Current Epigraphy
ISSN: 1754-0909

25 May, 2015

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

Filed under: EAGLE,events — Gabriel Bodard @ 11:28

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 EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy), it is the sixth in a series of international events planned by this European and international consortium with the support of the Department of Classics and Late Antiquity Studies at the University of Bari “Aldo Moro”.

The aim of this initiative is to create a shared space to discuss the issues addressed in digitizing inscriptions characterised by unusual features in comparison to the usual epigraphic habit. We warmly invite all EAGLE network members to attend this event in order to discuss issues and raise questions about encoding inscriptions different from those labelled as standard, starting from archaic times to the Middle Ages and beyond, even in languages other than Greek and Latin.

We intend to address their peculiarities that are due to specific carriers (material supports) and/or executing techniques, or also to graphic shapes, non-alphabetical signs, and generally visual components relating to the epigraphic texts.

During the event, the EAGLE Portal will be officially launched and presented to the public for the first time, together with the EAGLE Storytelling Application. A training session on how to use the EAGLE Storytelling Application will be offered.

Please circulate this information within your network

Thank you and Best Wishes!


Event website: http://www.eagle-network.eu/about/events/sixth-eagle-international-event-2015/

Hashtag: #EAGLE2015Bari

Please ask for any information to:
antonio.felle@uniba.it
anita.rocco@uniba.it
raffaella.santucci@uniroma1.it

21 May, 2015

EAGLE-EpiDoc Workshop 2015 – Bologna

Filed under: EAGLE,EpiDoc,events,training — Alice Bencivenni @ 15:34

 

25-27 maggio 2015

Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna

 Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, sezione di Storia Antica

Sala Celio – piano V – Via Zamboni 38

Pietro Liuzzo (Universität Heidelberg, EAGLE Project, Rodopis)

Alice Bencivenni, Irene Vagionakis (Università di Bologna)

Giuditta Mirizio (Università di Bologna, Universität Heidelberg)

 

 

LUNEDÌ 25 Maggio 2015 (09:00-17:00)

09:00 Introduzione al corso (Alice Bencivenni)

09:30 General introduction to EpiDoc; Introduzione a EpiDoc, TEI e XML (Pietro Liuzzo)

10:30 Intro to XML (Irene Vagionakis)

11:30 The EpiDoc guidelines. I parte: trascrizione del testo (Irene Vagionakis)

12:30 Pranzo

13:30 The EpiDoc guidelines. II parte: indicizzazione (Irene Vagionakis)

14:30 Markup di iscrizioni: esempi completi (Alice Bencivenni)

15.00 How to use Oxygen (Pietro Liuzzo)

16:00 Hands-on work on IGCyr texts

MARTEDÌ 26 Maggio 2015 (09:00-18:00)

9:00 Dai file sorgente al sito: costruiamo un sito di esempio (Pietro Liuzzo)

GIT, FILEZILLA, Altervista.
 An online edition basic structure: HTML and CSS.

Get a basic result online edition from the source: transformations
 XPATH 
XSLT

12:30 Pranzo

14:00 EAGLE: vocabolari LOD, Wikimedia projects (Pietro Liuzzo)

EAGLE BPN and EUROPEANA
 LOD 
Vocabularies management and indexing

Contributing: translations and images of inscriptions in Commons

16:00 PersName and SNAP:DRNG (Gabriel Bodard via Skype)

MERCOLEDÌ 27 Maggio 2015 (09:00-17:00)

9:00 Papyri.info e Leiden+ (Giuditta Mirizio)

11:30 Hands-on work on papyri.info

12:30 Pranzo

13:30 Pelagios 3 (Pau De Soto via Skype)

15:00
 Hands-on work

 

 

8 May, 2015

Humanités numériques : l’exemple de l’Antiquité

Filed under: EpiDoc,events,news,training — Alice Bencivenni @ 16:02

Elena Pierazzo et Isabelle Cogitore sont ravies d’annoncer que le site web du colloque Humanités numériques : l’exemple de l’Antiquité est désormais ouvert. Vous pouvez le visiter au http://dhant.sciencesconf.org. Les inscriptions sont ouvertes aussi: l’inscription est gratuite et obligatoire. Vous pouvez également visionner le riche programme d’ateliers qui sont offerts par la conférence: http://dhant.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/7

