Scientific Events

International Conference, Heidelberg, 28th-29th September 2017
Uniformity and Regionalism in Latin Writing Culture in the First Millennium of the Common Era

Programme

Thursday 28th September 2017
9:15-10:00
Welcoming Address
9:30-10:15
Roger Tomlin (Oxford)  “Writing on Wood in Roman Britain”
10:15-11:00
Sofia Torallas-Tovar (Chicago)  “From the Southern Frontier: Latin Fragments from Syene”
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:15
Eleanor Dickey (Reading)  “Where Do You Put the Latin of a Bilingual Text, and Why Does It Matter?”
12:15-13:00
Maria Chiara Scappaticcio (Naples)  “Fables from the East: Latin Text on Papyrus, and the Role of Fables in Second-Language Acquisition”
13:00-14:30
Lunch
14:30-15:15
Rodney Ast – Clementina Caputo (Heidelberg)  “Uniforming Latin Texts on Sherds from Regions of North Africa”
15:15-16:00
Isabel Velázquez (Madrid)  “The Habit of Writing on Slate in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages”
16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-17:15
Tino Licht (Heidelberg)  “Die Frühgeschichte der westgotischen Minuskel”
17:15-18:00
Ainoa Castro Correa (London)  “Towards the Definition of Identity: Visigothic Script in Iberia Until the Year 1000”
18:00-18:45
Gereon Becht-Jördens (Heidelberg)  “Der staufische Dichter Petrus de Ebulo und sein Liber ad Honorem Augusti. Zur Erschließung eines Raumes künstlerischer Imagination durch Zusammenwirken von Pergament, Text, Illustrationszyklus und Bildtituli”

Friday 29th September 2017
9:00-9:45
Ornella Salati (Naples)  “Listing in the Roman Army: Formatting and Palaeographical Conventions of the Latin Lists on Papyrus”
9:45-10:30
Andrea Bernini (Naples)  “Epistolary Format and Scribal Practice Between Standardization and Regionalization”
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-11:45
Ulrike Ehmig (Heidelberg)  “Das Gleiche immer anders: Zum regional- und inhaltstypischen Schriftduktus von tituli picti auf römischen Amphoren”
11:45-12:30
Giulio Iovine (Naples)  “Refer in acta. A Survey of Roman Dating Formulae on Thirty Latin and Greek Official Documents (1st–6th AD)”
12:30-14:00
Lunch
14:00-14:45
Konrad Knauber (Heidelberg)  “Formen früher Grabauthentiken im 1. Jahrtausend n. Chr.”
14:45-15:30
Kirsten Wallenwein (Heidelberg)  “Frühmittelalterliche Reliquienauthentiken auf Metall”
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break
16:00-16:45
Dario Internullo (Naples)  “Papyrus and Parchment in Early Medieval West (7th-8th century). Remarks on Latin Documentary Sources”
16:45-17:30
Natalie Maag (Heidelberg)  “‘Resistente Schriften’ – Beobachtungen zur regionalen Schriftkultur am Beispiel der alemannischen Minuskel ”
17:30-18:15
Wolf Zoeller (Heidelberg)  “Schriftlichkeit im Zeichen der Kontinuität? – Die ‘päpstliche Epigraphik’ im Frühmittelalter”
18:15-18:30
Final Remarks

 

 

Round Table, Naples, 26th May 2017
Latin Texts on papyrus: towards a Corpus (pars prima)

Round Table, Naples, 25th May 2017
Latin Texts on papyrus at the British Library: first results of a conjoint research

 

 

 

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International Congress, Barcelona, 1st-6th August 2016

Programme

Maria Chiara Scappaticcio, Papyri and LAtin Texts: INsights and Updated Methodologies. Towards a philological, literary, and historical approach to Latin papyri (PLATINUM project – ERC-StG 2014 n°636983

Andrea Bernini, New remarks on consul Publius Seius Fuscianus and new evidence for Colonia Aelia Capitolina (P.Mich. VII 445 + inv. 3888c + inv. 3944k)

Dario Internullo, Latin documents on papyrus from late antique and early medieval West: a framework

Giulio Iovine, Delving into Latin documents. Towards an edition of unpublished Latin documentary papyri in Vienna

Valeria Piano, Robert Marichal and the Latin papyri from Herculaneum: on P.Herc. 1067 and 1475

Ornella Salati, A ‘forgotten’ Latin Account-Book from Oxyrhynchus. New Perspectives on P.Laur. IV 134 + P.Oxy. III 454 + PSI II 119 ro

Naples, 1st March 2016

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Library BRAU

Presentation of the latest book of Eleanor DICKEY (University of Reading)

The presentation of the latest monograph by Eleanor Dickey took place in BRAU library in the presence of the introductory speakers Giovanni Polara and Maria Chiara Scappaticcio, who highlighted the key aspects of the book. This work, which succeeds in expertly combining the requirements of popular science with the academic ones, is characterized by a clear focus on the material and practical aspects of ancient teaching, and also provides interesting insights into daily life.

