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Géza Alföldy (1935-2011) was a ancient historian and an epigraphist. He studied in Hungary, where he started his academic career. In 1965, he moved to Germany and continued his research and teaching activity there.
 
Géza Alföldy (1935-2011) was a ancient historian and an epigraphist. He studied in Hungary, where he started his academic career. In 1965, he moved to Germany and continued his research and teaching activity there.
  
A Facebook page dedicated to Prof. Alföldy is mantained by Csaba Szabó with the goal of spreading the knowledge of his work and heritage. A report of this activity is in the poster: [http://www.eagle-network.eu/wp-content/gallery/digital-poster-exhibition/alfoldy-poszter.jpg|Géza Alföldy on the facebook. Popularyzing ancient history and epigraphy: future perspectives], presented at the [http://www.eagle-network.eu/about/events/eagle2014/|EAGLE2014 Conference].
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A Facebook page dedicated to Prof. Alföldy is mantained by Csaba Szabó with the goal of spreading the knowledge of his work and heritage. A report of this activity is in the poster: [http://www.eagle-network.eu/wp-content/gallery/digital-poster-exhibition/alfoldy-poszter.jpg|Géza Alföldy on the facebook. Popularyzing ancient history and epigraphy: future perspectives], presented at the [http://www.eagle-network.eu/about/events/eagle2014/ EAGLE2014 Conference].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:21, 6 January 2015

Géza Alföldy (1935-2011) was a ancient historian and an epigraphist. He studied in Hungary, where he started his academic career. In 1965, he moved to Germany and continued his research and teaching activity there.

A Facebook page dedicated to Prof. Alföldy is mantained by Csaba Szabó with the goal of spreading the knowledge of his work and heritage. A report of this activity is in the poster: Alföldy on the facebook. Popularyzing ancient history and epigraphy: future perspectives, presented at the EAGLE2014 Conference.