]me: ].ae is also a possible reading.
Perhaps the genitive of the common cognomen Fuscus, cf. 161.3.
FENI seems clear, then one or two letters before SOLV. As there is not room for more than 2 letters between this and the denarius-symbol, only soluit is possible (for SOLV in capitals in an account cf. P.Qasr Ibrm 38). Before it the reading looks most like FENIO or FENICI. Fenius is attested as the name of a centurion in Britain (AE 1969.161a) and "he has paid [a certain sum] to Fenius" would at any rate construe. We would, however, prefer a name in the nominative. We have also wondered whether we might have a version of a name beginning Phoen- and note that Phoenix and Phoenicis are attested in Gaul (see NPEL). The name Fersio is attested on a inscription from Housesteads (RIB I 1620) but it does not seem possible to read Fersio here.
The alignment suggests that there may possibly be one or two letters at the left before E and there appears to be some dirt on the surface. What we can see is compatible with .ELICVM and we suggest that RELICVM (= reliquum) might be the solution.