Current Epigraphy reports news and events in (especially Greek and Latin) epigraphy.

CurE publishes workshop and conference announcements, notices of discoveries, publications and reviews, project reports, descriptive links to digital epigraphic projects, and occasional pre-publication previews of new epigraphic material and other short articles.


Associate editors

Former editors

  • Camilla Campedelli (AIEGL) (2021–2023)
  • Mathieu Carbon (2009–2014)
  • Patrice Faure (SFER) (2014–2016)
  • Pietro Liuzzo (2014–2019)
  • Julia Lougovaya (2007–2016)
  • Paschalis Paschidis (2009-2014)
  • Anita Rocco (IDEA) (2017–2019)
  • Charlotte Roueché (BES) (2021-2022)
  • Nicolas Tran (SFER) (2017–2019)


Anyone with an academic interest in Greek, Latin or other ancient epigraphy who might have news to post, however occasional, is welcome to apply to become an author of the CurE news site; contact any of the editors above for details. If you have only a one-off piece of news, you are also welcome to send it directly to any of the editors.

We owe our inspiration partly to the former What’s New in Papyrology blog run by Gregg Schwendner. One of our goals is to provide a similar service to the epigraphic community, but to do so in a collaborative way that invites contribution from a wide group of scholars and practitioners.

Monitoring Current Epigraphy

Readers may learn of updates to CurE either:

  1. via web feeds (RSS 2.0, RSS 0.92 or Atom 0.3) which can alert users of feed reader software to blog updates;
  2. by subscribing to updates via email using a feed service such as Blogtrottr.

Citing Current Epigraphy:

To cite the entire publication in the manner of the Chicago Manual of Style, use the following format:

  • Current Epigraphy. London: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, 2007–. http://currentepigraphy.org. ISSN 1754-0909 (Online).

To cite a single article (post) in CurE, use the following format:

To cite a comment on an article (post) in CurE, use the following format: