J.M.R. Cormack Macedonian Collections – squeezes

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ALMOPIA

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Macedonian Edessa and Pella," Studies Presented to David Moore Robinson (1953) 374-381 + plates.

  • 381, no. 9 – Funerary stele with relief, from Mileas, date uncertain

Keramopoullos, A.D. "Anaskaphe kai ereunai en Makedonia," Praktika tes en Athenais Archaiologikes Hetaireias (1934) 67-91.

  • 69-70 – Funerary stele, from Prodromos, late imperial period
  • 70 – Funerary stele, from Prodromos, date uncertain

Pappadakis, N. "Ek tes ano Makedonias," Athena 25 (1913) 430-462.

  • 455, no. 57 – Dedication with relief of Thracian rider and boar, from Margarita, Roman period
  • 456, no. 58 – Funerary stele with relief, date uncertain

 

BOTTIAIA

 

BEROIA

Gounaropoulou, L. and M.B. Hatzopoulos. Epigraphes kato Makedonias I: Epigraphes Beroeas (EKM). Athens 1998.

  • EKM I 1 – Gymnasiarchal law, side a, lines 14-60, side b, lines 55-110, first third of 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 3 – Letter of Demetrios, son of Antigonas Gonatas, February, 248 BCE
  • EKM I 6 – Imperial letter of Hadrian, 119-138 (127?) CE
  • EKM I 9 – Letter of Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus to the Beroeans, 161-169 CE
  • EKM I 25 – Dedication to Zeus Hypsistos, May 119 CE
  • EKM I 28 – Dedication to Zeus Hypsistos, with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 36 – Dedication to Isis Lochia, first half of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 40 – Record of gift from private funds for a water conduit, end of 1st, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 45 – Manumission, 239-229 BCE
  • EKM I 48 – Manumission, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 49 – Manumission, June 181 CE
  • EKM I 51 – Manumission, June 240 CE
  • EKM I 52 – Manumission, March 262 CE
  • EKM I 61 – Honorary inscription, 69-84 CE
  • EKM I 62 – Honorary inscription, 79-81 CE
  • EKM I 63 – Honorary inscription, 98 CE
  • EKM I 71 – Honorary inscription, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 85 – Honorary inscription, 2nd century CE (?)
  • EKM I 104 – Honorary inscription, 1st century CE
  • EKM I 105 – Honorary inscription, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 106 – Honorary inscription for a high priest, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 108 – Honorary inscription, mid-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 109 – Honorary inscription, after 249/50 CE
  • EKM I 117 – Honorary inscription for Q. Popillius Pytho, last half of 1st century CE
  • EKM I 122 – Honorary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 126 – Honorary inscription, end of 1st century CE
  • EKM I 128 – Honorary inscription, end of 1st, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 135 – Ephebic catalog, 177/78 CE
  • EKM I 140 – Victors list, first half of 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 143 – Catalog of names, 2nd-3rd century CE (before 212 CE)
  • EKM I 156 – Funerary inscription, first half of 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 160 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 163 – Funerary monument with relief, first half of 1st century BCE
  • EKM I 169 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 181 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 182 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd-1st century BCE
  • EKM I 183 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-1st century BCE
  • EKM I 186 – Funerary monument with relief, 1st century BCE
  • EKM I 187 – Funerary monument with relief, mid-1st century CE
  • EKM I 190 – Funerary monument with relief, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 195 – Funerary monument with relief, 1st century BCE
  • EKM I 197 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century BCE
  • EKM I 205 – Funerary monument with relief, beginning of 1st c. BCE
  • EKM I 206 – Funerary inscription, 1st-2nd century CE
  • EKM I 207 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 208 – Funerary inscription with relief 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 216 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 217 – Funerary monument with relief, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 220 – Funerary monument with relief, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 221 – Funerary inscription, first half of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 222 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE (?)
  • EKM I 223 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 226 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 230 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 231 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 241 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 242 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 247 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 250 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 253 – Funerary monument with relief, second half of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 255 – Funerary monument with relief, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 257 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 262 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE (?)
  • EKM I 263 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 269 – Funerary inscription, second half of 2nd c. CE
  • EKM I 271 – Funerary inscription, end of 1st century CE
  • EKM I 273 – Funerary inscription, first half of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 287 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 290 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 300 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 301 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 302 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 303 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 307 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 308 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 317 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 320 – Funerary inscription, 1st-2nd century CE
  • EKM I 322 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 333 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 336 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 337 – Funerary monument with relief, first half of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 338 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 340 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 347 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 348 – Funerary monument with relief, beginning of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 350 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 351 – Funerary inscription, 1st century CE
  • EKM I 355 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 357 – Funerary inscription, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 359 – Funerary inscription, first half of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 362 – Funerary inscription, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 363 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 365 – Funerary inscription, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 369 – Funerary inscription, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 370 – Funerary inscription, end of 1st century CE
  • EKM I 373 – Funerary monument with relief, mid-2nd century CE
  • EKM I 381 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 382 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 387 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 388 – Funerary monument with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 391 – Funerary monument with relief, 3rd century BC
  • EKM I 395 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 399 – Funerary inscription, beginning of 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 404 – Funerary inscription, 2nd century CE
  • EKM I 405 – Funerary inscription, 3rd century CE
  • EKM I 417 – Funerary inscription - bilingual, first half of 2nd century CE
  • EKM I ad 427 – Christian inscription, 5th-6th century CE
  • EKM I 428 – Funerary inscription, 6th century CE (?)
  • EKM I 430 – Funerary inscripion, 5th-6th century CE
  • EKM I 440 – Christian funerary inscription, 5th-6th century CE
  • EKM I 446 – Christian funerary inscription, 3rd-4th century CE
  • EKM I 455 – Funerary inscription, 4th-5th century CE (?)
  • EKM I 463 – Fragment of uncertain nature, Roman imperial period (?)
  • EKM I 488 – Bilingual imperial letter to the Macedonian Koinon, from Asomata, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 498 – Funerary monument with relief, from Nea Nikomedeia, 4th century BCE (?)
  • EKM I 501 – Funerary monument with relief, from Nea Nikomedeia – Latin, beginning of 2nd century CE (?)
  • EKM I 504 – Funerary monument with relief, from Patris, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • EKM I 506 – Funerary inscription, from Rachi, 1st century BCE
  • EKM I 507 – Funerary inscription, from Rachi, 1st century BCE (?)

