Ossuary with Hebrew and Greek inscriptions for Yehuda and Ioulia from Jerusalem (JLM0058)

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Title

Ossuary with Hebrew and Greek inscriptions for Yehuda and Ioulia from Jerusalem (JLM0058)

Description

Limestone ossuary with rosettes and zigzag decoration, and three inscriptions in Hebrew and Greek for Yehuda (perhaps identified as "the captive") and Ioulia (perhaps identified as originally from Asia). Now in Jerusalem. Dated to the 1st c. BCE/CE.

Source

Publisher

CIIP1: 545

Format

Limestone

Language

Identifier

JLM0058

Sarcophagus or Ossuary Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

H 27cm
W 58cm
D 22.5cm

Decoration

Three rosettes within a zigzag frame on facade, and three inscriptions incised on facade (a), on the left short side (b), and on the right short side (c).

Language

Diplomatic

(a) יוהדהשבאה
(b) ΙΟΥΔΙ/Α
(c) ΙΟΥΛΙΑ
ΑΣΙΑΝΗ

Edition

(a) y˹hw˺dh šbʾh
(b) Ιουδι/α
(c) Ιουλια | Ασιανη

Translation

(a) Yehuda the captive (?)
(b) Ioudi/a
(c) Ioulia from Asia (?)

Diplomatic Constituted From

CIIP1

Edition Constituted From

CIIP1

Translation Constituted From

CIIP1

Current Location (if known)

SBF Museum, Jerusalem, inv. no. SF 7602

Name 1

Role 1

Name 2

Role 2

Selected Bibliography

CIIP1=Corpus Inscriptionum Iudaeae/Palaestinae, volume I: Jerusalem: a multi-lingual corpus of the inscriptions from Alexander to Muhammad, Ameling et. al. Berlin: De Gruyter. 2014. pp.559-560, no.545.

Citation

“Ossuary with Hebrew and Greek inscriptions for Yehuda and Ioulia from Jerusalem (JLM0058),” WIRE: Women in the Roman East Project, accessed December 10, 2018, http://wireproject.org/items/show/681.

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