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Vol. I: Inscriptiones Latinae ad C. Caesaris mortem
Vol. II: Inscriptiones Hispaniae
Vol. III: Inscriptiones Asiae
Vol. IV: Inscriptiones Pompeianae, Herculanenses, et al.
Vol. V: Inscriptiones Galliae Cisalpinae
Vol. VI: Inscriptiones urbis Romae
Vol. VII: Inscriptiones Britanniae
Vol. VIII: Inscriptiones Africae
Vol. IX: Inscriptiones Calabriae, Apuliae et al.
Vol. X: Inscriptiones Bruttiorum, Lucaniae et al.
Vol. XI: Inscriptiones Aemiliae, Etruriae et al
Vol. XII: Inscriptiones Galliae Narbonensis
Vol. XIII: Inscriptiones trium Galliarum et Germaniarum
Vol. XIV: Inscriptiones Latii veteris et Supplementum Ostiense
Vol. XV: Inscriptiones urbis Romae
Vol. XVI: Diplomata militaria
Vol. XVII: Miliaria imperii Romani
A website designed to make available the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation. The translations include, as a minimum, an indication of the text translated, the name of the translator and key references. Further information about the inscriptions is being added gradually.
This digitized version of the CIL will initially comprise of the more than 50 parts (of vols. I-XVI + auctaria and of v. I (edition altera)) published before 1940. Available funding covers the digitization of the volumes with an imperfect OCR searching capability. The goal is to eventually create a keyword searchable database to contain also future volumes of the CIL as they fall outside of copyright restrictions and to eventually do the same for the Inscriptiones Graecae.
A concordance of published Greek inscriptions. Useful for finding bibliography in conjunction with SEG (SEG is included in this database). "Edition 1" will search an earlier edition and display later publications; searching an inscription as "Edition 2" will provide earlier publication.
EAGLE, The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy is a best-practice network co-funded by the European Commission, under its Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme. EAGLE will provide a single user-friendly portal to the inscriptions of the Ancient World, a massive resource for both the curious and for the scholarly.
Search across multiple collections, including:
Epigraphic Database Bari
Epigraphic Database Roma
Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg
The ELA Database is an open-access online resource aimed at providing to scholars a new research tool for a topographical study of the Athenian public inscriptions as communication media in the frame of The Epigraphic Landscape of Athens project.
Greek and Latin Inscriptions is a collection of digitized squeezes (accurate paper impressions) of inscriptions from Greece, Italy, and Macedonia. The squeezes were contributed by the Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies at The Ohio State University, whose purpose is to foster the study of inscriptions and manuscripts and promote research opportunities for those interested in these primary sources of information about the ancient and mediaeval world.
The first publication of Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, which appeared in 1952, has long been out of print. Produced in post-war conditions, it only included illustrations of a few inscriptions, although many of them had been photographed; and it only offered limited geographic information.
The purposes of this enhanced reissue are, therefore, to make the original material available again, and to provide the full photographic record, together with geographical data linking the inscriptions to maps and gazetteers, and so to other resources. We have included the material from the supplement which contained further texts, numbered in the same sequence (973-996): 'Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania: a supplement', published in PBSR 23 (1955), 124-147, and we have incorporated corrections and emendations made in that article; but we have not attempted to alter or emend any item otherwise.
Offers links to papyrological resources and a customized search engine (called the Papyrological Navigator) capable of retrieving information from multiple related sites. The Papyrological Navigator currently retrieves and displays information from the Advanced Papyrological Information System (APIS), the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (DDbDP) and the Heidelberger Gesamtverzeichnis (HGV).
This site unites all the digital tools that are taken care of in Leipzig. Among them is the Papyrus Portal, which searches the digitized papyrological databases in Germany and in its neighbouring countries and displays the results in a homogeneous way.
An interdisciplinary portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources dealing with Egypt and the Nile valley between roughly 800 BC and AD 800 currently expanding its geographical scope to the Ancient World in general
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