There may be a medial point after s, cf. note to line 14.
For condimenta see also 193.3.
salis: see 186.10 and note. The trace at the edge could be part of a superscript bar over m (i.e. m(odi-)).
porcellum: it is clear from 180.27, 183.4 and 186.20-1 that pigs were kept as livestock either under military supervision or at least in the close vicinity of the fort.
pernam: cf. 182.i.7. It does not seem likely that we have the remains of a denarius symbol at the edge but we might have p(ondo) followed by a number, then a cash sum.
ad cotidia[n / caprea[m, ed. pr. We originally understood this as a reference to daily needs or use. Our improved reading rather suggests a reference to pickling or preserving and we suggest as a possible restoration ad condit[um (or -uram) / caprea[e.
There may be a medial point after s(umma).
bracis .[: bracis [, ed. pr. Cf. 343.iii.25 and the note ad loc. in Bowman, Thomas and Adams (1990), 348.2.
sum[ma is an attractive possibility and it might be the global total of individual sums, cf. 185.29.