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Open Access Journal: Folia Orientalia

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Folia Orientalia
 ISSN: 0015-5675

No LI / 2014

A r t i c l e s
  1. Federico CORRIENTE:
    Again on the “Yemenite connection” of Andalusi Arabic and other Western Arabic dialects
  2. Stefano MANFREDI:
    Demonstratives in a bedouin Arabic dialect of Western Sudan
  3. Ahmad AL-JALLAD:
    Aṣ-ṣādu llatī ka-s-sīn – evidence for an affricated Ṣād in Sibawayh?
  4. Elitzur A. BAR-Asher SIEGAL:
    From a Non-Argument-Dative to an Argument-Dative: The character and origin of the qṭīl lī construction in Syriac and Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
  5. Rivka SHEMESH-RAISKIN:
    The proleptic dative pronoun in Tannaitic Language
  6. Alexander ANDRASON:
    Qotel and its dynamics (part 2)
  7. Alexander ANDRASON & Juan-Pablo VITA:
    From glosses to the Linguistic Nature of Canaano-Akkadian
  8. Roswitha DEL FABBRO:
    A new archaeological look at Sefīre
  9. Massimiliano FRANCI:
    Egypto-Semitic Comparison: Some considerations on bilabials and dentals relationship
  10. Carsten PEUST:
    A morphological sketch of West Dangla (Chad)
  11. Marijn van PUTTEN:
    Some notes on the Historical Consonantism of Awjila
  12. Václav BLAŽEK:
    Phoenician/Punic loans in Berber languages and their their role in chronology of Berber
  13. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On classification of Agaw languages
  14. Václav BLAŽEK:
    Beja versus Nilo-Saharan: on the lexical witness of mutual contacts
  15. Tomasz POLAŃSKI:
    The looting and destruction of artworks and libraries in Pontus and Kommagene
  16. Robin SEIGNOBOS:
    Le médecin et le singe du calife l’ambassade du prince nubien Georgios d’après le K. aḫbār al-aṭibbāʾ de Yūsuf b. IBRĀHĪM b. al-Dāya († ca. 869)
  17. Piotr KOŁODZIEJCZYK:
    Early Egyptian abstract thinking – remarks on philosophical elements in the Egyptian formative period
N o t e s a n d D o c u m e n t s
R e v i e w a r t i c l e
R e v i e w
B i b l i o g r a p h i c a l N o t e s

