Id]us, ed. pr. One of the small fragments can now be seen
to supply the beginning of Idus, with us and the beginning of the month-name on another. The position
of these scraps, which can have had no more than four letters before what
survives, was probably far enough to the left to make Ma[rti]as the more probable reading.
imm, ed. pr. The word omnes is what we now expect at the
beginning of the line and it is not difficult to read the first three letters;
the trace before the break is compatible with e.
The loss implied by the previous line would just about accommodate the three
more letters needed before loca. In the latter, c is curiously written almost exactly like p in impe- at the end of the line.
The trace at the right-hand end of the line which is signalled in the ed. pr. may not be ink. There is,
however, a trace in the middle of the line which is probably the top of a. This would permit the
restoration renunti]a[u-. Another possibility is that we
have the same addition as in 127.4 (cf. 130.6); [praesenti]a is perhaps not too long for the