Letter-labels su un pilastro a semicolonne dall’area a sud del Pretorio di Gortina

Lanx. 2009;0(3):41-48 DOI 10.13130/2035-4797/372

 

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Journal Title: Lanx

ISSN: 2035-4797 (Online)

Publisher: Università degli Studi di Milano

LCC Subject Category: Auxiliary sciences of history: Archaeology

Country of publisher: Italy

Language of fulltext: Italian, French, English

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Alessandro Antonucci (Italian Archaeological School at Athens)

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Abstract | Full Text

A paleochristian or protobizantyne double half-column pillar from Gortys is object of epigraphic interest because both its bedding and its resting surfaces support one letter of the Greek alphabet (rho and phi). Paleographically, the two letters under discussion have no comparison in the Gortynian corpus. Probably our epigraphic documents have to be ascribed to the very wide epigraphic category of masons’s marks, and they could particularly fall within the subgroup of fitters’ marks.