20 I: Flavia Ruani (CNRS), Jimmy Daccache (Yale) & Simon Brelaud (UCB): E-Twoto: Digital Paleography of Syriac Inscriptions

On Thursday, 20 January (4.45  Warsaw time) Flavia Ruani (Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes CNRS), Jimmy Daccache (Yale University) & Simon Brelaud (University of California Berkeley) will present a paper E-Twoto Digital Paleography of Syriac Inscriptions

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

13 I: Jakub Urbanik (UW), The ἔθος and the Egyptian Priests. A Contribution to study of Law Application in Roman Egypt

On Thursday, 13 January (4.45 Warsaw time), Jakub Urbanik (UW) will present a paper The ἔθος and the Egyptian Priests. A Contribution to study of Law Application in Roman Egypt.

 

 

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

16 XII: Przemysław Nehring (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika), Praktyka i teoria epistolograficzna w listach Augustyna

On Thursday, 16 December (4.45 Warsaw time), Przemysław Nehring (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika) will present a paper Praktyka i teoria epistolograficzna w listach Augustyna.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski

9 XII (4.45 Warsaw time) Jakub Łojszczyk (UW) Fragments regarding the alliance with ‘Turks’ as an example of ethnographic categories and Kaiserkritik in the History of Menander the Guardsman

On Thursday, 9 December (4.45 Warsaw time), Jakub Łojszczyk (UW) will present a paper Fragments regarding the alliance with ‘Turks’ as an example of ethnographic categories and Kaiserkritik in the History of Menander the Guardsman.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

 

2 XII (4.45 p.m. Warsaw time) Adam Łajtar (UW), A new piece of evidence in an old question: A Greek inscription from Tafah and the Christianisation of Nobadia

On Thursday, 2 December (4.45 Warsaw time), Adam Łajtar (UW), will present a paper A new piece of evidence in an old question: A Greek inscription from Tafah and the Christianisation of Nobadia.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

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