 

Petsas, Ph.M., M.B. Hatzopoulos, L. Gounaropoulou, and P. Paschidis. Inscriptions du Sanctuaire de la Mère des Dieux Autochtone de Leukopétra (Macédoine). (I.Leuk.) Meletemata 28. Athens 2000.

 

EDESSA

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Macedonia," Annual of the British School at Athens 58 (1963) 20-29.

  • 20-22, no. 1 – Ephebic decree, 180/81 CE
  • 22, no. 2 – Funerary inscription for Aurelia Ariste dedicated by her husband Aurelios Aexandros, 233/4 CE
  • 22-23, no. 3 – Funerary stele with relief for a couple Menander Parmenion and Annera Methonade and their son, Methones Menander, 2nd-1st century BCE
  • 23, no. 4 – Funerary monument with relief for Oualerios dedicated by his parents Aurelios Zosimos and Aurelia Beveria, 3rd century CE
  • 23-24, no. 5 – Funerary dedication for Aurelios Peirithous set up by his wife, Serveilia Kalatycha, 3rd century CE
  • 24, no. 6 – Funerary altar with relief for Dionysios set up by his wife Matero, 2nd century CE
  • 24, no. 7 – Dedication to Zeus Hypsistos, 2nd century CE

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Macedonian Edessa and Pella," Studies Presented to David Moore Robinson (1953) 374-381 + plates.

  • 375-376, no. 1 – Funerary monument set up by Spedis for his nephew Lukos, son of Zeno, 128/29 CE
  • 377-378, no. 3b – Funerary altar for Curiatus Trophimus set up by his friend, Klaudianos Paramonos, 2nd or 3rd century CE
  • 378, no. 4 – Funerary monument with relief set up by C. Pedoukaios Triakadion with his wife, Attia Paramona, and their daughter, Sabina, 2nd or 3rd century CE
  • 378-379, no. 5 – Funerary altar set up by Leukios Iulius Epaphrodeitos for his freedman and -woman, Iulius Nikephoros and Iulia Rome, 168/69 CE
  • 379-380, no. 6a – Dedication to the Mother of the Gods, 211/12 CE
  • 380, no. 6b – Dedication of a slave to the Mother of the Gods, 237/38 CE
  • 380, no. 7 – Funerary altar for Epictetus, middle of 2nd century CE
  • 380-381, no. 8 – Funerary monument for Markos Demetrios and his wife Klaudia Theonoe, 2nd century CE (?)

