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A Corpus of Greek Graffiti from Dalmatia

A stunning corpus of some six hundred and fifty Greek graffiti and inscribed artifacts.

This volume catalogs artifacts from sixteen sites along the eastern coast of the upper Adriatic, with items dating from the late sixth century to the first century BCE. The majority of the artifacts come from the two sanctuaries of Diomedes, on the central Adriatic islet of Palagruža and the windswept Cape Ploca. As texts, the materials covered in the volume offer insights into dialect usage and letterforms, and the contributors also make comparisons with material from related sites elsewhere.

370 pages | 5 color plates, 400 halftones | 7 x 9 3/4

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Table of Contents

Introduction

The sites

Ljubacka kosa

Nin

Zadar

Murter

Cape Ploca

Marina

Trogir

Resnik

Brac

Hvar

Vis

Palagruža

Nakovana

Korcula

Lastovo

Appendix; Ošanici

Bibliography

Index of names

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