4 May, 2015

XLVI Settimana di Studi Aquileiesi

Filed under: events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 21:27

XLVI Settimana di Studi Aquileiesi
L’alimentazione nell’Antichità
Aquileia, 14-16 May 2015

Final programme attached

46 Sett AAAd 2015 web

The BES Spring Meeting 2015

Filed under: BES,events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 21:25

The BES Spring Meeting 2015

Dresden, Residenzschloss of the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden – 9 May 2015

Final programme attached

BES Spring Meeting 2015 Dresden

Summer Workshop on Ancient Greek Graffiti

Filed under: e-seminar,EAGLE,events,training — Tom Elliott @ 17:27

From Rebecca Benefiel:

We are pleased to announce, as part of the Ancient Graffiti Project, a hands-on workshop digitizing ancient Greek graffiti, to take place August 2-7, 2015, hosted at the Center for Hellenic Studies, in Washington DC.

The Ancient Graffiti Project aims to make the first-century AD handwritten inscriptions from ancient Pompeii and Herculaneum accessible to a wide audience, both for scholarly research and for public interest. We held our first field season last summer in Herculaneum. This summer we will expand the project by focusing on digitizing the Greek graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The workshop will provide epigraphic training so that participants can study and analyze ancient Greek graffiti while contributing to multiple digital humanities initiatives including the Epigraphic Database Roma and EAGLE, the Europeana Network of Greek and Latin Epigraphy. Housing and some meals will be provided through generous support of the Center for Hellenic Studies; participants will be responsible for their own travel. We also have available a few spots for virtual participation in the workshop via live video-streaming. The deadline for applications is May 20, 2015.

Visit ancientgraffiti.wlu.edu for more information or to apply.

28 April, 2015

EAGLE – Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy 2st EAGLE International Conference

Filed under: events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 08:43

EAGLE – Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy 2st EAGLE International Conference

We warmly invite you to the event EAGLE 2016 International Conference on Digital and Traditional Epigraphy in Context.

Hosted by EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy), it is the second in a series of international conferences planned by this European and international consortium.

The event will take place in Rome on January 27-29, 2016, and will be organised by EAGLE in collaboration with Sapienza, University of Rome, Heidelberg University and German Archaeological Institute.

The event is intended for anyone interested in epigraphy, digital epigraphy and digital cultural heritage in the Ancient World. It seeks to share with relevant parties the current general best practices for digital editions.

Submissions are invited for papers, panel and posters (with or without demonstrations) featuring high quality and previously unpublished research on the topics described in the call for participation, which is open until September 8th, 2015.

For a detailed programme and other practical info see the Conference website.

Participation in the conference is free of charge but place are limited. Please register here before January 24, 2016.

The language of the conference is English. If you have any further inquiries or require additional information about this event, please contact: francesco.Mambrini@dainst.de, pietro.liuzzo@zaw.uni-heidelberg.de, raffaella.santucci@uniroma1.it

Please circulate this information within your network

Thank you and Best Wishes!

*** *** ***

Conference Web-Page: www.eagle-network.eu/about/events/eagle2016/

Call for Participation: www.eagle-network.eu/about/events/eagle2016/call-for-participation/

Important Dates:

Deadlines: Midnight CEST (Central European Standard Time):

– Deadline for submission:  September 8, 2015

– Notification of acceptance: September 30, 2015

– Final version of paper, posters and panels: October 30, 2015

– Conference: January 27-28-29, 2016

*** *** ***

EAGLE – Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy, will be a new online archive for epigraphy in Europe, co-funded through the ICT – Policy Support Programme  of the European Commission. The EAGLE Best Practice Network is part of Europeana, a multi-lingual online collection of millions of digitised items from European museums, libraries, archives and multi-media collections

 

