Inscriptions & Epigraphy.

Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions. By James C. Egbert, Jr. New York: American Book Company, 1896.

Inscriptiones antiquae totius orbis Romani, in corpus absolutiß. redactae. Cum indicib. XXV. Ingenio ac cura Iani Gruteri, Ex officini Commeliniana, [1603]. —A huge fat volume of all inscriptions known to the editor from all over the world, beautifully printed, carefully categorized, and copiously indexed.

Latin Historical Inscriptions illustrating the history of the early empire. By G. McN. Rushforth. Oxford, 1893.

Inscriptions latines de l’Algérie, par Stéphane Gsell. Paris: Librairie ancienne Honoré Champion, 1922.

Tome Premier : Inscriptions de la Proconsulaire.

Christian Inscriptions, by H. P. V. Nunn. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1920. —A collection, aimed at students, of the most important early Christian inscriptions.
Another copy.

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, edited with translations and notes by Bernard P. Grenefell and Arthur S. Hunt.

Part I.
Another copy.

Part II.

Part III.
Another copy.

Part IV.

Part V.

Part VI.
Another copy.

Part VII.

Part VIII.

Part IX.

Part X.

Part XII.

Part XIII.

Part XIV.

Part XV.