Monthly Archives: February 2010

István Hahn Lectures (Budapest, March 29)

The Department of Ancient History (ELTE University, Budapest) and the board of trustees of the Non omnis moriar Foundation (to commemorate late Prof. István Hahn) invite you with deep respect to the ceremony and the international colloquium of the 2nd … Continue reading

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Conference announcement: ‘Las Cupae Hispanas’, Uncastillo, Zaragoza

The Fundación Uncastillo and UNED Tudela have announced the first colloquium on the archaeology and ancient history of Los Bañales: ‘Las Cupae Hispanas: Origen, Difusión, Uso, Tipologia’, which will be held from 16-18 April 2010 at Uncastillo (Zaragoza). This colloquium … Continue reading

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EpiDoc training at the DHO Summer School

This year one of the strands in the programme of the Digital Humanities Observatory Summer School is an EpiDoc training workshop, which may be of interest to epigraphists (please circulate this announcement widely, especially to students): This course will introduce … Continue reading

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Polinskaya, Meaning of “Common” in Herodotus (London, February 11)

(Paper given at the Ancient History Seminar, London, February 11th, 2010. Brief report by Susan Fogarty.) On the Meaning of “Common” in Herodotus 8.144: Shared Sanctuaries and the Gods of Others Irene Polinskaya, King’s College London “τὸ Ἑλλενικόν consists in … Continue reading

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Epigraphic Saturday (Cambridge, March 27)

Epigraphic Saturday in Cambridge on 27 March A day of lectures and shorter presentations in Room G.21 of the Classics Faculty Building, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, starting (with coffee) at 10.00 am. (Lunch will be available in Newnham College opposite). The … Continue reading

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Van Bremen, ‘A Hellenistic List of Donors?’ (London, February 4th)

(Paper given at the Ancient History Seminar, London, February 4th, 2010. Brief report by Naomi Carless Unwin.) ‘A Hellenistic List of Donors (?)’ Riet van Bremen Dr van Bremen’s paper was concerned with a puzzling inscription from Stratonikeia in Karia … Continue reading

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Epigrafía y cultura escrita en la Antigüedad clásica

Manuel Ramírez reports on the publication of Cultura Escrita & Sociedad vol. 9 2009, entitled Epigrafía y cultura escrita en la Antigüedad clásica.

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Lecture: Rediscovering the inscriptions of Campa (Vietnam)

The following lecture (in New York) has just been announced: Rediscovering the inscriptions of Campa (Vietnam)Speaker: Arlo GriffithsLocation: 2nd Floor Lecture RoomInstitute for the Study of the Ancient World15 E 84th StNew York, NYDate: Monday, March 8 2010Time: 6:00 p.m. … Continue reading

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Robin Osborne, ‘The letter: a diplomatic history’ (London, January 28th)

(Paper given at the Ancient History Seminar, London, January 28th, 2010. Brief report by Charlotte Tupman.) The letter: a diplomatic history Robin Osborne Osborne began his paper by explaining that his main focus would be upon examining structural points in … Continue reading

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