A list of epigraphic surveys and research organised, supported or facilitated by the BIAA
Start: 1992 - End: 2010
Between 1992 and 2010 David French and Stephen Mitchell undertook a project aimed at studying and recording any inscriptions surviving in the Byzantine or Turkish monuments of Ankara.
Start: 1988 - End: 1990
In 1988 the Pisidia Survey Project initiated a new site at Ariassos under the direction of Stephen Mitchell. A plan of the site was created, inscriptions were recorded, and structures were studied – all of which allowed for a picture of Ariassos’ history to emerge with greater clarity.
Start: 1984 - End: 1985
Epigraphic exploration was undertaken in the Kibyratis region (Burdur Province) between 1984 and 1985, with Alan Hall as project director. Many new texts were discovered and recorded during the course of this project.
Start: 1975 - End: 1982
The Regional Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor (RECAM) Project was undertaken between 1975 and 1982 with David French as project director. In an era marked by financial concern, the RECAM project provided a low-cost project that nevertheless made a real and lasting contribution to scholarship on topics concerning Anatolia in the Roman period.
Start: 1968 - End: 1969
J. D. Hawkins’ work on Hittite hieroglyphic inscriptions, which culminated in the corpus of all surviving texts in the hieroglyphic Luwian script, was supported by grants from the BIAA in 1968 and 1969.
Start: 1961 - End: 1962
In 1961 and 1962 Shelagh Jameson conducted epigraphical fieldwork in Pamphylia, Lycia, and other regions. Over one hundred inscriptions were recorded.
Start: 1955 - End: 1959
In the 1950s G. E. Bean travelled in the area of Pisidia closest to Phrygia (Burdur Province) finding stones, inscriptions, and surface sherds dating primarily to the Roman Imperial period.