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Open Access Books on Antiquity at Open Book Publishers

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 May 3013, updated 16 November 2014]

Open Book Publishers
Complete digital versions of all our books are made freely available online via our website. You can find the link on each book's main page. These versions can be read on any computer or mobile device that is connected to the Internet. 
In addition to these free online editions, downloadable and printable pdfs can be purchased for all our titles. We also offer ebook files (in either ePub or mobi formats), although currently these are only available for select titles. 
Following are the titles relating to antiquity
Books are listed according to publication date; our most recent titles are listed first.




The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies Across the Disciplines
Kevin R. Brine, Elena Ciletti and Henrike Lähnemann (eds.)

Bibliothèque numérique Medic@

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Bibliothèque numérique Medic@
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Réalisée par le Service d’Histoire de la santé de la Bibliothèque interuniversitaire de santé, la collection Medic@ (ISSN : 1164-8678) réédite, sous forme électronique accessible gratuitement en ligne, des documents anciens appartenant pour la plupart au fonds de la bibliothèque : monographies, thèses, articles, périodiques, manuscrits.
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La Politique documentaire de Medic@
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Medic@’s digitization policy

Medic@ est structurée en séries, subdivisées en dossiers

  • Le Corpus des médecins de l’Antiquité publie les éditions majeures des auteurs anciens (Hippocrate, Galien, Oribase...) établies depuis la Renaissance jusqu’au 19e siècle et possédées par la BIU Santé.
  • La série Médecine du Moyen-Age regroupe des ouvrages écrits à l'époque médiévale.
  • La série Médecins et savants regroupe des dossiers monographiques consacrés aux œuvres de personnalités remarquables.
  • La série Epidémies, maux et maladies contient des dossiers consacrés à des pathologies ou des maux.
  • La série Histoire de la médecine et de ses institutions est consacrée aux ouvrages d’histoire ou à des sources concernant les institutions de la médecine.
  • La série Varia regroupe des ensembles de documents par type ou par éditeur.
  • La série Références rassemble des documents de référence, structurés de façon à faciliter l’accès rapide aux informations. Ainsi, les dictionnaires sont organisés de façon à permettre, en une seule requête, de consulter toutes les entrées pertinentes de tous les dictionnaires proposés.
  • La série Pharmaciecontient des dossiers qui concernent la pharmacie.

A côté de ces séries...

  • La rubrique La médecine il y a 100 ans propose chaque année un dossier consacré à l’actualité de la médecine un siècle plus tôt.
  • La rubrique Nouvelles acquisitions patrimoniales présente les documents notables récemment entrés à la BIU Santé, qu’ils aient ou non été numérisés intégralement.
  • La rubrique Nouveautés de Medic@ permet de voir la liste des documents nouvellement entrés dans Medic@.
  • Including, among other things:
    Corpus des médecins
    de l'Antiquité
    Aetius d'Amide  
    Alexandre de Tralles  
    Apollonius de Citium  
    Arétée de Cappadoce  
    Caelius Aurelianus  
    Celse  
    Dioscoride
    Erotianus  
    Galien
    Hippocrate
    Marcellus  
    Nicandre  
    Nicolas de Damas  
    Oribase
    Paul d'Egine  
    Philostrate  
    Priscianus  
    Rufus d'Ephèse  
    Sammonicus, Quintus Serenus  
    Scribonius Largus  
    Stephanus  
    Synésius  
    Theophanes Nonnus  
    Théophile  
    Recueils d'auteurs divers  
    Traditions hippocratiques et galéniques  
    Naturalistes anciens
    Alexandre d'Aphrodise  
    Aristote  
    Artémidore  
    Dioclès de Caryste  
    Némésius  
    Pline
    Théophraste  

    Hippiatrie et médecine vétérinaire antique
    Pelagonius, Végèce, et al.

    Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum Old Kingdom Volumes Online

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    [First posted in AWOL 18 July 2012, updated 18 November 2014]

    Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum: Lose-Blatt-Katalog Ägyptischer Altertümer
    Old Kingdom Volumes Courtesy of
    The Giza Digital Library



    Title Related People Date of Publication
    Hölzl, Regina. Reliefs und Inschriftensteine des Alten Reiches I. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 18. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1999. Regina Hölzl 1999
    Hölzl, Regina. Reliefs und Inschriftensteine des Alten Reiches 2.Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 21. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 2001. Regina Hölzl 2001
    Jaroš-Deckert, Brigitte. Statuen des Alten Reiches. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 15. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1993. Brigitte Jaroš-Deckert 1993
    Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches. Teil 1. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 3. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1978. Karl Martin 1978
    Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches. Teil 2. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 7. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1979. Karl Martin 1979
    Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches und verwandte Denkmäler. Teil 3. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 8. Mit Beiträgen von Peter Kaplony. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1980. Karl Martin 1980
    Martin-Pardey, Eva. Plastik des Alten Reiches . Teil 1. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 1. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1977. Eva Martin-Pardey 1977
    Martin-Pardey, Eva. Plastik des Alten Reiches . Teil 2. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 4. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1978. Eva Martin-Pardey 1978
    Martin-Pardey, Eva. Eingeweidegefässe. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 5. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1979. Eva Martin-Pardey 1979
    Martin-Pardey, Eva. Grabbeigaben, Nachträge und Ergänzungen. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 6. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1991. Eva Martin-Pardey 1991

    Open Access Journal: eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies

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    [First posted in AWOL 23 May 2011. Updated 18 November 2014]

    eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies
    ISSN 2192-2608
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    eTopoi is a bilingual magazine which is published by the Excellence Cluster Topoi. It is an open access periodical, and all articles are available as PDF documents free of charge. eTopoi provides a forum of exchange between all disciplines in the area of classical and ancient studies, from pre- and early history to Egyptology and Near Eastern studies, to classical archaeology, classical philosophy, linguistics, literary studies, theories of science, and theology, and extending to other disciplines as well.
    Envisioned for inclusion in particular are articles dealing with the shaping and transformation of spatial structures and knowledge systems in ancient societies, as well as with perceptions of and reflections on these phenomena. The focus is on innovative forms of interdisciplinary collaboration, including geoscientific-archaeological projects and ones in computational archaeology, in the history of knowledge, and in historical geography. The magazine hence mirrors the orientations of both research institutes, the disciplines they represent, and the networks of partner institutions with which they are affiliated. It is available as a platform to all interested researchers worldwide.


    2012

    Special Volume 3 (2012)

    Wiebke Bebermeier, Robert Hebenstreit, Elke Kaiser, Jan Krause (eds.), Landscape Archaeology. Conference (LAC 2012)

    Special Volume 2 (2012)

    Susan Pollock (ed.), Between Feasts and Daily Meals. Toward an Archaeology of Commensal Spaces

    2011

    Special Volume 1 (2011)

    Friederike Fless, Gerd Graßhoff, Michael Meyer (eds.), Reports of the Research Groups at the Topoi Plenary Session 2010








    One Off Journal Issues: Special Issue on Trafficking Cultural Objects

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    European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research
    ISSN: 0928-1371 (Print)  
    ISSN: 1572-9869 (Online)
    The European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research monitors crime trends in today’s enlarged Europe and beyond. The focus of its peer-reviewed coverage is on understanding crime in different geographical and socio-economic contexts, on presenting innovative crime prevention policies and practices, and on following legislative and institutional change. 

    Volume 20, Issue 4, December 2014

    Special Issue on Trafficking Cultural Objects

    Issue Editors:


    ASOR Resources online

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    In preparation for this week's 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research I have pulled together this short list of open access materials from ASOR:
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    Are there more?