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24 April, 2015

History and Greek Epigraphy in Turin

Filed under: events,news — Alice Bencivenni @ 11:52

April 28th, 2015, Biblioteca Arturo Graf, via Po 17, Turin

Historical Studies, University of Turin

Il lato oscuro della democrazia ateniese

Progetto di ricerca: Dono, controdono e corruzionecomunità, istituzioni e gruppi sociali di fronte alle culture della reciprocità Seminari 2015

10,00 – 11,00 Daniela Marchiandi (Ricercatore, Università di Torino)

Tracce di malaffare nelle pieghe dell’amministrazione demotica dell’Attica classica

11,00 – 12,00 Claudia Zanaga (Dottoranda, Università di Torino)

L’istituzione arbitrale ateniese: varie sfumature di (il)legalità

Incontri di Epigrafia greca

14,30 – 15,30 Maria Letizia Lazzarini (già Professore Ordinario, Università La Sapienza di Roma)

La consultazione oracolare a Dodona da parte di individui occidentali

15,30 – 16,30 Roberta Fabiani (Università di Perugia)

Una nuova pietra da Iasos: phylai, phylarchoi e il culto di Zeus Patroos

16,30 – 17,30 Daniela Summa (Ricercatrice, Inscriptiones Graecae -Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlino e docente presso la Humboldt Universität)

La diaspora delle iscrizioni di Cipro

16 March, 2015

UPDATE – VI Incontro Instrumenta Inscripta: Le iscrizioni con funzione didascalico-esplicativa – Aquileia 26-28 marzo 2015

Filed under: events,news — FranciscaFeraudi @ 11:14

Please find here the up-to-date and ultimate programe of the

VI Incontro Instrumenta Inscripta meeting at Aquileia, 26-28 March 2015

focussing on

“Le iscrizioni con funzione didascalico-esplicativa. Committente, destinatario, contenuto e descrizione dell’oggetto nell’instrumentum inscriptum

5 March, 2015

BES Spring Meeting – 9 May 2015

Filed under: BES,events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 10:46

The BES Spring Meeting 2015 is scheduled to take place in Dresden on 9 May 2015

Confirmed speakers:

S. Orlandi (Rome): A “new” actor from an “old” inscription.
W. Eck (Köln): Geschriebene Kommunikation: 200 Jahre kaiserliche Politik im Spiegel der Bürgerrechtskonstitutionen.
J.K. Davies (Liverpool): Proxy epigraphy: reaching the private economic places that inscriptions cannot normally reach
K. Hallof (Berlin): Romani intra portas. The Roman community im frühaugusteischen Kos.
M.H. Crawford (UCL): The epigraphy of Latin colonisation.

The meeting will take place in the Hans-Nadler-Saal in the Residenzschloss of the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD).

Call for short reports and posters:

Anyone interested in offering a short report (c. 5-10 minutes) on new finds from the last season, or to present a poster on their doctoral or postdoctoral project, should contact the meeting organiser, Dr Christoph Lundgreen, at their earliest convenience: Christoph.Lundgreen@tu-dresden.de.

The full programme will become available once the short reports and posters have been confirmed.

The meeting is generously supported by: Mommsengesellschaft e.V.; Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden; Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer der Technischen Universität Dresden e.V.

REGISTRATION:

The meeting is free of charge, but anyone interested in participating is asked to register their attendance by 30 April 2015 using the BES registration form.

For information on accommodation in Dresden click here. And for travel tips on how to get to Dresden, click here.

And to find out what’s on at the Opera (and to buy tickets), see the Spielplan of the Semperoper!

 

http://www.britishepigraphysociety.org/bes-spring-meeting.html

Instrumenta inscripta VI. Le iscrizioni con funzione didascalico-esplicativa. Committente, destinatario, contenuto e descrizione dell’oggetto nell’instrumentum inscriptum (Aquileia, 26-28 March 2015)

Filed under: events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 10:42

For details see attached programme:

