Author Archives: Charlotte Tupman

Conference announcement: ‘Las Cupae Hispanas’, Uncastillo, Zaragoza

The Fundación Uncastillo and UNED Tudela have announced the first colloquium on the archaeology and ancient history of Los Bañales: ‘Las Cupae Hispanas: Origen, Difusión, Uso, Tipologia’, which will be held from 16-18 April 2010 at Uncastillo (Zaragoza). This colloquium … Continue reading

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Robin Osborne, ‘The letter: a diplomatic history’ (London, January 28th)

(Paper given at the Ancient History Seminar, London, January 28th, 2010. Brief report by Charlotte Tupman.) The letter: a diplomatic history Robin Osborne Osborne began his paper by explaining that his main focus would be upon examining structural points in … Continue reading

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Matthew Canepa, ‘Inscriptions, Landscape, and the Built Environment in the Eastern Mediterranean and Iran in Late Antiquity’ (Oxford, November 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium, November 21st, 2009, Oxford. Report by Emma Rix. ‘Inscriptions, Landscape, and the Built Environment in the Eastern Mediterranean and Iran in Late Antiquity’ (Oxford, November 2009) Matthew Canepa, Oxford, November 21 In … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Frood, ‘Claiming Space and Memory: the Development of Priestly Inscriptional Practices in Late New Kingdom Egypt (ca. 1190-715 BC)’ (Oxford, November 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Autumn Colloquium, November 21st, 2009, Oxford. Report by Charlotte Tupman. Claiming Space and Memory: the Development of Priestly Inscriptional Practices in Late New Kingdom Egypt (ca. 1190-715 BC) Elizabeth Frood, Oxford, November 21 … Continue reading

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Practical Epigraphy Workshop 2010

22-24th June 2010, Great North Museum, Newcastle A Practical Epigraphy Workshop is taking place for those who are interested in developing hands-on skills in working with epigraphic material. The workshop is aimed at graduate students, but other interested parties are … Continue reading

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A. Chaniotis, ‘From Woman to Woman: Female Voices in Dedicatory Inscriptions’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

Paper delivered at the British Epigraphy Society Spring Colloquium, May 2nd, 2009, Oxford. The third paper of the Spring Colloquium was an exploration of female voices and emotions in sanctuaries. Chaniotis began by examining the literary evidence for typical female … Continue reading

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Enhancing and Exploring Epigraphic and Archaeological Data through e-Science

The organizers would like to bring to the attention of interested colleagues this upcoming event dedicated to the digital publication of a new corpus of Ancient Inscriptions from the Northern Coast of Black Sea (IOSPE = Inscriptiones Orae Septentrionalis Ponti … Continue reading

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Colloquium in honour of Emil Hübner

Tiempo de Historia reports today, unfortunately at very short notice, that there will be a Colloquium on 19th and 20th November 2008 in Madrid in honour of the 175th anniversary of the birth of the epigrapher Emil Hübner.  Hübner was, … Continue reading

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Bulletin épigraphique 1987-2001 reprinted in four volumes

Denis Rousset has drawn our attention to the republication of 15 issues of Bulletin épigraphique 1987-2001 in four volumes: Je vous signale la parution en 4 volumes aux éditions Les Belles Lettres de la réimpression des 15 livraisons du Bulletin … Continue reading

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Mérida, 13-15th December 2007: Coloquio internacional sobre ciudad y foro en la Lusitania romana

Tiempo de Historia reports that the Museo Nacional de Arte Romano in Mérida (formerly Augusta Emerita, provincial capital of Lusitania) will host a conference on City and Forum in Roman Lusitania. The programme includes papers with epigraphic content. Full programme … Continue reading

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New numismatics publications from Moneta

Georges Depeyrot writes to inform us of new volumes in the Moneta series: In 2006, Moneta published 11 volumes (2714 pages, 37 plates of drawings and 138 plates of photos). This year, Moneta published 10 volumes (2880 pages, 26 plates … Continue reading

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Missing Dreros Inscription: Help Sought

Via the Classicists list: Please find below a request from Professor John Keane for help to find the early constitutional law of Dreros (Meiggs and Lewis 1969, no. 2), which appears to have gone missing. Professor Keane is a research … Continue reading

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