Palymyra Funerary Relief

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Geoffrey Marchal
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published on 03 July 2018
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Funerary relief, 1st - 2nd century CE, Palmyra, Limestone. Musée du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Funerary plaque depicting a bearded man from one of the funerary towers of Palmyra, caravan city of Queen Zenobia. The deceased is identified by the inscription: “Zabd’atch, son of Yamlikou, (son of) Nes (é?). Alas!”

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