|Object:||AK-2 rock (stone)|
(Inscriptions: AK-2.1, AK-2.2, AK-2.3)
|Frame:||(, bottom, )|
|Script:||North Italic script (Magrè alphabet)|
|Direction of writing:||dextroverse|
|Letter height:||8 cm|
|Number of letters:||6|
|Number of characters:||7|
|Number of lines:||1|
|Date of inscription:|
|Date derived from:|
|Alternative sigla:||TM 653515|
Not previously published. Examined by TIR in June 2015.
Image in Mandl 2011: Abb. 144 (photo).
Length min. 30 cm; running upwards on the upper part of the rock wall, left of the centre (Bildstelle 1).
The only unambiguously legible characters are . A deep mark of doubtful relevance in the form of a short vertical line is situated in the upper area after . Before , a triangle-shape which is best interpreted as another ; before this, a multi-branched character (see drawing) which might possibly be read or . Before that, at least two more illegible characters (see drawing); then, a horizontal crack along the rock face. No traces of an inscription can be made out below it. A slightly curving frame line can be seen below the characters.
Within the corpus of rock inscriptions, the present inscription can be compared with the type-2 petrographs– cf., on the same rock wall, AK-2.1, as well as AK-1.10, AK-1.11 and AK-1.17, which are all dextroverse and feature sigma with four strokes, and at Steinberg sinistroverse ST-5 and ST-6, also with ; see Raetic epigraphy. Of these, AK-1.11 and the two Steinberg inscriptions have punctuation marks. Cf. especially AK-1.11 ending in -kas?.
|Mandl 2011||Franz Mandl, Felsbilder. Österreich – Bayern: Nördliche Kalkalpen [= Anisa – Verein für alpine Forschung 4], Haus im Ennstal: 2011.|