Current Epigraphy
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27 November, 2008

Inscriptions Latines de Narbonnaise – 4 : Épigraphie et informatique

Filed under: events — Marion Lamé @ 20:06

Un colloque consacré à l’épigraphie de la Gaule romaine se tiendra à la Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aix-en-Provence les 4 et 5 décembre 2008 (MMSH, 5, rue du Château de l’Horloge, F-13094 Aix-en-Provence). Ce colloque, organisé par le Centre Camille Jullian (CNRS-UMR 6573), présentera les recherches en cours relatives aux inscriptions de la province romaine de Gaule Narbonnaise et des régions périphériques proches (provinces Alpines, Sud de la Gaule Lyonnaise).

Le jeudi après-midi 4 déc. sera consacré à la présentation de différentes bases de données épigraphiques existantes et des recherches qu’elles permettent. En effet, depuis des années de nombreux chercheurs s’intéressent à ces outils et des laboratoires ont déjà « mis en ligne » leurs travaux. D’autre part, la SFER (Société Française d’Épigraphie Latine), et par son intermédiaire, tous les épigraphistes français, ont été sollicités pour participer au projet de fédération de bases de données épigraphiques EAGLE : Electronic Archive on Greek and Latin Epigraphy. Une discussion s’impose sur le bien fondé et les enjeux de cette participation française au projet.

La journée de vendredi verra la présentation de plusieurs communications scientifiques. Cette rencontre, qui réunira les différents enseignants, chercheurs et étudiants en doctorat qui travaillent actuellement sur le Sud-Est de la France, est destinée à faire le point sur l’état d’avancement des recherches en cours et à échanger nos connaissances sur un certain nombre de dossiers relatifs à l’épigraphie religieuse, sociale, institutionnelle ou encore funéraire de la Narbonnaise et de ses régions limitrophes.

Programme du colloque

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Città e territorio, Feb 19-20, 2009, Genova

Filed under: events — Gabriel Bodard @ 14:38

Circulated by AIEGL: the fourth Incontro Internazionale di Storia Antica in Genoa, titled: Città e territorio: la Liguria e il mondo antico includes a day on each of Greek epigraphy and Roman epigraphy.

Giovedì 19 febbraio 2009, ore 15
STORIA ED EPIGRAFIA GRECA

C. AMPOLO Il dibattito sulla polis e la chora nel mondo greco (titolo provvisorio)
N. CUCUZZA Dai paesaggi minoici ai territori delle poleis: qualche riflessione
M. LOMBARDO Insediamenti “coloniali” greci nell’Occidente di area ligure: peculiarità e
dinamiche
D. GARCIA Agglomérations et territories préromains en Ligurie provençale
T. MANNONI Dati sull’ambiente antropizzato della Liguria prima della romanizzazione

Venerdì 20 febbraio 2009, ore 9
STORIA ED EPIGRAFIA ROMANA

E. LO CASCIO Aspetti demografici ed economici del rapporto città-territorio nell’Italia
romana
Y. LE BOHEC Urbanisme et architecture civile à Lambèse sous le haut-Empire
M. CORBIER (titolo da definire)
A. DURANTE – Città e territorio: il caso di Luni
L. GERVASINI
P. BASSO Le stazioni di sosta lungo le strade della Cisalpina romana: problemi e
prospettiva di ricerca

For more information contact tlellida@libero.it.

26 November, 2008

Postgraduate Training in Epigraphy, Athens, 2009

Filed under: events,training — Gabriel Bodard @ 16:42

Circulated by the British School at Athens:

POST GRADUATE TRAINING COURSE IN GREEK EPIGRAPHY
14th-28th June 2009
Athens

Whether publishing new texts, challenging old ones, or critically analysing editions, this course provides training for historians, archaeologists and textual scholars alike in the discipline of reading and interpreting epigraphic evidence. Inscriptions are constantly changing the way in which we view the ancient world, as year on year hundreds of new discoveries are made. This course will focus upon this new material, with lectures and site tours by scholars currently excavating and publishing in the field. Students will be guided through the process of producing editions of inscriptions, gaining both practical first hand experience with the stones, as well as instruction in editorial and bibliographic skills. The course will be taught at the BSA and at the Epigraphic Museum, the world’s largest collection of Greek inscriptions, where students will each be assigned a stone from which they will create an edition and commentary, and where they will receive tuition from leading scholars in Athens. The importance of seeing inscriptions within their archaeological and topographical contexts will be explored during visits to sites in Athens and Attica.  Some prior knowledge of Greek is essential, although students with only elementary skills are advised that reading inscriptions is a very good way to learn! For advice about whether this is the right course for you, please contact assistant.director@bsa.ac.uk.

