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    [First posted in AWOL 27 September 2015, updated 26 January 2018]

    Neo-Babylonian Cuneiform Corpus (NaBuCCo)

    http://nabucco.arts.kuleuven.be/nabucco/themes/Nabucco/images/Logo_NaBuCCo.jpg
    The Neo-Babylonian Cuneiform Corpus (NaBuCCo) aims at making available the large corpus of archival documents from first millennium BCE Babylonia to historians of the ancient world in general and Assyriologists in particular.
    NaBuCCo is a text-oriented website that aims at putting online textual metadata of an estimated 20,000 published Babylonian documentary sources including legal, administrative and epistolary records. These documents have been created between roughly 800 and the end of the pre-Christian era and primarily originate from the five large cities of Mesopotamia during that time: Babylon, Borsippa, Nippur, Sippar and Uruk along with their agrarian hinterland. The website collects all meta-textual data from the sources, paraphrases their content, makes the data available online, and links them (via partner websites) to the original source documents from which they are extracted.
    In addition to the text catalogue, the project offers a comprehensive up-to-date bibliography on Babylonia in the first millennium BCE.
    We hope that the project will benefit the research community. Indeed, the database with its advanced search tool, interlinked pages and extensive bibliography will enable scholars from within the field of Assyriology and also from other historical fields from all over the world to work with a comprehensive collection of Babylonian texts for their own research projects.
    n.b.  Trismegistos now contains information on 3,051 Neo-Babylonian texts made available by our KU Leuven sister project NaBuCCo.
    You can find them in Trismegistos by searching for 'Neo-Babylonian' in the Language field here: http://www.trismegistos.org/tm/search.php (with links to the original NaBuCCo site for each text).

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    Ancient World Mapping Center Annual Reports

    The Ancient World Mapping Center is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
    The Center promotes cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science as essential disciplines within the field of ancient studies through innovative and collaborative research, teaching, and community outreach activities.
    The Center invites inquiries from scholars, authors, educators, students, and the general public engaged in (or contemplating) projects related to cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science in the context of ancient studies. AWMC is committed to facilitating discussion, guidance, information exchange, collaboration, and access to cartographic and bibliographic resources in cooperation with such projects.
    AWMC continues the work of the Classical Atlas Project that produced the landmark Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (R. J. A. Talbert ed., 2000). With the publication of the print edition of the atlas in 2000, the Center began its work as an institute devoted not only to the continuation of the work of the atlas itself, but also to the advancement of a research agenda focused on the geography of the ancient Mediterranean world. The Center promotes its own independent research projects and also collaborates with scholars to produce maps on specification for scholarly publication. AWMC continues to refine the geographic dataset (both cultural and physical) for the ancient world in partnership with Pleiades.

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    [First posted in AWOL 1 January 2011. Updated 26 January  2018]

    Kentron: Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique
    ISSN: 0765-0590
    ISSN électronique: 2264-1459

    Couverture du volume 32 – 2016
    Kentron est une revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique qui ouvre ses pages aux littéraires, philosophes, linguistes, historiens et archéologues. Son champ de recherche couvre les mondes européen, méditerranéen et proche-oriental.
    Les anciens numéros (à partir de l’année 1994) sont accessibles au format PDF sur le site des Presses universitaires de Caen (http://www.unicaen.fr/puc/html/spip848a.html?rubrique142) et seront progressivement mis en ligne en texte intégral sur ce site.
    Back issues:
    Kentron 30, 2014
    Kentron 29, 2013
    Kentron 28, 2012
    Kentron 27, 2011
    Kentron 26, 2010
    Kentron 25, 2009
    Kentron 24, 2008
    Kentron 23, 2007
    Kentron 22, 2006
    Kentron 21, 2005
    Kentron 20, 1-2, 2004
    Kentron 19, 1-2, 2003
    Kentron 18, 1-2, 2002
    Kentron 17, 2, 2001
    Kentron 17, 1, 2001
    Kentron 16, 1-2, 2000
    Kentron 15, 2, 1999
    Kentron 15, 1, 1999
    Kentron 14, 1-2, 1998
    Kentron 13, 1-2, 1997
    Kentron 12, 2, 1996
    Kentron 11, 2 (1995) et 12, 1 (1996)
    Kentron 11, 1, 1995
    Kentron 10, 2, 1994
    Kentron 10, 1, 1994



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    Recent Dissertations: Universität Tübingen - 5 Philosophische Fakultät - History of ancient world to ca. 499


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    Short Archaeological Wordlist in English, Sudani Arabic and Nobiin 
    Compiled by Helmut Satzinger
    With a foreword by Julia Budka

     Every archaeologist working in northern Sudan has experienced this: puzzled looks by Nubian workmen addressed with some obviously un- comprehensive instructions and, vice- versa, confusion because the workmen are speaking something very difficult to understand... well – in the Land of the Mahas people, Nobiin is of course frequently found at archaeological excavations! This may therefore cause quite some problems, especially for excavators used to learn the colloquial language ‘on site’ in various regions, e.g. in Upper Egypt. 

    With my background of excavating in Egypt since 1997 and starting work on Sai Island in 2011, I quickly noted down as my personal wish to assimi- late new vocabulary necessary for the work in northern Sudan. Back in my first season, I even had problems with such basics as addressing my beloved and numerous pottery sherds for the workmen because fukh r was not un- derstandable for all. To support a better mutual understanding, I was thinking about how useful a swift vocabulary list could be for checking basic archae- ological terms needed in fieldwork, not only in the local Sudani Arabic, but also in Nobiin. During the European Research Council AcrossBorders project and its field seasons on Sai Island from 2013 to 2017, this wish for such a wordlist became eventually more structured and received some outlines...

