Attic Epigraphy Workshop

On October 19-21, 2018, the Greek Epigraphic Society and the Epigraphical Museum will hold an Attic Epigraphy Workshop in honor of Leslie Threatte:

Attic Fourth Century Laws and Decrees and the Attic Orators

FRIDAY (October 19)

17.00-17.15: Introduction by the organizers
17.15–17.30: Welcome from the Director of the Epigraphical Museum
17.30–18.00: Tribute to Leslie Threatte

18.00-18.30: P. J. Rhodes, The Areopagus and tyranny
18.40-19.10: Enrica Culasso, Lemnos and the Attic orators:
The epigraphic evidence


SATURDAY (October 20)

9.30-10.00: R. Osborne, The oratory behind the law: the rhetorical case for epigraphic laws
10.10-10.40: G. Oliver, Report on IG II(3) 1, fascicle 3
10.50-11.20: A. P. Matthaiou, Report on IG II(3) 1, fascicle 1
11.30-12.00 BREAK

12.00-12.30: M. Canevaro, Nomothesia and financial administration: the problems of normative formalisation in fourth-century Athens
12.40-13.10: R. K. Pitt, The building law of Brauron and state construction projects in the fourth century B.C.
13.20-13.50: M. B. Richardson, The law of Epikrates (Agora I 7495) and Attic topography
14.00-17.00: BREAK

17.00-17.30: J. Kroll, The treatment of ‘a foreign coin having the same stamp as the Attic’, as specified in Nikophon’s law of 375/4 (R&O 25), lines 9-10
17.40-18.10: E. Cohen, Unpublished Agora Inscription I 7495: economic implications of the possible reminting of Athenian silver coinage in 353
18.20-18.50: BREAK

18.50-19.20: A. Scafuro, Decrees in inscribed texts: the naval records
19.30-20.00: J. Sickinger, Inscribed documents in the Attic orators


SUNDAY (October 20)

9.30-10.00: P. Liddel, Athenian decrees of the period 403/2-322/1: literary perspectives
10.10-10.40: L. Rubinstein, Hypereides Against Demades and the motivation clauses in Athenian honorific decrees 352/1-322/1
10.50-11.20: N. Papazarkadas, “So that all the Greeks may know…”: a new citizenship decree from fourth-century Athens
11.30-12.00 BREAK

12.00-12.30: G. Oliver, Athenian decrees, orators, and the city’s international relations in the late fourth century B.C.
12.40-13.10: S. D. Lambert, Two decree fragments in the British Museum destined for IG II(3) 1, fasc. 1
13.20-13.50: A. P. Matthaiou, Two Athenian decrees revisited: IG II(2) 126 & IG II(2) 20

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