ABSTRACT

This chapter examines traditional methods of publishing inscribed funerary material and explores both the benefits and the limitations of such approaches. It considers whether digital methods of publication can assist with the research questions that Classicists ask of this type of material, and specifically how inscribed monuments might be integrated with other types of funerary material evidence. It assesses the current circumstances of digital publication, and examines how digital resources for inscriptions and their associated materials could develop in the coming decade.