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Open Access Journal: Philology

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Philology
ISSN: 2297-2625 (Print)
Philology is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of human traditions as they emerge from oral, written, carved, painted, digital, performed, ancient, contemporary texts. The journal aspires to challenge and reformulate the expression of philological studies in the present day. We propose that the contemporary world be understood in its multicultural complexity, and thus that philology be re-founded as a relevant social science. To this end, we encourage constant dialogue with the methodologies of other disciplines, including linguistics, cultural anthropology, archaeology, paleoethnology, genetics and cultural biology. Philology promotes all efforts to go beyond the traditional boundaries of our habitual fields of enquiry, with the purpose of accomplishing anti-dogmatic and unprejudiced tools for facing the challenges of contemporaneity. The journal is open to a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches, from the study of linguistic evolution to literary interpretation, from textual criticism to the investigation of texts and ethnotexts, from etymological reconstructions to the cognitive analyses of archaeological facies. Philological problems exist in the grammar of signs inscribed on a prehistoric stone or a shamanic drum no less than they do in the transmission of a text from one old manuscript to another.

      Attic Inscriptions Online News

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      Attic Inscriptions Online News
      1 July 2019: We publish today AIUK 5 (Lyme Park) and AIUK 6 (Leeds City Museum), with new editions of IG II2 10817, 6999, 11132 and 9186. We also publish new Greek texts (from autopsy) and annotated translations of the five post-Sullan monuments inscribed with decrees of the Council and Assembly honouring ephebes, together with the associated AIO Papers 11: AIO 1798, 1836, 924 [with video], 1838, 1837; further translations of Hellenistic ephebic dedications, IG II3 4, 357 - 364 and 375; translations of the 34 dedications by Attic associations, IG II3 4, 631 - 664 (new suggestions on 635, 646, 650), along with revisions to the notes on IG II3 4, 18. We have lightly revised the Hellenistic honorific decrees from Rhamnous, adding Greek texts where needed and notes: I Rhamnous 1 (date), 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 17. We also release further Greek texts (minor new readings) and translations of decrees of v BC: IG I3 12, 13, 15a, 15b-c, 15d, 16, along with light revisions to the notes on IG I3 11 and 14. For a list of the 58 new translations published today see Publication 1 July 2019. We have also released an API and launched a crowdfunding campaign.

      Archéologie des Conflits / Archéologie en Conflit: Documenter la Destruction au Moyen-Orient et en Asie CentraleArchaeology of Conflict / Archaeology in Conflict: Documenting Destruction of Cultural Heritage in the Middle-East and Central Asia

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      Archéologie des Conflits / Archéologie en Conflit: Documenter la Destruction au Moyen-Orient et en Asie CentraleArchaeology of Conflict / Archaeology in Conflict: Documenting Destruction of Cultural Heritage in the Middle-East and Central Asia
      Actes du Colloque International de Paris
      INHA, 2 & 3 Nov. 2017
      Édités par / Edited by Julie Bessenay-Prolonge, Jean-Jacques Herr, Mathilde Mura avec la collaboration de Amaury Havé
      Paris, juin 2019
      Sommaire

      Section 1

      Le patrimoine des pays en guerre : législations, institutions et enjeux
      Cultural Heritage during Armed Conflicts : Laws, Institutions, Issues

      Vanessa Rose
      La protection internationale du patrimoine archéologique de 1954 à aujourd’hui
      Avancées et limites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
      Shaker Al Shbib
      La préservation du patrimoine syrien pendant le conflit
      Les défis et les mesures d’urgence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
      Jérémie Schiettecatte
      Yémen. Un patrimoine vandalisé dans un pays en proie au chaos
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
      Gaëlle Theডvenin
      Archaeologists in Gaza
      Study an endangered heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

      Section 2

      Archéologie de la destruction : approches historiographiques
      The Archaeology of Destruction : Historiographical Approaches

      Zoé Vannier
      L’évacuation et la gestion du département des Antiquités orientales du musée du Louvre pendant la
      Seconde Guerre mondiale
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
      Benoît Labbey & Jan Veron
      Archéologie de la bataille de Normandie (6 juin-29 août 1944)
      L’exemple du site d’Hérouvillette, RD 513. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
      Salvatore Garfi
      Archaeology and Memory, and the International Brigades, in a Battlescape of the Spanish Civil War
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
      Johnny Samuele Baldi
      Picturing concrete matters
      an archaeography of Lebanese destroyed family homes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

      Mohamed Abdelaziz Metallaoui
      L’utilisation de la destruction comme instrument politico-militaire
      Cas de la démolition de la basse Casbah d’Alger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183

      Section 3

      La destruction au Proche-Orient et en Asie Centrale : études de cas
      Destructions in the Middle East and Central Asia : Case Studies

      Pascal Butterlin & Mathilde Mura
      Mari et la crise syrienne
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
      Ilaria Calini, Jean-Jacquॸ Herr, Maria Grazia Masetti-Rouault
      Craters at Qasr Shemamok (Kurdistan, Iraq)
      opportunities and problems for excavations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225
      Karel Novaডc঩ek
      Mosul : systematic annihilation of a city’s architectural heritage, its analysis and post-crisis management
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249

      Section 4

      Quelle archéologie en post-conflit ? Méthodologies, technologies pour l’avenir
      Post-Conflict Archaeology ? Methodological and Technological Perspectives for the Future
      Allison E. Cuneo, Michael D. Danti
      Tracking Heritage Loss in the Mids of Armed Conflict
      The Asor Cultural Heritage Initiatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
      Mathilde Mura
      Documenting Military Occupation on Archaeological Sites
      From the Impacts on Ancient Remains to Modern Conflict Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285
      Lucie Robert
      Pour une conservation préventive de post-conflit

      Réflexions sur le devenir d’un patrimoine en crise, à partir des collections archéologiques de la Délégation Ar-
      chéologique Française en Afghanistan (DAFA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301

      Contributeurs / Contributors
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      Quelques mots sur / About Routes de l’Orient
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      Digital Analysis of Syriac Handwriting

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      Digital Analysis of Syriac Handwriting
      A digital paleography project that displays folia from 90% of surviving Syriac manuscripts securely dated before the twelfth century and generates custom designed script charts.
      The Digital Analysis of Syriac Handwriting (DASH) project began in 2010 as a collaboration between a professor of religious studies, a professor of computer science, and an engineering major in search of a senior thesis. In recent years, it has expanded to include a professor of visual analytics as an additional principal collaborator, researchers from Duke, UC Davis, Notre Dame, and Belgium as consultants, and over 30 undergraduate and graduate research assistants. The project has received support from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the American Academy of Religion, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and Stanford University.
      This digital paleography project uses ancient manuscripts written in the Aramaic dialect of Syriac as a case study for exploring how recent advances in the digital analysis of handwriting can help scholars better ascertain a manuscript’s provenance, identify manuscripts written by the same scribe, and trace out the chronological development of ancient scripts. Although the initial project goal is to substantially advance our understanding of Syriac Christianity, its larger effect is providing a platform and a model for similar ventures in other languages such as Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Sanskrit. At present, the project consists of a core image database along with three project trajectories that utilize this data.
      Contact 
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      Open Access Australasian Society for Classical Studies Proceedings

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       [First posted in AWOL 28 July 2010, updated  3 July 20159]


      Australasian Society for Classical Studies (ASCS) Conference Proceedings
      http://www.ascs.org.au/ascs_header_left.gif

      The Society aims at the advancement of the study of ancient Greece and Rome and related fields.
      Following the ASCS tradition to publish a limited number of papers presented at the annual conference on the society’s website, we are pleased to announce that the papers from ASCS 33 (2012) are now available, edited by Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides.
      ASCS 33 (2012) are now available, edited by Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides.
      The link below will take you to the abstracts of papers presented at the ASCS 33 conference in Melbourne in 2012:

      ASCS 32
      These SelectedProceedings consist of 30 papers originally presented at the University of Auckland, 24-27 January 2011, edited by Assoc. Prof. Anne Mackay.

      ASCS 31
      The Proceedings of the Conference, containing 29 of the papers delivered, were edited, after a refereeing process, and produced in electronic format by Dr Neil O'Sullivan. They are available online at

      Open Access Journal: Cahiers d'archéologie fribourgeoise = Freiburger Hefte für Archäologie

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      [First posted in AWOL 18 Decemnber 2014, updated 3 July 2019]

      Cahiers d'archéologie fribourgeoise = Freiburger Hefte für Archäologie
      ISSN: 1423-8756
      As successor to the Chroniques Archéologiques, edited between 1984 and 1997, the Cahiers d'Archéologie Fribourgeoise present the results of excavations that took place in the Canton of Fribourg as well as the various activities of the Archaeology Department of the State of Fribourg. Since 1999, this yearly publication contains a series of richly illustrated articles and thematic reports in French or in German

      1. Volume 18 (2016)
      2. Volume 17 (2015)
      3. Volume 16 (2014)
      4. Volume 15 (2013)
      5. Volume 14 (2012)
      6. Volume 13 (2011)
      7. Volume 12 (2010)
      8. Volume 11 (2009)
      9. Volume 10 (2008)
      10. Volume 9 (2007)
      11. Volume 8 (2006)
      12. Volume 7 (2005)
      13. Volume 6 (2004)
      14. Volume 5 (2003)
      15. Volume 4 (2002)
      16. Volume 3 (2001)
      17. Volume 2 (2000)
      Formerly: Chronique archéologique = Archäologischer Fundberich
      ISSN:1420-4614

      1. Volume - (1996)
      2. Volume - (1995)
      3. Volume - (1994)
      4. Volume - (1993)
      5. Volume - (1989-1992)
      6. Volume - (1987-1988)
      7. Volume - (1986)
      8. Volume - (1985)
      9. Volume - (1984)
      10. Volume - (1983)
      11. Volume - (1980-1982)

      Open Access Monograph Series: Ivories from Nimrud

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       [First posted in AWOL 9 June 2014, updated 3 July 2019]

