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The first part apparently contains a number of proper names, the greater part of which are not Roman. The second part is inexplicable unless one accepts that BINU can be identified with vinum, in which case the numbers may indicate measures or cost (cf. Dura-Europos Nos. 64; 65).
A graffito was engraved on the front of the base supporting the cult niche, just above the male herm 126a, 3rd century CE. Currently