ECG048. Bolnisi “Lamazi Gora” V/VI centuries, fragment

Material: Tuff

Object type: Plaque

Dimensions: w 23 x h 21 x d 7 cm

Text: One line inscription. The inscription is embossed on the stone that has the figure of “Bolnisi Cross” on its upper part; the cross is embedded in a medallion with a frame like braided rope. The crossbars are simple. Three capital letter graphemes are preserved in the left corner below the frame. w 7,5 x h 3,5 cm

Letters: Engraved Asomtavruli inscription.

Date: VIII AD (lettering)

Findspot: Lamazi Gora, Bolnisi The monument was discovered by the archeological expedition of Ivane Javakhishvili Institute of History supervised by I. Grdzelishvili. The hill that the locals call “Lamazi Gora” (a beautiful hill) is located 800 meters from Bolnisi Sioni Cathedral to the north-west. During the excavations of the hill the ruins of three-church basilica was found in the middle of it. The territory of the monastery could have been 1000 sq m. Up to ten stone crosses with Asomtavruli inscriptions were found in this territory. The monument was discovered in 1959.

Original location: Lamazi Gora, Bolnisi

Current repository: Unknown

Last recorded location(s): National Museum of Georgia 1256

Summary: Fragment

Editor(s): Nodar Shoshiashvili

Changes history: 2019-10-29 Eka Kvirkvelia ტექსტის სრული კოდირება, მეტამონაცემების სრული კოდირება, ბმულებით დაკავშირება ავტორიტეტულ წყაროსთან

Publication details: Ilia State University, Institute of Linguistic Studies; დოკუმენტი ვრცელდება Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 ლიცენზიით.

Interpretive

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Diplomatic

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apparatus

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