No L / 2013

A r t i c l e s
  1. Vit BUBENIK, John HEWSON:
    Tense, Aspect and Aktionsart in Arabic
  2. Giuliano MION:
    Quelques remarques sur les verbes modaux et les pseudo-verbes de l’arabe parlé à Tunis
  3. David WILMSEN:
    More on the Arabic object marker iyyā: Implications for the origin of the Semitic notae accusativi
  4. Alexander ANDRASON:
    Qotel and its dynamics (Part one)
  5. Michal NEMETH:
    Ananiasz Zajączkowski’s Doctoral Thesis
  6. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On the classification of the Kartvelian Languages
  7. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On the Classification of Mongolian
  8. Joanna BOCHEŃSKA:
    What is the source of beauty? Ethic and aesthetic aspects of the Kurdish fairy tales from Jalils’ family collection
  9. Michał WOJCIECHOWSKI:
    To fight or not to fight? Various answers to the foreign political power in the Greek books of the Old Testament
  10. Tomasz HABRASZEWSKI:
    Kordofan in 1972, as described in the ‘Book of Travel’ (Seyahatname) by Evliya Çelebi
  11. Marcin MICHALSKI, Joachim STEPHAN:
    Noch einmal zum 34. Kapitel der Goldwiesen – al-Mas‘ūdī über die Slawen
  12. Krzysztof M. CIAŁOWICZ:
    Lower Egyptian culture in the light of the new researches
O b i t u a r y
  1. Andrzej PISOWICZ:
    Tomasz Habraszewski
N o t e s  a n d  D o c u m e n t s
  1. Alfredo CRISCUOLO:
    La polarizzazzione semantica della radice semitica QWL
  2. Grzegorz FIRST:
    The Horus cippus from the National Museum in Poznań
  3. Krzysztof BARDSKI:
    Holy Scripture through the eyes of the Church Father
  4. Andrzej PISOWICZ:
    Enigmatic Harandon
R e v i e w  A r t i c l e s
  1. Federico CORRIENTE:
    Some Comments on a New Manual of the Semitic Languages
  2. Vaclav BLAŽEK:
    Afroasiatic at a crossroad: forwards or back?
  3. Andrzej ZABORSKI:
    What Type of Typology of Afroasiatic?
R e v i e w s
  1. Kim DONG-HYUK:
    Early Biblical Hebrew, Late Biblical Hebrew, and Linguistic Variability – A Sociolinguistic Evaluation of the Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts (by Krzysztof J. Baranowski)
  2. Gideon GOLDENBERG:
    Semitic Languages – Features, Structures, Relations, Processes (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  3. Rebecca HASSELBACH:
    Case in Semitic – Roles, Relations and Reconstruction (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  4. Peter BEHNSTEDT:
    Manfred Woidich, Wortatlas der arabischen Dialekte, Band II: Materielle Kultur (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  5. Pierre LARCHER:
    Le système verbal de l’arabe classique. 2e édition revue et augmentée (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  6. Warwick DANKS:
    The Arabic Verb – Form and Meaning in the Vowel-Lengthening Patterns (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  7. Gunvor MEJDELL:
    Lutz Edzard (eds.), High vs. Low and Mixed varieties – Status, Norms and Functions across Time and Languages (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  8. Abulḫayr Al-Išbīlī (s. V/XI):
    Kitābu ʻumdati ṭ-ṭabīb fī maʻrifati nnabāt likulli labīb (by Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala)
  9. Anna KRASNOWOLSKA:
    Mythes, croyances populaires et symbolique animale dans la littérature persane (by Andrzej Pisowicz)
B i b l i o g r a p h i c a l  n o t e s
  1. Joseph M. BRINCAT:
    Maltese and Other Languages. A Linguistic History of Malta (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  2. Veronika RITT-BENMIMOUN:
    Texte im arabischen Beduinendialekt der Region Douz (Südtunesien) (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  3. Orhan ELMAZ:
    Studien zu den koranischen Hapaxlegomena unikaler Wurzeln (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  4. Nader AL-JALLAD:
    People from the Desert – Pre-Islamic Arabs in History and Culture. Selected Essays (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  5. M. CHŁODNICKI, K.M. CIAŁOWICZ, A. MĄCZYŃSKA:
    Tell El-Farkha (by Bartosz Adamski)
No XLIX / 2012



Open Access Journal: Pegasus: Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History in the University of Exeter

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Pegasus: Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History in the University of Exeter
http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/pegasus/files/2013/06/cropped-titlebar1.jpg
Pegasus is the Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Exeter. It was established in 1964 and is currently edited by a board of postgraduates. The journal focuses on multifarious aspects of the ancient world, the Exeter Department of Classics and Ancient History, as well as the Classical World in Devon.

We aim to include a mixture of both the scholarly and the absurd (“Difficult to tell which is which”, an anonymous reader once commented). Regular features include pieces by staff and students, book reviews and interviews with people from the world of Classics, both within and outside the department. In addition, we welcome submissions from our readers. For alumni and former staff members, Pegasus is a great way of staying in touch with the department and keeping up with departmental news.

For more details about our latest issue (no. 56, 2013) please click here.

Past issues have included the Jackson Knight Memorial Lectures, articles by students including J.K. Rowling, contests, artwork and poetry. An index of previous articles is available on this site. Many of these issues are still available to order. As of 2013, you can also read all back issues (save those published in the last five years) as PDFs on our website.
The Lawerence Shenfield Prize runner-up articles are also published on this website.
On this page, you will find links to all previous issues of Pegasus (with the exception of those published in the last five years).
Wondering which issue to read next? Click here for a list of all articles by issue.
Please click on the links to read each issue:
Issue One (1964); Issue Two (1964); Issue Three (1965); Issue Four (1965); Issue Five (1966); Issue Six (1966); Issue Seven (1967); Issue Eight (1967); Issue Nine (1967); Issue Ten (1968); Issue 11 (1969); Issue 12 (1969); Issue 13 (1971); Issue 14 (1972); Issue 15 (1973); Issue 16 (1973); Issue 17 (1974); Issue 18 (1975); Issue 19 (1976); Issue 20 (1977); Issue 21 (1978), Issue 22 (1979); Issue 23 (1980); Issue 24 (1981); Issue 25 (1982); Issue 26 (1983); Issue 27 (1984); Issue 28 (1985); Issue 29 (1986); Issue 30 (1987); Issue 31 (1988); Issue 32 (1989); Issue 33 (1990); Issue 34 (1991); Issue 35 (1992); Issue 36 (1993); Issue 37 (1994); Issue 38 (1995); Issue 39 (1996); Issue 40 (1997); Issue 41 (1998); Issue 42 (1999)): Issue 43 (2000); Issue 44 (2001); Issue 45 (2002); Issue 46 (2003); Issue 47 (2004); Issue 48 (2005); Issue 49 (2006); Issue 50 (2007); Issue 51 (2008); Issue 52 (2009).

