per and a personal name (cf. 186) is not impossible.
The interpunct seems clear, but a word beginning rogi (or roci) is not attractive.
marides could be read but we can find no suitable word with such an ending.
The traces are so badly preserved that we would not wish to rule out the reading p]er Simile[m (cf. 186.22), though it does not seem probable.
It is possible that nothing is written before or after uale, but it would be unparalleled for a letter to be written across the grain or for a writer to add uale at the foot of an account; we think it more probable that uale is part of a longer word.