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Traianus
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TRAIANVS es un portal técnico, en el que investigadores de la Ingeniería Romana, procedentes del ámbito de la Ingeniería Civil y de la Arqueología, exponen sus trabajos y los dan a conocer a la opinión pública.
Cada autor es responsable de las opiniones por él vertidas, firma su artículo y se reserva los derechos de autor y copia.
TRAIANVS is a technical portal of the Roman engineering researchers from the field of Civil Engineering and of Archaeology. They expose their work and make them known to the public.
All authors are responsible for their own opinions. They also sign their own articles, which are, in turn, protected by copyright.

Es opinión común entre los estudiosos de la ingeniería romana, que el conocimiento de las obras de ingeniería de esa civilización, del nivel tecnológico alcanzado en ellas y de sus características técnicas, es muy escaso.

En TRAIANVS, además de compartir tal parecer, sabemos que uno de los mayores problemas al que se enfrenta el estudio crítico de estas obras, es la carencia crónica de identidad que la mayoría de ellas soportan.

O lo que es lo mismo: Una buena parte de las obras imputadas a los ingenieros romanos, no son tales; mientras que un gran número de ellas están por descubrir o identificar correctamente como romanas.
Tal vez el caso de las calzadas y los puentes sea el más patente en cuanto a identidad equivocada, aunque también quedan por descubrir la mayoría de los abastecimientos de agua a las grandes ciudades romanas y las obras de regulación hídrica.

Con estos trabajos TRAIANVS pretende colaborar a la divulgación y a la correcta identificación de la obras de ingeniería romana.

VIAE

Isaac Moreno Gallo2013 Imagen-realidad vías romanas2013 Nomenclatura viaria antigua2010 Huellas de ingeniería perdida2010 Valorización de vías romanas2010 Erudición y vías romanas2010 Documentación y vías romanas2010 Routes et puissance de Rome2010 Identificación de vías romanas2010 Vías romanas y modernas2009 Vía Caesaraugusta-Beneharno2008 El Camino del Parpers2007 El Puerto de la Fuenfría2006 Vías romanas de Astorga2006 Epigrafía viaria del Noroeste2006 Caminos históricos del Bierzo2005 Caminos históricos en el Ebro2005 Vía romana del Ardèche2005 Tabula de Peutinger2004 Ingeniería de las vías romanas2004 Miliarios del Noroeste Hispano2004 Repertorio de Villuga-15462004 Vía Delapidata2004 Camino de Santiago III2004 Camino de Santiago II2003 Camino de Santiago I2002 Infraestructura viaria II2001 Infraestructura viaria I2001 Vía de Italia a Hispania Rioja2000 Vía de Italia a Hispania Burgos2000 Via Nova II2000 Via Nova I2001 Vía de Astorga a León2003 Agresiones a vías romanas II2000 Agresiones a vías romanas I2000 Vía de Zaragoza a León1992 Miliarios de la Tarraconense1861 Vía de Uxama a Augustobriga1755 Tratado de Caminos1728 Histoire des Grands Chemins

PONTES

Isaac Moreno Gallo2010 Reparación de Puentes2008 Grafitos y marcas2005 Bóvedas de puentes romanos2005 La Construcción de Puentes2004 I Ponti Romani2004 Técnica constructiva II2003 Identifying Roman Bridges2003 Técnica constructiva I2002 Al-Qanatir2002 Identificación en Hispania2001 Galerías fotográficas2001 Mérida y Alcántara2001 Freixo y Bibei2000 Capacidad de desagüe1997 Puente de La Cigarrosa1996 Tipos de puentes en Hispania1979 Puente de La Pontóriga

METALLA

Isaac Moreno Gallo2011 Norias romanas de Riotinto2010 Ingeniería minera del suroeste2010 Ingeniería del lapis specularis2008 Minería y Puerto de Oiasso2006 Minería del oro en el Teleno2006 Zonas mineras del Noroeste2004 Lapis specularis2004 Ingeniería minera romana2004 Llamas de Cabrera

ARS MENSORIA

Isaac Moreno Gallo2006 La Dioptra2006 L' Abaco2004 Roman Surveying2004 Topografía Romana

ADMINISTRATIO

Isaac Moreno Gallo2010 Régimen Jurídico vías romanas2008 Ejército y Obras Viarias2006 Organización Obras Públicas2006 Concepto de Obra Pública

AQUAE

Isaac Moreno Gallo2011 Acueducto de Los Bañales2010 Acueducto de Córdoba2010 Acueducto de Sevilla2010 Acueducto Albarracín a Cella2010 Sistemas de abastecimiento2010 Elevación de agua en Vxama2010 Balinea militaria in Britannia2008 Acueducto de Cádiz2007 Dictionnaire hydraulique2007 Aqueduc Gier-t. supérieure2007 Libratio Aqvarvm en français2007 Libratio Aqvarvm en español2006 Acueducto de Uxama2006 Acueducto de la Legio VII2006 Les moulins de Barbegal2006 Ressource hydraulique2006 Acueducto de Sasamón II2005 Der Römerkanal-Wanderweg2004 Hydraulic Design of Aqueducts2004 L'archéologie des aqueducs2004 Aquae ductus2003 Acueducto de Sasamón I2002 Acueducto de Lyón2002 Acueducto de Frejus2002 Acueducto de Itálica2002 Obras hidráulicas en Hispania2002 Acueducto Albarracín-Cella2002 Acueducto de Segovia2002 Cloacas de Calagurris Iulia2001 L'Aqueduc de Tiermes2001 El Acueducto de Tiermes2001 Acueducto de Caesaraugusta2001 L'aqueduc de la cité du Mans

SAEPTA FLUMINUM

Isaac Moreno Gallo
2006 Presas y agua potable2006 Presas de abastecimiento2005 Presas en Avgvsta Emerita2004 Arch Dams2003 Spanish dams from Roman Era2002 Presa de Proserpina2002 Almonacid de la Cuba

PORTUS

Isaac Moreno Gallo2013 Portus gaditanus2011 Faro de Brigantium2008 Señalización Marítima2007 Desarrollo portuario en Roma2002 Le Port Romain en Forum Julii2002 Ingeniería portuaria romana II2001 Ingeniería portuaria romana I

URBES

Isaac Moreno Gallo2010 Urbanismo de Torreparedones2006 Trazado urbano de Asturica2006 Arqueología aérea urbana2004 Patrimonio de Tarragona2002 Obras Públicas de Mérida

MACHINAE

Isaac Moreno Gallo2010 La máquina de serrar piedras2010 Máquinas elevación de agua2010 Ruedas de achique de Riotinto

MUNITIO

Isaac Moreno Gallo2010 Defensas romanas de León2008 La Muralla de Lugo





Open Access Monograph Series: Les Cahiers «Égypte Nilotique et Méditérranéenne»

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[First posted in AWOL 5 July 201, updated 22 December 2014]

CENiM – Les Cahiers «Égypte Nilotique et Méditérranéenne»
ISSN 2102-6637

[Tables of contents only for volumes 2, 3, 5, 8 and 9.]

