TI·19

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Inscription
Reading in Transliteration: iiuioitove 
Reading in Original Script: I dI dU3 dI dO3 dI dT dO3 dV dE d
Variant Reading: iiu·o·tove (Morandi), iiuioi tove or iiu·o· tove (Motta)

Object: TI·19 Giubiasco (helmet)Latitude: 46.17262
Longitude: 9.011164
Position: unknown
Direction of Writing: dextroverse
Script: North Italic Script
Number of Letters: 8 - 10
Number of Words: 1
Number of Lines: 1
Workmanship: carved
Condition: complete

Archaeological Culture: unknown [from object]
Date of Inscription: between 4th and 3rd century BC [from object]
Date derived from: typology [from object]

Type: unknown
Language: unknown
Syntactic Analysis: unknown
Meaning: unknown

Alternative Sigla: Whatmough 1933 (PID): note XIV
Motta 2000: 28
Morandi 2004: 20

Sources: Morandi 2004: 529-530 & 536 (fig. 9.20)
Motta 2000: 216

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Commentary

Motta (2000: 216): not in Lepontic Script, perhaps Venetic?

Bibliography

Lejeune 1971 Michel Lejeune, Lepontica, Paris: Société d'Édition "Les Belles Lettres" 1971. (reprint of the article "Documents gaulois et para-gaulois de Cisalpine", Études Celtiques 12/2, 1970-1, pp. 357-500)
Morandi 2004 Alessandro Morandi, Celti d'Italia. A cura di Paola Piana Agostinetti. Tomo II: Epigrafia e lingua dei Celti d'Italia [= Popoli e civiltà dell'Italia antica 12.2], Roma: Spazio Tre 2004.
Motta 2000 Filippo Motta, "La documentazione epigrafica e linguistica", in: Raffaele Carlo De Marinis, Simonetta Biaggio Simona (Eds.), I Leponti tra mito e realtà, Locarno: Gruppo Archeologia Ticino 2000, 181–222.
Rhŷs 1913 Sir John Rhŷs, The Celtic inscriptions of Cisalpine Gaul [= Proceedings of the British Academy 6], London: British Academy 1913.
Ulrich 1914 Rudolf Ulrich, Die Gräberfelder in der Umgebung von Bellinzona, Zürich: 1914.
Whatmough 1933 Joshua Whatmough, The Prae-Italic Dialects of Italy. Vol. 2, Part 3: The Raetic, Lepontic, Gallic, East-Italic, Messapic and Sicel inscriptions, Cambridge/Mass.: Harvard University Press 1933.
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