We’re very happy to announce that thanks to the kindness of the Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, the Current Epigraphy site has a new home, a working blog, and our unannounced hiatus of the last two and a half months is over.
Many thanks to Digital Humanities at King’s College London, who hosted the CurE site for over ten years as a service to the epigraphic community, and to the Institute of Classical Studies for taking over this role going forward. This migration has been in the works for a few months, but unfortunately the server on which the old site was hosted was taken down just before the transfer was due to happen, meaning that the database could not be copied until the problem was fixed.
But the site is back—and we welcome any announcements of epigraphic events, discoveries, publications or news, as well as more detailed discussion papers or problems, pre-prints, virtual seminars, or other items. Please get in touch.