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    Moral History from Herodotus to Diodorus Siculus

    Author:  
    ISBN: 9781474411073 9781474433181 Year:  Language: English 
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 101044 
    Subject: Languages and Literatures 
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    Das Theater von Ephesos. Archäologischer Befund, Funde und Chronologie

    Das Theater von Ephesos. Archäologischer Befund, Funde und Chronologie, Textband
    Authors:  ---  
    ISBN: 9783700175902 Year:  Pages: 586 Seiten Language: de 
    Publisher: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Grant: Austrian Science Fund (FWF) - PUB 341 
    Subject: Archaeology --- Social Sciences --- History of arts --- Arts in general --- Architecture --- Business and Management --- Linguistics 
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    Das Theater von Ephesos. Archäologischer Befund, Funde und Chronologie, Tafelband
    Authors:  ---  
    ISBN: 9783700175902 Year:  Pages: 486 Seiten Language: de 
    Publisher: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Grant: Austrian Science Fund (FWF) - PUB 341 
    Subject: Archaeology --- Social Sciences --- History of arts --- Arts in general --- Architecture --- Business and Management --- Linguistics 
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    First 1000 Years of Greek: XML files for the works in the First Thousand Years of Greek Projec

    The goal of this project is to collect at least one edition of every Greek work composed between Homer and 250CE with a focus on texts that do not already exist in the Perseus Digital Library. So, e.g., neither Thucydides nor the text of the New Testament are here because both of these texts are already in Perseus (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/). The TEI XML versions of the Perseus Greek texts (c. 10 million words) are available at https://github.com/PerseusDL/canonical-greekLit, where they are being revised (upgrading to epiDoc compliant P5 TEI XML) and reorganized to be more readily CTS compliant. This project has been generously funded by the Harvard Library Arcadia Fund and produced in an international cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Studies, the Harvard Library, Mount Alison University, Tufts University, the University of Leipzig, and the University of Virginia.
    All the works in the repository for which we have added metadata are listed below, organized by author, with links to the individual files. Note that all of these files are 100% CTS-compliant. If you see any problems with this list, please start an issue on the main repository page. At this time, the repository contains 20,915,084 words of CTS-compliant texts, primarily in Greek, with c. 4 million words currently being corrected and converted to epiDoc-compliant TEI XML. When these remaining texts and the Perseus collection are added, the amount of CC-licensed TEI XML Greek available on GitHub will exceed 30 million words...

  • Adamantius Judaeus (tlg0731) - 11,754 words
    • Physiognomonica (epitome Matritensis) (tlg0731.tlg003)
      • Adamantius, Physiognomonica (epitome Matritensis), Foerster, Teubner, 1893 (tlg0731.tlg003.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        3,615 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Physiognomonica (tlg0731.tlg001)
      • Adamantius, Physiognomonica, Foerster, Teubner, 1893 (tlg0731.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        8,139 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation


