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The third of the tomb steles found in the region of Lower Nubia, which belongs to the Archaeological Museum of Kraków. Similarly to the two remaining ones, the stele bears an inscription in the Old Nubian language. The inscription on the stele contains numerous grammar mistakes, mostly influenced by the Old Nubian language.

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The third of the tomb steles found in the region of Lower Nubia, which belongs to the Archaeological Museum of Kraków. Similarly to the two remaining ones, the stele bears an inscription in the Old Nubian language. The inscription on the stele contains numerous grammar mistakes, mostly influenced by the Old Nubian language. This refers to the name of the deceased, the form of which is different than it should be in Greek. Characteristic of the necropolis in Ginari are the two elements which appear at the end of the inscription: a cross and the quadruple repetition of the word “Amen.”

Elaborated by Krzysztof Babraj (Archaeological Museum in Kraków), © all rights reserved

See also other steles from Ginari Tafah in our collection:
Tomb stele from Ginari Tafah

Tomb stele from Ginari Tafah 2

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Tomb stele from Ginari Tafah 3

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