|Object:||PU-6 bone (bone)|
|Position:||centre"centre" is not in the list (front, back, top, bottom, inside, outside, neck, shoulder, foot, handle, ...) of allowed values for the "position" property.|
|Direction of writing:||sinistroverse|
|Letter height:||1 cm|
|Number of letters:||5|
|Number of lines:||1|
|Archaeological culture:||Late Iron Age [from object]|
|Date of inscription:||5th–4th centuries BC [from object]|
|Date derived from:||archaeological context [from object]|
|Alternative sigla:||LIR SLO-5|
|Sources:||Schumacher 2004: 188, 212 f.|
First published in Marinetti 1992: 693 f. (no. 2). Autopsied by Stefan Schumacher in 1992. Currently untraceable.
Length of the remains about 5 cm. Marinetti's and Schumacher's drawings agree widely. The first letter, damaged by the breaking edge, is conceivably Alpha. The Y-shape (with seriph?) following it may be identified as (cp. PU-5 and PU-11). If the next two characters are read as Mu and Nu (the latter with shortened hasta), they are both turned against writing direction: . Marchesini interprets the entire group as one letter Mu, which was written against writing direction, the corrected by adding the bars again on the left. One way or another, a Mu must be in there. Final Epsilon seems clear.
|LIR||Alberto Mancini, Le Iscrizioni Retiche [= Quaderni del dipartimento di linguistica, Università degli studi di Firenze Studi 8–9], Padova: Unipress 2009–10. (2 volumes)|
|Marinetti 1992||Anna Marinetti, "Documenti epigrafici da St. Lorenzen (Val Pusteria, Bolzano). Epigraphische Zeugnisse aus St. Lorenzen (Pustertal, Bozen)", in: Ingrid R. Metzger, Paul Gleirscher, Die Räter / I Reti [= Schriftenreihe der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Alpenländer, Neue Folge 4], Bozen: Athesia 1992, 691–700.|