AIEGL – Association Internationale d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine

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Dear Friends and Members,

The year the is going to finish (finally!) has tested in depth the limits of our patience, energy, creativity, and resilience, but it has not stopped us as scholars, students, teachers, members of a society, a family, a community.

Dear colleagues,

You will find here the second circular letter of the next International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (August 29 to September 02, 2022). This is the call for papers.
You may also refer to our website, where you will find the programme and related information: https://ciegl2022.sciencesconf.org/

You can also subscribe to the mailing list: https://groupes.renater.fr/sympa/subscribe/ciegl2022diffusion?previous_action=info

Dear Friends and Members,

some months ago the AIEGL Bureau received a message from Anthony Birley, saying that, due to serious health problems, he would not be able to be an active member of our association anymore...

Joyce Reynolds will celebrate her 102nd birthday on 18th December, and it is marked by the publication of her corpus of inscriptions from Cyrenaica: https://ircyr2020.inslib.kcl.ac.uk

Dear Friends,

I've just been informed that yesterday night Ezio Buchi, emeritus professor of  Latin Epigraphy at the University of Verona, passed away. He used to be a member of our Association until his retirement, some years ago, and has always been a passionate scholar, a very nice person, and a good friend for many of us. I'm lucky enough to have been knowing him personally and to have enjoyed the pleasure of his company, and I'm going to miss both his scholarship and his sweet smile.

Yours
Silvia Orlandi

The Journal of Epigraphic Studies 3 (2020) has just been published. Please download the table of contents together with a subscription form below.

Call for Papers and Posters: MAPPOLA Workshop ‘Latin Poetry in the Greek East & Greek Poetry in the Latin West’ (Vienna and online, 25-26 February 2021)

We invite contributions that examine quantitative and qualitative aspects of Roman poetic production, especially in epigraphic forms, whose language use contradicts the common East/West and Greek/Latin narrative.

In the next days (8-12 September 2020), an epigraphic stage will take place in Altinum (Venice), organized by Lorenzo Calvelli, Giovannella Cresci Marrone and Marianna Bressan (see attached programme).