publication . Article . 1890

a new portion of the edict of diocletian from megalopolis

Loring, William;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1890 Journal: The Journal of Hellenic Studies, volume 11, pages 299-342 (issn: 0075-4269, eissn: 2041-4099, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)
Abstract
<jats:p>The inscription which follows came to light during the excavation undertaken this year, at Megalopolis, by the British School at Athens. It stood outside the house of a peasant, Βασίλєιος Πєτράκης, whose father had found it, many years previously, in a field upon the ancient site. The existence of the stone was reported first to the Ephor, Mr. Castroménos, who represented the Greek Government at our excavation. Mr. Castroménos courteously announced it to me, and both of us copied it. At that time we had no idea that it formed part of the ‘Edict of Diocletian’; this was first suggested to me by Mr. Gardner, Director of the School, on my return to Cambridg...
Subjects
free text keywords: Classics, Linguistics and Language, Archaeology, Literature and Literary Theory, Visual Arts and Performing Arts, Language and Linguistics, History, Megalopolis
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publication . Article . 1890

a new portion of the edict of diocletian from megalopolis

Loring, William;