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Funerary inscription for Aemilius Aristeas 
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The sarcophagus is the property of Aemilius Aristeas, ceded to him by Flavius Antonius Pytheas and Flavius Antonius Diogenes, sons of Apollonios the high-priest, a transaction registered in the civic archive in the year of Diogenes Dometinos, month Gorpiaios. In this sarcophagus Carminia Philemation wife of Aristeas has been buried, and Aristeas and Aurelia Iasone will be buried; but no-one else shall have the right to place (a body) in it or to remove (a body) from it, since whoever acts in any way contrary to these provisions is to be (considered) sacrilegious and accursed and furthermore is to pay to the goddess Aphrodite 2500 denarii, of which one third is to belong to the prosecutor. A copy of this (text) was also deposited in the civic archive in the seventh stephanephorate of Diogenes Dometinos, in the month Claudieios.
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