through the interpretatio Romana . Most of our data about divine names come from dedicatory inscriptions, which are by far the most common type of inscriptions concerning religious life throughout the Empire. The name is most often abbreviated on the
During the spring of 2015 Bálint Varga, a local historian from Bölcske, spotted a fragmented stone on the roadside 1 showing a carved Roman inscription, in the outskirts of the town called Kövesszállás („Stony billets” in Hungarian). 2 Numerous
- SANFELICI [n. 2] 802) Early testimonies of Portuguese are unfortunately scarce, 9 but they show a clear influence of Latin orthography in the spelling of some words. Inscriptions from the 12th and the 13th century were mostly written in Latin ( Table 3
illustratio . Uitgegeven en vertaald door István Bejczy en Saskia Stegeman . Hilversum 1998 .
Gruterus , Inscriptiones = J. Gruterus : Inscriptiones antiquae fere totius orbis Romani in corpus absolutissimum redactae . Heidelberg 1603 .