Thank you for this; it seems not to be in NYPL, but the title suggested by S. Budin is.
I shall have a look!
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...
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From: Giuseppe Del Monte <gdelmonte@...
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 3:10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [ANE-2] Italic epigraphy?
At 23.32 14/08/2008, you wrote:
>This is maybe sort of out of our geographical range, but not our
>chronological range --
>Does anyone know of recent work on Italic epigraphy? Since, say,
>,Morandi's Epigrafia italica (1982)? I find plenty of publications on
>Greek, Anatolian, Iberian -- but nothing at all on the alphabets of Italy.
>Maybe I just don't know where to look? And google is not my friend, at
>all! It doesn't even know about websites for classical epigraphy courses,
>where bibliographies might be posted.
>Peter T. Daniels grammatim@verizon. net
It isn't exactly, I think, what you are looking for, but may be of your
Pandolfini, Maristella - Prosdocimi, Aldo, Alfabetari e insegnamento della
scrittura in Etruria e nell'Italia antica. Leo S. Olschki, Firenze, 1990.
cm. 19 × 27,5, viii-360 pp. con 53 tavv. e figg. n.t. €: 109,00 [sic! :--(
] ISBN: 978 88 222 3828 3. (Istituto Nazionale di Studi Etruschi -
Biblioteca di «Studi Etruschi», vol. 20)
As far as I know (very little ...) Morandi's is the more recent complete
handbook on italic epigraphy. Updates are published, I think, in the
Rivista di Epigrafia Italica inside the journal Studi Etruschi.
Giuseppe Del Monte