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Location

BETH0100

Galilee. Beth Shearim. 200 CE to 350 CE. Arch near arcosolium. Funerary.

Transcription

Γερμανὸς Ἰσακίου Παλμυρηνοῦ

Translation

Germanus, son of Isaac , from Palmyra

Diplomatic

[no diplomatic]

Terminus post quem:
Terminus ante quem:
Notes
Catacomb 4, Hall C, room I, above arcosolium 1

Languages

Hebrew, Greek, Latin

Dimensions

H: 80 cm; W: 14 cm; D: —

Date

200 CE to 350 CE

Current location

No provenance provided.

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

No bibliography available for diplomatic transcription.

Source of transcription

No bibliography available for transcription.

Source of translation

No bibliography available for translation.

Other sources

  • Frey, Jean Baptiste. Corpus Inscriptionum Iudaicarum. Vol. II (Asie-Afrique). Roma: Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, 1952.
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  • Schwabe, Moshe. “Greek Inscriptions from Beth She’arim.” Bulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society 5, no. 3 (1937): 77–97.
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  • Flaceliere, J. “Bulletin Épigraphique.” Revue Des Études Grecques 52 (1939): 473–99.
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  • Schwabe, M., and B. Lifshitz. Beth She’arim. Vol. 2, The Greek Inscriptions. Massada Press on behalf of the Israel Exploration Society, 1974.
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