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About PaulIversen

Assistant Professor of Classics at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

CFP – ASGLE APA Panel, January 8-11, 2015 New Orleans, Louisiana, Deadline Feb. 1, 2014

2015 ASGLE APA Panel January 8-11, 2015, New Orleans, LA Inscriptions and Literary Sources Organized by Paul A. Iversen. Polybios (12.10.4-12.11.2), in an extended critique of Timaios of Tauromenion, tells us that the Sicilian historian was famous for consulting inscriptions … Continue reading

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Call For Papers: ASGLE 2012 APA Panel, 5-8 January, Philadelphia, PA

Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interaction in the Greco-Roman World Organized by Nora Dimitrova, Stephen V. Tracy and Paul Iversen Bilingual inscriptions are among the most exciting archaeological discoveries in the complex crossroads of civilizations and ethnicities that constituted the Greco-Roman … Continue reading

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ASGLE/AIEGL First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

The Final Program of the First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy in San Antonio, TX on January 5, 2011 is set. For a copy of the program and information about registration, deadlines, membership, etc., see: http://www.case.edu/artsci/clsc/asgle/congress.html

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CFP: ASGLE First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

This is just a reminder that abstracts for ASGLE’s First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy are due on June 15, 2010. For submission directions and guidelines, see here.

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ASGLE First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

CALL FOR PAPERS ASGLE FIRST NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS OF GREEK AND LATIN EPIGRAPHY 5 January 2011, San Antonio, Texas The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (ASGLE) invites abstracts for the First North American Epigraphical Congress, to be held on January … Continue reading

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Stamp Query

I’ve received the above picture of a stamp with the following query: When I was on a trip to Petra, Jordan, I happened to find an object that looks like a lead (bronze?) stamp. It bears an inscription in letters … Continue reading

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ASGLE News

– The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (ASGLE) will sponsor the First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy on 5 January 2011 in San Antonio, TX one day before the annual APA/AIA meetings. At our annual … Continue reading

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Upcoming ASGLE Events

Dear All,  There are several upcoming ASGLE events: -ASGLE Annual Business Meeting at the APA/AIA Meetings (Philadelphia, PA),  Friday, January 9, 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Room 413 of the Loews hotel (across the street from the Marriott).  All are welcome to … Continue reading

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ASGLE News

Here is the latest news from the American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy: – CALL FOR PAPERS, 2010 ASGLE Joint APA/AIA Panel, Orange County (Anaheim), CA January 6-9, 2010 (Wed. – Sat.) Greek and Latin Inscriptions: New Discoveries, organizers: … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth IX

This will be the ninth and final installment of our summer-long “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” The other eight posts may be found by following the links backwards from here. I want to thank all of you … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth VIII

This is post VIII on our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” The seven previous posts may be found by following the links from here. This installment features three joining fragments of a finely prepared revetment of white … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth VII

This is posting VII of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” The previous six may be found by following the links from here. This post features three fragments of grayish marble all broken on the backside, two … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth VI

This is installment VI of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” For the previous five postings, follow the links from here. In this post we have two joining fragments of bluish-gray marble (photos are here and here) … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth V

This is the fifth installment of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth.” Links to the first four posts may be found here. This post features a fragment of nicely finished white-veined, bluish-grey marble preserving the right side … Continue reading

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Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth IV

This is the fourth installment of our “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth” (for the previous three posts, see: Seminar I; Seminar II; and Seminar III). This post features a grayish fragment of marble with the left edge … Continue reading

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