Epigraphies of pious travel


18:30–19:00 Welcome Address and Introduction, Claudia Rapp, Andreas Rhoby, Rachael Helen Banes

19:00–20:00 Keynote
Ian Rutherford, Lived Religion and the Graffiti-Habit before the Christian Period: Some Case-Studies from Egypt and Other Cultures

09:30–11:00 Methodologies for Studying Pilgrimage Graffiti
– Marlena Whiting, Graffiti and Gender: Graffiti as Testimony for Women and Gendered Behaviour on Pilgrimage
– Rachael Helen Banes, Does Pilgrimage Graffiti have to be Religious? A Discussion
– Arkadiy Avdokhin, Christian Graffiti and Travel: Methodologies, Outcomes, and a Case Study from Hierapolis

11:30–12:30 Pilgrimage Graffiti Before Christianity
– Elizabeth Frood, Scales of Belonging: (Re-)Assessing Local and Nonlocal Graffiti Practices in Ancient Egyptian Temples
– Ilaria Bucci, Pilgrimage in Hatra: People, Places and Time in Local Religious Practices

14:00–15:30 Pilgrimage Graffiti in the Holy Land
– Grigory Kessel, A Survey of Pilgrimage Graffiti in Syriac
– Yana Tchekhanovets, Armenian and Georgian Graffiti in the Holy Land
– Estelle Ingrand-Varenne and Clément Dussart, A Landscape of Signs: the Southern Façade of the Holy Sepulchre (12th-16th c.)

16:00–17:00 Christian and Non-Christian Graffiti in the Medieval Era
– Adam Łajtar, Pilgrimage Graffiti in Christian Nubia
– Frédéric Imbert, On the roads of Arabia: Muslim Pilgrims and their Graffiti during the Early Islam Period

10:00–11:30 Pilgrimage Graffiti Between East and West
– Savva Mikheev and Alexei Gippius, Early East Slavic Epigraphy Outside Rus: Texts and Contexts
– Mia Gaia Trentin, Between Tangible and Intangible: The Wall as Interactive Space of Worshipping in Medieval and Early Modern Cyprus.
– Antonio Enrico Felle, Pilgrims in Early Medieval Rome. Writings religionis causa in the Sanctuary of Marcellinus and Petrus (7th-9th cent.)

11:30–12:00 Concluding Remarks, Rachael Helen Banes, Andreas Rhoby

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Christine Gadrat-Ouerfelli (2023, 30 novembre). Epigraphies of pious travel. Il ne scet rien qui ne va hors. Consulté le 28 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/v98f

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