ICLL 2022

21st International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

30 de mayo a 3 de junio de 2022

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Grupo de Investigación

Estudos Clásicos e Medievais

USC (Santiago/Lugo)

ICLL 2021

21st International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
24 al 28 de mayo de 2021
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Grupo de Investigación

Estudos Clásicos e Medievais

USC (Santiago / Lugo)

The Research Group “Classic and Medieval Studies” at the USC (GI-1908) is formed by researchers on Greek and Latin texts at the Department of Classical, French and Italian Philology at the University of Santiago (in its campuses of Santiago de Compostela and Lugo)
Since 2015 is a Competitive Reference Group recognized by the Xunta de Galicia. This website is intended to serve as a way of communicating research results, as a presentation space of its activities and as a space for connection among researchers

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Manuel Mayo will participate in The Cambridge PIER Workshops 2021

The Cambridge PIER Workshops 2021

Researcher Manuel Mayo will participate in The Cambridge PIER Workshops 2021 with a panel on the Indo-European theme of birds that bring sacred drinks.

The Cambridge PIER Workshops are the warm-up events leading up to the Proto-Indo-European Reconstruction Conference: Problems, possibilities and new perspectives. During this event, which will take place between May and June, three workshops will be held around some central themes of Indo-European reconstruction. The aim of this meeting is to stimulate discussions on problems, possibilities and new perspectives for specific areas of Proto-Indo-European reconstruction.
The first panel, entitled Reconstructing Indo-European Culture: Moving Through and Beyond Language, will be chaired by the PhD student Manuel Mayo, who will talk about the Indo-European theme of birds that bring sacred drinks to the gods. During this presentation, an analysis of texts belonging to the Indian, Germanic, Greek, Celtic and Hittite traditions will be carried out in order to reconstruct, through the methodology of historical-comparative linguistics, the indicated Indo-European theme. In addition, in order to understand what is behind the myths about birds that provide drinks with miraculous properties, an approach will be made from the perspective of Indo-European shamanism and the theories on the evolution of religion.

CODOLGA

CODOLGA

O proxecto Corpus Documentale Latinum Gallaeciae (CODOLGA) acaba de publicar unha nova versión da súa base de datos, a número 17 (2020). Este proxecto está dirixido polo profesor Xosé Carracedo Fraga e desenvólvese no marco dun convenio existente entre a USC e o...

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VI Olimpiada de Traducción de Textos Clásicos

VI Olimpiada de Traducción de Textos Clásicos

Este mércores, 26 de maio de 2021, entre as 16:00 e as 20:00 horas terá lugar na Facultade de Filoloxía a celebración das probas da "VI Olimpiada de Traducción de Textos Clásicos", organizada pola Sección de Galicia da Sociedade Española de Estudos Clásicos en...

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Two lectures at the Ganimedes congress

Two lectures at the Ganimedes congress

The adjective iókolpos and the mysteric-aischrologic backdrop of Herodas' work On March 4th, at the IX Ganimedes congress, held virtually this year due to Covid, the researchers in training Pablo Torres París and Elena García Paleo gave their first lectures at the...

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Lanzamiento de Thebarum fabula en las redes académicas

Lanzamiento de Thebarum fabula en las redes académicas

La doctora Criado, directora del proyecto de investigación en Humanidades Digitales Oedipodioniae Thebae. Biblioteca digital grecorromana sobre la guerra civil (Tebas), que ha dado como resultado la web Thebarum Fabula , hizo una campaña de lanzamiento en el mundo...

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