An Attic Workshop in honor of Leslie Threatte

Date: 
Friday, October 19, 2018 - 17:00 to Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 14:00
Location: 
ΕΠΙΓΡΑΦΙΚΟΝ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟΝ
Event Description: 

Ἥκω μαθητὴς εἰς τὸ φροντιστήριον

Ἀττικὸν ἐπιγραφικὸν φροντιστήριον πρὸς τιμὴν τοῦ Leslie Threatte. "Ἀττικὰ ψηφίσματα καὶ νόμοι τοῦ 4ου αἰ. π.X. καὶ οἱ Ἀττικοὶ ρήτορες"
An Attic Workshop in honor of Leslie Threatte. "Attic Fourth century Laws and Decrees and the Attic Orators"

ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ/PROGRAM

ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΗ/FRIDAY
17.00-17.15 Introduction by the organizers
17.15-17.30 Welcome from the Director of the Epigraphical Museum
17.30-18.00 Tribute to Leslie Threatte
1η συνεδρία/Session I
18.00-18.30 P. J. Rhodes, The Areopagus and tyranny
18.40-19.10 Εnrica Culasso, Lemnos and the Attic orators: the epigraphic evidence
Δεξίωση/Reception

ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ/SATURDAY
1η συνεδρία/Session I
9.30-10.00 R. Osborne, The oratory behind the law: the rhetorical case for epigraphic laws
10.10-10.40 G. Oliver, Report on IG II3 1, 3 fascicle
10.50-11.20 A. P. Matthaiou, Report on IG II3 1, 1 fascicle
11.30-12.00 Διάλειμμα/Break
2η συνεδρία/Session II
12.00-12.30 M. Canevaro, Nomothesia and financial administration: the problems
of normative formalisation in fourth-century Athens
12.40-13.10 R. K. Pitt, The building law of Brauron and state construction projects in the
fourth century B.C.
13.20-13.50 Μ. Β. Richardson, The law of Epikrates (Agora I 7495) and Attic topography
14:00-17:00 Διάλειμμα/Break
3η συνεδρία/Session III
17.00-17.30 J. Kroll, The treatment of 'a foreign coin having the same stamp as the Attic',
as specified in Nikophon's law of 375/4 (R&O 25), lines 9-10
17.40-18.10 Ed. Cohen, Unpublished Agora Inscription I 7495: economic implications
of the possible reminting of Athenian silver coinage in 353
18.20-18.50 Διάλειμμα/Break
4η συνεδρία/Session IV
18.50-19.20 Adele Scafuro, Decrees in inscribed texts: the naval records
19.30-20.00 J. Sickinger, Inscribed documents in the Attic Orators

ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ/SUNDAY
1η συνεδρία/Session I
9.30-10.00 P. Liddel, Athenian decrees of the period 403/2-322/1: literary perspectives
10.10-10.40 Lene Rubinstein, Hypereides Against Demades and the motivation clauses
in Athenian honorific decrees 352/1-322/1
10.50-11.20 N. Papazarkadas, ‘So that all the Greeks may know’. . . : a new citizenship
decree from fourth-century Athens
11.30-12.00 Διάλειμμα/Break
2η συνεδρία/Session II
12.00-12.30 G. Oliver, Athenian decrees, orators, and the city's international
relations in the late fourth century B.C.
12.40-13.10 S. D. Lambert, Two decree fragments in the British Museum destined for IG II3 1, fasc. 1
13.20-13.50 Α. P. Matthaiou, Two Athenian decrees revisited: IG II2 126 and IG II220