Bibliography

Classical authors and their works are abbreviated according to the systems used by H.G. Liddell, R. Scott and H.S. Jones in their A Greek-English Lexicon (9th ed., 1940), and the fourth edition (2012) of the Oxford Classical Dictionary, edited by S. Hornblower, A. Spawforth, and E. Eidinow.

For abbreviations of epigraphic corpora and series we generally follow the editors of Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, and for papyri the checklist made by the editors of papyri.info (online via: http://papyri.info/docs/checklist). These abbreviations have also been added to the bibliography below.

Adak (2016) Adak, M. (2016), 'Der Läufer Marcus Aurelius Nikomachos aus Erythrai', Philia 2, pp. 177-184.
AER Kontorini, V. (1989), Anékdotes Epigrafés, II. Athens.
ALG Diehl, E. (1949-1952), Anthologia Lyrica Graeca, 3rd ed., 3 vols. Leipzig.
AM Mitteilungen des deutschen archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung (1876→). Berlin.
ArchE Archaiologiké Ephemerís (1862→). Athens.
Arvanitopoullos (1911) Arvanitopoullos, A.S. (1911), 'Inscriptions Inédites de Thessalie', RPh 35 (2), pp. 123-139. 
AS Anatolian Studies (1951→). London.
ASAA Annuario della Scuola Archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni italiane in Oriente (1914→). Athens.
BCH Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique (1877→). Athens.
BE Bulletin épigraphique, published in REG.
Bean & Milford (1962) Bean, G.E. & T.B. Milford (1962), 'Sites Old and New in Rough Cilicia', AS 12, pp. 185-217.
Bousquet (1992) Bousquet, J. (1992), 'Inscriptions de Delphes', BCH 116(1), pp. 177-196.
Broneer (1953) Broneer, O. (1953), 'Isthmia Excavations, 1952', Hesperia 22(3), pp. 182-195.
Brunet (1998) Brunet, S.A. (1998), Greek Athletes in the Roman World. The Evidence from Ephesos, PhD thesis. Austin, TX. 
BSNAF Bulletin de la Société Nationale des Antiquaires de France (1941→). Paris.
C.P.Herm Wessely, C. (ed.) (1905), Corpus Papyrorum Hermopolitanorum. Leipzig (= Stud.Pal. V)
Caldelli (1993) Caldelli, M.L. (1993), L'Agon Capitolinus. Storia e protagonisti dall'istituzione domizianea al IV secolo. Rome. 
Cartledge (1989) Cartledge, P. & A. Spawforth (1989), Hellenistic and Roman Sparta. A tale of two cities. London. [2nd edition: 2002].
CEG Hansen, P.A. (ed.) (1983 and 1989), Carmina Epigraphica Graeca, 2 vols. Berlin; New York.
Chamoux (1988) Chamoux, F. (1988), 'Une stele funéraire de Cyrene', BSNAF pp. 113-120.
Christesen (2006) Christesen, P. & Z. Martirosova-Torlone (2006), 'The Olympic Victor List of Eusebius. Background, Text, and Translation', Traditio 61, pp. 31-93.
CID Corpus des Inscriptions de Delphes (1978→). Paris.
CIG Corpus Inscripioum Graecarum (1825-1877). Berlin.
CIL Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (1863→). Berlin.
Clement (1974) Clement, P.A. (1974), 'L. Kornelios Korinthos', in Bradeen, D.W. & M.F. McGregor (eds), PHOROS. Fest. B.D. Meritt. Locust Valley, pp. 36-39.
Corinth 8.1 Meritt, B.D. (1931), Corinth, VIII.1, Greek Inscriptions, 1896-1927. Cambridge, MA.
Corinth 8.3 Kent, J.H. (1966), Corinth, VIII.3, The Inscriptions, 1926-1950. Princeton.
CRAI Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres. Paris.
DAA Raubitschek, A.E. (1949), Dedications from the Athenian Akropolis. Cambridge, MA.
DAMM Robert, L. (1966), Documents de l'Asie Mineure méridionale. Geneva; Paris.
David Gill (1967) David Gill, S.J. (1967), 'Das Epigramm für Hagesistratos von Rhodos', Philologus 111, pp. 300-304.
Decker (1991) Decker, W. (1991), 'Olympiasieger aus Ägypten', in: Verhoeven, U. & E. Graefe (eds.), Religion und Philosophie im alten Ägypten, pp. 93-105. Louvain.
DFHG Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, see FHG.
Ebert (1972) Ebert, J. (1972), Griechische Epigramme auf Sieger an gymnischen und hippischen Agonen. Abhandlungen der sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, Philologisch-historische Klasse 63 (2). Berlin. 
F.Delphes III Fouilles de Delphes III. Épigraphie (1929→).
