Tablet 494

description

Inv.no.87.792.
Three joining fragments which contain the remains of three lines, presumably from the right-hand side of a letter since what survives on the back looks like part of an address. The writing has for the most part faded completely and only a few letters survive at the left.
The back may well be in address script.

edition

Front:
traces
]ṣhọ traces
]eṛịṣ n
Back:
ẹṣsị .. [ n

commentary

3. (less likely is ual]eạs .[).

4. We can only read C̣eṣsiọ if we suppose that o is represented by a mere dot; if this is right, the cognomen after this may begin F̣ịṇ[.

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