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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Studies in the history and art of the eastern provinces of the Roman empire.
Aberdeen : [Aberdeen University], 1906
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Mitchell Ramsay, Sir; A Margaret Ramsay; W M Calder; Alexander Petrie; John Fraser; Thomas Callander; J G C Anderson
|Notes:||Printed for private distribution. Another issue, differing in the preface, has imprint: London, Hodder & Stoughton, Asia Minor exploration fund, 1906.
Article VIII: The Rede lecture in the University of Cambridge, 1906. Reprinted from the "Contemporary review."
|Description:||xiii, 391 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Ramsay, A.M. Proodos. [Bion dead. From Moschus, Id. II] --
I. Ramsay, A.M. Issurian and east-Phrygian art in the third and fourth centuries after Christ. --
II. Calder, W.M. Smyrna as described by the orator Aelius Aristides. --
III. Petrie, A. Epitaphs in Phrygian Greek. --
IV. Fraser, J. Inheritance by adoption and marriage in Phrygia, as shown in the epitaphs of Trophimos and his relatives. --
V. Callander, T. Explorations in Lyaconia and Isauria, 1904. --
VI. Anderson, J.G.C. Paganism and Christianity in the upper Tembris valley. --
VII. Ramsay, W.M. Preliminary report to the Wilson trustees on exploration in Phrygia and Lyaconia. --
VIII. Ramsay, W.M. The war of Moslem and Christian for the possession of Asia Minor. --
IX. Ramsay, W.M. The Teküioreian guest-friends : an anti-Christian society on the imperial estates at Pisidian Antioch. --
Notes and corrections. --
Ramsay, A.M., Fraser, J. Anderdon, W.R. Epodos. --
|Series Title:||Aberdeen University studies, no. 20.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by W.M. Ramsay.|