      Ivories from Nimrud

      Equestrian Bridle-Harness Ornaments: Catalogue & Plates

      Front cover of IN 1/2
      Author: J.J. Orchard
      Volume: I/2
      1967
      Format: x+48 pp., 46 pls., hardback
      Price: £9.95

      Ivories in the Assyrian Style

      Front cover of IN 2
      Author: M.E.L. Mallowan & L.G. Davies
      Volume: II
      1970
      Format: v + 60 pp., 46 pl., hardback
      Notes: Out of print.
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      Ivories in the Assyrian Style

      Furniture from SW 7, Fort Shalmaneser

      Front cover of IN 3
      Author: M.E.L. Mallowan & G. Herrmann
      Volume: III
      1974
      Format: 120 pp., 111 pls., hardback
      ISBN: 0-903472-02-3
      Price: £9.95

      Ivories from Room SW 37, Fort Shalmaneser, part I

      Front cover of IN 4/1
      Author: G. Herrmann
      Volume: IV/1
      1986
      Format: 276 pp, hardback
      ISBN: 0-903472-10-4

      Ivories from Room SW 37, Fort Shalmaneser, part 2

      Front cover of IN 4/2
      Author: G. Herrmann
      Volume: IV/2
      1986
      Format: 472 pls., hardback
      Notes: Plates. Out of print.
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      Ivories from Room SW 37 Fort Shalmaneser part 2

      The Small Collections from Fort Shalmaneser

      Author: G. Herrmann
      Volume: V
      1992
      Format: xiv + 145 pp., 104 pls., hardback
      ISBN: 0-903472-12-0
      Price: £19.95

      Ivories from the North West Palace (1845-1992)

      The front cover of Ivories from Nimrud, vol. VI
      Author: G. Herrmann, S. Laidlaw & H. Coffey
      Volume: VI
      2009
      Format: 168 + 138 pp, 138 b/w, 24 colour plates, hardback
      ISBN: 9780903472265
      Price: £75.00
      Notes:
      The great, ninth century palace which Ashurnasirpal II (883-859) built at his new capital of Kalhu/Nimrud has been excavated over 150 years by various expeditions. Each has been rewarded with remarkable antiquities, including the finest ivories found in the ancient Near East, many of which had been brought to Kalhu by the Assyrian kings. The first ivories were discovered by Austen Henry Layard, followed a century later by Max Mallowan, who found superb ivories in Well NN. Neither Layard nor Mallowan was able to empty Well AJ: this was achieved by the Iraqi Department of Antiquities and Heritage, who retrieved arguably the finest pieces found at Nimrud. Finally, an interesting collection of ivory and bone tubes was found by Muzahim Mahmud, the discoverer of the famous Royal Tombs, in Well 4.
      This volume publishes for the first time the majority of the ivories found in the Palace by location. These include superb examples carved in Assyria proper and across the Levant from North Syria to Phoenicia and provide an outstanding illustration of the minor arts of the early first millennium. In addition ivories found in the Central Palace of Tiglath-pileser III and fragmentary pieces found in the domestic contexts of the Town Wall Houses are also included.
      In addition to a detailed catalogue, this book also aims to assess the present state of ivory studies, discussing the political situation in the Levant, the excavation of the palace, the history of study, the various style-groups of ivories and their possible time and place of production. This volume is the sixth in the Ivories from Nimrud series published by BISI.

      Ivories from Rooms SW11/12 and T10 Fort Shalmaneser, parts 1-2

      Front cover of IN 7/1
      Author: G. Herrmann and S. Laidlaw
      Volume: VII/1-2
      2013
      Format: Hardback, 2 vols.
      ISBN: 9780903472296
      Price: £90.00
      Notes:
      The attached PDF contains the text of volume I: Chapters 1-6 and the Appendices. The full contents, including the Catalogue and Colour & Black and White Plates, are available as print only and can be ordered from Oxbow Books for £90.00. BISI members receive a 20% discount. 
      About Ivories from Nimrud VII - The Lost Art of the Phoenicians 
      Fifty years have passed since the British School of Archaeology in Iraq raised the last ivory from the soil of Fort Shalmaneser. Literally thousands were found, many of which have already been published in Ivories from Nimrud I-V, while VI recorded the outstanding pieces from the North West Palace. Ivories from Nimrud VII, Ivories from Rooms SW11/12 and T10 completes the publication of the assemblages in the Fort, as far as records permit. The ivories of Room SW11/12 are similar in character to those of Room SW37 and probably represent another consignment of booty, while those of T10 in the Throne Room block include pieces from all four traditions, as well as some entirely new ones.

      With the primary publication completed, it is now possible to look at these remarkable ivories as a whole rather than studying them by prov­enance, as is discussed in detail in the Commentary. Not surprisingly, it immediately becomes apparent that the majority can be assigned to the Phoenician tradition. There are at least twice as many Phoenician ivo­ries than the other Levantine and Assyrian ivories. They form therefore an incredible archive, recording the lost art of the Phoenicians, long famed as master craftsmen.

      The Phoenician ivories can be divided into two; the finest, the Clas­sic Phoenician, often embellished with delicate, jewel-like inlays, and the other examples still clearly Phoenician in style and subject. While the Classic pieces were probably carved in a single centre, possibly Tyre or Sidon, the others would have been carved in a variety of dif­ferent Phoenician centres, located along the Mediterranean seaboard.

      Designs on Syrian-Intermediate ivories are versions of some Phoe­nician subjects, employing different proportions and styles. They may represent the art of the recently-arrived Aramaean kingdoms, copying their sophisticated neighbours, while North Syrian ivories are entirely different in subject and character and derive from earlier Hittite traditions.

      The ivories found at Nimrud present a unique resource for studying the minor arts of the Levantine world.
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      Ivories from Rooms SW11/12 and T10 Fort Shalmaneser


      Grammatici disiecti: Sources fragmentaires pour l’histoire de la grammaire latine

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      Grammatici disiecti: Sources fragmentaires pour l’histoire de la grammaire latine
      Grammatici disiecti
      “Grammatici disiecti. Sources fragmentaires pour l’histoire de la grammaire latine” est un carnet de recherche dédié à rassembler, pour la première fois, tous les textes grammaticaux latins qui sont préservés uniquement sous forme fragmentaire. Notre but principal est de publier des fiches bio-bibliographiques des auteurs de ces textes, qu’ils soient grammairiens, professeurs, érudits ou autres, quels que soient leur statut social et leur activité principale. Une nouvelle édition de ce corpus est en préparation pour l’éditeur Les Belles Lettres – Collection des Universités de France, sous la direction d’Alessandro Garcea (Sorbonne Université).


      “Grammatici disiecti. Fragmentary sources for the history of Latin grammar” is a research blog dedicated to gathering, for the first time, all Latin grammatical texts which are preserved exclusively in fragmentary form. Our primary purpose is to publish bio-bibliographical sketches of the authors of such texts, be they grammarians, teachers, erudite writers or any other author who may have written works on grammar, regardless of their position in society or their linguistic activity. A new edition of this corpus is preparation for Les Belles Lettres editions – Collection des Universités de France, under the direction of Alessandro Garcea (Sorbonne Université).



      Liste des grammairiens


      Cette liste comporte l’ensemble des sources grammaticales latines conservées sous forme fragmentaire et comprises entre les siècles IIIᵉ av. J.-C. et Vᵉ ap. J.-C., avec l’indication des outils bibliographiques de référence et des éditions existantes.

      Les fiches bio-bibliographiques complètes, quand elles sont disponibles, peuvent être visualisées à partir du nom du grammairien. Les rubriques “Archives” et “Mots-Clefs” y donnent un accès direct.

