The Old Phrygian Areyastis-inscription

  title={The Old Phrygian Areyastis-inscription},
  author={A. Lubotsky},
  pages={26 - 9}
The Old Phrygian (OPhr.) corpus comprises almost 240 inscriptions, of which only two contain more than ten words: the Germanos inscription (B-01) and the so-called Areyastisinscription from Yazlkaya (W-01). The former, however, is rather worn and contains no word divisions. The Areyastis-inscription thus appears to be of paramount importance for the study of OPhr. Dating from the first half of the sixth century B.C. (Haspels 1971: 105), it is engraved with utmost care and is perfectly legible… 

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