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New roman-era inscriptions from the "cellars" of Diocletians palace


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Demicheli, Dino. (2008). New roman-era inscriptions from the "cellars" of Diocletians palace. Opuscula archaeologica, 32(1). pp. 55-80. ISSN 0473-0992

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Th is work contains an analysis of ten epigraphic monuments found during research in the so-called cellars of Diocletian’s Palace after the Second World War. Nine of these inscriptions have not been published thus far, and one which was believed lost has been rediscovered. Since several of them pre-date the construction of the Palace itself, it is not known if they were brought in from Salona or if they were originally installed in the Split area. An interesting aspect of these inscriptions is that the names of the deceased in them appear only very rarely in Dalmatia or not at all, and some were found in inscriptions of the Roman Empire for the fi rst time.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Antiquity; “cellar” of Diocletian’s Palace; Salona; onomastics; Vulgar Latin; numeri
Subjects: Archaeology
Departments: Department of Archaeology
Date Deposited: 26 Feb 2018 09:32
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2018 09:32

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