Ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean

A critical guide to electronic resources


- 8th cent. B.C. - 3rd cent. A. D.

Online resources

Institutions, centers for study and research

  1. Gordion Archaeological Project
    The site is dedicated to the excavation project of the ancient Phrygian capital city of Gordion. It includes a history of the excavations and the publication of images of the materials found there. It gives useful information on other sites with Phrygian findings. The project is organized by Penn Museum of the University of Pennsylvania


  1. TITUS: Corpus of Phrygian Inscriptions
    Titus is the page of the Institute of Linguistics of the University of Frankfurt (Germany). The page contains Phrygian inscriptions, following the publications of Ch. Brixhe - M. Lejeune, Corpus des inscriptions paléo-phrygiennes, Paris 1984, and of A. Lubotsky, Corpus of Phrygian Inscriptions (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien), 1994.