Author Archives: Gabriel Bodard

Honouring Joyce Reynolds (Cambridge, Sept 28, 2013)

A one-day conference in honour of Joyce Reynolds and celebrating the essential role of epigraphy in the ancient historical disciplines as a whole. (It would be nice to celebrate also Joyce’s central role in innovative and digital publication of epigraphy … Continue reading

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Position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Facilitating Access to Latin Inscriptions, Oxford

Posted for Alison Cooley: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Facilitating Access to Latin Inscriptions) Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’, Oxford Grade 7: £31,331 p.a. The ‘Facilitating Access to Latin Inscriptions in Britain’s Oldest Public Museum through Scholarship and Technology’ project is seeking … Continue reading

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BES Spring meeting, Vienna, Saturday May 4, 2013

Forwarded for the British Epigraphy Society: Spring Meeting of the British Epigraphy Society “Epigraphy and Religion” Saturday, 4 May 2013 Small Ceremonial Chamber (Kleiner Festsaal) University of Vienna Universitätsring 1 1010 Vienna bes.univie.ac.at See attached poster and programme.

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Epigraphic Saturday: Cambridge, May 18, 2013

From the BES calendar: Joyce Reynolds will host another Epigraphic Saturday in Cambridge on May 18. The day will follow a different format to previous ones: as many of you will know, Joyce is currently working on an on-line corpus … Continue reading

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Civic Honours, Tours, April 6, 2013

CIVIC HONOURS – LES HONNEURS CIVIQUES The politics of honour in the Greek cities of Roman Imperial times (http://www.honneurs-civiques.org/en/) invites you to a workshop in Tours on 6 April 2013 The collective research project “Civic honours” is concerned with the … Continue reading

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PhD Studentship in Latin Epigraphy (Warwick)

Posted for Alison Cooley: AHRC Research Project ‘Facilitating Access to Latin inscriptions in Britain’s oldest public museum through scholarship and technology’ Dept of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/postgrads/epigraphy/ahrcproject Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship (Home/EU … Continue reading

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Two epigraphic fellowships/travel awards

With a hat-tip to the BES newsletter, two fast approaching deadlines: 1. The DAI (Deutsche Archäologische Institut) has two bursaries available, one for travel and one for a research visit to the archaeological library in Munich (next deadline January 15th, … Continue reading

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Attic Inscriptions Online (in translation)

Sent by Finlay McCourt to the Digital Classicist list: List members may be interested in a new website designed to make available the inscriptions of Athens and Attica in English translation: www.atticinscriptions.com It is being launched with translations of the … Continue reading

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RATIARIA Field school 2013

Applications for attendance at the 2013 Ratiaria field school in Bulgaria close on November 30, 2012. Students will participate in the dig and have the opportunity to study Latin epigraphy on-site. From the introduction: In 2013 the archaeological digs will … Continue reading

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BES travel bursaries

Information on applying for bursaries for the November 2012 British Epigraphy Society colloquium. Applications from students especially encouraged! The BES regularly announces bursary schemes for students and post-docs to help with attendance at our own activities or those of other … Continue reading

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New online publication: MAMA XI

Please find attached a flyer advertising the online publication of a new corpus of Greek and Latin inscriptions, Monumenta Asiae Minoris Antiqua XI: Monuments from Phrygia and Lykaonia. MAMA XI is a corpus of 387 inscriptions and other ancient monuments, 292 of which … Continue reading

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Associations in Context, Copenhagen, October 11-13, 2012

ASSOCIATIONS IN CONTEXT The importance of religion for understanding ancient associations has long been recognised, and many monographs have focused specifically on cult or religious associations. The aim of this symposium is to go beyond so-called religious associations and assess … Continue reading

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Instrumenta Inscripta V (Verona, Sept 20-21, 2012)

INSTRVMENTA INSCRIPTA V Signacula ex aere Aspetti epigrafici, archeologici, giuridici, prosopografici, collezionistici Convegno Internazionale Università degli Studi di Verona Polo Zanotto Aula 1.1 Segreteria: Silvia Braito: instrumentainscriptav.segret@gmail.com (Full details including programme: Depliant_convegno instrumentainscripta V)

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Pavement Signs Typology

A typology for recording pavement signs. Pavement Signs Typology (PDF) Over many years Charlotte Roueché has been collecting examples of pavement markings, particularly at Aphrodisias and Ephesus: these have conventionally been described as gameboards, although only some of them were … Continue reading

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Blogging CIEGL 2012: invitation

As in previous years, Current Epigraphy will be posting reports on the papers delivered at the Berlin Epigraphic Congress next week. Watch this space, and the CIEGL category, for frequent updates. If you are interested in contributing to this reportage, … Continue reading

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