Tracking Illicit Antiquities: new website section with seized photos and stories

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Tracking Illicit Antiquities: new website section with seized photos and stories
10 Apr 2015
 The Sculture in Robin Symes' gallery (from the Symes archive) 
Trafficking Culture is pleased to announce a new section of our website. Tracking Illicit Antiquities will present brief case studies of the identification and return of illicit cultural objects identified in the seized photographic archives of convicted antiquities smugglers and dealers. Stemming from the work of our research Dr. Christos Tsirogiannis, this evidence is offered here to assist researchers and to provide material for educational purposes.

Our first case is the fourth-century BC sculptural group of two griffins attacking a fallen doe which, following identification, was returned to Italy from the J Paul Getty Museum in 2007. We will be updating this section with additional cases frequently. Please follow our twitter account for new addition announcements.

Open Access Journal: Kentron

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[First posted in AWOL 1 January 2011. Updated 10 April  2015]

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 28, 2012

 
Pierre Sineux : Avant-propos
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Typhaine Haziza : De l’Égypte d’Hérodote à celle de Diodore : étude comparée des règnes des trois bâtisseurs des pyramides du plateau de Gîza
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Francis Larran : Pisistrate au Lycée ou le temps de Cronos retrouvé
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Serge Bardet : Flavius Josèphe et l’évergétisme : un regard juif sur un échange perverti
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Pierre Chiron : La Tradition chez les rhéteurs : emprunt ou empreinte ?
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Michelle Lacore : « L’Anonyme » : un palimpseste dans le Protreptique de Jamblique
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Christine Dumas-Reungoat : Bérose, de l’emprunt au faux
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Brigitte Gauvin : Citations, motifs, sujets : quelques types d’emprunt dans l’œuvre d’Ulrich von Hutten
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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



Assyriology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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Assyriology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION). 
  • Graziani, Simonetta and Pomponio, Francesco (2000) Tre tavolette di messaggeri da Umma. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1999 (58/1-2). pp. 143-153. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Graziani, Simonetta (1996) Babyloniaká. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1996 (56/1). pp. 99-104. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Graziani, Simonetta (1996) Necrologio per P. Luigi Giovanni Cagni. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1996 (56 /3). pp. 432-36. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Mery , Sophie (1995) Archaelogy of the Borderlands: 4th Millennium BC Mesopotamian Pottery at Ra’ s al- Hamra RH-5 (Sultanate of Oman). Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1995 (55/2). pp. 193-206. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Vanstiphout, H.L.J and Veldhuis, N. (1995) Ṭuppi ilāni pirišti šamê u erṣetim. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1995 (55 /1). pp. 30-32. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Mander, Pietro (1995) Designs on the Fara, Abū-Ṣalābīkh and Ebla Tablets. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1995 (55 /1). ISSN 0393-3180
  • Fusaro, Giovanna (1994) Famiglie scribali ed imprenditoriali nella babilonia achemenide: la famiglia Bēl-ēṭeru. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1994 (54/4). pp. 425-437. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Giovinazzo, Grazia (1994) Les documents de voyage dans les teste de Persépolis. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1994 (54/1). pp. 18-31. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Graziani, Simonetta (1986) I testi mesopotamici datati al regno di Serse. Annali : Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 46 (Supplemento n. 47 al Vol. 46 fasc. 2 (Annali)). Istituto universitario Orientale, Hender-Roma.
  • Aggoula, Basile (1985) Inscriptions et graffites aramèens d'Assour. Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 45 (Supplemento n. 43 al vol. 45 fasc. 2 (Annali)). Istituto Universitario Orientale, Napoli.
  • Arcari, Elena (1982) La lista di professioni "Early Dynastic LU A". Annali : Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 42 (Supplemento n. 32 al Vol. 42 fasc. 3 (Annali)). Istituto universitario Orientale, Napoli.

