• Pleinlaan 2

    1050 Brussels


Organization profile

Organisation profile

Research within the department SKLA is very diverse and therefore it was opted to refer to a number of keywords which coincide with the main research areas of the group. 1. Humanism and Renaissance (Marnix van Sint-Aldegonde, Justus Lipsius, Hadriaan Beverland); 2. Social and cultural study of carmina; 3. Epigraphica Latina; 4. Ionian prose (language and style); 5. Epistolography (second half of the 16th century); 6. Epigraphy and papyrology (inscriptions of Apamea in Syrië, ostraca of Mons Claudianus and Mons Porphyrites in Egypt, social and economic history of the Egyptian village of Tebtynis in the Graeco-Roman period, edition of Greek papyri; Greek agonistica). Alongside with SKLA a number of research units also develop research on Latin and Greek writers, documents and language; as there are 'Greek and Latin Documents' and the Interuniversity Centre for Renaissance and Humanism, which will be described in detail on the following pages.


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