6 edition of Salmakis Inscription & Hellenistic Hallikarnassos found in the catalog.
June 30, 2004 by Univ Pr of Southern Denmark .
Written in English
|Contributions||Signe Isager (Editor), Poul Pedersen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||237|
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A forthcoming volume of Halikarnassian Studies will include a more thorough treatment of the text as well as a study by Poul Pedersen on the buildings and the town plan of Hellenistic Halikarnassos in the light of the text of this inscription Salmakis Inscription & Hellenistic Hallikarnassos book of other recent findings1.
The Salmakis Inscription and Hellenistic Halikarnassos contains the contributions to that symposium. Apart from studies directly concerning the Salmakis inscription there are other articles on Hellenistic Halikarnassos, partly based on already well known evidence partly on new material.
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