    All of the journals of the American School of Oriental Research, under past and present names, are accessible at JSTOR.  Early volumes, for which copyright has expired, are available in open access:

    The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research  

    The Annual of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem    

    Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
    Bulletin of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem  
    • No. 3, Apr., 1921, pp. 1-6Free Content
    • No. 2, Feb., 1920, pp. 1-10Free Content
    • No. 1, Dec., 1919, pp. 1-5Free Content

    Use #asor14 on Twitter


    Open Access Journal: TAARII Newsletter

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    [First posted in AWOL 10/25/09.  Updated 18 November 2014]

    TAARII Newsletter: The American Academic Research Institute in Iraq
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    The American Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TAARII — formerly the American Association for Research in Baghdad, AARB) has been established to promote scholarly research on and in Iraq and ancient Mesopotamia. The Institute, a consortium of American universities and museums, intends to establish a multidisciplinary American scholarly research center in Iraq when conditions permit. TAARII raises funds for graduate and post-graduate fellowships for Americans to work on Iraq in as broad a range of disciplines as possible. It also has a fellowship program for Iraqi academics to aid them in carrying out research in Iraq. TAARII initiates its own research projects and fosters joint projects between American and Iraqi academics. Like similar American overseas research centers, TAARII has as its primary focus the humanities and social sciences, as well as closely related natural sciences, but it will facilitate outstanding research in any legitimate academic field.
    ANNOUNCEMENT
    As readers may by aware, TAARII is committed to producing and printing a bilingual newsletter in English and in Arabic. Our September 2007 issue, sadly, was printed primarily in English (with Arabic to appear on the website). We regret that, beginning with the Spring 2008 issue, our newsletter is in printed in English only. We hope to seek funds for its Arabic translation for posting on our website and are actively seeking support for the ongoing cost of translation, so that we can continue printing a bilingual edition. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we raise the necessary funds.
    Issue No. 8-2 Fall 2013
    Issue No. 8-1 Spring 2013
    Issue No. 7-2 Fall 2012
    Issue No. 7-1 Spring 2012
    Issue No. 6-2 Fall 2011
    Issue No. 6-1 Spring 2011
    Issue No. 5-2 Fall 2010
    Issue No. 5-1 Spring 2010
    Issue No. 4-2 Fall 2009
    Issue No. 4-1 Spring 2009
    Issue No. 3-2 Fall 2008
    Issue No. 3-1 Spring 2008
    Issue No. 2-2 Fall 2007 (English and Arabic)
    Issue No. 2-1 Spring 2007 (Enlgish and Arabic)
    Issue No. 1-2 Fall 2006 (English)
    Issue No. 1-2 Fall 2006 (Arabic)
    Issue No. 1-1 Spring 2006


    Open Access Journal: ACOR Newsletter

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    [First posted in AWOL 12 November 2009. Updated 18 November  2014]

    ACOR Newsletter
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    ACOR's first newsletter was issued in November, 1989 by Dr. Bert de Vries, who served as Director of ACOR between 1988-1991. The goal of the newsletter remains to keep friends and alumni informed of major developments and events at the institute. ACOR's newsletter is published twice a year. Below is the complete set of newsletters.

     2014 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 26.1
     2013 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 25.2
     2013 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 25.1
     2012 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 24.2
     2012 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 24.1
     2011 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 23.2
     2011 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 23.1
     2010 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 22.2
     2010 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 22.1
    2009 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 21.2
    2009 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 21.1
    2008 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 20.2
    2008 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 20.1
    2007 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 19.2
    2007 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 19.1
    2006 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 18.2
    2006 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 18.1
    2005 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 17.2
    2005 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 17.1
    2004 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 16.2
    2004 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 16.1
    2003 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 15.2
    2003 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 15.1
    2002 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 14.2
    2002 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 14.1
    2001 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 13.2
    2001 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 13.1
    2000 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 12.2
    2000 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 12.1
    1999 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 11.2
    1999 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 11.1
    1998 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 10.2
    1998 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 10.1
    1997 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 9.2
    1997 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 9.1
    1996 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 8.2
    1996 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 8.1
    1995 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 7.2
    1995 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 7.1
    1994 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 6.2
    1994 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 6.1
    1993 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 5.2
    1993 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 5.1
    1992 Winter ACOR Newsletter Vol. 4.2
    1992 Summer ACOR Newsletter Vol. 4.1
    1991 November ACOR Newsletter No. 5
    1991 May ACOR Newsletter No. 4
    1990 November ACOR Newsletter No. 3
    1990 May ACOR Newsletter No. 2
    1989 November ACOR Newsletter No. 1

    Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Ritual

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    CMAwRo: Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Rituals
    Head of an Assyrian woman (© Trustees of the British Museum)
    CMAwRo presents online critical editions of Mesopotamian rituals and incantations against witchcraft. The text editions and translations are derived from the Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Rituals (CMAwR; vol. 1, Brill: 2011).

    The DFG-funded research project "Corpus babylonischer Rituale und Beschwörungen gegen Schadenzauber: Edition, lexikalische Erschließung, historische und literarische Analyse" is directed by Daniel Schwemer (University of Würzburg).
    You can view the project's content here.
    An explanatory website on Mesopotamian witchcraft and magic can be found on http://www.cmawro.altorientalistik.uni-wuerzburg.de/.
    Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Ritual is a component of

    Compact Memory Judaica Periodicals Online

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    [First posted in AWOL 11 April 2012, updated 19 November 2014]

    Compact Memory
    http://sammlungen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/cm/domainimage/resource3699332
    The collection contains 110 most important Jewish German newspapers and periodicals in Central Europe in the period from 1806-1938 and is one of the most important historic resources for Jewish Studies in modern times. The periodicals cover the complete range of religious, political, social, cultural and academic aspects of Jewish life. 

    The database contains ca. 700.000 pages as images, some periodicals have been processed by OCR, others have been indexed thoroughly. The database offers advanced search options, downloading and printing of articles.

    The database was sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG) in the years of 2000-2006. Partners of the project were the Judaica Division of the University Library Frankfurt am Main, Prof. em. Dr. Hans Otto Horch, former Professor at the Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Europäisch-Jüdische Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte at the RWTH Aachen University and the Germania Judaica, Cologne.

    While Compact Memory is not specifically focused on Antiquity, it does include several pertinent journals:  Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums;  Zeitschrift für die religiösen Interessen des Judenthums;  Zeitschrift für die Wissenschaft des Judentums; Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift für jüdische Theologie;  Magazin für die Wissenschaft des Judentums. Click through above for the list of All Titles,
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    Open Access Journal: Studii de Preistorie

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    [First posted in AWOL 7 July 2010, updated 19 November 2014]

    Studii de Preistorie
    Studii de Preistorie Supplementum

    Publicaţii ARA
    Colegiu de redacţie





    Studii de Preistorie 1
    2002

    Studii de Preistorie 2
    2003-2004

    Studii de Preistorie 3
    2005-2006

























    Studii de preistorie 4/2007



    Studii de preistorie 5/2008



    Studii de preistorie 6/2009



    Studii de preistorie 7/2010
    • Douglass W. BAILEY- Interview with Bjørnar Olsen (University of Tromsø)
    • Leonid CĂRPUŞ - Patocenoze şi paleomediu în zona vest pontică, din preistorie până în antichitate
    • Piotr JACOBSSON, Adina BORONEANŢ - Set in clay: altars in place at Cuina Turcului, Iron Gates Gorge
    • Valentina VOINEA - Un nou simbol Hamangia
    • Cornelia CĂRPUŞ, Leonid CĂRPUŞ - Analiza microscopică privind idolii Hamangia descoperiţi în zona Cheile Dobrogei–Târguşor
    • Sabin POPOVICI - O piesă inedită descoperită la Hotărani La turn, jud. Olt
    • Evgenia NAYDENOVA - Actual research status of the Chalcolithic cultures Polyanitsa and Boian
    • Radian ANDREESCU, Katia MOLDOVEANU, Carmen BEM - The Eneolithic settlements from Gumelniţa, Sultana and Căscioarele. An environment analysis
    • Albane BURENS, Sorin AILINCĂI, Cristian MICU, Laurent CAROZZA, Elena LĂZURCĂ - Premières observations sur les techniques de façonnage et de finition de la céramique chalcolithique Gumelniţa A2 du site de Carcaliu (Dobroudja, Roumanie)
    • Cristian Eduard ŞTEFAN - New data concerning the representation of human foot in the Gumelniţa culture
    • Stoilka TERZIJSKA-IGNATOVA - A new type of Late Chalcolithic zoomorphic cult tables
    • Dimitar CHERNAKOV - Some observations about the discovered human skeletons at Rousse tell
    • Lolita NIKOLOVA - Towards prehistoric wellness in Eurasia: clay and health
    • Sorin Cristian AILINCĂI, Florian MIHAIL - Psalii din corn descoperite în aşezări ale culturii Babadag din nordul Dobrogei

