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    Special Issue on Digital Heritage Technologies: Applications and Impacts 
    Posted on 2018-05-18

    The recent "digital turn" in archaeology has spurred methodological advances and new research directions, with wide-ranging impacts at multiple scales. The proliferation of imaging, remote sensing, laser scanning and photogrammetry applications has, at times, outpaced considerations about data archiving, digital epistemologies, and accessibility. This can lead to circumstances in which the creation of digital datasets is privileged over public dissemination or scholarly output – a situation that ultimately undermines the democratization of science. The future of digital heritage in archaeology thus lies in the integration of methodological approaches to digitization with explicit project outcomes targeted at various communities and stakeholders – an approach that might be thought of as “applied digital heritage.” This special issue will publish papers that highlight recent work in the field of digital archaeological heritage, with a focus on documentation, analysis, and dissemination. It is not constrained by geographical setting or time period.  Authors are encouraged to consider topics that include, but are not limited to, the following: Digital techniques in archaeological field and lab research Digital epistemologies and the interpretation of archaeological material Dissemination and public engagement; and The ethics and politics of digital archaeological heritage

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    [First posted in AWOL 19 January 2012, updated 19 May 2018]

    Spicae: Cahiers de l'Atelier Vincent de Beauvais
    ISSN: 2257-6819

    Spicae, Cahiers de l'Atelier Vincent de Beauvais est une revue en ligne destinée à la publication de travaux érudits concernant l’encyclopédisme médiéval et la transmission des connaissances de l’Antiquité vers le Moyen Âge occidental, que ce soit sous forme d'articles de recherche, d'éditions critiques, de dossiers de travail, de listes de manuscrits et de notes spécialisées. La transmission des textes grecs, syriaques et arabes qui ont nourri l'encyclopédisme médiéval via des traductions est bien entendu inclue dans ce champ de recherche ouvert sur l'encyclopédisme latin et vernaculaire sur toute la période médiévale.

    Spicae est ouverte à toute proposition de contribution dans ces domaines et publie notamment les résultats des travaux de l’Atelier Vincent de Beauvais et de ses partenaires ou collaborateurs. Elle est aussi un complément scientifique au projet SOURCENCYME (‘Sources des encyclopédies diévales’) de corpus annoté des encyclopédies médiévales latines.

    De 1979 à 1986, la revue Spicae. Cahiers de l'Atelier Vincent de Beauvais a été publiée sous forme papier. Ces anciens numéros sont maintenant disponibles en versions téléchargeables sur le site web de l'équipe.

    Date de création du site de Spicae en ligne : décembre 2011.

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  • 05/19/18--12:49: ASOR Annual Meeting Programs
  • ASOR Annual Meeting Programs

      Future Annual Meetings

      2018: Denver, CO
      2019: San Diego, CA
      2020: Boston, MA

      Past Annual Meetings

      2017: Boston, MA
      Program Book in PDF.
      2016: San Antonio, TX
      Program Book in PDF.
      2015: Atlanta, GA
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in PDF.

      2014: San Diego, CA
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in PDF.

      2013: Baltimore, MD
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in HTML.
      Schedule At-A-Glance in PDF.

      2012: Chicago, IL
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in PDF.

      2011: San Francisco, CA
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in PDF.

      2010: Atlanta, GA
      Academic Program Schedule in PDF.
      Business Meetings Schedule in PDF.

      2009: New Orleans, LA
      2008: Boston, MA
      2007: San Diego, CA
      2006: Washington, DC
      2005: Philadelphia, PA
      2004: San Antonio, TX
      2003: Atlanta, GA
      2002: Toronto, ON
      2001: Boulder, CO
      2000: Washington, DC (centennial celebration)
      2000: Nashville, TN
      1999: Cambridge, MA
      1998: Orlando, FL
      1997: Napa, CA

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        From the Archivist's Notebook: Essays Inspired by Archival Research in Athens Greece
        “Writing is the only thing that when I do it, I don’t feel I should be doing something else.”‬–Gloria Steinem 

        My name is Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan – archivist, archaeologist, historian, wife and mother. These are pages from my notebook.

        I studied Classical Archaeology in Greece (University of Thessaloniki) and the United States (Bryn Mawr College), and have conducted field work in East Crete for many years. Since 1994, I have served the American School of Classical Studies at Athens as head of its archives, from which I draw inspiration for most of my writings in this blog. Together with Jack L. Davis, I recently co-edited a volume titled Philhellenism, Philanthropy, or Political Convenience? American Archaeology in Greece, Hesperia 82:1, Princeton 2013. Jack, Vivian Florou, and I have just published another edited volume, titled Carl W. Blegen: Personal and Archaeological Narratives (Atlanta: Lockwood Press 2015). The book is  available at:
        “From the Archivist’s Notebook” will appear once a month (on the 1st), occasionally twice (then also on the 15th) if there is a guest contribution.

