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  PUBLIC DOCUMENTS IN THE GREEK STATES UBLIC DOCUMENTS IN THE GREEK STATES 93. Cf. Cato: Plut. Cat. Min. 18.9. 94. CIL iii 411 = ILS 338. 95. Cf. p. 146 with n. 81, above. 96. E.g. IGLSyr. iv 1314; AE 1976 677, 678 (all from Apamea). 97. A volume (xvi) of CIL has been devoted to these. For an example see CIL xvi 1 = ILS 1986 = Smallwood, Doc. Gai. Claud. Ner 295 ~ Jones ii. 23. Discussion W. Eck H. Wolff (edd.), Heer und Integrationspolitik Cologne, 1986). 98. For an example see CIL ix 2845 = ILS 915 = Ehrenberg Jones2 197 - Lewis Reinhold, ii. 122 - Lewis Reinhold3, ii. 44. 99. Polyb. 3.21.9-27. 10 works through the treaties between Carthage and Rome, pointing out that they are preserved on bronze tablets in the aediles' treasury, so Philinus has no excuse for ignorance of them (26.1-5), but acknowledging that the archaic Latin used in them makes interpretation difficult (22.3). See also, e.g., Dion. Hal. A.R. 1.68.1; Livy 7.3.5 ('an old law, written in antique letters and words' - but Oakley ad loc. is not confident that the inscription survived and Livy saw it). 100. There is a wall-painting showing men reading notices in the praedium of Julia Felix at Pompeii: S. C. Nappo, RSP 3 (1989), 79-96, 88 no. 14 with 87 fig. 10. For the reading aloud of inscriptions cf. CIL xiv 356 with S. Walker, Memorials to the Roman Dead (London, 1985), 62; AE 1989.247. CORRIGENDUM TO PART I 93. Cf. Cato: Plut. Cat. Min. 18.9. 94. CIL iii 411 = ILS 338. 95. Cf. p. 146 with n. 81, above. 96. E.g. IGLSyr. iv 1314; AE 1976 677, 678 (all from Apamea). 97. A volume (xvi) of CIL has been devoted to these. For an example see CIL xvi 1 = ILS 1986 = Smallwood, Doc. Gai. Claud. Ner 295 ~ Jones ii. 23. Discussion W. Eck H. Wolff (edd.), Heer und Integrationspolitik Cologne, 1986). 98. For an example see CIL ix 2845 = ILS 915 = Ehrenberg Jones2 197 - Lewis Reinhold, ii. 122 - Lewis Reinhold3, ii. 44. 99. Polyb. 3.21.9-27. 10 works through the treaties between Carthage and Rome, pointing out that they are preserved on bronze tablets in the aediles' treasury, so Philinus has no excuse for ignorance of them (26.1-5), but acknowledging that the archaic Latin used in them makes interpretation difficult (22.3). See also, e.g., Dion. Hal. A.R. 1.68.1; Livy 7.3.5 ('an old law, written in antique letters and words' - but Oakley ad loc. is not confident that the inscription survived and Livy saw it). 100. There is a wall-painting showing men reading notices in the praedium of Julia Felix at Pompeii: S. C. Nappo, RSP 3 (1989), 79-96, 88 no. 14 with 87 fig. 10. For the reading aloud of inscriptions cf. CIL xiv 356 with S. Walker, Memorials to the Roman Dead (London, 1985), 62; AE 1989.247. CORRIGENDUM TO PART I At p. 35 1. 7, for 'Anaceum' read 'Aeaceum' twice. t p. 35 1. 7, for 'Anaceum' read 'Aeaceum' twice. 153 53
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