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Epigraphy Optional Course MA/MPhil Ancient History Leiden University 2013-2014 2nd semester Instructor: Dr F.G. Naerebout

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1 Epigraphy Optional Course MA/MPhil Ancient History Leiden University nd semester Instructor: Dr F.G. Naerebout

2 1 Schedule February 3 – May 12, Mondays 9:00-11:00, Room: Huizinga 007 please note: no classes on March 24, April 21 and May 5 2 Assessment by way of individual assignments – which include the writing of weekly reports (50%) and a short essay on some epigraphic issue (50%) 3 Website A dedicated web address: (or / and choose ‘Syllabi’ from menu) 4 Literature Recommended: François Bérard et al., Guide de l’épigraphiste. Bibliographie choisie des épigraphies antiques et médiévales, Paris 2010 Editions Rue d’Ulm [4th ed] ISBN

3  Issues for the epigraphist: specialist knowledge in order to publish previously unpublished texts (and republish texts).  Issues for the user of epigraphic sources: find (bibliography, geography, typology), understand (ability to ‘read’ an epigraphic edition), put to use.  Two basic heuristic procedures: trace a text departing from a reference; establish the presence (or lack) of epigraphic evidence departing from a particular question 1. Summary

4 2. Typology Contents Context Form Corpora have chosen to use context  provenance / dating But texts are also grouped on the basis of their contents, and even form

5 traditionally: Res publicae Res sacrae Vita privata

6 Guarducci, Epigrafia greca Epigrafi di carattere publico Epigrafi di carattere privato Epigrafi sacre pagane Leggi sacre, cippi terminali, oracoli, inni sacri, sanationes, listi di sacerdoti etc, dediche, arai, defixiones, laminette, amuletti, varia Epigrafi cristiane

7 Ghinatti, Profilo di epigrafia greca Decreti Lettere Rendiconti Inventari Dediche, iscrizioni sacre Tabelle di defissione Responsi oracolari, laminette orfiche “Gli altri tipi”

8 Larfeld, Griechische Epigraphik Staatsvertraege, Gesetze, Dekrete, Edikte, Briefe Ehren-, Weih- und Grabinschriften Besitz-, Bau- und Kuenstlerinschriften Beambtenurkunden Kataloge Privatrechtliche Inschriften Inschriften literarischen Charakters

9 McLean, An introduction to Greek epigraphy Decrees, laws, treaties, official letters Honorific decrees, honorific inscriptions, proxeny decrees Dedications, ex-votos Funerary inscriptions Manumission inscriptions Other legal instruments Boundary stones, milestones, herms Sacred laws and other sacred inscriptions Inscriptions on buildings Inscriptions on portable objects Accounts and catalogues Quarry and masons’ marks Inscriptions in metal Graffiti Artists’ signatures

10 Meyer, Einfuehrung in die lateinische Epigraphik Staatsurkunden Kalender, Liste, Fasti, Sonstiges Private Urkunden Bauinschriften Meilensteine Weihinschriften Ehreninschriften Grabinschriften Verschiedenes Kleininschriften

11 Lassère, Manuel d’épigraphie romaine Inscriptions privées –Biographie, la vie privée, épitaphes, magie Les institutions des cités La vie matérielle des cités –Constructions, métiers, productions, actes privés La vie sociale –Collèges, spectacles, jeux, évergétisme, la vie religieuse L’État –Magistratures, empereur, légions et corps auxiliaires

12 Bérard et al., Guide de l’épigraphiste Histoire Fastes et calendriers Économie et société Guerre et armée Droit Architecture et sculpture Concours et spectacles Religion Elogia Inscriptions funéraires Épigrammes Tablettes, ostraca, graffites Instrumentum domesticum

13 3. Finding a text from a reference Abbreviations From corpora to journals Tracing the text through different editions etc –Concordances –BE, SEG, EBGR, AE

14 BE –contained in REG –Editors: B. Hausollier; Th. Reinach; A.-J. Reinach; P. Roussel et al.; (except for 1957/1975) J. & L. Robert; Ph. Gauthier et al.; L. Dubois –Re-publications: the Robert years, , have been published separately in 10 vols. Paris ; the years , in 4 vols. Paris 2007 –Indices: for the years there is no index, for an index in 3 vols., for an index in 1 vol., for an index in 1 vol., for an index has been published in 2009, for an index in 3 vols has been published in For there is no index.

15 SEG –Editors: vols. 1-1: Hondius, 12-25: Woodhead et al.; 26-53: Pleket et al.; 50- Chaniotis et al. –Indices: vols have indices in every issue, most of names only. For vols ( ) consolidated indices were produced by G. Pfohl, 1970, again names only; for vols ( ) and vols ( ) consolidated indices by Roozenbeek, Strubbe et al., 1990 & 1999, provide full indexing. There are no proper indices for vols. 1-25, and for vols one has to rely on the indices in the individual volumes. –All volumes are available online (UB)

16 EBGR –contained in Kernos (Chaniotis c.s.). With a subject index in every issue. –There also are concise indices online at –Issues 1-24 of Kernos are available online:

17 AE, AnnEpigr –Revue des publications épigraphiques relatives à l’Antiquité romaine: part of the Revue archéologique until the issue dated 1964, then became an autonomous publication –Editors: René Cagnat, d’abord seul, puis avec Maurice Besnier jusqu’en 1932, enfin avec Alfred Merlin Alfred Merlin, avec Jean Gagé certaines années. 1965Jean Gagé et Marcel Le Glay Jean Gagé, Marcel Le Glay, Hans-Georg Pflaum et Pierre Wuilleumier André Chastagnol, Jean Gagé, Marcel Le Glay et H.-G. Pflaum André Chastagnol, Jean Gagé, Marcel Le Glay André Chastagnol, Marcel Le Glay, Patrick Le Roux André Chastagnol, André Laronde, Marcel Le Glay, Patrick Le Roux Nouvelle équipe de rédaction, sous la direction de Mireille Corbier, avec Patrick Le Roux et Sylvie Dardaine comme secrétaires de la rédaction.

18 NEXT: How to find as yet unknown epigraphic material –by provenance –by date –by subject [typology may help] Collections arranged according to subject Subject indices in any epigraphic collection Any publication (incl websites) on a subject making use of epigraphic sources Greek or Latin vocabulary –by some specific characteristic


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