British Epigraphy Society Conversation the Second: ‘Regional epigraphic cultures across the ancient wider Mediterranean’ (Part 1)

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’. Further information on the conversations, and how to register, can be found on the Society’s website.

 

Conversation the Second: ‘Regional epigraphic cultures across the ancient wider Mediterranean’ (Part 1)

 

The Conversation will take place on Tuesday, 11 May 2021, 3–5 pm (UK summer time) on Zoom.

 

Speakers & topics:

Dan Socaciu (Liverpool) and Benjamin Cartlidge (Oxford): The roles and functions of text in the Urartian state

Rostislav Oreshko (Leiden; Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies): Language, society and cultural contact in Lydia in the 5th-4th centuries BC: an epigraphic perspective

Emanuela Borgia (Sapienza, Rome): Inscriptions from Hadrian’s Wall in Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery Trust (Carlisle): local identities and Roman influences

 

Organisers: Ilaria Bultrighini ([email protected]) & Irene Salvo ([email protected])

 

Please register here.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.