  • Aelius Herodianus (tlg0087) - 276,714 words
    • De figuris (tlg0087.tlg025)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ σχημάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg025.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        650 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Εἰς τὴν Ἀπολλωνίου εἰσαγωγήν (tlg0087.tlg032)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Εἰς τὴν Ἀπολλωνίου εἰσαγωγήν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg032.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        48 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Εἰς τὸ περὶ γενῶν Ἀπολλωνίου ὑπόμνημα (tlg0087.tlg014)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Εἰς τὸ περὶ γενῶν Ἀπολλωνίου ὑπόμνημα, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg014.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        54 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ μὴ πάντα τὰ ῥήματα κλίνεσθαι εἰς πάντας τοὺς χρόνους (tlg0087.tlg018)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ μὴ πάντα τὰ ῥήματα κλίνεσθαι εἰς πάντας τοὺς χρόνους, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg018.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        1,511 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ ἦν (tlg0087.tlg020)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ ἦν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg020.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        106 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ ὕδωρ (tlg0087.tlg015)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Μονόβιβλον περὶ τοῦ ὕδωρ, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg015.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        87 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ γάμου καὶ συμβιώσεως (tlg0087.tlg029)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ γάμου καὶ συμβιώσεως, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg029.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        63 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ διχρόνων (tlg0087.tlg004)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ διχρόνων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg004.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        3,963 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ κλίσεως ὀνομάτων (tlg0087.tlg013)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ κλίσεως ὀνομάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg013.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        52,846 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ μετοχῶν (tlg0087.tlg019)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ μετοχῶν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg019.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        150 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ μονήρους λέξεως (tlg0087.tlg033)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ μονήρους λέξεως, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg033.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        11,004 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ μονοσυλλάβων (tlg0087.tlg028)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ μονοσυλλάβων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg028.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        241 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ παθῶν (tlg0087.tlg009)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ παθῶν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg009.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        46,379 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ παρωνύμων (tlg0087.tlg026)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ παρωνύμων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg026.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        15,070 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ πνευμάτων (tlg0087.tlg005)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ πνευμάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg005.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        74 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ συζυγιῶν (tlg0087.tlg017)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ συζυγιῶν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg017.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        78 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ συντάξεως τῶν στοιχείων (tlg0087.tlg010)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ συντάξεως τῶν στοιχείων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg010.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        6,040 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ τοῦ ζώς (tlg0087.tlg016)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ τοῦ ζώς, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg016.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        100 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ τῶν εἰς μι (tlg0087.tlg022)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ τῶν εἰς μι, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg022.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        9,465 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ἀντωνυμιῶν (tlg0087.tlg023)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ἀντωνυμιῶν, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg023.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        488 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ Ἀττικῆς προσῳδίας (tlg0087.tlg006)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ Ἀττικῆς προσῳδίας, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg006.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        150 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ἐπιρρημάτων (tlg0087.tlg024)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ἐπιρρημάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg024.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        59 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ Ἰλιακῆς προσῳδίας (tlg0087.tlg007)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ Ἰλιακῆς προσῳδίας, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg007.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        39,163 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ Ὀδυσσειακῆς προσῳδίας (tlg0087.tlg008)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ Ὀδυσσειακῆς προσῳδίας, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg008.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        9,592 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ὀνομάτων (tlg0087.tlg012)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ὀνομάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg012.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        8,001 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ὀρθογραφίας (tlg0087.tlg011)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ὀρθογραφίας, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg011.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        53,677 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ῥημάτων (tlg0087.tlg021)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ῥημάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg021.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        14,954 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Περὶ ῥηματικῶν ὀνομάτων (tlg0087.tlg027)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Περὶ ῥηματικῶν ὀνομάτων, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg027.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        1,852 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Προτάσεις (tlg0087.tlg031)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Προτάσεις, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg031.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        47 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Συμπόσιον (tlg0087.tlg030)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Συμπόσιον, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg030.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        525 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Ἐκ τῶν Ἡρωδιανοῦ ὑπομνημάτων τῶν περὶ παθῶν Διδύμου (tlg0087.tlg009a)
