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  • Archaeological Exploration of Sardis. Sardis: Greek and Latin Inscriptions Part II: Finds From 1958 to 2017

  • Author: Petzl, Georg

  • Publisher: Harvard University Press

  • ISBN: 9780674987265

  • Publication Date & Place: 2019 / İstanbul

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Archaeological Exploration of Sardis Monographs 14

225 pp, 475 halftones, 4 maps, hb, in English.

Ancient Sardis, the capital of Lydia, was of outstanding importance: in the Lydian period it held the residence of the kings and subsequently, under Persian rule, the satraps. Throughout antiquity it remained an administrative center. Travelers of modern times and archaeological excavations have revealed, from the city site and its surroundings, inscriptions written mostly in Greek, some in Latin. Their texts deal with all kinds of subjects: decrees, public honors, civil and sacred laws, letters, epitaphs, and more.

In the corpus “Sardis VII 1” (1932) W. H. Buckler and D. M. Robinson published all inscriptions (228 items) known up to 1922, after which year excavation at Sardis came to a halt because of the Greek–Turkish war. Since excavation resumed in 1958, a portion of the Greek and Latin inscriptions has been published in various, widely scattered places; another portion, containing important texts discovered during the last ten years, was until now unpublished. The aim of this monograph is to present in a comprehensive corpus the entire epigraphic harvest (485 items) made in Sardis and its territory since 1958. Each inscription is accompanied by a description of the monument, bibliography, translation, and commentary; indices, concordances, photographs, and maps complement the collection.

  • 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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