Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions, Elliott (1998)

A compilation of abbreviations found in Latin epigraphy and assembled from digital texts of all Latin inscriptions published in L’Année Épigraphique between 1888 and 1993.

It is not a list of abbreviations used in texts, such as “e.g.” or “v.g.”, but acronyms found in lapidary inscriptions, such as steles or gravestones.

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  1. Elliott, Tom. Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions. ASGLE [online], 1998. URL: https://www.asgle.org/epigraphers-bookshelf/abbreviations-in-latin-inscriptions/ (Archive.org).

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Copyright 1998 by Tom Elliott. “These lists may be used, reproduced and distributed for any academic purpose that does not generate profit so long as the title and authorship information, and the copyright notice, remain attached.”