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Touring the Meritt Library: The Agora Cabinets

This entry is adapted from materials originally posted on the Krateros Instagram page on November 30, 2020. November 30, 2020: Meritt’s notebooks aren’t our only connection to the Agora excavation of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens! We’ve got two cabinets chock full of material on inscriptions from the Agora. The upper card file, … Continue reading Touring the Meritt Library: The Agora Cabinets

IG II(2) 3544: Honors for Lucius Flavius Flamma

The following translation was made by Victor Park as part of an ancient Greek course at The Lawrenceville School in 2020-2021. It was reviewed by Krateros Project Manager Aaron Hershkowitz and Krateros Project Director Angelos Chaniotis. The people of Athens honor the general commanding the hoplites and gymnasiarch and priest of Zeus of Good Counsel … Continue reading IG II(2) 3544: Honors for Lucius Flavius Flamma

IG II(2) 1235: Honors for Chairetios of Eleusis

The following translation was made by Emilia Onuonga as part of an ancient Greek course at The Lawrenceville School in 2019. It was reviewed by Krateros Project Manager Aaron Hershkowitz and Krateros Project Director Angelos Chaniotis. Thrasyphon son of Hierokleidos from the deme of Xypete proposed: whereas the hierephant Chairetios continues being well-minded towards the … Continue reading IG II(2) 1235: Honors for Chairetios of Eleusis

Note on Agora XV 91

As work continues on the Krateros Project, the comparison of squeezes in the collection of the Institute for Advanced Study with their publications – a critical step required for quality control – has revealed errors that have previously been overlooked by the scholarly community, which are being presented here in advance of eventual publication: * … Continue reading Note on Agora XV 91

Note on Agora XV 289-289a

As work continues on the Krateros Project, the comparison of squeezes in the collection of the Institute for Advanced Study with their publications – a critical step required for quality control – has revealed errors that have previously been overlooked by the scholarly community, which are being presented here in advance of eventual publication: * … Continue reading Note on Agora XV 289-289a

The Lawrenceville School Collaboration

In Spring 2019, Aaron Hershkowitz, Krateros Project Manager, had a fortuitous meeting with Scott Barnard, Latin Master at the nearby Lawrenceville School. Hershkowitz and Barnard had both recently received their Classics PhDs from Rutgers, and the meeting was an opportunity to catch up and share notes about their respective new ventures. The Lawrenceville School offers … Continue reading The Lawrenceville School Collaboration

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