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iAph130101 [edit]

Funerary inscription for Aurelia Tate, also called Epithymia [edit]

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Creative Commons licence Attribution 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/). All reuse or distribution of this work must contain somewhere a link back to the URL http://insaph.kcl.ac.uk/
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The sarcophagus and the area around it is the property of Aurelia Tate, also called Epithymia, in which sarcophagus Aurelius Aquilinos son of Polychronios and grandson of Kladaios who was her husband has been buried, and there shall be buried Aurelia Tate, also called Epithymia and Aurelius Aquilinos son of Aquilinos, her son and Aurelia Apphia daughter of Apollonios, her daughter. No-one else shall have the right to bury anyone in the sarcophagus or to take anyone out of it, since whoever dares to do such a thing is to be sacrilegious, accursed and a tomb-breaker, and in addition to pay as moneys sacred to Aphrodite 3000 denarii, of which the third part will belong to the prosecutor. A copy of the inscription was placed in the Record office in the seventh year of Hypsikles, son of Adrastos Hierax, month of Panemos.
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