This is to announce the publication of Hispania Epigraphica latest issue, which is respectfully dedicated to the memory of Géza Alföldy (1933-2011).
The volume deals with inscriptions published during the year 2008, although it also includes some selected pieces published in following years. It contains 255 references to new or revised inscriptions (mostly Latin, some in Greek and several in Paleohispanic scripts), sorted by modern place of finding; in total, 45 documents from Portugal and 210 from Spain, to which the editors often add comments, amends or further bibliography.
Notice that, effective from the previous issue, the publisher (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) has changed its policy on digital editions. Now, Hispania Epigraphica is not sequestered for a year after publication, so the latest issue is already available for free download at the UCM journals’ server. Nevertheless, I’m attaching to this post the volume’s front matter for easy reference.
The inscriptions reviewed in Hispania Epigraphica 17 are now being posted in Hispania Epigraphica Online, with full data and pictures.