      Accius, Lucius saec. II/I a. Chr.Pisaurium F. Marx, ‘Accius 1’, RE i/1 (1893), 142-147; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 246-247; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 136-137; W.-L. Liebermann, BNP. GRFF, 22-32.Dangel (1995), 252-260 (ex didascalicis et pragmaticis)
      Aelius Melissus saec. II in. p. Chr. (?)(?) P. von Rohden, ‘Aelius 93’, RE i/1 (1893), 525; P. Wessner, RE Suppl. iv (1924), 8; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 69; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; PIR² i (1933), A 222. ap. Gell. 18,6
      Aelius Stilo, Lucius saec. II/I a. Chr.Lanuuium Suringar (1834-1835), i, 26-29, 39-41; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251-252; G. Goetz, ‘Aelius 144’, RE i/1 (1893), 532-533; G. Goetz, RESuppl. i (1903), 15; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 276-278; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 232-234; Kaster (1995), 68-70; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 192; R.A. Kaster, ‘Aelius ii.20’, BNP. van Heusde (1839), 62-81.Egger (1843), 2-13.
      GRFF, 51-76.
      frg. 19 Funaioli = T1 Garbarino
      Aemilius Asper saec. II p. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 75-78; G. Goetz, ‘Aemilius 29’, RE i/1 (1893), 547; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 137-138; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 161-162; PIR² i (1933), A 335; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 443; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Wessner (1905), 44-50.
      Annaeus Cornutus, Lucius saec. I p. Chr.Leptis Magna (Africa) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 74-75; H. von Arnim, ‘Annaeus 5’, RE i/1 (1893), 2225-2226; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 253-254; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 676-679; PIR² i (1933), A 609; J. Leonhardt, ‘Annaeus 4’, BNP. Reppe (1906), 76-83.GRFM, 167-209.
      Antonius Gnipho, Marcus saec. II ex. / I in. a. Chr.Gallia Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 255; G. Goetz, ‘Antonius 59’, RE i/1 (1893), 2618-2619; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 301-302; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 579; Christes (1979), 21-25; Kaster (1995), 116-117; R.A. Kaster, ‘Antonius i.12’, BNP. GRFF, 98-100.
      Antonius Panurgus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 151; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 382; W. Aly, RE xviii/3 (1949), 871; Christes (1979), 91-92. GRFF, 481-482.
      Antonius Rufus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. G. Goetz, ‘Antonius 94’, RE i/2 (1894), 2637; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 118; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 382; PIR² i (1933), A 869. GRFF, 508-509.
      Ap(p)uleius, Lucius saec. I a. med. Chr.(?) E. Klebs, ‘Appuleius 12’, RE ii/1 (1895), 258; Kaster (1995), 84; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 10. ap. Suet. gramm. 3,5GRFF, xiii.
      Apion saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Oasis (Aegyptus) L. Cohn, ‘Apion 3’, RE i/2 (1894), 2803-2806; PIR² i (1933), A 918; F. Montanari, BNP. GRFM, 25-28.Γλῶσσαι Ὁμηρικαί, ed. Neitzel (1977).
      Aristius Fuscus, Marcus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma E. Klebs, ‘Aristius 2’, RE ii/1 (1895), 906; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 79; PIR² i (1933), A 1048; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, §. 320 [p. 293 and n. 2]; K.-L. Elvers, ‘Aristius 2’, DNP ii (1997), 1104. GRFF, 507.GRFF p. 492 (olim Aufustius frg. 1, nobis Fuscus frg.)
      Arruntius Celsus saec. II p. Chr.?inc. loc. Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 66-67; G. Goetz, ‘Arruntius 16’, RE ii/1 (1895), 1265; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 99-100; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; PLRE i (1971), 194 ‘Arruntius 6’; Kaster (1988), 390; P. Gatti, ‘Arruntius ii.9, BNP. Suringar (1834-1835), i, 97-98, ii, 159-166.Froehde (1892), 637-639.
      Wessner (1905), 14-15.
      Marx (1915).
      GRFM, 44-46.
      Artorius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) E. Klebs, ‘Artorius 1’, RE ii/2 (1896), 1461; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 151; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 364; PIR² i (1933), A 1189. GRFF, 480-481.
      Asconius Pedianus, Quintus saec. I med. p. Chr.Padua G. Wissowa, ‘Asconius 3’, RE ii/2 (1896), 1524-1527; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 244-246; PIR² i (1933), A 1206; C. Kugelmeier, BNP. GRFM, 155-166.
      Asinius Pollio, Gaius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 60-61; P. Groebe, ‘Asinius 25’, RE ii/2 (1896), 1589-1602; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 16-19; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 24-30; PIR² i (1933), A 1240; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Asinius i.4’, BNP. GRFF, 493-502.frg. 2. 5 Funaioli = epist. frg. 13. 15 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 139 + frg. 14)
      frg. 3 Funaioli = or. frg. 19 Malcovati⁴ (n° 174)
      cf. Garbarino p. 107
      Ateius Praetextatus, Lucius saec. I a. Chr.Athenae (Graecia) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 255-256; G. Goetz, ‘Ateius 11’, RE ii/2 (1896), 1910-1911; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 508; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 580-581; Christes (1979), 43-48; Kaster (1995), 138-139; R.A. Kaster, ‘Ateius 5’, BNP. Egger (1843), 61-63.GRFF, 136-141.
      auctor ad Herennium saec. I in. a. Chr.(?) Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 588-589. GRFF, 417.
      Aufustius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. G. Goetz, ‘Aufustius 1’, RE ii/2 (1896), 2299; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 465; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 603. GRFF, 491-493.
      Aulus Ofilius saec. I ex. a. Chr.(?) T. Giaro, BNP. Lenel (1899), i, 795-864.GRFM, 392-393.
      Aurelius Opillus saec. II/I a. Chr.inc. loc. Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 254; G. Goetz, ‘Aurelius 176’, RE ii/2 (1896), 2514; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 301; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 578-579; Christes (1979), 17-20; Kaster (1995), 110-112; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 193.2; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Egger (1843), 27-31.GRFF, 86-95.
      GRFM, 385-386
      Autrico saec. II/I a. Chr.(Hispania?) C. Hosius, RESuppl. v (1931), 56; Christes (1979), 20-21; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 19. ap. Fronto epist. 1,7,4 p. 15,13 vdH².GRFM, 389-390.
      Caecilius Epirota, Quintus saec. I med. a. Chr.Tusculum A. Stein, ‘Caecilius 53’, RE iii/1 (1897), 1201; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 150; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 379-380; PIR² ii (1936), C 42; Christes (1979), 61-64; Kaster (1995), 182-183. GRFF, xxiii-xxiv.
      Caesellius Vindex saec. I p. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 68-71; G. Goetz, ‘Caesellius 2’, RE iii/1 (1897), 1305-1306; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 67; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 154-156; PIR² ii (1936), C 167; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 434; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Vitale, Studi e Ricerche dell’Istituto di Latino, 1 (1977), 221-258.
      Caesius Bassus saec. I med. p. Chr. F.J.M. Consbruch, ‘Caesius 17’, RE iii/1 (1897), 1313-1316; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 272-273; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 484-486; PIR² ii (1936), C 192; J. Leonhardt, ‘Caesius ii.8’, BNP. GL vi, 255-272.GRFM, 124-155.
      Caper, Flauius saec. II/III in. p. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 89-90;  Goetz, RE iii/2 (1899), 1506-1508; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 138-139; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 163-164; PIR² iii (1943), F 231; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 438; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Flauius ii.14’, BNP. Keil, G. (1889), 254-268.
      Carminius saec. II uel IV p. Chr. (?)(?) W. Kroll, ‘Carminius 9’, RESuppl. iii (1918), 235; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 100; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1914²-1920), i, 180; Kaster (1988), 389; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Carminius 6’, BNP.
      Caruilius Pictor saec. I in. p. Chr.(?) G. Wissowa, ‘Caruilius 11’, RE iii/2 (1899), 1631; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 26; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 97-98; PIR² ii (1936), C 454. GRFF, 543.cf. Blänsdorf p. 260-261
      Caruilius, Spurius saec. III med a. Chr.Roma G. Goetz, ‘Caruilius 5’, RE iii/2 (1899), 1629; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 233; K.-L. Elvers, ‘Caruilius 2’, BNP. GRFF, 3.
      Celadus saec. I in. p. Chr.(?) A. Stein, ‘Κέλαδος 2’, RE iii/2 (1899), 1866-1867; E. Groag, ‘Celadus 3’, RE iii/2 (1899), 1867; PIR² ii (1936), C 616; Christes (1979), 96-97; D. Kienast, BNP. GRFM, 113.
      Cincius, Lucius saec. I ex. a. Chr.(?) G. Wissowa, ‘Cincius 3’, RE iii/2 (1899), 2555-2556; C. Cichorius, ‘Cincius 5’, RE iii/2 (1899), 2556-2557; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 218; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 175-176; W. Kierdof, ‘Cincius 1’, BNP. Egger (1843), 34-39.GRFF, 371-382.
      frg. 1-6. 8-10. 15-19. 20-35 Huschke⁶
      frg. 31. 33-34 desuntin Funaioli
      Claranus saec. I med. p. Chr.inc. loc. A. Stein, ‘Claranus 2’, RE iii/2 (1899), 2627; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 339-340; Schanz–Hosius (19274-19354) ii4, 155; PIR² ii (1936), C 746. GRFM, 342-343.
      Claudius Caesar saec. I med. p. Chr.Lugdunum (Gallia) A. Gaheis, ‘Claudius 256’, RE iii (1899), 2836-2839; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 216-218; Schanz–Hosius (19274-19354), ii, 424-427; W. Eck, ‘Claudius iii.1’, BNP. GRFM, 57-68.
      Claudius Didymus saec. I med. p Chr.(?) L. Cohn., ‘Didymos 10’, RE v/1 (1903), 473; PIR² ii (1936), C 850; Christes (1979), 104-105; F. Montanari, ‘Didymus 3’, BNP. GRFM, 102-113.
      Cloatius Verus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma G. Goetz, ‘Cloatius 2’, RE iv/1 (1900), 61-62; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 150; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 381; PIR² ii (1936), C 1150; R.A. Kaster, BNP. Egger (1843), 31-34.GRFF, 467-473.
      Clodius Tuscus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. (?)(?) G. Wissowa, ‘Clodius 61’, RE iv/1 (1900), 104; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 151; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 381-382; PIR² ii (1936), C 1190; C. Walde, ‘Clodius iii.4’, BNP. GRFF, 467.
      Clodius, Seruius saec. II/I a. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251-252; G. Goetz, ‘Clodius 11’, RE iv/1 (1900), 65; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 302-303; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 585; Kaster (1995), 70-72; A. Glock, ‘Clodius i.6’, BNP. van Heusde (1839), 82-83.Egger (1843), 14-15.
      GRFF, 95-98.
      Cornelius saec. I in. a. Chr.(?) W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 20. ap. Varro ling. 7,39GRFF, 105.
      Cornelius Balbus, Lucius saec. I a. Chr.Gades (Hispania) E. Groag, ‘Cornelius 70’, RE iv/1 (1900), 1268-1271; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 501; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 350-351, 585; K.-L. Elvers, ‘Cornelius i.7’, BNP. GRFF, 540-542.frg. 2 Funaioli = epist. inc. frg. 4 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 86)
      Cornelius Epicadus saec. I in. a. Chr.(Illyria?) G. Goetz, ‘Cornelius 150’, RE iv/1 (1900), 1311; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 302; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 581; Christes (1979), 49-52; Kaster (1995), 162; K.-L. Elvers, ‘Cornelius i.30’, BNP. GRFF, 103-105.
      Cornelius Nepos saec. I a. Chr.(Gallia Cisalpina?) G. Wissowa, ‘Cornelius 275’, RE iv/1 (1900), 1408-1417; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 455-462; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 351-361; U. Eigler, ‘Nepos 2’, BNP. HRR ii, 25-40.GRFF, 404-410.
      frg. 2. 4. 7. 37-38. 42-43. 53-56. 58-59. 61 Marshall
      Cornificius Longus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 260-261; G. Wissowa, ‘Cornificius 11’, RE iv/1 (1900), 1630-1631; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 499-500; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 310; PIR² ii (1936), C 1504; R.A. Kaster, ‘Cornificius 4’, BNP. GRFF, 473-480.