        Here you will also will find essays contributed by guest authors who are involved in similar kinds of archival research: viz., the history of institutions and the role of individual agency in them. These essays will include their musings on books, articles, and exhibition catalogs relevant to their research interests. Until now, guest bloggers Jack Davis, Jacquelyn Clements, Liz Ward Papageorgiou, Vivian Florou, and Curtis Runnels have written on a variety of themes (see Authors).

        Finally, opinions in From the Archivist’s Notebook are those of the authors. Comments are moderated, but publication of a comment does not indicate an endorsement of the opinions expressed.

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        [First posted on AWOL 30 March 2010, updated 20 May 2018]

        Verbum: Analecta Neolatina
        ISSN: (paper) 1585-079X
        ISSN: (online) 1588-4309

        A Verbum célja, hogy a közép- és újkori latin, valamint az újlatin irodalmak, nyelvek és kultúrák területén végzett kutatások számára fórumot biztosítson, különös tekintettel a Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetemen és a vele együttműködő intézményekben elért eredmények bemutatására.

        The journal provides a forum for New Latin and Romance arts, literature and linguistics, presenting mainly the results of research carried out at Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Hungary) and other institutions collaborating with it.

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          [First posted in AWOL 5 December 2012, updated 20 May 2018]

          Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament
          ISSN: 2169-0685

          Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament (JESOT) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the academic and evangelical study of the Old Testament. The journal seeks to fill a need in academia by providing a venue for high-level scholarship on the Old Testament from an evangelical standpoint. The journal is not affiliated with any particular academic institution, and with an international editorial board, online format, and multi-language submissions, JESOT cultivates and promotes Old Testament scholarship in the evangelical global community. The journal differs from many evangelical journals in that itseeks to publish current academic research in the areas of ancient Near Eastern backgrounds, Dead Sea Scrolls, Rabbinics, Linguistics, Septuagint, Research Methodology, Literary Analysis, Exegesis, Text Criticism, and Theology as they pertain only to the Old Testament. The journal will be freely available to the scholarly community and will be published bi-annually online. Hard copies will be produced by request. JESOT also includes up-to-date book reviews on various academic studies of the Old Testament.

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          [First posted 7/26/09,   Update 21 May 2018]

          Vicino Oriente

          ISSN: 0393-0300
          Vicino Oriente is the journal of the Sezione di Orientalistica (Section of Oriental Studies) of the Department of Sciences of Antiquity of Rome “La Sapienza” University. 
          VO is published yearly and deals with Near and Middle Eastern Archaeology, History, Epigraphy, extending its view on the whole Mediterranean with the study of Phoenician and Punic documents. 
          Purposes of the journal are: to host preliminary reports of excavations currently carried on by the Department in the Near and Middle East, Egypt and the Mediterranean; to report about and update the status of research projects in progress; to introduce PhD projects currently undergoing in the Department.
          The journal publishes contributions of historical, archaeological, artistic, philological, philosophical, and religious disciplines in ancient Mediterranean, Asia, and Africa. Papers submitted to the Editorial Board are, of course, selected by the members of the Scientific Committee, all scholars of the Section of Oriental Studies of Department of Sciences of Antiquities at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
          Current Issue
          VICINO ORIENTE XXI - 2017


          A. Catastini - Ricordo di Giovanni Garbini (1931-2017)

          Nigro - D. Montanari - A. Guari - M. Tamburrini - P. Izzo - M. Ghayyada - I. Titi - J. Yasine - New archaeological features in Bethlehem (Palestine): the Italian-Palestinian rescue season of 2016

          J. Bogdani - The archaeological atlas of Coptic literature. A question of method

          V. Pisaniello - Hittite (ninda) kaz(za)mi(t)-

          A.L. Corsi - A brief note on the Early Abbasid stucco decoration.
          Madinat al-Far and the first Friday Mosque of Isfahan

          F. Duva - New perspectives on the first Abbasid Masjid-i Jumʿa of Iṣfahān

          V. Laviola - Three Islamic inkwells from Ghazni excavation

          R. Giunta - Tombeaux et inscriptions funéraires de Ghazni (Afghanistan).
          Quelques documents inédits Du XIe-XIIIe siècle

          M.V. Fontana - Qalʿa-Iṣṭakhr and the Si Gunbadān

          L. Colliva - G. Terribili - A forgotten Sasanian sculpture. The fifth bust of Narseh from the monument of Paikuli

          M. Di Cesare - A note on an Umayyad carved ivory plaque kept at the Walters Art Gallery

          A. Santi - The role of Madīna in the emergence of the Mosque-Dār al-Imāra combination: a preliminary note

          L. Nigro - D. Montanari - M. Ghayyada - J. Yasine - The el-Atan Tomb: an Early Bronze IVB female burial in the heart of Palestine

          V. Laviola - Unpublished Islamic bronze cauldrons from private collections: two early and one very late specimens

          D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2017

          A. Ten - Roma, il culto di Iside e Serapide in Campo Marzio: alcuni aggiornamenti
          VICINO ORIENTE XX - 2016

          F. Spagnoli - Una brocchetta con protome d'ariete dall'Area Sacra del Kothon a Mozia

          R. Francia - Gli avverbi di luogo ittiti in -an: forme di nominativo accusativo neutro singolare?

          A. Carfì - Early Islamic models of urban and rural settlements in the South Bilād al-Shām

          M.V. Fontana - A brief note on the Yemenite chahār tāq mausoleums. The case of Barāqish
          Scavi e Ricerche
          L. Nigro - R. Gharib - Jamaan at the pass of Bi'rein: an Iron Age IIB-C Ammonite stronghold in central Jordan

