Greetings to Phyllis

Phyl(lis?) va(le) (:Phyllis vale)

Letters once present, now missing due to damage to the surface or support

Damage to the surface or support; letters cannot be restored with certainty

Abbreviation; text was never written out; expanded by editor

Letters intentionally erased in antiquity

Letters whose reading is clear but meaning is incomprehensible

Characters damaged or unclear that would be unintelligible without context

Characters formerly visible, now missing

Description of a figural graffito (used by EDR and AGP)

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Translation: Goodbye, Phyllis.
Findspot: Herculaneum, Ramp (OutsideWalls.ow1)
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Language: Latin
Writing Style: Graffito/incised
  • Graffito Length: 8
Apparatus Criticus: Textus et mensura secundum (1)
v. 1: tantum PHYL scriptum, fortasse pro nomen, PHYLLIS?
Bibliography: CIL 04, 10692 (1)
Link to EDR: #EDR154432
Suggested Citation: 'Greetings to Phyllis', The Ancient Graffiti Project Search Engine, <> [accessed: 15 Dec 2017]

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