      Cosconius, Quintus saec. II a. Chr.(?) G. Goetz, ‘Cosconius 11’, RE iv/2 (1901), 1669-1670; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 302; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 584-585; K.-L. Elvers, Cosconius i.5’, BNP. GRFF, 108-110.
      Cotta, Lucius saec. I med. a. Chr. (?)(?) E. Klebs, ‘Aurelius 102’, RE ii/2 (1896), 2485-2487; Kaster (1995), 56. GRFF, 411.
      Crassicius Pasicles, Lucius saec. I ex. a. Chr.Tarentum G. Goetz, ‘Crassicius 2’, RE iv/2 (1901), 1681; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 150; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 379; PIR² ii (1936), C 1558; Christes (1979), 67-72; Kaster (1995), 196-203; R.A. Kaster, BNP. GRFF, 523-524.
      Curiatius saec. I med. a. Chr.(?) G. Wissowa, ‘Curiatius 1’, RE iv/2 (1901), 1831; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 586; PIR² ii (1936), C 1603. GRFF, 389-390.
      Curtius Nicias saec. I med. a. Chr.Cos
      (Graecia)
      F. Münzer, ‘Curtius 22’, RE iv/2 (1901), 1868-1869; F. Münzer, RESuppl. iii (1918), 266; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 468; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 581; Christes (1979), 55-56; PIR² v/3 (1987), N 84 Kaster (1995), 170-172; G. Damschen, ‘Nicias 9’, BNP. Berndt (1910).GRFF, 382-383.
      Didymus saec. I ex. a. Chr.Alexandria
      (Aegyptus)
      L. Cohn., ‘Didymos 8’, RE v (1905), 445-472; F. Montanari, ‘Didymus 1’, BNP. Lersch (1838-1841), i, 143-145.Schmidt (1854), 345-349.
      GRFF, 446-450.
      frg. 5 Funaioli = Didym. metrol. 2,86,27 Hultsch
      Domitius Balbus saec. I ex. a. Chr.(?)
      ap. Fronto epist. 1,7,4 p. 15,13 vdH².GRFM, 399-400.
      Domitius Insanus saec. I/II p. Chr.Roma Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 69; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 175. ap. Gell. 18,7,1
      Elys saec. I p. Chr. (?)(?)
      ap. Gell. 13,14,7GRFM, 341-342.
      Ennius, Quintus saec. III/II a. Chr.Rudiae O. Skutsch, ‘Ennius 3’, RE v/2 (1905), 2627-2628; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 195-196; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 97-98; Kaster (1995), 50-51; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 117 B, Cc; W. Suerbaum, ‘Ennius 1’, BNP. GRFF, 3-4.
      Ennius, Sextus saec. I in. a. Chr. (?)(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 303; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 97-98. GRFF, 101-103.scaen. frg. 378 Jocelyn
      Erucius Clarus, Sextus saec. II in p. Chr.(?) E. Groag, ‘Erucius 6’, RE vi/1 (1907), 553-555; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 80; E. Groag, RE Suppl. vii (1940), 199; PIR² iii (1943), E 94.
      Eutychius Proculus saec. II p. Chr.Sicca Veneria (Africa) A. Kappelmacher, ‘Eutychius 1’, RE vi/1 (1907), 1534-1535; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; PIR² iii (1943), E 131; P. Gatti, BNP.
      Fidus Optatus saec. I/II p. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 85-86; A. Stein, ‘Fidus 4’, RE vi/2 (1909), 2316; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 80; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 175; PIR² iii (1943), F 154. ap. Gell. 2,3,5
      Flauius Pudens Pomponianus, Publius saec. II/III p. Chr.Thamugadi (Numidia) A. Kappelmacher, ‘Flauius 157’, RE vi/2 (1909), 2609-2610; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; PIR² iii (1943), F 346; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 437. ap. Charisius p. 184,29 B.
      Gauius Bassus saec. I ex. a. Chr.Roma Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 510; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 585-586; G. Funaioli, ‘Gauius 11’, RE vii/1 (1910), 866-868; PIR² iv/1 (1952), G 95;  P.L. Schmidt, ‘Gauius i.2’, BNP Lersch (1864), 618-622.GRFF, 486-491.
      frg. 9 Funaioli = F1 Garbarino
      frg. inc. sed. 10 Funaioli = F3 Garbarino
      Helenius Acron saec. II ex. p. Chr.Roma Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 98-99; P. Wessner, RE vii/2 (1912), 2840-2844; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 165-167; PIR² iv/2 (1958), H 48; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 444; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Wessner (1905), 16-17.
      Herennius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 26; A. Stein, ‘Herennius 16’, RE viii/1 (1912), 665; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 97-98; PIR² iv/2 (1958), H 100. GRFF, 543.cf. Blänsdorf p. 260-261
      Hypsicrates saec. I ex. a. Chr.Amisus (Pontus) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 303; F. Jacoby, ‘Hypsikrates 1’, RE ix/1 (1914), 433-434; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 585; K. Meister, BNP. GRFF, 107-108.
      Iuba II saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. F. Jacoby, ‘Iuba 2’, RE ix/2 (1916), 2384-2395; PIR² iv/3 (1966), I 65; J. Fündling, ‘Juba 2’, BNP. GRFF, 451-456.
      Iulius Caesar, Gaius saec. I med. a. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 259; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 444-445; A. Klotz, ‘Iulius 131’, RE x/1 (1918), 262-264; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 334-335; J. Rüpke, ‘Caesar. ii. Literary’, BNP. Lersch (1838-1841), i, 129-140.Egger (1843), 41-46.
      Schlitte (1865) 13-19.
      GRFF, 143-157.
      GRFM, 386-387.
      Klotz (1927).
      Garcea (2012).
      frg. 31 Funaioli = poet. frg. 1 Blänsdorf
      Iulius Hyginus, Gaius saec. I med. a. Chr. / I in. p. Chr.(Hispania) Suringar (1834-1835), i, 264-266, ii, 172-184; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 63-65; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 145-149; E. Diehl – J. Tolkiehn, ‘Iulius 278’, RE x/1 (1918), 628-651; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 268-272; PIR² iv/3 (1966), I 357; Christes (1979), 72-82; Kaster (1995), 204-208; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Bunte (1846), 22-61.GRFF, 525-537.
      GRFM, 397.
      Iulius Modestus saec. I in. p. Chr.inc. loc. Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 65; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 206; G. Goetz, ‘Aufidius 30’, RE ii/2 (1986), 2294; J. Tolkiehn, ‘Iulius 363’, RE x/1 (1918), 680-681; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 730; PIR² iv/3 (1966), I 432; Christes (1979), 94-96; Kaster (1995), 213-214; R.A. Kaster, ‘Iulius iv.2’, BNP. GRFM, 9-23.
      Iulius Suauis, Gaius saec. I med. p. Chr.(?) A. Stein, ‘Iulius 500’, RE x/1 (1918), 840; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 741; PIR² iv/3 (1966), I 592. GRFM, 331-332.
      Laelius Archelaus, Quintus saec. I in. a. Chr. Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 278; P. Wessner, ‘Laelius 13’, RE xii/1 (1924), 414; Christes (1979), 8-10; Kaster (1995), 66-67; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 5. GRFF, 50-51.
      Laelius Hermas saec. I med. a. Chr.(?) F. Münzer, ‘Laelius 20’, RE xii/1 (1924), 417; Christes (1979), 48; Kaster (1995), 142. GRFF, xiv; 136-137.
      Lauinius, Publius saec. II p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 80; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; P. Wessner, ‘Lauinius 2’, RE xii/1 (1924), 1012; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. ap. Gell. 20,11,1
      Luranius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. (?)(?) Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 24; PIR² v/1 (1970), L 423. ap. Quint. inst. 9,4,38GRFF, 502-503.
      Lutatius Daphnis saec. II ex. / I in. a. Chr.Pisaurum F. Münzer, ‘Lutatius 15’, RE xiii/2 (1927), 2095; Christes (1979), 12-15; Kaster (1995), 82-83; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 9. GRFF, xiii-xiv.
      Macer saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr. (?)(?)
      ap. Prisc. GL 13,9GRFF, 525.
      Maecius Tarpa, Spurius saec. I med. a. Chr.Roma Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 480; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 586; F. Münzer, ‘Maecius 24’, RE xiv/1 (1928), 238; PIR² v/2 (1983), M 63; J. Fündling, ‘Maecius i.2’, BNP. GRFF, 411-412.
      Manilius, Lucius saec. I in. a. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 298-299; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 605-606; J. Fündling, ‘Manilius i.1’, BNP. GRFF, 84-85.carm. frg. 4. 6-7 Blänsdorf
      Melissus Maecenas, Gaius saec. I med. a. Chr. / I in. p. Chr.Spoletium Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 62-63; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 81-82; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 176-177; P. Wessner, RE xv/1 (1931), 532-534; Christes (1979), 86-91; PIR² v/2 (1983), M 38; Kaster (1995), 214-216; P.L. Schmidt ‘Melissus 3’, BNP. GRFF, 537-540.
      Nigidius Figulus, Publius saec. I med. a. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 253-254; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 345-346; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 552-554; W. Kroll, RE xvii/1 (1936), 200-212; P.L. Schmidt, BNP. Egger (1843), 50-58.Swoboda (1889).
      GRFF, 158-179.
      Nisus saec. I med. p. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 83-84; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 208; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 731; W. Kroll, ‘Nisus 2’, RE xvii/1 (1936), 760-761; PIR² v/3 (1987), N 105; P. Gatti, ‘Nisus ii.1’, BNP. GRFM, 332-340.
      Octauius Auitus, Quintus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 26; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 98; W. Kroll, ‘Octauius 41’, RE xvii/2 (1937), 1827; PIR² v/3 (1987), O 27. GRFF, 544.
      Octauius Lampadio, Gaius saec. II med. a. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 257-258; W. Kroll, ‘Octauius 67’, RE xvii/2 (1937), 1850-1851; Christes (1979), 7-8; Kaster (1995), 64-66; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 3; R. Kaster, ‘Octauius i.14’, BNP. GRFF, 21-22.
      Octauius Teucer saec. I a. Chr. (?)(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 253; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 584; W. Kroll, ‘Octauius 87’, RE xvii/2 (1937), 1855; Kaster (1995), 86; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 11. ap. Suet. gramm. 3,6.GRFF, xix.
      Oppius Chares saec. I a. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 253; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 584; F. Münzer, ‘Oppius 26’, RE xviii/1 (1939), 743; PIR² v/3 (1987), O 117; Kaster (1995), 86; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 13. ap. Suet. gramm. 3,6.GRFF, xix.
      GRFF, 133.
      Orbilius Pupillus, Lucius saec. I in. a. Chr.Beneuentum Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 468; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 580; E. Bernert, RE xviii/1 (1939), 876-877; PIR² v/3 (1987), O 130; Kaster (1995), 128-129; R.A. Kaster, BNP GRFF, 134-135.
      Perellius Faustus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 26; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 97-98. GRFF, 544.cf. Blänsdorf p. 260-261
      Philoxenus saec. I a. Chr.Alexandria (Aegyptus) C. Wendel, ‘Philoxenos 27’, RE xx/1 (1941), 194-200; G. Damschen, ‘Philoxenus 8’, BNP. GRFF, 443-446.GRFM, 396-397
      Theodoridis (1976).
      Plautius saec. II / I a. Chr.(?) W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 17. ap. Fronto epist. 1,7,4 p. 15,13 vdH².GRFM, 386.
      Plinius Secundus, Gaius saec. I med. p. Chr.Nouum Comum (Gallia Transpadana) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 84-85; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 288; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 781-782; W. Aly, ‘Plinius 5’, RE xxi/1 (1951), 294-299; PIR² vi (1998), P 493;  K. Sallmann, ‘Plinius 1 ii.B3’, BNP. Lersch (1838-1841), i, 179-201.Beck (1894).
      GRFM, 214-330.
      dub. serm. frg., ed. Della Casa (1969).
      Pompeius Lenaeus saec. I a. Chr.Suessa Aurunca (?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 509; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 582; R. Hanslik, ‘Pompeius 88’, RE xxi/2 (1952), 2273-2274; Christes (1979), 57-61; Kaster (1995), 176-177, 339-341; PIR² vi (1998), P 620; E. Courtney, ‘Lenaeus 2’, BNP. GRFF, 403-404.
      Pompilius Andonicus, Marcus saec. II ex. / I in. a. Chr.(Syria) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 254-255; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 302; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 579-580; H. Dahlmann, ‘Pompilius 4’, RE xxi/2 (1952), 2322-2323; Christes (1979), 25-27; Kaster (1995), 122-124; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Pompilius 2’, BNP. GRFF, 101.