Students will be based at the BSA Hostel in shared rooms of two. Self catering facilities are available as well as 24 hour access to the superb library facilities. Accommodation, tuition, entry to all sites and museums, and membership of the BSA for one month are included in course fee of £580. Free membership for the remainder of the session will be offered to students wishing to remain at the BSA after the course to continue their research. Travel to and from Greece is the sole responsibility of the course participants, who are also required to provide their own travel insurance. Students are recommended to apply to their universities or funding body for financial support. A number of bursaries are available (see the application form) from The British Epigraphy Society.

Further information and an application form can be obtained from the Assistant Director (assistant.director@bsa.ac.uk) and from the website (www.bsa.ac.uk). Application forms and a reference letter should be received no later than April 1st 2009.

23 November, 2008

A message from AIEGL President Stephen Mitchell

Filed under: AIEGL — Gabriel Bodard @ 19:31

The International association of Greek and Latin Epigraphy has new officers for the period 2008-2012. Angela Donati (Bologna) continues in the office of Secretary-General. Stephen Mitchell (Exeter University, UK) was elected President, with Manfred Schmidt (Berlin Academy) as Vice-President, Christian Witschel (Heidelberg) as Deputy Secretary General, and Prof. Anne Kolb (Zurich) as treasurer.

The officers had a first meeting at the end of June 2008. The main objective was to establish policy objectives for AIEGL over the next quinquennium, until the 14th Congress, which is scheduled to held in Berlin in 2012.

Three aspects of AIEGL’s activities were discussed at length.

1) The role of the International Association needs re-definition, so that it can respond to the needs to the epigraphic community today. When it was founded, late 1970s AIEGL’s main priority was to promote effective links between scholars in the countries of eastern Europe, who faced many economic and political restrictions on their activities, and those of western Europe and the USA. Circumstances are now very different, but the Association’s overriding purpose, to promote communication, dialogue and active cooperation between its members, remains the same. In practice, this requires the Association to be flexible and innovative, and supportive of new initiatives which will advance this purpose.

2) Since the EAGLE initiative, which was launched in 1997 by AIEGL’s then president, Prof. S. Panciera (Rome), digital epigraphy has been a central item on the AIEGL agenda. It is now a particular priority to facilitate initiatives in this area, above all those that try to establish communications between the very many separate digital epigraphic projects. At a modest level this can be done simply by helping these projects to keep in touch with each other. The holy grail would be to develop AIEGL’s own web-site in such a way that it could serve as a portal to many diverse epigraphic projects, providing access with search possibilities to many existing initiatives. It is unlikely that AIEGL itself, with limited resources of finance and woman-power, could achieve this, but it may have a significant role to play in helping other centres to realising an aim of this sort. After the formal meeting in June, the officers had an extended discussion of these issues with Charlotte Roueché, who was present and could up-date us on the progress of the EPIDOC community, and with Tom Elliott (deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World) communicating by Skype from an Internet cafe in New York, who gave invaluable guidance from a wider perspective, including the interlinking of epigraphic digital projects with those in related disciplines.

3) AIEGL has modest funds from accumulated membership subscriptions. As with many organisations, the membership list is in need of revision, and it requires hard work on the part of the treasurer to ensure that members pay their annual dues. The British Epigraphy Society is a model in this respect, in that members’ subs. are paid as a lump sum, with full details of subscribing individuals, making the task for AIEGL immeasurably easier. The current AIEGL officers are acutely aware of the need to maintain membership and subscriptions. There is equally a need for an effective and transparent procedure for disbursing funds to deserving epigraphic causes. There was general agreement that one priority should be the funding of events and workshops designed to train postgraduate students or early career scholars, and I hope that very shortly we can finalise an application procedure, so that organisers of training events and workshops can apply for modest support funding for these events.

