A New Fragment of an Inscription from the Julian Basilica at Roman Corinth

by Paul D. Scotton

Hesperia, Volume 74, Issue 1
Page(s): 95-100
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25067948
Year: 2005


Research conducted in Corinth has led to the identification of two additional fragments of West-13 (Corinth VIII.2, pp. 11-12, no. 13). These fragments enable a full restoration of line 1 of the text and roughly the first half of line 2. Although many questions regarding this inscription remain, most significant perhaps being its date, the inscription does document further evidence of a distinct imperial presence within the Julian Basilica.