Instrumenta_inscripta_26-28_marzo_2015

Aquileia 26-28 marzo 2015
La Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Friuli Venezia Giulia, il Dipartimento di Storia e Tutela dei Beni Culturali dell’Università degli Studi di Udine e la Società Friulana di Archeologia organizzano nei giorni dal 26 al 28 marzo 2015, presso il Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Aquileia, il VI incontro della serie dedicata agli Instrumenta inscripta.
L’incontro avrà come tema principale: Le iscrizioni con funzione didascalico-esplicativa. Committente, destinatario, contenuto e descrizione dell’oggetto nell‘instrumentum inscriptum.
Si prevede di articolare l’incontro nel seguente modo:
– Giovedì 26 marzo, ore 15.00-18.00: I sessione: iscrizioni didascaliche ed esplicative – il rapporto tra committente e destinatario;
– Venerdì 27 marzo, ore 9.30-13.00: II sessione: iscrizioni didascaliche ed esplicative – il testo descrittivo: contenuto e descrizione;
 – Venerdì 27 marzo, ore 15.00-18.00: III sessione: iscrizioni didascaliche ed esplicative – indicazioni di peso, dimensioni e valore;
 – Sabato 28 marzo, ore 9.30-13.00: IV sessione: variae.
La partecipazione al convegno prevede una quota d’iscrizione di 80 €, comprensiva di pranzi e cene e di una riduzione sul costo dei pernottamenti. Una lista degli alberghi convenzionati sarà distribuita successivamente ai relatori, unitamente alle modalità d’iscrizione.
Nel corso del convegno saranno organizzate visite al Museo Archeologico Nazionale e al Museo Paleocristiano di Aquileia.

4 March, 2015

The 19th Rencontres Sabéennes: call for papers

Filed under: events,news — Pietro Liuzzo @ 12:31

Posted on behalf of Irene Rossi.

June 18-20, 2015 (Dip. Civiltà e Forme del Sapere, University of Pisa, Italy)

The annual meeting Rencontres Sabéennes, dedicated to the epigraphy, history and archaeology of pre-Islamic South Arabia, will be held this year at

the University of Pisa from Thursday 18 June to Saturday 20 June 2015.

The topic of Rencontres Sabéennes 19 is identity. In line with this, submissions dealing with aspects related to the homogeneity and diversity of the languages and cultures of pre-Islamic South Arabia and its neighbouring civilizations are welcomed. Submission of joint papers, to foster the exploration of the topics from different perspectives (historical, epigraphic, archaeological etc.) is also encouraged.

Besides, Rencontres Sabéennes offers a venue for the presentation of the latest academic researches and the fieldwork projects that are currently underway.

The deadline for the abstract submission via Easychair (preferably in English and not exceeding 300 words) is March 23, 2015 [https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rs19].

Rencontres Sabéennes 19 will be hosted at the Aula Magna of the department of “Filologia, Letteratura e Linguistica” of the University of Pisa, piazza Torricelli 2. For those wishing to attend the conference as an auditor, registration is already open at Eventbrite [https://www.eventbrite.it/e/rencontres-sabeennes-19-registration-15943597730].

Contacts: Alessia Prioletta, Alexia Pavan, Annamaria De Santis

rs19_pisa@cfs.unipi.it

5 February, 2015

2nd North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Filed under: AIEGL,ASGLE,events,news — Nikolaos Papazarkadas @ 21:25

The 2nd North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

January 4-5, 2016 (University of California, Berkeley)

The second North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy will be held on Monday and Tuesday, January 4-5, 2016, at the University of California, Berkeley, under the aegis of the American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (ASGLE), and with support from the Aleshire Center for the Study of Greek Epigraphy, the Departments of Classics and History at UC Berkeley, ASGLE, the Association Internationale d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine (AIEGL), and Brill Publishers.

The congress, to be held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Society for Classical Studies in San Francisco, CA (Wednesday through Saturday, January 6-9, 2016), will include several parallel sessions (at least one of which will be devoted to new texts), two plenary sessions, and two keynote addresses; there will also be space in the program for a poster session. It is our intention to submit the conference proceedings for publication in the series Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy, which published the proceedings of the first congress (http://www.brill.com/products/book/ancient-documents-and-their-contexts).

