Tablet 694

description

Inv.no.93.1277. 142 x 22 mm. Plate 24.
Archaeological data. Location: SG/NW. Period: 3?.
A substantial portion of the width of the diptych survives, but the beginnings of the lines in column i and the ends of those in column ii are lost, and the fragments are incomplete at top and bottom. The writing is severely abraded, especially in the single line written vertically between the two columns. r in the capital form is noteworthy.

edition

i:
. . . . . . . .
traces
] uobis ........ stụ-
] . ạṃ mittere Vic- n
. . . . . . . .
ii:
. . . . . . . .
... ẹ rt [.] . ạ et f̣atuạ [ n
eṭ . ri ... ṛogo caṇ . [
recịtes .. ạlico et ṣ . [ n
. . . . . . . .
Margin:
traces of 1 line

commentary

i.3. For persons named Victor occurring in the tablets see 670.i.1 note. Other names are of course possible. Also possible would be uic|[toriatos, cf. 323.

ii.1. Perhaps the personal name Fatua.

ii.3. This might refer to reading the letter out loud, for which cf. 661. Ịṭạlico is possible; for the name cf. 647.4 note.

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