          M.V. Fontana - A.A. Asadi - M. Rugiadi - A.C. Felici - A. Fusaro - Estakhr Project - third preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
          Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo
          E. Pomar - Save Palmyra. La distruzione del patrimonio archeologico nel Vicino Oriente. Perché e come ricostruire

          D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2016
          VICINO ORIENTE XIX - 2015

          L. Nigro - Bethlehem in the Bronze and Iron Ages in the light of recent discoveries by the Palestinian MOTA-DACH

          V. Pisaniello - Parallel passages among Hittite-Luwian rituals: for the restoration of KUB 35.146

          F. Spagnoli - Una testa di sileno in bronzo da Mozia

          N. Chiarenza - Una matrice per terrecotte con sileno dall'Area sacra del Kothon a Mozia

          G. Labisi - al-Fudayn: an Umayyad residence in Northern Jordan

          P. Buzi - Early Christianity in the Fayyūm: the new contribution of archaeology

          I. Materia - Preliminary notes on the ware depicted on the ceiling of the Cappella Palatina in Palermo

          S. Autiero - Indian Ocean trade: a reassessment of the pottery finds from a multidisciplinary point of view (3rd Century BC-5th century AD)

          M.M. Jamhawi - N. Al-Shakarchi - I. Al-Hashimi - Assessment of tourists' satisfaction in the downtown of Amman
          Scavi e Ricerche
          L. Nigro - C. Fiaccavento - M. Jaradat - J. Yasine - Archaeology from A to Z: Abu Zarad, an ancient town in the heartland of Palestine

          L. Nigro - D. Montanari - M. Ghayyada - J. Yasine - Khalet al-Jam'a. A Middle Bronze and Iron Age necropolis near Bethlehem (Palestine)

          L. Nigro - G. Ripepi - I. Hamdan - J. Yasine - The Jericho Oasis Archaeological Park - 2015 Interim Report. Italian-Palestinian Cooperation for protection and valorization of archaeological heritage

          R. Francia - L'archivio di tavolette del complesso B-C-H di Büyükkale e l'organizzazione degli archivi reali ittiti. Considerazioni preliminari

          V. Pisaniello - La collezione di tavolette del complesso B-C-H di Büyükkale

          T. De Vincenzi - L'archivio di tavolette del complesso B-C-H sull'acropoli di Büyükkale
          Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo
          L. Nigro - Il nuovo allestimento del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza

          D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2015
          A. Orsingher - E. PAPPA (2013), Early Iron Age Exchange in the West: Phoenicians in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic (Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 43), Leuven - Paris - Walpole 2013, MA.: Peeters
          VICINO ORIENTE XVIII - 2014

          L. Nigro - Editoriale
          M. Jafari-Dehaghi - Čahār zahagān in Middle Persian literature

          S. Seminara - Beyond the words. Some considerations about the word "to translate" in Sumerian

          R. Francia - Gli Ittiti e la loro riscoperta nella Turchia repubblicana

          K. Rashid Rahim - C.G. Cereti - L. Colliva - A. Fusaro - C. Insom - G. Labisi - S. Mancini - J. Bogdani - M. Galuppi - G. Terribili - MAIKI, Missione Archeologica Italiana nel Kurdistan Iracheno: la carta archeologica dell'area di Paikuli, obiettivi e metodologie applicate

          L. Nigro - The Copper Route and the Egyptian connection in 3rd millennium BC Jordan seen from the caravan city of Khirbet al-Batrawy

          M. Sala - EB II-III aegyptiaca east of the Jordan: a reevaluation of trade and cultural interactions between Egypt and Transjordanian urban centres

          C. Fiaccavento - Two EB III Red Polished jugs from Palace B in Khirbet al-Batrawy and jugs with Reserved Alternate-Hatching Decoration (RAHD) from Palestine and Transjordan

          D. Montanari - An EB IV dagger from Tell es-Sultan/Jericho

          F. Spagnoli - Una brocchetta dipinta dal Tempio di Astarte nell'Area sacra del Kothon a Mozia

          B. D'Andrea - Nuove stele dal Tofet di Mozia

          A. Orsingher - Listen and protect: reconsidering the grinning masks after a recent find from Motya
          VICINO ORIENTE XVII - 2013

          P. Gignoux - Souvenirs d'un grand savant: Gherardo Gnoli (1937-2012)

          N.N.Z. Chegini - M.V. Fontana - A. Asadi - M. Rugiadi - A.M. Jaia - A. Blanco - L. Ebanista - V. Cipollari Estakhr Project - second preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

          A. Asadi - S.M. Mousavi Kouhpar - J. Neyestani - A. Hojabri-Nobari - Sasanian and Early Islamic settlement patterns north of the Persian Gulf

