Processes in the Making of Roman Inscriptions by Richard Grasby

PROCESSES IN THE MAKING OF ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS
STUDIES BY R.D. GRASBY: SEPTEMBER 2009

The Studies present inscriptions at various stages of their making from draft text to carefully constructed letters set out on the stone itself, brush painted and carved. It is possible to draw a significant amount of forensic evidence of these stages from the stones themselves. Through measurement and an understanding of the processes of making, some epigraphists may find in these Studies another approach to the reconstruction of fragmentary inscriptions.

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