|Transliteration:||?]i : terisṇ[|
|Object:||BZ-26 fragment (bronze)|
|Script:||North Italic script (Sanzeno alphabet)|
|Direction of writing:||sinistroverse|
|Letter height:||1.7 cm|
|Number of letters:||7|
|Number of characters:||8|
|Number of lines:||1|
|Current condition:||damaged, fragmentary|
|Date of inscription:||2nd half of the 5th century–1st century BC [from object]|
|Date derived from:||typology [from object]|
|Alternative sigla:||TM 653544|
First published in Lunz & Morandi 2003: 345 ff.
Images in Lunz & Morandi 2003: Fig. 3 (photo) and 4 (drawing).
Length of the remains 5.5 cm. The lines are thin, but well visible; the reading is unambiguous. On the right, the remains of two vertical lines, the left of which can hardly be anything else than . The separator consists in three short vertical scratches, and does not come up to the height of the letters. The hasta of is inclined in writing direction; the second bar of runs along the breaking edge. We can amend to terisna. Cp. BZ-4, where this word is also preceded by a sequence ending in i. Cp. also BZ-27.
|Lunz & Morandi 2003||Reimo Lunz, Alessandro Morandi, "Un frammento di elmo di bronzo con iscrizione retica da Settequerce – Siebeneich", Archeologia Classica LIV (2003), 341–349.|