lieight, 0.67 m. Photograph and copy. On one side is
inscription A, of which I have copy and impression.1
B A C C I N T A
0 P £ TT T A
On the other side is inscription B.
KG ANTUJN ION K 6 ATT I Apf^l A A 6 ffftfY C K 6 A f T A^
KIAICTP6A<HAO N^^l^TOY A N A P OCA 0 N|f^|
['H Sei^a dvecrTTjcre tov Select]
we 'XvTOiviov Ke 'Xttlo)lVov\ d8e[X(^ojvs xk *AltItCcJXop
KtA.to"T/De'a <$>l\ov tov dvSpb?
An inscription similar to has been published in the Bulletin tie
Correspondence Hcllinique, 1SS3, p. 314, but it must be a duplicate
of this one, else inscription A would have been published there also.
Concerning the town Kilistra, see Bulletin as cited, and Papers
of the American School at Athens, Vol. III. p. 159.
1 Ligatures occur: in A, line 2, NT, KC. In B, line 1, KB ter, NKC ; line 3,
NH. In B, line 2 end, AON belongs to end of line 1.