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Sardis: Greek and Latin Inscriptions, Part II

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ISBN 9780674987265

Publication Date: 12/17/2019

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  • Editors’ Preface [Nicholas Cahill and Andrew Ramage]
  • Author’s Preface [Georg Petzl]
  • Summary
  • Özet
  • Abbreviations and Bibliography
  • Catalogue of Inscriptions
    • 301–306. Decrees and Other Decisions
    • 307–322. Letters and Dossiers Containing Letters, Decisions, Petitions, Subscriptiones, Honors
    • 323–410. Honorific Inscriptions
      • 323–341. Second Century BC–First Century AD
      • 342–375. First–Second Century AD
      • 376–404. Second–Third Century AD
      • 405–410. Third–Fourth Century AD; Uncertain Date
    • 411. Agonistic Inscription
    • 412–413. Inscribed Monuments for Gladiators
    • 414–431. Building Inscriptions
    • 432–433. Boundary Stones
    • 434–568A. Religious Inscriptions
      • 434–437. Zeus (+ Epicleses)
      • 438. And[ ]
      • 439–440. Hera
      • 441–443. Apollon (+ Epicleses)
      • 444–445. Dionysos (+ Augustus)
      • 446. Herakles - -phylax
      • 447. Kore’s Children Koros and Euposia
      • 448–451. Mother Goddesses
      • 452. Men Kamarites, Pluton, Kore
      • 453. Men(?), Kybebe
      • 454–459. Artemis Anaitis, Men Tiamou
      • 460–471. Men Axiottenos
      • 472. Men Ouranios
      • 473. Theos Hosios kai Dikaios
      • 474–485. Uncertain Addressees
      • 486–566. Inscriptions from the Synagogue
      • 567–568A. Christian Inscriptions
    • 569–580. Varia
    • 581–717. Funerary Inscriptions
      • 581–632. Cinerary Chests
        • 581. Dated by - the Reign of Attalos III
        • 582–592. - Stephanephoros
        • 593. - Stephanephoros and Priest of Roma
        • 594–599. - Priest of Roma
        • 600–623. - Unspecified Officials
        • 624–628. Without Date
        • 629. Latin Inscription Dated by Consuls
        • 630–631. Latin Inscriptions
        • 632. Latin and Greek Inscriptions
      • 633–686. Funerary Inscriptions (Prose)
        • 633–653. Rather Simple Texts
        • 654–676. More Developed Texts
        • 678–686. Fragmentary
      • 687–691. Funerary Inscriptions (Poetic)
      • 692–717. Late Antique Funerary Inscriptions
    • 718–788. Fragments
  • Indices
    • Personal Names (Greek)
    • Personal Names (Latin)
    • Rulers
    • Officials
    • Sacra, Mythica
    • Geographica
    • Greek Words
    • Latin Words
    • Phonology–Grammar
  • Concordances
  • Plates

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