Inv.no.93.1478b. 81 x 30 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: SG (bonfire site). Period: 3.
This fragment of an account is complete at the left, where there is a v-shaped notch, and probably at the top. The surviving text presumably belongs to the left-hand column of an account written along the grain of the wood. It may be the work of the same hand as 597, one which uses interpunct with some regularity (see 597, introduction); and the couinnus pensilis, which probably occurs in line 5, is also to be found in 597 and 598. On the syntax see Adams (2003).
' the residue to Taurinus of bronze, by weight 5+ pounds lanterns repaired, belonging to M (?) and nails, number nn for a suspended chariot '