First published in Casini et al. 2014: 191 (no. 27).
Images in Casini et al. 2014: 188, fig. 9 (photo [anio to ek[ ]) and 189, fig. 10 (drawing).
Length 77 cm. The inscription, applied in a sigle line, is disturbed by three lacunae, each of roughly five letters. The publishers seem confident about the double separator, and put a space between oisenu and e[. in katutiniois is given as in the drawing, though we suspect that the upper bar is not relevant, and sigma has the same shape here as in the other instances in the inscription.
The text – by far the longest one in the Cisalpine Celtic corpus – is largely obscure. Two individual names can be found in the nominative piuos, which is likely to be a different stem form of the well-attested PN piuon-, and probably the genitive iknoiso; recognisable Celtic endings, apart from -oiso, are the nominative plural -oi (twice) and, arguably, -s and -i. It can not at this point be excluded that the inscription consists of a list of names like NO·21.1, the now second longest text.
|Casini et al. 2014||Stefania Casini, Angelo E. Fossati, Filippo Motta, "Nuove iscrizioni in alfabeto di Lugano sul masso Camisana 1 di Carona (Bergamo)", Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi 22 (2014), 179–203.|