Egyptology and Coptology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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Egyptology and Coptology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION).

Classical Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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Classical Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION). 

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Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION).

Byzantine Studies in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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Byzantine Studies in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION).

South and Central Asian Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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South and Central Asian Archaeology in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION). 

History of the Ancient Near East in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

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History of the Ancient Near East in the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"

OPAR is the institutional repository of the University of Naples "L'Orientale", designed according to the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Sciences and Humanities and the Messina Declaration ratified by CRUI in 2004. In AREA 10 - Scienze dell'antichita' / filologico letterarie e storico artistiche are a substantial number of the monographic supplements issued as a sub-series of Annali: Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi (AION). 
  • Giovinazzo, Grazia (2002) Les Indiens à Suse. Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 2000-2001 (60-61). pp. 70-76. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Mander, Pietro (1999) Jānua hominum et deorum in the Sumerian Mythological Texts. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1999 (59). pp. 93-108. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Fiorani Piacentini, Valeria (1999) Practise in the Mediaeval Persian Government: the Surrender of the Great Cities of Khurasan to the Seljuks (AH 428-429/AD 1038-1039). Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1999 (59). pp. 38-68. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Di Gennaro , Teodolinda (1996) A proposito di BM 74560: un documento privato dell’archivio dell’Ebabbara. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1996 (56 /3). pp. 354-364. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Graziani, Simonetta (1996) Necrologio per P. Luigi Giovanni Cagni. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1996 (56 /3). pp. 432-36. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Vattioni, Francesco (1994) Petra e le città carovaniere. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1994 (54 /4). pp. 527-30. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Vattioni, Francesco (1992) Saggio di bibliografia semitica 1989-1990. Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1990 (50/4). pp. 379-446. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Giovinazzo, Grazia (1987) 60 testi economici della Mesopotamia datati al Regno di Ciro. Annali : Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 47 (Supplemento n. 50 al Vol. 47 fasc. 1 (Annali)). Istituto Universitario Orientale, Napoli.
  • Vattioni, Francesco (1985) I Giudei della Fenicia a Beth She‘arim. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1985 (45/3). pp. 399-403. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Cagni, Luigi and Giovinazzo, Grazia and Graziani, Simonetta (1985) Typology and Structure of Mesopotamian Documentation During the Achaemenid Period. Annali dell’Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 1985 (45/4). pp. 547-584. ISSN 0393-3180
  • Strika, Vincenzo (1983) Lo Shatt al-'arab. Annali : Rivista del Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici e del Dipartimento di Studi su Africa e Paesi Arabi, 43 (Supplemento n. 36 al Vol. 43 fasc. 3 (Annali)). Istituto universitario Orientale, Napoli.

4 Enoch: The Online Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism

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 [First posted in AWOL 23 November 2009. Updated 12April, 2015]
Jewish, Christian & Islamic Origins, in Scholarship and Fiction, from the 15th century to the present

