Inv.no.93.1484a. 45 x 24 mm. Plate 23
Archaeological data. Location: SG (bonfire site). Period: 3.
A mysterious fragment with writing along the grain on both sides. On Side A the tablet is complete at the left, with a large blank space of over 2 cm, before the start of four lines of writing; line 2 is in ecthesis. On Side B, written upside down with relation to Side A, we again have a blank at the left and the writing may well be complete at top and bottom. It contains a line written in capitals, with, above it, seven vertical stokes with curves at the foot, most of which look like l; possibly some sort of decoration rather than letters. One may perhaps compare 121, which also has letters written in capitals, but the "decoration", if such it is, is different in the two tablets. Below this there is a third line. The whole could be an address, see the notes, though this does not accord well with what can be deduced for Side A.