Obv. Reaper in cap, leggings, and kilted tunic, stooping to r. to cut stalks of grain, of which only one and the lower part of a second remain, the others lost with a broad splinter which has broken away from the right side. Tree behind. A plant of some kind, perhaps meant for a stubble, in front. Traces of ouroboros at top and bottom. Very crude; the man's stoop has become a deformity. Style like preceding.
, to be read (ἰ)σχίων θεραπεία, “
cure for the hips,” an inscription which gives the fragment some importance as confirming the interpretation of this type adopted above (p. 73).
Haematite. Upright oval, 37 Χ 15 Χ 5. Narrow splinter lost from l. side, broader piece from r.
Previously published by H. Seyrig, Berytus, 2, 50.