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Titre:
Papyri and LAtin Texts
Quand:
04.07.2022 - 06.07.2022 
Où:
Università degli Studi di Napoli - Naples
Catégorie:
Colloques, journées d'études

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Information signalée par Vincenzo A. Morone

Papyri and LAtin Texts: INsights and Updated Methodologies.

Philological, Literary, Linguistic and Historical Insights from Latin Papyri

PLATINUM FINAL COLLOQUIUM, NAPLES 4–6 JULY 2022


 

MONDAY, 4 JULY 2022 – AULA DEI CATALOGHI LIGNEI, DIPARTIMENTO DI STUDI UMANISTICI (DSU)

Welcome and Introduction

9.00 Welcome
Matteo LORITO (Rector – Univ. ‘Federico II', Napoli)
Lorenzo MARRUCCI (Vice-rector for Research – Univ. ‘Federico II', Napoli)
Arturo DE VIVO (Head of the Scuola Superiore Meridionale, Napoli)
Andrea MAZZUCCHI (Head of the DSU – Univ. ‘Federico II', Napoli)
Giulio MASSIMILLA (Head of the Sezione di Scienze dell'Antichità – Univ. ‘Federico II', Napoli)
Patrizia COZZOLINO (Administrative Secretary of the DSU – Univ. ‘Federico II', Napoli)
Efthymia PRIKI (European Research Council Executive Agency)
Sebastian WINKLER (European Research Council Executive Agency)


Session 1: Literary Insights I

Chair: Maurizio HARARI (Università degli Studi di Pavia)

9.30 Maria Chiara SCAPPATICCIO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«Latin Texts on Papyrus: A Project, its Corpus, and the Future of Research. The literary perspective»
10.00 Frédérique BIVILLE (Université Lumière Lyon 2):
«Terentius' Papyrus and Latin Grammatical Tradition»
10.30 Costas PANAYOTAKIS (University of Glasgow):
«The Mimic Features of the Text in P.Hamb. II 167 recto»

11.00 Discussion and coffee break

Session 2: Literary Insights II

Chair: Chiara RENDA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

11.30 Adam GITNER (Thesaurus linguae Latinae / Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften):
«P.Mich. VII 430 and the Tradition of Latin Gnomic Collections»
12.00 Alessandro GARCEA (Sorbonne Université Lumière Lyon 2):
«Medical or Culinary Recipes? On the technical prose of a 1st-century roll (Heidelberg, Institut für Papyrologie, inv. Lat. 1 a–b)»
12.30 Peter KRUSCHWITZ (Universität Wien):
«‘Coercens detinet ignoto tristis harena solo': the Latin verse inscriptions from Roman Egypt between literature and folk poetry»

13.00 Discussion and lunch break

Session 3: Literary Insights III

Chair: Gianluca DEL MASTRO (Università degli Studi della Campania ‘Luigi Vanvitelli')

14.30 Stefano ROCCHI (Università degli Studi di Pavia):
«‘Varus, give me back my... money!' Marginal notes on the Hadrianus»
15.00 Tiziano DORANDI (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – Centre Jean Pépin):
«The Latin Papyri from the Library of Herculaneum: new acquisitions and perspectives»
15.30 Valeria PIANO (Università degli Studi di Firenze):
«Editing the Carmen de bello Aegyptiaco for the CLTP: new results and further perspectives»

16.00 Discussion and coffee break

Session 4: Linguistic Insights I

Chair: Eleanor DICKEY (University of Reading)

16.30 Rodney AST (Universität Heidelberg):
«Towards a Corpus of Latin Ostraca from Egypt and Other Parts of North Africa»
17.00 Andrea BERNINI (Universität Heidelberg):
«Markedness and Unmarkedness in Latin Ostraca: detecting linguistic and scribal patterns»
17.30 Carles MURCIA SANCHEZ (Universitat de Barcelona):
«Latin Ostraca from the Tripolitanian limes (Assenamat, Golas): linguistic analysis of Paleo-Amazigh personal names and external implications»

18.00 Discussion and light dinner


TUESDAY, 5 JULY 2022 – AULA PIOVANI, DIPARTIMENTO DI STUDI UMANISTICI

Session 5: Linguistic Insights II

Chair: Pierluigi CUZZOLIN (Università degli Studi di Bergamo)

9.00 Eleanor DICKEY (University of Reading):
«From Roman Egypt to the Renaissance: the evolution of the Celtis glossary, part 1»
9.30 Rolando FERRI (Università di Pisa):
«From Roman Egypt to the Renaissance: the evolution of the Celtis glossary, part 2»
10.00 Alessia PEZZELLA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«Some Usages of Latin Language, Script, and Culture in Documentary Texts on Papyrus by Soldiers: identity, profession, and social intentions»