CENiM
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 Réunis par Gaëlle Tallet et Christiane Zivie-Coche,  Le myrte & la rose. Mélanges offerts à Françoise Dunand par ses élèves, collègues et amis
Réunis par Gaëlle Tallet et Christiane Zivie-Coche
De nombreux étudiants, collègues et amis de Françoise Dunand, professeur émérite d’histoire des religions à l’université de Strasbourg, ont souhaité s’associer à l’hommage qui lui est rendu à travers ces deux volumes. La diversité des contributions organisées par thèmes reflète parfaitement le parcours singulier de la récipiendaire. De formation classique, Françoise Dunand s’est très vite orientée vers la papyrologie grecque d’abord, puis vers l’étude des cultes isiaques, ainsi qu’on les a appelés. Sa rencontre avec l’Égypte fut décisive pour le choix ultérieur de ses champs d’études : religion dans l’Égypte hellénistique et romaine sous ses formes de continuité et d’innovations, travail de terrain dans les nécropoles des oasis occidentales, poursuivi aujourd’hui encore. Reflet même de son enseignement et de ses recherches, témoignage de son rayonnement, on passera des éditions de papyrus au « cercle isiaque », des pratiques funéraires de l’Égypte tardive en faveur des hommes comme des animaux, du rôle des images à l’histoire des religions, des études sur les oasis à celles sur les femmes.
CENiM
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 Textes réunis et édités par Christophe Thiers,  Documents de Théologies Thébaines Tardives (D3T 2)
Textes réunis et édités par Christophe Thiers
Le présent ouvrage poursuit les investigations sur différents aspects des théologies et des pratiques religieuses mises en oeuvre dans la région thébaine. Les contributions mettent particulièrement en exergue le rôle majeur joué par la Butte de Djémê et les temples de Karnak, lieux de création des théologies les plus sophistiquées. Les liens avec les grands centres de Haute Égypte, les temples thébains et ceux de l’oasis de Kharga sont également mis en lumière.
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 Françoise Dunand, Bahgat Ahmed Ibrahim, Roger Lichtenberg,  Le matériel archéologique et les restes humains de la nécropole de Dabashiya
Françoise Dunand, Bahgat Ahmed Ibrahim, Roger Lichtenberg
Cet ouvrage est le résultat le plus récent de la collaboration ancienne initiée par l’Inspecteur en Chef du Service des Antiquités de Kharga, Bahgat Ahmed Ibrahim, et ses collaborateurs, avec l’équipe française dirigée par Françoise Dunand qui travaille depuis maintenant trente ans sur les nécropoles de l’oasis de Kharga. Après l’exploration et la publication de la nécropole de Douch par l’équipe française dans le cadre de l’IFAO, sa collaboration avec le Service des Antiquités s’est matérialisée par l’étude de la nécropole d’Aïn el-Labakha, explorée par les Inspecteurs égyptiens, avec pour résultat un ouvrage paru en 2008. Le présent volume est consacré à la description du site de Dabashiya, dont la nécropole a été explorée par l’équipe égyptienne, à l’étude des momies et du mobilier funéraire de la tombe inviolée n° 22 ainsi qu’au catalogue des objets découverts dans les tombes. Ce site de Dabashiya est d’un intérêt tout particulier, non seulement par ses spécificités, mais par les comparaisons qu’il permet avec les différents sites de l’oasis déjà explorés. On a là encore une mine d’informations sur les pratiques funéraires, bien entendu, et aussi sur les techniques et le mode de vie des habitants de l’oasis aux époques ptolémaïque et romaine.
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Frédéric Servajean,  Quatre études sur la bataille de Qadech
Frédéric Servajean
Avec Megiddo, Qadech est la seule bataille relativement bien connue de la fin de l’âge du bronze. Cependant, contrairement à la première, qui opposa Thoutmosis III à une coalition dirigée par le prince de Qadech, la bataille qui va nous occuper n’a cessé de retenir l’attention des chercheurs. L’importance de la documentation et sa nature pourraient expliquer cela, les textes et les figurations du Poème, du Bulletin et des Reliefs ayant été gravés ou consignés sur les parois de nombreux grands temples et ailleurs. Le fait que cette documentation ne permette pas de reconstituer la bataille dans son ensemble et que certains points restent encore débattus pourraient aussi l’expliquer. Mais il y a probablement une autre raison, de nature psychologique. Car le chercheur perçoit bien qu’à Qadech, il s’est produit quelque chose d’inhabituel, quelque chose ayant justement motivé cette profusion de textes dans lesquels Ramsès se met en scène, combattant seul avec l’aide d’Amon. Au point que l’on a pu écrire que Qadech fut une bataille perdue par les Égyptiens. Mais, simultanément, on se rend bien compte, à l’issue des différentes reconstitutions de celle-ci, que ce ne fut pas le cas. Certes, il ne s’agit pas d’une victoire brillante, comme l’avait été auparavant Megiddo, mais c’est un fait : à Qadech même, Ramsès ne fut pas vaincu.
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 Textes réunis et édités par A. Gasse, Fr. Servajean, et Chr. Thiers,  Et in Ægypto et ad Ægyptum, Recueil d’études dédiées à Jean-Claude Grenier
Textes réunis et édités par A. Gasse, Fr. Servajean, et Chr. Thiers
Étudiants, collègues et amis, égyptologues, hellénistes ou romanistes – nombreux sont les auteurs qui ont tenu à offrir leur contribution à ces Études dédiées à Jean-Claude Grenier, titulaire de la chaire d’égyptologie de l’université Paul Valéry-Montpellier 3. L’extrême variété des sujets abordés offre un reflet fidèle de la multiplicité des intérêts qu’a toujours manifesté Jean-Claude Grenier pour l’histoire antique de la Vallée du Nil et du monde méditerranéen des Césars. C’est aussi une brillante illustration des innombrables étincelles que peut allumer un savant aussi chaleureux dans des esprits différents par leur formation, par leurs intérêts et leur culture. Ces participations aussi généreuses qu’enthousiastes occupent quatre volumes et couvrent plus de deux mille ans d’histoire. Outre des études d’égyptologie « classique », on y trouvera nombre de travaux consacrés aux dernières périodes de l’histoire de l’Égypte ancienne : l’Égypte sous domination romaine et la diffusion des croyances égyptiennes hors d’Égypte sont abordées de manière multiforme. Ces pages d’égyptologie originale s’inscrivent in Ægypto et ad Ægyptum…
814 pages. 70 euros plus frais de port ou 20 euros + frais de port chaque volume separement
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Stéphane Pasquali,  Topographie cultuelle de Memphis 1 a- Corpus. Temples et principaux quartiers de la XVIIIe dynastie
Stéphane Pasquali
Corpus des sources relatives à la topographie cultuelle de la ville de Memphis à la XVIIIe dynastie. Celui-ci est constitué de trois listes : A) les monuments royaux d’origine memphite (vestiges archéologiques, fondations palatiales et cultuelles attestées textuellement), B) une prosopographie du personnel des dieux de la région memphite, C) les sources concernant le quartier de Pérounéfer ainsi que l’arsenal et le port de Memphis jusqu’au début de la XIXe dynastie. Cet ouvrage est le premier volume des monographies associées au projet Topographie cultuelle de Memphis de l’équipe d'égyptologie de l'UMR 5140 (CNRS-Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier III).
CENiM
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 Textes réunis et édités par Christophe Thiers,  Documents de Théologies Thébaines Tardives (D3T 1)
Textes réunis et édités par Christophe Thiers
Le présent ouvrage réunit une dizaine de contributions mettant en exergue différentes facettes des théologies qui se sont développées au coeur de la région thébaine dans le courant du Ier millénaire avant notre ère et plus spécifiquement dans les temples des époques ptolémaïque et romain
242 pages, 20 euros + frais de port.
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 Textes réunis et édités par Isabelle Régen et Frédéric Servajean,  Verba manent. Recueil d’études dédiées à Dimitri Meeks par ses collègues et amis
Textes réunis et édités par Isabelle Régen et Frédéric Servajean
Trente-six études dédiées par ses amis et collègues à l’égyptologue français Dimitri Meeks. Ces contributions portent sur l’histoire, l’archéologie, la religion, la langue (lexicographie, paléographie) et l’environnement naturel de l’Égypte pharaonique. Autant de domaines que Dimitri Meeks a enrichis par des apports décisifs avec un savoir et un talent unanimement reconnus.
467 pages, 40 euros + frais de port.
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Jean-Claude Grenier,  L'Osiris ANTINOOS
Jean-Claude Grenier
Cinq contributions pour approcher par des propositions nouvelles la question posée par l’ « affaire Antinoos » et la fabrication du dernier des dieux : une traduction des inscriptions de l’obélisque romain (l’Obélisque Barberini) qui se dressait sur le site de la tombe d’Antinoos et raconte son apothéose, la question de l’emplacement de cette tombe peut-être à Rome dans les Jardins de Domitia, sur la rive droite du Tibre, où Hadrien fit élever son tombeau dynastique (le Château Saint Ange), une évocation des circonstances de la mort d’Antinoos sans doute à l’issue d’une chasse au lion qui se déroula dans la région d’Alexandrie au début du mois d’août 130, quelques remarques sur la nature « royale » d’Antinoos et une analyse du contexte alexandrin de l’année 130 qui pesant sur sa divinisation fit, peut-être, d’Antinoos un dieu « politique » au lendemain de la « Guerre Juive » qui avait ensanglanté l’Égypte et à la veille de l’ultime conflit qui allait éclater entre l’Empire et la Judée.


Digital Papyri at Houghton Library

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Digital Papyri at Houghton Library
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Houghton Library’s collection of papyri consists of 84 manuscripts dating from the 3rd century BC to the 6th century AD. Most of the papyri come from Oxyrhynchus, but there are also papyri from Hibeh and from the Fayûm. The collection comprises both literary and documentary texts. They are all written in Greek except for one (P. Oxy. 6.987), which is a bookplate written in Coptic. These papyri were given to the Semitic Museum at Harvard by the Egypt Exploration Fund, London, between 1901 and 1909. The Semitic Museum received this “gift” in return for the purchase of a life membership in the Egypt Exploration Fund for $125 by Jacob H. Schiff, the museum’s principal benefactor. In 1960 the papyri were transferred to Houghton Library.
The papyri from Oxyrhynchus were first published by B. P. Grenfell, A. S. Hunt in the first six volumes of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri (London, 1898-1908). The papyri from Fayûm were published by B.P. Grenfell, A.S. Hunt and D.G. Hogarth in Fayûm Towns and their Papyri (London, 1900) and those from Hibeh by B.P. Grenfell and A.S. Hunt in The Hibeh Papyri, I (London, 1906). Among the literary texts, the most notable and best preserved is a papyrus of the Panegyricus of Isocrates (SM 6261). The collection holds also papyri of Homer, Plato, Thucydides, Demosthenes, Menander, and the Gospels. The documentary texts include contracts, petitions, lists, tax receipts, letters and other types of documents. They are primary sources for the study of the political, administrative and social history of the Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt.
This Web site provides strategies for searching Houghton's papyri as well as links to bibliographies related to these materials that were compiled by the Library. Permission to publish from any papyrus is granted at the discretion of the Curator. See Houghton's Reproductions and Permissions page for more information.
 
