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CIL, CIL delle mie brame...

Tomasi, Paola (13 mars 2013)

"Mirror Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?". In modern terms, we could say "Server, server on the web, who is the father of all?" Corny joke aside, if you were yearning to browse CIL anytime anywhere, your desires came true! Since copyright has expired, the volumes of the CIL from ...

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Londinium...is back!

Tomasi, Paola (13 avr. 2013)

wood writing tablet  Archaeologists of MOLA working in a waterlogged trench at the Bloomberg Place ((already known for the Temple of Mithras))  have recovered more than 10,000 objects from Roman London, including writing tablets (more than 100 fragments!), amber, a well with ritual deposits of ...

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CIL, V 7345: Aebutia, Asprilla or Attia?

Tomasi, Paola (7 mai 2013)

CIL, V 7345 Aebutia, Asprilla or Attia? Which one is the right (or at least more likely) restoration of the first line of this fragmentary titulus operum publicorum? In order to answer this question, it can't be discarded the beginning of the third line, missing as well. To discover the answer, ...

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LatinOWL

Tomasi, Paola (8 mai 2013)

Mesmerising owl Don't let be misled by the OWL... This post is about a software for Latin students, made by Scot Mcphee. I quote from his website: Owl is an iOS app that, by using data from the Perseus Latin Word Tool, allows a user to lookup any Latin word, locate the root (i.e. the nominative ...

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CIL, V 6414- 6415: two bronze tablets bearing medical recipes from Ticinum

Tomasi, Paola (11 mars 2014)

The paper presents a new approach to CIL, V 6414-5, two bronze tablets from Ticinum bearing medical recipes, in combination with worship practices in honour of healing and water-related deities such as Minerva, Valetudo, Esculapius and Mars. The investigation has been devoted to all the topics ...

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Abbreviations, acronyms and good practice

Tomasi, Paola (23 mai 2013)

" Please don't invent your own system, but use one that has found common acceptance". This golden rule is provided by Prof. Van Njif in his website, in the self-explanatory section Abbreviations of corpora and publications. I couldn't agree more and I redirect my readers to the list of the ...

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Guide de l'epigraphiste

Tomasi, Paola (27 juil. 2013)

A tool that can not be missing in your "epigraphic toolbox" is the Guide de l'epigraphiste. In order to help epigraphers and "uninitiated" audience to approach epigraphy and to deal with the technicalities of such subject, a group of French scholars undertook the project of a Bibliographie choisie ...

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Digital Epigraphy Toolbox

Tomasi, Paola (17 mars 2013)

A fascinating project from the Classics Dept. of Florida University, presented also at the XIV Congressus Internationalis Epigraphiae Graecae et Latinae:

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Ancient Bronzes in Berlin

Tomasi, Paola (3 juil. 2013)

It's a well known fact, especially for antiquists and classicists, that the Antikensammlungen in Berlin are astonishing. However, I don't mean to eulogize Berlin's museums in this post, but I want instead to praise and draw my readers' attention to a useful on line database of a particular category ...

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