          L. Nigro - Before the Greeks: the earliest Phoenician settlement in Motya - recent discoveries by Rome «La Sapienza» Expedition

          C. Fiaccavento - Potters' wheels from Khirbet al-Batrawy: a reconsideration of social contexts

          D. Montanari - A copper javelin head in the UCL Palestinian Collection

          A. Massafra - A group of metal weapons from Tell el-'Ajjul in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow

          A. Campus - Costruire memoria e tradizione: il tofet

          F. Spagnoli - Demetra a Mozia: evidenze dall'area sacra del Kothon nel V secolo a.C.

          R. Francia - Lo stile 'poetico' delle historiolae ittite

          V. Pisaniello - Il sumerogramma IR nei testi ittiti
          VICINO ORIENTE XVI - 2012

          D. Montanari - Copper axes and double-apses buildings: investigating EB I social interrelations

          P. Sferrazza - Cattivi presagi: analisi della raffigurazione della Stanza 132 del Palazzo Reale di Mari

          I. Melandri - A new reconstruction of the anklets of Princess Khnumit

          G. Ripepi - Gli edifici su podio in Palestina durante l'Età del Ferro II

          F. Spagnoli - Un altare bruciaprofumi punico dalla "Casa del sacello domestico" a Mozia

          M. Guirguis - Monte Sirai 2005-2010. Bilanci e prospettive

          V. Tusa - Le armi dei corredi tombali della necropoli arcaica di Mozia

          M.C. Benvenuto - F. Pompeo - Il sincretismo di genitivo e dativo in persiano antico

          M.V. Fontana - S.M. Mireskandari - M. Rugiadi - A. Asadi - A.M. Jaia - A. Blanco - L. Colliva - Estakhr Project - first preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

          C.G. Cereti - L. Colliva - M.V. Fontana - G. Terribili - J. Bogdani - A. Bizzarro - A. Tilia - S.S. Tilia - From flint to silicon, modern technologies applied to the understanding of history. The Italian Archaeological Mission in Iraqi Kurdistan

          M. Rugiadi - Il complesso di ricevimento del palazzo ayyubide a Shawbak

          L. Nigro - An EB IIIB (2500-2300 BC) gemstones necklace from the Palace of the Copper Axes at Khirbet al-Batrawy, Jordan

          A. Caltabiano - Temples et sanctuaires urbains du littoral syrien à l'âge du Fer: continuité et transformation culturelles

          M. Sala - Egyptian and Egyptianizing objects from EB I-III Tell es-Sultan/ancient Jericho

          F. Spagnoli - Un'anforetta dipinta dalla Tomba T.177 di Mozia
          VICINO ORIENTE XV - 2011

          M. Sala - Sanctuaries, Temples and Cult Places in Early Bronze I Southern Levant

          D. Montanari - Sei lance rituali in metallo del Bronzo Antico I (3400-3000 a.C.) dal Levante meridionale

          L. Romano - La stele del simposio?

          S. Lanna - Land-management and food-production in early Egypt (Dynasties 0-2)

          S. Paradiso - La brocca RS 24.440 da Ugarit: rappresentazione di una scena di offerta

          G. Pagliari - Ancient Egyptian Palace: The Tripartite Plan of Audience System

          M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - On the Beginnings of the Punic Scripts

          B. D’Andrea - S. Giardino - “Il tofet: dove e perché”: alle origini dell’identità fenicia

          L. Sist - Preliminary notes on two royal buildings discovered in Napata

          A. Colazilli - Il pianto nell’antico Egitto

          A. D’Aleo - Il mito di Butes: un caso paradigmatico di “sincretismo”?

          S. Della Ricca - I. Della Ricca - Quale sanità nel Vicino Oriente urbanizzato?

          V. Messina - J. Mehr Kian - Ricognizione dei rilievi partici d’Elimaide. La piana di Izeh-Malamir

          M. Rugiadi - The Emergence of Siliceous-paste in Iran in the Last Quarter of the 11th century and Related Issues. The Dated Assemblage from the Southern Domed Hall of the Great Mosque of Isfahan

          I. Melandri - Nuove considerazioni su una statua da Qaw el-Kebir al Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino

          D. Nadali - Eph‘al, I.,The City Besieged. Siege and Its Manifestations in the Ancient Near East, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 36, Brill Ed., Leiden - Boston 2009

          D. Nadali - Curtis, J.E. - Tallis, N (eds.), The Balawat Gates of Ashurnasirpal II, The British Museum Press, London 2008
          VICINO ORIENTE XIV - 2008

