Priuatus: the first letter is difficult; it may have been made in the tall, capital form but, if so, the top is abraded. The name, a common servile one, occurs in 190.c.26, 28, 31, 35 where its bearer is probably a slave (see also 199, 415). The present text is attributed to a different period and since Privatus is the author of the letter he must be presumed to be somewhere other than Vindolanda.
Albison[i: after o there is only a trace of the bottom of a vertical, which is compatible with n. Albisius is attested as a cognomen in CIL 13.6237 and as a gentilicium in CIL 12.3394 but we cannot read this here. It is likely that we have the dative of the name Albiso, attested only by Sidonius, Ep. 150.6 (see AS I 77, LAN 33). See b.back note.
superius: cf. 334.5. This may be followed by iii[, which is most naturally taken as the beginning of a date.
dom looks like a line-ending; no doubt part of domine but the word division is unexpected.
.e.rum..bi: tibi is possible.
The traces after Albisoni might be the beginning of the name of the owner if Albiso is a slave; it might be possible to read Ge....[ ("slave of Genialis" (?), cf. 301.back 8-9).
Probably part of the verb indico, cf. 334.2, but there are other possibilities.
mihi is possible.
Since there are traces of writing below seru[ it is unlikely to be part of an address.