Cormack, J.M.R. "Progress Report on the Greek Inscriptions of the Trite Meris for IG X," Ancient Macedonia. Papers Read at the First International Symposium held in Thessalonike, 26-29 August 1968 (1970) 193-202 + plates.

Papageorgiou, P.N. "Kyrias theas Mas aniketou, epekoou naos en Edessei tei Makedonikei (Vodenois) kai 14 epigrammata," Athena 12 (1900) 65-88.

  • 65-71, no. A1 – Dedication of a slave, Kassandros, to the goddess Ma by Pleupatra Petroniou on the condition of 'paramone', Dystros 3, 224 CE
  • 71, no. A5 – Dedication of the slave Philippos and his wife Tineia, to the goddess Ma by a man named Claudius, Dios, 247 CE

Pelekides, S. "Anaskaphe Edesses," Archaiologikon Deltion 8 (1923) 259-269.

  • 268, no. 1 –  Dedication to Zeus Hypsistos in honor of M. Vibius by members of the cult association, Peritios, 51 CE
  • 268-269, no. 2 – Dedication with relief to Zeus Hypsistos by Zoilos Alexander for his children, beginning of 1st century CE

Plassart, A. "Inscriptions de Piérie d'Émathie et de Bottiée," Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 47 (1923) 163-189.

  • 186 – Funerary stele with relief for a family, 2nd-1st century BCE

 

MIEZA

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pella, Edessa and Beroea," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 22 (1973) 203-210.

  • 204, no. 3 – Funerary stele with relief for Neikandros set up by his wife Alexandra, 3rd century CE

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

  • 24.505 – Funerary monument for Cleopatra, from Stenemachos, 1st-2nd century CE

 

PELLA

Cormack J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pella, Edessa and Beroea," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 22 (1973) 203-210.

  • 204, no. 2 – Funerary stele with relief for brothers Gn. Cornelius Gaius and Cornelius Secundus, from Giannitsa, 2nd century CE

Demitsas, M.G.  He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 129 – Funerary stele, end of 4th century BCE
  • no. 147 – Funerary plaque, from Ano Koufalia, 172 CE

Edson, C. "Macedonia," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 51 (1941) 125-136.

  • 125-126 – Dedication to Herakles Kynagidas by Philip V, 221-179 BCE

Struck, A. "Inschriften aus Makedonien," MDAI(A) 27 (1902) 305-320.

  • 311, no. 17 – Funerary base with elegiac couplet, 4th century BCE

 

SKYDRA

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pella, Edessa and Beroea," Archiv für Papyrusforschung 22 (1973) 203-210.

 

VERGINA (AIGEAI)

Cormack, J.M.R. "Unpublished Inscriptions from Beroea," Annual of the British School at Athens 39 (1938-1939) 94-98.

  • 95, no. 5 – Dedication with relief for Apollo Lycius set up by Philip Apollo, 3rd century BCE

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 212 – Funerary inscription with relief, 2nd-3rd century CE

Hatzopoulos, M.B. "Artémis Digaia Blaganitis en Macédoine," Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 111 (1987) 397-419.

  • Manumission by dedication to the the Goddess of the Frogs, from Palatitsa, 216/7 CE

 

EDONIS

 

AMPHIPOLIS

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

  • 24.581 – Uncertain, 3rd century CE

 

LOWER PAIONIA

 

EUROPOS

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 145 – Funerary stele with relief for Simias and Nikarchos, from Hagios Petros (possibly Europos), date uncertain

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

  • 41.570 – Statue base of M. Minucius Rufus, ca. 110 BCE

 

PIERIA

 

DION

Cormack, J.M.R. "IG X (Macedonia): The Greek Inscriptions of Pieria," Essays in Memory of Basil Laourdas (1975) 103-114.

  • 104 – Funerary monument set up by Aelios Reianos Proklos for his father Proklos, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 105 (top) – Funerary monument with relief, date uncertain
  • 106-107, no. 2 – Funerary inscription with relief, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 107, no. 3 – Fragmentary inscription on a herm, from Malathria, date uncertain 
  • 107-108, no. 4 – Fragmentary honorary decree from Malathria, after 222 CE (?)

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pieria," Klio 52 (1970) 49-66.

