Monthly Archives: December 2009

Call for Papers 2010: Archeomatica, Cultural Heritage Technologies

<http://www.archeomatica.it/call-for-papers Call for Papers 2010 Archeomatica, Cultural Heritage Technologies Issues 1-2-3-4 / 2010 CALL FOR PAPERS Archeomatica is a new, multidisciplinary journal, printed in Italy, devoted to the presentation and the dissemination of advanced methodologies, emerging technologies and techniques for … Continue reading

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Stamp Query

I’ve received the above picture of a stamp with the following query: When I was on a trip to Petra, Jordan, I happened to find an object that looks like a lead (bronze?) stamp. It bears an inscription in letters … Continue reading

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7-9 gennaio 2010: Lo spazio ionico e le comunità della Grecia nord-occidentale. Territorio, società, istituzioni

The results of the research program of the Universities of Calabrie, Napoli Federico II, Parma, Roma Sapienza,Venezia Ca’ Foscari on La ‘terza’ Grecia e l’Occidente: Lo spazio ionico e le comunità della Grecia nord-occidentale Territorio, società, istituzioni a cura di … Continue reading

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Matthew Canepa, ‘Inscriptions, Landscape, and the Built Environment in the Eastern Mediterranean and Iran in Late Antiquity’ (Oxford, November 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium, November 21st, 2009, Oxford. Report by Emma Rix. ‘Inscriptions, Landscape, and the Built Environment in the Eastern Mediterranean and Iran in Late Antiquity’ (Oxford, November 2009) Matthew Canepa, Oxford, November 21 In … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Frood, ‘Claiming Space and Memory: the Development of Priestly Inscriptional Practices in Late New Kingdom Egypt (ca. 1190-715 BC)’ (Oxford, November 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium, November 21st, 2009, Oxford. Report by Charlotte Tupman. Claiming Space and Memory: the Development of Priestly Inscriptional Practices in Late New Kingdom Egypt (ca. 1190-715 BC) Elizabeth Frood, Oxford, November 21 … Continue reading

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EpiDoc Training at DH Summer School, Dublin, June/July 2010

2010 DHO Summer School in conjunction with NINES and the EpiDoc Collaborative 28 June – 2 July 2010 http://dho.ie/ss2010 The third annual Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) Summer School will take place in Dublin from 28 June to 2 July 2010. … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Solopova, ‘The Earliest Runic Inscriptions: Problems of Language and Interpretation’

Paper presented at the British Epigraphy Society Autumn Meeting. (Brief Report by Philip Davies) The Earliest Runic Inscriptions: Problems of Language and Interpretation Elizabeth Solopova, Oxford, November 21st, 2009 In keeping with the theme of the British Epigraphy Society’s Autumn … Continue reading

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