          A. Vacca - Rappresentazioni di edifici sacri nella glittica dei periodi di Uruk, Jemdet Nasr e Protodinastico I

          L. Romano - La corona del dio. Nota sull’iconografia divina nel Protodinastico

          M. Sala - Il Temple en L a Biblo

          M. D’Andrea - Trickle Painted Ware: an Early Bronze IV Specialized Pottery Production in Palestine and Transjordan

          A. Iob - Forme, colori, funzione dei collari usekh: confronto tra immagine e modello reale

          D. Nadali - La Stele di Daduša come documento storico dell’età paleobabilonese. Immagini e iscrizione a confronto

          L. Peyronel - Guerre e alleanze in epoca paleobabilonese: il peso di Inibšina, figlia di Daduša di Ešnunna

          G. Pedrucci - Kubaba: presenze anatoliche e antecedenti siriani

          S. Festuccia - Le forme da fusione della Città Bassa Settentrionale di Tell Mardikh-Ebla

          L. Mori - Osservazioni sulla tipologia delle strade dai testi di Emar

          A. Vallorani - Bâtiment III: il palazzo neosiriano di Hama

          M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - J.-Á. Zamora Lopez - Un ostracon phénicien de Tavira (Portugal)

          M. L’Erario - Un Osco a Solunto. Una nota sul cosiddetto «oscillum» di Solunto

          M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - Su due dediche neopuniche da Henchir Ghayadha

          F. Bron - L’inscription néo-punique de Cherchell, NP 130

          D. Piacentini - Una bilingue greco-palmirena dal Negev: una nuova interpretazione

          L. Nigro - L’unzione del re? nota su un passabriglie protodinastico al Museo del Louvre

          L. Romano - Recensione al volume: Margueron, J.-Cl., Mari. Métropole de l’Euphrate au IIIe et au debut du IIe millénaire av. J.-C., Paris 2004

          VICINO ORIENTE XIII - 2007

          L. Romano - La Stele degli Avvoltoi: una rilettura critica

          L. Nigro - Alle origini della prima urbanizzazione palestinese. Il caso dell’Edificio 7102 di Tell el-‘Areini

          M. Sala - Prodromi della prima urbanizzazione palestinese ai confini del deserto basaltico siro-giordano: l’insediamento fortificato del Bronzo Antico I (3400-3200 a.C.) a Jawa

          G. Spreafico - La formulazione architettonica e spaziale dell’area sacra nell’edilizia templare del Ferro I in Palestina

          R. Francia - Osservazioni sulle strategie linguistiche e stilistiche nelle lettere ittite

          G. Capriotti Vittozzi - Rivisitando la tomba di Petosiri: note su alcuni aspetti iconografici

          A. Orsingher - Bruciaprofumi lotiformi: una produzione fenicia 115

          F. Susanna - Templi punici o di matrice punica con cripta o con strutture sotterranee in Nord Africa

          N. Chiarenza - Una nota su un altare a tre betili da Selinunte

          M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - Une lamelle magique à inscription phénicienne

          C. Greco - Recensione al volume Mozia - XI

          VICINO ORIENTE XII - 2000

          M. Liverani - La scoperta del mattone. Muri e archivi nell’archeologia mesopotamica

          A. Archi - The “lords”, lugal-lugal, of Ebla: a prosopographic study

          M.G. Biga - Wet-nurses at Ebla: a prosopographic study

          M. Ramazzotti - Appunti sulla semiotica delle relazioni stratigrafiche di Gerico neolitica

          N. Marchetti - A Middle Bronze I ritual deposit from the ‘Amuq Plain: note on the dating and the significance on the metal anthropomorphic figurines from Tell Judaidah

          E. Ascalone - Interpretazione stratigrafica e proposta di periodizzazione della città di Susa. Studio comparativo degli scavi effettuati e analisi storica dell’abitato tra la fine del IV e l’inizio del III millennio a.C.

          L. Peyronel - Sigilli harappani e dilmuniti dalla Mesopotamia e dalla Susiana. Note sul commercio nel golfo Arabo-Persico tra III e II millennio a.C.

          L. Nigro - L’assedio di Bīt Bunakki da Ninive ai Musei Vaticani. La sua collocazione originaria nel Palazzo Nord di Assurbanipal e gli scavi di Giovanni Bennhi

          R. Bertolino - I corpora delle iscrizioni semitiche di Hatra, Palmira e Dura-Europos: un bilancio

          P. Grossmann - Zur Rekonstruktion der Südkirche von Antinoopolis

          M. Ramazzotti - Un’ipotesi di proposta interpretativa: l’architettura domestica in Egitto come indice del cambiamento nella struttura socio-economica

          VICINO ORIENTE XI - 1998

          A. Amenta - Aspetti culturali dal tempio di Tod

          A. Bongioanni - Tradizioni sciamaniche nel manto “stellato” sacerdotale: il caso di Anen e Tutankhamon

          R. Buongarzone - Una nuova versione del Libro della Terra

          G. Capriotti Vittozzi - Una statua di sovrana al Museo Egizio di Torino: la tradizione del Nuovo Regno nell’iconografia della regine tolemaiche

          E.M. Ciampini - I percorsi misteriosi di Rosetau

          S. Demichelis - Papiri calendariali al Museo Egizio di Torino

          P. Gallo - Una nuova statua del re Nekhthorheb sotto forma di falco da Pharbeithos

          E. Fiore Marochetti - Un frammento di iscrizione proveniente dalla grande “Mastaba du Nord” a el-Lisht

          V. Massa - I giuramenti demotici di Pathyris nel Museo Egizio di Torino

          A. Piccato - Percezione della storia, narrazione degli eventi e storiografia dell’Egitto del III e del II millennio a.C. Alcune brevi osservazioni