      • Aelius Herodianus, Ἐκ τῶν Ἡρωδιανοῦ ὑπομνημάτων τῶν περὶ παθῶν Διδύμου, Grammatici Graeci 3.2, Lentz, Teubner, 1868 (tlg0087.tlg009a.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        277 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Aeschylus (tlg0085) - 42,528 words
  • Aesop (tlg0096) - 44,243 words
  • Agatharchides (tlg0067) - 24,148 words
    • De Rubro Mari (tlg0067.tlg001)
      • Agatharchides, creator; Geographi graeci minores Volumen Primum, ed. Karl Müller; Ambroise Firmin Didot, Paris, 1855 (tlg0067.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        24,148 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Agathias Scholasticus (tlg4024) - 122,590 words
    • Epigrammata (tlg4024.tlg002)
    • Historiae (tlg4024.tlg001)
  • Alcidamas (tlg0610) - 6,007 words
  • Alciphron Rhet., Soph., AD 2/3 (tlg0640) - 20,846 words
  • Alexander of Aphrodisias (tlg0732) - 1,042,899 words
    • De anima (tlg0732.tlg010)
      • De anima, Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg010.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        30,915 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • De anima libri mantissa (tlg0732.tlg011)
      • De anima libri mantissa, Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg011.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        35,778 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • De fato (tlg0732.tlg014)
      • De fato, Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg014.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        16,330 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • De mixtione (tlg0732.tlg001)
      • De mixtione, Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        10,024 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • In Aristotelis Analyticorum Priorum Librum I Commentarium (tlg0732.tlg005)
      • Alexander of Aphrodisias, In Aristotelis Analyticorum Priorum Librum I Commentarium, M. Wallies, Reimer, 1883 (tlg0732.tlg005.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        158,634 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
    • In Aristotelis Metaphysica Commentaria (tlg0732.tlg004)
    • In Aristotelis Meteorologicorum Libros Commentaria (tlg0732.tlg008)
    • In Aristotelis Sophisticos Elenchos Commentarius [Sp.] (tlg0732.tlgX01)
    • In Aristotelis Topicorum Libros Octo Commentaria (tlg0732.tlg006)
    • In Librum De Sensu Commentarium (tlg0732.tlg007)
    • Quaestiones (tlg0732.tlg012)
      • Alexandri Aphrodisiensis, Quaestiones (tlg0732.tlg012.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        3,619 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
      • Ἀπορίαι καὶ λύσεις [Sp.], Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg012.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        43,149 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Ἠθικὰ προβλήματα [Sp.] (tlg0732.tlg013)
      • Ἠθικὰ προβλήματα [Sp.], Alexander of Aphrodisias, Bruns, Reimer, 1887 (tlg0732.tlg013.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        17,830 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Alypius (tlg2135) - 5,306 words
    • Isagoge musica (tlg2135.tlg001)
      • Alypius, Isagoge musica, Jahn, Teubner, 1895 (tlg2135.tlg001.opp-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        5,306 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Ammonius (tlg4016) - 242,543 words
    • In Aristotelis Analyticorum Priorum Librum I Commentarium (tlg4016.tlg004)
      • Ammonius, In Aristotelis Analyticorum Priorum Librum I Commentarium, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, Vol 4.6, Wallies, 1899 (tlg4016.tlg004.opp-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        43,530 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
    • In Aristotelis Categorias Commentarius (tlg4016.tlg002)
      • Ammonius, In Aristotelis Categorias Commentarius, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, Vol 4.4, Busse, Reimer, 1895 (tlg4016.tlg002.opp-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        48,270 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
    • In Aristotelis Librum De Interpretatione Commentarius (tlg4016.tlg003)
      • Ammonius, In Aristotelis Librum De Interpretatione Commentarius, Comentaria In Aristotelem Graeca, Vol 4.5, Busse, Reimer, 1888 (tlg4016.tlg003.opp-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        116,067 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
    • In Porphyrii Isagogen Sive Quinque Voces (tlg4016.tlg001)
      • Ammonius, In Porphyrii Isagogen Sive Quinque Voces, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, Vol 4.3, Busse, Reimer, 1891 (tlg4016.tlg001.opp-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        34,676 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Ammonius Grammaticus (tlg0708) - 17,566 words
    • Qui Dicitur Liber De Adfinium Vocabulorum Differentia (tlg0708.tlg001)
      • Ammonius Grammaticus, Ammonii Qui Dicitur Liber De Adfinium Vocabulorum Differentia, Nickau, Teubner, 1966 (tlg0708.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        17,566 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anna Comnena (tlg2703) - 414,611 words
  • Anonymi Exegesis in Hesiodi Theogoniam (tlg3156) - 11,279 words
    • Exegesis in Hesiodi theogoniam (tlg3156.tlg001)
      • Anonymus, Exegesis in Hesiodi theogoniam, Glossen und Scholien zur hesiodischen Theogonie mit Prolegomena, Flach, Teubner, 1876 (tlg3156.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        11,279 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi Geographiae Expositio Compendiaria (tlg0092) - 4,541 words
    • Geographiae expositio compendiaria (tlg0092.tlg001)
      • Anonymous, author; Geographi graeci minores Volumen Secundum, ed. Karl Müller; Ambroise Firmin Didot, Paris, 1861 (tlg0092.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        4,541 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi In Aristotelis Categorias (tlg4027) - 38,637 words
    • Paraphrasis Categoriarum (tlg4027.tlg001)
      • Anonymi In Aristotelis Categorias, Paraphrasis Categoriarum, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca 23.2, Hayduck, Reimer, 1883 (tlg4027.tlg001.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        38,637 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi In Aristotelis Ethica Nicomachea (tlg4033) - 98,010 words
    • In Ethica Nicomachea Paraphrasis (Pseudepigraphum Olim A Constantino Palaeocappa confectum et olim sub auctore Heliodoro Prusensi vel Andronico Rhodio vel Olympiodoro) (tlg4033.tlg003)
      • Anonymi In Aristotelis Ethica Nicomachea, In Ethica Nicomachea Paraphrasis, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca 19.2, Heylbut, Reimer, 1889 (tlg4033.tlg003.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        98,010 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi In Aristotelis Librum Alterum Analyticorum Posteriorum (tlg9004) - 18,289 words
    • Anonymi In Analyticorum Posteriorum Librum Alterum Commentarium (tlg9004.tlg001)
      • Anonymi In Aristotelis Librum Alterum Analyticorum Posteriorum, Anonymi In Analyticorum Posteriorum Librum Alterum Commentarium, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, Vol 13.3, Wallies, Reimer, 1909 (tlg9004.tlg001.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        18,289 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi In Aristotelis Sophisticos Elenchos (tlg4193) - 29,421 words
    • In Aristotelis Sophisticos Elenchos Paraphrasis (tlg4193.tlg012)
