A workshop organised by the Institute of Classical Studies, and the Society for Libyan Studies, to mark the online publication of the Greek and Latin inscriptions of Libya (InsLib).
The last few years have seen the publication online, and open access, of the majority of known inscriptions from Cyrenaica (largely in Greek) and Tripolitania (largely in Latin). The purpose of this workshop is to allow the main contributors to present their work, and explain how new technology has enabled collaboration, and so the creation of rich resources for the study of the history of Libya; they will also consider the implications for future work.
Speakers: Charlotte Roueché (KCL), Caroline Barron (Durham), Francesca Bigi (Roma), Gabriel Bodard (ICS), Catherine Dobias-Lalou (Paris/Bologna), Alessandra Giovenco (British School at Rome).
Booking is essential.