          P. Romeo - Stele di Qadesh e stele di Horus

          VICINO ORIENTE X - 1996

          M. Krebernik - Neue Beschwörungen aus Ebla

          A. Archi - Bulle e cretule iscritte da Ebla

          A. Archi - Eblaita: paš–šu “colui che è addetto all’unzione; sacerdote purificatore; cameriere al servizio di una persona”

          L De Urioste Sanchez - Aspetti della circolazione di metalli preziosi ad Ebla: catene di distribuzione e restituzione parziale

          M. Bonechi - ARET I 2 + ARET IV 23

          A. Enea - Per una rilettura delle abitazioni palestinesi a pianta curvilinea del Bronzo Antico I

          N. Marchetti - L’aquila Anzu: nota su alcuni amuleti mesopotamici

          L. Nigro - Dieci asce protodinastiche dal Luristan della Collezione Lorenzo Vannini

          F. Venturi - Una ‘fiasca del pellegrino’ da Tell Afis. L'evoluzione dei ‘Pilgrim Flasks’ cananaici nel passaggio tra Bronzo Tardo e Ferro I

          S. Di Paolo - Gli avori di Megiddo: un esempio di arte siriana?

          R. Francia - Il pronome possessivo enclitico in antico ittita: alcune riflessioni

          A. Roccati - La datazione di opere letterarie egizie

          E.M. Ciampini - Testi funerari del Medio Regno in contesto “anomalo”: il caso di formule su stele

          E. Mitchell- Redazione preliminare della carta archeologica del Jebel Barkal

          A. Ciasca, R. Di Salvo, M. Castellino, C. Di Patti - Saggio preliminare sugli incinerati del Tofet di Mozia

          TAVOLE I - XV

          VICINO ORIENTE IX - 1993

          S. Donadoni - La situazione archeologica

          L Sist - Le figurazioni della Tomba TT 27

          A. Roccati - Reminiscenze delle Tombe di Asiut nel monumento di Sheshonq

          F. Tiradritti - Il capitolo 146w del Libro dei Morti

          G. Rosati - Il Libro dei Morti sui pilastri orientali della corte

          S. Bosticco - I ritrovamenti

          B. Moiso - Conservazione del monumento e ripristino architettonico

          TAVOLE I - XXXV

          VICINO ORIENTE VIII/2 - 1992

          M.G. Biga - Osservazioni sui criteri di redazione dei testi di Ebla: TM. 75. G.1730 e i testi del rituale per il re e la regina

          F. Pomponio - Abba-kalla di Puzriš-Dagan

          G. Wilhelm - Zum eblaitischen Gott Kura

          C. Zaccagnini - Ceremonial Transfers of Real Estate at Emar and Elsewhere

          L. Sist - Un frammento di statua da Crocodilopoli

          F. Tiradritti - Stele di Amanitore e Arikankharor dal «Palazzo di Natakamani» al Gebel Barkal

          M. Salvini. - Note sulle tavolette di Bastam

          G. Falsone - Nuove coppe metalliche di fattura orientale

          A. Ciasca - Mozia: sguardo d'insieme sul tofet

          N. Marchetti - L'iscrizione della cappella rupestre di En-Numêr a Petra e la paleografia nabatea

          A. Alberti - Nihil sub sole novum. Osservazioni a margine di MEE 10

          A. Archi - Integrazioni alla prosopografia dei «danzatori», ne-di,di Ebla

          E. Badalì - La festa di primavera AN. TAÐ.ŠUM: contributi su alcuni aspetti del culto ittito

          L. Innocente - Stato delle ricerche sul cario

          F. Israel - Note di onomastica semitica 6: l’apporto della glittica all’onomastica aramaica

          Addendum to: D. Schmandt-Besserat: Tokens as Funerary Offerings, VO 7, pp. 3-9

          TAVOLE I - XVII

          VICINO ORIENTE VIII/1 - 1989

          A. Archi - F. Pomponio - Tavolette economiche neo-sumeriche dell’Università Pontificia Salesiana

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          Sardis Publications from the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis Project


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           [First posted in AWOL 4 November 2010. Updated 21 May 2018]

          IpoTESI di Preistoria
          ISSN 1974-7985

          The main objective of the journal is to spread to the scientific world the results of recent researches and studies concerning Italian prehistory and protohistory, in order to bring out knowledge and information on issues and contexts of the most remote ages of history. The digital format publication allows to draw attention to those contributions which are often waiting for suitable editorial spaces, due to their peculiar wealth of data and documentation. The journal aims to become an a platform for data-sharing and discussions on the analysis and interpretations of prehistoric contexts, research methods, and economic and social transformations of prehistory.

