Events

 

Workshops

4th Bamberg Workshop (4-6 July, 2018): Trial Procedure in the Acts of the Ecumenical Councils and Other Late Antique Documentary Sources (funded by BayFOR and the ERC)

3rd Bamberg Workshop (5-7 July 2017): Redaction and Publication of Conciliar Acts, Laws and Other Documents in Late Antiquity (funded by Ludwig-Delp-Stiftung and the ERC)

2nd Bamberg Workshop (6-8 July 2016): Law and Lawmaking in the Acts of the Ecumentical Councils (funded by BayFOR and the ERC)

1st Bamberg Workshop (1-3 July 2015): Current and Novel Trends in Research on the Acts of the Ecumenical Councils (funded by BayFOR and the University of Bamberg)

 

Papers

Le concile in Trullo et ses commentateurs (31 October 2018): Prof. Dr. Béatrice Caseau (funded by overhead means)

Die philosopische Inschrift des Diogenes von Oinoanda: Literarische Tradition und epigraphische Praxis (23 May 2018): Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hammerstaedt, Cologne (funded by overhead means)

Towards a new edition of Ammianus Marcellinus (19 April 2018): Prof. Dr. Gavin Kelly, Edinburgh (funded by overhead means)

200 Jahre Phylenreform des Kleisthenes: Die Neuorganisation von Athen und Attika (307/06 v.Chr.):
Kontext, Umsetzung und Folgen (23 January 2018): Prof. Dr. Gregor Weber, Augsburg (funded by overhead means)

Galens verspottete und Augustins entwendete Bücher: Über den Nutzen von auktorialen
Werkkatalogen (21 November 2017): Prof. Dr. Hildegund Müller, Notre Dame (funded by overhead means)

… ut in rebus longe dissitis ac diversis similes videant rationes Grenzen und Perspektiven einer modernen historischen Morphologie (20 June 2017): Prof. Dr. David Engels, Brussels (funded by overhead means)

Just perfect! Some Thoughts on Tense and Aspect in Ancient Greek (30 May 2017): Prof. Dr. Geoffrey Horrocks, Cambridge (funded by overhead means)

Kleopatra und Marcus Antonius in Tarsos - Der Mythos um die Verweiblichung eines römischen Feldherren (17 January 2017): Prof. Dr. Stefan Pfeiffer, Halle (funded by overhead means)

Nationality and Ideology in the Roman Near East (8 November 2016): Prof. Dr. Benjamin Isaac, Tel Aviv (funded by overhead means)