Garigliano Bowl

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The Garigliano bowl is a small impasto bowl with bucchero glaze likely to have been produced around 500 BC, with an early Latin inscript written in a form of the western Greek or Etruscan alphabet.[1] It was found along the river Garigliano, between Lazio and Campania, in the vicinity of ancient Minturnae (now Minturno, Italy), in the ancient territory occupied by the Aurunci.[1]


As for word division, PARI MED ESOM KOM MEOIS SOKIOIS is immediately clear ; the rest is more problematic.


  1. ^ a b Cf. page 200, BALDI (2002)