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Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum

The Dennison Collection (Studies - Kelsey Museum of Archaeology ; 4)

by Martha Welborn Baldwin

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Published by Univ Microfilms Intl .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inscriptions, Latin,
  • 1869-1917,
  • Dennison, Walter,
  • Epigraphy,
  • Archaeological Museums And Collections,
  • Archaeological collections,
  • Catalogs,
  • Dennison, Walter,

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMario Torelli (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7632452M
    ISBN 100472027115
    ISBN 109780472027118

    Steven L. Tuck is Professor and Chair of Classics at Miami University. In , he received the E. Phillips Knox award, Miami University's highest honor for innovative and effective undergraduate teaching. He is the author of Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison and De Criscio Collections ()/5(20). The Marriage of Roman Soldiers (13 B.C.-A.D. ): Law and Family in the Imperial Army. Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison and De Criscio Collections Her first book is The Marriage of Roman Soldiers and she is currently working on a study of Roman military discipline.

    The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology in Ann Arbor houses the largest collection of Greek and Latin inscriptions in the United States. Though enhanced over the years by miscellaneous acquisitions from various sources, the collection was essentially built upon four foundations: the University of Michigan excavations at Terenouthis in Egypt in and three major purchases . Publications of John (P.) Bodel Books: Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor ) Graveyards and Groves. A Study of the Lex Lucerina (American Journal of Ancient History 11) (Cambridge, Mass. ) Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the U.S.A.: A Checklist, with Stephen Tracy (The.

    The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum tell us about life in the Roman world. From tombstones to monumental inscriptions, discover more about the people memorialized and the people who commissioned the inscriptions. You’ll also pick up a little Latin and learn to translate the most common elements of these inscriptions. Books: Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor ) Graveyards and Groves.A Study of the Lex Lucerina (American Journal of Ancient History 11) (Cambridge, Mass. ) Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the U.S.A.:A Checklist, with Stephen Tracy (The American Academy in Rome: Rome ).


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The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum are among the best primary sources we have for documenting the lives of the lower classes in the Roman world. They provide unique evidence of the details of Roman daily life, including beliefs, occupations, families, and Author: Steven Tuck.

Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum Book Description: The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum are among the best primary sources we have for documenting the lives of the lower classes in the Roman world. The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum are among the best primary sources we have for documenting the lives of the lower classes in the Roman world.

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less than half of the inscription. The inscription is executed in very wide, square capitals, with inconsistent serifs throughout. Cursive elements include the curving horizontal on the L and the X interpuncts in lines 1, 2, and 6. Double guide-lines are still visible on each line.

Publication history: Baldwin in Baldwin and Torellino. 16Author: Steven Tuck. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press: Distributed by University Microfilms International, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Walter Dennison; Walter Dennison: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martha Welborn Baldwin; Mario Torelli; Kelsey Museum of.

Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: the Dennison and De Criscio collections. The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum are among the best primary sources we have for documenting the lives of the lower classes in the Roman world.

They provide unique evidence of the details of Roman daily life, including beliefs, occupations, families, and. Reviews of: Tuck, Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum + OPEL I, Inscription Function 2 Latin, Funerary Material Marble Paint Source Dennison, Walter Provenance Italy Period Roman Date 3rd C AD Type Roman Bibliographic References Baldwin, M.

and Torelli, M. eds. Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison Collection. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Studies 4) Ann Arbor, p. 29, no. ; pl. Inscription Function 2 Latin, Public Material Marble Paint, Modern Source Dennison, Walter Provenance Italy Period Roman Type Roman Bibliographic References Baldwin, M.

and Torelli, M. eds. Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison Collection. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Studies 4) Ann Arbor, p. 63, no. Height The Epigraphic Collection of the Museo Nazionale Romano at the Baths of Diocletian.

Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison and De Criscio Collections Steven L. Tuck Snippet view - Roman Lives: Ancient Roman Life as Illustrated by Latin Inscriptions Brian K.

Harvey Snippet view - All Book Search results ». The collection of Greek and Latin inscriptions housed in the Sackler Museum at Harvard University comprises two distinct groups of objects: Greek texts on works of art owned by the Harvard University Art Museums and Latin texts illustrating private life and religion acquired, and in some cases still owned, by the Department of the Classics.

This book is the first complete catalogue of the Latin inscriptions on stone and metal in the collections of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan.

John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire.

His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions.

The Latin Inscriptions of Rome: A Walking Guide is a one of a kind book. And it is addressed to those who are passionate about Latin and who do not believe that Latin is a dead language.

Latin is a live and well on the streets of Rome and Prof. Lansford takes us to all the many sites where it displays its magnificence best, with excellent Cited by: 6. Steven L. Tuck is Professor and Chair of Classics at Miami University.

Inhe received the E. Phillips Knox award, Miami University's highest honor for innovative and effective undergraduate teaching. He is the author of Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison and De Criscio Collections ().

Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum Steven L Tuck Here is a unique collection of primary source material from the Roman world. The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum are among the best primary sources we have for documenting the lives of the lower classes in the Roman world.

They provide uni. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Map The Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum tell us about life in the Roman world. From tombstones to monumental inscriptions, discover more about the people memorialized and the people who commissioned the inscriptions.

Good example of a short Latin inscription from the tomb of Valeria, a former slave-girl turned hairdresser. In the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan, USA.

Funerary Inscriptions 2. I have completed a manuscript, A Corpus of Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum, publishing Latin inscriptions.

This monograph, which I expect to be published by the University of Michigan Press, will present all of the Latin inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum .=S. L. Tuck, Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum: The Dennison and De Criscio Collections ( University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor) 15 no.

10; EphEp VIII ; AEpigr´ () 20; J. H. D’Arms, ‘Eighteen unedited Latin inscriptions from Puteoli and vicinity’,AJA () –67, at –2 no. 11 =AEpigr´ () Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Brooklyn Museum by Kevin Herbert (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN.

This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Author: Kevin Herbert.