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Yailenko V.P. (2017)
Publisher: NvSU
Journal: Materialy po Arheologii i Istorii Antičnogo i Srednevekovogo Kryma
Languages: Bulgarian
Types: Article
Subjects: Artezian, inscriptions, textual criticism, commentary, Archaeology, CC1-960
The author has critically revised the published by A. V. Belousov inscriptions from Fortress Artezian in East Crimea — graffito on ceramic fragment and epitaph. He reveals the editor’s mistakes and gives an adequate text and commentary. Recto, ll. 1-2: scribe’s name Salas and full alphabet. Ll. 3-6: [? Δολ]ηι χαίριν, | χαίριν | [ Ἀπ]άτουρος, | [κα]λὸς Δολης, δ[οι]οι (? sc. καλοί) «[? “regards to Doles, heil Apaturos, Doles is beautiful; (?) both are beautiful”. Tergo, ll. 1-2: ἐλήκασα, {μη} οὐδ᾽ | ὁ Δολης «“It is me, who defloravit, but not this Doles”. Epitaph: Σωστιβι Διωνυσίου καὶ ὑοὶ Δισακὸς καὶ Παδαφου, χαιρετε “Sostibios, Dionysios’ son, and the sons Disakos and Padaphous, farewell”. The names Σωστιβιος and Παδαφους are Anatolian, Δισακός = = Greek Διψακός. A date of both inscriptions is I or II Century AD.
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