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List of posters

The poster exhibition is located in the arcaded courtyard. All posters are displayed throughout the duration of the congress and can be taken home by the presenters at the end of the congress.

During the morning coffee breaks on Tuesday and Thursday poster presenters are kindly requested to stand by their poster in order to provide more information to other interested participants.

  1. Ma Ángeles Alonso Alonso: Epigrafía y ars medica. Observaciones acerca del título profesional iatromea
  2. Antonio Alvar Ezquerra, Jonathan Edmondson, Luis Ángel Hidalgo Martín, Hugo Pires, José Luis Ramírez Sádaba: Retrieving Texts from Intentionally Erased Roman Epitaphs from Augusta Emerita (Mérida, Spain)
  3. Paschalis Androudis, Brad Hostetler: Medieval Greek Inscriptions at Mount Athos: relics and other objects of minor arts
  4. Claudia Antonetti, Ivan Matijašić: Venice Squeeze Project. Digital Library of Epigraphic Squeezes Open Access (University Ca’ Foscari of Venice)
  5. Héctor Arroyo Quirce: Σολύμοισι κυδαλίμοισι. Homer and the Pisidian city of Termessos
  6. Federico Aurora: Mycenaean Epigraphy Online: DAMOS (Database of Mycenaean at Oslo)
  7. Andrea Barta: Underworld Deities on Curse Tablets from Aquincum
  8. Rebecca R. Benefiel, Holly Sypniewski: The Ancient Graffiti Project (ancientgraffiti.org). A user-friendly resource for the study of ancient handwritten wall-inscriptions
  9. Gianmarco Bianchini, Gianluca Gregori: Analisi preliminare sulle forme di ricezione di Ovidio a Pompeii
  10. Aitor Blanco Pérez: Judaism and Rome: Re-thinking Judaism’s Encounter with the Roman Empire
  11. Imola Boda: The population of Colonia Sarmizegetusa
  12. Alan Bowman, Charles Crowther, Simon Hornblower, Rachel Mairs, Kyriakos Savvopoulos: A Corpus of Ptolemaic Inscriptions
  13. Eleni Bozia, Angelos Barmpoutis: Augmented Reality for Epigraphy: How to bring holograms of inscriptions to your classroom
  14. Yanne Broux: Trismegistos People. The extended version
  15. Lorenzo Calvelli: False testimonianze: A New Research Project on Epigraphic Forgeries
  16. Tiziana Carboni: Epistole imperiali a Coronea (Beozia): un nuovo caso di autorappresentazione?
  17. Chiara Cenati, Giorgio Crimi, Silvia De Martini, Davide Redaelli: Laterculi praetorianorum rivisti e corretti
  18. Maria Bastiana Cocco: Tecniche adottate dagli agrimensores nella Sardegna romana: nuovi dati dalla scansione 3D dei cippi terminali
  19. Dan Augustin Deac: The Egyptian Theophoric Personal Names in the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire
  20. M. Cristina de la Escosura Balbás: Carthago Nova’s gentes seen from metal and stone. How epigraphy determines onomastics to understand legal status
  21. Gabriela de Tord Basterra: Influence of Greek and Roman epigraphy on religious inscriptions in epichoric languages
  22. Stefania De Vido, Ivan Matijašić, Valentina Mignosa: AXON: Greek Historical Inscriptions. A Database for Research and Teaching (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
  23. Catherine Dobias-Lalou, Alice Bencivenni: The digital corpora IGCyr and GVCyr
  24. Laëtitia Dolne: Le vocabulaire des archives des cités grecques : l’apport de l’épigraphie. Les cas des termes ἀποδέκτης et ἀποδοχεύς
  25. Elena Duce Pastor: Spartan women who died on labor considered civic heroines: the epigraphical evidence
  26. Jonathan Edmondson, Milagros Navarro Caballero: ADOPIA: Atlas Digital Onomastique de la Péninsule Ibérique Antique
  27. Alexandra Evdokimova: Cappadocian Byzantine graffiti and Byzantine Greek language
  28. Achille Felicetti, Francesca Murano: CRMtex: Models and Strategies for the Encoding of Epigraphic Documents
  29. Antonio E. Felle, Silvia Orlandi, Stefano Caneva, Anita Rocco, Raffaella Santucci: IDEA. International Digital Epigraphy Association
  30. Francisca Feraudi-Gruénais, Frank Grieshaber: epigraphy.info. A new Collaborative Platform for Digital Epigraphy under construction
  31. Juraj Franek, Daniela Urbanová: Magic on Lead: Simile-Formula on Ancient Greek and Latin Curse Tablets
  32. Federico Frasson: Luna tra storia e leggenda. I falsi epigrafici nella tradizione eruditi dei secoli XVI-XVIII
  33. Ayano Fujisawa: Religious Identity of Diaspora Samaritan in Thessaloniki
  34. Yuko Fukuyama: Nero’s Memory on Inscriptions: Afterlife of his Name and its Meanings on Viae Publicae
  35. Olivier Gengler: John Malalas and his use of inscriptions
  36. Olivier Gengler: New research on the Spartan inscriptions copied by Michel Fourmont
  37. Cristina Girardi: Divinità plurali preromane e romane dei confini
  38. Raúl González Salinero: The Latin Inscription of Rabbi Iacob from Mérida (MAN, nº inv. 71.243): Dating and Contextualization
  39. David Gordillo Salguero: Public and private tributes to the emperor Domitian in Hispania. Confronting the inscriptions with the sculptorical and archaeological evidence
