Tablet 693

description

Inv.no.92.1197b. Three fragments, the largest 69 x 48 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: N. Period: 3.
One substantial fragment of a letter and two small scraps. There is at least one example of apex in line 4. There may be faint traces of an address on the back.

edition


. . . . . . . .
traces (?) n n
] ụr cui illạs ṇị .. [
] ..et ilḷas et uide .. [ n
] . diligénter illórum [ n
5 ] .m agas . be .. am .. ḷ ... [
] mu .. e ṛẹ .cu traces [ n
] ṣ a ṇ .m traces [
. . . . . . . .

commentary

1. We think the apparent letter between r and cui in line 2 is really the tail of an r from line

1. There may be another descender visible at the right.

3. uide f̣ṛ[ater may be possible.

4. There is a diagonal stroke over the n which we have taken as intended for an apex over the preceding e, though this is rather unexpected.

6. An insertion between lines 5 and 7.

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