TYRE0001 Tyre, Late Roman/Early Byzantine. Amulet. Apotropaic.



TYRE0001

ΕΝΤΩΟΝΟΜΑΤΙ
ΤΟΥΘΥΚΑΙΙΗΥΧΥ
ΚΑΙΠΝCΑΓΙΟΥ
ΡΑΒΑCΚΑΝΟΜΚΑ
ΛΟΥΛΑΑΜΡΙΚΤΟ
ΡΑΘΗΝΑΘΑΒΑΘΑ
ΡΟΥΡΑΚΕΠΕΥΖΙΜΕ
ΩΙΤΟΜΞΓΑΟΝΟΜΑ
ΙΑΩΑΠΟCΤΡΕΨΟΝΤΗ
ΝΕΠΙΦΕΙΟΜΕΝΗΝΟ
ΦΘΑΛΜΙΞΝΚΑΙΜΗ
ΤΙΕΑCΗCΟΦΘΑΛΜ
ΝΕΝΡC
Ἐν τῷ ὀνόματι
τοῦ θεοῦ καὶ Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ
καὶ πνεύματος ἁγίου,
ραβα σκανομκα
λουλα αμρικτο
ραθην αθαβαθα
ρουρακ, ἐπεύχομέ
σοι, τὸ μέγα ὄνομα
Ἰάω, ἀπόστρεψον τὴ-
ν ἐπισφερομένην ὀ-
φθαλμίαν καὶ μη[κέ]-
τι ἐάσῃς ὀφθαλμ[ίας]
τιω᾽ἐνβο[λὴν] [γένεσθαι].
In the name of God and Jesus Christ and Holy Spirit, Raba Skanomka loula amriktorathena thabytharorak, I pray to you, O great name of Iao: turn aside the afflicting ophthalmia and no longer permit any onset of ophthalmia to occur.

Greek

H: —; W: —; D: —.

132 CE to 638 CE

Tyre, Lebanon.
no provenance

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('IIP-1076', 'insc', '53')

('IIP-1076', 'insc', '53')

('IIP-1076', 'insc', '53')

    IIP-1076 insc. 53 )



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