The theme for the Colloquium is “Inscribed Laws” and the event will be held in Strand Campus Room 2C at King’s College, London (directions to follow). The programme for the Autumn Colloquium is as follows:
10.30: Coffee & Registration
11.00: Charlotte Tupman (KCL), “Protecting the dead? Inscribed evidence for illegal behaviour at the Roman grave”.
11.45: Benet Salway (UCL), “Form and function in Roman legal texts”.
13.45: Short Reports
[14.30: Annual General Meeting of the British Epigraphy Society]
15.45: Mathieu Carbon (Oxford), “Sacred Laws and Women’s Festivals: Some Perspectives from Mylasa to Aristophanes”.
Registration fees for the day are two pounds for members of AIEGL or the BES, and seven pounds for non-members. A sandwich lunch may be booked for three pounds by writing BEFORE 19 November to email@example.com (please specify any special dietary requirements).
Further details of the programme, and offers of short reports may be sent to Dr. Charlotte Tupman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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