This lime plaster block with a bilingual funerary inscription was discovered in 2015, reused inside an underground tomb chamber. Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). Made of 140 pictures with ReCap pro from AutoDesk.
“This is (?) the memorial of ?Amud,son of Gurr, which his son ?Amud,son of ?Amud, built over him year 90 (or 97).”
“Memorial and tomb of ?Amud,son of Gurr, son of ?Ali,inspector of the king of Oman, which built over him his son ?Amud,son of ?Amud,son of Gurr, inspector of the [king of Oman…]”
It was probably part of the facade of the funerary monument on top of the tomb. The 5 lines of the central panel are written in monumental South Arabian script; the text along the rim repeats most of it in Aramaic and adds a date. 90 or possibly 97 of the Seleucid Era places the construction of the tomb in either 222/221 or 215/214 BCE.