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Multilingualism and Minority Languages in Ancient Europe -26-27/06/2019, Roma (Italy)

22.06.2019

 

 

 

 

FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 26-27/06/2019

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Aula Odeion, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma (Roma, Italy)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: S. Kaczko; A.C.Cassio; L. Alfieri; A. Lepone 

 

INFO: PDF - Poster - sara.kaczko@uniroma1.it

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: 

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: 

26th June 2019

9:15 Official Opening and Welcome Address (DEAN; HEAD OF FACULTY; HEAD OF DEPARTMENT; AIEGL PRESIDENT)


10:00 Session I
S.MINON (ÉPHE, Paris): Acculturation onomastique en Méditerranée antique: le nom d’assonance Ζώπυρος
A.C. CASSIO (Sapienza-Università di Roma): A Tale of Coins and Suffixes: Western Greeks, Italic World, and Rome.


DISCUSSION

11:30-12:00 Coffee Break

12:00 Session II
E. CRESPO (Madrid Autónoma) - G. K. GIANNAKIS (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): The provenance of
the Dodona oracle consultants
P. GUIJARRO (Madrid Autónoma): Dialect contact and koineization: the case of Greek colonies in the Aegean Thrace
P. FILOS (University of Ioannina): Linguistic and dialectal contacts in ancient Epirus and S. Illyria in the light of onomastic evidence


DISCUSSION

13:30-14:45 Lunch Break

14:45 Session III
M. JANSE (UGent & Harvard University): Asia Minor as a Linguistic Area, 1924 BC-AD 1924
J. VANDEWALLE (UGent): Greek-Turkish-Armenian language contacts and the Anatolian substrate in Asia Minor


DISCUSSION

16-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-18.00 Session IV (Chair A. LUBOTSKJ – Leiden University)
KAAN İREN (Muğla University): Have the Phrygians ever been in Daskyleion / Dascyleum
ALJOŠA ŠORGO (Leiden University): Phrygian and its neighbors
ALWIN KLOEKHORST (Leiden University): Language movement in pre-Classical Western Anatolia


DISCUSSION

 


27th June 2019

9:15 Welcome Address to the Second Day & Session V
L. PRAUSCELLO (Oxford University): Menander’s Simik(h)e and onomastic variations in Greek: a reappraisal.
S. KACZKO (Sapienza-Università di Roma): Greek Dialects, Standard Greek, and Linguistic Contact in Ancient Greece


DISCUSSION

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 Session VI
C. BRUNO (Unistrasi): “What is your Dream?” The Syntax of οἴομαι in the papyri of the Memphis Serapeum
M. BENEDETTI, F. LOGOZZO, L. TRONCI (Unistrasi): Investigating multilingualism through translations. The case of the Greek participles in the Vulgate
P. POCCETTI (Università di Tor Vergata): Variazioni in iscrizioni dell’Italia antica ripetute o opistografe.
DISCUSSION

12:45-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 Session VII
M. WEISS (Cornell University, NY): Observations on the eítuns inscriptions of Pompeii
M.MANCINI (Sapienza-Università di Roma): Semiotica sannita: a proposito di osco pukam


DISCUSSION

15.15-15:45 Coffee Break

15:45-17:15 Session VIII
M. LOMBARDO – G. BOFFA (Unisalento), Contatti e interazioni nella Puglia antica: il quadro-storico culturale, alfabeti e alfabetari.
A. JAIA – A. LEPONE (Sapienza-Università di Roma), La Grotta della Poesia (Roca Vecchia): struttura e funzioni
S. MARCHESINI (Alteritas Consortium: The relationship between medium and message in the written cultures
of ancient Italy: The case of the Grotta Poesia.


DISCUSSION

17:15-18:30 Round Table: Multiculturalism and Multilingualism in South Italy
F. SILVESTRELLI (Unisalento) – M. DENOYELLE (Institute Nationale d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris); S. MINON (École Pratique des hautes études, Paris); A.C. CASSIO (Sapienza)

 

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