    • NOTE ŞI DISCUŢII
    • Alexandru DRAGOMAN, Gabriel DRAGOMIR - A few thoughts inspired by a book
    • Cătălin LAZĂR - The Second Cemetery from Sultana-Malu Roşu? Some hypothetical considerations

    • PREZENTĂRI DE CARTE

    • Suciu Cosmin Ioan, Cultura Vinča în Transilvania, Bibliotheca Brukenthal, XLIV, Editura Altip, Alba-Iulia, 2009, ISBN 978-117-250-7, 304 pagini, 352 figuri (Mădălina VOICU)
    • Mihai Gligor, Aşezarea neolitică şi eneolitică de la Alba Iulia-Lumea Nouă în lumina noilor cercetări, Cluj-Napoca, Ed. Mega, 2009, ISBN 978-606-543-045-7, 482 pagini, 217 planşe (Vasile OPRIŞ)

    Prezentarea volumului


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    Supplementum 2



    Supplementum 3



    Ancient Jew Review

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    Ancient Jew Review
    http://static.squarespace.com/static/5449167fe4b078c86b41f810/t/544edec3e4b07cd67394e720/1414454992493/
    The Ancient Jew Review is the one stop for all your Ancient Jewish needs. The site regularly produces original content pieces, reviews books, interviews scholars of note on past and future projects, discusses contemporary issues, and creates a community of engaged readers with digital and in person discussion and book groups. The site also curates news and social media discussions relevant to Ancient Judaism. Finally, we provide a space to collaborate and create resources for students and scholars of Ancient Judaism. 

    Editors

    Krista Dalton is a PhD student at Columbia. 
    Simcha Gross is a PhD student at Yale. 
    Nathan Schumer is a PhD Candidate at Columbia.

    New Open Access Journal: ISMAgazine: Periodico di informazione dell’Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico (ISMA-CNR)

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    ISMAgazine: Periodico di informazione dell’Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico (ISMA-CNR)
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    L’Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico (ISMA)è nato nel 2013, dalla fusione dell’Istituto di Studi sulle Civiltà Italiche e del Mediterraneo Antico (ISCIMA) e dell’Istituto di Studi sulle Civiltà dell’Egeo e del Vicino Oriente (ICEVO). Svolge ricerche interdisciplinari di carattere storico, archeologico e filologico-epigrafico relative ad una vasta area geografica e ad un ampio arco cronologico: le attività dell’Istituto, infatti, riguardano le civiltà antiche del Vicino Oriente e del bacino del Mediterraneo (Egeo, area etrusco-italica e fenicio-punica, età classica e tardo-antica), coprendo un periodo che va dal IV millennio a.C. fino ai primi secoli della nostra era.
    Dal punto di vista metodologico i metodi della ricerca storica sono integrati da archeometria e informatica, con lo scopo di realizzare anche soluzioni innovative avanzate applicabili alle fonti storiche, ai dati archeologici e a quelli epigrafico-linguistici. L’Istituto intrattiene strette collaborazioni con Enti locali, Soprintendenze, Musei ed altre Istituzioni nazionali e con Enti di ricerca e Istituzioni di numerosi Paesi stranieri europei ed extra-europei.
    Periodico di informazione dell’Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico (ISMA-CNR)Coordinamento:Alessandro NasoRedazione:Lucia Alberti, Vincenzo Bellelli, Marco bonechi, Massimo Botto, Alessandra Caravale, Carla SfameniCuratori:Alessandra Caravale, Marco BonechiProgetto grafico, ricerca iconografica, impaginazione, elaborazioni e trattamento delle immagini:Marcello Bellisario, Laura Attisani



