Tablet 289

description 68 x 43 mm.
A fragment of the right-hand portion of a diptych containing five lines of the end of a letter and traces of an address on the back. The hand does not change in line 3 where the closure begins. The leaf is probably complete at the right and missing 3-4 letters at the left.


. . . . . . . .
] minoṛa sc̣ri n
]. er sụọṣ ṇotum n
] uoluị opto do-
[ min]e
frater ḅeṇ[e
5 [ual]ẹạṣ
F̣ḷạụịọ C̣ẹṛ[iali n
. . . . . . . .


' ... I wished to make it known (?). I pray, my lord and brother, that you are enjoying good health. (Back) To Flavius Cerialis (?) ... '


Front.1. The word division could come before or after a. After s we cannot rule out t or p (cf. the name Asper in 224.1).

Front.2. Before suos the most attractive reading is per, but prop]ter or in]ter is possible.

Back. The reading is plausible, but far from certain.

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