Inscriptions & Epigraphy.

Imagines inscriptionum Graecarum antiquissimarum. In usum scholarum. Composuit Hermannus Roehi. Editio tertia. Berolini: Apud Georgium Reimerum, 1907.

Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions. By James C. Egbert, Jr. New York: American Book Company, 1896.

Inscriptiones veteres in Hispania repertae; ab Adolpho Occone medico Augustano collectae, digestae, et nunc primum in lucem editae… E Typographieio H. Commelini, 1596.

Inscriptiones antiquae totius orbis Romani, in corpus absolutiß. redactae. Cum indicib. XXV. Ingenio ac cura Iani Gruteri, Ex officini Commeliniana, [1603]. —A huge fat volume of all inscriptions known to the editor from all over the world, beautifully printed, carefully categorized, and copiously indexed.

Latin Historical Inscriptions illustrating the history of the early empire. By G. McN. Rushforth. Oxford, 1893.

New Classical Fragments and Other Greek and Latin Papyri. Edited by Bernard P. Grenfell, M.A., and Arthur S. Hunt, M.A. Oxford, 1897.

“These documents offer a good example of the varied character of papyri found in Egypt, both in.age and contents. Besides numerous fragments of classical literature, new and old, and documents relating to the history of the Church from the fourth to the seventh century, this volume contains (for the first time) a complete series of dated official and private Greek papyri from the third century b.c. to the eighth a.d., as well as a few pieces in Latin.”

Inscriptions latines de l’Algérie, par Stéphane Gsell. Paris: Librairie ancienne Honoré Champion, 1922.

Tome Premier : Inscriptions de la Proconsulaire.

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Christian Inscriptions, by H. P. V. Nunn. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1920. —A collection, aimed at students, of the most important early Christian inscriptions.
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Early Christian Inscriptions in the Bennett Museum of Christian Archaeology. Published for the first time with translations by Amos Williams Patten, D. D. Garrett Biblical Institute, 1915.

Wadi Sarga: Coptic and Greek texts from the excavations undertaken by the Byzantine research account. Edited by W. E. Crum and H. I. Bell. With an introduction by R. Campbell Thompson. Hauiniae: Gyldendalske Boghandel-Nordsk Forlag, 1922.

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, edited with translations and notes by Bernard P. Grenefell and Arthur S. Hunt.

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Part VII.

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Part XIV.

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Aramaic Papyri of the Fifth Century b.c. Edited, with translation and notes, by A. Cowley. Oxford, 1923.

Corpus inscriptionum Iudaeae/Palestinae. A multi-lingual corpus of the inscriptions from Alexander to Muhammad. Edited by Hannah M. Cotton et al. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010–2011. —Missing Vol. II.