CIIP IV.1 (2018): 3212 (ph.)
In the oval burial cave southwest of the summit with the painted frescos (see Inscription no. 2).
Stone, “cut off at the top, the bottom and on the right side” (Mader). Chiseled surface; the text looks almost like a graffito.
Meas.: h 26, w 35 cm.
τ⟨ο͂ν δ⟩ούλον σου ΜΝΧΑ
Remember, Lord, your servants …
L.2: ΤΟΥΛΟΝΣΟΥ = τ⟨ὸν δ⟩οῦλον Mader, τ⟨ο͂ν δ⟩ούλον CIIP; ΜΝΧ = μοναχοῦ Mader; ll.2-3: Ἀ|ν̣δράῳ Mader; l.3: “The ligature at the end of the third line is very doubtful; it is possible that by the three vertical and two horizontal strokes the letters ΜΝΗ of the word ΜΟΝΗΣ are intended” Mader, ☩ CIIP.
Mader therefore tentatively translated: "Remember, O Lord, thy servant, the monk Andrew (from the Monastery?)."
Invocation of the Lord on behalf of Andrew (?) the monk (?), chiseled on a stone found at the same burial cave.