The Lycians in Literary and Epigraphic Sources

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Museum Tusculanum Press, 1986 - 273 pages
This book is the first of a projected 2-volume account of the ancient Lycians. The Lycian civilisation has proved, and is continuing to prove, a rich field of investigation for historians, archaeologists, numismatists, and philologists alike. It is a civilisation with many distinctive features, as illustrated by its abundant archaeological remains, particularly the impressive funerary architecture of many of its cities, by its social customs and institutions, attested in both literary and epigraphic sources, by its numerous coin issues, amongst the most varied ever prodcusted in Asia Minor, and by its peculiar language, which today is only partially understood.
 

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Table des matières

Volume
5
The Early Lycians and Greek Literary Tradition
11
The Inscriptions and the Lycian Language
42
A Survey of Discoveries Travellers and Scholars
47
The Historical Background
99
Customs and Institutions
115
The Reliefs
126
Gods and Oracles
172
Part
179
Lycia The GrecoRoman View
203
Registers of Literary References to Lycia
216
Place names
229
Personal names
243
Bibliography
256
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Page 265 - Les dieux de la Lycie classique d'après les textes lyciens', in Actes du Colloque sur la Lycie Antique, Paris, 1-6.

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