MS Gr SM2211 P.Oxy.1.8 Poem in hexameters, [ca. 50-150] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2212 P.Oxy.1.46 Letter from Phanias and Diogenes to the agoranomi concerning land distribution, [100] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2213 P.Oxy.1.92 Order to pay ten jars of wine, 335? Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2214 P.Oxy.1.109 List of personal property, chiefly clothes, [ca. 275-ca. 399] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2215 P.Oxy.1.170 Letter to the agoranomi : [ca. 77-ca. 83] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2216 P.Oxy.1.180 Account: order to a banker : [2--?] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2217 P.Oxy.1.200 Agreement by three parties to become sureties for a fourth, [5--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2218 P.Oxy.2.209 Romans 1:1-7, [ca. 300-ca. 350] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2219 P.Oxy.1.284 Petition alleging extortion by a tax collector, [ca. 50] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2220 P.Oxy.1.314 Receipt for taxes paid, [ca. 1 - ca. 50] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2221 P.Oxy.1.328 Notice of a sale of land, [ca. 85] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2222 P.Oxy.1.362 Acknowledgement of the repayment of a loan, 75 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2223 P.Fay.92 Bill of sale for a donkey, 126 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2224 P.Fay.157 Odyssey : 10. 366, 367, 373-402. [ca. 1 - ca. 200] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2225 P.Fay.168 Receipt for tax, 175 or 176 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2226 P.Fay.197 Receipt for tax, 190 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2227 P.Fay.350 Receipt for poll tax, 170 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2228 P.Fay.360 Certificate for five days’ work at Theadelphia, 160 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM2229 P.Fay.362 Certificate for five days’ work at Theadelphia, [between 138 and 161] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3734 P.Oxy.2.211 Perikeiromenē, [ca. 75-ca. 125] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3735 P.Oxy.3.401 Gospel of Matthew, [4-- or 5--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3736 P.Oxy.3.402 First epistle of John in Greek, [4--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3737 P.Oxy.3.446 The Iliad, [ca. 150-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3738 P.Oxy.3.447 The Iliad, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3739 P.Oxy.3.455 The Republic, [ca. 250-ca. 300] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3740 P.Oxy.3.456 The Republic, [ca. 175-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3741 P.Oxy.3.460 De pace, [ca. 200] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3742 P.Oxy.3.452 History of the Peloponnesian War, [1-- or 2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3743 P.Oxy.3.453 History of the Peloponnesian War, [ca. 175-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3744 P.Oxy.3.458 De falsa legatione, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3745 P.Oxy.3.461 On the crown, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3746 P.Oxy.3.462 On the crown, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3747 P.Oxy.3.552 Iliad, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3748 P.Oxy.3.553 The Iliad, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3749 P.Oxy.3.555 The Iliad, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3750 P.Oxy.3.556 The Iliad, [1-- or 2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3751 P.Oxy.3.557 The Iliad, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3752 P.Oxy.3.558 The Iliad, [ca. 175-ca. 300] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3753 P.Oxy.3.559 The Iliad, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3754 P.Fay.145 Order to make a payment, [1st cent. B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3755 P.Fay.147 Order to pay 2 artabae of wheat [1st cent. B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3756 P.Fay.148 Order to Acusilaus to pay 2 artabae of wheat, [1st cent. B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3757 P.Fay.149 Order to pay, [1st cent. B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3758 P.Fay.150 Order to pay various sums of wheat, [1st cent. B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3759 P.Fay.218 List of payments of various taxes, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3760 P.Fay.219 Receipt for payment of beer, [between 41 and 68] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3761 P.Fay.222 Document addressed to Philip the haigialophylax, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3762 P.Fay.225 Letter (?) to a thēsaurophylax, [1-- or 2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3763 P.Fay.227 List of payments from different villages, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3764 P.Fay.230 Report on taxes paid by different villages, 26 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3765 P.Fay.299 Return of persons "epi xenēs", 30 or 31 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3766 P.Fay.320 Account, [1-- or 2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM3767 P.Fay.321 Receipt for the payment of taxes, 62 or 63 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4356 P.Oxy.2.271 Contract transferring a debt, 56 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4357 P.Oxy.3.418 Commentary on Iliad 1, [ca. 175-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4358 P.Oxy.3.533 Letter of Apion to his son Apion and Horion, [ca. 175-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4359 P.Oxy.3.421 Poem in hexameters, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4360 P.Oxy.3.422 Epic poem, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4361 P.Oxy.3.428 Poem in iambics, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4362 P.Oxy.3.423 Poem in hexameters, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4363 P.Oxy.3.430 Poem in comic iambics, [ca. 175-ca. 225] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4364 P.Oxy.3.431 Poem in comic iambics, [1--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4365 P.Oxy.3.434 Poem in hexameters, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4366 P.Oxy.3.506 Contract for a loan, 143 Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4367 P.Oxy.4.655 Gospel of Thomas, [ca. 200-ca. 250] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4368 P.Oxy.4.700 De corona, [ca. 100 - ca. 199] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4369 P.Oxy.4.701 Contra Timocratem, [ca. 175 - ca. 250] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4370 P.Oxy.4.702 Contra Boeotum, [ca. 100-ca. 199] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4371 P.Oxy.3.761 The Iliad, [ca. 50 B.C. - ca. 1 B.C] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4372 P.Oxy.4.764 The Iliad, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4373 P.Oxy.3.765 The Iliad, [2--] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4374 P.Oxy.4.803 Letter, [ca. 50-100] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4375 P.Hib.35 Petition by the administrators of a temple, [ca. 250 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4376 P.Hib.36 Report of the loss of a sheep, [229 or 228 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4377 P.Hib.83 Letter urging a payment of grain, [ca. 258-257 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4378 P.Hib.157 Account, [between 264 and 262 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4379 P.Hib.158 Document concerning wheat and olyra, [ca. 251 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM4380 Text, [2--?] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM6158 P.Hib.9 Epic poetry, [ca. 300 - ca. 280 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM6159 P.Hib.93 Contract of surety, [ca. 250 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM6160 P.Hib.119 Account of rent, [ca. 260 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM6161 P.Hib.166 Account of rent, [ca. 260 B.C.] Bibliography Digital Images
MS Gr SM6162a P.Oxy.5.844 Panegyricus, [ca. 100-130] Bibliography Digital Images
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Open Access Journal: Littera Antiqua

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 [First posted in AWOL 22 August 2012, updated 22 December 2014]

Littera Antiqua
ISSN 2082-9264
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W imieniu Redakcji zapraszam Państwa do składania artykułów, recenzji i rozpraw z zakresu nauk dotyczących antyku grecko-rzymskiego w internetowym czasopiśmie naukowym „Littera Antiqua”, które jest wydawane w Instytucie Filologii Klasycznej Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II. Szczególnie zapraszamy filologów klasycznych, historyków, filozofów oraz wszystkich naukowców zajmujących się starożytnością.

Czasopismo przewidziane jest jako półrocznik. Jego nośnikiem jest internet. Nad utrzymaniem poziomu naukowego czuwają Recenzenci z różnych ośrodków akademickich w Polsce i Europie. Przyjmowane są artykuły w językach kongresowych, a także w języku polskim. Jednym z podstawowych założeń utworzenia czasopisma jest możliwość wykorzystania najnowszych technologii informacyjnych, takich jak prezentacje, filmy, muzyka, zdjęcia, co jest niemożliwe w tradycyjnych czasopismach naukowych ukazujących się drukiem.

Chcemy, aby czasopismo realizowało trzy główne cele: naukowy, popularyzatorski oraz dydaktyczny. Dzięki zastosowaniu nowoczesnych nośników możliwe będzie publikowanie wyników badań naukowych zaraz po otrzymaniu pozytywnych recenzji. Możliwości „medialne” czasopisma słuą uatrakcyjnieniu wyników badań, przez co przyczyniają się do popularyzacji poszczególnych dyscyplin naukowych także wśród młodzieży, której coraz częstszym źródłem wiedzy jest internet.
Wykorzystanie jako nośnika internetu sprawia, że publikacja dociera do znacznie szerszego grona zainteresowanych niż wydania tradycyjne, a także jest doskonałą promocją polskiej myśli naukowej zagranicą.

On behalf of the Editorial Board I invite you to submit your articles, reviews and dissertations concerning Graeco-Roman antiquity in our newly formed, interdisciplinary scholarly web journal 'Littera Antiqua', which will be published in the Institute of Classical Studies of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.
 We especially encourage classical philologists, historians, philosophers and all the scholars whose field of study is antiquity. The journal is planned to be published semi-annually. The primary version is online version (open acces).
 
 The reviewers from different academic centres of Poland and Europe will watch over its scholarly standards. Articles which are published in "Littera Antiqua" are indexed in CEEOL and DOAJ. Our application is also considered by Index Copernicus.
 The basic reasons behind the creation of the new journal are: publication results of research as soon as possible, possibility of academic discussion, the possibility of using for its purposes new information technology such as presentations, animations, music and photographs, which is not possible in the traditional scholarly journals published in print.
Volumes 8 (2014)
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Agnieszka Fulinska
(Jagiellonian University in Krakow)
Dionysos, Orpheus And Argead Macedonia. Overview and perspectives

Lech Giemza
(The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin)
Is it still "magistra vitae"? About changing of Senses ancient Metaphor in Polish modern Essey

Dawid Lipinski
(Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń)
Carna and Cardea – Problem of the Identification of the Goddesses

Leslaw Lesyk
Reminiscences of Orphic Hymns in Byzantine Liturgy


Bartłomiej Proc
(The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin)
Porphyrogeniture in the Achaemenid Persia

Piotr Stepien
(Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan)
The metric-rhythmical structure of Pindar’s O. 2 and its echoes in Aeschylus’ and Euripides’ Supplices
 
Marcin Wasilewski
(University of Lodz)
Currents of Greek Pedagogy. The Outline of methodological and bibliographical issues

 

      
        
 
 


Open Access Monograph Series: Antichistica

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Antichistica
La collana, diretta da Lucio Milano, è dedicata agli studi sul mondo antico e tardo-antico. Essa è destinata ad ospitare pubblicazioni che scaturiscono dalle attività di ricerca di Ca’ Foscari e pubblicazioni di studiosi e istituzioni italiane e straniere che contribuiscano a mettere in evidenza la rete delle collaborazioni nazionali e internazionali dell’Ateneo in ambito antichistico. È suddivisa in quattro sezioni: Storia ed epigrafia; Archeologia; Orientalistica; Filologia e letteratura.
03.2013 - Vol. 1

Microstorie di romanizzazione

Giovannella Cresci Marrone, Patrizia Solinas
Il volume si incentra sull’edizione di 60 iscrizioni (di cui 6 in alfabeto cosiddetto leponzio ...
04.2013 - Vol. 2

Aspetti del sistema preposizionale dell’eblaita

Maria Vittoria Tonietti
La possibilità di penetrare il significato di un testo dipende ampiamente da una corretta comprensione ...
10.2013 - Vol. 3

Festòs protopalaziale

Ilaria Caloi
Lo scopo di questo lavoro è la pubblicazione di due strutture del periodo Protopalaziale (XX-XVIII ...
11.2014 - Vol. 4

Poteri e legittimità nel mondo antico

a cura di Stefania De Vido
La storia della politica nel mondo antico ha costituito uno degli interessi centrali di Pierre ...


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Newly Open Access Journal: TYCHE: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Papyrologie und Epigraphik – Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

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TYCHE: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Papyrologie und Epigraphik – Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

P-ISSN: 1010-9161

E-ISSN: 2409-5540
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TYCHE is a scholarly journal based at the Department of Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy at the University of Vienna. This journal of high academic reputation has been published since 1986 and contains (double-blind) peer-reviewed articles in German, English, French, Italian and Latin. The scientific focus lies on the whole range of antiquity from the beginnings of Greek history to Late antiquity. Emphasis is placed on the edition and interpretation of epigraphic and papyrological sources. The journal further includes papyrological (Korr. Tyche) and epigraphic (Adnotationes epigraphicae) miscellanea, a critical bibliography of Austrian epigraphy (Annona Epigraphica Austriaca) as well as a review section. In addition to the regular annual volumes TYCHE also issues monographic Supplement and Special Volumes.

