Inscriptions (309 Subjects)
Inscription discovered in Magyari, northern Caucasus.
Ancient inscriptions discovered in Nesebar (Mesembria).
Tomb of Princess Kantakouzene Palaiologina in the church of Hagia Sophia, Nesebar.
Antiquities from the Troad.
Tomb at Dana.
Rotonda (Thessaloniki): Mosaics of Dome.
Inscriptions. Fig. 1,2. Inscriptions from the Temple of Jupiter [Beit Mery]. Fig. 3. Inscription from the church of St. Demetrius [Thessaloniki]. Fig. 4, 5. Inscription from the Temple of Aphrodisias. Fig. 6. Inscription from the church of [Church of Panagia Chalkeon (Thessaloniki)]. Fig. 7. Inscription from the gate of Aphrodisias. Fig. 8. Inscription from the altar at Auriol. Fig. 9. Altar at Auriol. Fig. 10 & 11. Details of altar at Auriol.
Funerary stele and urn from Roman tomb at Zakynthos, erroneously thought to be Cicero's Tomb.
Ancient funerary and votive steles from Izmir.
Canopic jars from the necropolis of Abusir, near Cairo.
The Gortyn Code from the Odeon of Gortyn.
Inscriptions on cones (weaving weights) of terra cotta.
Stele with inscription: "ΚΛΑΥΔΙΑ ΠΡΕΠΟΥΣΑ ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ ΥΨΙΣΤΩ".
Tablet dedicated by a person who was cured from some malady in the eyes.
Stele with inscription: "ΤΕΡΤΙΑ ΥΨΙΣΤΩ ΕΥΧΗΝ".
Inscription in Greek and Phoenician from Athens.
Bronze lamina which shews that the sepulchre contained the remains of an Athenian judge, named Diodoros, of the tribunal Phreattys, and of the Demos Phrearroi, which was in the tribe Leontis.
Lamina found in a sepulchre at the Piraeus. It belonged to Deinias, magistrate of the fifth tribunal, and of the demos Alai Aixonides.
Votive stele found near Ilissus river.
Latin inscription from the Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni) in Athens.
Honorary inscription from Athens.
Remains of an building in the ancient city Skepsis (today Kurşunlutepe) in Asia Minor.
Inscription from the Lycian Tombs in Makri (today Fethiye).
Inscriptions from Epidaurus.
Resolution from Nikopolis.
Bust pedestal from Lefkada, with the inscription: ΑΛΚΥΩΝ.
Inscription on a wall, Corfu.