221, no. 4 (drs.) (ed. pr.)
SEG 62 (2012): 1685
Incised on a fragment of a mortar rim with rectangular stamp found in the debris. Probably belonged to the occupation phase of the site prior to the erection of the church.
Fragment of a mortar rim with a rectangular stamp, 4.7 cm long, and 2.8 cm wide. It belongs to the well-known class of Syrian mortaria, which widely circulated in the East during the third and early fourth century.
The impression is slightly disturbed at the end but it is possible to make out the curve of the sigma and the small, iota-like sign, which always appears in the stamp of Hermogenes’ workshop.
Stamp of Hermogenes on a mortar, found in the debris.