SEG 40 (1990): 1485
CIIP IV.1 (2018): 3131 (ph.)
Engraved on a marble fragment, found blocking together with other stones the entrance to the western burial chamber in 1976.
Large white marble fragment of a chancel screen (?). The original text of the inscription (a) was later written over to give another personal name (b). Small overhanging omega in the second name.
(a) [--]Υ̣ΕΟΣ Πέτρου ΟΣΙ[--]
(b) [--]Υ̣ΕΟΣ Θεωδούλου ΟΣΙ[--]
(a) … of Petrus …
(b) … of Theodulus …
"The first letter was read as upsilon by Meimaris; if instead we read a psi, something like [ὑπὲρ ἀναλήμ]ψεος becomes possible." (CIIP)
Fragmentary dedicatory (?) inscription of Petrus, reused for Theodulus, on a large piece of white marble, found blocking the entrance to the western burial chamber.