We hope that these general objectives will be regarded as desirable and relatively uncontroversial, although they are not necessarily easy to realize. Comments and suggestions from the Current Epigraphy community are warmly welcomed!

18 November, 2008

Colloquium in honour of Emil Hübner

Filed under: events — Charlotte Tupman @ 18:12

Tiempo de Historia reports today, unfortunately at very short notice, that there will be a Colloquium on 19th and 20th November 2008 in Madrid in honour of the 175th anniversary of the birth of the epigrapher Emil Hübner.  Hübner was, amongst other things, the editor of CIL II, which covered the Spanish provinces.  The conference, entitled Emil Hübner and  the Sciences of Antiquity in Hispania, has been organised by the Real Academia de la Historia and the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Madrid.

The programme is as follows:

Mittwoch/miércoles, 19.11.08 RAH
10.15 h Eröffnung/Acto inaugural
Gonzalo Anes, Director de la Real Academia de la Historia y Dirce Marzoli, Directora del Instituto Arqueológico Alemán de Madrid
Vorsitz/mesa Dirce Marzoli/Madrid
10.30 h Antonino González/Murcia, Hübner y su obra
10.45 h Michael Blech/Bad Krozingen, La formación de Emil Hübner
11.15 h Javier Miranda/Madrid, El archivo de Emil Hübner en la
Staatsbibliothek (West) de Berlín
11.45 h Pause/ Descanso
12.00 h Jorge Maier/Madrid, Hübner y los arqueólogos españoles
12.30 h José Remesal/Barcelona, Hübner y el Padre Fita
13.00 h Thomas G. Schattner y Jorge Maier/Madrid, Los viajes de Hübner en la Península
13.20 h Diskussion/ discusión
14 h Mittagspause/almuerzo
Vorsitz/mesa José María Blázquez/Madrid
16.30 h Amílcar Guerra/Lisboa, Hübner y los arqueólogos portugueses
17.00 h Beatrice Cacciotti/Roma, Cronache di archeologia dall Italia di Emil Hübner
17.30 h María Paz García-Bellido/Madrid, Hübner entre Mommsen y Haeberlin: La moneda hispánica en la ciencia alemana
18.00 h Diskussion/discusión

Donnerstag/jueves, 20.11.08 IAA
Vorsitz/mesa Luis García Moreno/Madrid
10.00 h Juan Manuel Abascal /Alicante, Hübner y el CIL
10.45 h Martín Almagro-Gorbea/Madrid, Hübner y las lenguas ibéricas
11.15 h Joaquín Gómez-Pantoja/Alcalá de Henares, Hübner y la geografía histórica
11.45 h Sabine Panzram/Hamburg, Hübner y la epigrafía y arqueología paleocristiana
12.00 h Pause/ Descanso
12.30 h Helena Gimeno/Alcalá de Henares, La nueva edición del Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum II
Christof Schuler/München, El Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum II ante el futuro Peter Rothenhöfer/München, Aspectos técnicos en los estudios epigráficos de Hübner
Diskussion/discusión
13.15 h Mittagspause/almuerzo
Vorsitz/mesa Michael Blech/ Bad Krozingen
15.00 h Ramón Corzo/Sevilla, Hübner y la arqueología fenicia-púnica
15.20 h Pierre Moret/Toulouse, Hübner, la Dama de Elche y la escultura ibérica
15.40 h Diskussion/discusión
16.00 h Thomas G. Schattner/Madrid, Hübner y la estatuaria lusitano-galaica y vettona
16.20 h Diskussion/discusión
16.30 h Ende und Final y traslado al Museo del Prado
17.30 h Museo del Prado
Führung durch die Ausstellung: Entre dioses y hombres/Visita guiada a la exposición: Entre dioses y hombres (Stefan Schröder)
18.30 h Acto de clausura en el Museo del Prado
Mesa
Leticia Azcue Brea, Jefe de Conservación de Escultura y Artes Decorativas del Museo del Prado, Martín Almagro Gorbea, Anticuario de la Real Academia de la Historia, Dirce Marzoli, Directora del Instituto Arqueológico Alemán de Madrid
Presentación de la versión castellana del libro de Emil Hübner Las colecciones de arte antiguo en Madrid con un apéndice sobre las colecciones en España y Portugal, a cargo de Martín Almagro
Conferencia
Stephan Schröder/Madrid, Hübner y su catálogo de escultura del Museo del Prado
19.30 h Ende/Fin

Further details are available here.

