Author Archives: Pietro Liuzzo

New Translations on Attic Inscriptions Online

Posted on behalf of Stephen Lambert A new batch of 130 + translations of Attic inscriptions has been published on Attic Inscriptions Online. Updates include: 29 new translations of major 5th-century BC inscriptions, or notes added or expanded: IG I3 9, … Continue reading

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CfP extended: 2nd EAGLE International Conference – ROME January 2016

EAGLE – Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy 2nd EAGLE International Conference  – Rome CfP deadline extended to 27 September 2015! We warmly invite you to the event EAGLE 2016 International Conference on Digital and Traditional Epigraphy in Context. … Continue reading

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Book releases, with contributions on Near Eastern epigraphy

Posted on behalf of Irene Rossi. A Pioneer of Arabia. Studies in the Archaeology and Epigraphy of the Levant and the Arabian Peninsula, in Honor of Moawiyah Ibrahim, edited by Zeidan Kafafi & Mohamed Maraqten. ROSAPAT 10. Rome « La … Continue reading

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International conference 19th Rencontres Sabéennes

Posted on behalf of Irene Rossi Thursday 18 June to Saturday 20 June 2015 – University of Pisa, piazza Torricelli 2 The conference will host papers on the epigraphy of Ancient South Arabia, on projects of digitization of inscriptions and … Continue reading

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Arabian Epigraphic Notes

Posted on behalf of Irene Rossi. The Leiden Center for the Study of Ancient Arabia (LeiCenSAA) announces a new open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the epigraphy of Arabia and its cultural and linguistic context: Arabian Epigraphic Notes (AEN, www.arabianepigraphicnotes.org).  Arabian Epigraphic Notes is … Continue reading

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The 19th Rencontres Sabéennes: call for papers

Posted on behalf of Irene Rossi. June 18-20, 2015 (Dip. Civiltà e Forme del Sapere, University of Pisa, Italy) The annual meeting Rencontres Sabéennes, dedicated to the epigraphy, history and archaeology of pre-Islamic South Arabia, will be held this year … Continue reading

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Low-Cost Structure from Motion Technology: An open approach for epigraphical digital reconstruction

Posted on behalf of Daniele Mittica*, Michele Pellegrino**, Anita Rocco** The creation of photorealistic 3D models of several objects, architecture, archaeological sites, artworks, or even entire landscapes, is increasingly becoming an established practice. The use of 3D reconstruction tools are also … Continue reading

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Improving text-based search of inscriptions

Posted on behalf of Michelangelo Ceci1, Gianvito Pio1, Anita Rocco2   The Epigraphic Database Bari (EDB) stores inscriptions by Christians from Rome, between 3rd and 8th cent. It provides a web-based system to search for almost all the Greek and Latin … Continue reading

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Geographic Information System- A suitable “bridge” between Epigraphy and Archaeology.

Posted on behalf of  Elisa Orlando Archeologist (Postdoc independent researcher) Email: elisa.orlando@gmail.com The discovery of new, effective technologies applied both to epigraphy and archaeology seems to prove how closely these two disciplines are linked. Many archaeological and epigraphic studies have emphasized … Continue reading

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Hochtor und Glocknerroute: new book by Ortolf Harl

Ortolf Harl writes to announce his new pubblication: Hochtor und Glocknerroute. Ein hochalpines Passheiligtum und 2000 Jahre Kulturtransfer zwischen Mittelmeer und Mitteleuropa, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut Sonderschriften 50, 2014. This new book is about the highest situated pagan sanctuaries of the ancient world, located on the famous … Continue reading

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Digital Archive for the Study of pre-Islamic Arabian

Posted on behalf of Annamaria De Santis, Irene Rossi, Daniele Marotta DASI-Digital Archive for the Study of pre-Islamic Arabian inscriptions is an ERC project of the University of Pisa and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, directed by Prof. Alessandra Avanzini, … Continue reading

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‘Women as Classical Scholars’ Wikipedia editathon

23 September 2014  This editathon is to create and/or improve the Wikipedia pages of women classical scholars. Training in Wikipedia editing will be provided by Wikimedia. If you would like to come, but the time or location is inconvenient, why not … Continue reading

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