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Can someone help translate this seal script (I think)?

Chinese Language Asked by Joseph Tiller on January 6, 2022

I was told the symbols on this table was seal script. I’m having trouble confirming/translating them. Any help/advice?

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朙(明)⿰古久(故)朙威將

軍錦衣䘙(衛)⿰扌⿱刀甘(指)

揮僉事𨞀(鄭)公

曁配𢙄(恭)人先

鐂(鎦)氏繼楊氏

合𦸟(葬)⿵𦶛土(墓)誌銘

Epitaph of joint grave of Grand Ming general of the Embroidered Uniform Guard, Sir, together with honoured first lady Madame 鎦 [passed away first] and second lady Madame 楊.

(The word choice in this translation might be inappropriate, it's very difficult to translate ancient titles across from Chinese)

Answered by dROOOze on January 6, 2022

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