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Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2013 (EBGR 2013)

Angelos Chaniotis
p. 269-316

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Abbreviations
Selected Topics
Geographical areas (in the sequence adopted by SEG)
Greek Words (a Selection)

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Continuing the practice that I have adopted in the last years, in this 26th issue of the EBGR I have placed emphasis on the presentation of corpora, new finds, and new readings, restorations, and interpretations rather than on publications that are dedicated to religious phenomena and adduce inscriptions. In addition to new finds published in 2013, I have made some additions to earlier issues (publications of 2008–2012).

This issue summarizes the content of important corpora from Dodona (37) and Ankyra (75), a useful collection of inscriptions from Olympia that were found after the publication of IvO (107), and large groups of inscriptions from the sanctuary of Demeter and Kore in Corinth (110)), Mysia (114), and Phrygia and Lykaonia (118). The oracular tablets from Dodona constitute the most important epigraphic material published in 2013; despite some weaknesses in the publication, these texts will greately contribute to the study of Greek divination, religion, and religious mental...

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References

Bibliographical reference

Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2013 (EBGR 2013) », Kernos, 29 | 2016, 269-316.

Electronic reference

Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2013 (EBGR 2013) », Kernos [Online], 29 | 2016, Online since 01 October 2018, connection on 23 October 2017. URL : http://kernos.revues.org/2402

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Angelos Chaniotis

School of Historical Studies
Institute for Advanced Study
Einstein Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540
achaniotis@ias.edu

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