Inv.no.93.1281. 88 x 20 mm. Plate 22.
Archaeological data. Location: SG/NE (intervallum road). Period: 3.
A fragment containing two complete lines of a letter and a descender from a previous line. The final letter in the second line overruns the edge, which suggests that what we have is from the left-hand column; the general appearance of the fragment and the absence of any address on the back supports this.
The hand is interesting, with several ligatures. Word division is indicated and there is at least one example of the apex mark. e is narrow and tall, i can have a pronounced serif, and t in autem is taller than normal. The content too could well have been interesting, had more survived.
' (so that?) we may be able to attend to the festivities more lavishly thanks to you. But this \" '