Vol 28 (2013)

Full Issue

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Table of Contents

Articles

Domo Iudaeus — Zwei neue Grabinschriften aus Carnuntum HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Franziska Beutler, Gabrielle Kremer 16
The Curious Case of Kom Aushim Inv. no. 45: The Rediscovery of a Fragment from a Lost Inscription? HTMLPDF
Lincoln H. Blumell, Mostafa F. Hemieda 6
Deux dédicaces latines inédites de Porolissum (Dacie romaine) HTMLPDF (Français)
Dan Dana, Radu Zăgreanu 9
Testament of Solomon: Addendum to P.Rain.Cent. 39 HTMLPDF
Robert Daniel 3
Entwaffnete Götter: Überlegungen zur Interpretation antiker Waffenweihungen HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Ulrike Ehmig 10
Bestandsklauseln und Abänderungsverbote: Der Schutz zweckgebundener Gelder in der späthellenistischen und kaiserzeitlichen Polis HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Kaja Harter Uibopuu 46
A Newly Discovered Greek Inscription at Novae (Moesia Inferior) Associated with pastus militum HTMLPDF
Adam Łajtar 15
Towards a New Interpretation of CLE 2288 through its ordinatio HTMLPDF
María Limón Belén 6
Accounts Concerning Work of Weavers HTMLPDF
Nikos Litinas 7
Ein spätantiker Papyrusbrief an den magnificentissimus comes Menas HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Amphilochios Papathomas, Aikaterini Tsiousia 7
Accepta pariatoria und pastus militum: Eine neue Statuenbasis mit zwei Inschriften aus Novae HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Tadeusz Sarnowski 12
Bronzeplatte eines unteritalischen Proxenos der Eleer HTMLPDF (Deutsch)
Peter Siewert 15
Rewards to Slaves in the Proscriptions of 82 B.C. HTMLPDF
Alexander Thein 13
Samos, Hegemony, and the Nicuria Decree HTMLPDF
John A. N. Z. Tully 5
When Two Fragments Meet: A Funerary Stela for Two People from Roman Egypt (Nikopolis) HTMLPDF
Sofie Waebens 7
Wojciech Pietruszka: CIL XI 3254 (II.18) — C. Caristanius Fronto from Sutrium? HTMLPDF
Igor Wypijewski, Wojciech Pietruszka 12



    

 

 

New at OAPEN: Glass Making in the Greco-Roman World

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Glass Making in the Greco-Roman World: Results of the ARCHGLASS Project

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Author(s) Degryse, Patrick
Publisher Leuven Unversity Press, Belgium, Leuven
Published
Subjects HumanitiesArchaeologyArchaeology by period / region__Classical Greek and Roman archaeology
Abstract
This book presents a reconstruction of the Hellenistic-Roman glass industry from the point of view of raw material procurement. Within the ERC funded ARCHGLASS project, the authors of this work developed new geochemical techniques to provenance primary glass making. They investigated both production and consumer sites of glass, and identified suitable mineral resources for glass making through geological prospecting. Because the source of the raw materials used in the manufacturing of natron glass can be determined, new insights in the trade of this material are revealed. While eastern Mediterranean glass factories were active throughout the Hellenistic to early Islamic period, western Mediterranean and possibly Italian and North African sources also supplied the Mediterranean world with raw glass in early Roman times. By combining archaeological and scientific data, the authors develop new interdisciplinary techniques for an innovative archaeological interpretation of glass trade in the Hellenistic-Roman world, highlighting the development of glass as an economic material.
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Keywords Hellenistic-Roman glass
raw material procurement
glass trade
Language English
Number of pages 190
ISBN 9789462700079
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Archaeological Sites in Israel

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An index of archeological sites in Israel
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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Cumulative Table of Contents
Akko - The Maritime Capital of the Crusader Kingdom
Apollonia-Arsuf
 - A Crusader City and Fortress on the Mediterreanean Coast
Arad
 - Canaanite city and Israelite citadel in the Negev
Avdat
 - A Nabatean City in the Negev
Banyas
 - Cult Center of the God Pan
Beer Shema
 - The Church of St. Stephen
Be'er Sheva
 - Prehistoric Dwelling Sites
Be'er Sheva
 - Border of the Kingdom of Judah
Beit Alpha
 - An Ancient Synagogue with a splendid Mosaic Floor
Beit She'an
 - A Biblical City and Scythopolis- A Roman-Byzantine City
Beit She'arim
 - The Jewish necropolis of the Roman Period
Beit Shemesh
 - Biblical city on the border between Judah and Philistia
Belvoir
 - A Crusader Fortress Overlooking the Jordan Valley
Bethsaida
 - Ancient Fishing Village on shore of the Sea of Galilee
Byzantine Churches in the Negev

Caesarea
 - from Roman City to Crusader Fortress
Capernaum
 - City of Jesus and its Jewish Synagogue
The Carmel Caves
 - Dwellings of Prehistoric Man
Cave of the Ereasure
 - A Hoard of Metal Objects from the Chalcolithic Period
The Church of the Seat of Mary (Kathisma)
 
Dan
 - Biblical City
The Eilat Region
 - Southern Gateway
Ein Gedi
 - An Ancient Oasis Settlement
Ein Hatzeva
 - Fortress on the Border with Edom
Ekron
 - a Philistine City
Gamala
 - Jewish City on the Golan
Gezer
 - A Canaanite City and Royal Solomonic City
Golan
 - A Unique Chalcolithic culture
Hamat Gader
 - Baths of Medicinal Hot Springs
Hatzor
 - "The Head of all those Kingdoms"
Herodium
 - King Herod's Palace-Fortress
Interesting Archeological Finds
 (1998)
Jericho
 - The Winter Palace of King Herod
Jerusalem
 - Binyane Ha'uma: A Ceramics Workshop of the Tenth Roman Legion
Jerusalem
 - Burial Sites
Jerusalem
 - The Citadel
Jerusalem
 - City of David
Jerusalem
 - Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Jerusalem
 - Herodian Street
Jerusalem
 - Elaborate buildings of the Mamluk Period
Jerusalem
 - Nea Church and Cardo
Jerusalem
 - Northern Gate of Aelia Capitolina
Jerusalem
 - Silver Plaques
Jerusalem
 - Pomegranate from Solomonic Temple
Jerusalem
 - Umayyad Center and Palaces
Jerusalem
 - The Upper City during the Second Temple Period
Jerusalem
 - Water Systems of Biblical Times
Jerusalem
 - Western Wall and its Tunnels
Katzrin
 - A Village in the Golan
Kiryat Sefer
 - A Synagogue in a Jewish Village of the Second Temple Period
Kursi
 - Christian Monastery
Lachish - Royal City of the Kingdom of Judah
Masada - Desert Fortress Overlooking the Dead Sea
Megiddo - The Solomonic "Chariot City"
The Monastery of Martyrius
Nahal Refa'im - Canaanite Bronze Age villages near Jerusalem
Nebi Samwil - Site of a Biblical Town and a Crusader Fortress
The Nimrod Fortress - Muslim Stronghold on Golan
Qumran - Center of a Jewish Sect of the Second Temple period and the Dead Sea Scrolls found in Caves nearby
Ramat Rahel - A Royal Citadel and a Palace of the Last Kings of Judah
Ramla - Arab Capital of the Province of Palestine
Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 2 (1998)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 3 (1998)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 4 (1999)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 5 (1999)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 6 (2000)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 7 (2001)

Recent archeological discoveries
   - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 8 (2003)

Rogem Hiri
The Roman Boat from the Sea of Galilee
Sha'ar Hagolan - Neolithic Village
Tabgha - Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and the Fishes
Tel Qasile - A Philistine Settlement with a Temple
Tiberias - Anchor Church
Timna - Valley of the Ancient Copper Mines
Underwater exploration
Yodefat - A Town in Galilee
Zippori - Galilee

Open Access Journal: The Societas Magica Newsletter

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[First posted in AWOL 14 December 2011, updated 24 December 2014]

The Societas Magica Newsletter
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The Societas Magica is an organization dedicated to furthering communication and exchange among scholars interested in the study of magic, both in the positive contexts of its expression as an area of necessary knowledge or religious practice (as in early modern occultism and contemporary paganism), and in its negative contexts as the substance of an accusation or condemnation (as in sorcery trials, and many philosophical and theological accounts, both early and late). The interests of our membership include, but are not limited to, the history and sociology of magic; theological, and intellectual apprehensions of magic; practices and theories of magic; and objects, artifacts and texts either qualified as magical by their creators, or forming the substance of an accusation of magic by others.
Spring_2014_Issue_30
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Warding Off Doom in Mesopotamia and the Bible
Marian Broida
Fall_2013_Issue_29
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Objects as Demonic Subjects in Spiritual Warfare Handbooks
Sean McCloud
Spring_2013_Issue_28
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A Report on Current Magical and Esoteric Blogs
Laura Mitchell
Spring_2012_Issue_27
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Bewitched in their privities: Medical Responses to Infertility Witchcraft in Early Modern England
Jennifer Evans
Fall_2011_Issue_26
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Purification in the Papyrae Graecae Magicae
Jonathan Shen
Spring_2011_Issue_25
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Magic as the Basis for Social Cohesion in pre-Islamic Mesopotamia
Siam Bhayro
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Some Observations on Jewish Love Magic: The Importance of Cultural Specificity
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Clerical Magic in Icelandic Folklore
Thomas B. de Mayo
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Developing a Curriculum on the History of Esotericism and Magic in Colombia
Johann F.W. Hasler
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Magical Letters, Mystical Planets: Magic, Theosophy, and Astrology in the Sefer Yetsirah and two of its Tenth-century Commentaries
Marla Segol
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Theses de magia
Marco Pasi
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Up on the Roof: Understanding an Anglo-Saxon Healing Practice
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The Key of Solomon: Toward a Typology of the Manuscripts
Robert Mathiesen
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Real, Apparent and Illusory Necromancy: Lamp Experiments and Historical Perceptions of Experimental Knowledge
Robert Goulding
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“Pictures passing before the mind’s eye”: the Tarot, the Order of the Golden Dawn, and William Butler Yeats’s Poetry
Anke Timmermann
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Approaches To Teaching the History, Practice, and Material Culture of Magic: A Roundtable on Pedagogy
Amelia Carr
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Magic and Impotence in the Middle Ages
Catherine Rider
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What is and is not Magic: the case of Anglo-Saxon Prognostics
Roy M. Liuzza
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Islamic Magical Texts vs. Magical Artefacts
Emilie Savage-Smith
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A Magic All Its Own
Michael D. Swartz
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John of Morigny's Liber Visionum and a Royal Prayer Book from Poland
Claire Fanger and Benedek Láng
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Images of Desire
Geoffrey McVey
Spring_2001_Issue_7
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Magic in the Cloister
Sophie Page
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Encounters with Amulets
Peter Murray Jones
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Issue on Pedagogy
Carol Menning
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The Warburg Institute: History and Current Activities
Will F. Ryan
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Sessions and Papers on magic at Kalamazoo
Claire Fanger
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A Report on Recent Work on Charms
Lea Olson
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Open Access Journal: Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal (JSIJ)

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[First posted in AWOL 4 November 2009. Updated 24 December 2014]

Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal (JSIJ) - Ketav-ʻet eleḳṭroni le-madaʻe Yahadut
JSIJ is a peer-reviewed, electronic journal dealing with all fields of Jewish studies, which is distributed free of charge via the Internet.
 
By publishing articles electronically via the Internet, JSIJ seeks to disseminate articles much faster than is possible with paper publication, and to make these articles readily and conveniently accessible to a wide variety of readers at all times.

