On 22-27 August 2022 will be held in Venice and Padua the 24th International Congress of Byzantine Studies: Byzantium – Bridge Between Worlds.
On Friday, 26th August, 17:00-19:00, the session of the GraphEast project (San Giobbe Aula 7B) will gather:
- Savvas Mavromatidis, “The Funerary Inscriptions in Cyprus During the Lusignan Period (1192–1474/89): Typology and Functions”;
- Thierry Gregor, “The Stone Cutting Techniques of the Latin and Byzantine Inscriptions in Cyprus During the Frankish Occupation”;
- Mia Trentin, “Exploring Cypriot Socio-Cultural Interactions Through the Island’s Medieval Graffiti”;
- Maria Aimé Villano, “Cras dabor non hodie: The case of a mysterious inscribed vessel from the Musée du Louvre”;
- Nikiforos Tsougarakis, “Latin Graffiti in the Churches of Venetian Crete: The Problems of an Ambiguous Source”;
- Vladimir Agrigoroaei, “The Ambiguous Scarcity of Medieval Moreote Inscriptions in Latin Alphabet”;
- Hasan Sercan Sağlam, “The Epigraphic Inventory of Galata (Pera) as an Intercultural Urban Memory”;
- Dmitri Valkov, “L’epigrafia genovese tra la Gazaria e la Romania negli anni 1300-1400: Modalità di funzionamento nell’Oltremare”.
On Monday, 22nd August, at 17:00 (San Giobbe Aula 10 A), Estelle Ingrand-Varenne will talk about “Latin Epigraphic Testimonies
in 13th Century Constantinople” in the session convened by Andreas Rhoby and Ida Toth on “The epigraphies of Constantinople”.
To have more information and to see the whole programme: https://byzcongress2022.org/