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Reading in transliteration: inutu
Reading in original script: U sT sU sN sI s

Object: TI·49 Giubiasco (bowl)
Position: foot, outside
Direction of writing: sinistroverse
Script: North Italic script (Lepontic alphabet)
Letter height: 1.2–1.9 cm0.472 in <br />0.748 in <br />
Number of letters: 5
Number of words: 1
Number of lines: 1
Workmanship: scratched after firing
Condition: complete

Archaeological culture: La Tène C, Augustan, La Tène D [from object]
Date of inscription: second half of 3rd–1st c. BC [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: Celtic
Meaning: 'Inutu'

Alternative sigla: none

Sources: Pernet et al. 2006: 229



First published in Pernet et al. 2006: 229. Examined for LexLep on 20th July 2021.

Image in Pernet et al. 2006: 233, fig. 6.39 = pl. sub 146.1? (drawing).

Inscribed on the foot of the bowl in tidy, well legible letters (length ca. 3 cm). Final upsilon is comparatively tall and slightly offset due to the curving of the rim. The form is a Celtic on-stem personal name in the nominative; see the word page for details.

Corinna Salomon