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L'Année épigraphique 2020

Mireille Corbier (, directeur de L’Année épigraphique, fait savoir que L’Année épigraphique 2020 (1720 notices et 1043 pages dont 234 pages d’index) a été publiée en août 2023 et est disponible. Les commandes doivent être adressées aux Presses Universitaires de France (

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IDEA call for small grants 2023

Also this year IDEA will sponsor one 1,000€ grant.
The deadline to apply is on September 17th, 2023.

We remind you that the grant will be assigned to a small project, submitted by members of the associations, coherent with the scope of IDEA's activities, as stated in the Article 5 of our Charter:

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EpiLemma I

Epigraphy and Lexicography in Dialogue

International Colloquium of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae
7/9/23 - 8/9/23
Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

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The Journal of Epigraphic Studies 6 (2023) just published

The Journal of Epigraphic Studies 6 (2023) has just been published. Please download the table of contents together with a subscription form below. AIEGL members benefit now from a 25% discount for subscriptions to JES and from a 10% discount for the purchase of other journals and books published by Fabrizio Serra Editore.

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Support and Expand the Packard Humanities Institute's Greek Inscriptions Database

Fellow epigraphists, scholars and students of ancient history and archaeology! With the support and encouragement of several colleagues here in Athens, I have created a petition in to persuade the Packard Humanities Institute to consider adopting a more collaborative model for their online database of Greek Inscriptions.

The link to sign the petition is:

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Threat to Latin and Greek at Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

The majors in Greek and Latin at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, are under threat, a decision which could result in the elimination of an academic position. The university’s arguments are entirely financial, but we believe nonetheless that the university will be responsive to international opinion. If you would like to support these majors at Victoria – where Ronald Syme studied Latin and Greek – please use the link below to make a submission to the university.

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An der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des DAI ist zum 01.01.2024 die Stelle

einer/eines wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters/in (m/w/d)
(Kennziffer: 32/2023)

in Vollzeit für die Dauer von vier Jahren zu besetzen.

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