Indeed, we hope that the use of this new technology will eventually allow JSIJ to develop in ways not available with conventional, printed journals, including the possibility of computerized full-text searching and the use of hyperlinks to other texts.

JSIJ will include articles in both Hebrew and English. To render these articles accessible to as wide a variety of users as possible, regardless of computer program or platform, we offer two modes of "publication": via PDF files (universally accessible) and Word 97 files.

JSIJ is initially scheduled to appear twice a year, although preliminary versions of articles will be made available on our site as soon as articles are accepted for publication and copyedited.
Current Articles
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Rabin Shushtri Two Geniza Documents from Chapter Lulav Hagazul: A Testament to the Antiquity of the Western Text (Heb.)
Nachman Levine On Talmudic Name Wordplay: A Literary Device and its Significance (Heb.)
Daniel Sperber Minora (Heb.)
Shimon Fogel Samson as Messiah - Another Look (Heb.)
Jonathan Jacobs Books Encountered by Ramban After He Arrived in the Land of Israel (Heb.)
Israel Ben Simon The Origins of the Meiri’s Commentary on the Book of Proverbs and the Concept of “Nations Bound by the Ways of Religion" (Heb.)
Shalom Sadik Freedom of Choice in the Thought of Rabbi Josef Albo (Heb.)
Haggai Dagan The Transformations of a Liminal Jew: Myth and Literature in Some Modern Literary Variations of the R. Joseph della Reina Story (Heb.)
Tzvi Novick Din and Debate: Some Dialectical Patterns in Tannaitic Texts
Ari Ackerman Hasdai Crescas and His Circle on the Infinitely Expanding Torah
David Stern The Hebrew Bible in Europe in the Middle Ages: A Preliminary Typology
Lily Okalani Kahn Biblical Grammatical Elements in the Nineteenth-Century Hasidic Hebrew Tale
James A. Diamond A Kabbalistic Reinvention of Maimonides' Legal Code: R. Abraham Isaac Kook's Commentary on Sefer Hamada
Click here to download the entire issue as a single PDF file 

Vol. 1, 2002       Vol. 2, 2003       Vol. 3, 2004       Vol. 4, 2005       Vol. 5, 2006       Vol. 6, 2007

Vol. 7, 2008       Vol. 8, 2009       Vol. 9, 2010       Vol. 10, 2012

Open Access Journal: Kentron

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Kentron
ISSN : 0765-0590
Revue publiée sous la direction de Pierre Sineux. Fondée en 1985 par François Hinard (†), éditée d’abord de manière assez artisanale, Kentron est depuis 2000 publiée par les Presses universitaires de Caen et riche de plus de vingt années d’expérience. Bernard Deforge et Jacquy Chemouni ont dirigé la revue à partir de 1994. En 2008, Pierre Sineux, professeur d’histoire grecque à l’université de Caen Basse-Normandie, a pris le relais, en renouvelant complètement le Conseil scientifique et en dotant la revue d’un Comité de lecture, tout en conservant ce qui faisait, depuis le début, l’originalité de la revue: la volonté de faire dialoguer des disciplines différentes et d’enrichir l’étude de l’Antiquité en croisant les modes d’approche et en multipliant les perspectives. C’est pourquoi aujourd’hui Kentron, revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique, ouvre ses pages aux littéraires, philosophes, linguistes, historiens et archéologues. Elle accueille des contributions en langue étrangère (anglais, allemand, espagnol, italien). Chaque volume est constitué désormais d’un dossier thématique, de varia et de comptes rendus.

L’archive de la revue Kentron propose, au format Pdf, la totalité des articles publiés dans la revue depuis l’année 1994 (vol. 10, fasc. 1) à l’exception des deux dernières années diffusées exclusivement sous forme de volumes imprimés.

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



Open Access Journal: British Museum Technical Research Bulletin

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[First posted in AWOL 25 November 2013, updated 25 December 2014]

British Museum Technical Research Bulletin (BMTRB)
The Technical Research Bulletin publishes the results of collaborative work by the British Museum's curators, conservators and scientists covering a broad range of objects and materials from across the Museum’s collection.

Published once a year, each issue aims to encompass objects from different continents, historical periods and material types. The Bulletin is designed to appeal both to those with a general interest in the Museum’s collections and those with a specialist interest who wish to broaden their horizons.

Volume 1

Examines some of the different material aspects of objects in the Museum collection.
Read Volume 1 

Volume 2

Detailing the assessment, examination, treatment and analysis of objects from across the Museum’s collections and beyond.
Read Volume 2 

Volume 3

Shedding light on cultures from the ancient civilisations of the world.
Read Volume 3 

Volume 4

Papers on exploring the evidence for cultural transmission and trade to questions of object attribution and authenticity.
Read Volume 4 

Volume 5

Articles reflecting the chronological depth and geographical breadth of the British Museum collection.
Read Volume 5 

Volume 6

Articles highlighting the reasons behind technical examination and analysis.
Read Volume 6 

Volume 7

Showcasing research and conservation projects that advance our understanding of the history, technology and treatment of objects.
Read Volume 7 
The contents of the seventh volume of the British Museum Technical Research Bulletin reflects the diverse collections held by the British Museum. The investigations they describe include not only studies made directly on objects but also encompass research that aims better to understand the history, technology and treatment of objects.
A group of four Egyptian funerary portraits, a twentieth-century Bulgarian headdress, a Roman unguentarium and a highly decorated North American skin coat were all investigated during conservation treatment, taking the opportunity to analyse their component materials being taken while they were in the studio. These studies were not limited to the analysis of the materials and techniques, but also allowed practical, aesthetic and ethical issues associated with the collection and its preservation to be highlighted.
Contributions also examine the way in which existing conservation practice can be developed, adapted, tested and re-evaluated in response to the challenges of individual objects and improvements in materials and techniques. Other papers allow the significance, authenticity or history of objects to be reconsidered, as in the case of a Yongle Buddha that proved to have separate elements dating to different periods, or an ironwood chair from KwaZulu-Natal that held an important place in the history of nineteenth-century collecting and display of African crafts.
Although most of the articles focus on the study and treatment of objects from the British Museum collection, many result from a close collaboration with colleagues outside the Museum. International, interdisciplinary teams were behind both the reassessment and analysis of an Egyptian royal heart-scarab from the Second Intermediate Period and the extensive study of mining and metal processing practices in Mauryan India based on surveys, archaeological evidence and the analysis of vessels or waste.
Bulgarian kukeri mask, 1970-71. Eu1971,01.316

Articles

 The study and conservation of four ancient Egyptian funerary portraits: provenance, conservation history and structural treatmentNicola Newman, Lynne Harrison, David Thomas, Joanne Dyer and John Taylor
 Maker, material and method: reinstating an indigenously made chair from KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaCatherine Elliott, Caroline Cartwright and Philip Kevin
 A Bulgarian kukeri mask: a diplomatic gift and the conservation of its polyurethane foam decorations Clare Ward, Nicole Rode, Marei Hacke and Judy Rudoe
 A traditional Chinese method for weakening silk for use in the conservation of silk paintings Vincent Daniels, Marei Hacke, Jin Xian Qiu and Valentina Marabini
 Analytical study of the first royal Egyptian heart-scarab, attributed to a Seventeenth Dynasty king, Sobekemsaf Gianluca Miniaci, Susan La Niece, Maria Filomena Guerra and Marei Hacke
 Scientific analysis of a Buddha attributed to the Yongle period of the Ming dynasty Quanyu Wang and Sascha Priewe
 Examination and experimentation: conservation of an archaeological glass unguentarium for display Julia Barton, Andrew Meek and Paul Roberts
 Simple sophistication: Mauryan silver production in north west India Paul Craddock, Caroline Cartwright, Kirsten Eckstein, Ian Freestone, Lalit Gurjar, Duncan Hook, Andrew Middleton and Lynn Willies
 An unusual decorated skin coat from Canada: aspects of conservation and identification Pippa Cruickshank, Caroline R. Cartwright, Jonathan C.H. King and Antony Simpson

Open Access Journal: Zograf

Egyptology Books and Articles in PDF Online

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Egyptology Books and Articles in PDF Online
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The world-wide-web is replete with links to Egyptological resources, and there are many pages of bibliography out there, of which the prime example is the Online Egyptological Bibliography. But as yet, none of the more systematic bibliographies are publishing links to the actual PDF files of books and articles which may be freely acquired online, although they may be collecting the URL references. This project attempts to go some way toward filling that gap.

Click here for the full list.
Notice: Bookmark this page, not the full list, as the file name may change.
The list uses standard Egyptological abbreviations for books and journals.

This project is a "work in progress", and is bound to contain errors and omissions. The document takes the form of one large HTML file with the data arranged by author; links to both the web page from which the file can be accessed and the PDF file for the document itself are given. Searching must be done using the Find function of your web browser. It may be possible to enhance this capability in the future, but much will depend on the reactions of internet users to this work.
The data has been collected and arranged by Andrea Middleton, Brooke Garcia, and Robyn Price, Graduate Assistants in the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, a unit of the Department of Art in the University of Memphis (Tennessee, USA). We have tried to seek out as many books and articles as possible on Egyptological subjects which are freely accessible to anyone without the need for privileged access. Thus we have searched sites such as the Internet Archive, the University of Heidelberg Library, the Oriental Institute, the Metropolitan Museum, the Giza Library, Ancient World Online (AWOL), and many more, as well as attempting to collect links noted in the pages of EEF (Egyptologists' Electronic Forum) News.
Sites which require institutional access or a password are not included—thus journals on JSTOR have not been indexed. Nor have papers available on www.academia.edu or  http://www.ifao.egnet.net/bifao/ (BIFAO) been included here. It is likely that some articles on JSTOR are duplicated elsewhere, and it is equally possible that some articles and books are available at more than one location. In the latter case, we have tried to give all the options.
Please report comments, errors, omissions, etc. to  nigel.strudwick @ memphis.edu. We hope this work is useful.

Nigel Strudwick
December 2014

Open Access Journal: Müze Çalışmaları ve Kurtarma Kazıları Sempozyumu Yayınları

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Müze Çalışmaları ve Kurtarma Kazıları Sempozyumu Yayınları
ISSN: 1300-5626

    Open Access Journal: Vicino Oriente

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    Vicino Oriente
    ISSN: 0393-0300
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    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”.

