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Reading in transliteration: aśkonetio / pianu
Reading in original script: O4 sI sT sE sN4 dO2 sK sŚ sA s
|space dU5 sN4 dA2 sI sP s

Object: VB·22 Stresa (stela)
Position: front, lower area"lower area" is not in the list (front, back, left-hand side, right-hand side, centre, top, bottom, neck, shoulder, foot, ...) of allowed values for the "position" property.
Frame: ?allallstraight  (left: unknown, middle: all, right: straight)
Direction of writing: sinistroverse
Script: North Italic script
Number of letters: 14
Number of words: 2
Number of lines: 2
Workmanship: carved
Condition: complete

Archaeological culture: unknown [from object]
Date of inscription: end of 2nd / 1st century BC [from object]

Type: prob. funerary
Language: unknown
Syntactic analysis: unknown
Meaning: "Pianu son of Adgonnos"?

Alternative sigla: Tibiletti Bruno 1981: 14
Solinas 1995: 120
Morandi 2004: 65

Sources: Morandi 2004: 563-564
Solinas 1995: 372
Tibiletti Bruno 1981: 166-167



PN in -u and patronymic in -io with inversion of the onomastic formula? Cf. Tibiletti Bruno 1978-9: pp. 254-255, namu esopnio


Caramella & De Giuli 1993 Pierangelo Caramella, Alberto De Giuli, Archeologia dell'Alto Novarese, Mergozzo: Alberti Editore 1993.
De Giuli 1978-9 Alberto De Giuli, "Le stele funerarie di Brisino", Sibrium 14 (1978-9), 245-252.
De Hoz 1990 Javier de Hoz, "El genitivo celtico de los temas en -o-", in: Francisco Villar (ed.), Studia indogermanica et palaeohispanica in honorem Antonio Tovar et Luis Michelena, Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca 1990, 315–329.
Eska 1995 Joseph F. Eska, "Observations on the thematic genitive singular in Lepontic and Hispano-Celtic", in: Joseph F. Eska, R. Geraint Gruffydd, Nicolas Jacobs (eds), Hispano-Gallo-Brittonica. Essays in honour of Professor D. Ellis Evans on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, Cardiff: University of Wales Press 1995, 33–46.