Boustrophedon inscription, recorded by William Gell, from the throne of a statue at the Sacred Way of Didyma, the road leading from the Temple of Apollo to the sea. Inscription from a helmet at Olympia, votive offering of the city of Syracuse. William Leake cites the latter inscription to show how in Doric inscripions vowel crasis is employed so that inscriptions can end in dactylic hexameter.
LEAKE, William Martin. Journal of a tour in Asia Minor, with comparative remarks on the ancient and modern geography of that country, London, John Murray, 1824.
Art and antiquities
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