      • Anonymi In Aristotelis Sophisticos Elenchos, In Aristotelis Sophisticos Elenchos Paraphrasis, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca 23.4., Hayduck, Reimer, 1884 (tlg4193.tlg012.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        29,421 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymi summaria ratio geographiae in sphaera intelligendae (tlg2029) - 1,973 words
    • Anonymi summaria ratio geographiae in sphaera intelligendae (tlg2029.tlg001)
      • Anonymous, author; Geographi graeci minores Volumen Secundum, ed. Karl Müller; Ambroise Firmin Didot, Paris, 1861 (tlg2029.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        1,973 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymous (ggm0001) - 397 words
    • Anametresis Pontou (ggm0001.ggm001)
      • Anonymous, creator; Geographi graeci minores Volumen Primum, ed. Karl Müller; Ambroise Firmin Didot, Paris, 1855 (ggm0001.ggm001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        397 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Anonymus (tlg1311) - 2,199 words
    • Didache XII Apostolorum (tlg1311.tlg001)
  • Anonymus Londinensis (tlg0643) - 38,236 words
    • Anonymus Londinensis Fragmenta (tlg0643.tlg002)
    • Epimetrum to Anonymi Londinensis ex Aristotelis iatricis Menoniis et aliis medicis eclogae (tlg0643.opp002)
      • Epimetrum to Anonymi Londinensis ex Aristotelis iatricis Menoniis et aliis medicis eclogae, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.opp002.1st1K-lat1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        281 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Iatrica (tlg0643.tlg001)
      • Iatrica, Anonymus Londinensis, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        14,671 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
      • Signorum Explicatio to Anonymus Londinensis Iatrica, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.tlg001.1st1K-lat1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        109 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Index Verborum to Anonymus Londinensis Iatrica, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.tlg001.1st1K-mul1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        16,134 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Index Nominum to Anonymus Londinensis Iatrica, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.tlg001.1st1K-mul2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        2,131 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Sigla to Anonymus Londinensis Iatrica, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.tlg001.1st1K-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        114 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Iatrica Fragmenta Reliqua (tlg0643.opp003)
    • Preface to Anonymi Londinensis ex Aristotelis iatricis Menoniis et aliis medicis eclogae (tlg0643.opp001)
      • Preface to Anonymi Londinensis ex Aristotelis iatricis Menoniis et aliis medicis eclogae, Diels, Reimer, 1893 (tlg0643.opp001.1st1K-lat1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        4,104 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Antisthenes (tlg0591) - 1,432 words
    • Ajax (tlg0591.1st1K001)
    • Odysseus (tlg0591.1st1K002)
  • Anubion Poeta Astrologus, 1st century CE (tlg1126) - 84 words
  • Apollonius, Dyscolus (tlg0082) - 114,868 words
  • Aristophanes of Byzantium (tlg0644) - 38,615 words
    • Historiae Animalium Epitome (tlg0644.tlg001)
      • Aristophanes of Byzantium, Historiae Animalium Epitome, Lampros, Reimer, 1885 (tlg0644.tlg001.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        38,615 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Aristotle (tlg0086) - 644,399 words
    • Analytica priora (tlg0086.tlg001)
    • Ars Poetica (tlg0086.tlg034)
    • Categoriae (tlg0086.tlg006)
    • De anima (codicis E fragmenta recensionis a vulgata diversae) (tlg0086.tlg052)
    • De anima (tlg0086.tlg002)
    • De caelo (tlg0086.tlg005)
      • Aristotle, De caelo, Prantl, Teubner, 1881 (tlg0086.tlg005.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        29,799 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • De divinatione per somnum (tlg0086.tlg008)
    • De insomniis (tlg0086.tlg016)
    • De interpretatione (tlg0086.tlg017)
    • De iuventute et senectute, De vita et morte (tlg0086.tlg018)
    • De longitudine et brevitate vitae (tlg0086.tlg020)
    • De memoria et reminiscentia (tlg0086.tlg024)
    • De partibus animalium (tlg0086.tlg030)
    • De respiratione (tlg0086.tlg037)
    • De sensu et sensibilibus (tlg0086.tlg041)
    • De somno et vigilia (tlg0086.tlg042)
    • De sophisticis elenchis (tlg0086.tlg040)
    • Historia animalium (tlg0086.tlg014)
    • Magna Moralia (tlg0086.tlg022)
    • Meteorologica (tlg0086.tlg026)
      • Aristotle, Meteorologica, Bekker, Oxford, 1837 (tlg0086.tlg026.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: A Digital Corpus for Graeco-Arabic Studies
        33,789 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
      • Aristotle, Meteorologica, Fobes, Harvard, 1919 (tlg0086.tlg026.1st1K-grc2)
        Source: Harvard College Library
        33,718 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Physica (textus alter) (tlg0086.tlg054)
    • Physica (tlg0086.tlg031)
    • Res Publica Atheniensium (tlg0086.tlg003)
      • Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        17,006 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
      • Fragmenta Deperditae Partis Primae to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        1,196 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
      • Prefatio to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-lat1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        2,836 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Corrigenda to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-lat2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        135 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Addenda to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-lat3)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        207 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Signorum Explicatio to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-lat4)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        124 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Index Verborum to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-mul1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        35,279 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Index Nominum to Aristotle, Res Publica Atheniensium, Kenyon, Reimer, 1903 (tlg0086.tlg003.1st1K-mul2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        1,329 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
    • Topica (tlg0086.tlg044)
  • Aristoxenus (tlg0088) - 14,652 words
  • Artemidorus (tlg0553) - 64,388 words
  • Asclepius (tlg4018) - 177,765 words
    • In Aristotelis Metaphysicorum Libros A-Z Commentaria (tlg4018.tlg001)
      • Asclepius, In Aristotelis Metaphysicorum Libros A-Z Commentaria. Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca 6.2, Hayduck, Reimer, 1888 (tlg4018.tlg001.opp-grc2)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        177,765 Words Read Online XML Source Morphological Annotation
  • Aspasius (tlg0615) - 69,895 words
  • Athanasius (tlg2035) - 2,230 words
    • De decretis Nicaenae synodi (tlg2035.tlg003)
      • Athanasius, De decretis Nicaenae synodi, Gelasius Kirchengeschichte, Loeschke and Heinemann, Hinrichs, 1918 (tlg2035.tlg003.opp-grc1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        1,242 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
      • Athanasius, De decretis Nicaenae synodi, Gelasius Kirchengeschichte, Loeschke and Heinemann, Hinrichs, 1918 (tlg2035.tlg003.opp-lat1)
        Source: University of Leipzig
        988 Words Read Online XML Source No Morphological Annotation
  • Athenagoras (tlg1205) - 40,381 words
  • Autolycus (tlg1210) - 14,324 words
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    Universe and Inner Self in Early Indian and Early Greek Thought

