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Reading in transliteration: ka
Reading in original script: K dA d

Object: VR·32 Verona (plate)
Position: bottom
Orientation: 180°
Direction of writing: dextroverse
Script: North Italic script
Letter height: 2.3 cm0.906 in <br />
Number of letters: 2
Number of lines: 1
Workmanship: scratched after firing
Condition: complete

Archaeological culture: La Tène D [from object]
Date of inscription: 150–50 BC [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: perhaps Celtic
Meaning: abbreviation (?)

Alternative sigla: none

Sources: Marchesini & Stifter 2018: 154 (no. 9)


First published in Solinas 2016: 378 (no. 9).

Images in Solinas 2016: tav. LVI d (photo); Marchesini & Stifter 2018: fig. 4.5.9 (photos and drawing).

Length of inscription 2.3 cm, well preserved.

The two letters may represent an abbreviation of VR·31 kasilus attested at the same necropolis (cf. VR·27 es) or of any other name in ka- (Marchesini & Stifter 2018: 149), or a mark of some kind (Solinas).

Corinna Salomon