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Roman Inscriptions 1966–1970

  • Joyce Reynolds (a1)
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The harvest of new inscriptions from the past five years seems to be larger than ever, which is, no doubt, to be attributed to new developments in agriculture and building, especially in those countries which had hitherto changed little since antiquity; these are sharply increasing the number of monuments found (and sometimes destroyed) by chance, while more systematic search organized ahead of the machines in some areas (Italy is notable) has also increased the number found by design. It must be admitted that not all the new texts are being published very well; and that some are appearing only in sketchy or popular accounts and in newspapers or journals which are either irrelevant to Classical studies, or are mushrooms which die after a few numbers and so do not find their way into most Classical libraries. This is tedious, but better, surely, than that they should remain quite unreported. In any case, although the writer's own record in this matter is blacker than it should be, it seems reasonable to urge again that excavators and epigraphists should be more willing to give quickly an initial publication which does not aim to be definitive on the first round.

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1 Although there is undoubtedly a risk of virtual burial; thus M. W. Frederiksen reports the publication of a Hadrianic milestone of some interest from the area of Nuceria, lurking unknown since October, 1955, in the Rassegna Tecnica dell'Associazione Nazionale degli Ingegnieri e Architetti Italiani, but even at the national headquarters of this organization in Rome the journal is unobtainable (it is issued by the Naples branch).

2 Hopkins M. K., Population Studies xx (1966), 245 f.

3 e.g. Kajanto I., The Latin Cognomina (Helsinki, 1965); idem, Supernomina (Helsinki 1966); idem in Latomus XXVII (1968), 517 f.; Firmat A., La Onomastica personal primitiva de Hispania (Salamanca, 1966); Alföldy G., Die Personennamen in der Provinz Dalmatia (Heidelberg, 1967); Evans D. Ellis, Gaulish Personal Names (Oxford, 1967); Weisgerber J. L., Die Namen der Ubier (Köln, 1968); Beševliev J., Untersuchungen über die Personennamen bei den Thrakern (Amsterdam, 1970).

4 Notably in the new series Epigraphische Studien, see p. 137.

5 Many examples are noted below.

6 Pallottino M., AC XVIII (1966), 262 f.; XIX (1967), 336 f.

7 For a bibliography see Colonna G., Cristofani M., Garbini G., AC XVIII (1966), 279 f., but a number of additional articles have appeared since then.

8 Torelli M., AC XVIII (1966) 283 f. with linguistic notes by M. Pallottino, 292 f., and again St. Etr. xxv (1967), 347 f.; M. Cristofani, ibid. 565 f.

9 La Regina A. and Torelli M., AC XX (1968), 221 f.

10 Pfiffig A. J., St. Etr. xxxv (1967), 659 f. cf. also Historia XV (1966), 193 f. reinterpreting a text published by Vanoni L. Cavagnaro in St. Etr. XXXIII (1965), 472 f.

11 Cristofani M., St. Etr. XXXVI (1968), 609 f. and Cambridge Acta 187 f.

12 O. Lejeune in the J. H. Gray Lectures, Cambridge 1970 (forthcoming) and cf. Pellegrini G. B. and Prosdocimi A. L., La Lingua Venetica I (Padova, 1967); Bianco A. M. Martini Chieco and Prosdocimi A. L., St. Etr. XXXVII (1969), 511 f.; Prosdocimi A. L., Atti dell'Istituto Veneto CXXVII (1969), 123 f.

13 Bruno M. G. Tibiletti, Rend. 1st. Lomb. c (1966), 279 f. and Prosdocimi A. L., St. Etr. XXXVI (1968), 199 f.; Camporeale G., RAL XXII (1967), 65 f.; La Regina A., Rh. Mus. CIX (1966), 262 f. and M. Torelli on the Lex Osca Bantiae, see below, n. 103.

14 Torelli M., Quaderni dell'Istituto di Topografia Antica V (1968), 75 f.

15 Mercando L., Ioppolo G., Degrassi A., Bull. Comm. LXXIX (19631964), 35 f. = AE 1964, 72; cf. also A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 155; revised by M. Torelli, l.c. in n. 14, 71 f.; AE 1966, 13.

