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Volume 5, 2022
Pp. 216

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Marco Tentori Montalto, Die Statuen von Olympia und die Triumphalrückkehr der Athleten in die Heimat: Neue Überlegungen zum Epigramm des Deinosthenes; Richard Last, A first-century Christian inscription? The Nobilis funerary altar (CIL XIII 1820) and a return to Alphonse De Boissieu; Michel Christol, Acteurs du quotidien municipal: les esclaves et les affranchis de la colonie à Sétif (Maurétanie Césarienne); Anna Willi, Inscriptions for inscribers: Texts on Roman writing equipment; Enrique Paredes Martín, De Constanzo a Hübner: la invención de dos miliarios (CIL II 4653-4654) y otros equívocos y problemas sobre los miliarios romanos de Santiago Bencáliz (Cáceres); Claudia Marchegiani, Antonino Nastasi, Francesco Tecca, Giulia Tozzi, Epigrafi antiche nel Castello di Santa Severa (Lazio); Marco Vitale, Nikolas Hächler, Anmerkungen zur Neudatierung der Tätigkeiten des a memoria Vibius Iolaus (CIL VI 41321) unter Severus Alexander (222-235n. Chr.); Nikolaos Papazarkadas, Poetical laments for women: Two unpublished epigrams from late Roman Boiotia; Nikos Tsivikis, Christian inscriptions from a third and fourth-century house church at Messene (Peloponnese).

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Volume 4, 2021
Pp. 228

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Dalia Pratali Maffei, Dedica onoraria per Gorgia di Lentini a Olimpia: un’analisi linguistica; Alcorac Alonso Déniz, Julián V. Méndez Dosuna, The mystery of the stolen wool: A neglected oracular enquiry from Dodona; Klaus Hallof, Zur apologhìa des Agonotheten Damon aus dem böotischen Delion; Peter Liddel, Polly Low, Two Megarian inscriptions at Brocklesby Park (UK); Jacqueline F. DiBiasie-Sammons, Line-drawings and the study of Campanian graffiti; Lincoln Blumell, Kerry Hull, Zakarias D. Gram, Eine griechische Votivinschrift aus dem römischen Kleinasien im Sankōkan-Museum der Tenri-Universität; Michael Zellmann-Rohrer, «The angel who guards and saves the souls of mankind»: A neglected Greek amulet; Hadrien Bru, Inscriptions d’Antioche de Pisidie dans les archives de l’Université du Michigan (Kelsey Museum, Ann Arbor); Babett Edelmann-Singer, Strategies of ascent? Reflections on transprovincial elite networks in the Roman East; Gaia Gianni, Mamma and tata: Considerations on social designations and family structure in Rome.

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Volume 3, 2020
Pp. 204

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Cédric Brélaz, Avant-propos; Silvia Orlandi, Latin language and digital epigraphy: diπerent approaches and multiple solutions; Giorgia Proietti, Two sides of destiny in war: Olbos and teleuté in IG I3 503-4 and Aeschylus’ Persians; Saimir Shpuza, Nicolas Tran, Un negotiator d’Aquilée mort à Dyrrachium; Hale Güney, A new Zeus epithet found in Northeast Phrygia: Zeus of the Cedar Tree; Sébastien Barbara, Un «hymne orphique» sur pierre pour Artémis Anaïtis?; Joy Rivault, Réglementations sur les conditions d’accès au temple et aux prêtres de Zeus Labraundos (I.Labraunda 60); Ergün Lafli, Stefano Magnani, Maurizio Buora, A new procurator vicesimae libertatis from Iconium in Lycaonia; Peter Rothenhöfer, Ein neuer Militärgrabstein aus Bonn; Michel Christol, Une fondation funéraire à Orange (Narbonnaise); Antonio E. Felle, Examples of ‘in-group’ epigraphic language: The very first inscriptions by Christians; Marie-Françoise Baslez, L’épitaphe de l’évêque Aberkios: les Écritures de foi dissimulées sous l’écriture civique; Dan Dana, Dominic Moreau, Slavtcho Kirov, Ioto Valeriev, Un protector issu de la legio Pannoniciana dans une épitaphe de Zaldapa (province de Scythie).

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Volume 2, 2019
Pp. 140

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Cédric Brélaz, Avant-propos; Eric W. Driscoll, The Milesian eponym list and the revolt of 412 B.C.; Olivier Curty, Le décret hellénistique en l'honneur du gymnasiarque Hègèmandros (Syll.3 1068); Eleni Fassa, Experiencing the divine as an active agent: listening gods and their 'aures' in Graeco-Roman Macedonia; Mustafa Adak, Eine Weihung an Potamos mit der Darstellung des Flussgottes Tembris; Lincoln H. Blumell, Kerry Hull, Two Greek epitaphs from the Middle Eastern Cultural Center in Tokyo, Japan; Sabine Armani, Deux nouvelles inscriptions funéraires de Nîmes; Sergio España-Chamorro, María Limón Belén, Una estela latina votiva de Moesia dedicada a seis divinidades; Romeo Dell'Era, Quentin Milliet, Isabelle Montani, Éric G. Sapin, Application of forensic photogrammetry and 3D modelling to improve epigraphic reading: study of the Roman altar of Gravesano (Ticino, Switzerland).

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Volume 1, 2018
Pp. 236

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Cédric Brélaz, Foreword; Angelos Chaniotis, Who wants to study inscriptions? Greek inscriptions in the poetic work of C. P. Cavafy; Alison E. Cooley, New approaches to the epigraphy of the Roman world; Lorenzo Calvelli, Cutting-edge stonecutters. Two important meetings set a new agenda for epigraphy; Andrzej S. Chankowski, Torch races in the Hellenistic world: the influence of an Athenian institution?; Marco Tentori Montalto, The epigram for the fallen warrior Deinias (CEG 661): epigrammatic habit and culture militaire in Akarnania during the Hellenistic period; Jonathan Prag, A new bronze honorific inscription from Halaesa, Sicily, in two copies; Anne Versloot, The 'lost' stelai of Zakynthos. The significant value of rediscovered epigraphical/archaeological objects; Heikki Solin, On the use of Latin names in Asia Minor. A case study; Alan H. Cadwallader, Bodily display and epigraphical confession at the Sanctuary of Apollo Lairbenos: an examination of emotional responses; Ivo Topalilov, A note on a sailor's funeral stele from Philippopolis, Thrace; Donato Fasolini, The 'profession' of Agathopus and the inscription CIL II 2431: an iconographic question.

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