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'''Attic Inscriptions Online''' is a website that makes available the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation. Launched in 2012 with translations of the 281 inscribed laws and decrees of Athens, 352/1-322/1 BC, edited as IG II<sup>3</sup> 1, 292-572. More translations (most recently those at Petworth House and at the British School at Athens) are gradually being added to the site, together with more information about the inscriptions and explanatory notes. The aim is to eventually include all the inscriptions of Athens and Attica (ca. 20,000 in total).
 
'''Attic Inscriptions Online''' is a website that makes available the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation. Launched in 2012 with translations of the 281 inscribed laws and decrees of Athens, 352/1-322/1 BC, edited as IG II<sup>3</sup> 1, 292-572. More translations (most recently those at Petworth House and at the British School at Athens) are gradually being added to the site, together with more information about the inscriptions and explanatory notes. The aim is to eventually include all the inscriptions of Athens and Attica (ca. 20,000 in total).
  
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  • Stephen Lambert

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Attic Inscriptions Online is a website that makes available the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation. Launched in 2012 with translations of the 281 inscribed laws and decrees of Athens, 352/1-322/1 BC, edited as IG II3 1, 292-572. More translations (most recently those at Petworth House and at the British School at Athens) are gradually being added to the site, together with more information about the inscriptions and explanatory notes. The aim is to eventually include all the inscriptions of Athens and Attica (ca. 20,000 in total).

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