Epigraphy and the Greek Historian (London, Spring 2010)


Institute for Classical Studies
Ancient History Seminar

Thursdays at 4.30 pm
G 22/26 South Block, Senate House
Spring term 2010
Organiser: Christy Constantakopoulou (Birkbeck)

14 January Graham Oliver (Liverpool) Destroying inscriptions: the authorised and unauthorised removal of inscribed documents in the Greek world

21 January Angelos Chaniotis (Oxford) Moving stones: the study of emotions in Greek inscriptions

28 January Robin Osborne (Cambridge) The letter: a diplomatic history

4 February Riet van Bremen (UCL) A Hellenistic list of donors (?) and some other puzzling lists

11 February Irene Polinskaya (KCL) A new corpus of ancient inscriptions from the northern Black Sea

25 February Stephen Lambert (Cardiff) Priests and priestesses in Athenian honorific decrees

4 March Polly Low (Manchester) Constructing lives from stone: inscriptions and biographical traditions

11 March Claire Taylor (Trinity College, Dublin) Graffiti or inscriptions? Some problems from Attica


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3 Responses to Epigraphy and the Greek Historian (London, Spring 2010)

  1. A bunch of London-based epigraphers are planning to write short blog-reports on this series. If you are planning to attend, and would like to volunteer to join in this effort, please leave a comment here or drop me a note privately.

  2. Pingback: Current Epigraphy » Graham Oliver, Destroying Inscriptions (London, Jan 14)

  3. Pingback: Current Epigraphy » Robin Osborne, ‘The letter: a diplomatic history’ (London, January 28th)

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