A project by Gabriele Boccaccini (University of Michigan). Founding Editor: Gabriele Boccaccini (University of Michigan); Associate Editor: Carlos A. Segovia (Saint Louis University, Madrid). With the contribution of the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies and the Alessandro Nangeroni International Endowment. See also: Enoch Seminar Online and Facebook. @2009-2015.
4 Enoch: The Online Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins is an academic project of the Enoch Seminar, created in 2009 by Gabriele Boccaccini (University of Michigan, USA), in collaboration with the late Hanan Eshel (Bar-Ilan University, Israel), Loren T. Stuckenbruck (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA), and Carlos A. Segovia (Camilo José Cela University, Spain). The current Board of Directors of the Enoch Seminar includes: Gabriele Boccaccini (chair), Kelley Coblentz Bautch, Esther Eshel, Matthias Henze, Pierluigi Piovanelli, Carlos A. Segovia, and Loren T. Stuckenbruck. See the Enoch Seminar Website
Born as a bibliography in the early 1990s and developed as a database in the 2000s, 4 Enoch has been made freely accessible online in wiki-format since August 2009. It now includes more than 1,000 encyclopedic entries, 8,000 abstracts of scholarly and fictional works, 3,000 biographies of scholars and authors, from the 15th century to the present...
4 Enoch offers a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to Scholarship and Fiction in Second Temple Judaism (including Samaritan and New Testament Studies), i.e. the period from Ezekiel to the completion of the New Testament and the Mishnah. It also deals with the roots of Second Temple traditions in the Ancient Israelite Religion, as well as the influence and legacy of those traditions for Christian, Jewish and Islamic Origins, up to the time of the completion of the Qur'an. 4 Enoch includes scholarly and fictional works authored from the mid-15th century to the present, all around the world, with biographies of Scholars and Authors and a Dictionary of People, Places, Topics, etc. of Second Temple Judaism & Christian Origins.
With more than 20,000 pages, "4 Enoch" provides a comprehensive WHO's WHO of the period, as well as BIOGRAPHIES of Scholars and Authors, and ABSTRACTS of scholarly and fictional Works, authored from the mid-15th century to the present, all around the world. Still a work in progress, the Encyclopedia, created in 2009 by Gabriele Boccaccini of the University of Michigan with the collaboration of Carlos A. Segovia of the Camilo Jose Cela University Madrid, is the collective work of international specialists in the field associated with the Enoch Seminar[1]
  • Are you a scholar or graduate student, and would you like to contribute to the Encyclopedia? Please, contact Editor-in-Chief Professor Gabriele Boccaccini<gbocca@umich.edu>, or Associate Editor Professor Carlos A. Segovia<segoviamail@gmail.com>, and join the team of international specialists working in this project.
  • 4 Enoch is a work in progress (changes are made of a daily basis). Some entries are fully developed, others exist only in a draft form. Everytime you visit the site, you will see that new features have been added.
  • It is the editors' understanding in good faith that each and all uploaded images are of public domain. If by mistake copyrighted material happened to be included, it will be immediately removed.
  • Note: 4 Enoch is a work in progress. In the first phase (Aug 2009 - Jul 2010) thousands of entries (abstracts of works of scholarship and fiction, biographies of scholars and authors, etc.) were included.
The keywords associated with each bibliographical and biographical entry have generated numerous "Subject entries" or "Categories" (now existing mostly in a draft form), which in the second phase of the project (Aug 2010 - Aug 2014) are now in the process of being assigned to specialists and developed as original contributions to the study of Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins

Open Access Journal: Rursus: Poiétique, réception et réécriture des textes antiques

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[First posted in AWOL 6 January 2009. Updated 13 April 2015]

Rursus: Poiétique, réception et réécriture des textes antiques
ISSN électronique 1951-669X
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La revue numérique Rursus est consacrée à des études portant sur la récriture. Elle a été conçue par les chercheurs de langues anciennes de l’Université de Nice, réunis de 2003 à 2007 dans la jeune équipe LA.LI.A, et est aujourd'hui publiée par le CEPAM (UMR 6130). La littérature dite ‘au second degré’ n’est pas une zone érudite, marginale, voire décadente du champ littéraire, mais la clé même de ce champ, puisque le régime original et originel de l’écriture est le second degré. Cette conviction d’une nature foncièrement hypertextuelle de la création n’est pas un dogme mais une attention de fond aux facteurs de mutation, de détournement et de renouvellement de la tradition.

OpenBibArt: History of Art Bibliography in Open Access

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OpenBibArt: History of Art Bibliography in Open Access
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The enhancement site "OpenBibArt" offers open accessconsultation, to all the bibliographical references from the Répertoire d'Art et d'Archéologie and from the Bibliographie d'Histoire de l'Art produced by INIST-CNRS.

This site was designed for art historians, on an international scale, researchers and on a broader basis professionals and art lovers.

Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean

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Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean
ISSN: 1309-3924 
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Gephyra - a Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean - is a publication platform for articles from all fields of research into Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean, insofar as they shed new light on the history and culture of this geographical and historical region. For this reason, epigraphic, archaeological, numismatic and art historical contributions, commented and evaluated material presentations, as well as historical reflections and essays are all equally welcome.

