of a double leaf containing parts of two columns of a letter to Cerialis. The
hand bears some resemblance to that of 249 (from Oppius Niger),
though the e in the latter is somewhat taller.
].ntiam, ed. pr. The earlier reading cannot be ruled out but
we now prefer ]rdiam.
]culus, ed. pr., ]sulus, CEL. The
latter is a possible reading.
Perhaps cf. Licinius Asper (224), but the word division may be -as
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