16 T. R. S. Broughton, MRRP, supp. (1960) 19 f.; Blanck H., Rom. Mitt. 73/4 (1966/1967) 62 f. = AE 1967, 19; Solin H., Arctos n.s. VI (1970), 110 f. Blanck suggested identifying Scapola with the P. Cornelius Calussa pont. max., of Livy XXV, 5, 4. Solin argues against this.

17 La Regina A., Dialoghi di Archeologia II (1968), 173 f.

18 G. Susini CRAI 1965, 143 f., reconsidering Zuffa M., Studi Romagnoli XIII (1962), 47 f. = AE 1965, p. 49 f.; criticized by A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 166 f.

19 Solin H., Arctos n.s. VI (1970), 102 f.

20 Di Vita A., Latomus XXII (1963), 478 f.; Barbieri G., Kokalos X–XI (19641965) 313 f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 169 f.

21 Manganaro G., Athenaeum XLIII (1965), 312 f.; criticized Bull. Ep. 1966, 515.

22 Quilici F., Quaderni dell'Istituto di Topografia II (1966), 100 f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 164.

23 V. Bracco, Arch. Stor. Calabria, Lucania 1965–6, 151 f.; Hinrichs F. T., Historia XVI (1967), 162 f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta, 160; Wiseman T. P., PBSR XXIV (1969), 82 f.

24 A. D'Ors, Cambridge Acta 256; Degrassi A., MAL XIII (1967), 38 f. = Scritti Vari III, 129 f.

25 N. Kontoleon, Akte Wien (1964), 192 f. (cf. earlier Πρακτικὰ ἈρΧ. Έτ. 1953 (1956), 270 f.); Bull.Ep. 1965, 304; SEG XVI, 486. The letter-forms are said to suggest the third century, but the content imposes a date after the Peace of Apamea.

26 J. Ferron and Ch. Saumagne, CRAI 1966, 61 f., with subsequent discussion; id., Africa II (1967–8), 75 f.; AE 1967, 546.

27 Bradeen D. W., Hesperia XXXV (1966), 326 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 257. For Mummius' own practice in the matters of title see M. Holleaux, Στρατηϒὸς Ύπατος, 21 f.

28 Sherk R. J., Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies VII (1966), 361 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 447; Roman Documents from the Greek East (Baltimore, 1969), no. 12.

29 Marmorale E. V., Giornale di Filologia XIX (1966), 183 f.

30 A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 167, criticizing Susini G., Studi Romagnoli XIII (1964), 137 f. = AE 1965, 284.

31 De Visscher F., Ant. Cl. XXXIII (1964), 98 f.; id., Rend. Pont. Ace. Arch, XXVI (1963–4), 98 f. = AE 1964, 7; Degrassi A., MAL XIII (1967), 1 f. = Scritti Vari III, 102 f.; Pannuccio A., Athenaeum XLV (1967), 158 = AE 1967, 107; Torelli M., RAL XVIII (1963), 254.

32 Gasperini L., Seconda Miscellanea Greca e Romana (Studi pubbl. dall'Ist. Ital. Stor. Ant., Roma) (Rome, 1968), 381 f.; Sordi M., Epigraphica XXXI (1969), 79 f.

33 Gasperini L., Quaderni di Archeologia della Libia V (1967), 53 f. = AE 1967, 532.

34 Sherk R. J., Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies VI (1965), 295 f.; Bull. Ep. 1967, 555; Roman Documents from the Greek East, no. 17.

35 G. E. Bean and T. B. Mitford, Journeys in Rough Cilicia (see above p. 137), no. 26; Robert L., Documents de l'Asie Mineure Méridionale (Geneva/Paris, 1966), 90 f.; E. Mareti, Acta Antiqua Ac. Sc. Hung. 1968, 233 f.; Sokolowski F., BCH XCII (1968), 519 f.; Bull. Ep. 1969, 581.

