Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 3.1884-1885

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THE WOLFE EXPEDITION

The cemetery is strewn with all sorts of ancient stones, both
architectural and funereal, showing that a large village or town was
situated here. Among these stones are many window-supports from
Christian churches. An uninscribed Roman milestone must also be
mentioned.

No. 298.

Aktchelar. Sarcophagus in the cemetery. Copy.

[ALOjjLiyjSovs? ev)(rjv.

No. 299.

Aktchelar. In the zvall of the Djami. Copy.
From Aktchelar we go up the valley of Kizildje Tchai to Kavak.

No. 300.

Kavak, about three hours northward of Seidi Shehir.
White marble slab in the cemetery. Copy.

M•ANTONIVSLONGUS-VETERANVS
LEG- XTT • F • BENES-CONSVLAR- IVM /|§
PpA-VXORIKARISSIMAE-M-C-S

M. Antonius Longus veteranus

leg(ionis) XII F(ulminatae) bene[f](iciarius) consular(is) IVM
[ba] uxori karissimae m(emoriae) c(ausa).

The name of the woman is doubtful; it probably ends in BA,
which would be the dative of the Greek form by error for the
Latin BAE.
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