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Funerary inscription for Antonius Antiochos and Antonia Eiphianassa 
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[? The sarcophagus and the] burial places [? below it] belong to Antonius Antiochos and Antonia Eiphianassa [?his wife, ? in which sarcophagus is buried] Antonius Antiochos and there will also be buried Eiphianassa and Antonius Athen[agoras ? their son ? and name their grandson]; but no one else shall have the right to bury anyone (in it) except the aforenamed,[?or to remove] anyone [of those] buried or [to be buried] in it, since whoever dares such a thing will be considered accursed [and sacrilegious and a tomb]-breaker and in addition is to pay to the goddess Aphrodite 3500 silver denarii and for honours to (?statues of) [the Augusti] 3500 silver denarii, of which one third shall belong to the prosecutor; and none the less the provisions written upon it shall remain in force. A copy of the inscribed text was deposited in the property-archive in the stephanephorate of L. Antonius Claudius Diogenes Dometeinos, month 9. And in the burial places (below) shall be buried whomever Eiphianassa may ordain.
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