      Pomponius Marcellus/Porcellus, Marcus saec. I in. p. Chr.Roma Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 206; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 730; H. Dahlmann, ‘Pomponius 105’, RE xxi/2 (1952), 2411-2412; Christes (1979), 97-98; Kaster (1995), 222-224; PIR² vi (1998), P 735; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Pomponius iii.6’, BNP. GRFM, 23-25.
      Pomponius Secundus, Publius saec. I in. p. Chr. Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 213-214; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 475-477; R. Hanslik, ‘Pomponius 103’, RE xxi/2 (1952), 2356-2360; W. Eck, RESuppl. xiv (1974), 443; PIR² vi (1998), P 756; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Pomponius iii.8’, BNP. GRFM, 210-213.
      Porcellus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 151; H. Dahlmann, RE xxii/1 (1953), 101; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 382; PIR² vi (1998), P 852. GRFF, 507-508.(frg. rhet. : i, p. 263-267 Balbo)
      Porcius Licinus saec. II ex. a. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 274; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 164-165; H. Gundel, ‘Porcius 48’, RE xxii/1 (1953), 232-233; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 143; W. Suerbaum, ‘Porcius i.12’, BNP. GRFF, 79-82.carm. frg. 1. 3-5. 7 Blänsdorf
      Primus, Vmbrius saec. III p. Chr. (?)inc. loc. R. Hanslik, ‘Primus 1’, RE xxii.2 (1954), 1995-1996; PIR¹ iii (1898), V 597; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 100; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 437.  Froehde (1892), 648-649.
      Remmius Palaemon, Quintus saec. I in. p. Chr.Vicetia Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 72-73; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 206-208; P. Wessner, ‘Remmius 4’, RE i a/1 (1914), 596-597; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 728-730; Christes (1979), 98-102; Kaster (1995), 228-232; PIR² vii/1 (1999), R 49; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Remmius 2’, BNP. GRFM, 68-102.
      Sabidius saec. I a. Chr. (?)(?) P. Wessner, ‘Sabidius 2’, RE i a/2 (1920), 1569-1570; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 586. GRFF, 110-111.
      Santra saec. I med. a. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 254; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 508-509; P. Wessner, RE i a/2 (1920), 2301-2302; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 584; R.A. Kaster, BNP. Egger (1843), 18-21.GRFF, 384-389.
      Mazzacane, St. Non. 7, 1982, 189-224
      Scribonius Aphrodisius saec. I med. a. Chr. / I in. p. Chr.(?) PIR¹ iii (1898), S 207; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 255; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 150; P. Wessner, ‘Scribonius 6’, RE ii a/1 (1921), 860-861; Christes (1979), 82-83; Kaster (1995), 203; R.A. Kaster, ‘Scribonius ii.2’, BNP. GRFF, 524-525.
      Seleucus saec. I med. a. Chr.Alexandria (Aegyptus) PIR¹ iii (1898), S 254; B.A. Müller, ‘Seleukos 44’, RE ii a/1 (1921), 1251-1256; M. Baumbach, ‘Seleucus 13’, BNP. Muller (1891), 48-49.GRFF, 450-451.
      Serenus Sammonicus saec. II/III p. Chr.(Africa?) PIR¹ iii (1898), S 122; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 139-140; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 180; E. Kind, ‘Serenus 6’, RE ii a/2 (1923), 1675; K Sallmann, HLL iv (1997), § 484; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Serenus 2’, BNP.
      Sescennius Iacchus saec. I a. Chr.(?) A. Klotz, RE ii a/2 (1923), 1853; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 584; Kaster (1995), 86; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 12. ap. Suet. gramm. 3,6.GRFF, xix.
      Seuius Nicanor saec. II/I a. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 254; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 301; G. Funaioli, ‘Seuius 2’, RE ii a/2 (1923), 2018; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 578; W. Kroll, RESuppl. vii (1940), 1212; Christes (1979), 15-17; Kaster (1995), 107; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 193.1. GRFF, 86.sat. frg. p. 107-108 Blänsdorf
      Sinnius Capito saec. I a. Chr.(?) PIR¹ iii (1898), S 532; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 58-59; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 140; W. Kroll, ‘Sinnius 2’, RE iii a/1 (1927), 246-247; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 380-381; R.A. Kaster, BNP. Egger (1843), 63-67.Hertz (Berlin), 27-37.
      GRFF, 457-466.
      frg. 1-2 Funaioli = epist. frg. 1-2 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 192)
      Sisenna (Cornelius, L.?) saec. I a. Chr. (?)(?)
      (Etruria?)
      B. Niese, ‘Cornelius 374’, RE iv/1 (1900), 1512-1513; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 100; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 445.1; W. Kierdof, BNP. GRFF, 127-129.hist. frg. 138. 142 Chassignet (vol. 3)
      frg. inc. sed. 2 Funaioli, deest : Chassignet, Malcovati
      Staberius Eros saec. I in. a. Chr.(Thracia) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 303; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 581; G. Funaioli, ‘Staberius 4’, RE iii a/2 (1929), 1924-1925; Christes (1979), 53-55; Kaster (1995), 165-167. GRFF, 106-107.
      Statilius Maximus saec. II p. Chr.inc. loc. PIR¹ iii (1898), S 601; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 138; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 164-165; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 445.3; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Statilius ii.6’, BNP. Suringar (1834-1835), i, 63-65, 200-203.Froehde 1892: 645-647.
      Zetzel, BICS 21 (1974), 110-115.
      Merello, Studi e Ricerche dell’Istituto di Latino, 1 (1977), 113-136.
      Sulpicius Apollinaris saec. II in. p. Chr.(?) PIR¹ iii (1898), S 707; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 79-80; P. Wessner, ‘Sulpicius 22’, RE iv a/1 (1931), 737-744; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 159-161; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 436; P. Gatti, ‘Sulpicius ii.2’, BNP. Beck (1884).
      Terentius Scaurus, Quintus saec. I/II p. Chr.inc. loc. PIR¹ iii (1898), T 71; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 88-89; P. Wessner, ‘Terentius 70’, RE v a/1 (1934), 672-676; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 67-68; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 156-158; R. A. Kaster, OCD (1996³) 1485; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 433; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Terentius iii.3’, BNP. Kummrow (1880), 2-7.Tempesti (1977).
      Terentius Varro, Marcus saec. I med. a. Chr.Reate Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 267-273; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 338-341; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 569-573; H. Dalmann, ‘Terentius 84’, RESuppl. 6 (1935), 1172-1277; K. Sallmann, ‘Varro 2 iii’, BNP. Wilmanns (1864), 139-223.GRFF, 179-371.
      Goetz – Schoell (1910), 192-241.
      GRFM, 387-389.
      Salvadore (1999).
      Tullius Tiro, Marcus saec. I in. a. Chr. / I in. p. Chr.Arpinum PIR¹ iii (1898), T 282; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 260; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 436-438; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 547-548; P. Groebe, ‘Tullius 52’, RE vii a/2 (1948), 1319-1325; Christes (1979), 118-130; M. Zelzer, ‘Tiro 1’, BNP. Egger (Paris, 1843), 58-61.GRFF, 390-403.
      frg. 6-7 Funaioli = epist. frg. 20-21 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 47)
      frg. 14 Funaioli = epist. inc. frg. 22 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 47)
      Valerius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?)
      ap. Fest. p. 272,14 L.GRFF, 79.
      cf. Bremer, Iurisprudentia antehadriana, 1 : 105. 131. 245
      Valerius Cato, Publius saec. I in. a. Chr.(Gallia Cisalpina) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 256; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 466; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 287-288; R. Helm, ‘Valerius 117’, RE vii a/2 (1948), 2348-2352; Kaster (1995), 148-150; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Valerius iii.3’, BNP. GRFF, 141-143.
      Valerius Messalla Coruinus, Marcus saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma PIR¹ iii (1898), V 90; Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 59-60; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 19-21; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 21-24; R. Hanslik, ‘Valerius 261’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 131-157; Kaster (1995), 94-95; W. Eck, ‘Valerius ii.16’, BNP. GRFF, 503-507.frg. 5 Funaioli = epist. frg. 1 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 193)
      Valerius Probus, Marcus saec. I ex. p. Chr.Berytus (Africa) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 78-82; PIR¹ iii (1898), V 117; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 256-262; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 734; R. Hanslik, ‘Valerius 315’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 195-212; R. Helm, ‘Probus 26’, RE xxiii/1 (1957), 59-64; Kaster (1995), 242-250; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Probus 4’, BNP. Wessner (1905), 21-22.
      Valerius Soranus, Quintus saec. II ex. / I in. a. Chr.Sora Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 275; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 163-164; R. Helm, ‘Valerius 345’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 225-226; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 145; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Valerius iii.7’, BNP. GRFF, 77-79.carm. frg. 1. 3. 7 Blänsdorf
      cf. Garbarino p. 70-72
      Valgius Rufus, Gaius saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.Roma PIR¹ iii (1898), V 169; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 78-79; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 172-174; H. Gundel, ‘Valgius 7’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 272-276; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Valgius 2’, BNP. GRFF, 482-486.epist. frg. 1-6 Cugusi (vol. 2.2, n° 209, + frg. 7)
      Vargunteius, Quintus saec. II ex. a. Chr.Roma Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 258; A. Dihle, ‘Vargunteius 5’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 379-380; Kaster (1995), 66; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 4; J. Rüpke, Vargunteius 1’, BNP. GRFF, 50.
      Velius Celer saec. II p. Chr.(?) PIR¹ iii (1898), V 222; A. Dihle, ‘Velius 1’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 627; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 69; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 174; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 437.
      Velius Longus saec. II p. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 82-83; PIR¹ iii (1898), V 226; A. Dihle, ‘Velius 10’, RE viii a/1 (1955), 632-634; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), iii, 68-69; Schanz–Hosius–Krüger (1922³), 158-159; P.L. Schmidt, HLL iv (1997), § 435; J. Rüpke, ‘Velius 3’, BNP. Neitzke (1927).
      Vergiliomastix saec. I a. Chr. / I p. Chr.(?) Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 98. GRFF, 543.cf. Blänsdorf p. 260-261
      Vergilius saec. I in. a. Chr.(?) W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 21. ap. Varro ling. 7,39GRFF, 105-106.
      Verrius Flaccus, Marcus saec. I med. a. Chr. / I in. p. Chr.Praeneste Gräfenhan (1843-1850), iv, 67-68; PIR iii (1898), V 287; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), ii, 140-145; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), ii, 361-367; A. Dihle, ‘Verrius 2’, RE viii a/2 (1958), 1636-1645; Christes (1979), 83-86; Kaster (1995), 190-192; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Verrius 1’, BNP. Egger (1838), 9-31.GRFF, 509-523.
      frg. 1 Funaioli = epist. frg. 1 Cugusi (vol. 2.1, n° 202)
      Vettius Philocomus saec. I in. a. Chr.(?) Gräfenhan (1843-1850), ii, 251; Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 278; W. Strzelecki, ‘Vettius 13’, RE viii a/2 (1958), 1851-1853; Christes (1979), 8-10; Kaster (1995), 66-67; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 191.1 Lit. 7 Nr. 6; J. Rüpke, ‘Vettius i.4’, BNP. GRFF, 51.
      Volcacius Sedigitus saec. II ex. a. Chr.(?) Teuffel–Kroll–Skutsch (1910⁶-1916⁶), i, 275-276; Schanz–Hosius (1927⁴-1935⁴), i, 165-166; M. Schuster, ‘Volcatius 6’, RE ix a/1 (1961), 742-754; W. Suerbaum, HLL i (2002), § 144; P.L. Schmidt, ‘Volcacius 1’, BNP. GRFF, 82-84.carm. frg. 1-4 Blänsdorf

