THE GREEK BOOK FROM ANTIQUITY TO 1515
Holger Essler (Würzburg)
P.Herc. 152/157: an author’s master copy?
Ben Cartlidge (Oxford)
‘One half their lives was reading books’: Athenaeus and other excerpters.
Michael Malone-Lee (Oxford)
The coming of the Greek book to the West.
Brigitte Mondrain (EPHE, Paris)
Une histoire de la vie intellectuelle à Byzance au XIVe siècle à la lumière des manuscrits : les érudits au travail dans leurs livres.
Christopher Mallan (Oxford)
The Parthica of Pseudo-Appian: its purpose and date.
Almut Fries (Oxford)
The measures of praise: prosodical marks in two pre-Palaeologan manuscripts of Pindar.
Matthew Nicholls (Reading)
Libraries, books, and networks in the Roman world.
Jana Grusková (OAW, Vienna; Bratislava)
Two unique Greek texts preserved in Vienna palimpsests: Dexippus’ Scythica and Aelius Herodianus’ De prosodia catholica.
Geri Della Rocca de Candal (Oxford)
The development of Greek typography in the Fifteenth Century.
All sessions will take place in the Lecture Theatre of the Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 66 St Giles’, Oxford, starting at 5 p.m.