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Publications

Recent publications

  • Co-author for the 3rd Edition of A. Kamm's "The Romans" for Routledge (November 2014).
  • "The word is not enough: A new methodology for assessing monumental epigraphy. A case study from Imperial Ephesos", American Journal of Archaeology (July 2013).
  • "Reappraising the value of Same text relationships: a study of inscriptions in the Monumental landscape in Aphrodisias." A chapter for the book Text and Materiality (forthcoming).
  • "Understanding the Roman Empire: A brief history" published by Oxford Analytica, 2008.
  • Contributor of reading, comments and photos for the online publication and database "Inscriptions of Aphrodisias" (2007) Kings College London.

Recent papers

  • "Early Christian Women: Tales from the Catacombs of Roman" Paper for the November meeting of the UCM (Chiswick branch); Diocese of Westminster (2013).
  • "Setting the stage: Dramatic differences in similar texts at Aphrodisias", The Classical Assocation conference (Reading) April 5 2013.
  • "Same Text Relationships at the Sebasteion in Aphrodisias" Feb. 4th 2013. Oxford Epigraphy workshop.
  • "Restoration & Recarving: the role of images and online databases in reconstructing ancient texts & monuments', Postgraduate Course in Epigraphy; the British School at Rome (July 2012).
  • Ancient and modern Olympic traditions' A Presentation for St.Mary's RC Primary School in Chiswick (June 2012)
  • "It's Greek to Me: Greek Epigraphy as a source" Kings College London: Summer School in Classics (July 2012).
  • "Monumental Inscriptions and Architectural Space in Roman Asia Minor" at Durham University, 'Text and Context' lecture series (October 2011).
  • "Understanding Roman Epigraphy and it's place in the Ancient World", University College London, Epigraphy Workshop in the Classics for the British Summer School in the Classics, (July 2011).

Works in progress

  • Bad Dates: Palaeography, Recarving and Epigraphic culture in Republican Rome.
  • "Reading between the lines: Paratext and Paleography: A case study from Aphrodisias" (in progress).
  • "Out Out Damn Spot, LIfe is but a walking shadow": The monumental implications of Damnatio Memoriae: A case study from Ephesus"
  • Paper for the American Philological Association's annual conference (Chicago: Jan 5th 2014) "From Lord and Master to Damned hereafter: Domitian and the "formal?" process of Damnatio Memoriae at Ephesus.