Epigraphy

Epigraphical Museum - Athens

Images and descriptions of the major exhibits at the Museum. The Epigraphical Museum was founded in 1885 and it was established in the ground floor of the building of the National Archaeological Museum.

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Index of Ogham Inscriptions

Inscriptions, bibliography, and image bank.

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Cornell Greek Epigraphy Project

The Epigraphical Museum is unique in Greece and the largest of its kind in the world. It safeguards 13,510, mostly Greek, inscriptions, which cover the period from early historical times to the Late Roman period, primarily in Greece. [Cornell University]

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Epigraphical Museum Athens

[Papyrology and Epigraphy]

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Inscriptiones Graecae Eystettenses

Greek Inscriptions of Asia Minor [Papyrology and Epigraphy]

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Inscriptiones Graecae Eystettenses

Greek Inscriptions of Asia Minor [Papyrology and Epigraphy]

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Inscriptiones Graecae Eystettenses

Greek Inscriptions of Asia Minor [Papyrology and Epigraphy]

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Epigraphical Museum of Athens

The purpose of the museum, which is a Special Regional Service of the Ministry of Culture, is to safeguard, protect, conserve, display and promote the epigraphical collections that it contains.

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Index of Ogham Inscriptions

Index of Ogham inscriptions, bibliography, and image bank. [Epigraphy]

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Rune Typology Project

The project is aiming to create a new transliteration system for runes in order to facilitate comparison of such texts. The site includes a searchable database of runic inscriptions. [Epigraphy]

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Cornell Greek Epigraphy Project

Information regarding the Cornell Project, which is encoding epigraphic texts into a CD-ROM format. [Epigraphy]

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Write Like a Babylonian

see your monogram in cuneiform, the way an ancient Babylonian might have written it. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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