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Title: Falsae, suspectae vel deperditae: particularidades del corpus epigráfico ibérico de Tárraco
Author: Moncunill Martí, Noemí
Keywords: Inscripcions ibèriques
Inscripcions llatines
Iberian inscriptions
Latin inscriptions
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Institución Fernando el Católico
Abstract: The paper gives a global vision of the Iberian epigraphy attested in Tarraco. In particular it takes into account the false inscriptions from the 19th century, since they represent one of the main difficulties in order to establish the final corpus. In the present contribution we propose that some inscriptions usually considered as genuine should be excluded from the corpus, while others, which had been traditionally rejected, could be reconsidered as authentic. The second part of the article introduces the analysis of the lost epigraphs, some of them being exclusively transmitted by manuscript tradition, and, finally, a new group of graffiti on pottery is also assessed.
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It is part of: Palaeohispanica, 2013, vol. 13, p. 501-515
ISSN: 1578-5386
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Filologia Clàssica, Romànica i Semítica)

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