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Faculty of Classics

 

Research

Publication of Greek and Latin inscriptions found at Aprhodisias up to 1994. See the Inscriptions of Aphrodisias Project website: http://insaph.kcl.ac.uk/cocoon/insaph/index.html

Online publication of Greek and Latin inscriptions found in Roman Cyrenaica.

Publications

Key publications: 

Christian Monuments of Cyrenaica (London, 2003) - an edition and updating of unpublished work left by J. B. Ward Perkins and R. G. Goodchild
Aphrodisias and Rome (London, 1982) 
(with R. Tannenbaum) Jews and Godfearers at Aphrodisias (Cambridge, 1987) 
(with J. B. Ward Perkins) Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania (Rome, 1952)

Retired Reader in Roman Historical Epigraphy
Miss Joyce  Reynolds

Contact Details

Faculty of Classics
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 9DA
Not available for consultancy

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Latest news

Corbett Lecture 2021, “Sympathy and the Problem of Nature”

6 October 2021

Professor Brooke Holmes, Princeton University, will deliver this year’s Corbett Lecture in G19 on Thursday October 21 at 5.00 p.m.

Collaboration between the Faculty of Classics and the University of Ghana

20 October 2021

We are proud to announce that the Faculty of Classics has established a collaborative link with the University of Ghana, generously funded by the Cambridge-Africa ALBORADA Research fund. Developing new connections with Ghana promises to open up new possibilities for research and teaching, which will be beneficial for both...

SOUNDING ALDBOROUGH 2021 Episode 1

19 October 2021

The podcast for Aldborough Roman Town , written and presented by Dr Rose Ferraby, is now available. See the project page for more information .

Onassis Foundation endowing a fellowship for the creation of a new post in Classics

12 October 2021

A new University post linked to Newnham will continue a College tradition of teaching, research, and taking Classics out into the wider world that goes back more than a century to Jane Harrison. Newnham College, Cambridge is launching the Onassis Classics Fellowship in order to secure a permanent position for the teaching...