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Uley 33

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Authority: Roger Tomlin

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Irregular piece of sheet lead, 70 by 76 mm, found in 1978 at the temple of Mercury on West Hill. The tablet was folded twice after being inscribed, and is still corrugated; it is damaged at the folds and round the edges, but is virtually complete. One side is inscribed with six lines of irregular capitals.

The tablet names two persons, a man and a woman, each identified by a second name in the genitive case, probably their patronymic (2) or matronymic (5-6). For another matronymic see Tab. Sulis 30.1, Severianus fil(ius) Brigomall(a)e. The names are all of Celtic etymology.

Edition:
n 1 Lucilia
n 2 Mellossi (filia)
n 3 AEXSIEVMO
n 4 Minu(v)assus
5 Senebel[l]-
6 enae (filius)

Diplomatic:
1 LVCILIA
2 MELLOSSI
3 AEXSIEVMO
4 MINVASSVS
5 SENEBEL.
6 ENAE

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Lucilia (daughter) of Mellossus ... Minu(v)assus (son) of Senebellena.