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Reading in Transliteration: priś 
Reading in Original Script: Ś sI sR sP s

Object: JU·1 Montmorot (unidentifiable)
Position: lower area, inside
Orientation: 90°
Direction of Writing: sinistroverse
Script: North Italic Script
Letter Height: 2.4 cm0.945 in - 3.2 cm1.26 in
Number of Letters: 4
Number of Words: 1
Number of Lines: 1
Workmanship: scratched after burning
Condition: complete

Archaeological Culture: Hallstatt D [from object]
Date of Inscription: end of 7th / beginning of 6th century BC [from object]
Date derived from: [[date_derivation‎::typology]] [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: Celtic
Syntactic Analysis: NP
Meaning: name

Alternative Sigla: none

Sources: Kaenel 2000: 151-153 & 153 (fig. 3)
Verger 1998: 272-284



Detailed analysis of the script and datation in Verger 1998: 273-284, 305-313 (in cf. with inscriptions from northern Italy with early alphabet forms, interpretations of contacts with Golasecca culture and the area of Sesto Calende).


Kaenel 2000 Gilbert Kaenel, "Les relations transalpines à l'âge du Fer", in: Simonetta Biaggio Simona, Raffaele Carlo De Marinis (Eds.), I leponti tra mito e realtà. Atti del convegno Locarno-Verbania 9/11 Novembre 2000, Verbania: Armando Dadò Editore 2000. (2 volumes), 151-158.
Markey & Mees 2004 Tom Markey, Bernard Mees, "A Celtic orphan from Castaneda", Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 54 (2004), 54-120.
Markey 2006 Thomas L. Markey, "Early Celticity in Slovenia and at Rhaetic Magrè (Schio)", Linguistica 46 (2006), 145-171.
Pellegrini & Prosdocimi 1967 Giovan Battista Pellegrini, Aldo Luigi Prosdocimi, La Lingua Venetica, Padova-Firenze: Istituto di Glottologia dell'Università di Padova, Circolo Lingvistico Fiorentino 1967. (2 volumes)
Verger 1998 Stéphane Verger, "Un graffite archaïque dans l'habitat hallstattien de Montmorot (Jura, France)", Studi Etruschi 64 (1998 (2001)), 265-316.