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Funerary inscription for Marcus Aurelius Alexandros and Aurelia Tatia [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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a. The sarcophagus is the property of Marcus Aurelius Alexandros, son of Hekataios the son of Dionysios the son of Zenon third from [son of Zenon son of Zenon son of] Hekataios Charmos, and of Aurelia Tatia, daughter of Alexandros, his wife; in which tomb there shall be buried Alexandros and Tatia the afore-mentioned, and Aurelii Alexandros and Alexandra the children of Alexandros son of Hekataios, their children; but no-one else will have a right to bury in it or to remove those named above. Since whoever dares to do anything of the kind is to be held sacrilegious, accursed and a tomb-breaker, and in addition is to pay to the goddess Aphrodite to provide her golden adornments 1500 silver denarii. A copy of this inscribed text was deposited in the Property-Archive when Hypsikles son of Adrastos Hierax was stephanephorus for the seventh time in the month Loos, which is the month of Hadrian.b. They are still living
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