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New resource: What a Dog Called Margarita Can Teach Us about Ancient Rome

The way in which inscriptions, especially verse inscriptions, are commonly presented and utilised in many museums and collections, but also e. g. in school and university curricula, leaves a lot of their potential unexplored. Interaction and engagement with such texts, … Continue reading

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Virtual Museum of Archaeological Computing

Presentation of the Virtual Museum of Archaeological Computing Accademia dei Lincei (Rome) – Wednesday, 13th of December 2017 The Virtual Museum of Archaeological Computing is a project of the CNR-ISMA and Accademia dei Lincei (Rome). It aims at retracing the … Continue reading

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Appel à communication Colloque « Humanités numériques : l’exemple de l’Antiquité » – Call for paper “Digital Humanities: the example of Antiquity”

Le colloque «Humanités numériques : l’exemple de l’Antiquité», qui aura lieu à Grenoble du 2 au 4 septembre 2015, est organisé par l’Université Grenoble 3, l’Université Grenoble 2, la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme-Alpes, The Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities, … Continue reading

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EAGLE 2014 International Conference: The IGCyr | GVCyr corpora

The IGCyr | GVCyr demonstration site is now available. The Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica (IGCyr) and the Greek Verse inscriptions of Cyrenaica (GVCyr) are two corpora, the first collecting all the inscriptions of Greek (VII-I centuries B.C.) Cyrenaica, the second … Continue reading

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BMCR review of Maurin/Navarro

In BMCR 2001.02.41, Hagith Sivan reviews: Louis Maurin, Milagros Navarro Caballero, Inscriptions latines d’Aquitaine (ILA): Bordeaux. Pessac: Ausonius, 2010. Pp. 688. ISBN 9782356130259. €70.00. At the end of this review, Sivan asks the now increasingly common question: Let me end … Continue reading

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