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Falsifications and Authority in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

LECTIO, Leuven Centre for the study of the transmission of texts and ideas in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Leuven, 6-7 December 2012
Location: The Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe.


6 December 2012

09.45 JAN PAPY (Leuven). Welcome and Introduction.
10.15 JACQUELINE HYLKEMA (Leiden). The Forgery of Isaac Casaubon’s Name: Authority and The Originall of Idolatries.
10.45 Discussion
11.00 Break
11.30 KATIE EAST (London). The Fate of the Pridie: Tracing the Decline of Manuscript Authority.
12.00 JOAN CARBONELL MANILS & GERARD GONZÁLEZ GERMAIN (Barcelona). Causes, Opportunities and Methods in the Falsification of Roman Epigraphy in Renaissance Spain. The Case of the Tetrarchs’ Inscriptions.
14.00 ROBERT LEIGH (Exeter). Is On Theriac to Piso a Forgery?
14.30 CHRISTINA SAVINO (Berlin). Galen’s Commentary on Hippocrates’ De humoribus (1562-3): The Making of a Forgery.
16.00 MIRKO CANEVARO (Edinburgh/Mannheim). The documents in the Attic orators: early antiquarians and unintentional forgers.
16.30 LUIGI SILVANO (Roma). Four medieval forged orations of Aeschines, Demades and Demosthenes and their Renaissance afterlife.

Public keynote lecture
19.30 ANTHONY GRAFTON (Princeton University). Annius of Viterbo and the Jews.

7 December 2012
9.30 ANGELA ULACCO (Leuven). The creation of authority in Pseudo-Pythagorean texts and their reception in late ancient philosophy.
10.00 FELIX RACINE (St Andrews). Pseudo-Plutarch’s On Rivers and the school tradition.
11.30 FREDERIK KEYGNAERT (Leuven). The Records of the Council of Limoges (1031) by Ademar of Chabannes: Forgery at the Service of Episcopal Authority.
12.00 EARLE HAVENS (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore). Bibliotheca Fictiva: A Library of Forgeries from Antiquity to the Renaissance.
14.00 GEORGES DECLERCQ (Brussels). The Paschal Controversy and the Authority of the Church of Alexandria: Latin Pseudepigraphical Writings Attributed to Athanasius, Cyrillus and Other Patriarchs in the Early Medieval West.
14.30 CHRISTIAN MÜLLER (Erlangen-Nürnberg). Rufinus versus Jerome in the falsification affair.
15.00 LIEVE VAN HOOF (Göttingen). Who scores the own goal? The supposed correspondence between Basil and Libanius.

Organizing committee
Jan Papy (KU Leuven), Gerd Van Riel (KU Leuven), Sylvain Delcomminette (ULB), Kristoffel Demoen (U Gent), An Faems (KU Leuven), Erika Gielen (KU Leuven)
Scientific committee
Rita Beyers (UA), Kristoffel Demoen (U Gent), Sylvain Delcomminette (ULB), Anthony Grafton (Princeton University), Johan Leemans (KU Leuven), Brigitte Meijns (KU Leuven), Jan Opsomer (KU Leuven), Jos Verheyden (KU Leuven)
With the generous support of the Leuven International Doctoral School for the Humanities and Social Sciences, FWO-Vlaanderen, the International Programme of the HIW and the research committee of the Faculty of Arts (KU Leuven).

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