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Sarcophagus of [...] and his wife [...] daughter of Menandros 
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[? The sarcophagus belongs to name and his wife, adoptive daughter of name, son] of Phoibos, natural daughter of Menandros, second of the name after Agathopous Ma[ ..c. 10 ..] and their surviving children. No one else shall bury in the sarcophagus since whoever has acted contrary to this is to be considered sacrilegious, accursed and a tomb-breaker, and furthermore is to pay to the sacred treasury (at Rome) 3000 denarii, of which one third is to belong to the prosecutor. A copy of this inscribed text was deposited in the civic archive in the eleventh stephanephorate of Attalis, daughter of Menekrates, fifth month.
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