    Editor(s) Seaford, Richard
    Publisher Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh
    Published
    Subjects Humanities, Philosophy, History of Western philosophy, Western philosophy: Ancient, to c 500
    Abstract
    From the sixth century BCE onwards there occurred a revolution in thought, with novel ideas such as such as that understanding the inner self is both vital for human well-being and central to understanding the universe. This intellectual transformation is sometimes called the beginning of philosophy. And it occurred – independently it seems - in both India and Greece, but not in the vast Persian Empire that divided them. How was this possible? This is a puzzle that has never been solved. This volume brings together Hellenists and Indologists representing a variety of perspectives on the similarities and differences between the two cultures, and on how to explain them. It offers a collaborative contribution to the burgeoning interest in the Axial Age and will be of interest to anyone intrigued by the big questions inspired by the ancient world.

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    [First posted in AWOL 4 January 2017, updated 29 January 2018]

    Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG)

    The Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG) is a project directed by Monica Berti at the Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig for producing the digital version of the five volumes of the Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (FHG) edited by Karl Müller in the 19th century. 

    The FHG consists of a survey of excerpts from many different sources pertaining to 636 ancient Greek fragmentary historians. Excluding the first volume, authors are chronologically distributed and cover a period of time from the 6th century BC through the 7th century CE. Fragments are numbered sequentially and arranged by works and book numbers, when these pieces of information are available in the source texts preserving the fragments. Almost every Greek fragment is translated or summarized into Latin. 

    The digital versions of FHG vol. 1 (7.4 MB), FHG vol. 2 (6.4 MB), FHG vol. 3 (7.8 MB), FHG vol. 4 (7.4 MB), FHG vol. 5-1 (2.9 MB) and vol. 5-2 (3.9 MB) are now available online. They collect fragments of authors from the 6th century BC through the 2nd century CE, including Apollodorus of Athens (with fragments of the Bibliotheca), historians of Sicily (Antiochus of Syracuse, Philistus of Syracuse, Timaeus of Tauromenius), the Atthidographers (Clidemus, Phanodemus, Androtio, Demo, Philochorus, and Ister), Aristotle and his disciples, historians from the time of Alexander the Great until 306 CE, fragments from the beginning of the reign of Constantine (306 CE) through the reign of the emperor Phocas (602-610 CE) and Greek and Syriac historical fragments preserved in Armenian texts. The Greek texts of the Marmor Parium (with Latin translation, chronological table, and commentary) and of the Marmor Rosettanum (with a French literal translation as well as a critical, historical and archaeological commentary) are online in a seperate appendix at the end of vol. 1. 

    The Müller-Jacoby Table of Concordance lists correspondences among Greek fragmentary historians published by Karl Müller in the Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (FHG) and by Felix Jacoby and other scholars in the Fragmente der griechischen Historiker (FGrHist), including the continuatio and the Brill's New Jacoby (BNJ).


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  • 01/29/18--12:19: Quantitative Criticism Lab
  • Quantitative Criticism Lab


    Founded in 2014 by a team of humanists, biologists, and computer scientists, the Quantitative Criticism Lab explores new approaches to the study of literature and culture. Taking inspiration from a wide range of quantitative disciplines - machine learning, natural language processing, bioinformatics, and systems biology - we seek to integrate literary criticism, philology, and big data. We have a particular interest in the literature of ancient Greece and Rome and the profound influence of the Classics on later traditions.
    • Intertextuality

      Computational tools for identifying related passages in large corpora
    • Stylometry

      Integration of natural language processing, machine learning, and literary criticism
    • Reception

      Evolutionary approaches to literary traditions and histories
    • Theory

      Literary theory inspired by biological processes and phenomena

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    Amphora: An Ancient World Journal

    Amphora: an Ancient World Journal established itself in 2017 as an independent, open-access journal affiliated with the University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association. Prior to this, and operating since 2012, the journal was a regular issue of the Melbourne Historical Journal, and was known as The Amphora Issue: An Ancient World Journal.
    Amphora is a peer-reviewed journal which is open to new approaches and aims to present original research to a wide readership. The journal includes feature articles, refereed articles, book reviews and feature artworks. We welcome contributions from researchers working in a diverse range of fields, including Classical Studies, Ancient History, Reception Studies, Digital Humanities, Egyptology and Archaeology (including pre-historical and historical periods), with a focus on the ancient Mediterranean and the Near East.

    Origins
    The name of this publication derives from the AMPHORA(E) conferences which have been supporting Australian and New Zealand postgraduate research in Ancient World Studies since 2007. Amphora originated as a publication of conference proceedings; in recent years, the journal has developed into an annual peer-reviewed publication. Each issue includes feature articles from two established scholars who are invited to address our annual theme. Peer-reviewed articles can address any topic, however, we also welcome additional contributions that engage with our theme.  

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    [First posted in AWOL 17 July 2014, updated 30 January 2018]

    Roman Roads and Milestones in Judaea/Palaestina 

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    In 1970 The Israel Milestone Committee (IMC) was formed by Mordechai Gichon as a branch of the International Curatorium of the Corpus Miliariorum. The aim of the committee was to assemble, study and prepare for publication the milestones inscriptions found in Israel. The IMC also intended to carry out a systematic survey of all the extant remains related to roads, in order to provide a comprehensive picture of the Roman road network in Israel. For almost 40 years the Committee's field and research work was led by Israel Roll and Benjamin Isaac together with other scholars.

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    [First posted in AWOL 5 October 2012, updated 30 January 2018]

    e-coffins.ch: Ägyptische Särge, Mumien und Masken in der Schweiz

    http://www.e-coffins.ch/images/stories/top_pic1.jpg

    Projektbeschrieb

    Es muss keine archäologische Grabung sein –
    auch hinter Museumsmauern lassen sich Schätze aus der Antike neu entdecken!

    Von Appenzell bis nach Brissago, von Chur bis nach Genf existieren in der Schweiz rund 40 Museen, die über 30'000 altägyptische Objekte beherbergen. Der Grossteil dieses Kultur-gutes lagert noch weitgehend unerforscht in den Depots. Glanzlichter der ägyptischen Sammlungen in der Schweiz bilden Särge mit Mumien sowie Mumienmasken, die im 19. Jahrhundert und zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts in die jeweiligen Museen gelangten. Obschon diese Objekte vergleich-baren Exponaten berühmter ausländischer Kollektionen ebenbürtig sind, wurden die meisten von ihnen bisher weder umfassend untersucht noch publiziert.