15 November, 2008

Syllabic Writing on Cyprus: Cambridge, December 12-13, 2008

Filed under: events — Gabriel Bodard @ 15:59

Recently announced via Inscriptiones-L (and see conference website):

Syllabic Writing on Cyprus and its Context

  • Friday 12th – Saturday 13th December 2008
  • Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge

This conference brings together scholars working on the syllabic scripts of Bronze and Iron Age Cyprus as well as their archaeological context, in order to create an interdisciplinary forum in which linguists, epigraphists and archaeologists may enter into a common dialogue on this topic.

Papers on a range of related subjects will be given by (in alphabetical order): Yves Duhoux (Louvain), Markus Egetmeyer (Sorbonne), Silvia Ferrara (Oxford), Maria Iacovou (University of Cyprus), Jean-Pierre Olivier (FNRS, Belgium), Massimo Perna (Naples) and Susan Sherratt (Sheffield).

The conference is open to all, and will be of interest to anyone whose research involves ancient Cyprus, the eastern Mediterranean, linear scripts of Aegean origin, or the interdisciplinary study of epigraphy and archaeology.

Sessions will take place from the afternoon of Friday 12th December to the evening of Saturday 13th December 2008, followed by the conference dinner on the Saturday night at Selwyn College. An associated event for the public will be hosted by the Fitzwilliam Museum on Sunday 14th December. The full conference programme will be made available at a later date.

Due to limitations of space, please contact the Conference Organiser (Philippa Steele, pms45@cam.ac.uk) to register your intention to attend. A small conference fee will be charged to cover facilities and refreshments, and if you wish to attend the conference dinner it will be necessary to book in advance.

13 November, 2008

Epigrafia e archeologia in Campania: Napoli, December 4-5, 2008

Filed under: events — Gabriel Bodard @ 17:29

Just circulated by AIEGL for Laura Chioffi:

Il Mediterraneo e la storia

Epigrafia e archeologia in Campania: letture storiche

Giovedì 4/12/08
10.15.- saluti
prof. Mario De Rosa, Seconda Università di Napoli
avv. Gerardo Marotta, Ist. Italiano Studi Filosofici
on. Antonio Valiante, Regione Campania

presiede Heikki Solin
11.30.- Mika Kajava, Università di Helsinki
Hera e il cosiddetto “dischetto di Cuma”
12.00.- Carlo Gasparri, Università di Napoli “Federico II”
Cuma romana
12.30.- Giuseppe Camodeca, Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Il patrimonio epigrafico latino e l’élite municipale di Cumae

presiede Mika Kajava
16.00.- Valeria Sampaolo, Soprintendenza Archeologica di Caserta e Benevento
Antica Capua: anfiteatro e dintorni
16.30.- Carmela Capaldi, Università di Napoli “Federico II”
Una nuova attestazione dell’evergetismo edilizio di Augusto a Capua
17.00.- Heikki Solin, Università di Helsinki
Nuove (vecchie) iscrizioni di Capua
17.30.- Kalle Korhonen, Università di Helsinki
Copiate, interpolate o inventate? Le falsificazioni epigrafiche di Capua

Venerdì 5/12/08

presiede Giuseppe Camodeca
9.30.- Christer Bruun, Università di Toronto
Storia romana e instrumentum domesticum: le fistule iscritte della Campania
10.00.- Antonella De Carlo, Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Cavalieri originari della Campania tra Augusto e i Severi
10.30.- Gemma Corazza, Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Augustales in Campania

presiede Carlo Gasparri
11.30.- John Bodel, Brown University, Providence
Tombe e immobili: il caso dei praedia Patulciana (CIL, X 3334)
12.00.- Rosa De Bonis, Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Case romane di Paestum
12.30.- Irene Bragantini, Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Tra Ercolano e Pompei: il sistema decorativo della casa

12 November, 2008

Epigraphic Flickr: Cippus of Probus from Tunisia

Filed under: flickr — Tom Elliott @ 19:31

For some time I’ve been trying to follow the posting 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 (Greek). A search for the tag “inscription” is also interesting.

