201-202, fig. 9b (ph.) (ed. pr.)
In mosaic pavement in the "refectory" of the chapel.
Fragmentary three-line mosaic inscription written in red tesserae, 8-10 mm high, on a white background within tabula ansata.
[Ὑπὲρ εὐχῆς (?) κα]ὶ σωτηρίας
[τῶν φιλοχρ]ίστων καὶ
[εὐσεβῶ]ν (?) ἀρμιγέρων.
[For the prayer] and salvation of the Christ-loving and [pious] armigers.
Latin armiger, Greek ἀρμίγερος, used once by John Lydus (De magistratibus populo Romani) in a list of various types of military functions.
Fragmentary dedicatory mosaic inscription of armigers within a tabula ansata, in the "refectory" of the chapel.