Funerary monument of Ploutarchos

AIUK 4.6 (BM, Funerary Monuments) no. 77 Date: iv-v AD
This is the grave of the prudent (saophronos) Ploutarchos, who came to Ausonia longing for toilsome renown (kudeos). There, far away from his homeland he underwent a succession of labours, although he was an only child dear to his own parents. (5)But, despite his very eager desire, he did not fulfil his yearning, for a Fate of an unkind death overtook him before that. (trans. Sironen, adapted)[1]