Mnamon

Ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean

A critical guide to electronic resources

Elymian

- 5th century BC



Map of places



  1. Erice (Place attested)
  2. Italy (Place of origin)
  3. Monte Castellazzo, Poggioreale (Place attested)
  4. Monte Castellazzo, Poggioreale (Provenance), 'Vase inscription from Grotta Vanella (Segesta), IAS nr. 321' (Example)
  5. Montelepre (Place attested)
  6. Montelepre (Provenance), 'Vase inscription from Grotta Vanella (Segesta), IAS nr. 321' (Example)
  7. Rocca d'Entella (Place attested)
  8. Segesta (Provenance), '' (Example)
  9. Segesta (Provenance), 'Fragment of the surface of a vase, 5th cent.B.C., inscribed in the Elymian language (IAS n. 313)' (image)
  10. Segesta (Provenance), 'Segesta: the Doric temple' (image)
  11. Segesta (Provenance), 'Segesta: the theatre' (image)
  12. Segesta (Provenance), 'Segesta: view of the Doric temple' (image)
  13. Segesta (Provenance), 'Thomas Cole (1801-1848): 'The Temple of Segesta with the Artist Sketching' (1843)' (image)
  14. Segesta (Provenance), 'Vase inscription from Grotta Vanella (Segesta)' (Example)
  15. Segesta (Provenance), 'Vase inscription from Grotta Vanella (Segesta), IAS nr. 313' (Example)
  16. Segesta (Provenance), 'Vase inscription from Grotta Vanella (Segesta), IAS nr. 321' (Example)