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Funerary inscription for Marcus Aurelius Menandros and his wife's family 
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- - - ? in the sarcophagus there have been (or shall be) buried the owner ?and his wife and Apphion] his [daughter] and Marcus Aurelius Menandros, son of Athenagoras the son of Athenagoras who was fourth of the name from Menandros, the husband of Apphion; [but] no one else shall have the right to bury anyone in the sarcophagus or to remove the afore-named [or to alienate the tomb on the strength of either a civic decree] or of a Roman official's intervention, since whoever acts contrary to these provisions is to be (considered) [sacrilegious and] accursed and a tomb-breaker, and is to pay to the most sacred treasury (at Rome) six [thousand] silver denarii [of which] one third is to belong to the prosecutor.
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