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FECHA/DATE/DATA: 28/09/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: King's College London (London, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Robin Osborne

INFO: kclhistoryworkshop2018@gmail.com

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09:15-09:45 Registration and welcome address 09:45-10:15 CAMERON G. PEARSON (University of Warsaw) – Croesus Remembered: Early Local History in a New Theban Epigram. 10:15-10:30 Discussion 10:30-11:00 GIORGIA PROIETTI (University of Trento) – Shaping History between Monuments and Historiography. The Memory of the Battle of Marathon before, and in, Herodotus 11:00-11:15 Discussion 11:15-11:45 Coffee Break 11:45-12:15 JAN HAYWOOD (The Open University) – Inscriptions as evidence in Xenophon 12:15-12:30 Discussion 12:30-13:00 ANDREA GIANNOTTI (Durham University) – Through Literature, Politics and History: How to Read SEG 28:46 (Theozotides’ Decree) 13:00-13:15 Discussion 13:15-14:30 Lunch Break 14:30-15:00 ANTONIO IACOVIELLO (The University of Edinburgh) – Shaping History through Stone: Purpose and Narrative Bias in the Chremonides’ Decree (IG II3 912) 15:00-15:15 Discussion 15:15-15:45 KRZYSZTOF ZIMNY (University of Warsaw) – Do as You’re Told: Magnesia on Maiandros and the God Twins 15:45-16:00 Discussion 16:00-16:30 JULIAN G. SCHNEIDER (University of Zurich) – When Judges Become Historians. Local Historiography and its Impact on Conflict Resolution 16:30-16:45 Discussion 16:45-17:15 Tea Break 17:15-18:15 Dr PAOLA CECCARELLI (UCL) – Josephus’ Poetics: Sources, Resources, and the Art of Authenticity 18:15-19:00 Closing remarks and wine reception 19:15 Conference Dinner

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