A fragment of a tablet containing the remains of four lines of a letter written in a good hand. The fragmentary content suggests a possible legal context (see line 4, note). There is an interpunct between me and ba in line 3 and another before et in the same line. The form of a, with a hook at the top, at the end of line 3 is notable.
The word subscriptionem (cf. line 4) cannot be read here. The traces after ]f.s are compatible with partitionem but there are other possibilities.
Before scribtio we have what is very probably the top of b and the traces before this permit s]ubscribtio (for the orthography see OLD, s.v.). This suggests that the content may be connected with legal matters (cf. perhaps 317).