Tablet 139

description 76 x 37 mm. Plate IV. Bowman and Thomas (1987), no.2C.
This fragmentary report is written in a good, regular hand. The serifs on i and the form of a in impe]dimenta are noteworthy; in the latter di may be a ligature.


. . . . . . . .
[ad] locum q(ui) ụidebunt n
[et impe]ḍimenta uacat
[renu]ṇṭiauịṭ [ n
. . . . . . . .


2. There is an apex-like mark over q which we take to indicate the abbreviation of qui (see above, p.75). This is the only clear example of a marked abbreviation of this word (cf. 145).

4. There is a mark at the left-hand edge which, if it is ink, may be an ascender from a line below.

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