Monthly Archives: October 2009

Foreign Epigraphy (Oxford, November 21, 2009)

British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium FOREIGN EPIGRAPHY or “Epigraphy, but not as we know it” & XIII Annual General Meeting Saturday, 21 November 2009, MBI Al Jaber Building, Corpus Christi College, Oxford 10.30 (coffee) – 17.30 (close) Full programme at … Continue reading

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I contesti magici nell’antichità (Roma, November 4-6, 2009)

We receive short notice of an international congress on ancient magic, to be held in Rome next week: Contextos Magicos / Contesti Magici. Full programme is online at the Italian Culture Ministry: announcement.

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Sito Italiano di Epigrafia Greca (SITEG)

Lucia Criscuolo writes from Bologna with an announcement of a new Italian site for news and discussion of Greek epigraphy (, which includes listings of news items and of meetings and colloquia (it is not clear from the website if … Continue reading

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Decoding Pasts, Building Futures (KCL, Oct 23)

You are cordially invited to a triple-decker inaugural lecture at King’s College London: “Decoding Pasts, Building Futures”: Richard Beacham, Professor of Digital Culture Charlotte Roueche, Professor of Late Antique & Byzantine Studies Harold Short, Professor of Digital Humanities Centre for … Continue reading

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– 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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In memoriam Lidio Gasperini

Prof. Lidio Gasperini (Università di Roma II) passed away last Friday after surgical procedure in a Rome hospital. Here is an  early obituary with some details.

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Object, Artefact and Script: digital approaches to inscribed objects

October 8-9, 2009, e-Science Institute, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh Organisers: Gabriel Bodard and Stuart Dunn Programme: The text upon an object is both evidence for and part of its form and therefore its function; just as the construction … Continue reading

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