GEPHYRA is not an online journal and the full content is not provided. Registrations are only for online submissions.
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Maney Archaeology Content free 13 - 26 April 2015. No sign up required

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Debate concerning the events of the Holocaust is well embedded in the historical discourse and, thus, clearly defined narratives of this period exist. However, in most European countries the Holocaust has only recently begun to be considered in terms of its surviving archaeological remains and landscapes.
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Open Access Egyptology from Waseda University

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 [Originally posted 6/10/10.  Most recently updated 14 April 2015]

Institute of Archaeology, Waseda University, Tokyo
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Publications in English
MONOGRAPHS

PRELIMINARY REPORTS OF THE EXCAVATIONS

Khufu's Second Boat
Leaflet of the project
Publications in Japanese
新刊のお知らせ

<NEW>エジプト学研究別冊第16号 2013年


<NEW>エジプト学研究第19号 2013年


<NEW>科学研究費補助金基盤研究(S)
研究報告集第2号 2013年



科学研究費補助金基盤研究(S)
研究報告集第1号 2011年





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*リンク先のある書籍は直接出版社にお問い合わせ下さい。


和文紀要

和文報告書

  • 『マルカタ南〔I〕「魚の丘」考古編・建築編』、早稲田大学出版部、1983年
  • 『マルカタ南〔II〕-ルクソール周辺の旧石器遺跡』、早稲田大学出版部、1986年
  • 『マルカタ南〔III〕-魚の丘周辺における埋葬と人骨』、早稲田大学出版部、1988年
  • 『マルカタ南〔IV〕-イシス神殿北西部の遺構と遺物』、早稲田大学出版部、1992年 (定価16,800円)
  • 『マルカタ南〔V〕-イシス神殿北建物址-』、株式会社アケト、2005年 (定価15,000円)
  • 『マルカタ南 魚の丘遺跡出土彩画片の研究〔I〕』、早稲田大学古代エジプト調査室、1995年 (定価5,250円)
  • 『マルカタ南 魚の丘遺跡出土彩画片の研究〔II〕』、早稲田大学古代エジプト調査室、1999年 (定価5,250円)
  • 『エジプト王家の谷・西谷学術調査報告書〔I〕』、中央公論美術出版、2008年
  • 『ルクソール西岸岩窟墓〔I〕-第241号墓と周辺遺構-』、株式会社アケト、2002年 (定価3,000円)
  • 『ルクソール西岸岩窟墓〔II〕-第318号墓と隣接する墓-』、株式会社アケト、2003年 (定価6,000円)
  • 『ルクソール西岸岩窟墓〔III〕-第333号墓、A.21号墓、A.24号墓、W-4(Nr.-127-)号墓-』、株式会社アケト、2007年 (定価5,800円)
  • 『アブ・シール南〔I〕』、鶴山堂、2001年 (定価12,600円)
  • 『アブ・シール南〔II〕』、株式会社アケト、2006年 (定価7,000円)
  • 『アブ・シール南〔III〕』、株式会社シーズ・プランニング、2007年 (定価5,800円)
  • 『ダハシュール北〔I〕-宇宙考古学からの出発-』、株式会社アケト、2003年 (定価4,000円)
英文報告書

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 エジプト学研究 - The Journal of Egyptian Studies 

    Open Access Projects: The Alexandria Archive Institute

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    [First posted in AWOL 23 February 2010. Updated 14 April 2015]

    The Alexandria Archive Institute: Enhancing scholarship through the Open Web
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    The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) is a non-profit entity supporting research and development to enhance scholarly communications and instruction through innovative use of the Web. We do this through Web-based publication, with a focus on primary data—information that rarely sees dissemination.
    Our work aims to allow for greater breadth and depth of understanding—breadth resulting from open accessibility, and depth from sharing of primary content. This breadth and depth will promote greater transparency in the research process, innovative reuses of datasets, and broad-scale, collaborative research.
    The AAI supports a range of projects, funded primarily by government and private foundation grants. All projects work toward our mission of enhancing scholarship through use of the Open Web. The primary focus of our work is Open Context, an open access Web-based publication system for archaeology and other field sciences. In addition to this long-term project, we are involved in other collaborative undertakings.
    Visit our Projects page for information about our current and past activities. Subscribe to our newsfeed and our blog to receive period updates on our activities.
    The Alexandria Archive Institute is a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
    EIN: 91-2146202

