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This study serves as an epigraphical and historical reference work, in two parts. The Epigraphical Catalogue represents both a companion and supplement to the Attic corpus of the outdated Inscriptiones Graecae as it pertains to the Augustan and Julio-Claudian period. The Prosopographical Catalogue offers an updated prosopography of the period as it relates to the material of the Epigraphical Catalogue, listing and discussing the major individuals and families of the period. An appendix provides a chronological list of the period's major office-holders, liturgists, and priesthoods. The Epigraphical Catalogue accounts for a total of some 300 inscriptions, representing over sixty 'post-Corpus' inscriptions and more than 200 inscriptions that have been revised previously from the Corpus (due to new joins, dates, classification) and/or are further revised here. As for the inscriptions that remain unaltered from the Corpus, extensive reference is made to them among the appropriate entries of the catalogue.

Keywords: Augustan period; Epigraphical Catalogue; Julio-Claudian period; Prosopographical Catalogue



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