5 edition of A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume II found in the catalog.
August 25, 1994
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||M. J. Osborne (Editor), S. G. Byrne (Editor), P. M. Fraser (Editor), E. Matthews (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||536|
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The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names is a unique and momentous on-going scholarly project. Its intention is to provide those engaged in the study of the Greek world with a list, accompanied by full, itemized evidence, of any personal name known from literature, inscriptions, papyri, vases, coins, and other objects. The chronological range is from the earliest period (though excluding Mycenean names. Peter Marshall Fraser et Elaine Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Volume II. AtticaAuthor: Alain Martin.
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A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Volume II: Attica. Edited by M. Osborne and S. Byrne. General Editors: P. Fraser and E. Matthews. A Clarendon Press Publication. Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Description. This unique book provides the source materials for a complete biographical dictionary of Athenians in antiquity.
LGPN II: Attica Edited by M. Osborne and S. Byrne Published by Oxford University Press on 11 August ; reprinted © The British Academy. The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names, a major project of the British Academy, offers scholars a fully documented listing of all known personal names from the ancient Greek world.
It draws on all the available evidence, primarily inscriptions but also literature, papyri, coins, vases and other artefacts; chronologically it ranges from the earliest times (though excluding Mycenean names) to about AD It is thus both a prosopography and an onomasticon in one. In the former capacity, it is the successor to the distinguished Prosopographia Attica of J.
Kirchner, published in ; in the latter it provides the Athenian contribution to the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names series, edited by P. LGPN II: The Most Popular Names Symbol version. Names occurring times or more in LGPN II are listed below.
The 'standard' form is giving first, followed by attested dialectal variants. The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (LGPN) was established to collect and publish all ancient Greek personal names, drawing on the full range of written sources from the 8th century B.C.
down to the late Roman Empire. The project: the origin and purpose of LGPN. LGPN II: Some Statistics (see Guidelines for further information as to how these statistics have been compiled). Nonetheless, a significant addition was necessary to the information in Volume 2 and so it was decided to modify the original data files and re-load once again, rather than modify the data in the database.
The final loading produced only a handful of errors, mostly of content. Preview. Almost 23 years after the publication of the first volume of A Lexicon of Greek personal names (LGPN), the new instalment is warmly VA is the first to appear after the regretted loss of Peter Fraser in September (though he was able to read considerable portions of the volume); Elaine Matthews’ preface praises the scholar at whose initiative LGPN came to light.
A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Vol. III.B. Central Greece from the Megarid to Thessaly | Fraser P., Matthews E. | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names offers scholars a comprehensive listing of all named individuals from the ancient Greek-speaking world.
The present volume, VA, covers Asia Minor (modern Turkey), a particularly interesting area because of its ethnic and cultural diversity. Excluded names include mythological and heroic names, Mycenaean names, later Byzantine names and geographical names.\"--\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" This lexicon provides scholars and students of Greek civilization with a list, supported by evidence, of personal names known from literature, inscriptions.
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This is the eighth volume of the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names to be published, a work which offers comprehensive documentation of named individuals in the Greek-speaking world in the period from c.
BC to AD, drawn from all sources (predominantly written in Greek and to a lesser extent in Latin). It is the third of three volumes that comprise the personal names attested in Asia Minor: Author: J.-S. Balzat. Vol. 1: The Aegean island, Cyprus, Cyrenaica; vol.
2: Attica / edited by M.J. Osborne and S.G. Byrne; vol. 3a: The Peloponnese, Western Greece, Sicily and Magna Graecia / with the collaboration of many scholars; vol.
3b: Central Greece from the Megarid to Thessaly / with the assistance of R.W.V. Catling and the collaboration of many scholars. Excluded names include mythological and heroic names, Mycenaean names, later Byzantine names and geographical names."-- Publisher's website. This lexicon provides scholars and students of Greek civilization with a list, supported by evidence, of personal names known from literature, inscriptions, papyri, vases, coins, and other objects dating.
Get this from a library. A lexicon of Greek personal names. / Volume II, Attica. [Peter Marshall Fraser; Elaine Matthews; Michael J Osborne; Sean G Byrne; British academy,;].
pp, hb, in English. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names offers scholars a comprehensive listing of all named individuals from the ancient Greek-speaking world.
The information needed has been compiled from all written sources, literary, epigraphical, papyrological, and numismatic, within a chronological range from the eighth century BC to approximately AD; the geographical limits match. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume IIIA: The Peloponnese, Western Greece, Sicily and Magna Graecia (Lexicon of Greek Personal Names) by P.
Fraser(Editor) E. Matthews(Editor) Hardcover | British Academy | Pub. Date: ISBN: | ISBN a lexicon of greek personal names. The British Academy.: vol.I:The Aegean Islands Cyprus Cyrenaica. :Attica Edited by e & :The Peloponnese Western Greece Sicily and Magna Graecia.
:Central Greece From the Megarid to Thessaly. :Macedonia Thrace Northern Regions of the Black Sea. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Charlotte Roueche.The names are mainly Greek but Thracian names can be found (in Thrace) and (in the Black Sea regions) Skythian names too, plus Hellenized Roman names too: any name that has been documented in a Greek inscription can be found here, making this reference volume invaluable.
It is an expensive book, so I do not recommend it to Skopje history 5/5.Series: Lexicon of Greek Personal Names; Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (Ma ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewFormat: Hardcover.