Principal Investigator

Paweł Nowakowski

research and publications

ORCID: 0000-0003-4049-7181

PBN ID: 3962490

Publications in print (accepted)

‘And the Word was made flesh. Greek, Syriac, and CPA inscriptions as substitutes for the physical presence of benefactors in Eastern Christian sanctuaries. A study on the ecclesiastical space in the fourth–seventh century’, in: I. Bultrighini, E. Angliker (eds.), Composing, Displaying, and Handling Texts: The Materiality of Writing in the Greco-Roman World (Turnhout: Brepols, 2022).

P. Nowakowski, D. Wielgosz-Rondolino, ‘The rock inscriptions, graffiti and crosses from Quarry GO3C at Göktepe, Muğla District (Turkey)’, Anatolian Studies 71 (2021).

M. Adak, P. Nowakowski, ‘Neue mittel- und spätbyzantinische Inschriften aus Bithynien’, Byzantinische Zeitschrift (2021).

‘Pilgrims and seafarers: A survey of travellers’ graffiti from the Aegean Islands’, in: A.E. Felle, B. Ward-Perkins (eds.), Cultic Graffiti in the Late Antique Mediterranean and Beyond (Turnhout: Brepols, 2021).

Publications (printed)


Inscribing the Saints in Late Antique Anatolia (JJP Supplement 34, Warszawa: The Raphael Taubenschlag Foundation, 2018), ss. 786 + XVIII. Reviewed in the Journal of Early Christian Studies 27 (2019), 508-510.


P. Nowakowski, Fr. Trombley, ‘Appendix 4: Epigraphy [The Greek and Latin inscriptions from the villages of Beyözü/Avkat, Kozören, and Elmapınar (Pontus)ʼ, in: J. Haldon, H. Elton, J. Newhard (eds.), Archaeology and Urban Settlement in Late Roman and Byzantine Anatolia: Euchaita-Avkat-Beyözü and its Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), 287–322.

And there, unworthy as I was, I wrote the names of my parents: The family identity of supplicants in pilgrimsʼ graffiti and dedicatory inscriptions from the Late Roman and Byzantine East’, in: M. Nowak (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference: Tell me your name. Labeling status in Graeco-Roman world [= U Schyłku Starożytności. Studia Źródłoznawcze 16], Warszawa 2018, 226–252.

‘A new imperial letter from the Ephesian dossier, concerning the churches of John and Mary in Ephesus? A re-edition of IG XII 6,2 928ʼ, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 204 (2017), 72–78.

‘St John the Forerunner in Amisus. A note on a Christian epitaph’, Philia. International Journal of Ancient Mediterranean Studies [Kabalcı Press (Istanbul)] 3 (2017), 148–153.

‘Diffusion and functions of the cult of saints in Asia Minor up to the end of the 6th c. (the epigraphic evidence)’, in: W. Ameling (ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference: Die Christianisierung Kleinasiens in der Spätantike. University of Cologne 18-22 March 2013 (Asia Minor Studien 87, Westfälische Universität Münster: Dr. Rudolf Habelt GMBH Bonn, 2017), 307–330.

‘A note on the meaning of θεοδέγμων κῆπος in a Nonnian verse inscription from Aphrodisias’, Eos 102 (2015), 155–164.

‘The so called Anatolian saints in Egypt. The Egyptian and Anatolian patterns of selective transmission of cult’, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 45 (2015), 121–144.

‘A new fragment of the “SYLA inscription” from Cyrene’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 186 (2013), 212–222.

‘The hieros topos in Amathous and a legal decision of Augustus and Agrippa’, Palamedes. A Journal of Ancient History 7 (2012), 177–185.

‘Psiogłowi (i) święci’, U Schyłku Starożytności. Studia Źródłoznawcze 11 (2012), 83–106.

The Family of Titus Flavius Glaucus, procurator of bythie Kypros‘, Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes [Paris: de Boccard] 41 (2011), 283–288.

‘Two “aberrant” cults in Amathous – the worship of baetyls and Aphrodite Kypria’, Eos 98/2 (2011), 147–165.

‘A Supposed honorific inscription for Iulia Mammaea in Cyprus’, Palamedes. A Journal of Ancient History 5 (2010), 187–191.

‘Święto maiuma i jego krytyka w Misopogonie Juliana Apostaty’, U Schyłku Starożytności. Studia Źródłoznawcze 9 (2010), 115–145.

‘Etos pracy w epitafiach żydowskich z przełomu XIX i XX w.’, Teka Historyka 41 (2010), 155–180.

‘Miasto prowincjonalne okazją do kariery? Przypadek rodziny Caristaniuszów z Antiochii Pizydyjskiej’, Teka Historyka 38 (2009), 300–310.

‘Arystofanes – komediopisarz w polis’, Schole 5 (2009), 23–57.