A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume I: The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Cyrenaica by P. M. FraserA Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume I: The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Cyrenaica by P. M. Fraser

A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume I: The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Cyrenaica

EditorP. M. Fraser, E. Matthews

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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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) to about the seventh century AD; the arrangement, both with each of the alphabetically arranged entries and in the work as a whole, is regional. This first volume in the series covers theAegean Islands, Cyprus, and Cyrenaica. Volume II, which has now also been published, covers Athens.
P. M. Fraser is at All Souls College, Oxford. E. Matthews is at British Academy.
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Title:A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume I: The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, CyrenaicaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:528 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 1.34 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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'a learned work of reference, sponsored by the British Academy, likely to be of great value to ancient historians and epigraphists.' Times Literary Supplement