Held by Joyce Reynolds at the Faculty of Classics in Cambridge, Saturday 18 May 2013.
11.00 Joyce Reynolds will present a number of problematic inscriptions from Cyrenaica, notably a document of 67 BC which appears to talk of some kind of Roman provincial census, a mid-first century BC inscription dealing with civic honours, and a group of Jewish inscriptions involving the or an amphitheatre.
14.15 Four short papers:
Irina Levinskaya, ‘A new inscription from the Black Sea’
Margaret Williams, ‘The Jewish inscriptions of Hierapolis’
Michael Crawford, ‘The Emperor Tiberius and the epigraphy of Umbria’
Benet Salway, ‘The fate of the Roman milestone in late antiquity’
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