Feature type: name, no symbol
Segment grid: 10A5
I am very doubtful about Miller's "L" before "ezela". Personal inspection of the parchment (March 2003) suggests two letters at the beginning of the name, both now irrecoverable.
- VIIII (9) (symbol, no name, no. 72)
- The linework for this stretch is not marked.
- The notion that the [..]ezela stretch goes to unnamed symbol #72 can be only conjecture, albeit a seemingly reasonable one. Given how closely the distance figure is placed to the name, there might conceivably have been a further stretch before the symbol, of which all trace has disappeared.