Author Archives: Gabriel Bodard

Practical Epigraphy Workshop (Oxford)

Practical Epigraphy Workshop 2016 Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 21- 23 June The Practical Epigraphy Workshop 2016 will take place from 21 to 23 June at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. With the help of expert guidance participants will gain direct experience of … Continue reading

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Ancient history seminar (London): Pontos Euxeinos in and out of the Mediterranean

ANCIENT HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINAR INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES School of Advanced Study, University of London NEITHER EAST NOR WEST: PONTOS EUXEINOS IN AND OUT OF THE MEDITERRANEAN January – March 2016 Senate House All sessions are on Thursday at 4.30pm … Continue reading

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BSR Postgraduate Epigraphy Course: Final call

The BSR Postgraduate Course in Epigraphy returns for a third time from 11-20 July 2016. This course will focus on ‘Inscriptions in Context’ considering epigraphy in both the archaeological, historical, virtual and museum environments in Rome. The course will offer … Continue reading

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CALL FOR PAPERS Colloquium on ‘Roman Provincial Calendars and the Hemerologia’ University College London Monday 4 – Wednesday 6 July 2016 The ERC Advanced Grant Project ‘Calendars in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages’ is delighted to issue a call … Continue reading

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Oxford Epigraphy Workshop, Michaelmas Term 2015

Oxford Epigraphy Workshop, Michaelmas Term 2015 All meetings at 1.00 in the First Floor Seminar Room, Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles. Monday, October 19: Supratik Baralay, ‘Aggressive Correspondence: The new letters of Lucius Aemilius Paullus to Gonnoi’ Monday, October 26: … Continue reading

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Corporal Obscenity in Antiquity (Conference, Edinburgh, Oct 23-4 2015)

Call for Papers The Classical Body Split Open: Corporal Obscenity in Antiquity University of Edinburgh 23-24th October 2015 Alongside the well-known and reassuring image of the classical body as represented by its neoclassical reinterpretation, there stands a well-established classical tradition … Continue reading

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Off the beaten track. Epigraphy at borders (Conference, Bari, Italy, Sept 24-25, 2015)

Forwarded on behalf of the organizers: We warmly invite you to the Sixth EAGLE International Event Off the beaten track. Epigraphy at borders, which will take place in Bari from Thursday, September 24 to Friday, September 25, 2015. Hosted by … Continue reading

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Rhoby, Inscriptions in Byzantium and Beyond, open access volume

Andreas Rhoby writes to tell us that his edited volume, Inscriptions in Byzantium and Beyond. Methods – Projects – Case Studies (Veröffentlichungen zur Byzanzforschung Nr. 38), Wien 2015, is available both in print, and some chapters as open access from … Continue reading

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Obituary of Anna Morpurgo-Davies

The Guardian today runs an obituary of Anna Morpurgo-Davies, “Historical linguist who unlocked the secrets of Ancient Greek and Anatolian”, who died about six weeks ago, aged 77. An epigraphist and linguist of Mycenaean and one of the discoverers of … Continue reading

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Women in Deccan as gleaned through inscriptions: 200 BCE-1200 CE

Guest post from Rupali Mokashi. My stint with ancient Indian epigraphy started seventeen years ago when I commenced my Doctoral Research on ‘The Position of Women in Deccan as gleaned through inscriptions: 200 BCE-1200 AD.’ The inscriptions were always a … Continue reading

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Funded PhD in Ancient History, Fribourg (Switzerland)

Posted for Fabienne Marchand Fully funded PhD position in Ancient History at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) A doctoral studentship associated with Old and New Powers: Boiotian International Relations from Philip II to Augustus, a project funded by the Swiss National … Continue reading

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CIEGL XV, Vienna, Aug 28-Sep 1, 2017

The dates for the 15th Congressus, the quinquennial conference of AIEGL, to be held in Vienna in 2017, how now been set for the full week of August 28 to September 1 of that year. (Announcement below circulated by Theresia … Continue reading

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Jewish Epigraphy workshop: June 11-12, Edinburgh

Jewish Epigraphy: A Workshop Dr Margaret Williams June 11(2-5pm) June 12 (10am-12.30pm) Martin Hall, New College (Edinburgh) All are welcome to this free event, but please let us know you are coming at divinity-csco@ed.ac.uk Flyer at Centre for Study of … Continue reading

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EpiDoc training, Lausanne, July 7

Introducing the EpiDoc Collaborative: TEI XML and tools for encoding classical source texts Training workshop attached to the Digital Humanities annual conference in Lausanne, Switzerland Monday, July 7, 2014 Gabriel Bodard, Charlotte Tupman (King’s College London) and Greta Franzini, Simona … Continue reading

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Ancient Citizenship beyond the Assembly, Edinburgh, May 24

British Epigraphy Society Spring Meeting 2014 Saturday 24th May, University of Edinburgh Ancient Citizenship beyond the Assembly This workshop will examine the ways in which Greek inscriptions illustrate the range of components of ancient citizenship and civic identity, beyond participation … Continue reading

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