Farrington (2012) Farrington, A. (2012), Isthmionikai: a catalogue of Isthmian victors. Nikephoros Beihefte Bd. 21. Hildesheim.
Fauconnier (2018) Fauconnier, B. (2018), Ecumenical Synods. The Associations of Athletes and Artists in the Roman Empire. Diss. Amsterdam.
FGE Page, D.L. (1981), Further Greek Epigrams. Cambridge; London; New York; etc.
FGrH Jacoby, F. (ed.) (1923→), Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker. Berlin.
FHG Müller, K.W.H. (ed.) (1841-1872), Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, 5 vols. Online via: http://www.dfhg-project.org/.
GIBM The Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the British Museum (1874-1916). Oxford.
Golden (2004) Golden, M. (2004), Sport in the Ancient World from A to Z. London.
Gouw (2009) Gouw, P. (2009), Griekse atleten in de Romeinse Keizertijd (31 v. Chr. - 400 n. Chr.), PhD thesis. Amsterdam.
GVI Peek, W. (1955), Griechische Vers-Inschriften, I. Berlin.
Habicht (1998) Habicht, C. (1998), 'Titus Flavius Metrobios, Periodonike aus Iasos', in Kneissl, P. & V. Losemann (eds), Imperium Romanum: Festschrift für Karl Christ zum 75. Geburtstag. Stuttgart, pp. 311-316.
Herrmann (1960) Herrmann, P. (1960) [1962], 'Die Inschriften römischer Zeit aus dem Heraion von Samos', AM 75, pp. 68-184.
Hesperia Hesperia. The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (1932→). Athens.
HGM Dindorf, L.A. (1805-1871), Historici graeci minores. Leipzig.
I.Anazarbos Sayar, M.H. (2000), Die Inschriften von Anazarbos und Umgebung. Teil 1: Inschriften aus dem Stadtgebiet und der nächsten Umgebung der Stadt. Bonn. (= IK 56)
I.Ancyra Mitchell, S. & D. French (2012), The Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Ankara (Ancyra), vol. 1. Munich. (= Vestigia 62)
I.Aphr. Reynolds, J., C. Roueché, G. Bodard (eds) (2007), Inscriptions of Aphrodisias, online via: http://insaph.kcl.ac.uk/iaph2007.
I.Cret. IV Guarducci, M. (1935-1950), Inscriptiones Creticae. Rome.
I.Délos Durrbach, F. (1926-1937), Inscriptions de Délos. Paris.
I.Didyma Rehm, A. (1958), Didyma, II. Die Inschriften. Berlin. 
I.Eleusis Clinton, K. (2008), Eleusis. The Inscriptions on Stone. Documents of the Sanctuary of the Two Goddesses and Public Documents of the Deme. I A. Text. I B. Plates. II. Commentary. Athens.
I.Ephesos Wankel, H. & R. Merkelbach e.a. (1979-1981), Die Inschriften von Ephesos, I-VII. Bonn. (= IGSK 11-17)
I.Erythrai Engelmann, H. & R. Merkelbach (1972-1973), Die Inschriften von Erythrai und Klazomenai, I-II. Bonn. (= IGSK 1-2)
I.Iasos Blümel, W. (1985), Die Inschriften von Iasos. Bonn. (= IGSK 28 1/2)
I.Laodikeia am Lykos Corsten, T. (1997), Die Inschriften von Laodikeia am Lykos. Bonn. (= IGSK 6)
I.Lindos Blinkenberg, C. (1941), Lindos. Fouilles et recherches, II. Fouilles de l'acropole. Inscriptions. Berlin.
I.Magnesia Kern, O. (1900), Die Inschriften von Magnesia am Maeander. Berlin. 
I.Mylasa Blümel, W. (1987), Die Inschriften von Mylasa, I. Inschriften der Stadt; II. Inschriften aus der Umgebung der Stadt. Bonn. (= IGSK 34-35)
I.Napoli Miranda, E. (1990 and 1995), Iscrizioni Greche d'Italia: Napoli, 2 vols. Rome.
I.Oropos Petrakos, B.C. (1997). Hoi Epigrafès tou Oropou. Athens.
I.Pergamon Fraenkel, M. (1890-1895), Die Inschriften von Pergamon, I-II. Berlin. 
I.Pessinous Strubbe, J. (2005), The inscriptions of Pessinous. Bonn. (= IGSK 66)
I.Rhod.Per. Bresson, A. (1991), Recueil des inscriptions de la Pérée rhodienne. Paris.
I.Sinope French, D.H. (2004), The inscriptions of Sinope. Part I. Bonn. (= IGSK 64)
I.Smyrna Petzl, G. (1982-1990), Die Inschriften von Smyrna, I-II 1/2. Bonn. (= IGSK 23-24 1/2)
I.Stratonikeia Sahin, M.Ç. (1981-1990), Die Inschriften von Stratonikeia, I-II 1/2. Bonn. (= IGSK 21-22 1/2)
I.Tralleis Poljakov, Fj.B. (1989), Die Inschriften von Tralleis und Nysa, I. Die Inschriften von Tralleis. Bonn. (= IGSK 36 1)
IAG Moretti, L. (1953), Iscrizioni Agonistiche Greche. Rome.