From time to time I think I shall highlight here items that catch my interest in these venues.

Consider a photograph posted by Sally Wilson (sallycat101) on 26 October 2008, labeled “inscribed stone, carthage.” The high resolution image of this cylindrical cippus shows only part of the text campus, for external circumstances explained by the photographer.

A little transcription and then searching in the epigraphic databases and we can find that this is a published text:

  • CIL 8.22084 = ILTun 1732; registered in EDCS (photo), where we get a digital text as follows (I copy it here because there is no mechanism that I can find for direct linkage to individual records in EDCS); evidently not in EDH:

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari)
M(arco) Aurelio
Probo Pi-
o Felici Aug(usto)
pontifici
maximo
tribunici-
ae potesta-
[tis —

Which I’d translate as: “The Emperor Caesar Marcus Aurelius Probus Pius Felix Augustus, pontifex maximus, (holding the) tribunician power …” (the cippus is broken away from its base, destroying one or more additional lines of text).

It’s apparently a milestone (or boundary marker) of the Roman Emperor Probus (AD 276-282). There are a few other inscriptions of Probus cataloged in CIL and other corpora. Without the tribunician year or other indication of date (e.g., consular year), it may be impossible to date this particular inscription more closely.

I’m sure readers without present access to CIL or ILTun (like me) would be grateful for comments (posted here) about the context of this find (EDCS lists “Ain Ghar Salah” as the findspot), the road it may have been associated with, or other relevant matters.

Query: History of Phoenician-Punic Epigraphy

Filed under: query — Tom Elliott @ 18:35

Philip Schmitz writes:

I have been asked to prepare a chapter on the history of Phoenician-Punic epigraphy for a volume honoring an important contributor to the field. I would like to include details of human interest pertaining to significant scholars and discoveries. I have consulted Mark Smith’s wonderful survey of the Northwest Semitic field, and will incorporate relevant items from that work.

I am not much interested in personal foibles or idiosyncrasies of teachers and scholars except as such might have led to progress in the discovery, decipherment, critical edition, or interpretation of Phoenician and Punic inscriptions. More valuable would be instances of working method, the role of comprehensive cataloguing, notable cases of insight or intuition, and the like. Eyewitness accounts of text discoveries, personal or reported narratives about teaching and research methods, and reflection about how discoveries of texts have changed perceptions of ancient history and biblical studies are especially welcome.

The period I plan to cover begins with the seventeenth-century erudites and extends to the current generation. My focus will be on Phoenician and Punic, although that history is difficult to divide neatly from the rest of Northwest Semitic epigraphy or from Semitic studies at large. The earliest periods of the alphabet, significant as they are, are less germane to this study than the periods from Iron II to Roman. I am particularly concerned to identify critical moments and turning points in the field’s development. Hearing your perceptions of these would be immensely helpful as I review and revise my own understanding. I greatly appreciate any response you might wish to make to my request.

Sincerely,

Philip C. Schmitz
pschmitz@emich.edu
Professor of History
Department of History and Philosophy
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
USA

11 November, 2008

Autumn Colloquium of the British Epigraphy Society, 22 November

Filed under: BES,events — Gabriel Bodard @ 14:04

The theme for the Colloquium is “Inscribed Laws” and the event will be held in Strand Campus Room 2C at King’s College, London (directions to follow).  The programme for the Autumn Colloquium is as follows:

10.30: Coffee & Registration

11.00: Charlotte Tupman (KCL), “Protecting the dead? Inscribed evidence for illegal behaviour at the Roman grave”.

11.45: Benet Salway (UCL), “Form and function in Roman legal texts”.