36 Erim K. T., PBSR XXIV (1969), 158 f.

37 See recently Miltner F., Jahreshefte XLV (1960) Beiblatt, col. 1 f.; J. Keil and G. Maresch, ibid. col. 75 f.; D. Knibbe, ibid. XLVI (1961–3) Beiblatt, col. 19 f.; XLVII (1964–5) Beiblatt, col. 1 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 462 and 1969, 508. Not e also the criticisms by J. and L. Robert, Bull. Ep. 1965, 341, ibid. 1966, 368, and Robert L., Rev. Phil. XLI (1967), 7 f.

38 Herrmann P., Ath. Mitt. LXXV (1960 pub. 1963), 68 f.; Bull. Ep. 1965, 309.

39 Oliver J. H., AJP CX (1969), 178 f. on AE 1937, 114, with intervening bibliography.

40 P. Herrmann, l.c. in n. 38, 71 f.

41 R. J. Sherk, Roman Documents from the Greek East, no. 65; Laffi U., St. Cl. e Or. XVI (1967), 1 f.

42 Johannowsky W., RAAN XXXVII (1962), 163 f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 159.

43 Panciera S., RAL XXIII (1968), 315 f.

44 A. P. Orlandos, ἈρΧ. ΈΦ. 1965 (pub. 1967), 110 f.

45 I. Nicolaou, Report of the Dept. of Antiquities of Cyprus 1964, no. 23; Bull. Ep. 1966, 483; AE 1966, 487.

46 Papazoglu F., BCH LXXXVII (1963), 526 f. with previous bibliography; Bull. Ep. 1965, 238.

47 Panciera S., Epigraphica XXXI (1969), 104 f.

48 Mélanges Carcopino 629 f.; AE 1965, 594.

49 B. Arakelian, Patma—Banasirakan 1967, fasc. 4., p. 302 f.;. AE 1968, 571.

50 Bloch H., HSCP LXIII (1958), 408f.; AE 1967, 75.

51 Raubitschek A. E., Hesperia XXXV (1966), 250 f., criticized in Bull. Ep. 1967, 187; AE 1967, 447 proposes εὐποιίας—the photograph suggests Λ or A in the fifth place, but is not perfectly clear.

52 Robert L., Rev. Phil. XLI (1967), 7 f. from Keil J. and Maresch G., Jahreshefte XLV (1960) Beiblatt, col. 81 f.; see also Schönbauer E., Iura XVI (1965), 105 f.

53 Oliver J. H., AJP LXXXIX (1968), 345 f.; Bull. Ep. 1969, 147; criticized in AE 1968, 475. It should be added that in Britain and Rome, Essays presented to Eric Birley (Kendal, 1965) 56 f., A. R. Birley had already connected Gordian's family with the Eastern half of the Empire, opting, however, for Asia Minor on grounds of nomenclature.

54 Pflaum H. G., Bull. Arch. Alg. II (19661967), 179 f.; AE 1967, 585.

55 Sotgiu G., Iscrizioni latine della Sardegna (Padova, 1961) no. 362 and Arch. Stor. Sard. XXIX (1964), 151 f. = AE 1966, 169; P. Meloni, Cambridge Acta 241; H. G. Pflaum, Bull. Arch. Alg. 1, 1962–1965 (1967), 159 f.

56 Gascou J., MEFR LXXIX (1967), 609 f., with previous bibliography.

57 Barbieri G., Epigraphica XXIX (1967), 3 f. and XXX (1968), 185 f. = AE 1968,5; cf. also Degrassi A., MAL XIV (1969), III f.; Dusanič S., Epigraphica xxx (1969), 59 f. = AE 1968, 7; Equini E., Epigraphica XXIX (1967), 11 f. = AE 1968, 6; Barbieri G., MEFR LXXXII (1970), 263 f.

58 De Rossi G. M., Tellenae, in Forma Italiae, Reg. I, IV (Rome, 1967), 148 = AE 1967, 55.

59 U. Weidemann, Arch. Anz. 1965, col. 450 = AE 1966, 422, 423; Bull. Ep. 1966, 114.

60 Mello M. and Voza G., Le Iscrizioni latine di Paestum (Naples, 1968), 125, no. 85.

61 Syme R., Epigraphische Studien VII (1969), 125 f.

62 Alföldy G., Madr. Mitt. VIII (1967), 185 f.

63 Autostrade, anno X, no. 8, agosto 1968. For the relevant members of the family of the Volusii Saturnini see PW Suppl. IX, col. 1861 f., and for the dates of L. Volusius Saturninus in Dalmatia, most recently Wilkes J. J., Dalmatia (London, 1969), 442 f. I am very grateful to Dr. Wilkes for further information by letter.

