Images of Spolia

Dan Diffendale has started a public group photo pool on flikr devoted to spolia. At present the group has 8 members and 69 images. The images are publicly available. Any flickr member may contribute.

About Tom Elliott

Tom is Associate Director for Digital Programs and Senior Research Scholar at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University. Tom holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Duke University and a Ph.D. in Ancient History from UNC. His master's thesis treated a class of late Roman census documents from the Aegean islands and Asia Minor. His dissertation assembled and analyzed the epigraphic evidence for boundary disputes in the early Roman empire.
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5 Responses to Images of Spolia

  1. That’s an excellent resource. I shall sign up to this group and add any photographs of this kind I come across. Funnily enough I was logged into Flickr at this very moment because I’m in the process of setting up an epigraphic photo pool of a different kind (which I shall announce presently). Quite a coincidence.

  2. Paschalis Paschidis says:

    There is another Flickr photo pool of interest to epigraphists, Visibile parlare (currently 172 photos).

  3. l.traube says:

    There are 2 different groups on flickr named VISIBLE WORDS-VISIBILE PARLARE, one is about
    ancient greek epigraphy (355 photos atm), the other is about latin epigraphy from
    antiquity to the middle ages (2164 photos atm).

    Visibile Parlare – Visible Words (Latin)
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/visible_words/

    Visibile Parlare – Visible Words (Greek)
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/562831@N24/

    l.traube

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