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Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2016 (EBGR 2016)

Angelos Chaniotis
p. 297-339

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The 29th issue of the EBGR presents epigraphic corpora and new epigraphic finds published in 2016 and a few contributions to the reading and interpretation of old finds. I have also summarized numerous publications of earlier years that had not been included in earlier issues of the EBGR.

In this issue, I summarize the content of new corpora and large epigraphic collections from Athens (98), Corinth (118), Thessaly (134), Kos (22), north Epirus and south Illyria (27), Smyrna (15), and Asia Minor (85). Among the new finds, I single out the rock-cut inscription with a cult regulation in Panoteus, previously known from a quotation in the cult regulation of the Labyadai in Delphi (107); this text, along with another rock-cut inscription from the same site, still remains puzzling. I also note a new Dionysiac/Orphic tablet from Crete (127), a new cult regulation from Larisa (133), a public document from Atrax that excludes a certain individual from the cults of a family group (134), a nove...

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Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2016 (EBGR 2016) », Kernos, 32 | 2019, 297-339.

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Angelos Chaniotis, « Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion 2016 (EBGR 2016) », Kernos [En ligne], 32 | 2019, mis en ligne le 01 octobre 2021, consulté le 25 janvier 2020. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/kernos/3169

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Angelos Chaniotis

Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton
achaniotis@ias.edu

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