Funerary Inscriptions (Greek)

I Corpora and collections

(NB this is only a brief selection of some of the larger collections; most corpora will contain a separate section of funerary material)

Athens

·  IG I3, fasc. 2 (tituli sepulcrales up to 403). For  a direct link to PHI click here.

·  IG II-III, pars iii , fasc. 2 For  a direct link to PHI click here.

Agora:

·  Bradeen, D. W. (1974). Inscriptions : the funerary monuments  Princeton, N.J., American School of Classical Studies at Athens The Athenian Agora xvii.

Kerameikos:

·  Werner Peek in 1974: Inschriften, Ostraka, Fluchtafeln. (Kerameikos: Ergebnisse der Augrabungen vol 3)

General

·  Koumanoudis, S. A. (1993). Αττικής επιγραφαί επιτύμβιοι. Athens [or. 1871], H ἐν Ἀθήναις Ἀρχαιολογικἠ Εταιρεία.

·  Bardanis, V. N., G. K. Papadopoulos and B. Petrakos (2006). Συμπλήρωμα των επιτύμβιων μνημείων της Αττικής [Sympliroma ton epitymvion mnimion tis Attikis]. Athinai, Archaiologiki Etaireia.

·  Jeffery, L. H. (1962). "The inscribed gravestones of archaic Attica." Annual of the British School at Athens 57: 115-153.Bradeen, D. W. (1964). "Athenian casualty lists." Hesperia 33: 16-62.

·  Peek, W. (1954). Attische Grabschriften. Berlin, Akademie-Verlag.

         I Eine Nachlese zum letzten Band der Inscriptiones graeca II/III2

         Ii Unedierte Grabinschriften aus Athen und Attika

Delos

·  Couilloud, M.-T. (1974). Les monuments funéraires de Rhénée. Paris  [EAD XXX]

Rhodes:

·  Fraser, P. M. (1977). Rhodian funerary monuments. Oxford. (not a corpus, but a detailed study)

Rome

·  IGUR esp. vol 2 (prose epitaphs) and 3 (epigrams).

Byzantion

·  Firatli, N. (1964). Les stèles funéraires de Byzance gréco-romaine avec l'édition et les index commentés par L. Robert. Paris.

Ephesos:

·  IK 16 (IEphesos VI)

Hierapolis

·  Judeich, W. (1898). Inschriften. Altertümer von Hierapolis. Berlin (JDAI, Ergänzungsheft 4). (contains a lareg number of epitaphs)

Rhodiapolis

·  Kokkinia, C. (2000). Die Opramoas-Inschrift von Rhodiapolis : Euergetismus und soziale Elite in Lykien. Bonn, Habelt. (on the exceptional funerary monument of a weralthy benefactor)

Termessos

·  TAM III.I (contains a large number of epitaphs)

·  Heberdey, R. and Wilberg (1900). "Grabbauten in Termessus in Pisidien." Jahresheft des österreichischen archaeologischen Institutes in Wien 3: 177-213.

Funerary legislation:

·  Frisone, F. (2000). Leggi e Regolamenti Funerari nel Mondo Greco: I. Le Fonti Epigraphiche. Lecce, Universita di Lecce, Scuola di Specializzazione in Archeologia Classica e Medioevale,.


II Studies:

Overviews

·  Guarducci, M. (1969). Epigrafia greca II, Epigrafi di carattere pubblico Roma, Istituto poligrafico dello Stato, Libreria dello Sato. 162-175  Epigrafi Sepolcrali pubbliche

·  Guarducci, M. (1974). Epigrafia greca III, Epigrafi di carattere privato Roma, Istituto poligrafico dello Stato, Libreria dello Sato. P119-197 Epigrafi Sepolcrali

·  Pfohl, G. (1983). Grabinschrift I (griechische). RAC: col. 468-514.

General

·  Garland, R. (1989). "The well-ordered corpse: an investigation into the motives behind Greek funerary legislation." Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 36: 1-15.

·  Guarducci, M. (1969). Epigrafia greca II, Epigrafi di carattere pubblico Roma, Istituto poligrafico dello Stato, Libreria dello Sato. 162-175  Epigrafi Sepolcrali pubbliche

·  Guarducci, M. (1974). Epigrafia greca III, Epigrafi di carattere privato Roma, Istituto poligrafico dello Stato, Libreria dello Sato. P119-197 Epigrafi Sepolcrali

·  Jones, C. (1999). "Interrupted Funerals." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 143(4): 588-600.

·  Meyer, E. A. (1993). "Epitaphs and citizenship in classical Athens." Journal of Hellenic Studies 103: 99-121.

·  Nielsen, T. H., L. Bertrup, M. H. Hansen, L. Rubinstein and T. Vestergaard (1989). "Athenian grave monuments and social class." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 30: 411-420.

·  Oliver, G. J. (2000). "The epigraphy of death studies in the history and society of Greece and Rome."

