Tablet 150

description

Inv.no.86.479. 54 x 17 mm.
This fragment is probably intact at the left-hand margin. The text must have been written in short lines and the hand is a crude one; the feet of t and p are noteworthy.

edition


  n
. . . . . . . .
ọmṇẹṣ aḍ ḷ[
q(ui) uidebun[t] et im-
pedimenta
n . [ n
5 ] .. [
. . . . . . . .

commentary

1. There is rather more space than we would expect between m and n in omnes, but despite the loss of the tops of all the letters we are reasonably confident of the reading.

3. It is not certain whether there is the trace of a letter at the right before the tablet breaks off (cf. 127.4 and note). Normally renuntiauit would begin a new line.

4. The traces are too uncertain to offer a reading.

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