VC·1.1

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Inscription
Reading in transliteration: finis / campo·quem / dedit·acisius / argantocomater / ecus·comunem / deis·et·hominib / us·ita·uti·lapid(es) / IIII·statuti·sunt
Reading in original script: FINIS
  CAM͡PO·QV͡EM
  DEDIT·ACISIVS
  ARGAN͡TOCOM͡A͡TER
  ECVS·COMVN͡EM
  DEIS·ET·HOMINIB
  VS·ITA·VTI·LAPID
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Object: VC·1 Vercelli (boundary stone)
(Inscriptions: VC·1.1, VC·1.2)
Position: front, upper area"upper area" is not in the list (front, back, left-hand side, right-hand side, centre, top, bottom, neck, shoulder, foot, ...) of allowed values for the "position" property.
Orientation:
Direction of writing: dextroverse
Script: Latin script
Number of letters: 92
Number of words: 17
Number of lines: 8
Workmanship: unknown
Condition: damaged

Archaeological culture: Late Republican [from object]
Date of inscription: shortly before the middle of 1st century BC [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: Latin
Syntactic analysis: -
Meaning: -

Alternative sigla: Tibiletti Bruno 1981: 34
Solinas 1995: 141 a
Morandi 2004: 100 1-8

Sources: Morandi 2004: 589-590 & 588 (fig. 14.100) & 791 (pl. XIV)
Solinas 1995: 381-382

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Bibliography

Baldacci 1978 Paolo Baldacci, "Una bilingue latino-gallica di Vercelli", Atti dell'Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei 32 (1977 [1978]), 335–347.