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Attestation: BG·3 (at), CO·78 (at), VA·11 (at?), VA·14 (ạt) (4)
Language: perhaps Celtic
Word Type: prob. proper noun
Semantic Field: prob. personal name

Grammatical Categories: indeterminable

Morphemic Analysis: unknown
Phonemic Analysis: unknown
Meaning: abbreviation (?)


Attested three times on ceramics with similar datings, twice (BG·3, VA·14) with the same form of alpha – possibly a manufacturer's mark, possibly an abbreviation of a personal name in at- (cf. ateknati, atepu, atilonei, ateratos, atepa, ateuloipitus, atios, atecua/atekua, atbiti, atlatu, atiaki, ateporix, atis).

Corinna Salomon