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Reading in transliteration: mationa[
Reading in original script: ]A17 sN2 sO sI sT sA17 sM2 s
Variant reading: different completions: mationa(i), mationa(lui), mationa(lai)

Object: TI·30 Aranno (stela)
Position: front
Frame: ?top and bottomtop and bottom  (left: unknown, middle: top and bottom, right: none)
Direction of writing: sinistroverse
Script: North Italic script
Number of letters: 7
Workmanship: carved
Condition: fragmentary

Archaeological culture: unknown [from object]
Date of inscription: 4th to mid of 2nd century BC [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: prob. Celtic
Syntactic analysis: NP
Meaning: name?

Alternative sigla: Whatmough 1933 (PID): 272 d
Solinas 1995: 1 B
Motta 2000: 8 d
Morandi 2004: 28

Sources: Morandi 2004: 535 & 536 (fig. 9.28)
Motta 2000: 202-204
Solinas 1995: 319-320



The four stones bearing the inscriptions TI·29, TI·30, TI·31, TI·32 are not parts of a single inscription. They are fragments of four different objects (cf. Tibiletti Bruno 1968c: 356, Motta 2000: 203).


CII Ariodante Fabretti, Corpus inscriptionum italicarum antiquioris aevi. Ordine geographico digestum et glossarium italicum, in quo omnia vocabula continentur ex umbricis, sabinis, oscis, volscis, etruscis aliisque monumentis quae supersunt, Augusta Taurinorum: 1867.