GREEK EPIGRAPHY OF THE NORTH BLACK SEA COAST, THE CAUCASUS AND CENTRAL ASIA (1985-1990) YU. G. VINOGRADOV (Moscow) Abstract This article prints and critically reviews the most important monumental and minor inscrip- tions discovered in a five-year period in the former USSR. It includes published materials from Olbia, Chersonesos, Kerkinitis, Bosporus, Colchis and Bactriana, and previously unpublished inscriptions from Tyras, Olbia(?) and Bosporus. A summary bibliography of the works on Greek epigraphy published up to 1978 in the USSR since the appearance of the Corpus by V.V. Latyschev, IOSPE, Corpus Inscriptionum Regni Bosporiani, Inscriptiones Olbiae was published by me in Arkheologicheski Vestnik, XXXI (1978) 301-316, a survey of the next ten years (up to 1987) appeared in Bulletin épigraphique in 1990. The present survey comprises the most important monumental and minor inscriptions discovered and published during the last five years which come from the Black Sea coast, Transcaucasian regions and Central Asia. These are arranged following the periplus, from the west to the east. Olbia 1. A.S. Rusyaeva, VestDrevIst 1986, No. 2, 25-64: Milet-Didyma-Borysthenes- Olbia : Some Problems of the Colonization of the Lower Bug Region. The publication of a very interesting and important source which has helped
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