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Athens and MacedonAttic Letter-Cutters of 300 to 229 B.C.$
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Stephen Tracy

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780520233331

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520233331.001.0001

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The Cutter of IG II2 657

The Cutter of IG II2 657

Dates: ca. 305–ca. 275

Chapter:
(p.62) The Cutter of IG II2 657
Source:
Athens and Macedon
Author(s):

Stephen V. Tracy

Publisher:
University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520233331.003.0009

This chapter reports the general characteristics of the lettering. The peculiarities of individual letters are also explained. A list of inscriptions is then provided. In addition, the chapter offers the publication of fragments from the Athenian agora. The lettering of IG II2 513 and of II2 743 shares all the basic peculiarities: overlapping strokes, curving top of upsilon, and idiosyncratic placement of the diagonal of nu. However, the general character of the writing of these two pieces is uncharacteristically sloppy. The letters of Agora I 6731 (Agora XVI no. 189) are rather neatly made, but the sigma in line 3 has a top stroke that is horizontal.

Keywords:   IG II2 657, cutter, lettering, inscriptions, Athenian agora, strokes, upsilon, nu, Agora I 6731

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