    Dieser Umstand veranlasste Alexandra Küffer und Renate Siegmann im Sommer 2004 das „Schweizer Sargprojekt“ (Swiss Coffin Project) zu starten. Die beiden Ägyptologinnen arbeiten mit Spezialisten und Wissenschaftlern aus verschiedensten Fachgebieten zusammen. Ziel der "interdisziplinären Spurensuche" ist es, die Biographie der Objekte soweit als möglich zu rekon-struieren und bei Mumien die Lebensumstände dieser lange verstorbenen Menschen nachzuzeich-nen. Das Schweizer Sargprojekt ist unabhängig und wird von privater Seite finanziert...

    Rediscovering Forgotten Treasures in Swiss Museums

    It still seems to be a little bit of a secret that almost every canton of Switzerland has at least one museum owning Egyptian artefacts. Over 30’000 objects are housed in more than forty museums all over the country. Most of the Egyptian collections are rather small ranging from a few pieces to several hundred objects with coffins and mummies forming their highlights. 
    Many of these burial equipment had never been studied, published or even exhibited. That is why, in 2004, the Swiss Egyptologists Renate Siegmann and Alexandra Küffer initiated a small project called Schweizer Sargprojekt (Swiss Coffin Project) focusing on coffins, mummy coverings and masks. Currently twenty-eight Swiss museums and collections are participating in the project. The following account is a short summary of the project and presents some outstanding burial equipment and the stories behind them.

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     [First posted in AWOL 5 February 2013, updated 30 January 2018 (new URLs]

    Classica et Mediaevalia: Danish Journal of Philology and History
    ISSN 0106-5815
    ISSN 1604-9411 (Online) 

    Classica et Mediaevalia encourages scholarly contributions within the fields of Greek and Latin languages and literature up to, and including, the late Middle Ages as well as Graeco-Roman history and the classical influence in general history, legal history, the history of philosophy and ecclesiastical history.Classica et Mediaevalia, which is ranked as a category A journal by the European Research Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and top-ranked in the Danish and Norwegian bibliometric systems, encourages scholarly contributions within its fields.
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 65) 
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 64)
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 63)
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 62)
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 61)
    Classica et Mediaevalia (vol. 60)

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    Vavouranakis, G., Katsianis, M., Papadatos, I., Mouliou, M. and Petridis, P. (Eds) 2017. Digital pasts for the Present. Proceedings of the 2nd conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Greek Chapter (CAA-GR) Athens, 22-23 December 2016. Athens: Department of History and Archaeology - National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. ISBN: 978-618-81101-8-2.

    We are pleased to announce that the CAA-GR 2016 proceedings have been published in the form of an e-book (download) with an ISBN.
    In total, 23 papers were submitted for consideration, with 21 papers accepted – after a thorough peer reviewing process – to be included in this volume. We are grateful to the members of the scientific committee for their invaluable contribution to the publication of the proceedings.

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  • 01/31/18--04:40: Diazoma
  • Diazoma

    Diazoma logo
    The DIAZOMA association was founded on the initiative of the former Greek Minister of Culture Stavros Benos and brings together three “families”: the archaeological community (archaeologists, curators, conservators, etc.), Greek artists and intellectuals and local authorities (mayors, regional administrations and citizens).

    Our fundamental goal is to shape vast social networks of synergies in order to protect and promote this unique category of monuments that are the ancient theaters. To this end, Diazoma cooperates on an ongoing basis with the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs as well as with the Ministry of Culture and Sports and seeks to bring together and engage all actors of Greek society (population, mayors, prefects, universities, cultural associations) around this objective.
    Raising awareness among the populations about the colossal cultural heritage and the unique potential of ancient theaters for their regions, having them participate in their preservation and revival, creating cultural routes and archaeological parks, organizing cultural events, enhancing the natural environment, adopting a charter of quality involving all the local actors (from small producers to local tourist companies), these are all steps to take towards the realization of the ultimate vision of Diazoma : the sustainable development of regions around their cultural heritage.
    As a result, theaters are at the heart of two key encounters: the one with the people and the other with tourism economy, environment and culture.

    Our movement for the ancient theaters is getting stronger and richer each day.
    The effectiveness of our work results from a solid and innovative operational strategy. It is based, on the one hand, on studies involving the greatest names in archeology but also on a comprehensive documentation including publications, articles, documentaries, presentations, etc.

    We also implement three alternative modes of funding, namely sponsorships, contributions from cities / regions and citizen participation in response to DIAZOMA’s “Adopt an Ancient Theater” invitation.

    In addition, we develop programs inspired by original proposals from our members and volunteers such as digital guided tours via mobile phone, 3D representations of monuments, diversification of sponsorship, etc.

    Finally, absolute transparency in all administrative and financial transactions is Diazoma’s golden rule.
    Our efforts have already borne significant fruits, as evidenced by the progress of the works in no less than fifty-five ancient theaters. The following synoptic table will provide you with information on this progress: AT A GLANCE.

