Well, it's been a VERY long time. I am back with a fun one (or I hope it will be a nice change from the usual epigraphy, tattoos, Bible passages, etc).
This is an inscription I have found on a "magical" gem. It is a fairly common type from the Roman period: one side bears an image (usually a god or some kind of protective device) and the other has a magical inscription. This one shows a herm on one side (no mystery here; they were thought to be apotropaic), the other side has an inscription on 3 lines:
ΛΑΡZΙΜ or ΛΑΡΞΙΜ
The first line is easy enough: "Eulamo" for Olam, the Hebrew phrase for "everlasting God" (I know of many gems with this inscription)
The next lines are another matter. "larzim" sounds like something that could be derived from Hebrew too? Or am I way off track?
"atha" could simply be the string of various vowels and sounds (basically non-sensical) used in incantations.