Ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions from Upper Macedonia, Aegean Thrace and Achaia
The collection contains 3 sets of published ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions on stone from Upper Macedonia, Aegean Thrace and the Achaean city of Patras. [ + ]
General InformationThis collection of epigraphic texts represents part of the epigraphic archives of the Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity (KERA), which were progressively constituted since 1980 with permission and in collaboration with the corresponding Department of Antiquities of the direction of Antiquities of the Greek Ministry of Culture, to promote the systematic study and scientific exploitation of epigraphic texts as primary sources for the history, institutions, language, religion and culture of specific Greek regions in Greek and Roman Antiquity.
The collection comprises three sets of published ancient inscriptions on stone (the lower limit being the 7th century AD):
Content (material included)Greek and Latin inscriptions.
UpdateThe Institute aims at updating the collection approximately every two years.
Access to collectionElectronic (www.ekt.gr/pandektis).
Access to the collection through the relevant archives of the Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Research Foundation, (48 Vassileos Konstantinou Av). The epigraphic monuments are kept in various Museums and Collections in Greece and abroad (specified in the appropriate field for each individual inscription).
Contact informationDr. Paschalis Paschidis
Institute of Greek and Roman Antiquity / National Hellenic Research Foundation
48 Vassileos Constantinou Av.116 35 Athens-Greece
Tel: +30 210 7273694
Fax: +30 210 7234145
Copyright statementAs for all monuments of cultural heritage, permission from the Greek Ministry of Culture is required for the reproduction of photographs of the inscriptions. The scientific data of the collection is the product of research work undertaken by researchers and collaborators of the Institute, therefore copyright for all data in the collection belongs to the Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity of the National Hellenic Research Foundation. These data may be used freely, provided that there is explicit reference to their provenance. [ - ]