276, 81*, no. 7, fig. 4 (dr.) (ed. pr.) (in Hebrew)
CIIP IV.1 (2018): 3178 (dr.)
On a natural rock wall at the eastern end of the mosaic pavement, above and to the right of Inscription no. 24.
The inscription consists of only two letters, and perhaps was not finished.
(too fragmentary for translation; see commentary for a possible interpretation)
It seems possible that the two letters are short for (Κύριε) ἐλέησον, i.e. "Lord, have mercy", one of the most common formulae in Christian inscriptions.
Invocation (?) – grafitto on a rock wall in the cistern near the monastery.