peruer.......: only the bottoms of letters survive at the
right. We hesitantly suggest that a possible reading is per Verecundum, but note
that the name is very common and need not refer to the prefect Iulius
Verecundus (for whom see 210-12).
.at...., suggested in CEL 107, is impossible.
Romam: the reading of
initial r is probable and only imam or omam could
follow; we therefore still consider the reading likely to be correct.
the end eo.[ or so.[,
suggested in CEL 107, is impossible.
quitur: probably se]quitur or a compound.
uiatico: also in 330.2.
In the ed. pr. we suggested fibulas but now
think that the second letter is better read as a. We might have quod
fit si tabulas a..[, cf. 217.ii.1.
In the ed. pr. we suggested that a name such as Liburno would
suit the traces. Only r is certain but ce preceding
it looks plausible and we now think it is possible, though difficult, to read
it as an address to Flavius Cerialis.