Category: Publication

Divine epithets and memory issues in Classical and Hellenistic Athens

On May 11, 2019, at the international HeRMA (EA 3811) conference « Pratiques religieuses, mémoire et identités dans le monde gréco-romain », organized by Delphine Ackermann, Yves Lafond and Alexandre Vincent in Poitiers, Sylvain Lebreton presented a paper on the possible memorial connotations of some divine epithets. In MAP’s perspective to examine the links between […]

What is an “onomastic sequence”? Read the first paper of the MAP team

  The naming systems of the Greek and Semitic gods are so complex that the notions of “theonym” and “epithet” do not allow us to understand all the cases attested in the documentation. By focusing on the celestial gods, from a comparative perspective, sequences combining various onomastic attributes that reveal the links between the gods […]

Listen to the 3rd seminar “Noms de dieu(x)!”

Each session of the third seminar “Noms de dieu(x)! – Textes, images et contextes d’usage” (January-June, 2019) is recorded. Please click on the following links to listen to the podcast of the MAP seminar. 21st  January 2019 – Marie-Jeanne Roche (EPHE-CNRS), Noms, épithètes, attributs, images du grand dieu nabatéen, Dûsharâ. 4th February 2019 – Thomas Galoppin […]

Mapping gods in many languages

Mapping gods in many languages: the onomastic attributes in the Greek-Phoenician bilingual inscriptions. How to address the gods in several languages? Corinne Bonnet and Maria Bianco examined divine onomastic attributes from the Greco-Phoenician bilingual inscriptions. What happened to the names of the gods during their passage from one language to another? By mean of translation, […]

Listen to the seminars on podcast!

New feature on our website: podcasts of all the conferences are now avalaible. Currently, you can access seminar 2 “Noms de dieux! – Les dieux aux frontières” with the following links: ¤ Alberto Cantera Glera (FUBerlin) : “Noms et épithètes des dieux, dédicaces rituelles et calendriers dans la tradition avestique antique” ¤ Valérie Matoïan (CNRS […]

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