Monthly Archives: November 2017

CfP “Manes adite paterni!” Family Spirits in the Greco-Roman World

CALL FOR PROPOSALS The research group LITTERA of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with the Department of Classical Philology of the University of Heidelberg is calling for proposals for the international conference “Manes adite paterni!” Family Spirits in the … Continue reading

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Further information on the new “Epigrafia ostiense” book

Epigrafia Ostiense – Warning for subscribers • The pre-order of 70 € includes shipping charges for Italy only. • Shipping charges outside of Italy are not included and vary according to the country. • Before making your bank transfer, please … Continue reading

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Call for papers: Graphic Display. Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, San Diego, CA, January 3-6, 2019 Paula Perlman and Cristina Carusi (The University of Texas at Austin), organizers A growing number of digitized photographs and squeezes of inscribed and painted Greek and … Continue reading

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Epigraphy in China – Buddhist Stone Sutras (Claudia Wenzel, Heidelberg)

Epigraphy in China – Buddhist Stone Sutras on Cliffs and in Caves by Claudia Wenzel, Heidelberg

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New book announcement

Fausto Zevi et alii, Epigrafia ostiense dopo il CIL. 2.000 iscrizioni funerarie, Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, Venice, forthcoming in February 2018. Until 31 January 2018 individuals and institutions can preorder a copy of the book at 50% of the cover price. … Continue reading

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New Voices in Epigraphy Graduate Conference, Oxford, April 2018

Call for Papers: ‘New Voices in Epigraphy’ Graduate Conference 12-13 April 2018 Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford Keynote Speaker: Charlotte Roueché Concluding Remarks: Riet van Bremen We invite Masters and Doctoral students working on or with Greek and/or Latin … Continue reading

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