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Corpus Corporum Sidonius

November 26, 2021

The University of Zürich has developed a new version of its Corpus Corporum repository of late Latin literature based on Migne’s Patrologia latina. This also… Read more

On Anthemius’ Side

November 25, 2021

A straightforwardly partisan portrait of Anthemius from the Byzantinist Henry Hopwood-Phillips: ‘Anthemius, the Betrayed Byzantine Saviour of the West’, blogpost The Byzantine Ambassador, 16 September… Read more

Giannotti Reviews Mascoli

November 25, 2021

In BSL 51,2, July-December 2021, pp. 719-21, Filomena Giannotti reviews Patrizia Mascoli’s recent Italian translation of Sidonius’ correspondence: ‘Patrizia Mascoli … corona … una militanza… Read more

Müller on Occasional Poetry

November 16, 2021

Gernot Michael Müller is to fill one of the slots of the Bonn online lecture series ‘The Auspicious Occasion’ with: ‘Gelegenheiten zur Selbstbehauptung – Sidonius… Read more

Bari-Durham Writing Letters

November 16, 2021

On 25 and 26 November, an international colloquium will be held of early career researchers in ancient epistolography, organised by the Universities of Bari and… Read more

Liccardo on the Heruli

November 5, 2021

Salvatore Liccardo made a blogpost ‘Identical Strangers: The History of the Heruli Between the 3rd and the 5th Century’, ÖAW 12 October 2021. It is… Read more

Sagittarius or Syagrius in Ep. 2.4?

October 30, 2021

Gavin Kelly published a blogpost titled ‘A textual and onomastic problem in Sidonius’: In modern editions, Sidonius’ letter 2.4 is addressed to an otherwise unknown… Read more

Giannotti Awarded Premio Virgilio

October 19, 2021

Filomena Giannotti has been awarded the Premio Internazionale Virgilio ‘Mantua’ for her outstanding work on Vergil, and on reception in editing Giorgio Caproni, Il mio… Read more

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