EDITION OF EPIGRAPHIC SOURCES AND DOCUMENTATION OF THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT MACEDONIA

Abstract: 

The project proposes to study, edit and publish epigraphic material relating to the history of ancient Macedonia, to document the bibliography and to study the history of research in this field.

The work will be divided among three research teams (RT), each with its own focus and actions. These are:

  • RT1: a) Collection of the bibliography on the history of Ancient Macedonia, b) publication of short papers of P. N. Papageorgiou and D. Kanatsoulis, c) collection and publication of information relating to the epigraphy of ancient Macedonia in the daily and weekly Greek press of the 19th cent. and the books of foreign travellers, d) edition of K. F. Kinch's Notebook, e) edition of an album of photographs of precisely dated inscriptions from Thessaloniki.
  • RT2: Edition of the inscriptions of Amphipolis.
  • RT3: A Selection of Macedonian inscriptions from the Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods.

The project is expected to result in the publication of the following works:

  1. Bibliography on ancient Macedonia from 1900 to 2010.
  2. Collected short papers by P. N. Papageorgiou.
  3. Collected short papers by D. Kanatsoulis.
  4. History of the epigraphic research in Macedonia (works of foreign travellers and rare printed documents from the 19th and 20th centuries).
  5. Epigraphic notebook of K. F. Kinch.
  6. Letters of Greek and foreign scholars concerning the inscriptions of Macedonia.
  7. Edition of unpublished inscriptions from Macedonia mentioned in the archives of the 16th Ephorate of Pre-historic and Classical Antiquities (Thessaloniki).
  8. Album of photographs of precisely dated inscriptions from Thessaloniki (including a study of their letterforms).
  9. Three papers on unpublished inscriptions from Thessaloniki.
  10. Edition of the inscriptions of Amphipolis as well as articles based on these texts.
  11. Sourcebook with a selection of translated and annotated inscriptions from Macedonia (Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods).

Project info

Acronym:
ESDHAM
Coordinating Institution:
Ionian University
Scientific Coordinator:
Sverkos Elias
Research Team 2 Leader:
Nigdelis Pantelis
Research Team 3 Leader:
Zoumbaki Sophia

Stats

I.D.:
313
Mis:
380257
Duration (months):
45
Budget:
600 000.00
Diavgeia:
ΑΔΑ: Β4ΘΘ9-Β6Σ

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