2 edition of Latin epigraphy for the classroom found in the catalog.
Latin epigraphy for the classroom
Brian C. J. McCarthy
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45).
|Statement||edited with introduction, notes, and vocabulary by Brian C.J. McCarthy.|
|Series||Short Greek and Latin texts for students|
|LC Classifications||CN510 .M35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||92214357|
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This book advances our understanding of the place of Latin inscriptions in the Roman world beyond the vague concept of 'the epigraphic habit'. It enables readers to appreciate both the potential and the limitations of inscriptions as historical source material, by considering the diversity of epigraphic culture in the Roman world, and how it has been transmitted to the 21st by: 9.
“Teaching Latin from Inscriptions: The Roman Funerary Inscription Project in the College Classroom” Anne Leen, Furman University Introduction Today I will describe a project that teaches students to read and edit Roman inscriptions.
The Class I assigned this project last fall in my Intermediate Latin II class. Every student but one was first. The Cambridge Manual of Latin Epigraphy This book advances our understanding of the place of Latin inscrip-tions in the Roman world.
It enables readers, especially those new to the subject, to appreciate both the potential and the limitations of inscriptions as historical source material, by considering the diver. Latin epigraphy: an introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions Item Preview Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).
Covering an extensive variety of grammatical constructions, A Little Latin Reader is an ideal supplement for undergraduate courses in beginning and intermediate Latin. It presents vivid, unadapted passages, each two to ten lines in length, drawn from the poetry and prose of various Classical authors--including Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Martial, Ovid, and Vergil--and from inscriptions/5(9).
Several resources related to the study of ancient Greek epigraphy are available on the web and can be reached through this page. For a thorough discussion of the epigraphic evidence dating from the Hellenistic-Roman period, see Bradley H. McLean, An Introduction to Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods from Alexander the Great.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sandys, John Edwin, Latin epigraphy. Cambridge, The University Press, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sandys, John Edwin, Sir, Latin epigraphy. Groningen, Bouma's Boekhuis, (OCoLC) The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (Société americaine d'épigraphie grecque et latine) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to further research in, and the teaching of, Greek and Latin epigraphy in North America.
Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy. Inscriptions provide an invaluable amount of information on the ancient world. The Classics Department of the University of Chicago offers graduate students both an introduction to epigraphy and advanced courses that will allow.
On behalf of the Association Internationale d’ Épigraphie Grecque et Latine, the British Epigraphy Society, in collaboration with the University of Oxford and the British Academy, organised the 13th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Oxford Epigraphy and the Historical Sciences University of Oxford 2 – 7 September.
The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy is the fullest collection of scholarship on the study and history of Latin epigraphy produced to date. Rather that just a collection of inscriptions, however, this volume seeks to show why inscriptions matter and demonstrate to classicists and ancient historians how to work with the sources.
Book series on medieval manuscripts from The Ohio State University Press: Text and Context Text and Context is devoted to the study of manuscript and manuscript culture from late antiquity to the Renaissance.
We seek to encompass all aspects of manuscript production, including the material culture of the codex, edition of new texts, manuscript catalogs, and more theoretical studies.
For Greek epigraphy the classroom manual is still Woodheadthough Guarducci’s work is broader in its scope in both its formats, Guarducci – and Guarducci McLean devotes attention to epigraphy in a specific time period, which makes this manual a useful guide to the Hellenistic peculiarities of the discipline.
Latin epigraphy works on reading and desciphering the Latin inscriptions. It also helps to interpret the writings and to infer data that can be applied in many fields.
Epigraphic texts are authentic and original compared to other writings that are copies (of copies).
funerary epigraphy to students at this level was not my invention. In the. Oxford Latin Course, which was my school-level text at the time, examples of funerary epigraphy appear suddenly in the exercises in the back of the book late in the.
Course, without direct reference to the. This book advances our understanding of the place of Latin inscriptions in the Roman world. It enables readers, especially those new to the subject, to appreciate both the potential and the limitations of inscriptions as historical source material, by considering the diversity of epigraphic culture in the Roman world and how it has been transmitted to the twenty-first century/5(5).
Epigraphy, or the study of inscriptions, is critical for anyone seeking to understand the Roman world, whether they regard themselves as literary scholars, historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, religious scholars or work in a field that touches on the Roman world from c.
BCE to CE and beyond. The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy is the fullest collection of scholarship on the. Pages in category "Latin epigraphy" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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Inscriptions considered as a group. Horatian book-representations, poetic quotation in fourth-century BC Attic oratory, Latin epigraphy and. (shelved 1 time as high-school-latin-greek) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Want to Read saving.The Rare Book and Manuscript Room of the Butler Library of Columbia University houses a large collection of Latin inscriptions on stone and lead and a few Greek texts.
Latin inscriptions on bronze andlead and stamped terracotta (bricks, tiles, Arretine ware) are held by the Art Properties Department of the university elsewhere on campus.7AACM Latin Epigraphy. Credit value: 40 credits Module convenor/tutor: Dr John Pearce and Professor Henrik Mouritsen.(/18) Assessment: Two epigraphic commentaries of no more than 3, words each (worth 60%) and one essay of no more than 4, words (worth 40%).Students are reassessed in the failed elements of assessment and by the same methods as the first attempt.