Introducing Heritage Gazetteer of Libya

Heritage Gazetteer of Libya, and the Online Archives of the British Institute for Libyan and Northern African Studies. Available: https://slsgazetteer.org/ In 2008 a team from Germany, the UK and the US received funding for the Concordia project, to explore the use of...

Introducing Niccolò Mugnai

I currently hold a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship at the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford, where I am investigating the impact and reception of Roman-period architecture in provincial contexts of the Greco-Roman world, with a particular focus on...

Introducing François Chevrollier

François Chevrollier’s involvement in the Libyan Epigraphy Research Network stems from his research on Cyrenaican epigraphy–that began in the late 2000s with a master’s thesis on the officials of the city-states of Cyrenaica—as well as his work as co-director of...

Introducing: The Ward-Perkins Archive

The John Bryan Ward-Perkins Archive preserved at the British School at Rome (BSR) is a complex assemblage of materials encompassing drawings, photographs, slides, written notes, sketches, plans and a copious exchange of letters, both administrative and personal in...

Introducing: Caroline Barron

Caroline Barron is Assistant Professor in Classics (Roman History) in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at Durham University. She is an ancient historian with a research interest in the cultural and historical significance of Latin epigraphy from...

Introducing: Inscriptions of Libya Platform

Inscriptions of Libya Platform (in development) The projected Inscriptions of Libya (InsLib) platform intends to offer a portal enabling search across the various corpora from a single point of access, bringing information about Libyan historical documents to a range...