Prof. Robinson presents a series of inscriptions found in Greece, including transcription and commentary on each.
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David Robinson was an excavator whose work in Olynthos is still consulted by archaeologists today. In this paper he publishes previously unknown inscriptions that he copied while in Greece. He includes transcription, translation, and commentary on each item, and taken as a whole they are of considerable value for Greek prosopographia, since several new names occur and some of the persons mentioned can be identified with names already known. This resource will prove valuable toward gaining a better understanding of the civic context of Greek poleis and will be of particular interest to philologists who desire more context for their literary remains.