Oxford Epigraphy Workshop (Trinity 2016)

All meetings start at 1 pm, and are held in the First Floor Seminar Room, Ioannou School, 66 St Giles, Oxford. All are welcome!

Monday, May 2: Theodora Jim, ‘Private Dedications to Hellenistic Monarchs’.

Monday, May 9: Georgy Kantor, ‘The New Municipal Law from Troesmis’.

Monday, May 16: Stephen Lambert, ‘Attic Inscriptions Online’.

Monday, May 23: Gregory Crane, ‘How to help epigraphic data play a wider role in the study of the ancient world’.

Monday June 6: Nathan Badoud, ‘Some unpublished inscriptions found on Rhodes by the Swedish explorer Johan Hedenborg (1786-1865)’.

Monday, June 13 : John Wilkes, ‘Syrian migrants in the Roman Balkans; late memorials from Odessos, Salona and other places’.

(Full programme online.)

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