Category Archives: state of the scholarship

Manuscripts from the margins: How to edit a forgery. International Conference: 20–22 September 2018, Macquarie University, Sydney

The how and why of editing forgeries is a largely inarticulated domain. Whilst forgeries are ubiquitous in collections everywhere, they remain understudied and unappreciated. Efforts have concentrated on the identification of tell-tale signs of duplicity rather than on the mechanics … Continue reading

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Mycenaean epigraphy (Maurizio Del Freo, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)

World Epigraphy State of the Art : “Mycenaean epigraphy” by (Maurizio Del Freo, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)

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Ancient South Arabian epigraphy (Alessandra Avanzini, University of Pisa)

World Epigraphy State of the Art : “Ancient South Arabian epigraphy” by Alessandra Avanzini (University of Pisa)

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Epigraphy in China – Buddhist Stone Sutras (Claudia Wenzel, Heidelberg)

Epigraphy in China – Buddhist Stone Sutras on Cliffs and in Caves by Claudia Wenzel, Heidelberg

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Assyriology – Cuneiform texts and culture (Stefan Jakob, Heidelberg)

Assyriology – Cuneiform texts and culture by Stefan Jakob, Heidelberg

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Medieval and Modern Epigraphy: Epigraphisches Forschungs- und Dokumentationszentrum München

(posted on behalf of Franz-Albrecht Bornschlegel) Read more about Medieval and Modern Epigraphy its ‘state of art‘, and the related Internet service Epigraphisches Forschungs- und Dokumentationszentrum München

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