Crawford: Papers of Michael Hewson Crawford regarding 'Imagines Italicae' Papers: Italic inscriptions, numismatics and epigraphy of the ancient Mediterranean
Scope and Contents
These working papers pertain to research and correspondence undertaken by Professor Michael H. Crawford as principal editor of Imagines Italicae: A Corpus of Italic Inscriptions (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement 110). London: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, 2011. This is a three volume catalogue, and associated database, of inscriptions in early Latin, Umbrian and Oscan, created under the aegis of University College London and the Institute of Classical Studies, London. The other contributors were W. M. Broadhead, J. P. T. Clackson, F. Santangelo, S. Thompson, M. Watmough, E. Bissa and G. Bodard. Additionally, specialist off-prints not otherwise held by the University of Cambridge libraries, on the subject of the ancient Mediterranean, and photographs and notes on ancient Italic coinage, were incorporated by Professor Crawford into this collection.
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Language of Materials
The records fall into three series. Series 1 comprises the correspondence, proofs, notes and associated off-prints which supported the production of Crawford, Michael H., and University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Imagines Italicae: A Corpus of Italic Inscriptions. London: Institute of Classical Studies, U of London, 2011. Print. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. Supplement; 110. Series 2 comprises off-prints upon the subject of Mediterranean epigraphy and numismatics in Antiquity, arranged by Professor Crawford according to geographical area. Boxes 21-25 contain off-prints of articles on the ancient Greek world in general. Series 3 comprises correspondence, notes, photographs and associated off-prints on the subject of ancient Italic coinage.
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