Ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean

A critical guide to electronic resources

Celtic, gaulish

- 4th c. B.C. - 4th c. A.D.

Map of places

  1. Alise-Sainte-Reine (Burgundy) (Place attested)
  2. Alise-Sainte-Reine (Burgundy) (Provenance), 'Gallo-latin : Inscription on stone (Alise-Sainte-Reine)' (Example)
  3. Alise-Sainte-Reine (Burgundy) (Provenance), 'Gallo-latin inscription from Alise-Sainte-Reine. Stone (49 x 74 x 13 cm) found in 1839 on Mount Auxois. ' (image)
  4. Coligny (Ain) (Place attested)
  5. Coligny (Ain) (Provenance), 'Gallo-Latin: Calendar from Coligny (Ain)' (Example)
  6. La Graufesenque (Aveyron) (Provenance), 'Gallo-Latin: Potter's accounts (La Graufesenque)' (Example)
  7. L’Hospitalet-du-Larzac (Aveyron) (Place attested)
  8. L’Hospitalet-du-Larzac (Aveyron) (Provenance), 'Gallo-Latin inscription on lead from Hospitalet du Larzac, around 100 A.D., (RIG II.2, L-98). ' (image)
  9. L’Hospitalet-du-Larzac (Aveyron) (Provenance), 'Gallo-Latin: magical inscription on lead-plaque (L'Hospitalet-du-Larzac)' (Example)
  10. Nîmes (Place attested)
  11. San Bernardino di Briona (Novara) (Provenance), 'Gallo-Etruscan: bilingual Inscription from Briona ' (Example)
  12. San Bernardino di Briona (Novara) (Provenance), 'Stone found in 1859 in San Bernardino di Briona (NO) and kept in the Museo Lapidario della Canonica, Novara.' (image)
  13. Todi (Provenance), 'Bilingual inscription (Latino/Gaulish) of Todi (RIG II.1, E-5), face A.' (image)
  14. Vaison-la-Romaine (Vaucluse) (Place attested)
  15. Vaison-la-Romaine (Vaucluse) (Provenance), 'Dedication of Segomaros to Belesama (Vaison-la-Romaine) Stone block (25 x 31 cm), certainly cut from a larger one, dating 2nd-1st c. BC. Found at Vaison-la-Romaine (Vaucluse) in 1840 and now held in the Musée Calvet (Avignon). ' (image)
  16. Vaison-la-Romaine (Vaucluse) (Provenance), 'Gallo-greek : Inscription on stone (Vaison-la-Romaine)' (Example)
  17. Vercelli (Provenance), 'Boundary stone written in Gallo-Etruscan (150 × 70 × 20 cm) found in 1960 on the banks of the River Sesia. Probable date: 1st c. AD. Held in the Camillo Leone Museum in Vercelli.' (image)
  18. Vercelli (Provenance), 'Gallo-Etruscan : bilingual Inscription from Vercelli' (Example)