    L. Nigro - Editoriale

    Articoli

    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

    Articoli

    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

    Articoli
    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
    Notes

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

    Articoli
    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

    Reviews
    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

    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


    Articoli
    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


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

    P.Hawara: The Hawara Papyri

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    The Hawara Papyri

    William Flinders Petrie excavated at Hawara in 1888. After working in Medinet el-Fayum (Arsinoe) and Biahmu, he moved on to the site south of Arsinoe and took the 60 workers he had already employed at the former sites with him. The results of his excavations at Hawara were published in 1889 in his "Hawara, Biahmu, and Arsinoe". The papyrological material said to have been found at Hawara was studied by Prof. Sayce and published on pages 24 to 37 of that volume. Sayce gave a general description of the great papyrus roll which contains parts of books 1 and 2 of the Iliad (the "Hawara Homer"), emphasizing the importance of the variants, and edited the texts of the most complete documents, some of them in a very preliminary way.

    J. G. Milne undertook a new edition of 37 of these papyri in the Archiv für Papyrusforschung 5, 1913, 378-397. He did not work on the Hawara Homer but concentrated on the smaller literary texts and gave a proper publication of some more documents. The texts which were not reconsidered in Milne's publication were reprinted in Sammelbuch I (nos. 5220, 5223, 5224).

    When Flinders Petrie brought his finds back to England, the material was divided between several institutions. The Hawara Homer was given to the Bodleian Library in Oxford (where it still is today), while all the other papyrological material stayed in London and was given to the Department of Egyptology at University College London. In 1948, the young professor of Papyrology, Eric Turner received permission from the then Professor of Egyptology, J. Czerny, to take the Hawara papyri to the Department of Greek and Latin at UCL and to keep them there in his custody. A letter from 16 June 1949 confirms the transfer of the papyri. They were kept in a secret place in the department for more than 50 years.

    As usual, Flinders Petrie did not give precise indications, as to where the papyri were found on the site. He just mentions that the region north of the pyramid "was the usual place for burials in the early Roman period , when gilt cartonnage busts were used. Papyri from the Ist and IInd cent. AD are also usual in the soil here, and for some way north" (p. 8, no. 11; cf. the map on plate XXV in the book).
    When the papyri arrived in London they were "ironed" by Petrie's friend, Mr. Spurrell who also helped in "unpacking, arranging, and managing the collections" (p. 4). It must have happened then that all the pieces were glued onto greyish cardboard. When writing was distiguishable on the back of the papyri, windows were cut out to make the letters (at least in part) visible. In some instances, Petrie added small notes in pencil about find-spots. In later years, Walter Cockle removed some of the papyri from their cardboards and put them under glass. The cardboard frames of these pieces were nevertheless kept.

    It is a desideratum to make digital images of at least the published papyri accessible on the internet. None of the Hawara papyri (except for single columns of the Hawara Homer, Hawara epigrams, and the Periegesis of Attica), have ever been shown in photographs.


    Open Access Library: International Association for Obsidian Studies

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     [First posted in AWOL 23 January 2012, updated 28 December 2014]

    IAOS Library [International Association for Obsidian Studies]
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    Welcome to the IAOS online library, a growing collection of obsidian-related articles, reports, monographs, papers, theses, and dissertations, all in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. The documents may be viewed online with a web browser or can be downloaded and perused or printed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. The documents available here are fully searchable from within Adobe Acrobat Reader.


    This online library replaces the old IAOS Obsidian Bibliography, a pre-WWW resource that was rendered obsolete by the World Wide Web and that has now been retired. You'll have much better luck these days using the Google search form located below.

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    AMBROSE, WALLACE R. (1994)    PDF
    Obsidian Hydration Dating and Digitised Computer Imaging. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 13:13-15.
    AMBROZ, JESSICA (1997)    PDF
    Characterization of Archaeologically Significant Obsidian Sources in Oregon by Neutron Activation Analysis. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.


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    BACON, CHARLES R., DENNIS M. GIOVANNETTI, WENDELL A. DUFFIELD, G. BRENT DALRYMPLE, and ROBERT E. DRAKE (1982)    PDF
    Age of the Coso Formation, Inyo County, California. U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1527.
    BALLIN, TORBEN B. (2011)    PDF
    The Scottish Archaeological Pitchstone Project: Results. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 45:8-13.
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    NORTON, MARK R. (2008)    PDF
    Obsidian research in Tennessee and Alabama. Tennessee Archaeology 3:123-130.
    NOVAK, STEVEN W. and CHARLES R. BACON. (1986)    PDF
    Pliocene Volcanic Rocks of the Coso Range, Inyo County, California. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1383.


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    XRF Analysis of Obsidian from Central and Southern Arizona. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 48:15-20.
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    Chemical Characterisations of Carpathian Obsidian Sources by Instrumental and Epithermal Neutron Activation Analysis Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 240:147-153.
    ORIGER, THOMAS M. and JESSICA ANDERSON (1994)    PDF
    Preliminary Results on an Assessment of the Effects of Fire on Obsidian Specimens from CA-SON-458, Salt Point State Park, Sonoma County, California. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 12:3-4.


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    Fine-Grained Volcanic Toolstone Sources and Early Use in the Bonneville Basin of Western Utah and Eastern Nevada. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada.
    PAGE, DAVID and CRAIG E. SKINNER (2008)    PDF
    Obsidian Source Use at Danger Cave. Poster presented at the 31st Biennial Great Basin Anthropological Conference, October 8-11, 2008, Portland, Oregon.
    PARK, ROBIN J. (2010)    PDF
    A Culture of Convenience? Obsidian Source Selection in Yellowstone National Park. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
    PERNICKA, E. (1992)    PDF
    Herkunftsbestimmung späturukzeitlicher Obsidianfunde vom Hassek Höyük. In Hassek Höyük - Naturwissenschaftlilche Beiträge, edited by M. Behm-Blancke, pp. 124-131. Istanbuler Forschungen 38.
    PERNICKA, E., J. KELLER, J. RAPP, JR., and T. ERCAN (1996)    PDF
    Provenance of Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Obsidian Artefacts from the Troad. In Archaeometry 94. Proceedings of the 29th International Symposium on Archaeometry, 9-14 May 1994, Ankara, edited by S. Demirci, A. M. Özer, and G. D. Summers, pp. 515-519.
    PHILLIPS, STEPHEN C. (2011)    PDF
    Networked Glass: Lithic Raw Material Consumption and Social Networks in the Kuril Islands, Far Eastern Russia. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Pullman, Washington.
    PINTAR, ELIZABETH and JULIEN PESSAROSSI-:ANGLOIS (2013)    PDF
    PXRF Sourcing of Obsidian Artifacts from Salamanca Cave, Northwest Argentina. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 48:10-14.
    POST, STEPHEN S. (1994)    PDF
    Excavation of a Lithic Artifact Scatter (LA 66471) and an Archaic Period Structure (LA 66472) Along State Road 44, Near Cuba, Sandoval County, New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 26, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    POUPEAU, G., S. DELERUE, T. CARTER, C.E. DE B. PEREIRA, and L. BELLOT-GURLET (2005)    PDF
    How Homogeneous is the 'East Gollu Dag" (Cappadocia, Turkey) Obsidian 'Source' Composition? International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 32:3-8.


