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SEG 36-1496. Antiquarians: Pirro Ligorio: inscriptions from his manuscripts.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Cf. SEG 29 992, 1767; 32 1036/1037, 1042. O. Salomies, ARCTOS 20 (1986) 145-151, points to the difficulty of distinguishing authentic and false inscriptions, and of detecting…

SEG 36-376. Lykosoura. Sacred law, 2nd cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Fragment from the bottom left corner of a limestone stele built into the chapel of Ayios Elias ca. 200 m. east-south-east of the archaeological zone of Lykosoura. Ed. pr. A.P…

SEG 36-948bis. Narbo (area of). Inscribed ring, Roman Imperial period.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Gold ring found in 1937 now in a private collection. Ed. pr. M.- A. Zagdoun, RAN 17 (1984) [1985] 345-347 (non vidimus; cf. M. Sève, BE 1987 no. 112). Inscr…

SEG 36-1285. Dekapolis. The presence of Nabataeans.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry D.F. Graf, op. cit. (cf. SEG 36 1566) 785-796, collects the evidence on this topic, among which are a few inscriptions. He concludes that Nabataean presence was extensive and cons…

SEG 36-396. Aigeira. Stamped tile.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Fragment of a terracotta tile with a stamped inscription inside an oblong frame, found in the Austrian excavations east of the theatre. Ed. pr. R. Thrummer, KLIO 68 (1986) 61 (ph.). Inscription ἱερά Apparatu…

SEG 36-1162. Pontus. Senatorial functionaries during the principate.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Cf. B. Remy, REA 87 (1985) [1986] 219-225, for a catalogue of thirteen documents recording governors of Cappadocia - Galatia who were active in Pontus as road-builders, menti…

SEG 36-1030. Ephesos. Honorary inscription for caracalla, 214-215 A.D.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry I. Eph. 1230. L. Vidman, STUDCLAS 24 (1986) 143-147, discusses various problems in this text. As to LL. 11-13 he doubts whether the proconsul of Asia and the logistes of Ephe…

SEG 36-957. Gayton thorpe. Graffito on a bowl, Roman Imperial period.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Graffito cut on the outside of a sherd from a Samian bowl. Edd. pr. M.W.C. Hassal - R.S.O. Tomlin, BRITANNIA 17 (1986) 447 no. 68. Inscription SI ΛΟ MIΛ̣EPVA Apparatus criticus Perhaps “si Ἀθ(ηνᾶ) Minerva” =…

SEG 36-701-717. Gorgippia. New inscriptions.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Ed. pr. A.I. Boltunova, VDI (1986) 1, 43-61 nos. 1-17 (ph.), publishes seventeen new texts found during excavations or by chance on the site of Gorgippia. Ed. pr. dates the texts on palaeographical grounds. E…

SEG 36-1165. Herakleia Pontike. Funerary epigram for an actor ?

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Marble tablet, probably affixed to the front of a sarcophagus; reused later for a Christian inscription, elements of which (πτωχί|ου) are visible at the right of LL. 2-3; on the lower left and …

SEG 36-1377. Hauranitis-Trachonitis. Village administration.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Cf. H.I. Mac-Adam, op. cit. (cf. SEG 36 1355) 147-211: 1e). Discussion of ( the terminology of) the village assembly: κώμη, οἱ κωμῆται, οἱ απὸ τῆς κώμης, ὁ δῆμος, τὸ κοινὸν (τῆς κώμης) and ὁ ὄχλος (one example…

SEG 36-695. Bosporos. Relations between the Bosporan kingdom and neighboring peoples in the 4th cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry In a study on the relationship between the Bosporan kingdom and its tribal subjects and neighbors in the Crimea, Maiotis and Kuban region based largely on literary evidence, …
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