The Mapping Ancient Polytheisms project proposes a Summer School in collaboration with the French Research Centre in Jerusalem ( which covers the project’s themes and tools. Contact: [email protected] ; [email protected]

Course offering

The Summer School will be implemented in English.

The proposed training surrounds the project’s epigraphic sources, both Greek and Semitic, as well as certain methods and tools from the digital humanities which are applied to the study of these sources. The courses will take place at the facilities of the French Research Centre in Jerusalem, a research facility which is under the authority of the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs – MEAE, and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).


There are 15 places available.

The chosen candidates will receive:

– Support with on-site public transport, including the Ben Gurion Airport-Jerusalem journey;

– Support with their accommodation (according to availability, rooms may be shared);

– Dinner in the town on the first and the last evening;

– Entrance to the sites and transport during excursions.


The Summer School is open to students who are enrolled in a doctorate degree, post-doctoral researchers and young researchers who defended their thesis less than 5 years ago. Their doctorate and research should fall under the following domains: Antiquity (history and archaeology), Religions, Classics.

Files must be submitted, in PDF format only, by email entitled “Summer School MAP 2019” to the following addresses:

[email protected] ; [email protected]

The deadline for submitting files is the 31st of October, 2018.

Results will be issued on the 12th of November, 2018

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