• ROMARCH: Archaeologia Bulgarica ХХIII 2019 #2 Contents

    Archaeologia BulgaricaArchaeologia Bulgarica ХХIII 2019 #2
    table of contents
    ARTICLES

    Reho, M.: Two оinochoai by the Nikias Painter in the National
    Archaeological Museum in Sofia…1

    Georgiev, P. Y.: Archaeometric Research and Reconstruction of a Bronze
    Vessel from Kitova Burial Mound near the Village of Krushare,
    Municipality of Sliven….27

    Sharankov, N. / Hristov, I.: A Milestone of Emperor Philip the Arab from
    the Road Oescus – Philippopolis Found at the Eastern Wall of the
    castellum of Sostra…..57

    Dana, D. / Moreau, D. / Kirov, S. / Valeriev, I.: A New Greek Dedication
    from the Sanctuary of Telerig among the spolia at Zaldapa….71

    Doncheva, S.: Early Medieval Slotted Openwork Strap Ends with “S”-Shape
    Double Palmettes from Northeastern Bulgaria…..79

    Regards,
    Lyudmil Vagalinski (editor)
    https://www.facebook.com/Archaeologia-Bulgarica-811557715855220/
    www.archaeologia-bulgarica.com

  • ROMARCH: Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute Fellowships, 2020-21

    THE CYPRUS AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CAARI) in Nicosia, Cyprus, welcomes scholars and students specializing in archaeology, history, and culture of Cyprus and the eastern Mediterranean. CAARI is located in central Nicosia close to the Cyprus Museum and the Archaeological Research Unit of the University of Cyprus (both with major libraries), as well as the main business and commercial district. In addition to hostel accommodation for a total of twelve residents, the institute has excellent research facilities: a 10,000-volume library, comprehensive map and artifact collections, archival material, and facilities for Internet, scanning, and photography. For further information please visit www.caari.org

    Recipients of fellowships are required to spend time as residents of CAARI and to submit a written report for the CAARI newsletter.

    Apply for the following fellowships at: http://orc.fellowships.fluidreview.com

    For questions please contact usa.office@caari.org.cy

    GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS

    Deadline for CAARI graduate student fellowships is December 9, 2019.

    The Danielle Parks Memorial Fellowship
    Danielle Parks, author of The Roman Coinage of Cyprus (Nicosia, 2004), directed excavations at the Amathus Gate Cemetery. She first came to Cyprus as an Anita Cecil O’Donovan Fellow. Her death as a young scholar in 2006, deeply felt by the wide circle of her colleagues and friends, is memorialized here by a fellowship designed to open the world of Cypriot culture to young scholars.

    This is a fellowship of US $2,000 for a graduate student of any nationality who needs to work in Cyprus to further his/her research on a subject of relevance to Cypriot archaeology and culture. The purpose of the fellowship is to help cover travel to and living expenses in Cyprus. Applications are invited especially from students of Hellenistic and Roman Cyprus. During his/her stay, the fellow is expected to give a presentation at CAARI on a subject related to his/her research. The fellow will periodically keep the Director of CAARI apprised of his/her research activities. The fellow will acknowledge CAARI and the Danielle Parks Memorial Fellowship in any publication that emerges from the research carried during the fellowship. Residence at CAARI is required.

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  • ROMARCH: ACOR in Amman, 2020-21 Fellowships

    ANNOUNCEMENT OF AMERICAN CENTER OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH IN AMMAN FELLOWSHIPS
    2020–2021

     

    Deadline for the following fellowships is February 1, 2020

    NEH Fellowship: Maximum single award of ten months for a scholar who has a Ph.D. or has completed his or her professional training. Other awards for minimum of four to nine months. Fields of research include, but are not limited to: modern and classical languages, linguistics, literature, history, jurisprudence, philosophy, archaeology, heritage studies, comparative religion, ethics, and the history, criticism, and theory of the arts. Social and political scientists are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or foreign nationals living in the U.S. three years immediately preceding the application deadline. The award for ten months is $50,000 of which $32,000 is for stipend and travel and the remainder is for ACOR room and board. Shorter award periods are prorated accordingly (i.e., six months award for $30,000 includes $19,200 for stipend and travel); residency at ACOR is required. The award must be used between June 15, 2020 and December 31, 2021. Funding for this fellowship provided by the National Endowment of the Humanities Fellowship Programs at Independent Research Institutes (FPIRI).

