Journal of Roman Studies

Survey Article

Roman Inscriptions 2001–2005

Alison E. Cooleya1, Stephen Mitchella2 and Benet Salwaya3

a1 University of Warwick, a.cooley@warwick.ac.uk

a2 University of Exeter, s.mitchell@exeter.ac.uk

a3 University College London, r.salway@ucl.ac.uk

This paper surveys work relating to Roman inscriptions published during the period 2001–2005. The main aims are to signal important newly discovered inscriptions, significant reinterpretations of previously published texts, new trends in the scholarship on the subject and recent studies drawing heavily on epigraphic sources, as well as to report on the progress of major publishing projects.

Key Words:

  • ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS;
  • GREEK INSCRIPTIONS;
  • EPIGRAPHY;
  • ROMAN EMPIRE;
  • ROMAN GOVERNMENT;
  • ROMAN LAW;
  • ROMAN ARMY;
  • FUNERARY INSCRIPTIONS;
  • ROMAN RELIGION;
  • ONOMASTICS