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date: 22 September 2019

inscriptions, Semitic 

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity
Author(s):
Aaron M. ButtsAaron M. Butts, Ahmad Al-JalladAhmad Al-Jallad, Ahmad Al-JalladAhmad Al-Jallad, Aaron M. ButtsAaron M. Butts, Alain DesreumauxAlain Desreumaux

Semitic inscriptions from Late Antiquity represent the continuation of an earlier Semitic practice combined with the so-called ‘epigraphic habit’ of the Roman Empire. They belong to various genres, ranging from well-developed to simple, including administrative, building, legal, funerary, religious, votive, and ... ...

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