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Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum (Biaa Monograph 29, Regional Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor IV)

by B. H. McLean

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Published by British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian archaeology,
  • Classical Greek & Roman archaeology,
  • Palaeography (history of writing),
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Turkey,
  • Archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8728088M
    ISBN 101898249148
    ISBN 109781898249146

    Most of the Latin inscriptions now in the JHU Museum were acquired by Harry Langford Wilson in the winter of in Rome. Wilson was professor of Roman archaeology and epigraphy at Johns Hopkins and stayed at the American Academy in Rome during the academic year of , which gave him the chance to purchase the inscriptions and have them shipped to Baltimore.   When officials came to inspect the site, an ancient Roman mosaics, bearing geometric patterns with Greek inscriptions were found which suggested .

    He is the author of Biblical Interpretation and Philosophical Hermeneutics (Cambridge University Press, ), New Testament Greek: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press, ), An Introduction to the Study of Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods from Alexander the Great down to the Reign of Constantine ( BCE CE) () and Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum 4/5(2). Bradley H. McLean, Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum (London, ); Bradley H. McLean, An Introduction to Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods: From Alexander the Great to the Reign of Constantine ( BC–AD ) (Ann Arbor, ), reviewed in BMCR

    1 Most of the inscriptions given below were found in excavations conducted by the Palmyra Museum in the Northern wall area. Over many years, Kh. al-As‘ad was clearing systematically the outer face of the city wall commonly attributed to Diocletian between the Museum of Palmyra and Diocletian’s camp at the Western end of the ancient by: 1.   “Prince Siddhartha Leaves the Palace”, 2nd – 3rd century CE, San Diego Museum of Art.


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Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum (Biaa Monograph 29, Regional Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor IV) by B. H. McLean Download PDF EPUB FB2

He is the author of Biblical Interpretation and Philosophical Hermeneutics (Cambridge University Press, ), New Testament Greek: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press, ), An Introduction to the Study of Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods from Alexander the Great down to the Reign of Constantine ( BCE CE) (), and Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum.

Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum Book Description: The city of Konya (ancient Iconium) has long been one of the most important Anatolian centres. The city of Konya (ancient Iconium) has long been one of the most important Anatolian centres.

In the late first century BC it was refounded as a Roman colony, and the centuries of the Roman Empire were among the most prosperous for the region.

Greek and Latin inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum. London: British institute of archaeology at Ankara. Chicago: McLean, Bradley H. Greek and Latin Inscriptions In the Konya Archaeological Museum. London: British institute of archaeology at Ankara, RIS:Cited by: 4.

Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum (British Institute at Ankara Monograph 29) B.H. McLean London Table of contents v Preface vii Abbreviations ix Introduction xvi Map of the Konya district 1 Chapter One. Greek and Latin inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum.

London: British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara ; Oxford [England]: Available from Oxbow Books, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bradley H McLean; Konya Arkeoloji Müzesi.

Greek and Latin inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum. London: British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara ; Oxford [England]: Available from Oxbow Books, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Bradley H McLean; Konya Arkeoloji.

Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum B H McLean Inbunden. New Testament Greek Hellenistic and Biblical Greek A Graduated Reader. ( BCE CE) () and Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum ().

He has taught introductory New Testament Greek for more than twenty years in. the Study of Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods from Alexander the Great Down to the Reign of Constantine ( BCE– CE) (), a nd Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum ().

Using a vari-ety of textbooks, he has taught introductory New Testament Greek for more than. The article contains a revised version of the indexes to personal names (Index 1), names of places (Index 2) and names of gods (Index 3) of the Inscriptions from the Konya Archaeological Museum published by B.

McLean in Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum Book Description: The Burdur Archaeological Museum holds material from a mountainous area of southwest Turkey where Pisidians in antiquity mingled with Phrygians, Lycians and other ancient peoples, coming to terms first with Greek and then with Roman culture.

Konya Archaeological Museum is a state archaeological museum in Konya, ished init had been relocated twice before moving to its present location in One of the most prominent displays in the museum is of sarcophagi and other antiquities from the ancient city of exhibits relate to the Neolithic, Bronze Age (old-Bronze and mid-Bronze periods).

BMCR The Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum. Regional Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor V. The British Institute at Ankara Monographs, Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum, B.H.

McLean () Citation details & contents; Towards Reflexive Method in Archaeology: The Example at Çatalhöyük, edited by Ian Hodder () Citation details & contents; Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey, S.

Ireland (). According to Archaeology News Network, the head of Konya Museum Directorate said the site was particularly important because geometric mosaics are rarely discovered in the city.

Corpora Greek. Aphrodisias: ala = Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity: the Late Roman and Byzantine Inscriptions, C. Roueché [2nd editionupdating 1st edn ] IAph = Inscriptions of Aphrodisias, J.

Reynolds, C. Roueché, G. Bodard [online corpus of the inscriptions of Aphrodisias recorded up to ]; IThesp = Paul Roesch†, Les Inscriptions de Thespies. Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum.

British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara. British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara. ISBN Konya Archaeological Museum has an excellent collection of ancient artifacts ranging from the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Era.

The museum opened in its present location in Among the displays are many ancient Roman sarcophagi, Greek altars and pottery, important inscriptions in Latin and Greek, Byzantine mosaics, and more.

At the end of. McLean, New Testament Greek: An Introduction, New York: Cambridge University Press, ( pages with online workbook and audio files) 4. McLean, Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum, Regional Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor, British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monogr BAR International.

Konya was known in classical antiquity and during the medieval period as Ἰκόνιον (Ikónion) in Greek (with regular Medieval Greek apheresis Kónio(n)) and as Iconium in Latin. Ikónion is merely the Hellenization of an older Luwian name y: Turkey.

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.“The Latin Inscriptions,” in Bradley H.

McLean, Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Konya Archaeological Museum (Ankara, ) “Galen, His Books, and the Horrea Piperataria at Rome,” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 48 () “How Did You Get Hold of a Book in a Roman Library?

Three Second-Century Scenarios,”.The Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum; The Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum. Book. Author(s) / Editor(s): Horsley, Greg H. R. Title of work: The Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum.

Place of publication: London. Publisher: The British Institute at.