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23 January, 2008

Images of Spolia

Filed under: publications — Tom Elliott @ 12:38

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.

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  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.

    Comment by Gabriel Bodard — 23 January, 2008 @ 13:29

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

    Comment by Paschalis Paschidis — 23 January, 2008 @ 13:39

  3. Dan has posted an update on the spolia pool: http://triacorda.blogspot.com/2008/02/spolia-update.html

    Comment by Tom Elliott — 7 February, 2008 @ 14:33

  4. 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

    Comment by l.traube — 13 April, 2008 @ 15:24

  5. [...] of photographs of epigraphic interest to Flickr, the photo-sharing website. Of particular interest (as previously discussed) are the groups Visibile Parlare – Visible Words (Latin) and Visibile Parlare – Visible Words [...]

    Pingback by Current Epigraphy » Epigraphic Flickr: Cippus of Probus from Tunisia — 12 November, 2008 @ 19:31

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