Tablet 732

description

Inv.no.92.1146. Plate 24.
Two non-joining fragments; the type of document on each side is unclear.

edition

A.a:
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assiciaṛị n
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5 .
B.a:
]. ṣuiṣụaṣ
] . aḷṇịari .. uacat n
]. tue.. ḅṣṭ. i
] traces
5 .
B.b:
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commentary

A.a.3. We could read c̣ḷassiciaṛị.[ or c̣ḷassiciaṇị[ or c̣ḷassici a..[ and see this as a reference to personnel of the classis Britannica. classicus is the normal form of the word used to refer to naval personnel; we find no support for the form classiciarius (although classiarius is well attested); for classicianus, the only support would be CIL VII 30, as understood in TLL III 1278 (where citations for the various adjectival forms can be found).

B.a.2. Perhaps ḅalniariụṣ; the rest of the line was left blank. The word may occur in 197.2-3; for the spelling cf. balniator in 181.8.

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