It is possible that this is the first line of the text (cf. 170, introduction). For another possible example of a request which includes te as the object of rogo see 175.3 and introduction.
Despite the fact that the bottoms of the letters are lost and the first and last letters have virtually disappeared, we are reasonably confident of the reading. The reading of the second letter as r compares very well with r of rogo in the previous line; isci looks very good and n before the final e looks plausible.