·  Osborne, R. (1996). Funerary monuments, the democratic citizen, and the representation of women. démocratie athénienne et culture. M. B. Sakellariou ed. . Athens: 229-242.

·  Robert, L. (1968). "Enterrements et épitaphes." L'Antiquité Classique: 406-448 [= OMS VI, 481-124].

Monuments and archaeological context:

·  Clairmont, C. W. (1995). Classical Attic tombstones. Supplementary volume. Kilchberg, Akanthus.

·  Cormack, S. (1997). Funerary monuments and mortuary practices in Roman Asia Minor. The Early Roman Empire in the East. S. Alcock. Oxford, Oxbow: 137-156.

·  Cormack, S. (2004). The Space of Death in Roman Asia Minor. Wien.

·  Fabricius, J. (1999). Die hellenistischen Totenmahlreliefs. Grabrepräsentation und Wertvorstellungen in ostgriechischen Städten. Munich, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Kommission zur Erforschung des antiken Städtewesens; "Studien zur antiken Stadt" (P. Zanker ed.), vol. 3.

·  Fedak, J. (1990). Monumental tombs of the Hellenistic age: a study of selected tombs from the pre-classical to the early Imperial era. Toronto, Phoenix suppl. vol. 27.

·  Garland, R. (1982). "A first catalogue of Athenian peribolos tombs." A first catalogue of Athenian peribolos tombs: 125-177.

·  Grossman, J. B. and J. Paul Getty Museum. (2001). Greek funerary sculpture : catalogue of the collections at the Getty Villa. Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum.

·  Kubinska, J. (1968). Les monuments funéraires dans les inscriptions grecques de l'Asie Mineure. Warszawa.

·  Kubinska, J. (1999). Osthothèques et kaustrai dans les inscriptions grecques d'Asie Mineure. Warszawa, Institute of Archaeology, Warsaw University.

·  McGowan, E. P. (1995). "Tomb marker and turning post : funerary columns in the Archaic period." American Journal of Archaeology 99(4): 615-632.

·  Pfuhl, E. and H. Möbius (1977). Die ostgriechischen Grabreliefs i=iv. Mainz am Rhein, Philipp von Zabern.

Richter, G. M. A. (1961). The archaic gravestones of Attica. London, The Phaidon Press. with an epigraphical appendix by M. Guarducci

·  Small, D. B. (1995). Monuments, laws and analysis: combining archaeology and text in ancient Athens. Methods in the Mediterranean. Historical and archaeological views on texts and archaeology. D. B. Small, Leiden: 143-174.

Foundations

·  Drew-Bear, T. (1980). "An act of foundation at Hypaipa." Chiron 10: 509-536.

·  Laum, B. (1914). Stiftungen in der griechischen und römische Antike, ein Beitrag zur antike Kulturgeschichte. Leipzig.

·  Herrmann, P. and K. Z. Polatkan (1969). Das Testament des Epikrates und andere neue Inschriften aus dem Museum von Manisa. Wien, (SbWien phil.-histl Kl.: 265.1.

·  Jones, C. P. (1983). "A deed of foundation from the territory of Ephesos." Journal of Roman Studies 73: 116-125.

·  Schmitt-Pantel, P. (1981). Évergétisme et mémoire du mort. À propos des fondations de banquets publics dans les cités grecques à l'époque hellénistique et romaine. La mort, les morts dans les sociétés anciennes. G. Gnoli and J.-P. Vernant. Paris/Cambridge: 177-188.

Curses:

·  Bryce, T. B. (1981). "Disciplinary agents in the sepulchral inscriptions of Lycia." Anatolian Studies 31: 81-94.

·  Strubbe, J. (1997). ΑΡΑΙ ΕΠΙΤΥΜΒΙΟΙ Imprecations against desecrators of the grave in the Greek epitaphs of Asia Minor. A catalogue. Bonn, Habelt.

State funerals:

·  Arrington, N. T. (2011). "Inscribing Defeat: The Commemorative Dynamics of the Athenian Casualty Lists." Classical Antiquity 30(2): 179-212.

·  Arrington, N. T. (2015). Ashes, images, and memories : the presence of the war dead in fifth-century Athens. Oxford.

·  Bradeen, D. W. (1967). "The Athenian casualty list of 464 B.C." Hesperia 36: 321-328.

·  Bradeen, D. W. (1968). "New fragments of the casualty lists." Hesperia 37: 237-240.

·  Bradeen, D. W. (1969). "The Athenian casualty lists." CQ 19: 145-159.

·  Bradeen, D. W. and D. M. Lewis (1979). "Notes on the Athenian casualty lists." Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 34: 240-246.

·  Chiricat, É. (2005). Funérailles publiques et enterrement au gymnase à l'époque hellénistique. Citoyenneté et participation à la basse époque hellénistique, Droz: 207-223.

·  Clairmont, C. (1983). Patrios Nomos. public burials in Athens during the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. The archaeological, epigraphic-literary and historiacal evidence. Oxford, BAR International series 161.

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