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Literary usage of Epigraphically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"Our inscription, however, is not without difficulty: in line 6 [ire]pi we h noted as epigraphically a very possible alternative to [«π]ι; the supplem< of ..."
2. Kallias of Sphettos and the Revolt of Athens in 286 B.C. by Theodore Leslie Shear (1978)
"Gamma and epsilon are also possible epigraphically as well as pi. ... epigraphically eta is a possible reading, but the preceding kappa and alpha make it ..."
3. Studies in Attic Epigraphy, History, and Topography by Eugene Vanderpool (1982)
"The third preserves a left-hand vertical. Gamma at the edge depends on a lower left-hand tip, which might epigraphically be of alpha. ..."
4. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 93 by Harvard University (1895)
"It is from the Peiraeus, and is dated, epigraphically, the second half of the fourth century BC — Apart from the names of persons, the earliest form in ..."
5. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1908)
"... and that Cave was a dependency of Praeneste, and in her domain, is most unlikely both topographically and epigraphically. And more than this, ..."