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Opuscula Archaeologica : Papers of the Department of Archaeology, Vol.34 No.1 December 2010. -

Dealing with Roman inscriptions not only involves publishing

individual inscriptions or assembling corpora of a

particular town and its ager. Corpora or epigraphic databases

abroad constitute the basis for further research.

The most widespread among the epigraphic works are

onomastic studies, which are possible on practically all

inscription slabs since names are recorded on all nonfragmentary

inscriptions. The author strives to present the

onomastic situation in the area of Celeia. In the interest of

a better insight into the names and, thereby, also into the

inhabitants behind these names, she decided to divide all

preserved names from Celeian inscriptions precisely. This

division in particular facilitates an insight into certain

principles of Romanization but says little of the chronological

situation. Individual groups of names also reveal

the legal and social status of the inhabitants.

Celeia; Noricum; Roman inscriptions; epigraphy; onomastics



Author: Julijana Visočnik - orcid.org-0000-0002-7222-5052

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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