Date: Thu May 15 1997 - 13:29:12 EDT

This is not a NT question but doubtless someone will know the answer
instantly. I seem to recall that in the tomb of Mausolus (king of Caria) in
Halicarnassus there is an inscription which, in English, means "God does not
exist here". Here's what I am wondering

1) Does the inscription exist at all?

2) Does it translate to the above meaning?

3) What it originally Greek or Latin (or something else)?

4) What was the phrase?

5) Where might I find a photo or drawing of it?

Thanx if anyone knows.

D. Jambor

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