The Epigraphy of the Aegean Islands: Studying Greek Inscriptions on Paros

Epigraphy of the Aegean Islands

(Paros and Athens, Epigraphical Museum; June 20 – July 2, 2022)

This course aims at introducing the participants to the study of Greek inscriptions from the Archaic Period to the Roman times with an emphasis on the inscriptions of the Aegean Islands. Students will have the opportunity to become familiar with the nature of epigraphic documents, will be introduced to the expertise required in the field of Greek epigraphy and will understand how inscriptions are invaluable documents for the knowledge of Ancient History.

Head academic instructor:  Dr. A. P. Matthaiou (Greek Epigraphic Society)

Instructors:

Dr. Athanasios Themos (Director of the Epigraphical Museum)

Elena Zavvou (Head Curator of the Epigraphical Museum)

Dr. Georgia Malouchou (Archaeological Society of Athens / Greek Epigraphic Society)                  

Dr. Zozi Papadopoulou (Head Curator of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades)

Prof. Patrice Hamon (Sorbonne Université)

Prof. Scarlett Kingsley (Agnes Scott College)

Prof. Graham Oliver (Brown University)

Prof. Nikolaos Papazarkadas (UC Berkeley)

Prof. Adele Scafuro (Brown University)

Dr. Andronike Makres (HERC)

For more info, visit the program’s webpage (https://www.herc.gr/the-epigraphy-of-the-aegean-islands-paros) or email info@herc.org.gr

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