Tablet 152

description

Inv.no.39, Tab.Vindol.I 47, Plate X, 3. CEL 114.
This fragment of text can now be recognised, perhaps surprisingly in view of the elegance of the hand (see Thomas (1976), 41), as a report of this type.

edition


. . . . . . . .
bunt et inpẹ[dimenta] n
ṛẹ[n]ụṇtiauit ạ. [ n
. . . . . . . .

commentary

1. inpo[, ed. pr. The last letter is a mere trace at the broken edge. There is no doubt about then, however, and this form is paralleled in 127.4, 145.2-3, 146.1.

2. a.: presumably the beginning of the name of the optio. The first letter might alternatively be d. C]an[didus (cf. 148) does not seem possible.

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