A paramone Text on a Family Funerary bomos at Burdur Museum

G. H R Horsley, R. A. Kearsley

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Accessed in late 1964 into Burdur Museum not long after the latter had been formally constituted, inv. no. 292 is the only inscribed monument there which bears the word paramone. This rectangular marble bomos with a phiale top, corner acroteria and a decorative moulding around its outer edge, carries relief decoration and text on all four faces. The monument warrants a little more discussion than can be allowed in the catalogue which we are preparing of the inscriptions in that Museum. No provenance is stated in the Museum Inventory register; we must settle on a general origin within the province of Pisidia.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)51-55
Number of pages5
JournalAnatolian Studies
Publication statusPublished - 1997


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