Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections Vol. 15 (2022): Miscellaneous

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The primary purpose of this AIUK volume is to offer an account of those UK collections which once held Attic inscriptions, but which have now been dispersed (as a result of sale or donation to other UK or overseas collections), or whose present whereabouts is unknown. The volume is intended to complement and supplement other volumes in the AIUK series, and also earlier guides to ancient Greek antiquities in UK collections. It discusses fifteen collections in the United Kingdom which are recorded as having contained Attic inscriptions, or which hold inscriptions whose Attic provenance is uncertain. It includes full editions of two possibly Attic inscriptions at Bignor Park, West Sussex. In addition, we discuss inscriptions held in two collections in the Republic of Ireland. The volume includes addenda and corrigenda to earlier AIUK volumes (other than the British Museum volumes); most important among these is an addition to AIUK 11 (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford), the funerary stele of Epiktesis.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)i-iv, 1-58
Number of pages64
JournalAttic Inscriptions Online
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sept 2022


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