VB·18

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Inscription
Reading in Transliteration: atecua 
Reading in Original Script: A22 sT2 dE7 dC dU8 dA22 s

Object: VB·18 Ornavasso (cup)Latitude: 45.968907
Longitude: 8.416259
Position: bottom
Direction of Writing: dextroverse
Script: Latin Script
Letter Height: 0.5 cm0.19685 in
Number of Letters: 6
Number of Words: 1
Number of Lines: 1
Workmanship: unknown
Condition: complete

Archaeological Culture: Roman imperial period [from object]
Date of Inscription: Graue V, 30-55 AD [from object]
Date derived from:

Type: prob. mark of possessor
Language: Lepontic
Syntactic Analysis: NP
Meaning: "Atekua" (name)

Alternative Sigla: Whatmough 1933 (PID): 319
Morandi 2004: 61

Sources: Morandi 2004: 561 & 566 (fig. 12.61)

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Graue 1974 Jörn Graue, Die Gräberfelder von Ornavasso. Eine Studie zur Chronologie der späten Latène- und frühen Kaiserzeit [= Hamburger Beiträge zur Archäologie Beiheft 1], Hamburg: Buske 1974.
Kretschmer 1905 Paul Kretschmer, "Die Inschriften von Ornavasso und die ligurische Sprache", Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung auf dem Gebiete der indogermanischen Sprachen 38 (1905), 97-128.
Morandi 1999b Alessandro Morandi, "Epigrafia Vascolare Celtica di Ornavasso, Basso Toce ed Aree Connesse", in: Paola Piana Agostinetti, I sepolcreti di Ornavasso. Cento Anni di Studi, Roma: Gruppo Alpini di Ornavasso 1997-1999. (4 volumes), 297-328. (in Volume 4)
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.
Proceedings Ornavasso 1997-9 Paola Piana Agostinetti (Ed.), I Sepolcreti di Ornavasso.. Cento Anni di Studi, Roma: Picon 1997-1999. (4 Volumes)
Rhŷs 1913 Sir John Rhŷs, The Celtic inscriptions of Cisalpine Gaul [= Proceedings of the British Academy 6], London: British Academy 1913.
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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