Manual Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History From Inscriptions (Approaching the Ancient World)

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Matthew B. Yet there remains a need for the study of epigraphy to be more consistently integrated into theoretical and archaeological ways of thinking about the past and material culture. This panel, therefore, seeks to present new, even experimental, methodological and theoretical approaches to epigraphy, by bringing together archaeological theorists, scholars working on ancient literature, and those who work regularly on inscriptions and carved material, including visual culture.

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Possible topics for abstracts include, but are certainly not limited to:. Papers at the CCC are usually 40 minutes long; however, shorter presentations may also be considered. Prospective speakers are asked to send an abstract of no more than words to Eleri Cousins at ehc5 st-andrews. Please specify desired paper length in the abstract. It is intended that this panel will serve as the springboard for an edited volume, aiming for publication in or ; prospective speakers should state with their abstract whether they would wish to participate in this volume.

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