Description & Technical information
Period: 1st Century B.C - 1st Century A.D
Origin: South Arabia
Provenance: Said to be from Beihan, Yemen.
Private Collection of E. F. Stonehouse, UK. Accompanied by copies of letters discussing the inscription from A. F. L. Beeston, dated 17th May 1968 and T. C. Mitchell, Keeper of Western Asiatic Antiquities at the British Museum, dated 3rd May 1972, as well as a letter from Stonehouse describing where and when the stone was found. Acquired in Beihan in 1960.
Thence by descent.
UK Art Market, 2021.
This inscription has been registered with DASI’s Corpus of Qatabanic Inscriptions
Categories: Classical & Egyptian antiquities, Sculpture
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