          La rivista intende divulgare al mondo scientifico i risultati di recenti ricerche e studi di preistoria e protostoria italiana, in modo da far emergere il patrimonio di conoscenze sui contesti e sulle problematiche delle fasi più remote della storia. La pubblicazione in formato digitale permette di rendere noti quei contributi che rimangono spesso in attesa di trovare adeguati spazi editoriali, proprio per le caratteristiche di ricchezza e abbondanza di dati e di documentazione. La rivista punta inoltre a diventare uno spazio di confronto e di dibattito sulle analisi e interpretazioni dei contesti preistorici, sui metodi di ricerca e sulle trasformazioni economiche e sociali della preistoria.


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          Explore a specially-curated collection of articles on Ancient Economy from Antiquity . Free to access for the duration of 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology Cologne/Bonn, 22 – 26 May 2018.

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          [First posted in AWOL 21 March 2012. Updated 22 May 2018]

          Internet Archaeology 
          ISSN: 1363-5387

          Internet Archaeology has been publishing on the web since 1996 and is the premier e-journal for archaeology. Internet Archaeology is an open access, independent, not-for-profit journal. It publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of electronic publication through the inclusion of video, audio, searchable data sets, full-colour images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is international in scope, a true journal without borders, and all content is peer-reviewed. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and digitally archived by the Archaeology Data Service.

          Issue 50. Big Data on the Roman Table: new approaches to tablewares in the Roman world

          Edited by Penelope Allison, Martin Pitts and Sarah Colley

          Theme proposal received: October 2016; Accepted: September 2017; Published: May 2018

          Section 1

          An Introduction to a Research Network: the rationale and the approaches
          Penelope Allison

          Section 2. Analysing vessel use

          Form Follows Function. A new approach to determining vessel function
          Vincent van der Veen

          Domestic Patterns of Tableware Consumption in Roman Celtiberia
          Jesús Bermejo Tirado

          Calculating Liquid Capacity to Understand what could have been Consumed from 'Drinking' Vessels
          William Baddiley

          The Uses of South Gaulish Terra Sigillata on the Roman Table. A study of nomenclature and vessel function
          Geoffrey Dannell

          Section 3. Table settings and consumption practices

          Pottery Function, Dining and Funerary Assemblages. A comparative study from northern Gaul
          Alice Dananai and Xavier Deru

          From Table to Grave: Examining Table Settings in Roman Britain from Funerary Evidence
          Edward Biddulph

          A Terra Sigillata Revolution? Terra sigillata consumption in first-century AD Roman Mediterranean Gaul
          Benjamin P. Luley

          From the Spreadsheet to the Table? Using 'spot-dating' level pottery records from Roman London to explore functional trends among open vessel forms
          Michael Marshall and Fiona Seeley

          Eating In and Dining Out in Roman Leicester: Exploring pottery consumption patterns across the town and its suburbs
          Nicholas J. Cooper, Elizabeth Johnson and Martin J. Sterry

          Section 4. New techniques for collation, analysis and visualisation

          Exploring Automated Pottery Identification [Arch-I-Scan]
          Ivan Tyukin, Konstantin Sofeikov, Jeremy Levesley, Alexander N. Gorban, Penelope Allison and Nicholas J. Cooper

          Measuring Usewear on Black Gloss Pottery from Rome through 3D Surface Analysis
          Laura M. Banducci, Rachel Opitz and Marcello Mogetta

          Building an Ontology of Tablewares using 'Legacy Data'
          Daniël van Helden, Yi Hong and Penelope Allison

          Classifying and Visualising Roman Pottery using Computer-scanned Typologies
          Jacqueline Christmas and Martin Pitts

          Multivariate and Spatial Visualisation of Archaeological Assemblages
          Martin Sterry

          Section 5. Getting pots to the table: broader perspectives

          Was there a Difference between Roman 'Civil' and 'Military' Samian (terra sigillata) Market Supply? Finding answers with statistical distribution analysis methods
          Allard Mees

          Early Imperial Tableware in Roman Asia Minor: a perspective on the diachronic patterns and morphological developments
          Rinse Willet

          How were Imitations of Samian Formed?
          Tino Leleković

          Section 6. Discussion of this network

          Big Data Analyses of Roman Tableware: information standards, digital technologies and research collaboration
          Sarah Colley and Jane Evans

          The Echo of Past Choices: The Roman dining table under twenty-first century scrutiny
          Steven Willis


          Appendix A: Roman Tablewares: some notes on definitions and terminology by Penelope Allison and Martin Pitts
          Appendix B: Glossary and Abbreviations: 1) Fabrics, forms and their abbreviations 2)Other technical terms and abbreviations
          Appendix C: 'Big Data on the Roman Table' Workshops
          All our content is Open Access. 

