Three joining fragments of a letter. Little can be gleaned from the content. The somewhat "old-fashioned" hand is of palaeographical interest, especially the form of r.
cum p[: alternatively perhaps comp[.
There seems to be more than superius (which would be more likely to be the adverb than the rare gentilicium); superi might be the genitive of the cognomen Super (cf. 213.1, 255.i.1).
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