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Funerary inscription for Marcus Aurelius Zotikos son of Dionysios 
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The sarcophagus and the plot on which it stands belong to Marcus Aurelius Zotikos son of Dionysios, in which sarcophagus shall be buried Zotikos himself, the aforementioned, and Aurelia Tatia his wife; but no one else shall have the right to bury anyone in it or remove any of the aforementioned, since he is to be (considered) sacrilegious and accursed and a tomb-breaker and in addition shall pay to the goddess Aphrodite 2500 silver denarii, and to the worshipful company of builders 1000 denarii, of which one third shall belong to the prosecutor. A copy of the inscription was deposited in the property-archive in the second stephanephorate of Zenon son of Mylleas, month Caesareon.
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