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19 August, 2010

BSA postgraduate training course in Greek Epigraphy

Filed under: events,training — Charlotte Tupman @ 13:27

The British School at Athens
Post Graduate Training Course in Greek Epigraphy
26th June – 10th July 2011
Athens

Whether publishing new inscriptions, reinterpreting old ones, or critically analysing editions, this course provides training for historians, archaeologists and textual scholars alike in the discipline of reading and interpreting epigraphic evidence. Students will be guided through the process of producing editions of inscriptions, gaining practical first hand experience with the stones as well as instruction in editorial and bibliographic skills. Guest lectures on historical and thematic subjects will explore the ways in which epigraphic evidence can inform a wide range of Classical subjects. The course will be taught at the BSA and will utilise the most significant epigraphic collections around Athens, where students will be assigned a stone from which they will create a textual edition. The importance of seeing inscriptions within their archaeological and topographical contexts will be explored during site visits around Athens, Attica, and Delphi. Some prior knowledge of Greek is essential, although students with only elementary skills are advised that reading inscriptions is a very good way to advance in the language!

The course fee of £700 includes accommodation in shared rooms at the BSA, where self catering facilities are available, as well as 24 hour access to the superb library, entry to all sites and museums, and BSA membership for one month. Free membership for the remainder of the session will be offered to students wishing to remain at the BSA after the course to continue their research. Travel to and from Greece is the sole responsibility of the course participant.

The course is limited to 12 places, and open to students of any university pursuing Masters or Post-graduate degrees. Students are recommended to apply to their universities for financial support; a number of BSA-administered bursaries are available for students who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Further information can be obtained from the BSA website. Completed application forms and an academic reference letter should be emailed to the Assistant Director (assistant.director@bsa.ac.uk) no later than January 14th 2011.

16 August, 2010

Dalla pietra all’immagine digitale, Udine, October 18-22, 2010

Filed under: events,methodology — Gabriel Bodard @ 10:32

Workshop “Dalla pietra all’immagine digitale. Tecniche e metodologie del rilievo e della ricostruzione digitale dei monumenti iscritti”

18-22 ottobre 2010, Aquileia (Udine, Italia)

Il corso intende far conoscere e imparare ad utilizzare le moderne tecnologie disponibili per il rilievo, la riproduzione fotografica e in 3D, la ricostruzione virtuale e la diffusione su supporto informatico dei monumenti epigrafici e delle scritte su instrumentum domesticum.

Programma: http://www.units.it/epilab/Workshop_Bando.doc

Le domande devono essere fatte pervenire entro il 16 settembre 2010 preferibilmente come allegato di un e-mail all’indirizzo: zacclau@units.it, oppure per fax al numero +39 040 5582814.

Il Formulario per l’iscrizione: http://www.units.it/epilab/Workshop_Formulario.doc

Eventuali comunicazioni epistolari possono essere inviate a : Prof. Claudio Zaccaria, Dipartimento di Storia e Culture dall’Antichità al Mondo Contemporaneo, Università di Trieste, Via del Lazzaretto Vecchio 6, 34123 Trieste (Italia).

13 August, 2010

Late Antique Inscriptions in the West

Filed under: publications — Gabriel Bodard @ 13:25

posted for Mark Handley:

Today I am launching a new website.

http://handley-inscriptions.webs.com/

It is devoted to Late Antique and Early Medieval inscriptions in the West (roughly A.D. 300-900) – ranging from Ireland, to North Africa, to the Balkans, and all regions in between.

The website has two main functions:

1) Regionally-specific pages of links to articles, books, PhDs, websites, and databases on late antique and early medieval inscriptions covering:

  • Britain / Anglo-Saxon England / Ireland;
  • Gaul and the Rhineland;
  • Iberia;
  • Italy;
  • North Africa; and
  • the Latin-speaking Balkans.

This is limited to what is freely available on-line, but currently there are over 470 live links to scholarly and reference material; and

2) A New Publications page, devoted to trying to list all new publications in the area. So far this covers the years 2008-2010, and has about 100 publications.

Feedback is very welcome.

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