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For many year Cambridge has devoted one Saturday each spring to the study of inscriptions. This year that will be on March 31st.
Proceedings will take place in Room G 21, Faculty of Classics, starting at 11 a.m. with a paper by Jean-Louis Ferrary on "Aphrodisias and Claros".
The afternoon, beginning at 2.15 p.m., will be an ‘epigraphic workshop’. This is an opportunity for graduate students, in particular, to get expert assistance with puzzles that they may have about epigraphic texts.

Anyone wishing to attend should let Robin Osborne know: (ro225 @ cam.ac.uk).

Anyone wishing to present an epigraphic problem or issue in the workshop session (giving a presentation of up to 10 minutes) should indicate the text or the problem to allow sensible scheduling.

Robin Osborne

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