Inv.no.93.1340. 91 x 29 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: SG (rampart edge). Period: ? .
A fragment of a letter, broken at the top and (probably) at the foot. The column of writing is complete at left and right; presumably a left-hand column since the back is blank. There are several examples of interpunct, but as usual it is often unclear whether a dot is ink or not; there may well, therefore, be either more or fewer examples than indicated in the transcript. The hand is a practised, right-sloping cursive. Note the squat form of l with a noticeable serif at the top, and the elongated initial i in iussus (both line 3).
' were in the case (?), one of whom he was ordered to deport from the province in chains. I am complaining (?) that Vindex '