IG Inscriptiones Graecae (1873→). Berlin.
IGBulg Inscriptiones Graecae in Bulgaria repertae, vol. I-IV (1956-1997). Sofia.
IGLS III.2 Jalabert, L., R. Mouterde (eds.) (1953), Inscriptions grecques et latines de la Syrie. Antiochène. Paris.
IGR see IGRR
IGRR Cagnat, R. (ed.) (1901-1927), Inscriptiones Graecae ad Res Romanas Pertinentes. Paris.
IGSK Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien (1972→). Bonn.
IGUR Moretti, L. (1968-1990), Iscriptiones Graecae Urbis Romae. Rome.
Imhoof-Blumer (1897) Imhoof-Blumer, F. (1897), Lydische Stadtmünzen. Neue Untersuchungen. Leipzig.
IMT Barth, M. and J. Stauber (eds.) (1993), Inschriften Mysia und Troas. Munich.
Iscr. Cos Segre, M. (1994), Iscrizioni di Cos, I-II. Rome.
IvO Dittenberger, W. and K. Purgold (1896), Inschriften von Olympia. Berlin. 
Klio Klio. Beiträge zur alten Geschichte (1901→). Berlin. 
Knab (1934) Knab, R. (1934), Die Periodoniken. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichteder gymnischen Agone an den 4 griechischen Hauptfesten, PhD thesis. Giessen. 
LBW Le Bas, P. and W.H. Waddington (1870-1876), Voyage archéologique en Grèce et en Asie Mineure. Vol. III.5. Inscriptions grecques et latines recueillies en Asie Mineure (3 vols in 6 parts). Paris.
Leonardos (1923) Leonardos, B. (1923), 'Amphiareíou Epigrafaì', ArchE, 36-52.
LGPN Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (1987→). Oxford. Online via: http://lgpn.ox.ac.uk/index.html. 
Lolling (1884) Lolling, H.G. (1884), 'Inschriften aus dem Küstenstädten des Hellespontos und der Propontis', AM 9, pp. 58-77.
MDAI(A) see AM
Michaud (1970) Michaud, J.-P. (1970), 'Chronique des fouilles et découvertes archéologiques en Grèce en 1968 et 1969', BCH 94, pp. 883-1164.
Milet I.9 Rehm, A. (1928), Milet. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen und Untersuchungen seit dem Jahre 1899. Band I, Heft 9. Thermen und Palaestren. Berlin.
Mitchell (1977) Mitchell, S. (1977), 'RECAM notes and studies 1. Inscriptions of Ancyra', AS 27, pp. 63-103.
Moretti (1953) Moretti, L. (1953), Iscrizioni Agonistiche Greche. Rome.
Moretti (1957) Moretti, L. (1957), Olympionikai. I vincitori negli antichi agoni olimpici. Rome. 
Moretti (1970) Moretti, L. (1970), 'Supplemento al datalogo degli Olympionikai', Klio 52, pp. 295-303.
Moretti (1992) Moretti, L. (1992), 'Nuovo supplemento al catalogo degli Olympionikai', in: Coulson, W. & H. Kyrieleis, Proceedings of an international symposium on the Olympic Games, 5-9 September 1988, pp. 119-128. Athens.
Nachtergael, Galates Nachtergael, G. (1977), Les Galates en Grèce et les Sotéria de Delphes. Recherches d'histoire et d'épigraphie hellénistique. Brussels. 
Olympiabericht Bericht über die Ausgrabungen in Olympia (Berlin 1936?)
Olympionikai Moretti, L. (1957), Olympionikai. I vincitori negli antichi agoni olimpici. Rome. 
OMS Robert, L. (1969-1970), Opera Minora Selecta, 7 vols. Amsterdam.
Orlandos (1963) Orlandos, A.K. (1963), 'Anaskafé Messénes', Praktika 118, pp. 122-129.
P.Lond. Greek Papyri in the British Museum (1893→). London
P.Oslo Papyri Osloenses (1925-1936). Oslo.
P.Oxy. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri (1898→). London.
P.Ryl. Catalogue of the Greek and Latin Papyri in the John Rylands Library, Manchester (1911-1952). Manchester.
Pap.Agon. Frisch, P. (ed.) (1986), Zehn agonistische Papyri. Opladen. 
Paris & Holleaux (1886) Paris, P. & Holleaux, M. (1886), 'Inscriptions d'Oenoanda', BCH 10, pp. 216-235.
