Monthly Archives: May 2009

EpiDoc Training Workshops, 2009

Announcement EpiDoc Training Sessions 2009 London 20-24 July Rome 21-25 September The EpiDoc community has been developing protocols for the publication of inscriptions, papyri, and other documentary Classical texts in TEI-compliant XML: for details see the community website at http://epidoc.sf.net. … Continue reading

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Instrumenta Inscripta III (Macerata, June 11-12, 2009)

The programme for the Instrumenta Inscripta III conference has just been circulated (in PDF only, apparently not online, although the congress is listed at the Terra Italia Onlus events page). Instrumenta Inscripta III Manufatti iscritti e vita dei santuari in … Continue reading

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Gray, ‘Reconciliation of the Dikaiopolitans’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Spring Colloquium, May 2nd, 2009, Oxford. In the first presentation of the day Benjamin Gray gave a very thorough and densely packed study of the recently published decree from the Eretrian colony of … Continue reading

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A. Chaniotis, ‘From Woman to Woman: Female Voices in Dedicatory Inscriptions’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Spring Colloquium, May 2nd, 2009, Oxford. The third paper of the Spring Colloquium was an exploration of female voices and emotions in sanctuaries. Chaniotis began by examining the literary evidence for typical female … Continue reading

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R. Parker & S. Scullion, ‘Priests and Sacrifices at Aixone: the New World of SEG LIV 214′ (Oxford, 2nd May 2009)

Paper delivered at the BES Spring Colloquium. The final contribution at the 2009 BES Spring Meeting was remarkable by its conciseness, clarity and interest. It was a striking example of how some of our preconceived ideas on ancient Greek practices … Continue reading

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Ramsey, ‘Reading the Seleucid Inscribed Dossiers’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Spring Colloquium, May 2nd, 2009, Oxford. The second paper of the day was a summary of arguments taken from a recently awarded PhD dissertation by Gillian Ramsey (Exeter). The purpose of this presentation … Continue reading

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BMCR review of Epigraphy and the Greek Historian

Today’s BMCR distribution includes Claire Taylor’s review of the Philip Harding Festschrift (BMCR 2009.05.23): Craig Cooper (ed.), Epigraphy and the Greek Historian. Phoenix Supplementary Volume, 47. Toronto/Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2008. Pp. xvii, 197. ISBN 9780802090690. $75.00. It is … Continue reading

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Greek Amphora Stamps (Athens, February 3-5, 2010)

Circulated for Nathan Badoud: Analysis and uses of Greek amphora stamps International Congress French School at Athens, University of Rennes 2 – Haute Bretagne Athens, February 3 – 5, 2010 Full details of the conference are available (in French, Greek, … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Voprosy epigrafiki

Contributions are invited for the vol. 4 of the Voprosy epigrafiki [Problems of Epigraphy] collection. Articles submitted before 31 August 2009 will be considered. The Voprosy epigrafiki series is published since 2006 under the aegis of the Dmitry Pozharsky private … Continue reading

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Hispania Epigraphica 14

A new issue of Hispania Epigraphica is out Continue reading

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Changes in Hispania Epigraphica Online

This is the new URL for HEpOl databank: www.eda-bea.es Nevertheless, the older one (http://www.ubi-erat-lupa.austrogate.at/hispep/public/index.php) will remain active meanwhile migration from one to other system is in progress and to allow time for testing data completeness and the new features. The … Continue reading

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