  • 54, no. 5 – Funerary stele with relief for Kassia, from Malathria, end of 3rd, beginning of 4th century CE (?)
  • 55, no. 6 – Metrical inscription on a herm, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 59, no. 11 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 59-60, no. 12 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain

 Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 168 – Funerary inscription, from Malathria, Imperial period

Oikonomos, G.P. Epigraphai tes Makedonias. Athens 1915.

  • 2-7, no 1 – Treaty between Philip V and the Lysimachians, from Karitsa, 202/201 BCE
  • 12-13, no. 5 – Funerary epigram, from Karitsa, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • 13, no. 6 – Honorary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 13-14, no. 8 – Funerary inscription, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 14, no. 9 – Funerary stele with relief, from Karitsa, late Roman period
  • 14-15, no. 10 – Funerary monument with relief, from Karitsa, late Imperial period
  • 16, no. 12 – Funerary stele with relief, from Karitsa, last quarter of 2nd century CE
  • 16, no. 13 – Funerary monument with relief, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 17, no. 14 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, 35/36 CE or 151/152 CE
  • 18, no. 16 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, 2nd century CE
  • 18, no. 17 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 18, no. 19 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 19, no. 20 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 19-20, no. 23 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 20, nos. 24 and 25 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 20, no. 27 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 21, no. 28 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 21, no. 30 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 22, no. 31 – Funerary inscription, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 22, no. 32 – Funerary inscription, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 23, no. 35 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 23-24, no. 36 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain
  • 26-27, no. 44 – Funerary inscription, from Malathria, date uncertain
  • 27, no. 45 – Funerary inscription, from Malathri, date uncertain

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

  • 2.390 – Funerary inscription, from Karitsa, date uncertain

 

HAGIA PARASKEVI

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 159 – Funerary inscription, from Sevasti, date uncertain

 

KOLINDROS

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  

KONDOURIOTISSA  

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 165 – Funerary epigram, 2nd-3rd century BCE
  • no. 169 – Funerary epigram, date uncertain
  • no. 172 – Funerary inscription, 4th century CE
  • no. 173 – Funerary epigram, 2nd-3rd century CE

 

MOSCHOPOTAMUS (formerly DRANITSA)

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pieria," Klio 52 (1970) 49-66.

  • 63, no. 16 – Funerary stele with relief, date uncertain

Oikonomos, G.P. Epigraphai tes Makedonias. Athens 1915.

 

NEA EPHESOS (formerly SPHIGI)

Cormack, J.M.R. "Inscriptions from Pieria," Klio 52 (1970) 49-66.

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 177 – Funerary inscription, date uncertain

 

PARALIA KATERINIS (formerly SKALA VROMERIS)

Oikonomos, G.P. Epigraphai tes Makedonias. Athens 1915.

  • 27, no. 46 – Funerary inscription with relief, date uncertain
  • 27-28, no. 47 – Funerary inscription, date uncertain

 

PYDNA

Demitsas, M.G. He Makedonia. Athens 1896.

  • no. 160 – Funerary inscription, from Kitros, 2nd century BCE

Robinson, D.M. "Macedonica I: The Epigram of the Aeacid Alcimachus," Geras Antoniou Keramopoullou. Hetaira Makedonikon Spoudon 9 (1953) 149-156, pl. 13.

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

  • 50.629 – Funerary monument with relief for husband and son Olympichos, from Makrigialo, date uncertain

 

SVORONOS (formerly KOLOKOURI)

Oikonomos, G.P. Epigraphai tes Makedonias. Athens 1915.

  • 28, no. 48 – Funerary inscription with relief, date uncertain

 

Squeezes of Unpublished Inscriptions

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  • Cormack #B281 – Beroia – funerary stele with relief
  • Cormack #E127 - Edessa – funerary monument, mentions Publicia
  • Cormack #E130 - Edessa – Indeterminate
  • Cormack #Pe162 – Pella –
  • Cormack #P15a,b (249a,b) – Pieria – Makrigialo, sarcophagus, mentions Klaudia Kale
  • Cormack #P104a,b (224a,b) – Pieria – Dion (Karitsa), funerary bomos
  • Cormack #P109 (193) – Pieria – Dion (Malathria) – fragment, very probably funerary
  • Cormack #P110 (194) – Pieria – Dion (Malathria) – fragment, very probably funerary
  • Cormack #P113 (189) – Pieria – Dion (Malathria) – Indeterminate
  • Cormack #190 – Pieria – Dion (Malathria) – funerary?
  • Cormack #195 – Pieria – Dion (Malathria) – Indeterminate