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Reading in transliteration: ateriolaniakios
Reading in original script: S dO2 sI sK sA sI sN sA sL sO2 sI sR3 sE sT sA s

Object: BG·41 Carona (rock)
(Inscriptions: BG·41.1, BG·41.2, BG·41.3, BG·41.4, BG·41.5, BG·41.6, BG·41.7, BG·41.8, BG·41.9, BG·41.10, BG·41.11, BG·41.12, BG·41.13, BG·41.14, BG·41.15, BG·41.16, BG·41.17, BG·41.18, BG·41.19, BG·41.20, BG·41.21, BG·41.22, BG·41.23, BG·41.24, BG·41.25, BG·41.26, BG·41.27, BG·41.28, BG·41.29, BG·41.30)
Position: unknown
Direction of writing: sinistroverse
Script: North Italic Script"North Italic Script" is not in the list (Greek script, Etruscan script, Latin script, North Italic script, Camunic script, none, unknown) of allowed values for the "script" property.
Letter height: 4.6–6.5 cm1.811 in <br />2.559 in <br />
Number of letters: 15
Number of words: 2
Number of lines: 1
Workmanship: carved
Condition: complete

Archaeological culture: unknown [from object]
Date of inscription:

Type: unknown
Language: Celtic
Syntactic analysis: NP
Meaning: 'Aterio Laniakios'

Alternative sigla: none

Sources: Casini & Fossati 2013: 379 (no. 1)


First published in Casini et al. 2008: 94f. (no. 1).

Images in Casini et al. 2008: 83, fig. 10 (photo) and 11 (drawing).

Length 29 cm. The inscription consists in a two-part masculine name (individual name and patronym) in the nominative. Motta in Casini et al. 2008 segments ateriola niakios, but neither form has good comparanda.


Casini & Fossati 2013 Stefania Casini, Angelo Fossati, "Incisioni rupestri e iscrizioni preromane a Carona, Val Brembana (Bergamo)", Bulletin d'Études Prehistoriques et Archéologiques Alpines 24 (2013), 377–392.
Casini et al. 2008 Stefania Casini, Angelo Fossati, Filippo Motta, "Incisioni protostoriche e iscrizioni leponzie su roccia alle sorgenti del Brembo (Val Camisana di Carona, Bergamo). Note preliminari", Notizie Archeologice Bergomensi 16 (2008), 75–101.