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SEG 61-850. Bargylia. Additions to the corpus.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry I.Iasos 601-640. W.Blümel, EA 44 (2011) 121-129, provides a list of bibliographical additions to nos. 601-640; subsequently he adds four texts overlooked by him for I.Bargylia: no. 641* (= H.Grégoire, Rec…

SEG 60-751. Philippopolis. Honorary inscription for the praeses Aurelius Marcianus, 267/268 A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IGBulg V 5409. X.Loriot, in M.Silvestrini (ed.), Le tribù romane. Atti della XVIe rencontre sur l’épigraphie, Bari 8-10 ottobre 2009 (Bari 2010) 427-436, adduces this inscription in his discuss…

SEG 60-613. Bouthrotos. Manumission records and family structure.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry See SEG 60 606. Entry metadata SEG entry SEG 60 613 Publication year 2010 Type epigraphical Inscription iSEG 60 613 Theme n/a Inscription metadata Inscription ID iSEG 60 613 Type Miscellaneous Date not_spec…

SEG 60-750. Parthikopolis (Sandanski). Christian inscriptions, 6th cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Plaque originally used for inscribing an invitatio ad munera ( SEG 60 749). V.Gerassimova, art.cit. (see SEG 60 749) reports that the reverse was inscribed with Christian texts and provides …

SEG 60-88. Athens. Decree concerning the Mytilenians, 427 or 412 B.C.?

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG I³ 66. SEG 34 19;* 36 9; 39 7, 324; 43 115, 1326; 45 231; 51 27; 55 41. C.W.Fornara, Historia 59 (2010) 129-142, rejects the earlier of the two above dates on the grounds that the restoration …

SEG 61-821. Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza; area of: La Cabañeta, el Burgo de Ebro [Castra Aelia?]). Graffiti on ceramics, 2nd/1st cent. B.C.

(217 words)

Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Edd.pr. J.A.Mínguez Morales, B.Díaz Ariño, AEA 84 (2011) 76 nos. 37/38 (ph.; dr.), publish two Greek graffiti: 1) on a Campanian bowl incised after firing: Π (denoting 5 or 80); 2) on a ceramic jar: ΚΗ (denoti…

SEG 62-1862. Emperor. Imperial legislation.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry G.Purpura, ‘I papiri e le costituzioni imperiali in Egitto’, Aegyptus 89 (2009) [2012] 155-220 (same text in MEP 12-15 [2009-2012] 221-266), reports on a research project conducted by five It…

SEG 60-254. Laurion. Epitaph of Niko[- - -], 4th cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry D.Pararas, art.cit. ( SEG 60 252) 142, briefly mentions a fragmentary marble funerary stele reused in tomb T14 of the cemetery mentioned in SEG 60 252. Of the three-line inscription, Pararas only g…

SEG 60-1966. Onomastics. A family involved in trade in the 6th cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry A.W.Johnston, in Onomatologos 471-478, re-examines the evidence claimed for the existence of two families involved in trade in the 6th cent. B.C. While he urges caution in one case (see SEG 60 1802), he a…

SEG 62-845. Stratonikeia. Inscriptions, Hellenistic and Imperial periods.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry M.Aydaş, KST 32.4 (2011) 203, provides Turkish translations of SEG LIX 1251/1252 (honorary inscriptions), 1255 and 1257 (dedications), and 1258-1263 (epitaphs). Bibliography M. Aydaş, Kazı Sonuçları…

SEG 60-2031. Religion. Rituals.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Focusing on a selection of cult regulations, E.Stavrianopoulou, in Ritual and Communication 131-149, studies…

SEG 62-1353. Termessos (area of: Ovacık). Acclamations for Hermaios, late 3rd cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry SEG LI 1813. For an interpretation of several aspects of the inscription, in particular the acclamations, and for the office of εἰρηνάρχης, see our lemma no. 1916. Entry metadChaniotis, A., Corsten, T.,…

SEG 61-319. Aigion. Treaty between the Koinon of the Achaians and Koroneia, 4th/early 3rd cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry SEG XIV 375; XVI 291; LVII 411.* After a careful review of earlier suggestions for the location of Κορωνεῖ[ς] in L. 4, Y.A.Lolos, Sikyon 326, tentatively proposes aChaniotis, A., Corsten, T., Papazarka…

SEG 62-1811. Unknown provenance. Epitaph of the orator Dionysios from Iasos, 2nd cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry SEG LIII 2099; Puech, Orateurs -- (cf. SEG LII 1991) 233 no. 101. The text in SEG was based on a transcription in Latin majuscule letters by U.Rafaelli, Gazzetta di Zara 27 (1844) 138/139. Republished as an ineditum, by J.J.Martinović, op. cit. (see our lemma no. 394) …

SEG 61-64. Athens. Acounts of the poletai: sale of the confiscated property of the Hermokopidai, 415-413 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG I3 426. Meiggs-Lewis, GHI no. 79. SEG LII 52;* LIII 2144; LV 957; LVI 15; LVII 32; LVIII 28. After reprinting LL. 94-96, Papazarkadas, Land, 27 note 54, notes that the supplement of the Corpus ὀργά[δος] τὸ hέμ…
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