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      Prosobab is an open access database of the recorded inhabitants of Babylonia between c. 620 and 330 BCE. Its main focus is on individuals who lived in southern Mesopotamia under Persian rule (539-330 BCE), but it also includes the preceding period of the Neo-Babylonian Empire in an attempt to contextualize their lives and those of their family members. In addition to person data, Prosobab collects information on the texts and archives in which the individuals are recorded. The database is developed in the framework of the ERC project Persia and Babylonia at Leiden University and is intended for everybody with an interest in Babylonian history or the Persian Empire.

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      Ce livre souhaite être une contribution à l'histoire de la culture équestre du monde grec. En adoptant l'angle du cheval de guerre, il vise à étudier les à-côtés de l'équitation militaire et des actions des cavaliers sur les champs de bataille du monde grec. Grâce à l'Athénien Xénophon (v. 430-v. 355), qui a souvent évoqué dans la plupart de ses livres le monde équestre, mais aussi à d'autres sources disponibles (littéraires, épigraphiques et iconographiques), il est possible de s'intéress...

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      • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
      • Collection : Histoire
      • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
      • Année d’édition : 2015
      • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 03 juillet 2019
      • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753541368
      • EAN électronique : 9782753560710
      • Nombre de pages : 352 p.
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      Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire

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      Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
      Johan Åhlfeldt, Lund, Sweden.
      A first version of a tiled base map of the Roman Empire was created in 2012 by the author, in collaboration with the Pelagios project. A second version was created afterwards and became part of an online historical geographic information system (GIS) called the Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire (DARE) hosted by the Department of Archaeology and Classical History, Lund University, Sweden and available at http://dare.ht.lu.se. The map was inspired by the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (Talbert, 2000) and was built upon digitization efforts carried out by the Pleiades and DARMC projects even though it became necessary to return to the original map for additional data in order to produce a functional digital map. DARE aims at a much higher level of accuracy and the integration of digital resources such as satellite imagery, national topographic maps, source texts, other source material and scholarly literature. Since 2012 we have worked to improve the map regarding both its appearance, quality of location, meta data describing properties of the ancient place and links to related digital resources. The most prominent change is however the addition of 9111 places (and buildings) with a different provenance than the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. The Barrington Atlas was limited to the physical size of the printed atlas, limitations that do not apply the same way to a digital map. Most places that have been added appear in national heritage databases which increasingly have become available online the last years, for instance, the UK based heritage databases Pastscape, Canmore and Coflein covering England, Scotland and Wales respectively. Another important change in the new version of the map is the rendering of natural and semi natural areas (forest, grassland etc.) and bathymetry. In comparison with the map created for the Pleiades project, the map created at Lund University contains an additional zoom level, i. e. zoom level 11. The Digital Atlas and its place database is an active project which is updated at least once a month. In 2015, 822 places were added.
      The map itself is also used by Pelagios, Pleiades and other projects to provide a more suitable historical context for their mapping applications. Its gazetteer is implemented in the Pelagios project. The base map is Open Data and can be used by anyone under a Creative Commons BY-SA licence. The projection of the map is Spherical Mercator (EPSG:3857) compatible with most Web mapping software and easy to implement. The maximum zoom level 11 corresponds to a scale at 1:250 000.
      In DARE, ancient sites are organized as places and buildings (subsites), each with a distinct place type and location. The buildings are not rendered on the base map because of their close proximity to the places they belong to, but are instead available as thematic overlays (e.g. amphitheaters, theaters, temples etc. respectively). Meta data about places and buildings are available next to the map.

      Open Access Journal: ὅρμος: Ricerche di Storia Antica

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      ὅρμος: Ricerche di Storia Antica
      ISSN 2036-587X
      http://portale.unipa.it/dipartimenti/beniculturalistudiculturali/riviste/hormos/.content/immagini/Banner_Hormos.jpg
      La rivista ὅρμος, nata nel 1999, mantiene intatta, nella nuova veste elettronica, le finalità che ne hanno, sin qui, orientato l’itinerario scientifico e alle quali rinvia il titolo. Con “porto” vogliamo significare, infatti, non solo le aperture a tematiche di ampio respiro su molteplici aspetti dell’antico mondo mediterraneo, la cui esplorazione in senso interdisciplinare è stata da sempre affidata a studiosi di alto profilo scientifico, ma anche l’accoglienza a contributi delle leve più giovani della ricerca storico-antica in tutte le sue articolazioni. ὅρμος è anche la sede scientifica delle attività del dottorato di ricerca in “Storia della Sicilia e del Mediterraneo antico”. La rivista è aperta alla pubblicazione di contributi in cinque lingue (italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco e spagnolo). Ogni contributo proposto alla redazione è sottoposto alla lettura di due o più membri del comitato scientifico o di esperti esterni.
      Hormos.Ricerche di Storia Antica 10 n.s.2018 


      Gaetano Arena, Marcello di Side: protomedico urbano o archiatra imperiale?
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1001
      Francesca Cenerini, Epigrafia e status patrimoniale delle donne nel I sec. d.C: le mogli di Titus Ancarenus Amphio
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1002
      Livia De Martinis, I meteci nell’esercito ateniese di IV sec. A proposito di due proposte senofontee
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1003
      Ida Gilda Mastrorosa, Dionigi di Alicarnasso e i consigli politici di Lucio Giunio Bruto: storiografia e oratoria al servizio della costituzione mista
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1004


