Monthly Archives: July 2008

Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth VII

This is posting VII of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” The previous six may be found by following the links from here. This post features three fragments of grayish marble all broken on the backside, two … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth VI

This is installment VI of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” For the previous five postings, follow the links from here. In this post we have two joining fragments of bluish-gray marble (photos are here and here) … Continue reading

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Markup of the epigraphy and archaeology of Roman Libya (seminar)

Another epigraphic paper in the London seminar series: Digital Classicist/Institute for Classical Studies Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2008 Friday 25th July at 16:30, in room NG16, Senate House, Malet Street, London Charlotte Tupman (KCL) ‘Markup of the epigraphy and … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth V

This is the fifth installment of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” Links to the first four posts may be found here. This post features a fragment of nicely finished white-veined, bluish-grey marble preserving the right side … Continue reading

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Reviews: Celtic Personal Names; Epigraphika Thessalonikeia

Two reviews from BMCR that I’ve been sitting on for a while, far too busy with the EpiDoc Summer School to read and report on here: (1) BMCR 2008.07.09: Marilynne E. Raybould, Patrick Sims-Williams, A Corpus of Latin Inscriptions of … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Filippo Canali De Rossi, Le relazioni diplomatiche di Roma, Vol. II

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.07.36 Filippo Canali De Rossi, Le relazioni diplomatiche di Roma, Vol. II: dall’intervento in Sicilia fino alla invasione annibalica (264-216 a.C.). Roma: Herder, 2007. Pp. 148. ISBN 978-88-89670-20-0. €28.00. Reviewed by Sandra Péré-Noguès, Université Toulouse II … Continue reading

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K. HALLOF (Hg.), Adolf Wilhelm Kleine Schriften Abteilung IV

published by the Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaft blurb Gesamtindices Schriftenverzeichnis Vor fast 60 Jahren verstarb Adolf Wilhelm, einer der größten griechischen Epigraphiker seiner Generation. Seine enorme Schaffenskraft schlug sich, neben einigen Monographien, weit überwiegend in Hunderten von eher kleineren Artikeln … Continue reading

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Seminar: Towards the digital squeeze

Digital Classicist/Institute for Classical Studies Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2008 Friday 18th July at 16:30, in Stewart House B9 (between Senate House & Russell Square) *Note room change* Ryan Baumann (University of Kentucky) ‘Towards the Digital Squeeze: 3-D imaging … Continue reading

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Major addition to PHI online database

I just noticed that on July 10 the PHI database was updated, and thought I’d pass along the good news. It looks like roughly 8000 inscriptions have been added or had their existing entries updated: http://epigraphy.packhum.org/inscriptions/main?url=recent

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Terra Italia Onlus

By way of Silvia Orlandi comes this announcement from Silvio Panciera of a newly-formed Association for the Development and Dissemination of the Study of Roman Italy: TERRA ITALIA ONLUS Associazione per lo sviluppo e la diffusione degli studi sull’Italia Romana … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth IV

This is the fourth installment of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth” (for the previous three posts, see: Seminar I; Seminar II; and Seminar III). This post features a grayish fragment of marble with the left edge … Continue reading

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