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    Obsidian Procurement Area Studies: Excavations at Bear Gulch, Idaho. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Chico, California.
    REIMER, RUDY (2000)    PDF
    Extreme Archaeology: The Results of Investigations at High Elevation Regions in the Northwest. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
    REIMER, RUDY (2012)    PDF
    The Mountains and Rocks Are Forever: Lithics and Landscapes of Skwxwu7mesh Uxwumixw. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
    REIMER, RUDY (2014)    PDF
    The Nch'kay (Mount Garibaldi) Obsidian Source and Its Local to Regional Archaeological Distribution. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 50:10-17.
    RICK, TORBEN C., CRAIG E. SKINNER, JON M. ERLANDSON, and RENE L. VELLANOWETH (2001)    PDF
    Obsidian Source Characterization and Human Exchange Systems on California's Channel Islands. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 37:27-44.
    ROBERTS, THEODORE M. (2008)    PDF
    Footprints and "Fingerprints": A Northern Arizona Geochemical Study of Archaic Period Lithic Procurement and Mobility. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.
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    A Tale of Two Gophers: Depth Correction for Obsidian Effective Hydration Temperature in the Presence of Site Turbation Effects. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 37:7-12.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2008)    PDF
    A Reassessment of Obsidian Hydration Ages of Projectile Points from the Coso Volcanic Field. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 39:24-38.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2008)    PDF
    Obsidian Hydration Dating and Relative Humidity: An Issue and a Suggested Protocol. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 38:12-14.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2008)    PDF
    Regional Scaling for Obsidian Hydration Temperature Correction. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 39:15-23.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2009)    PDF
    An Evaluation of Obsidian Hydration Dating as a Chronometric Technique, Based on Data from Rose Spring (CA-INY-372), Eastern California. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 40:12-32.
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    An Estimate of Coso Obsidian Hydration Rate, Based on Obsidian-Radiocarbon Pairings and the "Weighted Total Least Squares" Method. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 41:9-20.
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    Curve-Fitting for Obsidian Hydration Laboratory Hydration Analysis: A Cautionary Tale. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 42:3-8.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2010)    PDF
    How Did Paleotemperature Change Affect Obsidian Hydration Rates. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 42:13-20.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2010)    PDF
    Bodie Hills Obsidian from Mono County. Eastern California: A Hydration Rate and An Issue. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 43:27-39.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2010)    PDF
    The Obsidian Hydration Cook Book: Aid for the Mathematically Disinclined. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 44:6-13.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2011)    PDF
    Do Flow-Specific Hydration Rates Improve Chronological Analysis? A Case Study for Coso Obsidian. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 45:18-25.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2012)    PDF
    Accuracy of OHD is Not Luimited by Microscope Resolution. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 46:29-31.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. (2013)    PDF
    Intrinsic Water in Obsidian and Its Effect on Hydration Rate: A Case Study from the Coso Volcanic Field, Inyo County, California. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 49:17-22.
    ROGERS, ALEXANDER K. and ROBERT M. YOHE III (2011)    PDF
    An Improved Equation for Coso Obsidian Hydration Dating, Based on Obsidian-Radiocarbon Association. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 25:1-15.
    ROGERS, ANN (1993)    PDF
    Description of Paul's Fire Cache (35LIN542): A Biface Cache from the Western Slopes of the Cascades, Oregon. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 9:3-4.
    RONDEAU, MICHAEL F. (1990)    PDF
    Obsidian Hydration and Lithic Technology. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 3:2-5.
    ROSEN, STEVEN A., ROBERT H. TYKOT, and MICHAEL GOTTESMAN (2005)    PDF
    Long Distance Trinket Trade: Early Bronze Age Obsidian from the Negev. Journal of Archaeological Science 32:775-784.
    ROSEN, STEVEN A., ROBERT H. TYKOT, and MICHAEL GOTTESMAN (2011)    PDF
    The Camel Site Obsidian: Analyses, Synthesis, and Implications. In An Investigation Into Early Desert Pastoralism, by Steven A. Rosen. Monograph 69, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, Los Angeles, California.
    RYAN, KEVIN C., ANN TRINKLE JONES, CASSANDRA L. KOERNER, and KRISTINE M. Lee, editors (2012)    PDF
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    Considering the Source: The Importance of Raw Material Characterization and Provenance in Obsidian Use-Wear Studies. In L'ossidiana del Monte Arci nel Mediterraneo. Nuovi apporti sulla diffusione, sui sistemi di produzione e sulla loro cronologia. Atti del 5 Convegno internazionale (Pau, Italia, 27-29 Giugno 2008), edited by C. Luglie, pp. 71-84.
    SHACKLEY, M. STEVEN (2005)    PDF
    Bull Creek (Formerly AZ Unknown B), Yavapai County, Western Arizona, USA. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 33:4-7.
    SHACKLEY, M. STEVEN (2010)    PDF
    Obituary: Roger Curtis Green (1932-2009) - Obsidian Studies Pioneer. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 43:5-6.
    SHACKLEY, M. STEVEN (2014)    PDF
    The Paliza Canyon Source of Archaeological Obsidian in the Southern Jemez Mountains, Northern New Mexico. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 50:6-9.
    SHAUB, MARY S. (1959)    PDF
    Touring Mexico for Minerals. The Desert Magazine 22(4):35-39.
    SHEPPARD, PETER J., GEOFF J. IRWIN, SAM C. LIN, and CAMERON P. MCCAFFREY (2011)    PDF
    Characterization of New Zealand Obsidian Using PXRF. Journal of Archaeological Sciencee 38:45-56.
    SIBLEY, KRISSTIN I. (2013)    PDF
    Prehistoric Obsidian Use in the Truckee Meadows and Its Implications for Settlement Patterns Along the Sierran Front. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Sacramento, California.
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    Classic Maya Obsidian Trade. American Antiquity 41:449-464.
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    Five Gem and Mineral Field Trips in the Barstow Area. The Desert Magazine 23(2):39-41.
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    Obsidian Studies in Oregon: An Introduction to Obsidian and An Investigation of Selected Methods of Obsidian Characterization Utilizing Obsidian Collected at Prehistoric Quarry Sites in Oregon. Unpublished Master's Terminal Project: ISIP, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1986)    PDF
    The Occurrence, Characterization, and Prehistoric Utilization of Geologic Sources of Obsidian in Central Western Oregon: Preliminary Research Results. Unpublished report on file at the State Museum of Anthropology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
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    Obsidian Research and the Pipeline Expansion Project: A 1991 View from the Pipeline. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 8:3-6.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1993)    PDF
    Obsidian Domes and Rock Art Chronologies. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 10:2.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1993)    PDF
    Obsidian Characterization Laboratory Survey Results. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 9:12-17.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1999)    PDF
    X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Artifact Obsidian from the Orr Site, Western Cascades, Clackamas County, Oregon. Report 1999-55 prepared by Northwest research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. and ANN C. BENNETT-ROGERS (1997)    PDF
    The Geologic Source of an Obsidian Wealth Blade from the Whale Cove Site (35-LNC-60), Central Oregon Coast: Results of X-Ray Fluorescence Trace Element Analysis. Current Archaeological Happenings in Oregon 22(3):8-10.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E., ANN C. BENNETT-ROGERS, and JENNIFER J. THATCHER (1999)    PDF
    Obsidian Studies of Two Possible Wealth Blade Fragments from the Umpqua/Eden Site (35-DO-83), Central Oregon Coast: Results of X-Ray Fluorescence and Obsidian Hydration Analysis. Current Archaeological Happenings in Oregon 24(2):17-23.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. and STEPHEN C. RADOSEVICH (1991)    PDF
    Holocene Volcanic Tephra in the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon: Distribution, Geochemical Characterization, and Geoarchaeological Evaluation. Report prepared for the Willamette National Forest, Eugene, Oregon, by Northwest Research, Corvallis, Oregon, and Trans-World Geology, Eugene, Oregon.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. and JENNIFER J. THATCHER (1998 - REVISED 2003)    PDF
    X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis and Obsidian Hydration Rim Measurement of Artifact Obsidian from 34 Archaeological Sites Associated with the Proposed FTV Western Fiber Build Project, Deschutes, Lake, Harney, and Malheur Counties, Oregon. Report 1998-56 prepared for Northwest Archaeological Associates, Seattle, Washington, by Northwest Research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E., JENNIFER J. THATCHER, and M. KATHLEEN DAVIS (1997)    PDF
    X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis and Obsidian Hydration Rim Measurement of Artifact Obsidian from 35-DS-193 and 35-DS-201, Surveyor Fire Rehabilitation Project, Deschutes National Forest, Oregon. Report 1996-33 prepared for the Deschutes National Forest, Bend, Oregon, by Northwest Research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
    SKINNER, CRAIG E. and KIMBERLY J. TREMAINE (1993)    PDF
    Obsidian: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography. International Association for Obsidian Studies Occasional Paper No. 1, San Jose, California.
    SMITH, GEOFF M. (2005)    PDF
    The Paleoarchaic Occupations of Moonshine Spring South and Moonshadow Spring, Pershing County, Navada: Implications for Early-Period Mobility in the Great Basin. Nevada Archaeologist 29-21:57-70.
    STEFFEN, ANASTASIA (2005)    PDF
    The Dome Fire Obsidian Study: Investigating the Interaction of Heat, Hydration, and Glass Geochemistry. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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    Prehistoric Use of the Alpine Sierra Nevada: Archaeological Investigations at Taboose Pass, Kings Canyon National Park, California. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Sacramento, California.
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    Lithic Procurement Strategies Through Time: A Study of Obsidian Source Utilization in Washington County, Utah. Poster presented at the 31st Biennial Great Basin Anthropological Conference, October 8-11, 2008, Portland, Oregon.
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    Obsidian Hydration Dating of Site 6-58: A Southern Coastal Cave, Easter Island, Chile. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 10:3-5.
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    An Inter-Laboratory Comparison of Hydration Rind Measurements. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 1:7-14.
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    Investigations Towards the Hydration of Aegean Obsidian. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 2:93-109.
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    Emerging Patterns in Obsidian Usage in the Southern San Joaquin Valley, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 38:1-18.


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    Gem Stones in the Peloncillos. The Desert Magazine 16(12):19-22.
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    Expanding the Range of PXRF to Ethnographic Collections. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 46:9-15.
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    Obsidian As A Time Keeper: An Investigation in Absolute and Relative Dating. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Cultural Resources Management, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California.
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    KeiBi online: Die Keilschrift-Bibliographie im Netz - Cuneiform e-Bibliography - La e-bibliographie du Cunéiforme

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    KeiBi online: Die Keilschrift-Bibliographie im Netz - Cuneiform e-Bibliography - La e-bibliographie du Cunéiforme
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    Die in der Zeitschrift Orientalia des Päpstlichen Bibelinstituts in Rom erscheinende Internationale Keilschriftbibliographie (KeiBi) ist seit ihrer ersten Ausgabe im Jahre 1940 (Orientalia N.S. Bd. 9) zu einem unentbehrlichen Hilfsmittel für Forschung, Lehre und Studium der altorientalistischen Disziplinen geworden. Jedoch - wie in allen gedruckten, über einen längeren Zeitraum hinweg erscheinenden Bibliographien - ist die Recherche darin nicht ohne Mühe. Um dies zu erleichtern, präsentieren wir die KeiBi-Daten in Form einer Datenbank, in der alle erschienenen Ausgaben gleichzeitig durchsucht werden können.
    Ermöglicht wird der Aufbau der KeiBi-Datenbank durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), die ihre Erstellung im Rahmen der Förderung der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Altertumswissenschaften „Propylaeum“unterstützt. Die KeiBi-Datenbank wird im Rahmen des Propylaeum-Moduls Alter Orientan der Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen mit Unterstützung des Instituts für die Kulturen des Alten Orients (IANES) der Universität Tübingen entwickelt.
    Die KeiBi-Daten der Ausgaben seit Ausgabe 57 (Orientalia N.S. 68, 1999) werden uns im Rahmen einer Kooperation mit dem Institut für Altorientalische Philologie und Vorderasiatische Altertumskunde der Universität Münster vom jetzigen Ersteller der Bibliographie, Prof. Dr. Hans Neumann, zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Jahrgänge davor wurden eingescannt und digital aufbereitet.
    Die KeiBi-Datenbank ist noch im Aufbau; die Datenintegration erfolgt zeitlich rückwärts, ausgehend zunächst von der Ausgabe 67 (Orientalia N.S. 79, 2009). Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen sind die beiden jeweils neusten Nummern nicht enthalten, d.h. beim Erscheinen einer neuen Ausgabe der KeiBi wird das vorletzte Heft hinzugefügt.
    The International Keilschriftbibliographie (KeiBi) was first published by the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome in the journal Orientalia in 1940 (Orientalia N.S. 9). It became an essential tool for the study, research, and teaching of Ancient Near Eastern Studies. The search for entries, though, proves quite cumbersome – a weakness that all bibliographies issued over a substantial period of time share. To enable better access we hereby present the KeiBi online Database, where all issues already published can be searched simultaneously.
    The KeiBi online is made possible with the support of the German Research Foundation (DFG) within the project „Propylaeum“– Virtual Library Classical Studies. It was developed as part of the Propylaeum module Ancient Near Eastern Studies at the University Library Tübingen, with the support of the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies (IANES), University of Tübingen.
    Prof. Dr. Hans Neumann, in cooperation with the Institut für Altorientalische Philologie und Vorderasiatische Altertumskunde, University of Münster, provided the KeiBi entries from volume 57 (Orientalia N.S. 69, 1999) onwards. Earlier issues were scanned and digitally processed.
    The KeiBi online is still under construction. Volumes are added in reverse beginning with volume 67 (Orientalia N.S. 79, 2009). Due to copyright the most recent two volumes are not included. After the issue of a new volume the next to last issue will be added.

