The first trace is compatible with ạ, suggesting karr]ạ; but it is very hard to read what follows as ẹx̣[.
Comparison with 583.5 suggests that this should be c̣um and the slight trace permits c.
A high trace which suggests either k (K(alendas/-is), or s (e.g. Nona]s).
It seems clear that this should be read as e]x̣onẹra[-, though x̣ is far from obvious from the traces. This is important because it provides the basis for reading a after exoner in lines 4 and 7 in 583 and 584.
We assume that r was preceded by a horizontal stroke, as in 583.5, 8, 584.5,
8. The remaining two-thirds of the tablet is blank which suggests the end of the account.
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