Epigraphy


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  • Reinach, T. 1906. Inscriptions d'Aphrodisias, Revue des études grecques 19, 79-150, 205-298.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1973. ‘Aphrodisias, a Free and Federate City,’ Vestigia 17, 115-122.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1979. ‘The Aphrodisias Copy of Diocletian's Edict on Maximum Prices,’ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 33, 46.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1980. ‘The origins and beginnings of imperial cult at Aphrodisias,’ Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 206, 70-84.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1981. ‘New evidence for the imperial cult in Julio-Claudian Aphrodisias”, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 43, 317-327

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1982. Aphrodisias and Rome: Documents from the Excavation of the Theatre at Aphrodisias Conducted by Professor Kenan T. Erim, Together with Some Related Texts. London: Journal of Roman Studies Monograph 1.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1986. ‘Further information on imperial cult at Aphrodisias,’ Studii Clasice 24, 109-17.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1990. ‘Inscriptions and the building of the Temple of Aphrodite,’ in C. Roueché and K. T. Erim (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers: Recent work on architecture and sculpture, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 1, 37-40.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1991. ‘Epigraphic evidence for the construction of the theatre: 1st c. B.C. to mid 3rd c. A.D.,’ in R.R.R. Smith and Erim, K.T. (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 2: the theatre, a sculptor’s workshop, philosophers, and coin-types, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 2, 15-28.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1994. ‘L. Egnatius Victor Lollianus and Carian Aphrodisias,’ in Y. Le Bohec, (ed), L’Afrique, le Gaule, la religion à l’epoque romaine : Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel Le Glay, Brussels: Latomus. 675-680.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1995a. ‘Diocletian’s Prices Edict: New fragments of the Copy at Aphrodisias,’ in R. Frei-Stolba and M.A. Speidel (eds.), Römische Inschriften -- Neufunde, Neulesungen und Neuinterpretation, Festschrift für Hans Lieb. Basel: Friedrich Reinhardt, 17-28.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1995b. ‘The linen-market of Aphrodisias in Caria,’ in Arculiana, Recueil d'hommages offerts à H. Bögli, Avenches: LAOTT, 523-528.

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  • Reynolds, J. M. 1996a. ‘Honouring benefactors at Aphrodisias: a new inscription,’ in C. Roueché and R. R. R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 3: The setting and quarries, mythological and other sculptural decoration, architectural development, Portico of Tiberius, and Tetrapylon, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 20, 121-126.

  • Reynolds, J.M. 1996b. ‘Ruler-cult at Aphrodisias in the late Republic and under the Julio-Claudian Emperors,’ in A. Small (ed.), Subject and Ruler: the Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity. Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 17, 41-50.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1997a. ‘Sculpture in Bronze: an inscription from Aphrodisias,’ Archeologia Classica 49, 423-428.

  • Reynolds, J. M. 1998. ‘An Ordinary Aphrodisian Family: The Message of a Stone,’ in G. Schmeling (ed), Qui Miscuit Utile Dulci: Festschrift Essays for Paul Lachlan MacKendrick, Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 287-296.

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