Author Archives: Gabriel Bodard

Digital Approaches to Post-Byzantine Inscriptions (Dec 4–7, 2023, Köln)

Call for applications International Workshop “Digital Approaches to Post-Byzantine Inscriptions” December 4th – 7th, 2023 | University of Cologne (and online) The Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies of the University of Cologne invites applications for the International Workshop … Continue reading

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CFP: Collecting Antiquities (Warwick, May 11 2024)

CALL for PAPERS BRITISH EPIGRAPHY SOCIETY  –  SPRING MEETING Held in conjunction with the Humanities Research Centre , University of Warwick Saturday 11th May 2024, University of Warwick (Coventry) We are delighted that the upcoming BES Spring Meeting will be held … Continue reading

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The Cutting Edge: epigraphy seminars (London)

The Cutting Edge: discussions in epigraphy Convenors: Abigail Graham & Gabriel Bodard Venue: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London The Cutting Edge is an informal series of dynamic seminars and hands-on training sessions to introduce the challenges and benefits … Continue reading

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Eulimene editions and journal now open access

Recent news of a now 100% 🔓OA publisher of epigraphic and other editions: We are pleased to announce that EULIMENE SERIES of Independent Publications has a new homepage and that henceforth it will be freely accessible (Open Access). Αll the … Continue reading

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North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Chicago, January 8-9, 2024

Fourth North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (NACGLE IV) University of Chicago, January 8-9, 2024 Epigraphy and Public Life in the Graeco-Roman World The Fourth North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (NACGLE IV) will be held at the University … Continue reading

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EpiDoc Workshop, London, April 25–26, 2023

EpiDoc Workshop: Training in digital epigraphy and papyrology Date: April 25–26, 2023 (starting 11:00 Tuesday; finishing 16:00 Wednesday) Venue: Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House, University of London Cost: £40/ £20 unwaged and unfunded Tutors: Gabriel Bodard & Simona Stoyanova … Continue reading

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Libyan Epigraphy Research Network

https://libyanepigraphy.org/ Launched at the start of the academic year 2022–23, the Libyan Epigraphy Research Network, chaired by Dr Caroline Barron (Durham University) and Dr Gabriel Bodard (University of London) will promote discussion and collaboration between scholars and other researchers with … Continue reading

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Digital Epigraphy in 2022: A Report from the Scoping Survey of the FAIR Epigraphy Project

Dear fellow epigraphers,we are excited to share the results of a survey circulated on behalf of FAIR Epigraphy earlier this year! We have just published the report “Digital Epigraphy in 2022: A Report from the Scoping Survey of the FAIR … Continue reading

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Inscriptions of Libya: An International Workshop (April 5, 2022)

An online workshop organised by the Institute of Classical Studies, and the Society for Libyan Studies, to mark the online publication of the Greek and Latin inscriptions of Libya (InsLib). The last few years have seen the publication online, and … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities + EpiDoc workshop, Cyprus 23–27, 2022

Call for participants: Digital Humanities Introductory Workshop The Departments of Classics and Philosophy and History and Archaeology, University of Cyprus (UCY), invite participants to join a 5-day Digital Humanities Introductory Workshop, to take place between 23-27 May 2022 at the University of … Continue reading

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Funerary inscription from Pompeii

A story that’s made a few papers this morning (e.g. The Guardian) about a startlingly intact body in a tomb at the Porta di Sarno in Pompeii, includes reference to the inscription and important new information it gives us about … Continue reading

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Regional Epigraphic Cultures Across the Ancient Wider Mediterranean (May 11, 2021)

Forwarded for Ilaria Bultrighini and Irene Salvo We would like to invite you to the next Epigraphic Conversation hosted by the British Epigraphy Society on ‘Regional Epigraphic Cultures Across the Ancient Wider Mediterranean’ (http://www.britishepigraphysociety.org/epigraphic-conversations.html). The Conversation will take place on Tuesday, … Continue reading

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