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Since 2008 Hispania Epigraphica is part of the EAGLE consortium and also available via the [http://www.eagle-eagle.it/ Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy].
 
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Natural Stone in Facade Cladding

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Hispania Epigraphica

Historic Quarries

Marbles from Aguntum

Marbles from Carnuntum

Nachlass S. Leber

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Scanning Translucent Objects

Stone monuments from Iuvavum

Stone – Relief – Inscription

Teaching Projects

Tiles / Vindobona

Hispania Epigraphica

Hispania Epigrahica

[...] an excellent resource [...] Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2007.08.46

HISPANIA EPIGRAPHICA ONLINE In this database project all published inscriptions from the Iberian Peninsula are made available via the Internet. Currently users can choose between Spanish and English interfaces, a German version is forthcoming.

This web resource was initiated and is coordinated by Prof. Dr. Joaquín Gómez-Pantoja (Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid), implementation started in the course of the Ubi Erat Lupa project.

Since Autumn 2005 Hispania Epigraphica is maintained and further developed by the CHC workgroup in cooperation with BSB – Bavarian State Library.

Since 2008 Hispania Epigraphica is part of the EAGLE consortium and also available via the Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy.


Web database Hispania Epigraphica – Roman Inscriptions from the Iberian Peninsula
"... Hispania Epigraphica ... an excellent resource ..." Bryn Mawr Classical Review