Inscriptions containing the abbreviation VEL, possibly intrepreted in several ways (vellus, velum, vellera ?).
These inscriptions contain abbreviations starting with the letter B and they likely refer to a garment (banata).
This group is composed of tags whose inscriptions contain only, besides personal names and prices, the abbreviation P followed by numbers.
In this group, the abbreviation P with numbers is followed by abbreviations starting with letters C and P.
This group contains inscriptions in which the abbreviation P appears with the abbreviation M (occasionally followed by the letter C or abbreviations starting with the letter C).
This group also contains inscriptions starting with the abbreviation P but associated to the abbreviations M, R, F and C.
This group contains inscriptions starting with the abbreviation P but associated to abbreviations R and C, as well as abbreviations starting with letters C and P.
The inscriptions belonging to this group contain series of abbreviations following personal names, always starting with the abbreviation R followed by letters C and P or corresponding abbreviations.
This group is composed of tags whose inscriptions combine the abbreviation R with the abbreviation M.
The inscriptions of this group start with the abbreviation R followed by letters C, M, P and F or corresponding abbreviations, i.e. abbreviations starting with these letters.
This group contains tags whose inscriptions normally correspond to the inscriptions of the aforementioned groups, except for the fact that they contain also the word (or the abbreviation ?) MVCCI.
This group, just like the first one, is composed of heterogeneous inscriptions whose only common point is that they contain abbreviations (or series of abbreviations) which do not appear anywhere else but not numerous enough to warrant the creation of a separate group. Most of these inscriptions contain unique or extremely rare abbreviations, without analogies among other tags. Sometimes, one may find common abbreviations but presented in an unusual way.
This group is composed of tags whose inscriptions only mention names of individuals, sometimes with prices but always without mentioning the product.
This group is composed of tags whose inscriptions indicate only numbers or prices. This group includes also few tags containing only inexplicable signs as well as anepigraphic tags.