Author Archives: Valentina Asciutti

“L’AFRICA ROMANA”, XIX Convegno internazionale di studi Sassari, 16-19 dicembre 2010

The Department of History and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies on Roman Provinces at the University of Sassari (Sardinia, Italy), together with the Association Internationale d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine and the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e per l’Oriente are pleased … Continue reading

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Presentation: Epigraphic Interoperability

Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica ( First International Workshop. British School at Rome, 28-29 February 2008. Charlotte Tupman and Gabriel Bodard: Epigraphic Interoperability On the occasion of the Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica Workshop on geospacial data and interoperability, held in Rome … Continue reading

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Dorothy Thompson: Not Alexander:an inscription from Hello!

Epigraphic Saturday, Cambridge, February 16th, 2008. Dorothy Thompson gave a witty and intriguing paper about the history of two Greek inscriptions found in 1995 in Al-Maroqui, in the far west of the oasis of Siwa. The two inscriptions, originally believed … Continue reading

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Epigraphy and the Information Technology Revolution

Prof. S. Panciera (Rome) in his introductory remarks expresses his willingness and enthusiasm in embracing the IT Revolution and applying it to the study of inscriptions. At the same time, however, he shows frustration and disappointment for the slowness with … Continue reading

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Giulia Baratta (Universita’ di Macerata, Italy) – “L’Epigrafia nei contesti archeologici”

Giulia Baratta focused her attention on the marginal role and inadequacy that affect inscriptions in museums and archaeological sites. An average tourist is resonably more attracted by a monument, in particular if iconographically rich, than an inscribed stone written in an … Continue reading

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