JIGRE

AcronymDefinition
JIGREJewish Inscriptions of Graeco-Roman Egypt (book)
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Lifshitz, 1975) had 532 inscriptions and Noy has 600 (or 612, when the entries of Appendices 1 and 2 ('Non-Jewish inscriptions concerning Jews' and 'Dis Manibus in possibly Jewish inscriptions') are included), which makes it the largest volume so far: JIGRE has 134 and JIWE 1 (covering Italy (except Rome), Spain and Gaul) has 192 (or 200) entries.
Horsley's long review of JIGRE in Jewish Studies Quarterly 2 (1995), 77-101, esp.