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IOSPE V 93
(6/2/3/05093) Demonstrative inscription

Site (nom antique): Cherson  Site (nom moderne) : .

Localisation: Russie.

Support: Lid.

Matériau: Marbre (caract. : White fine-grained marble).

Description et état du monument: Circular lid of a vessel. On the top side is a relief cross (H. 0.4cm) in the center, and relief border along the edge (0.75cm). On the underside there is a concavity with a border. Broken along radial lines, leaving a segment of approximately 90 degrees.

Lieu de découverte: Sevastopol (Chersonesos).

Contexte local: North, block XXV, near the apse of a chapel, outside, layer 2.

Conditions de découverte: 1932, excavations of G.D. Belov.

Institution de conservation: National Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos.

Dimensions: 5,0.

Champ épigraphique: In corners between the arms of the cross.

Datation du texte: 0901/1000 Xth century C.E.

Style écriture: Lapidary, bouletée. Alpha with a loop, delta with projecting right hasta. Ligature nu-eta.

Hauteur max. lettres: 2,2–3,3.

Texte :

ΙΗΣΟΥΣ
ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ
ΝΗΚΑΙ.





ΤΗΣ
ΔΟΞΗΣ
ΚΑΙ

Ἰησοῦς
Χριστὸς
νηκᾷ.





τῆς
δόξης
καὶ

Type de texte: Liturgical inscription

Traduction: Jesus Christ is victorious. ... of glory and.

Remarques : On the formula, see Introduction IV.3.C.e. Apparently, Text 2 contained some liturgical formula. In order to fit it onto the surface, the cutter was forced to abbreviated the last two letters of the word δόξης. The object is most likely a lid of a liturgical vessel. Palaeographic features of the text are close to those of V 89 and can be dated to the Xth century. Since the chapel in whose vicinity the monument was found is dated to a later period (Belov 1941, 243, fig. 68), it is possible that this lid originates from the adjacent "Basilica of 1932.".



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URI:http://petrae.huma-num.fr/060200305093

Andrey Vinogradov - Translation : Irene Polinskaya - 2015-10-13 14:09:34