Inv.no.93.1434. 91 x 44 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: Site II/W. Period: 4.
Four or five lines of the right-hand side of a diptych are preserved, but they are so badly abraded that not more than an occasional letter and no complete word can be read. The tablet contains a letter to a freedman of Flavius Genialis, the first time a freedman has been mentioned for certain in the tablets (but see the note to 616.A.1). In 301 we have a letter to Candidus, a slave of Genialis. On the name of the freedman see Back 1 note.
'To Gentilis(?), freedman of Flavius Genialis, prefect of the cohort '