RIG L-95
Grafenstein tile

Inscription on a tile. The language of this inscription has been the subject of some debate. Some attempts have been made to interpret the text as Slavic, but the general academic view is that it represents a form of Continental Celtic; either simply Gaulish, or Noric (if it should be considered a language separate from Gaulish).

First words visible
mogu · ciss[
petilau · íex[
ne · sadiíes[
ollo · so · uilo · [
ona · dom.. · oc[
ollo · so ·uia · .[
Ilugnu · si[

Object

Site
Grafenstein
Grafenstein
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Epigraphy

Script
Latin cursive script
Base language
Gaulish language, Noric language

Sources

Secondary sources (select)

Lambert, Pierre-Yves, Recueil des inscriptions gauloises, fasc. 2.2: Textes gallo-latins sur instrumentum, Suppléments à 'Gallia' 55, Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2002.
243–244
Contributors
C. A., Pierre Faure
Page created
July 2020, last updated: August 2020