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    Die vorliegende Folge 65 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2006 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche half mir Frau Susanne Paulus, M.A. ( [...]

    Band 64 (2005)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 64 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2005 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche half mir Frau Susanne Paulus, M.A. ( [...]

    Band 63 (2004)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 63 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2004 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche half mir erneut Herr Dr. Christian [...]

    Band 62 (2003)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 62 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2003 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche half mir Herr Dr. Christian Eder ( [...]

    Band 61 (2002)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 61 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2002 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche half mir Frau Kristin Kleber, M.A. ( [...]

    Band 60 (2001)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 60 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2001 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Literaturrecherche halfen mir Frau Kristin Kleber, M.A. [...]

    Band 59 (2000)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Die vorliegende Folge 59 der KeiBi umfaßt die Publikationen des Jahres 2000 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren). Bei der Bereitstellung der durchzusehenden und aufzunehmenden [...]

    Band 58 (1999)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Beginnend mit der vorliegenden Folge 58 der KeiBi, umfassend die Publikationen des Jahres 1999 (unter Berücksichtigung von Nachträgen aus früheren Jahren), wird die Keilschriftbibliographie nunmehr [...]

    Band 57 (1997 - 1998)

    Bearbeiter: Hans Neumann

    Vorbemerkung der Herausgeber von Orientalia

    Mit dieser Folge geht die Keilschriftbibliographie in neue Hände über. Von 1986 bis 1996 - KeiBi 48-56 - wurde sie von Prof. Karlheinz Deller, seinen [...]

    Band 56 (1996)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Anais Schuster

    Die Keilschriftbibliographie 56 umfaßt die 1996 erschienenen Monographien, Artikel und Rezensionen wie auch Nachträge der vergangenen Jahre.
    Wir danken allen, die uns durch Zusendung ihrer neuesten [...]

    Band 55 (1995)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Anais Schuster

    Im Gedenken an Anneliese Kammenhuber, † 24. Dezember 1995.

    Die Keilschriftbibliographie 55 umfaßt die 1995 erschienenen Monographien, Artikel und Rezensionen wie auch Nachträge der vergangenen Jahre. [...]

    Band 54 (1994)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Die Keilschriftbibliographie 54 umfaßt die 1994 erschienen Monographien, Artikel und Rezensionen wie auch Nachträge der vergangenen Jahre.
    Wir danken allen, die uns durch Zusendung ihrer neuesten [...]

    Band 53 (1993)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Kerstin Maksen

    Die Keilschriftbibliographie 53 umfaßt die 1993 erschienen Monographien, Artikel und Rezensionen wie auch Nachträge der vergangenen Jahre.
    Wir danken allen, die uns durch Zusendung ihrer neuesten [...]

    Band 52 (1992)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Kerstin Maksen

    Die vorliegende Keilschriftbibliographie 52 umfaßt die 1992 erschienen Monographien, Artikel und Rezensionen.
    Wir danken allen, die uns durch Zusendung ihrer neuesten Sonderdrucke und jener Artikel, [...]

    Band 51 (1990 - 1991)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Die vorliegende KeiBi 51 umfaßt die Literatur aus 1990 und 1991; KeiBi 52 (in Or 62/1) wird die Literatur aus 1992 auflisten. Die Bearbeiter danken allen, die den auf der Rencontre in Paris 1991 [...]

    Band 50 (1988 - 1989)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Die nachstehende Bibliographie umfaßt die Literatur der Jahre 1988 und 1989. Sie erscheint zum großen Bedauern der Herausgeber und der Bearbeiter mit erheblicher Verspätung, die durch die Umstellung [...]

    Band 49 (1987)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Die nachstehende Bibliographie wurde zwischen dem 29. April 1987 und dem 5. März 1988 kompiliert. Besonderen Dank für die Bereitstellung von bibliographischen Informationen schulden die Bearbeiter R. [...]

    Band 48 (1986)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Annelies Kammenhuber
    in dankbarer Verbundenheit
    zum 19. März 1987



    Die Bearbeiter sprechen R. I. Caplice S. J. ihren aufrichtigen Dank dafür aus, daß er zwanzig Folgen hindurch (28-47) die [...]

    Band 47 (1985)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel

    We thank those who kindly helped in supplying information about publications, particularly J. Bottéro (Paris), J. A. Brinkman (Chicago), G. Cardascia (Paris), K. Deller (Heidelberg), A. M. Dinçol ( [...]

    Band 46 (1984)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel

    Once again we thank those who helped in supplying information about publications, particularly L. Arnold (Rome), J. A. Brinkman (Chicago), G. Cardascia (Antony), G. G. Giorgadze (Tbilissi), A. [...]

    Band 45 (1983)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel

    Again we thank those who kindly helped in supplying information about publications, particularly J. A. Brinkman (Chicago), A. M. Dinçol (Istanbul), B. R. Foster (Yale), G. G. Giorgadze (Tbilissi), L. [...]

    Band 44 (1982)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel

    Again we thank those who kindly helped in supplying information about publications, particularly J. A. Brinkman (Chicago), Marinella Casini (Pisa), A. M. Dinçol (Istanbul), В. R. Foster (Yale), A. [...]

    Band 43 (1981)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Again we thank those who gave information about publications, particularly A. Kammenhuber (Munich), M. [...]

    Band 42 (1980)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Thanks are again due to those who gave information about publications, especially A. Kammenhuber (Munich), M. [...]

    Band 41 (1979)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Thanks are due to all who supplied information and assistance in the preparation of the annual bibliography; notable among these are A. Kammenhuber (Munich), M. Yoshikawa (Hiroshima), G. Komoróczy ( [...]

    Band 40 (1978)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Before compiling the present number of the bibliography, I was able to take advantage of a stay in Chicago to utilize the resources of the University of Chicago libraries and the Oriental Institute " [...]

    Band 39 (1977)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Once again we wish to express our gratitude to all who have contributed to the completeness of the bibliography by informing us about publications. We are particularly grateful to G. Komoróczy ( [...]

    Band 38 (1976)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    The compilers again wish to express their gratitude to all who sent offprints or information about [...]

    Band 37 (1975)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    The compilers again express their gratitude to all colleagues who have contributed to the bibliography by [...]

    Band 36 (1974)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    As announced in KeiBi 35 (Or 43, p. 1*), the present issue lists materials published in the calendar year 1974 [...]

    Band 35 (1973)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    The present bibliography completes the listing of publications which appeared during 1973, insofar as [...]

    Band 34 (1972 - 1973)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Because of a change in the publication schedule of Orient aha, the present issue of KeiBi appears in the [...]

    Band 33 (1971 - 1972)

    Bearbeiter: Richard Caplice, Horst Klengel, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Die Bearbeiter möchten allen, die durch Übersendung von Publikationen oder durch Literaturhinweise geholfen [...]

    Band 32 (1970 - 1971)

    Bearbeiter: Horst Klengel, Richard Caplice, Claudio Saporetti

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Die Herausgeber freuen sich, in der vorliegenden Folge den Benutzern der Keilschriftbibliographie einen neuen [...]

    Band 31 (1969 - 1970)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Richard Caplice

    Die vorliegende Folge der Keilschriftbibliographie 31 entspricht in Anordnung und Auswahl des Materials seiner Vorgängerin 30. Aus Gründen, die wir Or 38 (1969) 1* angegeben haben, wurden die [...]

    Band 30 (1967 - 1969)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Richard Caplice

    Die vorliegende Folge der Keilschriftbibliographie 30 entspricht in der Anordnung der Folge 29. Leider sah sich die Redaktion der Orientalia und das Autorenteam der Keilschriftbibliographie gezwungen, [...]

    Band 29 (1966 - 1967)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Richard Caplice

    Die vorliegende Folge der Keilschriftbibliographie 29 folgt in ihrer systematischen Anordnung der Folge 28. Neugegliedert wurden lediglich die Sektionen 912 und 9157. Der Umfang der [...]

    Band 28 (1965 - 1966)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel, Richard Caplice

    Die vorliegende Folge 28 der Keilschriftbibliographie unterscheidet sich von den vorhergehenden Folgen in fünf Punkten: 1. Das bibliographische Material wird in 206 statt bisher drei (Folge 24-27: [...]

    Band 27 (1964 - 1965)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Gegenüber den 214 Seiten der Keilschriftbibliographie. 26 ist die vorliegende Folge wieder auf ein normaleres [...]

    Band 26 (1963 - 1964)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Die stark angewachsene Zahl der in die vorliegende Folge der Keilschriftbibliographie aufzunehmenden Titel [...]

    Band 25 (1963)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller, Horst Klengel

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Mit vorliegender Folge erscheint die Keilschriftbibliographie wieder als Gemeinschaftsarbeit. Die Aufteilung [...]

    Band 24 (1962 - 1963)

    Bearbeiter: Karlheinz Deller

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Dem Andenken P. Alfred Pohls S. J.

    Die von A. Pohl im Jahre 1940 begründete und durch dreiundzwanzig Folgen [...]

    Band 23 (1961)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    (Nach dem Tode des Verfassers fortgeführt durch die Redaktion der Zeitschrift Orientalia, zum Druck [...]

    Band 22 (1959 - 1960)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 21 (1958 - 1959)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 20 (1957 - 1958)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 19 (1956 - 1957)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 18 (1955 - 1956)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 17 (1954 - 1955)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 16 (1953 - 1954)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 15 (1951 - 1953)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress

    Band 14 (1950 - 1951)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn.

    Band 13 (1949 - 1950)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn.

    Band 12 (1948 - 1949)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn.

    Band 11 (1947 - 1948)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 10 (1946 - 1947)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 9 (1945 - 1946)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 8 (1944 - 1945)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Patrick W. Skehan

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 7 (1943 - 1944)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Patrick W. Skehan

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 6 (1942 - 1943)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Patrick W. Skehan

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 5 (1941 - 1942)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 4 (1941)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 3 (1940 - 1941)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Noch nicht komplett abrufbar, in Arbeit / Not yet completely accessible, work in progress
    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. [...]

    Band 2 (1940)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl, Cyrus H. Gordon

    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. Für eine ausführliche Bibliographie von Palästina und dem Alten Testament sei auf die [...]

    Band 1 (1939 - 1940)

    Bearbeiter: Alfred Pohl

    Diese Zusammenstellung berücksichtigt besonders das Interessengebiet der Keilschriftforschung im weiteren Sinn. Für eine ausführliche Bibliographie von Palästina und dem Alten Testament sei auf die [...]

    System zur Erfassung von Ritualszenen in Altägyptischen Tempeln (SERaT)