|Findspot (DEChriM ID)||15 (al-Baǧawāt)||Class||Funerary element, Textual|
Cipriano 2003: 279: Mutilated inscription.
On the eastern façade, painted in red on the plaster inside the arch, only a few letters are legible, written in a hand similar to I.Oasis p. 69 no. 11a.
On the western façade of the same chapel: I.Oasis p. 69 no. 11a.
Inside the same chapel, see I.Oasis p. 69 no. 11a and I.Oasis p. 69 no. 13.
|Selection criteria||Archaeological context associated with Christian markers|
Form, content and position make this dipinto likely to be part of the original chapel. Dated 5th c. by Cipriano 2003: 278 but the architectural type of the chapel might indicate an earlier date.
|Absolute/relative date||Relative date|
Chapel no. 53, one of the oldest square domed type (type 4), opening south (Fakhry 1951: 125).
Al-Baǧawāt, in situ (Chapel no. 53).