Monthly Archives: June 2021

Online Workshop: Manuscripts at the Service of Epigraphy: Master Copies, Templates, and Other Exemplars in the Production of Pre-Modern Inscriptions (29 June)

Posted on behalf of Dr. Ondřej Škrabal (石安瑞), University of Hamburg, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures We would like to invite you to the on-line workshop “Manuscripts at the Service of Epigraphy: Master Copies, Templates, and Other Exemplars … Continue reading

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Karl-Christ-Prize

Klaus Hallof (Inscriptiones Graecae – BBAW) is the winner of the prestigious “Karl-Christ” prize for ancient history. “Klaus Hallof ist ein brillanter Epigraphiker, der sein ganzes Forscherleben dem griechischen Inschriftenwerk der Berliner Akademie, den Inscriptiones Graecae, gewidmet hat… er hat … Continue reading

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New resource: What a Dog Called Margarita Can Teach Us about Ancient Rome

The way in which inscriptions, especially verse inscriptions, are commonly presented and utilised in many museums and collections, but also e. g. in school and university curricula, leaves a lot of their potential unexplored. Interaction and engagement with such texts, … Continue reading

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