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This article investigates two well-known South Germanic inscriptions, the iron sax from Steindorf and the silver disc brooch from Bülach. Detailed epigraphic analysis reveals such great uncertainties in readings for each of these that the previous interpretations of both must be re-evaluated. A subsequent contextual analysis of the function of the epigraphy considers technical features of writing and of layout and composition, as well as the material properties and function of each of thedoaj:989734f6d69e406f8ebe6276586dfd77 fatcat:ucsv5u35v5gqfcoao2oowentka