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Tombs and territories: the epigraphic culture of Lycia, c. 450 - 197 BC

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In this thesis, I look at the use of inscriptions on stone in the Lycian peninsula during the fourth and third centuries BC, considering the effect of internal and external events on the production of inscriptions in the area, and looking at aspects of continuity and change across the two centuries.

In Chapter 1, I discuss the development of the Lycian alphabet, arguing that origins of the alphabet are far more complex than has usually been believed, and involved elements of bo...

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Classics Faculty
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Ancient History & Classical Arch
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-09-05

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