Burṛ[us] p̣edad (:petat) H

Epigraphic Convention Key
Symbol Meaning
[abc] Letters once present, now missing due to damage to the surface or support
ạḅ Characters damaged or unclear that would be unintelligible without context
(:abc) Gives standard spelling to explain non-standard text in an inscription (used by EDR and AGP)
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Translation: Burr(us) seeks (?)
Findspot: Herculaneum , House of the Wooden Shrine (V.31)
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Language: Latin
Writing Style: Graffito/incised
Apparatus Criticus: Textus secundum (3), aliter (1)-(2).
Contulerunt et mensurae prehenderunt DiBiasie, Sypniewski, Lyon, Laerke-Hall, et McCracken (HGP) a. 2018.
v. 1: IBVR, explicatur ut Ebur(iolus?) vel Ebur(inus?) (2)
v. 1: prima littera (sc. IBVR) non vidi et valde dubito, num in pariete exstiterit. Legi BVRR[..] (3)
Prope EDR140180, EDR140141, EDR151872, EDR140139, EDR140134, EDR140164
Bibliography: Rend. Ac. Arch. Nap., 33, 1958, p. 268, n. 350 (M. Della Corte) (1)
CIL 04, 10582 (2)
A. Varone, Titulorum graphio exaratorum qui in CIL Vol. IV collecti sunt, Imagines, Roma 2012, vol. II, p. 496, con foto (3)
Link to EDR: #EDR140138
Suggested Citation: AGP-EDR140138, The Ancient Graffiti Project, <http://ancientgraffiti.org/Graffiti/graffito/AGP-EDR140138> [accessed: 22 May 2019]

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