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KAFR0012

Kafr Nafakh, c. 300 CE. Boundary Stone. Place Marker.

Transcription

Λίθον διορίζοντα Ραμαθανα κὲ Καφαρναφα ΑΘ

Translation

Stone marking the boundary (between the villages of) Ramathana and Kapharnapha

Diplomatic

ΔΙΘΟΝΔΙ ΟΡΖΟΝΤΑ ΡΑΜΑΘΑ ΝΑΚΕΚΑ ΦΑΡΝΑΦΑ ΑΘ

Terminus post quem:
Terminus ante quem:
Notes
The text is the standard short version of similar boundary stones

Languages

Greek

Dimensions

H: 100 cm; W: 30 cm; D: 20 cm

Date

296 CE to 297 CE

Current location

No provenance provided.

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

  • Syon, Danny, and Chaim Ben David. “A Boundary Stone from Kafr NafaḤ and the Preservation of Ancient Place Names in the Northern and Central Golan Heights.” ‘Atiqot, no. 110 (2023): 149–58.
    Zotero

Source of transcription

  • Syon, Danny, and Chaim Ben David. “A Boundary Stone from Kafr NafaḤ and the Preservation of Ancient Place Names in the Northern and Central Golan Heights.” ‘Atiqot, no. 110 (2023): 149–58.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Syon, Danny, and Chaim Ben David. “A Boundary Stone from Kafr NafaḤ and the Preservation of Ancient Place Names in the Northern and Central Golan Heights.” ‘Atiqot, no. 110 (2023): 149–58.
    Zotero
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