You will find with this e-mail the seventh circular letter of the next International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (August 29 to September 02, 2022). It provides details on registration, accommodation and excursions offered during the congress.
in Rumänien vom 16.–28.10.2022.
Die internationale Akademie richtet sich an Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden sowie Master-Studierende der Alten Geschichte und der benachbarten altertumswissenschaftlichen und historischen Fächer. Sie dient der Vertiefung von Kompetenzen in der griechischen Epigraphik. Neben der Arbeit in Museen und Depots von Bukarest, Histria und Tomis (Constanţa) sind Exkursionen nach Kallatis und zum Tropaium Traiani geplant.
27 giugno – 1 iuglio 2022
The Journal of Epigraphic Studies 5 (2022) 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.
On the occasion of CIEGL in Bordeaux, AIEGL will award two “Prix d’Épigraphie”, one for a work in the field of Greek epigraphy, and the other for a work in the field of Latin epigraphy. The prizes consist of 2.500 Euros each and are for works almost ready for publication but not yet published, written in one of the official languages of the association. The works may consist in a corpus of inscriptions or in a study primarily focused on epigraphic material; the prizes are intended to support early career scholars who are members of AIEGL.
The Bureau, in agreement with the Committee, has decided to allocate the sum of 3.000 Euros (usually used for the two Géza Alföldy prizes) to support the participation of six early career scholars who will present a paper or a poster at CIEGL 2022 in Bordeaux.
Nuevas investigaciones epigráficas en la península ibérica en cooperatión hispano-alemana
16 de junio 2022 en Madrid
I am pleased to inform you that the Inscriptions grecques et latines de la Syrie (IGLS) are now available online on the pages of the Persée portal dedicated to the Bibliothèque archéologique et historique of the Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo).
After several months of preparation, the great involvement of the coordinator Marietta Horster (Mainz) has borne fruit and the colleagues she was able to involve in this beautiful adventure have received a favourable opinion on their grant application: the CARMEN project (Communal Art – Reconceptualising Metrical Epigraphy Network) is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme!