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Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2015 (EBGR 2015)

Angelos Chaniotis
p. 167-219

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To the memory of David Jordan

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Ce document sera publié en ligne en texte intégral en octobre 2020.

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The 28th issue of the EBGR presents epigraphic corpora and new epigraphic finds pub­lished in 2015. I have only included a few contributions to the reading and interpretation of old finds as well as a small selection of publications that adduce inscriptions for the study of religious phenomena. I have also summarizes some publications of earlier years that had not been included in earlier issues of the EBGR (2007–2013).

In this issue, I summarize the content of new corpora from Athens (34), Macedonia (56. 109), Termessos (64), and Hadrianopolis (79) that mainly contain dedications, but also records of manumission through dedication to deities (56). The two most important new inscriptions are the incantations from Selinous (?), known as the ‘Getty hexameters’ and a cult regulation from Thessaly. The ‘Getty hexameters’ have already attracted significant interest in view of the information that they provide on early Greek apotropaic poetry (21. 25. 43. 44. 47. 67–70. 110. 125). A new lo...

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Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2015 (EBGR 2015) », Kernos, 31 | 2018, 167-219.

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Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2015 (EBGR 2015) », Kernos [En ligne], 31 | 2018, mis en ligne le 01 octobre 2020, consulté le 16 décembre 2018. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/kernos/2741

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Angelos Chaniotis

Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton
achaniotis@ias.edu

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