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          Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online

          Lichtheim, Miriam (1997). Moral Values in Ancient Egypt. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: University Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Bieberstein, Klaus (1995). Josua - Jordan - Jericho: Archäologie, Geschichte und Theologie der Landnahmeerzählungen Josua 1-6. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Die Griechen und der Vordere Orient: Beiträge zum Kultur- und Religionskontakt zwischen Griechenland und dem Vorderen Orient im 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. Edited by: Witte, Markus; Alkier, Stefan (2003). Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Morenz, Ludwig D (2004). Bild-Buchstaben und symbolische Zeichen: Die Herausbildung der Schrift in der hohen Kultur Altägyptens. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Academic Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Sallaberger, Walther; Westenholz, Aage (1999). Mesopotamien: Akkade-Zeit und Ur III-Zeit. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Charpin, Dominique; Edzard, Dietz Otto; Stol, Marten (2004). Mesopotamien: Die altbabylonische Zeit. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Academic Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
          Koenen, Klaus (2003). Bethel: Geschichte, Kult und Theologie. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

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           [First posted in AWOL 19 November 2012, updated 22 May 2018]

          Demonthings: Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project

          The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project is made up of a group of scholars from around the world focussing on the subject of demons in Ancient Egypt from its earliest times (Predynastic) to the Byzantine.

          As in the past, demons abound in the media today—from tales of possession to the labeling of political policies as “demonic,” to the channeling of spirits for healing. Some of the most prevalent rituals in the ancient and modern worlds are those that are designed to target demons who were blamed for a host of physical and psychological ailments, problems, and afflictions. Other rites call upon helpful demons for protection and defense.

          For the ordinary person in Ancient Egypt, they likely played a greater role in their everyday lives than the well-known gods Amun, Ra, Isis, Osiris, or Hathor.

          One of our aims is to illuminate this darker side of Ancient Egyptian life.

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        • 05/23/18--04:32: The Art of Counting
        • The Art of Counting

          Art of Counting
          The Art of Counting is a ground-breaking research project that applies statistical methods to the study of visual material.  This approach has already proven its immense value through a successful doctoral dissertation (directed by David O’Connor) that focused on the reliefs of the memorial temple of Ramses III at Medinet Habu.  The data-driven methodology proved to be an extremely efficient and informative tool for investigating the complex and intricately interwoven iconography present in these scenes.  Currently, the Art of Counting approach is being applied to ancient Egyptian imagery, but the methodology is equally well suited to research visual material from any era.  See About the Project for more information on this innovative effort.

          This endeavor is an international and collaborative one, bringing together specialists across the globe.  The scale of the task at hand–quantifying, recording, and analyzing the immense body of visual material from ancient Egypt–simply requires a group effort and the Art of Counting team already includes more than a dozen Egyptologists in addition to our statistical and technological partners.   As we begin investigating other eras, this group of specialists will further expand.  Find out more at About the Team.

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        • 05/23/18--05:35: DART-Europe E-theses Portal
        • And see also ETHoS: Electronic Thesis Online Service,  a single point of access to all theses produced by UK Higher Education.

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          Beihefte der Bonner Jahrbücher

          Die Buchreihe steht für die Interessensgebiete der universitären historischen und archäologischen Forschung in der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft einerseits und die musealen Interessen des Bonner Landesmuseums andererseits. Ein Schwerpunktthema ist die Archäologie und Militärgeschichte des Rheinlandes, und auch klassisch-archäologische Themen finden hier Platz. Neben umfassenden Abhandlungen und Qualifikationsarbeiten sind auch Sammelbände, Festschriften und Kongressberichte erschienen. Vergriffene Bände werden durch die Herausgeber in lockerer Folge als Digitalisate eingestellt.

          Michael Rathmann

          Untersuchungen zu den Reichsstraßen in den westlichen Provinzen des Imperium Romanum

          Beihefte der Bonner Jahrbücher, Band 55
          Die Studie legt den Fokus auf die Reichsstraßen in den Provinzen des Imperium Romanum, ihre Definition, Administration und Finanzierung. Auf italischem Boden wird eine Via publica durch Rechtsnormen  definiert, für überregionale Straßen in den Provinzen sind wir hingegen auf Meilensteine entlang der Strecke, die Erwähnung der Verbindung in den Itineraren sowie ihre Darstellung auf der Tabula Peutingeriana angewiesen. Die Administration erfolgt in Italien durch Straßenkuratoren, in den Provinzen primär durch die Städte, punktuell von den Statthaltern unterstützt; kaiserliche Eingriffe sind selten. Folglich obliegen auch die Finanzierung und der Unterhalt den Städten an der Strecke.
          Rezensionen: Gerion 22, 2004, S. 554f.; sehepunkte 5, 2005, Nr. 9; Gymnasium 112, 2005, S. 570f.; Museum Helveticum 62, 2005, S. 257; Historische Zeitschrift 282, 2006, S. 174f.; Latomus 65, 2006, S. 1072f.; Klio 89, 2007, 237f.; Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 62, 2009, S. 72-74; Gnomon 85, 2013, S. 342-347 

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          Novensia: Studia i Materiały
          ISSN: 0860-5777

          The Centre for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe publishes the annual Novensia since 1987. It includes articles in English, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, German and French. The works are usually focused on Greek and Roman antiquity related issues in general and the sites excavated by the Centre in particular.

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          British School of Archaeology in Iraq Newsletter

          BISI currently produces an annual newsletter, presenting the highlights of the year and reports on funded research and outreach projects. Below you can read PDFs of BISI Newsletters from 2003 to the present.

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