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Broader
KAA typology generic term
Linked to

KI001 (Late Roman Greek Inscription: epitaph?)

KI002 (Byzantine Graffito: Christian prayer)

KI1988-001 (Early Roman Latin Epitaph)

KE 46 (Marble Cross with Greek Christian Inscription)

KE 83 (Marble templon screen with liturgical inscription)

KE 85 (Marble templon screen)

KE 131 (Latin Inscription)

KE 176 (Greek inscription)

KE 177 (Greek inscription)

KE 180 (Inscribed column in Proconnesian marble)

KE 182 (Inscribed Marble Architectural Fragment)

KE 260 (Latin Inscription)

KE 500 (Inscribed Early Christian Templon Screen)

KE 663 (Greek Inscription)

KE 790 (Greek Christian Epitaph)

KE 791 (Greek Christian Dedication)

KE 809 (Early Roman Latin Epitaph)

KE 810 (Early Roman Greek Epitaph)

KE 811 (Early Roman Greek Dedicatory Inscription)

KE 812 (Late Roman Greek Acclamation[?])

KE 837 (Late Roman Greek Inscribed Column)

KE 1350 (Monumental Latin Inscription)

KE 1351 (Latin Inscription)

KE 1352 (Latin Inscription)

KE 1353 (Late Greek Epitaph?)

KE 1356 (Greek Inscription)

KE 1357 (Greek Inscription)

KE 1400 (Monumental Latin Epitaph)

KE 1408 (Latin Epitaph?)

KE 1602 (Ansate Latin Inscription)

KE 1603 (Early/Middle Roman Greek Dedication?)

KE 1913 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 1914 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 1915 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 1916 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 1933 (Latin Inscription)

KE 1934 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 2078 (Late Archaic/Early Classical Greek Epitaph)

KE 2082 (Impost Capital with Christogram)

KE 2120 (Monumental Greek Inscription)

KE 2355 (Inscribed Column Bases)

KTH0171 (Greek Inscription)

KTH0302 (Greek Inscription)

Suggested citation
“Inscription.” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/typology/inscription>