    N° 1 – Settembre 2014

    Archimède: Archéologie et histoire ancienne

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    Archimède: Archéologie et histoire ancienne
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    La revue Archimède. Archéologie et histoire ancienne est une revue liée à l’Unité mixte de recherche 7044 "Archéologie et histoire ancienne : Europe-Méditerranée" (Archimède).

    Double objectif scientifique : 

    • valoriser les productions et expertises du laboratoire 
    • jouer un rôle dans le paysage international de la recherche en archéologie et en histoire (de la Préhistoire à Byzance, Europe-Méditerranée).

    Axes structurants :

    • favoriser les interactions disciplinaires
    • encourager les collaborations avec les acteurs de l’archéologie préventive (INRAP, PAIR, ANTEA)
    • accueillir et favoriser les travaux des historiens et des archéologues croisant les thématiques des sciences sociales et de l’anthropologie culturelle
    • approfondir les collaborations entre historiens, archéologues et spécialistes des sciences de la nature.

    Dig Quest: Israel

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    Dig Quest: Israel
    By The Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority
    Become an archeologist! Use your iPhone or iPad as a tool to tap, dig, and explore Israel’s past. Discover the Dead Sea Scrolls in an ancient cave, and piece them together to reveal their meaning! Dig up the 2,000 year old Lod Mosaic, then uncover its story in a fast-paced quiz game! You’ll need skills, creativity, and smarts to become a great archaeologist and unlock all the rewards.

    WHAT YOU GET TO DO
    • Use your iPhone or iPad as an archaeological tool to brush, tap, and dig for hidden relics
    • Explore an ancient cave and search for the Dead Sea Scrolls then piece 14 of them together in a challenging puzzle game
    • Dig up a 2,000 year old mosaic floor and play a fast-paced quiz game in which you unlock the secrets of the mosaic
    • Grow your own collection of antiquities as you master the games – try to win them all!

    FEATURES
    • 30+ levels in two unique games based on world-famous archaeological discoveries
    • 50+ stunning images of real antiquities
    • Amazing historical facts and artifacts
    • Spoken word excerpts from the Dead Sea Scrolls
    • Gabe, your host and team leader, is based on a composite of real archaeologists working in the field

    A UNIQUE APP
    Dig Quest: Israel was created by the Israel Antiquities Authority and features addictive games and puzzles based on world-famous antiquities in the National Treasures. The games in the App are designed around real discoveries and archaeological artifacts and were developed in collaboration with the IAA’s team of pre-eminent archaeologists, scholars and researchers. As they play, kids get a feel for what archaeologists do as they experience the excitement of discovery and the creativity and skills involved in solving mysteries from the distant past.

    The Dead Sea Scrolls are among the oldest biblical manuscripts and are considered the greatest manuscript discovery of the 20th century.

    The Lod Mosaic is one of the largest, best preserved Roman mosaics ever found and is currently touring the world with stops at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Louvre, Waddeson Manor and the Hermitage.

    **FREE for iPhone and iPad

    Some Open Access Articles from Chronique d'Égypte

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     [First posted in AWOL 5 January 2011, updated 21 November 2014]

    The website of Chronique d'Égypte (ISSN 0009-6067) includes links to a set of open access articles:
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    [The following articles are no longer on the official website but remain accessible at the Internet Archive links below]
    Quelques contributions récentes sont disponibles ici en version pdf:
    ·  Herman De Meulenaere, Sculptures dorées d'Abydos (2004) - version pdf
    ·  Jean Bingen, Herman De Meulenaere, Luc Limme et Alain Martin, Arpag Mekhitarian (1911-2004) (2005) - version pdf
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