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    DLME: Digital Library of the Middle East

    In response to the tragic displacement of people and losses of life in conflict zones, and to ongoing threats to the cultural heritage of the Middle East through destruction, looting, and illegal trade, the Digital Library of the Middle East (DLME) proposes to federate Middle Eastern collections from around the world, creating a publicly accessible, seamlessly interoperable digital library of cultural material.
    The DLME is a worldwide effort to federate all types of cultural heritage material, including archives, manuscripts, museum objects, media, and archaeological and intangible heritage collections. The core principle of our collaboration is that of service to partners and peoples across the Middle East and North Africa—to help reveal, share, honor, and protect collections of cultural materials and the living and historical cultures they represent.The DLME provides a digital platform that federates digital records of accessible artifacts ranging across twelve millennia. It incorporates metadata describing many aspects of each object or document, including its sometimes contested meaning or significance, its history, and its provenance when available. The DLME is accessible through desktop computers, tablets, and phones, and it will be continually augmented though subsequent generations of scholarly input, crowd-sourcing, and new knowledge discovered through its use. By providing accessibility and encouraging documentation and digitization, the DLME implements international cultural preservation goals and can help mitigate looting and the illegal resale of heritage materials.
    In developing an extensible, open source platform and sophisticated tools and applications, we are creating a non-proprietary, globally accessible library of immediate importance, which over time may serve as a model for digital libraries of cultural and scientific heritage of other regions similarly under threat from conflict, environmental danger, or political instability and curtailment of human rights.
    Proof of Concept

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  • 01/31/18--14:08: Piranesi's "Views of Rome"
  • Piranesi's "Views of Rome"

    Avanzi degl'Aquedotti Neroniani
    In his Views of Rome (Vedute di Roma), a series of copperplate engravings, the artist, architect, author, and antiquarian Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 – 1778) portrayed the monuments of the Eternal City and its environs not just with precision and splendor, but as part of a living landscape. In Piranesi’s prints, aristocrats saunter, women hang laundry, and peasants water their livestock among the city’s ancient ruins and Baroque buildings. The quotidian life of eighteenth-century Rome is vividly portrayed against a backdrop of atmospheric, often-decaying grandeur. The Views also preserve for posterity a Rome now lost, for many of the monuments Piranesi portrayed have since vanished. A savvy entrepreneur, the artist sold prints of his Views individually and published them in multiple editions; immensely popular in his lifetime, they have continued to win admirers since.

    Drawing on a gift made by Carl R. Ganter, Class of 1899, to fund new library acquisitions, Kenyon College purchased from the London bookseller Bernard Quaritch in August, 1945 for $208.00 a massive (55 x 81 cm) two-volume edition of Views of Rome published in Paris between 1800 and 1807, after the artist’s death, by his sons Francesco and Pietro (Hind 33). This was the first edition to appear after the dramatic recovery of Piranesi’s original copperplates, which together with other valuable objects had been looted from the family’s palazzo in Rome by soldiers from the Kingdom of Naples in 1799 and recovered by a British warship that had intercepted a Neapolitan vessel ferrying the booty (Minor 193). Kenyon’s copy of the Paris edition, like many later editions of the Views, is bound with an enormous fold-out map of Rome and the Campus Martius (Pianta di Roma e del Campo Marzio) originally published in 1788 or 1789 (Hind 87). 

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    Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists - مجلة اتحاد الأثریین العرب
    Print ISSN: 2537-026X
    Online ISSN: 2537-0278

    Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists
    Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists is an annual academic journal that publishes specialized research and studies in the fields of archeology, museums, restoration and Arab national civilizations, published by the General Union of Arab Archaeologists and the Union of Arab Universities since 2000 to date. It publishes research studies in several languages: Arabic, English, French and German and has an international and regional refereeing committee. Due to the success achieved by the Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists, the Editorial Department considered the publication of a new issue of the Journal in foreign languages, in order to raise the level of academic research of Arab archaeologists at the international level. There is no doubt that the Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists is the result of an archeological academic interaction and movement not only in Egypt but among all archaeologists in the Arab world from the ocean to the Gulf. This profound academic product of subjects is not confined to academic publishing, but is a crucible for academic and practical rapprochement between the archaeologists, in a sincere attempt to find a language that is mutually enriching, without programming or preconditions. Therefore, this convergence succeeded in unifying the archeological term among archaeologists, in which each researcher presented his research in a smooth simple language and a term rolling away from the regional terminology so that each researcher does not write for himself, but writes in a language of dialogue that is comprehended by all Arab archaeologists, whether in the East or Morocco. Thus, the Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists managed to reach an academic vision and a common research language that was accepted by many researchers, especially in the field of terminology. In turn, with the commencement of the new issue of the Union Journal in foreign languages, we look forward to keeping up with international publication standards, for the Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists has obtained the ISI (International Accreditation),the journal has Impact factor of 0.589 based on international citation report ( ICR) for the year 2016- 2017  anticipating to reach the desired objectives.
    Journal Archive
    VolumeVolume 2 (2017)
    1

    Publishing and studying of a group of stirrups preserved in the Gayer-Anderson Museum in Cairo With its comparison with models from paintings of the ottoman manuscripts


    Page 1-27




    2

    IAt The Milk Goddess in Ancient Egyptian Theology


    Page 28-56

    Ayman Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed


    3

    A Door Lintel with Cartouches at the Egyptian Museum (JE.59895)


    Page 57-66

    Bassem Mohamed Sayed Ahmed


    4

    L’Art rupestre de l’atlas saharien (Algérie) Essai d’analyse spatiale


    Page 67-85

    Merouane Rabhi; Hocine Bellahreche


    5

    Unpublished late period statue, Cairo Museum JE. 36978


    Page 38-56

    Eman Ahmed Abouzaid


    6

    Xkr (Kheker) frieze in ancient Egypt


    Page 85-111

    Naglaa Fathy Ahmed Shehab

    VolumeVolume 1 (2016)
    Earlier issues, entirely in Arabic, appear online under the title مجلة اتحاد الأثریین العرب
    [ISSN: 2536-9822 (Print); 2536-9830 (Online)]


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