Tablet 665

description 106 x 22 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: SG/NE. Period: 4? .
Five lines of a letter, written along the grain but sloping downwards. The writing is complete at left, with a substantial margin, and probably complete at right. Since the back is blank, we are likely to have a left-hand column. Written in a practised hand, which has a pronounced slope to the right.


. . . . . . . .
quoḍ P̣rịsciṇum n(ostrum) ịṇ-
n ṃansisse
scrịpsisti mihi t.....[
. . . . . . . .


' because you wrote to me that our Priscinus had remained rather inconveniently(?) '


2. No doubt this is the Priscinus whose correspondence is preserved in 295-298 and 636-638; see also 663. n(ostrum): the abbreviation is indicated by a superscript bar over n (cf. Tab.Vindol.II, p.54) and a medial point following. The reading to the right of this is uncertain and there may have been more than just two letters. We have also considered ịạṃ.

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