|Size:||length max.: 3.3 cm, width: 1.2 cm|
|Date:||4th–3rd centuries BC|
|Date derived from:||archaeological context|
|Site:||Montorio Veronese (fraction of: Verona, Verona, Veneto, Italy)|
|Field name:||Castello di Montorio Veronese|
(Objects: VR-6 antler, VR-7 bone, VR-8 bone, VR-9 potsherd)
|Coordinates (approx.):||45° 27' 22.07" N, 11° 3' 9.29" E|
|Current location:||Soprintendenza Archeologia del Veneto – Nucleo Operativo di Verona (repository)|
|Sources:||Marinetti 2004: 410–411 [No. 2] with fig.|
MLR: 258 with photo
Bone (ossicle) of an animal, not further classified.
Broken at one end.
Remains of an inscription.
The archaeological finds VR-6 antler, VR-7 bone and VR-8 bone were picked up during an archaeological survey on the hill of the Castello di Montorio, near to Verona, in 1998 (cp. Marinetti 2004: 409; moreover: MLR: 257).
The discoveries which all can be put into a context of residential structure, indicate an "ampio arco cronologico (dal V secolo all’età imperiale)"; a Raetic presence however can be determined for the 4th and 3rd centuries BC. For more details see Marinetti 2004: 409 or MLR: 257.
In the recently released study about the Raetic inscriptions by Marchesini the bone is listed with "MLR 292". According to the indications in MLR the bone is kept in the Soprintendenza Archeologia del Veneto – Nucleo Operativo di Verona, an autopsy was effected (cp. MLR: 258 [MLR 292]).
Autopsied by the Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum in November 2015.
|Marinetti 2004||Anna Marinetti, "Nuove iscrizioni retiche dall'area veronese", Studi Etruschi 70 (2004), 408–420.|