Late Antique and Early Medieval Inscriptions by Mark Handley

This site offers several substantial resources. First, a list of new publications (online and print) on epigraphic culture of Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages, last updated in January 2014, and covering the years 2008-2013; second, a list of online only resources appearing during the same period, this time listed according to region: Britain/ASE/Ireland; Gaul/Rheinland; Iberia; Italy; North Africa; and the Balkans. Clearly, these represent mostly Latin inscriptions, although other languages from these regions, including Celtic, Neo-Punic, and Hebrew. The databases in these lists include some of the major projects better known to scholars of the earlier Roman Empire, such as Hispania Epigraphica.  There is further information on, e.g., professional organizations, links to digitized reference works, and a few scholarly blog entries.  The database Curse Tablets of Roman Britain also caught my eye – stay tuned!

http://handley-inscriptions.webs.com