      Uomo e ambiente nel mondo greco
      Atti del Convegno di Palermo, 5-6 giugno 2017
      a cura di
      D. Bonanno, G. Bruno Sunseri, R. Sammartano

      Pierre Brulé, Des saisons et des hommes (concaténations ethnologiques de l’écologie grecque antique)
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1006
      Gian Franco Chiai, Il nord e la fisiognomica nella riflessione antica
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1007
      Massimo Nafissi, Freddo, caldo e uomini veri. L’educazione dei giovani spartani e il De aeribus aquis locis
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1008
      Giovanna Bruno Sunseri, Sul controllo e l’uso delle acque in Erodoto. Spunti di riflessione
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1018
      Andrea Cozzo, Arruolare la natura in Erodoto
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1010
      Franco Giorgianni, Spazio e lingua nella ‘costruzione’ greca dell’identità etnica. Alcune osservazioni a partire da Erodoto
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1011
      Nicola Cusumano, «I molteplici casi della sorte»: disastri della guerra e della natura in Tucidide
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1012
      Claudia Antonetti, ‘Natura e cultura’ nel cuore della polis: Osservazioni sul paesaggio urbano fra Atene e Selinunte
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1013
      Roberta Fabiani, La concia delle pelli e le acque dell’Ilisso: osservazioni su un documento normativo a carattere religioso (IG I3257)
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1014
      Luigi Gallo, Le normative ambientali nel mondo greco: il caso di Atene
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1015
      Giuseppe Squillace, Nuove terre per nuove ricerche: i paradisi delle spezie negli studi di botanica di Teofrasto
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1016
      Ma Cruz Cardete del Olmo, Memoria y paisaje en la Grecia Antigua: las “tradiciones reiventadas” en Pausanias
      DOI:10.7430/HORMOS1017
        Hormos. Ricerche di Storia Antica 1 n.s. 2008/2009 
        Hormos.Ricerche di Storia Antica 2 n.s. 2010 
        Hormos. Ricerche di Storia Antica 3 n. s. 2011 
        Hormos. Ricerche di Storia Antica 4 n.s. 2012 
        Hormos. Ricerche di Storia Antica 5 n.s. 2013 
        Hormos.-Ricerche-di-Storia-Antica-6-n.s.-2014 
        Hormos.-Ricerche-di-Storia-Antica-7-n.s.-2015 
        Hormos. Ricerche-di-Storia-Antica-8-n.s.-2016 
        Hormos. Ricerche-di-Storia-Antica-9-n.s.-2017 

          One Off Journal Issues: Cotton in the Old World: Domestication, cultivation, uses and exchange - Coton de l'Ancien Monde : domestication, culture, usages et échanges

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          Cotton in the Old World: Domestication, cultivation, uses and exchange - Coton de l'Ancien Monde : domestication, culture, usages et échanges 
           Revue d’ethnoécologie 15 (2017)
          Edited by Charlène Bouchaud and Elsa Yvanez
          Gossypium arboreum au CIRAD de Montpellier
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          Credits : Charlène Bouchaud, avec l'autorisation de Christopher Viot

          Lexicon of Greek Personal Names Online

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          Lexicon of Greek Personal Names LGPN
          http://www.lgpn.ox.ac.uk/figures/lgpnbanner.jpg
          The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (LGPN) was established to collect and publish all ancient Greek personal names,
          drawing on the full range of written sources from the 8th century B.C. down to the late Roman Empire.
          **** LGPN is in the initial stages of a major upgrade which will see the migration of the data contained in the seven published volumes from the current Ingres database to a XML database. As part of the upgrade, the potential uses of the online search facility will be enhanced so as to provide in the future enriched information about the individual person and their family relations, the place where they are attested and the nature of the documentation, as well as linguistic analysis of the names themselves and their frequency over time and space. The project would therefore welcome suggestions from users of the existing online searching, concerning improvements to its general layout and organization, as well as additional features and searchable variables that could be made available. Please contact any one of the editors by email with suggestions and ideas.****
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          Issue of Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies on Roman Syria open access

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          • Pages: i-viii

          • First Published: 25 June 2019

          Open Access Journal Back List: Journal of Ancient Civilizatons

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          Journal of Ancient Civilizatons
          ISSN: 1004-9371
          The JOURNAL OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS (JAC; ISSN: 1004-9371) is published annually in two fascicles by the Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations.
          JAC provides a forum for the discussion of various aspects of the cultural and historical processes in the Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean world, encompassing studies of individual civilizations as well as common elements, contacts and interactions among them (in such traditional fields as Assyriology, Classics, Egyptology, Hittitology, and Sinology among others). JAC aims at publishing the work of international scholars while also providing a showcase for the finest Chinese scholarship, and so welcomes articles dealing with history, philology, art, archaeology and linguistics which are intended to illuminate the material culture and society of the ancient Near East, the Mediterranean region, and ancient China. Articles discussing other cultures will be considered for publication only if they are clearly relevant to the ancient Mediterranean world, the Near East and China. Information about new discoveries and current scholarly events is also welcome. Publishers are encouraged to send articles or review copies of books in relevant fields.
          Up to now, 33 volumes of JAC have been published (for a content list, click here; former volumes can be downloaded here; licensed access also available via the China Academic Journals Full-text Database of CNKI). From volume 31 (2016) on, JAC publishes double blind peer-reviewed articles, research surveys and reviews. Articles must not have been published in, or submitted to, another publication at the time of submission. All submitted articles are first carefully read by at least two editors of JAC (list of editors), who will give a detailed feedback to the author. Articles (excluding book reviews or research reports) are afterwards reviewed anonymously by at least two referees in the specific field, appointed by the editorial board. The whole peer-review process as well as any judgment is based on the quality of the article and research conducted therein only. In cases where the reviewers recommend changes in the manuscript, authors are requested to revise their articles. The final approval of articles is at the editorial board. Throughout the whole peer-review process, articles are treated confidentially. In case of (alleged or supposed) interest conflict, misconduct or plagiarism of any party involved the editor in chief and/or the chief executive director (or, if necessary, another member of the editorial board) will pursue the case and should the situation of taking action arise, will notify the respective party.



          Open Access Monograph Series: Instrumenta

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          Instrumenta
          La colección Instrumenta se ha creado para dar cauce a publicaciones relativas a la vida económica y social del mundo romano. Hasta ahora ha recogido, sobre todo, trabajos emanados del grupo CEIPAC, la mayoría de ellos dedicados al estudio de la epigrafía anfórica, como base del estudio para la producción y comercio de alimentos. Trabajos realizados dentro del proyecto Timbres amphoriques de la Union Académique International, y bajo el patrocinio de la Real Academia de la Historia de Madrid. La colección pretende convertirse en una serie de referencia para los estudios de epigrafía anfórica, por lo que invitamos a participar en ella a cuantos colegas deseen publicar trabajos relativos al tema. Pero la colección no pretende dedicarse sólo a este tema y está abierta, como hemos indicado, a estudios de historia social y económica del mundo clásico.

          Política Editorial / Editorial Policy

          Normas de Presentación / Guidelines

          Dirigirse a: remesal@ub.edu
          infopublicacions@ub.edu
          Vol. 1 (1993)
          Producción cerámica y economía rural en el Bajo Ebro en época romana. El alfar de l'Aumedina, Tivissa (Tarragona)
          Víctor Revilla Calvo
          Vol. 2 (1995)
          Las ánforas fenicio-púnicas del Mediterráneo Central y Occidental
          Joan Ramon Torres
          Vol. 3 (1997)
          Veteranos en el África Romana
          Antonio Chausa Sáez
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          Vol. 4 (1998)
          Las ánforas de aceite de la Bética y su presencia en la Cataluña romana
          Piero Berni Millet
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          Vol. 5 (1998)
          Britannia y el Mediterráneo. Estudios sobre el comercio de aceite bético y africano en Britannia
          C. Carrreras, P. P. A. Funari
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          Vol. 6 (1999)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) I
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 7 (2000)
          Las ánforas tardo-antiguas en Tarraco (Hispania Tarraconensis)
          Josep Anton Remolà Vallverdú
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          Vol. 8 (2000)
          Economía de la Britania romana: la importación de alimentos
          César Carreras Monfort
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          Vol. 9 (2001)
          Il culto di Mercurio nella Penisola Iberica
          Giulia Baratta

          Vol. 10 (2001)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) II
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
          PDF File (765 Kb)
          Vol. 11 (2001)
          La producción de salsas y conservas de pescado en la Hispania romana
          Lázaro Lagóstena Barrios
          PDF File (369 Kb)
          Vol. 12 (2002)
          Religión y propaganda política en el mundo romano
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds)
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          (134 Kb)
          Vol. 13 (2003)
          Las clientelas de Cneo Pompeyo
          Magno en Hispania

