Practical Epigraphy Workshop 2024 Cirencester

Practical Epigraphy Workshop 2024: Corinium Museum, Cirencester, 18-20 June

With the help of expert guidance, participants will gain direct experience of the practical elements of how to record and study inscriptions in museums or in the field (the making of squeezes; imaging and measuring inscribed stones; and the production of transcriptions, translations and commentaries).  The workshop is aimed primarily at undergraduates who will be entering their third and / or final year of study next September and at graduates in any year, though we will consider applications from others who wish to develop hands-on skills in working with epigraphic material (those in full-time permanent employment may be asked to meet the full cost of participation: please ask for details).  The workshop is open to those with or without previous epigraphic training and participants may choose to work on texts in either Latin or Greek.  The course fee for student participants will be £120 for this three-day event including accommodation on Tuesday and Wednesday nights for those not based in Oxford and food for all participants from lunch on Tuesday to lunch on Thursday.

Closing date for applications and receipt of references: 12.00 on Friday 16 February 2024

Further information is available here:

and the Application Form here:

Please direct all enquiries to Peter Haarer (see Application Form for address)

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