Current Epigraphy
ISSN: 1754-0909

27 May, 2010

Dalla matita al laser scanner (Roma, June 7, 2010)

Filed under: events — Gabriel Bodard @ 10:14

Dalla matita al laser scanner: rilievo e ricostruzione digitale delle iscrizioni

Lunedi 7 giugno 2010 – ore 9.00
Odeion del Museo dell-Arte Classica
Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5

(For full programme see attached flyer or contact manacord@uniroma3.it.)

21 May, 2010

L’ÉPIGRAMME DANS TOUS SES ÉTATS : ÉPIGRAPHIQUES, LITTÉRAIRES, HISTORIQUES. Jeudi 3 et vendredi 4 juin 2010.

Filed under: events — Marion Lamé @ 12:28

Dear friends and colleagues,
We are pleased to present you the final program and the poster of the symposium “L’épigramme dans tous ces états: épigraphiques, littéraires, historiques” which will take place at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS Sciences-site Jacques Monod), the 3rd and 4th June.

See link to webpage:
ÉPIGRAMME DANS TOUS SES ÉTATS
The poster: here
and the program below.

Please ensure to this initiative the widest possible diffusion in your respective research Institutes.

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11 May, 2010

Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine Announcement

Filed under: news — Gabriel Bodard @ 18:15

We are happy to announce a significant upgrade of the Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine project site: http://www.brown.edu/iip. The site, which aims to collect all the published inscriptions of the region now known as Israel/Palestine that date from the Persian, Greek, and Roman periods, now contains some 1300 texts. Any comments or contributions, of course, would be welcome.

Michael Satlow
Project Director
Brown University

7 May, 2010

H.B. Mattingly Conference, Athens May 21-23

Filed under: news — Gabriel Bodard @ 17:46

The Greek Epigraphic Society and the BSA will host from 21st – 23rd May a conference in honour of Prof. H. B. Mattingly entitled Η ΤΩΝ ΑΘΗΝΑΙΩΝ ΑΡΧΗ. The Athenian Empire: old and new problems. The papers will include:

H. B. Mattingly, The Chalkis decree (IG I(3) 40).
A. L. Boegehold, Most Is Not All: Thucydides’ Use of Some Superlatives
J. K. Davies, Kimon, Kleon, and Kleophon: the logic of an inherited agenda
P. J. Rhodes, What Remains of Periclean Imperialism?
R. S. Stroud, Dating Greek Inscriptions by Letterforms: A Vice
Adele Scafuro, Penalty and punishment formulae in fifth century Attic decrees
C. V. Crowther, Justice for Phaselis: IG I(3) 10 (EM 6918) revisited
Akiko Moroo, Three Mysterious Inscriptions Concerning Erythrai
R. K. Pitt, The decree on Hestiaia IG I(3) 41
N. Papazarkadas, Reassessing IG I(3) 17: Athens, Sigeion, and the Politics of Approbation in the Ionian War
A. P. Matthaiou, New fragments and old problems
M. Piérart, The Missing List. Old and New Problems
B. Paarmann, The Historian and the Epigraphist. Considerations on ATL and IG I(3) 259-290
Nike Makres, The Hephaistia inscription (IG I(3) 82) revisited
Mariko Sakurai, The Date of IG I(3) 136 and the Cults of Bendis in Athens in the Fifth Century
Kevin Clinton, The Athenian Cleruchy on Lemnos (the paper will be read by L. Threatte)
G. Stainhauer, The Loukou Erechtheis Stele
D. Sourlas – N. Papazarkadas, A new fragment of the Argives Casualty List
A. P. Matthaiou – G. Kavvadias, A new fifth century Inscription from the North Slope of Akropolis

For further information see www.bsa.ac.uk

6 May, 2010

Graham Oliver, ‘Formality and informality in Attic epigraphy’ (Dublin, April 24th)

Filed under: BES,news,report — Charlotte Tupman @ 13:31

(Paper given at the British Epigraphy Society Spring Meeting, Dublin, April 24th, 2010. Brief report by Charlotte Tupman.)

Formality and informality in Attic epigraphy

Graham Oliver

In the first paper of the day, Graham Oliver applied the theme of the colloquium (formality and informality in epigraphy) to a selection of inscribed materials ranging from the Archaic to the Imperial period. Noting that the method of categorising inscriptions in traditional corpora tends to prevent us from fully examining the potentially complex nature of those inscriptions, Oliver introduced three topics through which we might begin to interpret the subject of formal and informal epigraphy: authority, institutions and location; the formalities of formal and informal epigraphy; and genre.

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4 May, 2010

EpiDoc Training, London, and bursaries

Filed under: EpiDoc,training — Gabriel Bodard @ 18:10

The Summer 2010 EpiDoc training workshop will now take place in London, at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London, from June 28 – July 1. Thanks to the generosity of the Association Internationale d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine (AIEGL) we have €500 available for bursaries to help students attend this event. The workshop will be taught by Gabriel Bodard (KCL) and James Cowey (Heidelberg). There will be no charge to attend this workshop.

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