Tablet 712

description (a) 52 x 28 mm. (b) 23 x 25 mm. (c) 39 x 25 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: SG (bonfire site). Period: 3.
Three fragments and two small scraps. (a) and (b) are blank on the back; (c) has a few letters in address script. This suggests that (a) and (b) are from a left-hand column and (c) from a right. On the front of (c) are four much abraded lines with only the occasional letter legible. (a) and (b) may well be complete at the foot and it is possible that (b) fits to the right of (a) 2-3, see the notes. One of the small scraps reads ]uer[ in a different hand and may well not belong.


. . . . . . . .
] . ffe.. bọ .... si c̣ur . [
] .em ạṇ .. ṛạ . ruṃ [
] traces ins. [
. . . . . . . .
] . penes ua. [ n
]blo · uacat n
] rịọ Ịṇ[
. . . . . . . .


b.1. It is possible that this fits to the right of a.2, with m broken between the fragments. If we are to look for a personal name after penes, neither Val- nor Var- seems possible; perhaps Van-.

b.2. If this fragment fits as suggested, we might have in a.3 + b.2 in sụ[m]blo (= in sumbolo) or in sṭ[a]blo (= in stabulo); but the alignment suggests that more than one letter was lost in the gap.

Back. E.g. Vale]rịọ with a cognomen to follow.

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