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Location

SUSI0001

Galilee. Hippos (Susita). Second or third century CE. Niche. Dedication.

Transcription

Θεῷ Δουσάρει

Translation

[to the god] Dusares.

Diplomatic

ΔΟΥϹΑΡΕΙ

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Notes
Inscription is incomplete, with oval-lunar-shaped letters, on a fragment of a niche, and dedicated to Dusares (also Dushara), the supreme deity of the Nabataeans, a people of north-western Arabian origins.

Languages

Greek

Dimensions

H: —; W: —; D: —

Date

100 CE to 299 CE

Current location

same

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

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Source of transcription

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Source of translation

No bibliography available for translation.

Other sources

  • Gregg, Robert C., and Dan Urman. Jews, Pagans, and Christians in the Golan Heights: Greek and Other Inscriptions of the Roman and Byzantine Eras. South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism 140. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996.
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