Monthly Archives: December 2008

Epigraphic Saturday, Cambridge, February 28, 2009.

A message from Dorothy Thompson: For many years Joyce Reynolds has run an Epigraphic Saturday in the Faculty of Classics of the University of Cambridge. What in the past has been a solo enterprise will this year be a Faculty … Continue reading

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Libyan Epigraphy Colloquium, February 2009, London

Roman Libya: epigraphy, geography and archaeology The Society for Libyan Studies and the Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica project are organising a joint colloquium and workshop, 13-14 February 2009, at King’s College London. The Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica project (http://ircyr.kcl.ac.uk) which … Continue reading

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Epigraphic titles at BMCR (December 2008):

Some titles of possible interest to epigraphists and available for review this month from BMCR: Chaniotis, A., T. Corsten, R.S. Stroud and R.A. Tybout (edd.). Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Volume LIV (2004). Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2008. xxxiii, 916 p. $256.00. ISBN … Continue reading

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Sacred Law and Women’s Festivals (Carbon, November 2008)

This is a report by Shane Brennan (Exeter) on a paper given at the BES Autumn meeting, November 22, 2008: Mathieu Carbon (Oxford), Sacred Law and Women’s Festivals, From Aristophanes to Mylasa The final paper at the 2008 BES Autumn … Continue reading

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Inscribed evidence for illegal behaviour at the Roman grave (Tupman, November 2008)

This is a report by Duncan Taylor, King’s College London, of a paper given at the BES Autumn meeting, November 22, 2008: Charlotte Tupman (KCL), “Protecting the dead? Inscribed evidence for illegal behaviour at the Roman grave” The first paper … Continue reading

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