The CBd
Bonner, SMA on CBd-1346
Seyrig 33
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.
Rev. .χινθεραπια, 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.
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