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Inscriptions and the epigraphic habit the epigraphic cultures of Greece, Rome, and beyond

Title
Inscriptions and the epigraphic habit [electronic resource] : the epigraphic cultures of Greece, Rome, and beyond / edited by Rebecca R. Benefiel, Catherine M. Keesling.
ISBN
9789004683129
9004683127
9789004683112
Publication
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2024]
Physical Description
1 online resource ( xxiii, 366 pages) : illustrations, maps.
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Notes
Electronic reproduction. Leiden, Netherlands Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 15, 2023).
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Variant and related titles
Epigraphic cultures of Greece, Rome, and beyond
Other formats
Print version : Inscriptions and the epigraphic habit Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2024]
Format
Books / Online
Language
English
Added to Catalog
May 09, 2024
Series
Brill studies in Greek and Roman epigraphy ; v. 20.
Brill studies in Greek and Roman epigraphy ; volume 20
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and indices.
Contents
Preface / Catherine M. Keesling and Rebecca R. Benefiel
Epigraphic culture and the epigraphic mode / John Bodel
Reader-oriented strategies in attic funerary monuments from the fourth century BCE / Caterina A. Stripeikis
Artemis Kindyas and the traveling tombs of Bargylia / Jan-Mathieu Carbon
Roman voting tribes, citizenship, and epigraphic habit : the case study of Hispania citerior / Marta Fernández-Corral
The epigraphic habit of the Northwestern Black Sea Region during the Roman period / Joanna Porucznik
A deceptively simple ritual : libation in Greek inscriptions / Sebastian Zerhoch
The keepers of the Agora : contracts and the office of Agoranomos in the epigraphic record / Susan Rahyab
Writing on columns : graffiti in the campus of Pompeii / Rebecca R. Benefiel and Holly M. Sypniewski
The fictores and the epigraphic habit in the Atrium Vestae / Morgan E. Palmer
Viae Appiae multorum annorum negotians : place in merchant funerary inscriptions / Jane Sancinito
Servi empticii and manumission in the Roman municipal familia publica / Jeffrey A. Easton
Epigraphic permanence and ephemerality : the Augusteum Assemblage and memory construction at Ostia's Caserma dei Vigili / Kathryn A. Langenfeld
New evidence for slave names and social mobility in archaic Greece / Cameron G. Pearson
Curse-writing and the epigraphic habit in Athens / Jessica L. Lamont
Semitic loanwords and transcriptions in the Greek epigraphy of Judaea-Palestine / Michael Zellmann-Rohrer
The epigraphic habit in a Pompeian house : rules of good manners / Gianmarco Bianchini and Gian Luca Gregori
May the thief become as liquid as water : persuasion and power in a curse tablet from Roman Bath / Sarah Brucia Breitenfeld
Conclusion: Epigraphic Habits and Epigraphic Communities / Elizabeth A. Meyer.
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