 

International Conference, Naples 7th-9th October 2015
Centro vs. Periferia
Il Latino tra Testi e Contesti, Lingua e Letteratura (I-V d.C.)

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 7th October – Aula Piovani , Department of Humanities


16.00       Welcome
Gaetano Manfredi (Rettore dell’Università di Napoli ‘Federico II’)
Arturo De Vivo (Prorettore dell’Università di Napoli ‘Federico II’)
Edoardo Massimilla (Direttore del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici ‘Federico II’)

16.30        Introduction
Alessandro Garcea (Université de Paris IV ‘Sorbonne’)
Maria Chiara Scappaticcio (Università di Napoli ‘Federico II’ – ERC-StG)

Session 1: Itala tellus
Chair: Marisa Squillante (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II’)
17.30        Paolo Poccetti (Università di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’):
«‘Voci multiple’ dell’Italia antica nella letteratura latina di età repubblicana: tra regionalismi e varietà socio-culturali»
18.00        Giuseppe Camodeca (Università di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’):
«Il latino nei documenti della prassi giuridica campana (Tabulae Sulpiciorum e Tabulae Herculanenses

 

8th October – Sala dei convegni, BRAU (Biblioteca di Ricerca di Area Umanistica)

Session 2: BritanniaGallia
Chair:  Bruno Rochette (Université de Liège)
9.30          Jurgen Blänsdorf (Universität Mainz):
«Testimonianze epigrafiche della latinità di Moguntiacum  / Germania Superior dal I al V secolo»
10.00        Raphael Schwitter (Monumenta Germaniae Historica):
«Illitteratissimae litterae? Analysing ‘literary’ reception of letters in Late Antique Gaul»
10.30        Roger Rees (University of St Andrews):
«The ‘Entente Variable’: representations of Britain in the Gallic panegyrics»

11.00         Coffe break

Chair:  Frédérique Biville (Université Lyon II – Lumière)
11.30         Anna  Zago (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa):
«Il labdacismo: un vizio ‘di provincia’?»
12.00         Tommaso Mari (University of Oxford):
«Centro vs. periferia nel latino parlato: la testimonianza di Consenzio»

12.45          Lunch

Session 3: Africa
Chair: Paolo Poccetti (Università di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’)
15.00        Paolo Cugusi (Università di Cagliari):
«Aspetti della cultura poetica (e non) delle province romane»
15.30        Alfredo Casamento (Università degli Studi di Palermo):
«Sic astra mereri. Un’analisi della Controversia de statua viri fortis di Draconzio»
16.00        Concetta Longobardi (Université Jean Moulin – Lyon III):
«Leggere Orazio in Africa. Citazioni, varianti, fortuna grammaticale»

16.30       Coffe break

Chair:  Giovanni Polara (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II’)
17.00        Eleanor Dickey (University of Reading):
«The Hermeneumata in Action as Latin-Learning Materials»
17.30        Rita D’Angelo (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II’):
«Imparare il latino con i pesci. Uno studio preliminare sugli elenchi di nomi di pesci nei glossari antichi e tardoantichi»

 

9th October – Sala Rari, Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli ‘Vittorio Emanuele III’

Session 4: Hispania, aliae provinciae
Chair:  Valeria Viparelli (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II’)
9.00          Carmen Codoñer (Universidad de Salamanca):
«Comunidad y diversidad en el latín de los autores hispánicos»
9.30          María José Estarán (Université de Bruxelles):
«La pervivencia de las lenguas paleohispánicas en la epigrafía latina»

10.00       Coffe break

Chair: Paolo De Paolis (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale – CUSL)
10.30        Rolando Ferri (Università di Pisa):
«Letteratura lessicografica e regionalismi»
11.00        Anca Dan (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris):
«Tradition littéraire ou exploration scientifique? Les échos des voyages au bout de la Terre sous Néron»
11.30        Emilia Ambra (Biblioteca Nazionale ‘Vittorio Emanuele III’)
«Carisio in digitale. Il codice napoletano IV.A.8»

12.30        Lunch
14.30        Discussion
15.00        Conclusions: Alessandro Garcea ‒ Maria Chiara Scappaticcio