Author Archives: Gabriel Bodard

Engineer Position in Bordeaux (Papyrii, Inscriptions, etc.) for the project PATRIMONIVM

The European funding scheme ERC Starting Grant rewards the most innovative research projects led by young researchers in all scientific areas. Among those selected for funding in the 2016 call, the project PATRIMONIVM, hosted by the University Bordeaux Montaigne, aims … Continue reading

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Judaism and Rome: New Website

Posted for Aitor Blanco: Dear colleagues, It is with great pleasure that we announce the opening of the website for the ERC project “Re-thinking Judaism’s Encounter with the Roman Empire: Rome’s Political and Religious Challenge to Israel and its Impact … Continue reading

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EpiDoc training workshop, London, April 2017

We invite applications to participate in a training workshop on digital editing of papyrological and epigraphic texts, at the Institute of Classical Studies, London, April 3–7, 2017. The workshop will be taught by Gabriel Bodard and Lucia Vannini (ICS) and … Continue reading

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BSA Course in Greek Epigraphy (June 4-17, 2017)

THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS POSTGRADUATE TRAINING COURSE IN GREEK EPIGRAPHY 4th June – 17th June 2017 Whether publishing new inscriptions, reinterpreting old ones, or critically analysing editions, this course provides training for historians, archaeologists and textual scholars alike in … Continue reading

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British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium 2016

Forwarded from Ulrike Roth: The British Epigraphy Society is hosting its 20th Autumn Colloquium on 12 November 2016, in the Institute of Classical Studies in London. Speakers include Dr Andrew Burnett (London), Dr Julien Ogereau (Berlin), Prof. Robert Parker (Oxford), … Continue reading

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AIEGL Awards and stipends

Manfred Schmidt, president of the Association d’Epigraphie Grecque et Latine, writes to remind colleagues of the deadline for applying for awards and stipends, which expires on 30 September 2016. For more information, please see the attached documents concerning the Géza … Continue reading

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L’Année épigraphique 2013

Mireille Corbier (, directeur de L’Année épigraphique, fait savoir que L’Année épigraphique 2013 (2203 notices et 1124 pages dont 233 pages d’index) a été publiée en août 2016 et est disponible. Les commandes doivent être adressées aux Presses Universitaires de France … Continue reading

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Teiresias Supplements Online

Posted for Fabienne Marchand: Teiresias Online Review and Bibliography of Boiotian Studies ( has recently launched a new supplementary series, Teiresias Supplements Online (, an open access venue for the publication of high-end research in Classical Studies. The mission of the … Continue reading

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Local Scripts of Archaic Greece, Oxford Jun 30-Jul 1

Forwarded for Robert Parker: “Archaia Grammata. The  Local scripts of Archaic Greece. A conference in memory of L. H. Jeffery (1915-1986).”  June 30–July 1, Ioannou School, 66 St Giles, Oxford. Provisional list of speakers and topics: Charles Crowther, ‘The Anne … Continue reading

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Inschriftenkulturen im kommunalen Italien (DHI, Rome, May 19-20, 2016)

Inschriftenkulturen im kommunalen Italien: Traditionen, Brüche, Neuanfänge Ort: Rom Veranstaltungsort: Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom; Via Aurelia Antica, 391; I-00165 Roma Veranstalter: Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom Datum: 19.05.2016 – 20.05.2016 Url: Kontakt PD Dr. Marc von der Höh … Continue reading

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Oxford Epigraphy Workshop (Trinity 2016)

All meetings start at 1 pm, and are held in the First Floor Seminar Room, Ioannou School, 66 St Giles, Oxford. All are welcome! Monday, May 2: Theodora Jim, ‘Private Dedications to Hellenistic Monarchs’. Monday, May 9: Georgy Kantor, ‘The … Continue reading

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PhD studentship on Early Greek Alphabet, Cambridge

Posted for Philippa Steele: The Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, is pleased to announce a fixed term fully-funded PhD Studentship on the European Research Council funded Project Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS). Further information is … Continue reading

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Eikones Summer School (Basel, Sept 4–9, 2016)

eikones Summer School September 4–9, 2016 Course 1: Iconicity in writing. Practices and constraints Complex writing systems—such as the Egyptian, the Cuneiform, the Anatolian Hieroglyphic, the Chinese or the Mesoamerican ones—display a characteristic iconic quality. To various degrees, their signs … Continue reading

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EpiDoc at Summer School in Digital Humanities (Sep 2016, Hissar, Bulgaria)

The Centre for Excellence in the Humanities to the University of Sofia, Bulgaria, organizes jointly with an international team of lecturers and researchers in the field of Digital Humanities a Summer School in Digital Humanities. The Summer School will take place between … Continue reading

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Inscribing texts in Byzantium (Oxford, March 18-20)

Byzantine Spring Symposium 2016 Exeter College, Oxford In spite of the striking abundance of extant primary material—over 4000 Greek texts produced in the period between the sixth and fifteenth centuries —Byzantine Epigraphy remains largely uncharted territory, with a reputation for … Continue reading

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