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Early Christian Families in Context: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue - David L. Balch, Carolyn Osiek. Religion compass early christian archaeology. The First Urban Churches 1: Methodological Foundations. State Library of Victoria, Access from home, Log in. Log in as a Library member In order to access ejournals, databases and ebooks from home, you need to be a Library member with a current State Library card.

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Sign up Conditions of access By logging in to use these databases from home, you have agreed to abide by the following conditions: Use of databases is governed by licence agreements between the publishers and the Library, and users are required to comply with the terms and conditions of the licences. Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions. Conceived and compiled by Tom Elliott (tom_elliott@unc.edu) for the ASGLE web site Copyright 1998 by Tom Elliott These lists may be used, reproduced and distributed for any academic purpose that does not generate profit so long as the title and authorship information, and the copyright notice, remain attached.

Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions

This page provides access to a series of lists containing abbreviations found in Latin inscriptions. The series represents a new compilation of such abbreviations, assembled from digital texts of all Latin inscriptions published in L’Année Épigraphique between 1888 and 1993. For a description of the methods used to compile these lists (and the limitations resulting therefrom) please see the Methods and Limitations section, below.

There are two sets of lists, one containing common abbreviations (those occurring more than 10 times in the inscriptions sampled), and another containing all the abbreviations that occur in the inscriptions sampled. Click on the letter to view the list: Handley inscriptions. LATIN SQUEEZE COLLECTION. ( ) = Number of copies [ ] = Number of pieces to squeeze Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) CIL I2 p. 64, VII - Fasti colotiani, 44-11 BCCIL I2 p. 65, VIII - Fasti Biondiani, 40-11 BCCIL I2 pp. 76-77, XVIIII: Tabula Triumphorum Barberiniana, 42-20 BC [4]CIL I2 pp. 231-232, 239a: - Fasti Praenestini, January 1-3, 6-15, 20-24 + uncertain fragment [4]CIL I2 p. 242 - Fasti Vaticani, AD 15-31 or 34CIL I2 12 - Sarcophagus for L.

LATIN SQUEEZE COLLECTION

Cornelius Scipio, 167 BC [2]CIL I2 15 II and III - Monument in three parts for Cn. 'the Dated Inscriptions Of The Catacombs By The Bishop Of Clifton. - from the Tablet Archive. Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions : Egbert, J. C. (James Chidester), 1859-1948. eBook and Texts > Canadian Libraries > University of Toronto - Robarts Library > Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions View the book (~496 pg)Read Online (22.6 M)PDF (21.0 M)B/W PDF (1.3 M)EPUB(~496 pg)Kindle(~496 pg)Daisy (875.9 K)Full Text (14.2 M)DjVu All Files: HTTPS Torrent (2/0) Help reading texts Resources Bookmark Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions ([1896]) fullscreen.

Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions : Egbert, J. C. (James Chidester), 1859-1948

London Palaeography Summer School. The London International Palaeography Summer School is a series of intensive courses in Palaeography and Manuscript Studies.

London Palaeography Summer School

Courses range from a half to two days duration and are given by experts in their respective fields from a wide range of institutions. Subject areas include Latin palaeography, English, German and Greek palaeography, history of scripts, illuminated manuscripts, codicology, vernacular editing and liturgical and devotional manuscripts. The Summer School is hosted by the Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies with the co-operation of the British Library, the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House Library, the Warburg Institute, University College, King's College London and the Victoria and Albert Museum. London International Palaeography Summer School 2014. Vindolanda Tablets Online. Épigraphie latine.

Roman cursive writing .. : Van Hoesen, Henry Bartlett, 1885- eBook and Texts > Canadian Libraries > PIMS - University of Toronto > Roman cursive writing ..

Roman cursive writing .. : Van Hoesen, Henry Bartlett, 1885-

View the book (~338 pg)Read Online (21.8 M)PDF (15.0 M)B/W PDF (933.0 K)EPUB(~338 pg)Kindle(~338 pg)Daisy (606.5 K)Full Text (8.7 M)DjVu All Files: HTTPS Torrent (2/0) Help reading texts Resources Bookmark Roman cursive writing .. (1915) fullscreen Author: Van Hoesen, Henry Bartlett, 1885- Subject: Paleography, Latin; Latin language; Writing; Abbreviations, LatinPublisher: Princeton, Princeton university press; [etc., etc.] This book has an editable web page on Open Library. Description Be the first to write a review Downloaded 676 times Reviews Selected metadata. ‎cil.bbaw.de/pdf/reflections.pdf. Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Iberia - Late Antique and Early Medieval Inscriptions. Last updated 8 April 2013.

Iberia - Late Antique and Early Medieval Inscriptions

Items in red added since 1 January 2013. Database Hispania Epigraphica. Online database. Roman Inscriptions from the Iberian Peninsula. Other works Abascal Palazón, J.M., and Cebrián Fernández, R., “La inscripción métrica del Obispo Sefronius de Segobriga (IHC 165 + 398; ICERV 276): Una revisión cronológica”, Antigüedad y Cristianismo 23 (2006), pp. 283-294. Alavedra, S., “L’ara d’Altar paleocristiana de Sant Feliu del Racó o de Valrá – Castellar del Vallès (Barcelona)”, Faventia 2.2 (1980), pp. 109-114. Anedda, D., “La desaparecida inscripción de consagración de la iglesia de San Miguel de Escalada: un acercamiento prudente”, Antigüedad y Cristianismo 21 (2004), pp. 375-385.