Authorization of early Christian knowledge claims (Topoi B-5-3)

Epigraphic material is of vital importance for historical studies, especially in regions like Lycaonia where there is no substantial literary or archaeological evidence. To allow for a systematic study of the hundreds of Christian inscriptions in Lycaonia and Phrygia, an epigraphic database was developed in 2008. Within the database, Greek inscriptions considered relevant for the history of the early Christianity have been collected from scattered publications, critically edited, translated and supplied with commentary and images.

Eintrag bearbeitet: 05-07-2024