Apameia-Kelainai (modern Dinar), the largest city of southern Phrygia, has produced a rich corpus of Greek and Latin inscriptions, including more than a hundred funerary monuments. Two new funerary inscriptions were recorded by Ballance in the course of brief visits to Dinar in 1956 and 1994.1
List of monuments from Apameia
1. History: Nollé 2006; Thonemann 2011a: 50-129; Summerer, Ivantchik and Kienlin 2011. Funerary inscriptions: Bresson 2011.
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