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This is not the case in the second eta. In addition, the first eta has serifs at the bottom of both verticals, while the second has a serif only on the left. The size of omikron and theta is not uniform. g. those in lines 51 and 61 (P1. 2, a); occasionally the horizontal curves slightly, as in lines 51 (P1. 2, a) and 83 (P1. 2, b). II2 1028 reveals differences of the same sort: the first tau of Tapavrl(vos) in line 289 (P1. 1, b) has serifs on both ends of the horizontal, the second only on the right; the same is true of the pi's in lines 244 and 291.
2, a) and 83 (P1. 2, b). II2 1028 reveals differences of the same sort: the first tau of Tapavrl(vos) in line 289 (P1. 1, b) has serifs on both ends of the horizontal, the second only on the right; the same is true of the pi's in lines 244 and 291. The upsilons in lines 206-207 have respectively no serifs and two serifs at the top. The nu of e'vot (line 288) has two serifs, that of 'I77rTOVtKOV (line 291) one. That the same type of variation, viz. primarily of serif occurrence, appears independently in the lettering on both inscriptions is a further point of similarity.
Line 10. 008 m. Line 11. 01 m. Line 12. 011 m. Line 15. The letters KATOYEbegin the line. B committed a haplography either by looking back at the second alpha of Kara in his working copy after inscribing the first or at the tau of Tovs after inscribing tau of Kara. It is also possible, therefore, to read Ka(