Associations in the Greco-Roman World (AGRW): A Companion to the Sourcebook

Inscriptions and papyri concerning associations and guilds in the Greco-Roman World. A companion to AGRW (Ascough, Harland, and Kloppenborg)



Coordination of the project: Philip A. Harland (York University, Toronto), in consultation with Richard Last (York University), Richard S. Ascough (Queen’s University, Kingston), and John S. Kloppenborg (University of Toronto).

How to contribute:  To contribute photos or translations to the project, please email Harland.

Contributors of photos or translations

We’d like to thank the following for generously contributing photos or translations to the project:

  • Ilias Arnaoutoglou (Academy of Athens): IG XII,8 581 (co-trans. and photo).
  • Alain Bresson (University of Chicago): INeapolis I 43.
  • Laurent Bricault (Université de Toulouse II – Le Mirail) and l’École française d’Athènes: Isis and Sarapis monuments in RICIS (photos).
  • Sebastian Brock (University of Oxford): English translation of Gabriel of Basra’s Syriac blueprint for guild regulations (link)
  • Claire Hasenohr (Université Bordeaux): IDelos 1711, 1730, 1733, 1751, 1760 (photos).
  • G. H. R. Horsley (University of New England, Armidale): RICIS 114/0202 (trans. of the Isis aretalogy from Maroneia, Thrace).
  • Christopher P. Jones (Harvard University): IEph 3214 + IEph 3334, Letters of Hadrian from Alexandria Troas (trans.)
  • Richard Last (York University post-doc): data input and translations of early Christian guild inscriptions.
  • John L. McLaughlin (University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto): Aramaic marzeah inscriptions from Palmyra and Nabatea (trans.).
  • Rachel McRae (Kingston, Ontario): Ammianos Menandrianos sarcophagus from Hierapolis (photo).
  • Charlotte M. Roueché (King’s College London): IAph (trans. and/or photos).
  • Holger Schwarzer (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster): SEG 29 (1979), no. 1264 and SEG 40 (1990), no. 1136, from Pergamon (photos).
  • Jonathan Ryan Stang (University of British Columbia): CIG 3068 and CIG 3069, from Teos (trans.)
  • Monika Trümper (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): IDelos 1520, 1778, 1779 (photos).
  • Claire Tuan (France): IDelos inscriptions (many photos)

Data input for the website:  Richard Ascough, Philip Harland, Richard Last, Nelson Marques, Michael Martins, Luke Hagemann, Forrest Wilson, Nina Kniazeva.

Website design: Philip Harland (admin.) with help from Cheryl Williams.  (WordPress theme adapted from wplook.)