This chapter contains a selection of ninety Palmyrene inscriptions including some of the best known inscriptions in Greek, Palmyrene (Aramaic), Latin and Hebrew associated with Palmyra in the Roman period. They have been chosen because of their importance to the study of the political and economic history of the city, especially in the second and third centuries of our era.
|Title of host publication||From Palmyra to Zayton|
|Subtitle of host publication||epigraphy and iconography|
|Editors||Iain Gardner, Samuel Lieu, Ken Parry|
|Place of Publication||Turnhout, Belgium|
|Number of pages||100|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Name||Silk road studies|