          Luís Amela Valverde
          Vol. 14 (2003)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) III
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 15 (2004)
          Immaturi et innupti. Terracotas figuradas en ambiente funerario de Corduba, colonia patricia
          Desiderio Vaquerizo Gil
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          Vol. 16 (2004)
          Vivir en tierra extraña: emigración e integración cultural en el mundo antiguo
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds)
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          Vol. 17 (2004)
          Epigrafía Anfórica
          José Remesal Rodríguez (Ed.)
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          Vol. 18 (2005)
          Del Hiberus a Carthago Nova. Comercio de alimentos y epigrafía anfórica grecolatina.
          J. C. Márquez Villora, J. Molina Vidal
          Vol. 19 (2005)
          Morfología histórica del territorio de Tarraco (ss. III-I a.C.)
          Isaías Arrayás Morales
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          Vol. 20 (2005)
          Las ventas por subasta en el mundo romano: la esfera privada
          Marta García Morcillo
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          Vol. 21 (2006)
          Repúblicas y ciudadanos: modelos de participación cívica en el mundo antiguo
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds)
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          Vol. 22 (2006)
          Augusto y las aves. Las aves en la Roma del principado: prodigio, exhibición y consumo
          Santiago Montero Herrero
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          Vol. 23 (2007)
          La production de sigillées africaines. Recherches d'histoire et d'archeologie en Tunisie Septentrionale et Centrale
          Moncef Ben Moussa
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          Vol. 24 (2007)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) IV
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 25 (2007)
          In Africa et in Hispania: études sur l'huile africaine
          Mrabet A., Remesal Rodríguez J. (Eds.)
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          Vol. 26 (2008)
          Epigrafía latina republicana de Hispania
          Borja Díaz Ariño
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          pdf (470 Kb)
          Vol. 27 (2008)
          Figlina Scalensia: un centro productor de ánforas Dressel 20 de la Bética
          Barea bautista J.S., Barea Bautista J.L,
          Solís Siles J., Moros Díaz J.
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          Vol. 28 (2008)
          Las ánforas del Guadalquivir en Scallabis (Santarém, Portugal). Una aportación al conocimiento de los tipos minoritarios
          Rui de Almeida
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          Vol. 29 (2008)
          Epigrafía anfórica de la Bética. Nuevas formas de análisis.
          P. Berni Millet
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          Vol. 30 (2009)
          Formae mortis: el tránsito de la vida a la muerte en las sociedades antiguas.
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
           PDF File
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          Vol. 31 (2009)
          La monarquía romana arcaica.
          J. Martínez-Pinna Nieto
           PDF File
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          Vol. 32 (2009)
          Los vascones de las fuentes antiguas: en torno a una etnia de la antigüedad peninsular.
          J. Andreu Pintado (Ed.)
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          Vol. 33 (2009)
          El Gran Rey de Persia: Formas de representación de la alteridad persa en el imaginario griego.
          M. García Sánchez
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          Vol. 34 (2009)
          La Economía de la Mauretania Tingitana (s. I-III d.C.). Aceite, vino y salazones
          Ll. Pons i Pujol
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          Vol. 35 (2010)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) V
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 36 (2010)
          Viajeros, peregrinos y aventureros en el Mundo Antiguo
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
           PDF File
          pdf (225 Kb)
          Vol. 37 (2010)
          Un dios entre los hombres. La adoración a los emperadores romanos en Grecia
          F. Lozano Gómez
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          Vol. 38 (2010)
          Hispania et Gallia. Dos provincias del occidente romano
          Ll. Pons Pujol (Ed.)
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          Vol. 39 (2011)
          Las leyendas de fundación de Roma. De Eneas a Rómulo
          J. Martínez-Pinna Nieto
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          Vol. 40 (2012)
          Vae Victis! Perdedores en el mundo
          antiguo
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
          pdf (2181 kb)
          Vol. 41 (2012)
          Relaciones Internacionales y mercenariado griego: del final de la Guerra del Peloponeso a la Paz del Rey (404-386 a.C.)
          D. Gómez Castro
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          Vol. 42 (2012)
          Economic Evidence and the Changing Nature of Urban Space in Late Antique Rome
          Paul S. Johnson
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          Vol. 43 (2013)
          Los dos primeros tratados romano-cartagineses.
          Julián Espada Rodríguez
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          Vol. 44 (2013)
          La administración de la provincia Hispania Citerior durante el alto imperio romano. Organización territorial, cargos administrativos y fiscalidad.
          Pablo Ozcáriz Gil
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          Vol. 45 (2014)
          Fraude, mentiras y engaños en el mundo antiguo.
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 46 (2014)
          Comer a la moda. Imitaciones de vajilla de mesa en Turdetania y la Bética Occidental durante la antigüedad (s. VI a.C.-VI d.C.).
          Francisco José García Fernández, Enrique García Vargas (Eds.)
          PDF File
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          Vol. 47 (2014)
          Estudios sobre el Monte Testaccio (Roma) VI
          J. M. Blázquez Martínez, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Vol. 48 (2015)
          "Terra sigillata" en Illyrie méridionale et en Chaonie. Importations et productions locales (Ile S.av.J.-C.-Ile S.ap.J.-C.).
          E. Shehi
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          Vol. 49 (2015)
          Los orígenes del cristianismo en Asia Menor (a. 70-135). Textos e historia.
          G. Fontana Elboj
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          Vol. 50 (2015)
          Inscriptions de la cité des Éduens.
          Y. Le Bohec
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          Vol. 51 (2016)
          El territorio y poblamiento de la Layetania interior en época antigua (ss. IV aC-I dC).
          J. Oller Gúzman
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          Vol. 52 (2016)
          Comercio anfórico y relaciones mercantiles en Hispania Ulterior (s. II a.C. - II d.C.).
          D. Mateo Corredor
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          Vol. 53 (2016)
          Autorretratos. La creación personal en la Antigüedad.
          F. Marco Simón, F. Pina Polo
          y J. Remesal Rodríguez
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          pdf (1205 Kb)
          Vol. 54 (2016)
          Ronald Syme. El camino hasta "La Revolución Romana" (1928-1939).
          G. García Vivas
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          Vol. 55 (2017)
          Economía romana. Nuevas perspectivas / The Roman economy. New perspectives.
          J. Remesal Rodríguez
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          Vol. 56 (2017)
          Roma en la Península Ibérica presertoriana. Escenarios de implantación militar provincial.
          J. Principal, T, Ñaco del Hoyo, M. Duran, I. Mestres ( 2017 )
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          Vol. 57 (2017)
          Carteia y Traducta. Ciudades y territorio en la orilla norte del estrecho de Gibraltar (siglos VII aC - III dC).
          H. Jiménez Vialáz
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          Vol. 58 (2017)
          Desmoì philías / Bonds of friendship. .
          J. C. Bermejo Barrera y M. García Sánchez
          PDF File
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          Vol. 59 (2018)
          Vetus Textrinum. Textiles in the Ancient World. Studies in Honour of Carmen Alfaro Giner.
          Manel García Sánchez, Margarita Gleba
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          Vol. 60 (2018)
          Cuantificar las economías antiguas. Problemas y métodos /
          Quantifying ancient economies: problems and methodologies.
          José Remesal Rodríguez, Víctor Revilla Calvo y Juan Manuel Bermúdez Lorenzo
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          Vol. 61 (2018)
          Colonización romana y territorio en Hispania. El caso de Hasta Regia.
          Daniel Jesús Martín-Arroy Sánchez
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          Vol. 62 (2018)
          Firmissima et splendidissima populi romani colonia. L'epigrafia anforica di Mutina e del suo territorio.
          Manuela Mongardi
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          Vol. 63
          (2018)
          Colonia Ulpia Traiana (Xanten) y el Mediterráneo. El comercio de alimentos.
          José Remesal Rodríguez
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          Vol. 64
          (2019)
          Xenofobia y Racismo en el Mundo Antiguo.
          F. Marco Simon, F. Pina Polo, J. Remesal Rodríguez (Eds.)
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          Bibliotheca Polyglotta Graeca et Latina

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          Bibliotheca Polyglotta Graeca et Latina
          The Bibliotheca Polyglotta Graeca et Latina (BPGL) documents the multilingual diffusion of the Greek literature of antiquity, showing how the concepts of Greek and Roman thinking historically has influenced thinking in a global context, first in a Latin medium, then Syriac and Arabic, as well as German and French, and then to some extent the whole world.
          The library contains:
          Further the multilingual HermeneuticsPrior AnalyticsRhetorics as well as other texts are planned.
          The Alpheios (home page) site supports applications that can be used for, among other things, accessing a lexical entry for a given word by double-clicking on it. So far, it supports Greek, Latin and Arabic, and as such, it is very useful for looking up any word in the Bibliotheca Polyglotta Greaca and Latina in these languages. With time,  Alpheios intends to support more languages, including Sanskrit, Syriac, etc. To use Alpheios with the BP, the Firefox browser must be employed, and the Alpheios application must be downloaded from its installation page. It will then appear in the in the bookmark line, from where it can be activated for Greek, Latin or Arabic. When activated, clicking on any word in the BP will display a small popup with morphological information and a brief definition with links to more complete definitions in various lexicons, grammatical information, and a display of the relevant inflection paradigm. See the "How do I ..." section on the Alpheios main page for screen casts and further information on Alpheios features.
          The copyrights for all the texts in the Bibliotheca Polyglotta belong to Jens Braarvig and the Norwegian Institute of Palaeography and Historical Philology. Any fair use of the texts is allowed under general Open Access conditions. 
          The Bibliotheca Polyglotta application is Copyright 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 University of Oslo, Norwegian Institute of Palaeography and Historical Philology, Jens Braarvig, Asgeir Nesøen, and released under the GNU General Public License version 3.

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          Open Access Journal: plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike

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          plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike
          ISSN: 1435-9626
          Plekos ist eine Internet-Fachzeitschrift (ISSN: 1435-9626) für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike. Plekos veröffentlicht wissenschaftliche Besprechungen zu Neuerscheinungen vor allem aus dem Bereich der spätantiken Geschichte, Philologie und Archäologie. Neben dem Schwerpunkt auf der Spätantike werden auch Publikationen aus Nachbardisziplinen und -epochen rezensiert, etwa solche zur römischen Kaiserzeit, zum Byzantinischen Reich, zum Kulturkreis des Oriens Christianus sowie zum frühen Mittelalter und zu den ersten islamischen Jahrhunderten. Besprechungen erscheinen in deutscher, englischer, französischer, italienischer und spanischer Sprache.

          Plekos wurde 1998 gegründet und bis 2016 herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Joachim Gruber (Erlangen) sowie von Prof. Dr. Kai Brodersen (Erfurt), Prof. Dr. Martin Hose (München), Prof. Dr. Peter von Möllendorff (Gießen), Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Prostmeier (Freiburg), Prof. Dr. Stefan Rebenich (Bern) und Dr. Marcus Reuter (Trier).