Paton & Myres (1896) Paton, W.R. & J.L. Myres (1896), 'Karian Sites and Inscriptions', JHS 16, pp. 188-271.
Pennacchietti (1966-1967) Pennacchietti, L.A. (1966-1967), 'Nuove Iscrizioni di Hierapolis Frigia', in Atti dell'Accademia delle Scienze dit Torino. Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche, pp. 287-328.
Perdrizet-Lefebvre, Memnonion Perdrizet, P. and G. Lefebvre (1919), Les graffites grecs du Memnonion d'Abydos. Nancy; Paris; Strasbourg. 
Perpillou-Thomas (1995) Perpillou-Thomas, F. (1995), 'Artistes et athlètes dans les papyrus grecs d'Égypte', ZPE 108, pp. 225-251.
PH Paton, W.R. and E.L. Hicks (1891), The Inscriptions of Cos. Oxford.
Philologus Philologus. Zeitschift für Antike Literatur und ihre Rezeption (1846→). Berlin. 
PLG Bergk, Th. (1843), Poetae Lyrici Graeci. Leipzig.
PP Peremans, W. (ed.) (1950-1981), Prosopographia Ptolemaica. Studia Hellenistica. Louvain. Online via TM People.
Praktika Praktika tes Archaiologikes Hetaireias (1842→). Athens.
PSI Papriri greci e latini (1912→). Florence.
REG Revue des études grecques (1888→). Paris.
Robert, DAMM Robert, L. (1966), see DAMM.
Robert, Deux concours Robert, L. (1970), 'Deux concours grecs à Rome', CRAI 114(1), pp. 6-27 (= OMS V, pp. 81-124).
Robert, EEP Robert, L. (1938), Études épigraphiques et philologiques. Paris.
Robert, Ét.anat. Robert, L. (1937), Études anatoliennes. Recherches sur les inscriptions grecques de l'Asie Mineure. Paris.
Robert, Hellenica Robert, L. (1940-1965), Hellenica. Recueil d'épigraphie, de numismatique et d'antiquités grecques I-XIII. Paris. 
Robert, Noms indigènes Robert, L. (1963), Noms indigènes dans l'Asie Mineure gréco-romaine. Paris.
Robert, OMS see OMS
Roueché, Performers Roueché, C. (1993), Performers and Partisans at Aphrodisias in the Roman and Late Roman Periods. London. 
RPh Revue de Philologie, de Littérature et d'Histoire Anciennes (1845?). Paris.
Sardis VII Buckler, W.H. and D.M. Robinson (1932), Sardis, VII. Greek and Latin Inscriptions. Leiden.
Sarikakis (1965) Sarikakis, Th. (1965), 'Áktia tá en Nikopólei', ArchΕ 15, pp. 145-162. 
SB Sammelbuch griechischer Urkunden aus Ägypten
Schede (1919) Schede, M. (1919), 'Aus dem Heraion von Samos', AM 44, pp. 1-46.
SEG Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (1923→). Leiden. 
SGDI Collitz, H. (1884-1915), Sammlung der griechischen Dialekt-Inschriften. Göttingen. 
Siewert & Taeuber (2013) Siewert, P. and Taeuber, H. (2013), Neue Inschriften von Olympia. Die ab 1896 veröffentlichten Texte. Tyche Sonderband 7. Vienna.
Stephanis (1988) Stephanis, E.E. (1988), Dionysiakoí Technítai. Heraklion. 
Strasser (2002) Strasser, J.-Y. (2002), 'Choraules et pythaules d'époque impériale. À propos d'inscriptions de Delphes', BCH 126(1), pp. 128-134.
Stud.Pal. Wessely, C. (1901-1924), Studien zur Palaeographie und Papyruskunde. Leipzig. 
Syll.(3) Dittenberger, W. (1915-1924), Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum, 3rd ed. Leipzig.
TAM Tituli Asiae Minoris(1901-1989). Vienna. 
Ugolini (2015) Ugolini, S. (2015), L'agonistica greca in età romana. Olimpiadi e giochi nelle iscrizioni della Grecia continentale e del Mediterraneo occidentale. Rome. 
Tit.Cam. Segre, M. and G. Pugliese Carratelli (1949-1951) [1952], 'Tituli Camirenses', ASAA 27-29, pp. 141-318. 
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Vollgraff (1919) Vollgraff, G. (1919), 'Novae inscriptiones Argivae (Continued)', Mnemosyne 47(3), pp. 252-270.
Wallraff Wallraff, M. (ed.) (2007), Iulius Africanus Chronographiae. The extant fragments. Berlin; New York. 
Weir (2004) Weir, R. (2004), Roman Delphi and its Pythian Games. British Archaeological Reports International Series 1306. Oxford. 
Wörrle (1992) Wörrle, M. (1992), 'Neue Inschriftenfunde aus Aizanoi (I)', Chiron 22, pp. 337-376.

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