lowed out into a trough on the reverse side. On one of the narrow
sides is a builder's mark, I.
HTTOAIZ H PQIZZA N
MOZ X El N A N A P I2TIH N 02
'H 7roXt? ypwcrcrav [Nlooyeivav Api(rrLtovo<;
" The city (erected this statue of the) heroine (i. e., demi-deified
lady) Moscheina, (daughter) of Aristion."
IV. —R. Part of marble block, hollowed out into a trough on the
inscribed side; found in same church. Height, 0.53 m.; length, 0.77m.;
thickness, 0.7 m.; height of letters, 0.03 m.
A N A P avSp-
E A iX-
T Y M E Tvp.(/3)[o-
K C /co-
Fragment of sepulchral distichs.
V. —T. Block of white marble, found in central apse of same church.
The upper right-hand corner and the lower end are gone. The front
is ornamented with a simple panel. The inscription is at the top.
Height, 1.16 m.; breadth, 0.4 m.; thickness, 0.16 m.
YE TONIC 'T? tov [to>v
KANKEAAC0NKOL icaviceWwv ko[<t-
M 0 N fiov
" Tor the adornment of the screen."
The first two letters are twice as high as the rest. The spelling for
et? would point to a date not earlier than the ninth century a. d.1
VI. —R. Marble slab, found in pavement of same church.
K A A A I KaUt-
VII. —T. Fragment of white marble, found in a heap of stones
near this church ; complete at top, surface chipped away to the extent
of three or four letters at left, broken oflP at right and below ; letters
very indistinct. Height, 0.26 m.; breadth at top, 0.26 m.; thickness,
1 Blass, Aussprache d. yn'ecA.W, p. 42, Note 10S».