10.30 Discussion and coffee break

Session 6: Linguistic Insights III

Chair: Giuseppe GERMANO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

11.00 David LANGSLOW (The University of Manchester):
«Aspects of the Latin of sixth-century Ravenna, in the papyri and medical translations»
11.30 Rosanna SORNICOLA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«The Relevance of the ‘Italian Papyri' to the Study of Late Latin and the Emergence of the Romance Vernacular»
12.00 Giovan Battista D'ALESSIO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«On the Latin-Arabic Bilingual Papyrus BL 3124: linguistic, palaeographic and historical considerations»

12.30 Discussion and lunch break

Session 7: Palaeographic Insights I

Chair: Antonella GHIGNOLI (‘Sapienza', Università di Roma)

14.30 Teresa DE ROBERTIS (Università degli Studi di Firenze):
«La scrittura dei papiri latini e la storia della scrittura»
15.00 Serena AMMIRATI, Marco FRESSURA (Università Roma Tre):
«Latin Papyri and the Birth of Minuscule Script: where are we at?»
15.30 Paolo FIORETTI (Università degli Studi di Bari ‘Aldo Moro'):
«Roman Script between Papyri and Graffiti»

16.00 Discussion and coffee break

Session 8: Palaeographic Insights II

Chair: Giovan Battista D'ALESSIO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

16.30 Giulio IOVINE (‘Alma Mater Studiorum', Università di Bologna):
«Punctuation and Abbreviating Signs in Latin Documentary Papyri, Ostraka and Tablets from Roman East (BC I – VII AD)»
17.00 Alberto NODAR (Universitat ‘Pompeu Fabra', Barcelona):
«Some Reflections on the Presence of Diacritics in the Montserrat Cicero's In Catilinam I and II»
17.30 Antonella GHIGNOLI (‘Sapienza', Università di Roma):
«Between Parchment Manuscripts and Papyrus Documents: rethinking the problem of the Latin shorthand between Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages»
18.00 Michelle BROWN (School of Advanced Study, University of London):
«Multum in parvo: the curious history of a membrane fragment from St Catherine's Sinai and what its materiality can reveal concerning post-Roman East–West relations»

18.30 Discussion and light dinner


WEDNESDAY, 6 JULY 2022 – AULA DEI CATALOGHI LIGNEI, DIPARTIMENTO DI STUDI UMANISTICI

Session 9: Juridical and Historical Insights I

Chair: Carla MASI DORIA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

9.00 Cosimo CASCIONE (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«Papiri latini e diritto: note documentarie, storiche, letterarie»
9.30 Fara NASTI (Università della Calabria):
«Ancient Jurists and Latin Papyri»
10.00 Pierangelo BUONGIORNO (Università di Macerata):
«The Julio-Claudian Procedural Reforms in the Light of BGU 611 and BGU 628. A review»

10.30 Discussion and coffee break

Session 10: Juridical and Historical Insights II

Chair: Giovanna Daniela MEROLA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

11.00 Jakub URBANIK (University of Warsaw):
«Dioskoros' Legal Latin. Dilettante's smoke screen or professional's brand?»
11.30 Michele PEDONE (Universität Bamberg):
«Chasing the dixit's: the contribution of the CLTP to the study of Roman justice»
12.00 François GERARDIN (Universität Basel):
«Latin in the City: language choice and the people of Antinoopolis»

12.30 Discussion and lunch break

Session 11: Juridical and Historical Insights III

Chair: Umberto ROBERTO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

14.30 Livia CAPPONI (Università degli Studi di Pavia):
«Acamas eques»
15.00 Fritz MITTHOF (Universität Wien):
«Latin Papyri as Source for the Roman Consular Dating System»
15.30 Lucia C. COLELLA (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II'):
«Soldiers and Veterans in Roman Wills from Egypt before AD 212»

16.00 Discussion and coffee break

Session 12: Updating Methodologies: disseminating PLATINUM's researches

Chair: Maria Chiara SCAPPATICCIO (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II')

16.30 Michael SHARP (Cambridge University Press):
«Cambridge, Latin and Papyri»
16.45 Peter TOTH (The British Library):
«Latin Papyri in the British Library – collaborative research and its wide-reaching implications»

17.00 Conclusions
Eleanor DICKEY (University of Reading)
Maria Chiara SCAPPATICCIO (Università di Napoli ‘Federico II')

Organising committee: Maria Chiara Scappaticcio, Eleanor Dickey, Lucia C. Colella and Alessia Pezzella
Secretariat: Vincenzo A. Morone (Project Management Assistant)

Lieu de la manifestation : Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Napoli
Organisation : Maria Chiara Scappaticcio
Contact : mariachiara.scappaticcio[at]unina.it

 

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