Call Number: CN510 .C33 1991
This book is the fourth edition. It provides information on Latin epigraphy, divided into three parts with two appendices and seven indices. Part I discusses the characteristics and limits of epigraphy and concludes with a substantial analysis of the scientific study of ancient Latin epigraphy, namely its transmission, conservation, and utilization. Part II presents alphabet, style, and dating information. Part III presents examples of inscriptions with commentary.