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4.1 Location of the inscriptions on East Wall of Fortress of Rhamnous. Map by author; Google Earth and DigitalGlobe © 2016 78

4.2 I.Rhamnous 194. Photo by author 79

4.3 I.Rhamnous 193. Photo by author 79

4.4 I.Rhamnous 195. Photo by author 80

6.1 Inscription no. I: Proxeny decree for Kallistratos of Alipheira. Photo by authors 108

6.2 Inscription no. II: Honorary decree for Archippos of Phigaleia. Photo by authors 110

6.3 Inscription no. III: Proxeny list, side A. Photo by authors 112

6.4 Inscription no. III: Proxeny list, side B. Photo by authors 113

6.5 Inscription no. IV: Dedication to Zeus. Photo by authors 117

7.1 The horologion of Dexippos; Accame 1941/3 nr. 17 = MMyrina X21. Photo by author 123

10.1 Plan of Insula VI 21,24 (credit: Mary Hale) 169

10.2 Apograph of graffiti 172

11.1 Detail of the map originally published with CIL IV (1871) 182

11.2 Homepage of the Ancient Graffiti Project 184

11.3 Locations of graffiti in the Casa del Gran Portale, Herculaneum 186

11.4 Table of line-drawings from CIL IV (1871) 189

12.1 V.1.18: Map of Graffiti 199

12.2 V.1.18: Visual Control 200

12.3 V.1.18: Closed doors 202

12.4 V.1.18: Visual Control 203

12.5 V.1.18: Agent Analysis 204

12.6 VII.12.35: Visual Control 206

12.7 V.2.4: Map of graffiti 211

12.8 V.2.4: Visual Control 212

12.9 VII.12.35: Visual Control 213

12.10 V.2.4: Graffiti in the peristyle 214

14.1 Munus te ub(i)q(ue) 247

14.2 Visualisation of CIL IV 10236–8 252

14.3 Visualisation of CIL IV 10528 253

14.4 Photo of AE 1989: 182b. Photo by author 253

14.5 Visualisation of AE 1989: 182b 254

14.6 Visualisation of CIL IV 4299 254

14.7 Visualisation of the epigraphic network map of gladiators and games 257

15.1 ILAfr. 455=Bardo 250: Limestone Lintel from the Baths of Bulla Regia, 198–211 CE. Image from: Zeϊneb Benzina Ben Abdallah, Catalogue des Inscriptions latines paϊennes du Musée du Bardo. Collection de l’École Française de Rome 92, 1986. 261

18.1 Inscriptions of possible immigrants from Hispania, by type of reference 332

18.2 Hispani at Rome, by status 334

18.3 Hispani in Italia, by status 334

18.4 Hispani in Gallia, by status 335

18.5 Hispani in Britannia, by status 335

18.6 Hispani immigrants, by origin 336

19.1 Lambaesis, statue base with dedicatory inscription to Septimius Severus. Photo credit: BBAW 358

20.1 Richard Pococke’s 1743 transcription of the Memnon inscriptions: partial segment of the right leg. Image courtesy of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University 380

20.2 Squeeze and photograph of I.Col.Memnon 102 381

20.3 Photograph of I.Col.Memnon 102 showing letters under debate (sigma, zeta, chi, upsilon) - νπυλϙθως vs. νπχλϙθωζ 384

20.4 I.Col.Memnon photograph (end of 2nd and all of 3rd line of section labeled 31) and squeeze of I.Col.Memnon 97 386

21.1 The “Aiolos” hotel: reused pedestals built into the gate of the Post-Herulian wall. Photo E. Bardani (Archive of the the Ephorate of Antiquities of Athens) 395

21.2 The “Aiolos” hotel: the gateway of the post-Herulian wall after the removal of one row of pedestals. Photo E. Bardani (Archive of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Athens) 396

21.3 IG II2 4217 (Old Acropolis Museum). Photo E. Bardani (Archive of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Athens) 398

21.4 The inscription. Photo E. Bardani, drawing M. Lefantzis (Archive of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Athens) 400

22.1 Small stele with relief of a bull: (a) full view; (b) detail of inscribed panel: Liverpool, World Museum, 14.1.90.4. Images copyright National Museums Liverpool (World Museum). All rights reserved 411

22.2 Altar of Aphrodite: Liverpool, World Museum, 14.1.90.5. Image copyright National Museums Liverpool (World Museum). All rights reserved 413

22.3 A Christian acclamation: Liverpool, World Museum, 14.1.90.6. Image copyright National Museums Liverpool (World Museum). All rights reserved 416

22.4 Re-worked slab with incised feet: Liverpool, World Museum, 14.1.90.7. Image copyright National Museums Liverpool (World Museum). All rights reserved 419

23.1 Stele of Pompeius Marcellinus, AN.Michaelis.214. Photograph: AshLI, courtesy of Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford 434

23.2 List of names from Ephesos, 1896–1908, G.1188. Left side. Photograph: Ben Altshuler 437

23.3 List of names from Ephesos, 1896–1908, G.1188. Centre. Photograph: Ben Altshuler 437

23.4 List of names from Ephesos, 1896–1908, G.1188. Right side. Photograph: Ben Altshuler 438

23.5 Top left corner. AshLI, courtesy of Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford 439

23.6 Lettering (a heading?) along top edge 439

23.7 Lettering along top edge, close-up 440

23.8 Column 1 440

23.9 Column 2 441

23.10 Column 3 442

23.11 Column 4 443

23.12 Column 5 444

23.13 Column 6 445

23.14 Column 7 446

23.15 Columns 8 and 9 447

Charts

15.1 Juridical status terms 268

15.2 Demonym terms 268

15.3 Institutional and constituency terms 270

15.4 Honorific statues from the decurions alone 272

15.5 Institutional and constituency terms compared to judicial status terms, demonym terms, and indirect formulae 274

Maps

9.1 Katadesmoi in the Republic (Scale 1: 12.000.000) 159

9.2 Katadesmoi in the High Empire and Late Antiquity (Scale 1: 12.000.000) 160–161

Tables

15.1 Comparison of honorific statue inscriptions by the decurions of Sufetula 271

16.1 New additions to the epigraphic corpus on public slaves in Rome 283

16.2 New additions to the epigraphic corpus on public slaves and freedmen in the cities of the Latin west 286

17.1 List of remarriages from Roman Spain 315

18.1 Corpus of documented immigrants from Hispania 338

20.1 I.Col.Memnon 102 lines 2-3 with their numeric-alphabetic equivalences 383

20.2 I.Col.Memnon 102 line 4 with its numeric-alphabetic equivalence 384

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From Document to History

Epigraphic Insights into the Greco-Roman World

Series:  Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy, Volume: 12

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