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British Epigraphy Society
Practical Epigraphy Workshop
24 – 26 June 2014
The British Epigraphy Society will hold its sixth Practical Epigraphy
Workshop this summer from 24 to 26 June at Corbridge, Northumberland.
The workshop is aimed primarily at graduates wishing to develop hands-on
skills in working with epigraphic material, though we also welcome
applications from those at any stage in their career who would like to
acquire a greater sensitivity to the gathering of epigraphic evidence.
With expert tuition, participants will gain direct experience of the practical
elements of how to record and study inscriptions.
The programme will include the making of squeezes,
photographing and measuring inscribed stones,
and the production of transcriptions, translations and commentaries.
Participants may choose to work on Latin or Greek texts, and the workshop
will be open to those either with or without epigraphic training.
The course fee will be £90 for this three-day event.
Please direct enquiries about the workshop to Peter Haarer:
peter.haarer AT classics.ox.ac.uk
Application Forms can be obtained from Maggy Sasanow:
margaret.sasanow AT classics.ox.ac.uk.