64 Plassart A., REG LXXX (1967), 372 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 296.

65 AE 1932, 84, wrongly; cf. now Deininger J., Madr. Mitt. IV (1963), 99 f.; H. G. Kolbe, ibid. VI (1965), 116 f.; R. Nierhaus, ibid. 120 f. = AE 1965, 236; J. Deininger, ibid. VII (1966), 206 f. = AE 1966, 189; R. Wiegels, ibid. IX (1968), 230 f.

66 Torelli M., JRS LVIII (1968), 170 f. and Cambridge Acta 235 f.; AE 1968, 145.

67 Gilliam J-F., BCH XCI (1967), 269 f. and, independently, Devrekker J., Latomus XXVI (1967), 717 f.; both from Kapetanopoulos E., BCH xc (1966), 119 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 297.

68 Alföldy G., Madr. Mitt. VI (1965), 105 f. = AE 1966, 186.

69 Wilkes J. J., Epigraphische Studien IV (1967), 119 f. = AE 1967, 355.

70 Notably Ferrua A., Bull. Comm. LXXVIII (19611962, pub. 1964), 116 f.; Panciera S., RAL XXIII (1968), 315 f. with a bibliography of recent works on the Acta; cf. also Reynolds J. M., PBSR XXIV (1969), 158 f.

71 G. E. Bean and T. B. Mitford, Journeys in Rough Cilicia (see above p. 137), no. 31; Wachtel K., Klio XLVIII (1967), 169 f.; H. G. Pflaum, Corolla Erich Swoboda 183 f.; AE 1965, 485; Bull. Ep. 1968, 619.

72 V. Canarache in Contemporanul, 30th August, 1968; thanks are due to Professor Syme for the copy of this paper.

73 A recent discussion of the Fasti of the province left the point open, see Fitz J., Die Laufbahn der Statthalter in der römischen Provinz Moesia Inferior (Weimar, 1966), 14 f., and now Syme's R. useful revisions, Dacia XII (1968), esp. 335.

74 Zevi F., MEFR LXXXII (1970), 279 f.

75 Jameson S. E., Anatolian Studies XVI (1966), 125 f.

76 Oliver J. H., Hesperia XXXVI (1967), 42 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 226.

77 Bowersock G. W., Greek, Roman and Byzantine studies III (1967), 279 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 233; AE 1968, 473; cf. Millar F. G., JRS LV (1965), 142.

78 Pfeffer W. v., Mainzer Z.S. LIX (1964), 56; AE 1965, 240, 241; Grosso F., Athenaeum XLVIII (1967), 346 f.; Alföldy G., Die Legionslegaten der römischen Rheinarmeen (Köln, 1967) 44, n. 229 and Bonner Jb. CLXVIII (1968), 135; his Asiatic proconsulate had already appeared in a slightly earlier discovery, AE, 1964, 232.

79 Panciera S., Epigraphica XXIX (1967), 18 f.; AE 1968, 109; for the Aversa text see G. Barbieri, Akte Wien, 40 f. = AE 1964, 223 and subsequently Barnes T. D., Class. Quart. n. s. XX (1970), 198, who proposed in 1. 12 lud(is) mag(nis) for iud(icio) mag(no). For other senatorial members of the family cf. Gilliam J. F., Historia XVI (1967), 252 f.

80 See J. R. Palanque, Mélanges Piganiol 837 f., commenting on Évrard G., MEFR LXXIV (1962), 607 f.

81 Gatti L., RAL XXIV (1969), 321 f.

82 Chastagnol A., Epigraphica XXIX (1967), 105 f. = AE 1968, 113.

83 Chastagnol A., Le Sénat romain sous le règne d'Odoacre (Bonn, 1966).

84 Veyne P., BCH xc (1966), 144 f. = AE 1966, 84; criticized by A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 163.

85 Nicolet C., BCH XCI (1967), 411 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 528.

86 Franzoni F., Verona, Testimonianze archeologiche (Verona, 1965), 115, cf. also Vita Veronese XIX (1966), 335 = AE 1966, 124.

87 Bruhl A. and Audin A., Gallia XXIII (1965), 267 f. = AE 1966, 252.

88 Magi F., Rend. Pont. Ace. Arch. XXXV (19621963), 4 f. and Studi Romani XI (1963), 50 f. = AE 1964, 255; Hartmann E., Gymnasium LXXII (1965), 1 f.; H. Volkmann, ibid. 328 f.; Iversen E., JEA LI (1965), 149 f.; Boucher J. P., Caius Cornelius Gallus (Lyon, 1966), 33 f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 155; Guadagno G., Opuscula Romana VI = Acta Inst. Rom. Regni Sueciae XXIX (1968), 21 f.; AE 1968, 531.

89 Monti S., RAAN XL (1965), 79 f., on CIL x, 5382.

90 AE 1967, 525 from Avi-Yonah M., IEJ XVI (1966), 258 f.

91 Mello and Voza, l.c. in n. 60, 128 f., no. 86.

92 Zevi F., Atti e Memorie della Società istriana di Archeologia e Storia Patria n.s. XVI (1968), 5 f. and Cambridge Acta 193 f.

93 Alföldy G., Bonner Jb. CLXV (1965), 187 f., with improvements in AE 1966, 262.

94 Duncan Jones R. J., C. Phil. LXIV (1969), 229 f.; ibid. LXV (1970), 107 f.

95 AE 1966, 495 from Avi-Yonah M., IEJ XVI (1966), 135 f.; see also Scheiber S., Arch. Ert. XCIV (1967), 59 f.; Balla L., Acta Classica Univ. Sc. Debrecen. III (1967), 85 f.; Fitz J., Latomus XXVIII (1969), 126 f.

96 G. E. Bean, Inscriptions of Side no. 110 = AE 1966, 474.

97 H. D'Escurac-Doisy, Mélanges Piganiol 1191 f. = AE 1966, 597, cf. also 596.

98 Gerov B., Athenaeum XLIII (1965), 333 f. = AE 1965, 114; Bull. Ep. 1966, 255; Nagy T., Klio XLVI (1965), 339 f.

99 Knibbe D., Jahreshefte XLVII (19641965) Beiblatt, col. 13 f.

100 McCredie J., Hesperia XXXIV (1965), 114 f. = AE 1965, 205; Oliver J. H., AJP LXXXVII (1966), 75 f.; P. R. C. Weaver, ibid. 147 f.; J. F. Gilliam, ibid. 458 f.; AE 1967, 444; Bull. Ep. 1967, 451.

101 Chantraine H., Freigelassene und Sklaven im Dienst der römischen Kaiser: Studien zu ihrer Nomenklatur (Wiesbaden, 1967); Wachtel K., Sklaven und Freigelassene in der staatlichen Finanzverwaltung der römischen Kaiserzeit (Berlin, 1966).

102 Speidel M., JRS LX (1970), 142 f.

103 Bellido A. Garcia y, Arch. Esp. de Arq. XXXIX (1966), 24 f. = AE 1967, 230; Nesselhauf H. and Petrikovits H.v., Bonner Jb. CLXVII (1967), 268 f. and for the evidence for Nijmegen, Bogaers J. E., Bonner Jb., Beiheft XIX (1967), 63 f.

104 Mattingly H. B., JRS LIX (1969), 129 f.; ibid. LX (1970), 154 f.

105 Adamesteanu D. and Torelli M., AC XXI (1969), 1 f.

106 Bove L., RAAN XLI (1966), 207 f. and Labeo XIII (1967), 22 f.; see also Kunkel W. in PW XXIV, col. 779 f.

107 Guey J., Mélanges Piganiol 1, 249 f.

108 Bellido A. Garcia y, Boletin de la R. Acad. de la Hist. CLVIII (1966), 149 f.; see discussion and proposed revision in AE 1967, 239, and for the most up to date text A. D'Ors, Cambridge Acta 254 f.

