Graffito in Greek


Epigraphic Convention Key
Symbol Meaning
ạḅ Characters damaged or unclear that would be unintelligible without context
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Translation: Oh Philippos!
Findspot: Herculaneum , Not found (Unknown.0)
Language: Greek
Writing Style: Graffito/incised
Apparatus Criticus: Textus secundum (3), mensurae secundum (1), qui indicat haec inscriptio intra ultima littera B (EDR140056) erat. Periit (4).
Contulerunt et non invenerunt Beall, Bey IV, Opdenhoff, Tomasi, Zimmermann Damer a. 2014.
v. 1: trascrizione del latino Philippi (1), ΦΙΛΙΠΠΙ (2), it is... likely that the final mark is only part of the letter the writer intended to inscribe. The vertical stroke was very possibly the beginning of an epsilon (3)
Bibliography: Rend. Ac. Arch. Nap., 33, 1958, p. 257, n. 148 (M. Della Corte) (1)
CIL 04, 10588b (2)
Am. Journ. Arch. 122, 2018, pp. 213, 222, 240 (R. Benefiel et H. Sypniewski) (3)
Link to EDR: #EDR140057
Suggested Citation: AGP-EDR140057, The Ancient Graffiti Project, <http://ancientgraffiti.org/Graffiti/graffito/AGP-EDR140057> [accessed: 24 Jun 2019]

Editor: Rebecca Benefiel

Principal Contributor: Fanny Opdenhoff

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