  40. Diana Gorostidi Pi: Inter flaminales viros: the honorary pedestals of the Provincia Hispania Citerior
  41. Ortolf Harl: Ubi Erat Lupa. Eine Bilddatenbank für Epigraphiker und Archäologen
  42. Sara Henriques dos Reis: Unveiling Cultural Identities through Indigenous Religiosity: Olisipo, a case study of the Western Roman Empire
  43. Javier Herrera Rando: Lenguaje y poder: magistrados e instituciones en lenguas indígenas en el Occidente Romano
  44. Luis-Ángel Hidalgo Martín: Nuevos grafitos de Augusta Emerita (Lusitania)
  45. Ivana Kosanovic: Literacy in Viminacium – Some Epigraphical and Archaeological Evidence
  46. Antje Kuhle: Hermesverehrung in den griechischen Poleis (8.–3. Jhd. v. Chr.)
  47. Renate Lafer: Miliaria aus der Zeit des Septimius Severus: Überlegungen zum historischen und topographischen Aussagewert mit besonderer Berück-sichtigung des Donauraumes
  48. Kira Lappé: From Offence to Defence: The Roman Army in the Lower Danube and Balkan Region
  49. Flavia Licciardello: Deixis and Frames of Reference in Hellenistic Dedicatory Epigrams
  50. Franco Luciani: The ‘Servi Publici: Everybody’s Slaves’ (SPES) Project
  51. Judit Mata Soler: Edilicia pública y epigrafía: las sedes conventuales béticas en época de los Severos
  52. Lucrețiu Mihailescu-Bîrliba: Topolog: the epigraphic and the archaeological record in the northern countryside of the Roman province Moesia inferior
  53. Carlo Molle: Sevirato e augustalità nelle città del Latium adiectum
  54. Alex Mullen: LatinNow. Latinization of the north-western provinces: sociolinguistics, epigraphy, archaeology
  55. Francesco Napolitano: Tra epigraphica e archaiologhia. Le iscrizioni di VI e V a.C. dei Monti Lattari alla luce dei dati di cultura materiale
  56. Gianfranco Paci, Silvia Marengo, Simona Antolini: Urbs Salvia: le epigrafi della colonia romana. Un progetto editoriale
  57. Mauricio Pastor Muñoz: The local elites of the Municipium Florentinum Iliberritanum
  58. Annamária – Izabella Pázsint: Six degrees of Dionysos in the Greek colonies of the Black Sea: A Social Network Analysis of the Associative Universe
  59. Lorenzo Pérez Yarza: Official cult and formula Soli Invicto (Augusto) sacrum in North Africa
  60. Jonathan Prag: I.Sicily – the first comprehensive (digital) corpus for Sicily. sicily.classics.ox.ac.uk
  61. Talia Prussin: Socioeconomics of public land leasing in Hellenistic Thespiai: A network theory approach
  62. Niklas Rafetseder: Lex coloniae – lex municipii: The Roman municipal laws in Republic and Empire
  63. Evelien Roels: “ἀναγράψαι εἰς τὴν παραστάδα τοῦ ναοῦ”. The presence of inscriptions in the pronaos of temples in Hellenistic and Imperial Asia Minor
  64. Diego Romero Vera: Epigrafía cívica y vitalidad urbana. Un balance sobre el hábito epigráfico en las ciudades hispanorromanas de época antonina
  65. Emilio Rosamilia: A List of Priests from Cyrene and the End of Magas’ Reign
  66. Alicia Ruiz Gutiérrez, Carolina Cortés Bárcena, Jesús Ignacio Jiménez Chaparro: MIGRA – Mapping Inscriptions revealing Geographical Mobility in Roman Antiquity: The Case of Spain
  67. Julio César Ruiz Rodríguez: The epigraphic environment of the Tarraco forum in the Augustan and Julio-Claudian periods
  68. Federico Russo: Curiae incolarum e curiae libertinorum nell’evidenza epigrafica della Baetica romana
  69. Víctor Sabaté Vidal: Wieldy, cheap and pale: Lead tablets in the Palaeohispanic world
  70. Santiago Sánchez de la Parra Pérez: Latin Epigraphy associated AQVA AVGVSTA in Hispania
  71. Christophe Schmidt Heidenreich: Le lapidaire du Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève : un projet de mise en valeur d’un patrimoine épigraphique
  72. Jessica Schmidt: Ανακαίνιση και ανιστόρηση – Welchen Erkenntnisgewinn können signierte Stifterinschriften für weiterführende kunsthistorische Untersuchungen liefern?
  73. Giulia Sessa: Mächtige Frauen? Zur Rolle der Priesterinnen in der politisch-religiösen Sphäre der Poleis Kleinasiens
  74. James P. Sickinger: Ostraka from the Athenian Agora
  75. Ignacio Simón Cornago: Latinización de una ciudad trilingüe: el municipium Emporiae
  76. Clara Stevanato: Divina vis est aeterni temporis: i senatori e la morte nella voce della musa epigrafica. Epitaffi metrici nell’Italia romana
  77. Eleni Theodorou: Die Agoranomie im kaiserzeitlichen Ephesos: Aufgaben des Amtes und sozialer Status der Amtsträger (1.-3. Jh. n. Chr.)
  78. Víctor Andrés Torres González: The duumviri quinquennales of the Roman Hispania
  79. Marina Veksina: Editing Early Christian Inscriptions for Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae Project: Some New Readings
  80. Robert S. Wagman, Andrew G. Nichols: An Elusive Pan from Mt. Parnes (IG II2 4829)
  81. Franziska Weise: EDAK. Epigraphische Datenbank zum antiken Kleinasien
  82. Mihail Zahariade: CIL III 14450=IGLR no. 3=ISM II no. 155. A Reassessment
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