12.30: Lunch

13.45: Short Reports

[14.30: Annual General Meeting of the British Epigraphy Society]

15.30: Tea

15.45: Mathieu Carbon (Oxford), “Sacred Laws and Women’s Festivals: Some Perspectives from Mylasa to Aristophanes”.

16.30: Reception.

Registration fees for the day are two pounds for members of AIEGL or the BES, and seven pounds for non-members. A sandwich lunch may be booked for three pounds by writing BEFORE 19 November to peter.haarer@classics.ox.ac.uk (please specify any special dietary requirements).

Further details of the programme, and offers of short reports may be sent to Dr. Charlotte Tupman (charlotte.tupman@kcl.ac.uk)

4 November, 2008

Epigraphic seminars (a little late)

Filed under: events,training — Gabriel Bodard @ 21:19

Two sets of seminars of interest to epigraphers (I’m a little late passing on the first one):

Epigraphy North:

All students and teaching staff are welcome to this ongoing series of talks on epigraphical subjects. The seminars are particularly useful for graduate students and advanced undergraduates who are interested in learning about inscriptions and epigraphical methods.

Tuesday 28th October 17.30 – Liverpool
Bosanquet Seminar Room 12-14 Abercromby Square, The University of Liverpool
Graham Oliver (Liverpool): Another look at the Priests of Poseidon (Syll.3 1020)
There will a strong teaching element with working from squeezes and photographs.

Tuesday 25th November 17.00 – Manchester
Room 3.211, University Place, Oxford Road, Manchester
Ted Kaizer (Durham) The epigraphy of Palmyra

For further details please contact Graham Oliver gjoliver@liv.ac.uk

I assume there must be some epigraphy in at least some of these seminars in the Classical Archaeology series:

Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House, Room N336, 17:00

October 29 Maria Stamatopoulou The sanctuary of Pasikrata in the southern cemetery of Demetrias

December 3 Milena Melfi Patrons, worshippers and generals: reconsidering Early Roman presence in the sanctuaries of Greece.

March 11 Olga Palagia Philip’s Eurydice in the Philippeion at Olympia

For more information: c.riva@ucl.ac.uk

Convegno EAGLE – Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Filed under: AIEGL,events — Tom Elliott @ 16:02

Silvia Orlandi has asked me to post notice of the following event:

Convegno EAGLE – Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy
Epigrafia, informatica e ricerca storica

L’Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
Centro InterdisciplinareBeniamino Segre
Via della Lungara, 10 – 00165
Rome

7-8 November 2008

Program:

COMITATO ORDINATORE: François BERARD (F), Carlo CARLETTI (I), Kevin CLINTON (USA), Angela DONATI (I), Andrea GIARDINA (I), Joaquin GÓMEZ-PANTOJA (E), Gian Luca GREGORI (I), Tito ORLANDI (I), Silvio PANCIERA (I), Charlotte ROUECHÉ (UK), Christian WITSCHEL (D), Fausto ZEVI (I).
PARTECIPANTI: Antonella Daniela AGOSTINELLI (I), Géza ALFÖLDY (D), Giovanna ASDRUBALI PENTITI (I), Lucio BENEDETTI (I), François BERARD (F), Maria Letizia CALDELLI (I), Lorenzo CALVELLI (I), Giuseppe CAMODECA (I), Carlo CARLETTI (I), Marcella CHELOTTI (I), Laura CHIOFFI (I), Gemma CORAZZA (I), Giovannella CRESCI MARRONE (I), Antonella DE CARLO (I), Barbara DE NICOLÒ (I), Ginette DI VITA-EVRARD (F), Angela DONATI (I), Silvia EVANGELISTI (I), Lanfranco FABRIANI (I), Donato FASOLINI (I), Antonio Enrico FELLE (I), Francisca FERAUDI-GRUÉNAIS (D), Antoine GAILLIOT (F), Andrea GIARDINA (I), Joaquin GÓMEZ-PANTOJA (E), Maria Grazia GRANINO (I), Gian Luca GREGORI (I), Antonio IBBA (I), Nicolas LAUBRY (F), Marion LAMÉ (F), Fulvia MAINARDIS (I), Silvia Maria MARENGO (I), Giovanni MENNELLA (I), Guido MIGLIORATI (I), Ilaria MILANO (I), Silvia ORLANDI (I), Tito ORLANDI (I), Gianfranco PACI (I), Silvio PANCIERA (I), Viviana PETTIROSSI (I), Valentina PISTARINO (I), Anita ROCCO (I), Charlotte ROUECHÉ (UK), Antonio SARTORI (I), Kurt SCHALLER (E), John SCHEID (F), Marina SILVESTRINI (I), Maria Carla SPADONI (I), Nicolas TRAN (F), Stefania VALENTINI (I), Alfredo VALVO (I), Marina VAVASSORI (I), Christian WITSCHEL (D), Claudio ZACCARIA (I), Fausto ZEVI (I), Enrico ZUDDAS (I).

