This coming Saturday, February 16th, 2008, Joyce Reynolds is organising an epigraphic seminar at the Faculty of Classics, Cambridge, starting at 1030 sharp.
Werner Eck: New perspectives on Hadrian and the Bar Kochba revolt
Leonardo de Arrizabalaga y Prado: a brief report on inscriptions from the reign of Elagabalus
Henrik Mouritsen: Quantifying Roman manumission using epigraphic evidence
Thomas Corsten: Work in progress: some inscriptions from Kibyra and Olbasa
Dorothy Thompson: Not Alexander: an inscription from Hello
Michael Crawford: Language, geography, and economy in early Italy
All welcome. Contact Joyce Reynolds via Newnham College for more information.
The Saturday was a very successful day (as Joyce Reynolds’ events always are). A handful of people have agreed to post summaries of most of the papers, so we should be seeing them appearing over the next couple of days.
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