Thasos. Part I.—Inscriptions

Marcus N. Tod, J. ff. Baker-Penoyre
1909 Journal of Hellenic Studies  
During his visit to Thasos, of which an account, with a map of the island, and plans and drawings of the more important sites will appear in a subsequent number of thisJournal, Mr. J. ff. Baker-Penoyre took copies and squeezes of a number of inscriptions both on the island itself and at Cavalla on the mainland opposite.The inscriptions of Thasos are collected inI.G.xii. 8, which is now in the press and may be expected to appear shortly. Hitherto the most complete collection of them has been
more » ... f them has been that in M. G. Dimitsas,῾Η Μακεδονίαi. (Athens, 1896), pp. 853–1000, consisting of 481 texts. A bibliography of Thasian epigraphy will be found inB.C.H.1900, 263 f. together with 46 inscriptions previously unpublished.
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