109 Giordano C., RAAN XLI (1966), 107 f.; for critical revisions of some readings and interpretations see Barbieri G., Epigraphica XXIX (1967), 3 f., XXX (1968), 185 f., and Degrassi A., MAL XIV (1969), 136 f.

110 Reynolds J. M. and Goodchild R. G., Libya Antiqua II (1965), 103 f. = AE 1967, 531.

111 Reynolds J. M., PBSR XXXIV (1966), 58 f. = AE 1968, 165.

112 Robert L., Rev. Phil. XLI (1967), 46 from Keil J. and Maresch G., Jahreshefte XLV (1960) Beiblatt, col. 83; cf. also E. Schönbauer, lura XVI (1965), 108 f.

113 Marshall A. J., AJP LXXXJX (1968), 39 f. and Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies X (1969), 255 f.

114 Oliver J. H., Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies VI (1965), 143 f. with reference to Pippidi D. M., Studii Clasice VI (1964), 331 f.; Bull. Ep. 1966, 276; AE 1966, 360.

115 Laffi U., St. Cl. e Or. XIV (1965), 117 f.

116 Ashby T. and Gardner R., PBSR VIII (1916), 170; but see recently the Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno for the 28th Feb., 1963.

117 P. Salama, Cambridge Acta 279 f.

118 Adinolfi A., Oriens Antiquus IV (1965), 71 f.; Bull. Ep. 1966, 467; AE 1967, 492; cf. also the two Diocletianic boundary stones set up in North Syria by a census official, Jarry J., Annales Islamiques VII (1968), 158 f. = AE 1968, 514, 515.

119 Lauffer S., Diokletian's Preisedikt (Berlin, 1970), with bibliography of recent additions.

120 For instance, on Alatri, Gasperini L., Aletrium I, I documenti epigrafici (Alatri, 1965); Antioch (Pisidian), Levick B., Anatolian Studies XV (1965), 54 f., XVII (1967), 101 f.; Athens Geagan D., Hesperia Supp. XII (1967); Bologna (as an Augustan colony), Donati A., AC XVIII (1966), 248 f.; Bosra, Rey-Coquais J. P., Ann. Arch. de la Syrie XV (1966), 65 f.; Comana Harper R., Anatolian Studies XVIII (1968), 93 f., XIX (1969), 27 f.; Formiae, Colombini A., Athenaeum XLIV (1966), 137 f. = AE 1966, 67; Gerulata, R. Hosek, Cambridge Acta 307 f.; Herdoniae, Van Winterghem F., Ordona II, Inscriptions (Brussels, 1967); Paestum, Mello and Voza, l.c. in n. 60; Petra, J. Starcky and C.-M. Bennett, Syria (1968), 41 f., cf. Bull. Ep. 1969, 597; Tarentum (Neronian colonists), L. Gasperini, Seconda Miscellanea (see n. 32), 389 f. and Cambridge Acta 135 f.

121 Freda O., Contributi dell'Istituto di Filologia Classica dell'Univ. Catt. di Milano I (1963), 245 f. = AE 1966, 75.

122 Manganaro G., Cronache di Archeologia III (1964), 38 f., cf. Bull. Ep. 1966, 512; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 169.

123 A. P. Orlandos, Πρακτικα άρχ. ἐτ. 1959 (publ. 1965), 169 f.; Bull. Ep. 1965, 200.

124 Ducrey P., BCH XCIII (1969), 846 f.

125 Beschaouch A., Karthago XIV (1968), 124 f.

126 Rey-Coquais J. P., Ann. Arch. de la Syrie XVIII (1968), 69 f.

127 Erim K. T. and Reynolds J. M., JRS LIX (1969), 56 f. Note that in line 3 the reading should be Χαίρε[ιν]; see also J. Oliver H., Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies XI (1970), 137 f. for some reinterpretation, and for further criticism, J. and L. Robert, Bull. Ep. 1970, 445 f.

