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New Inscriptions On Lead From Olbia

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Inscriptions on lead plates form a distinct group in Greek Black Sea epigraphy. They include private messages containing information about the lives and condition of Greek settlers as well as more standard texts, such as incantations, which also widen our knowledge of the social and economic structure and legal practice of the Ionian apoikiai of the region. The two inscriptions published for the first time here are both spells, probably judicial and of the early Hellenistic period, and testify to the flourishing legal activity and business life of Olbia.


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