The congress organizing committee is pleased to invite individual abstracts for the parallel sessions (for papers of 20 minutes) and for the poster session. Abstracts of no more than 1 page should be submitted by email attachment in PDF or Word document form by Friday, March 20, 2015 to the congress email address at NACGLE2016@gmail.com. Please indicate at the end of your abstract whether or not you are willing to submit your paper or poster for inclusion in the published volume. Abstracts will be reviewed by the members of the congress organizing committee, and the results of the review process will be made known to potential participants no later than April 20, 2015.

For further details about the congress, please see the congress webpage at http://classics.case.edu/asgle/second-north-american-congress-of-greek-and-latin-epigraphy/.

28 January, 2015

Epigrafia e politica. Il contributo della documentazione epigrafica allo studio delle dinamiche politiche nel mondo romano

Filed under: events,news — Lorenzo Calvelli @ 08:28

Epigrafia e politica. Il contributo della documentazione epigrafica allo studio delle dinamiche politiche nel mondo romano

Mercoledì 28 gennaio 2015, ore 14.15 – Giovedì 29 gennaio 2015, ore 9.00
Aula 113, Via Festa del Perdono, 7, Milano

Mercoledì 28 gennaio 2015
Ore 14.15
Saluto del Direttore di Dipartimento, Prof. Alfonso D’Agostino
Introduzione – Prof.ssa Simonetta Segenni
Prima sessione
Presiede: Prof. Umberto Laffi (Università di Pisa)
Ore 14.45
Werner Eck (Universität zu Köln):
Comunicare per iscritto: 200 anni di politica imperiale nei testi dei diplomi militari
Ore 15.30
Cesare Letta (Università di Pisa):
Fasti Albenses: progressi e palinodie sui fasti consolari
Ore 16.00
Giuliana Cavalieri Manasse (Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Veneto) e Giovannella Cresci Marrone (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia):
Frammenti di formae dal Capitolium di Verona
Ore 16.30
Coffe Break
Ore 17.00
Alberto Dalla Rosa (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris):
Dei documenti di valore secondario? Il posto delle fonti epigrafiche nella storiografia romana antica
Ore 17.30
Alfredo Buonopane (Università di Verona):
Élites cittadine e lavori pubblici in Italia settentrionale: le testimonianze epigrafiche
Ore 18.00
Michele Bellomo (Università di Milano):
Il contributo delle fonti epigrafiche allo studio della seconda guerra punica: alcuni casi eccezionali

Giovedì 29 gennaio 2015
Seconda Sessione
Presiede: Prof. Cesare Letta (Università di Pisa)
Ore 9.00
Monica Chiabà (Università di Trieste):
Epigrafia e politica dall’Urbe alla provincia. L’iscrizione trionfale di Gaio Sempronio Tuditano (cos. 129 a. C.) da Aquileia
Ore 9.30
Giuseppe Camodeca (Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”):
Le élites cittadine nella Campania romana: potere politico e vicende sociali
Ore 10.00
Claudio Zaccaria (Università di Trieste):
L’uso politico della comunicazione epigrafica nel passaggio dalla Repubblica al Principato
Ore 10.30
Alfredo Valvo (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano):
La politica dopo Augusto
Ore 11.00
Coffee Break
Ore 11.30
Francesca Cenerini (Università di Bologna):
Donne e “politica” alla luce della documentazione epigrafica
Ore 12.00
Gian Luca Gregori – Gianmarco Bianchini (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”):
Caligola “principe ottimo”. Aspetti della propaganda politica nel primo secolo dopo Cristo
Ore 12.30
Antonio Sartori (Università di Milano):
Epigrafia politica, politica dell’Epigrafia
Ore 13.00
Conclusioni

Programma_def

19 January, 2015

XXIème Rencontre franco-italienne sur l’épigraphie du monde romain. Campobasso, September 24-26, 2015

Filed under: events,news — Alice Bencivenni @ 14:30

XXIème Rencontre franco-italienne sur l’épigraphie du monde romain:

Evoluzione dell’organizzazione istituzionale cittadina in Italia e nelle province occidentali: dalla tarda-Repubblica all’epoca severiana.

 

Campobasso (Italy), September 24-26, 2015

(provisional programme to be published next March)

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