128 Torelli M., St. Etr. XXXVI (1968), 467 f.

129 AE 1954, 216; see most recently Vitucci G., Ann. Ace. Etr. di Cortona XII (19611964), 57 f. arguing again that the subject is Q. Fabius Maximus and Mazzarino S., Il Pensiero Storico Classico (Bari, 1966), 322 f. arguing for C. Duilius; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 161 in criticism.

130 Torelli M., RAL XXI (1966), I f.; A. Degrassi, Cambridge Acta 161 f.; Adamesteanu D. and Torelli M., St. Etr. XXXV (1967), 667 f.; AE 1967, 105; Torelli M., AC XXI (1969), 15 f.

131 Gasperini L., Epigraphica XXXII (1970), 1 f.

132 P. Meloni, Cambridge Acta 244; Moscati S., Rend. Pont. Acc. Arch. XLI (1968), 53 f.

133 Guarducci M., RAL XXIV (1969), 275 f.; for the earlier publication see Bull. Comm. LXXIV, 19511952 (1954). 57 f. and criticism by J. and L. Robert, Bull. Ep. 1955, 292.

134 Giordano C., RAAN XLI (1966), 73 f.

135 Robert L., Studii Clasice IX (1967), 113 f.; Bull. Ep. 1968, 332.

136 Guarducci M., Riv. Arch. Class. XVII (1965), 219 f., see also AC XIX (1967), 144; for another recent treatment, more sympathetic to the idea of the Christian origin, see the discussion of the element AREPO by Griffiths J. Gwyn, CR LXXXV (1971), 6 f., unfortunately written without knowledge of Prof. Guarducci's article.

137 G. Ch. Picard, Rev. Arch. 1965, 101 f. = AE 1965, 271.

138 For a summing up, Cozza L., Quaderni dell'Istituto di Topografia v (1968), 9 f. but also see recently Coarelli F., Bull. Comm. LXXX (19651967), 37 f. and Palatino XII (1968), 365 f.; Marchetti-Longhi G., MEFR LXXXII (1970), 117 f. (critical).

139 Guarducci M., Rend. Pont. Acc. Arch. XLII (19691970), 219 f.

140 P. Herrmann, l.c. in n. 38 above, 128, no. 29.

141 Jones C. P., Harvard Studies in Classical Philology LXXI (1966), 205 f.

142 Cameron A., Athenaeum XLV (1967), 143 f. on Raubitschek A. E., Hesperia XXXIII (1964), 63 f.; see also Bull. Ep. 1965, 155.

143 AE 1967, 85; P. Krarup, Cambridge Acta 215 with bibliography which, however, has continued to grow excessively.

144 Dabrowski K. and Kolendo J., Archeologia (Warsaw) XII, 2 (1967), 383 f.; AE 1967, 346 bis.

145 Barger T. C., Archaeology XXII (1969), 139 f.; Bull. Ep. 1969, 598.

146 Sattin F., Libya Antiqua II (1965), 77 and Pl. LXXXVI b.; Daniels C., Antiquaries Journal L (1970), 55.

147 Feydit F. in Armeniaca (Mélanges d'Études Arméniennes) (Venice, 1969), 184 f. on SEG xv, 836; against my proposal for saving Prof. Feydit's conjecture, Mr Wilkinson reminds me that SEG xv, 837 indicates that it was quite possible in Armenia to place the king's name at the start of a text without introductory titles.

148 A. Beschaouch, CRAI 1966, 134 f.; AE 1967 549.

149 A. Bescbaouch, CRAI 1967, 348 f.

* In preparing this survey I have had generous and invaluable help from a number of friends, especially Miss L. Baumbach, Mr. J. A. Crook, Dr. R. J. Duncan Jones, Mr. M. W. Frederiksen, Mr. Jeremy Paterson, Dr. Mario Torelli and Mr. R. D. Wilkinson. I should stress that, as always, the selection of items for mention is heavily biassed by my personal ignorances and interests. For new inscriptions from Roman Britain, which are not here considered, readers of the Journal will already be acquainted with the valuable surveys of Mr. R. P. Wright; these appear as part of the Annual Report on Roman Britain, which has now passed logically to Britannia (vol. I (1970), ‘Roman Britain in 1969’).

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