This article presents editions of two previously unpublished Greek inscriptions found at Karanis and currently stored at the Kom Aushim Magazine. One inscription is a Christian funerary stele and the other is a dedicatory inscription from the early Roman period.
Karanis; Epigraphy; Greek; Christianity; Cemetery; Dedicatory Inscription
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