    ACOR-CAORC Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Two or more two- to six-month fellowships for post-doctoral scholars and scholars with a terminal degree in their field, pursuing research or publication projects in the natural and social sciences, humanities, and associated disciplines relating to the Middle East. U.S. citizenship required. Maximum award is $32,400. Awards must be used between June 15, 2020 and December 31, 2021 and Fellows must reside at ACOR. Funding for this fellowship is provided by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

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  • ROMARCH: Lydia Symposium Program, May 17-18, Izmir, Turkey

    The Lydia Symposium will take place on May 17-18, in Izmir, Turkey with two excursions to Chios, Greece and Sardis, Turkey. Below you will find the program of our symposium. Please note that all the symposium documents have been made available online on Academia and ResearchGate. Here are our websites where you can find all documents which are being updated every day:

    Websites:
    https://independent.academia.edu/TheLydiaSymposium
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/The_Lydia_Symposium
    https://deu.academia.edu/ErgunLAFLI

    You can also put our program as well as abstracts booklet on your
    websites, such as Facebook or Twitter. It is still possible to apply to the symposium with a paper or as an observer. Deadline for abstract submissions is April 30, 2017.

    Izmire hosgeldiniz ! / A warm welcome to Izmir,

    Ergun Lafli

    Archaeology and history of Lydia from the early Lydian period to late
    antiquity (8th century B.C.-6th century A.D.). An international symposium

    May 17-18, 2017 / Izmir, Turkey

    Program

    May 17

    9 h 15 – 10 h 30: Session 1 – Chairman Guy Labarre (Universite de
    Franche-Comte, Besancon, France)
    Introduction – Opening speeches.

    9 h 15 Ergun Lafli (Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey)
    Introduction: Practical information about the symposium.
    9 h 30 Nicholas D. Cahill (University of Wisconsin-Madison / Harvard
    University, Cambridge, MA, both U.S.A.)
    New work on the Palace of Croesus at Sardis.
    10 h 15  Concession of the 2017 EKVAM Annual Rewards of the Ancient
    Anatolian Studies.

    10 h 30 – 10 h 45: Break.

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  • ROMARCH: 15th Colloquium on Roman Provincial Art

    15th Colloquium On Roman Provincial Art

    Benefactors, Dedicants and Tomb Owners

    Society – Iconography – Chronology

    14th–20th June, 2017    Graz | Austria

    The Universalmuseum Joanneum and the Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz are pleased to announce in cooperation with the Savaria Megyei Hatókörü Városi Múzeum, dem Pokrajinski muzej Celje and the Bundesdenkmalamt that the Colloquium on Roman Provincial Art will return to the city where it was founded almost 30 years ago.

    The focus of the conference is on the people behind the monuments: benefactors, dedicants and tomb owners, the society in which they move, the means of expression for their self-images, and whether those self expressions differed geographically and changed through time. In this sense we also invite papers which approach related topics from a socioeconomic and epigraphical perspective.

    In addition to the main topics of the conference, we also welcome presentations on other aspects of Roman Provincial stone sculpture.

    The deadline for proposals is 9th December, 2016. Please submit the registration form with the title of your presentation and an abstract of 300 words to cpra-xv-2017(at)uni-graz.at.

    The Scientific Board will decide if and in which form (paper or poster) your presentation will be accepted. You will be informed of the decision by the end of January 2017.

    congress-provart-2017.uni-graz.at

    https://www.facebook.com/15-Internationales-Kolloquium-zum-Provinzialrömischen-Kunstschaffen-1577220762574470/

  • ROMARCH: Corpus Signorum Imperii Romani (CSIR)

    The Classical Art Research Centre (CARC) at the University of Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of a set of webpages for the Corpus Signorum Imperii Romani (CSIR) project: www.corpussignorum.org

    CSIR is the long-running international project to publish the sculptures of the Roman Empire, particularly provincial sculpture. The new bilingual pages are hosted by CARC, in collaboration with the Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, on behalf of the International Association for Classical Archaeology which founded CSIR in 1963. In the first instance they will provide information and guidance for users of and contributors to the project.

    The Classical Art Research Centre, which is home to the Beazley Archive and its database, is dedicated to promoting and supporting research on all aspects of ancient art. Besides its own projects and online resources, it already hosts the website of the Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum on behalf of the Union Académique Internationale: www.carc.ox.ac.uk


    Giles Richardson
    Administrative Assistant, Classical Art Research Centre
    University of Oxford

    Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
    66 St Giles’, Oxford, OX1 3LU
    Tel: +44 (0)1865 278082
    Fax: +44 (0)1865 610237
    www.carc.ox.ac.uk
    www.beazley.ox.ac.uk