Avvertenza: il Convegno non prevede una lettura pubblica delle relazioni (i cui testi sono accessibili a tutti sul sito http://www.terraitalia.altervista.org), ma solo un dibattito generale intorno alle stesse ed ai temi da queste trattati, aperto a tutti i partecipanti, iscritti o no.

Venerdì 7 novembre
14.00 Indirizzi di saluto
14.15 Silvio Panciera, EAGLE: perché un convegno?
14.30-16.30 EAGLE: PROGRESSI, DIFFICOLTÀ, SOLUZIONI
Introduce: Giovanni Mennella
Moderano: Géza Alföldy, Gianfranco Paci
16.30 Intervallo
17.00 – 19.00 NUOVE BANCHE FEDERATE, COLLABORAZIONI, SINERGIE
Introduce: Claudio Zaccaria
Moderano: Francisca Feraudi-Gruénais, John Scheid
Sabato 8 novembre
8.30-9.30 I FINANZIAMENTI IERI, OGGI E DOMANI
Introduce: Silvio Panciera
Moderano: Angela Donati, Christian Witschel
9.30-10.30 SCELTE INFORMATICHE E ORGANIZZATIVE
Introduce: Tito Orlandi
Moderano: Silvia Orlandi, Charlotte Roueché
10.30 Intervallo
11.00 – 12.00 PROGRAMMI E PREVISIONI A BREVE, MEDIO E LUNGO TERMINE
Introduce: Carlo Carletti
Moderano: Giuseppe Camodeca, Joaquín Gómez-Pantoja
12.00-12.45 EPIGRAFIA, INFORMATICA, DIDATTICA E RICERCA STORICA
Introduce: Giovannella Cresci Marrone
Moderano: Andrea Giardina, Fausto Zevi
12.45 Congedo
Segreteria: silvia.orlandi@uniroma1.it, marialetizia.caldelli@uniroma1.it, anastasi@lincei.it

Program online (MS Word version)

Testi aggiornati (pdf or doc)

Epigraphic titles from BMCR, October

Filed under: review — Gabriel Bodard @ 00:09

From BMCR October 2008:

Titles marked by an asterisk are available for review. Qualified volunteers should indicate their interest by a message to classrev@brynmawr.edu, with their last name and requested author in the subject line. They should state their qualifications (both in the sense of degrees held and in the sense of experience in the field concerned) and explain any previous relationship with the author.

*Dimitrova, Nora M. Theoroi and initiates in Samothrace: the epigraphical evidence. Hesperia Supplement, 37. Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2008. xiv, 280 p. $55.00 (pb). ISBN 9780876615379.

*Grammenos, Dimitrios V. and Elias K. Petropoulos (edd.). Ancient Greek colonies in the Black Sea 2 (2 vols.). BAR international series; 1675 (1-2). Oxford: Archaeopress, 2007. viii, 1262 p. £ 140.00 (pb). ISBN 9781407301105.

*Binder, Vera, Martin Korenjak and Beate Noack (ed., trans., comm.). Epitaphien: Tod, Totenrede, Rhetorik; Auswahl, Übersetzung und Kommentar. Subsidia classica, Bd. 10. Rahden/Westf.: Verlag Marie Leidorf, 2007. 358 p. € 39.80 (pb). ISBN 9783867571821.

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