On 11 January 2001, a reception was held at the Academy to celebrate the publication the previous month of both the latest volume of the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names and the proceedings of an Academy conference on ‘Greek Personal Names: Their Value as Evidence’. Elaine Matthews, joint editor of both volumes, describes here the scope of the project, and the significance of names in the various fields of classical scholarship.
• Elaine Matthews
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