Author Archives: Eleonora Santin

Epigraphic poetry: a great new discovery

Christian Marek did a very great discovery! See the article published on the University of Zurich website. He found in Milas a stele bearing 124 lines (trochaic tetrameters) and he dates it from the IV century BC. It seems … Continue reading

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Greek and Latin Epigraphy in the Near East (Jordan, Lebanon, Syria): International Symposium – Lyon – February 20th and 21st, 2015

International Symposium in Lyon February 20th and 21st, 2015 Organized by Pierre-Louis Gatier, Julien Aliquot, Jean-Baptiste Yon CNRS, UMR 5189 HiSoMA, Lyon In Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, Greek and Latin epigraphy have experienced a significant development in recent years. Between … Continue reading

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EAGLE 2014 International Conference: The inscription between text and object

What is an inscription? There are different ways to consider what an inscription is: Signifiers on a physical support [linguistic perspective] An artifact bearing text [archeological perspective] A text carved or painted on a durable material to be posted [historical-literary … Continue reading

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