radices occurs in 301.5 (see note).
The ink after et is badly smeared; ḷọrịc̣ạṣ is a remote possibility. Just before the edge of the tablets, perhaps ṣẹ (but lorica segmentata does not appear to be a classical expression). For possible evidence for repair or manufacture of weapons and equipment see 160 and cf. Bishop (1985).
si]ṇap̣e is a possible restoration, see 591.b.8, 588.i.4.
There is a gap after e which suggests that is begins a new word. Isurio (cf. 185.6, 23) is too short. Isp̣ạṇo is possible (ie. the personal name Hispanus which NPEL cites for Belgica/Germany).
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