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Johannes Gosch, the Dutch consul in Turkey ...

Latin Text:

Dn?s IOANNES GOSCH apud Chalybonenses ripublicæ Batavorum consul, dedit SIGILLVM ÆNEVM MACARII Patriarchæ Antiocheni; a rustico quodam juxta Antiochi? ad Taurum montem, nuper repertum. Epigraphe sic se habet. +???????? ???? ???? ?????????? ??? ??????? ?? ?????? ?????????? ??? ????? ????????. C.V.C. 894.b.

Translation:

Johannes Gosch, the Dutch consul in Turkey, gave a brass seal belonging to Makarios, the Patriarch of Antioch, recently discovered by a peasant in the Taurus mountains near Antioch. It's inscription runs: 'Makarios by the mercy of God patriarch of the great city Antioch and of all Anatolia'. See the Vice-Chancellor's Catalogue, no. 894b.

Location:Not listed in the 1836 catalogue. The present location of this object is unknown.

Year:MDCCI (1701);  Page Number:19 (recto)

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