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Funerary text for Antiochos and Antonia 
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[The sarcophagus ..?.. is] [the property] of Antiochos, in which sarcophagus Antiochos shall be buried and Antonia Damokrateia his wife and Antiochos their son. No one else shall have the right to bury anyone in it or to remove any of the bodies placed in it since he who has undertaken anything of the kind is to be impious and accursed and a tomb-breaker and to pay the most powerful council 2500 denarii, a third of which shall belong to the prosecutor. In the subsidiary chambers there shall be buried those whom Antiochos and his son wish. A copy of this inscription was deposited in the property-archive when Diogenes son of T. Claudius Hermeias Dometinos was stephanephorus, in the third month.
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