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(p. 805) Selected Bibliography

(p. 805) Selected Bibliography

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Dondin-Payre, M. ed. 2011. Les noms de personnes dans l’Empire romain. Bordeaux.Find this resource:

Duval, N., ed. 1977. L’Onomastique latine. Paris.Find this resource:

Fraser, P.M., E. Matthews, et al., eds. 1987–. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Oxford (see http://www.lgpn.ox.ac.uk).Find this resource:

Grupo Mérida. Atlas antroponímico de la Lusitania romana. Mérida and Bordeaux.Find this resource:

Kajanto, I. 1965. The Latin Cognomina. CommHumLitt 36. Helsinki.Find this resource:

Kajanto, I. 1966. Supernomina. A Study in Latin Epigraphy. Helsinki.Find this resource:

Kajava, M. 1996. Roman Female Praenomina: Studies in the Nomenclature of Roman Women. Acta IRF 14. Rome.Find this resource:

Kakoschke, A. 2006–8. Die Personennamen in den zwei germanischen Provinzen. 2 vols. Rahden.Find this resource:

Kakoschke, A. 2010. Die Personennamen in der römischen Provinz Gallia Belgica. Hildesheim.Find this resource:

Kakoschke, A. 2011. Die Personennamen im römischen Britannien. Hildesheim.Find this resource:

Rizakis, A.D., ed. 1996. Roman Onomastics in the Greek East: Social and Political Aspects. Athens.Find this resource:

Robert, L. 1963. Noms indigènes dans l’Asie Mineure gréco-romaine. Paris.Find this resource:

Salomies, O. 1987. Die römischen Vornamen. Studien zur römischen Namengebung. CommHumLitt 82. Helsinki.Find this resource:

Salomies, O. 1992. Adoptive and Polyonymous Nomenclature in the Roman Empire. CommHumLitt 97. Helsinki.Find this resource:

Salway, B. 1994. “What’s in a Name? A Survey of Roman Onomastic Practice from c. 700 BC to AD 700.” JRS 84: 124–145.Find this resource:

Solin, H. 1996. Die stadtrömischen Sklavennamen. Ein Namenbuch. 3 vols. Stuttgart.Find this resource:

Solin, H. 2003. Die griechischen Personennamen in Rom. 2nd ed. 3 vols. Berlin and New York (1st ed., 1982).Find this resource:

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