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First of all I must reduce the title of my paper removing the last three words: “and now more”. I was actually hoping to have access to the new material found at Vindolanda and following a suggestion given me by Jim Adams, I wrote to Professor

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Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
A. Birley
E. Bánffy
J. Lebegyev
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B. Lőrincz
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-Bloomberg, 9 Vindolanda, 10 and curse tablets 11 (Roman Britain), Vindonissa 12 ( Germania Superior ), and the archive of Tiberianus 13 , written on papyrus (Egypt). These provinces – in particular Roman Britain – provide an unparalleled source for writing

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caveats, cf. Bülow-Jacobsen (n. 28) 244. 30 Cf. Leiwo (n. 13) 176–177. 31 On the use of < xs> in the corpus Vindolandense, cf. Cotugno , F. – Marotta, G.: Geminated Consonants in the Vindolanda Tablets. Empirical Data and Sociolinguistic Remarks

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– LLDB-11117 (Moesia Inf., Troesmis); CIL VII 422 – LLDB-15092 (Britannia, Bremesio). 39 CIL III 11926 – LLDB-58458 (Raetia, Vetoniana); CIL III 3999 – LLDB-8503 (Pannonia Sup., Aquae Balissae); AE 2010, 790 – LLDB-122659 (Britannia, Vindolanda

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denotare l’autorità, ad es. nella tavoletta 344 di Vindolanda (I secolo d.C) troviamo tuam maiestatem imploro rivolto a un interlocutore di alto rango (tav. 344, 4. 5). 17 Mediocritas, parvitas, humilitas per converso indicano la (pretesa) umiltà di chi

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III 11130; CIL III 10991; CIL III 3253; CIL III 10243. 43 This form of assimilation occurs several times in the cult’s corpus: Pannonia Superior/Aquae Balissae ( CCID 277); Britannia/Habitancum ( CCID 557); Britannia/Vindolanda ( AE 2010, 790

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writing, the database contains more than 1200 inscriptions, mainly from Rome and Central italy, 200 ink-written tablets from Vindolanda and 219 letters from the North-African and Near-East areas. For a more exhaustive illustration of the corpus, see

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