The Italic Dialects Volume 1

The Italic Dialects Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...i 4 a from an impression by Dressel. a....ei...dare iikulus I urseis s em... b....sum.. On an irregular fragment of bronze K)55 by-046 m. the letters 009 m. high in regular Osc. a/9, except that the thorn of l slants downwards and the arms of e vary in both directions from the horizontal; how much is lost all round it is impossible to say. 1. 2 the first letter has lost its top and might be ig, but not k since the vertical is separate from the inclined stroke, and in the k in the next line they are joined carefully; e is I think certain, not V-3 is generally restored dilkulus, cf. S. Oscan zicelei-& Before e on the edge of the fragment either s or half of f is clearly visible; there may have been a punct after it The fragment was once fixed to the wall of the Museum, but has now been taken down, and on the back either sum or fum is clear, though only the lower stroke of the S is left: Garrucci7 Arch. Nap. n. s. I. p. 45, read suni, but I think the second transverse stroke of the m may still be detected on the edge of the bronze. Cf. the note to the following insc. Zvet. 0c. 5, Fabr. 2843, 2. 190 Found in 1850 near the church of S. M. dclla Penna, on the Bide near Vasto, now in the Museo Comunale there, where I saw it in April 1894; facsim. Zvet. i. 3, from an impression by Dressel. kaal husidiis gaav. viibis uhtavis df. kenzsur patt... Roughly and not quite regularly cut on a broken tablet of bronze, of which only a part on the left hand is lost since there is a clear margin on the other three sides; it is '17 m. long by "108 high (7 in. by 4J), and has two round holes near the two right-hand corners, for nailing to a wall. The letters are 015 m. (f in.) high, of a rude and in part archaic type; the lower stroke of more

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  • Paperback | 134 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236803825
  • 9781236803825