Two Palmyrene Funerary Stelae in the Collection of the American Academy in Rome
|Professorship/Faculty:||Ancient History||Authors:||Hutton, Jeremy; Klein, Konstantin||Title of the Journal:||Journal of Northwest Semitic languages : JNSL||ISSN:||0085-2414||Corporate Body:||Department of Ancient Studies, University of Stellenbosch|
|Year of publication:||2018||Volume:||44||Issue:||1||Pages / Size:||29–40||Language(s):||English||Document Type:||Article||Abstract:||
There are two Palmyrene funerary stelae in the archaeological study collection of the American Academy in Rome (nos. H28, H29); neither has seen previous publication. The present study offers an art historical and epigraphic description of these objects, discussing the Palmyrene names found in the inscriptions. Together, they provide some new access points into the onomasticon of Palmyra and its environs.
|Peer Reviewed:||Ja||International Distribution:||Ja||URI:||https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/44226||Release Date:||30. July 2018|