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Transliteration: ?
Original script: ?

Object: AK-1 rock (stone)
(Inscriptions: AK-1.1, AK-1.2, AK-1.3, AK-1.4, AK-1.5, AK-1.6, AK-1.7, AK-1.8, AK-1.9, AK-1.10, AK-1.11, AK-1.12, AK-1.13, AK-1.14, AK-1.15, AK-1.16, AK-1.17, AK-1.18, AK-1.19, AK-1.20, AK-1.21)
Position: bottom, right
Script: unknown
Direction of writing: unknown
Number of lines: 1
Craftsmanship: engraved
Current condition: damaged
Date of inscription: unknown [from object]
Date derived from:

Type: unknown
Language: unknown
Meaning: unknown

Alternative sigla: TM 653508



Not previously published. Examined by TIR in July 2014.

Image in Mandl 2011: Abb. 142 (photo).

The very doubtful remains of a vertical inscription on Bildstelle 5, to the right of AK-1.15. Only faint traces are left. A tentative reading of the group to the left of the third letter of AK-1.17 (about 80 cm from the ground) is dextroverse U2 dA3 sL3 d(punctuation d)E d al·e, but while Cadore-style L3 d is documented in ST-5 and possibly AK-1.11, this reading may well be purely epigraphic fancy. U2 d would be inverted in Northern Raetic (Magrè alphabet) context. Also, the characters, with about 6.5 cm, are small compared to other Raetic rock inscriptions. Possibly a pseudo-inscription.


Mandl 2011 Franz Mandl, Felsbilder. Österreich – Bayern: Nördliche Kalkalpen [= Anisa – Verein für alpine Forschung 4], Haus im Ennstal: 2011.