Think back to mid-March. Ages ago, I know. I asked if anyone could identify the following object.
It is believed to be a theatre token. The token is lathe-carved bone. On one side there is a depiction of the city's skyline which, some believe, echoes mosaic depictions of Ashkelon. On the other side is a Greek word, Phamoles, which may be the name of a prominent family in the city. Above the name is the Roman numeral VIII, while below it is the Greek letter eta. It is thought the letter and number may designate the section of Ashkelon's theater reserved for the family.
All of that leads to another question. Which theater was the token for?
Casey's correct identification of April 26th's WWWW. And, the five reasons you want to excavate in Grid 47.