Tablet 718

description

Inv.no.92.1124. (a) 57 x 37 mm. (b) 57 x 34 mm.
Archaeological data. Location: N. Period: 6A.
Two large fragments and one small scrap. It is not clear whether the large fragments should be placed side by side or one above the other. Since there is part of an address on the back of (b), this was no doubt from the right-hand column of a letter.

edition

a: n
. . . . . . . .
traces
] ....... d.. [
] ... ẹ ni.. con[
traces of 3 lines
. . . . . . . .
n b:
. . . . . . . .
] traces eta. [
] rar. et peto [
] ..arno qui [
] . eṃ . eṇum [
5 ] ẹṣ quạ .... [
. . . . . . . .
Back:
. . . . . . . .
] traces n
] traces n
] .. c̣o f̣ạb- n
] ..

commentary

a. The lines may be complete at the left.

b. Again, the lines may be complete at the left.

Back.1-2. The feet of letters surviving in line 1 might represent C̣ẹṛ[i]ạḷị but this is so dubious that we have not included this text in his correspondence. What may be ink in a line below is certainly not part of praef coh.

Back.3. Written on the slant and therefore part of the name of the sender. f̣ab (if correctly read and is uncertain) may be part of a name or a trade; a possible medial point following would support the latter.

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