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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of inscriptions that were a mass phenomenon in the ancient world and as such their proper assessment can profoundly influence the understanding of the culture and history of the classical world. This observation applies not only to inscriptions written in Greek and Latin but also to texts in other languages long employed in the epigraphic tradition of the Roman Empire. A Roman imperial date for IG IV 732 is supported by letter forms and onomastic data.

Keywords: epigraphic tradition; Roman empire

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