Inv.no.94.1594. 21 x 45 mm. Plate 1.
Archaeological data. Location: LXXIV. Period: 4.
This tablet consists of two joining fragments, complete at the top and the left. The precise nature of the text is unclear. It appears to begin with a consular date, probably AD 107 (see line 1, note). If this is correct, we have lost well over half the line length at the right since the cognomen of the first consul and the name of the second consul will have followed. Line 2, which we have not been able to read satisfactorily, may be a heading which would give us a clue as to the nature of the text. There follows a list of names, presumably all in the nominative (see line 3, note), except for line 7 which may contain some kind of a sub-heading. This suggests that we are perhaps dealing with some kind of an official list rather than an account. The hand has no particularly noteworthy characteristics – it is not unlike that of 601 and 190. The back is blank.