II International Summer School

Centre for Classical Studies University of Lisbon (online)

Epigraphy is, in its essence, an act of writing, which implies the use of a specific alphabet and a codified language.
The language of Latin inscriptions is often expressed in standard formulas, but it also shows different registers and variations owing to the communication goals of different epigraphic categories as well as to chronological and sociological variables.

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