|Reading in transliteration:||unknown|
|Reading in original script:||][|
|Object:||BG·14 Bergamo (pot)|
|Direction of writing:||unknown|
|Number of letters:||4|
|Workmanship:||scratched after firing|
|Archaeological culture:||unknown [from object]|
|Date of inscription:||5th–3th century BC [from object]|
|Sources:||Morandi 2004: 660 f.|
First published in Morandi 2004: 660 f. (no number).
Images in Morandi 2004: 656, fig. 25 (drawing) and tav. XXVII a (photo), Casini & Motta 2018: 123, fig. 4.8 (photo and drawing).
Incised before firing according to Morandi, but after firing according to Casini & Motta 2018: 122, no. 8. The -shape is more deeply incised than the other lines; the oblique scratch of is doubtful. The two vertical scratches are shortish and seem grouped together. A few other fine lines are visible (see the drawing in Casini & Motta). Morandi interprets the sequence as an indication of the vessel's measurement. Casini & Motta suggest that and could be letters or marks referring to the content of the vessel and a measurement, but the latter sequence does not make a number in any system. Possibly non- or pseudo-script.
|Casini & Motta 2018||Stefania Casini, Filippo Motta, "Iscrizioni vascolari celtiche a Bergamo", Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi 26 (2018), 115–128.|