Limestone stela; pediment at the top; panel of Greek text naming Moyses; cross below.
Description in Hall:
One akroterion broken off; gable contains two vine leaves. Panel with inscription, the name of the deceased: below this a cross pattée and two palm branches, signifying that he was martyred for the faith. Below this a rectangular panel containing a large cross with a P-loop on the right of the upper arm, forming the 'crux monogrammatica': in each of the four spaces between the arms is a simple incised cross; in two upper spaces α and ω also.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 65 centimetres (case)
- Width: 40.2 centimetres (case)
fair - 2 (18)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- I.Brit.Mus.Copt. I 94:3 (text edition abbreviation according to Oates et al 2001)
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Object reference number: YCA55868
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