Monthly Archives: May 2008

Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth I

I. Introduction This post represents the first installment at Current Epigraphy of what will be a summer-long “Virtual Seminar on some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” For the next few months about every two weeks I will upload Don Laing’s and … Continue reading

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Web changes: Centre d’Études Épigraphiques et Numismatiques “Fanula Papazoglou”

A posting on inscriptiones-l alerts us to a website change for the Centre d’Études Épigraphiques et Numismatiques “Fanula Papazoglou” of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade: http://www.moesia-superior.rs/ (caen@f.bg.ac.yu). At present the website is devoted to information about … Continue reading

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Lecture, Computers and the Humanities Users Group (Providence, RI, USA)

The Computers and the Humanities Users Group, Computing and Information Services, and The Center of Digital Epigraphy present Interoperability between Epigraphic and Papyrological Databases: The Epidoc Scenario Dr. Gabriel Bodard Centre for Computing in the Humanities King’s College London 12:30, … Continue reading

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Epigraphic titles available from BMCR

Available for review from BMCR 2008.05.02 (titles of possible interest to epigraphers): Bernabé Pajares, Alberto and Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal. Instructions for the netherworld: the Orphic gold tablets. Religions in the Graeco-Roman world, v. 162. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2008. … Continue reading

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Epigraphic seminars in Digital Classicist WiP series

The following titles from the Digital Classicist Work-in-Progress seminars are of potential interest to epigraphers: 6 June (NG16): Elaine Matthews and Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford), The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names and classical web services 13 June (NG16) Brent Seales (University … Continue reading

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