    Archaeological Data Publishing

    dinaa_100x100In September 2012, the AAI received a 2-year Digital Humanities Implementation grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The project Applying Linked Open Data: Refining a Model of Data Sharing as Publication aims to demonstrate how publication processes can help improve the discoverability, reuse, and longevity of primary scholarly materials. The AAI will collaborate with archaeologists working in the Mediterranean region to further develop workflows to publish archaeological datasets as Linked Open Data.(more)

    The Digital Index of North American Archaeology

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    The Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA) is a multi-institutional undertaking to create interoperability models for archaeological site databases in the eastern United States. The 2-year project, which is funded by the National Science Foundation, commenced September 1, 2012.(more)

    Using Linked Data to Enhance Datasets

    eol_smallIn September, 2012, the AAI launched “Exploring Biogeography of Early Domestic Animals using Linked Open Data,” a data publishing and reuse study using Linked Open Data to enhance archaeological datasets. A collaborative undertaking by the AAI, Prof. Benjamin Arbuckle (Baylor University), and a team of international zooarchaeologists, the project was one of two winners of the Computable Data Challenge from the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL). (more)

    Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage

    We are delighted to take part in the Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage project, an effort representing an international, interdisciplinary collaboration among more than 50 scholars and 25 partnering organizations embarking on an unprecedented and timely investigation of intellectual property (IP) issues in cultural heritage that represent emergent local and global interpretations of culture, rights, and knowledge.(more)

    DIPIR: Improving Reuse of Shared Data

    DIPIR (Dissemination Information Packages for Information Reuse) is an IMLS-funded project led by Dr. Ixchel Faniel and Dr. Elizabeth Yakel (University of Michigan). Project partners include the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, and Open Context. The project aims to study data reuse in three academic disciplines to identify how to better describe and document shared data to facilitate informed reuse.(more)

    BoneCommons

    The AAI hosts BoneCommons on behalf of the International Council for Archaeozoology. BoneCommons is a community hub zooarchaeology. Zooarchaeologists can share conference presentations, papers, and posters. They can also post less-formal content, particularly images of specimen so that they can get help and feedback on identifications.(more)

    Past Projects

    Gazetteer of the Ancient Near East

    The Gazetteer of the Ancient Near East will demonstrate the power of simple tools to expand the reach and impact of open data. This new, 18-month project was funded in August 2011 by the National Endowment for the Humanities through their Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants program. (more)

    Modern Art Iraq Archive

    In collaboration with Professor Nada Shabout (University of North Texas), we developed the Modern Art Iraq Archive (MAIA), an open access, online system for gathering and sharing information about the works of art, many of them now lost, from the Iraqi Museum of Modern Art in Baghdad. This project, which was funded by an NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant in August 2009, documents and shares Iraqi artistic expressions and experiences by providing images of the works, information about their current whereabouts, related documentation, and tools for the global community to contribute content to the archive.(more)

    “Archaeology 2.0″ Book Project

    The AAI hosted a session at the 2008 Society for American Archaeology meeting titled “Web 2.0 and Beyond: New Tools for Archaeological Communication and Collaboration.” Audio recordings of the papers presented in the session can be accessed here. Papers presented in this session were published in August 2011 by the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press in a volume titled “Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication and Collaboration” (edited by Eric Kansa, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, and Ethan Watrall). Electronic copies of the book are available free of charge on eScholarship.(more)

    User Experience Study

    With a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the AAI undertook a 2-year study (Jan. 2009 – Dec. 2010) of user experience in the digital humanities, with specific case studies from archaeology. We observed creators and users of digital content in the context of their work and developed methods to enhance access to, and usability of, primary archaeological research content. The project was a collaboration between the AAI and the ISD Program at the School of Information at UC Berkeley.(more)

    Open Archaeology Prizes

    From 2007 to 2010, the AAI hosted a series of Open Archaeology Prize competitions aimed at raising awareness of open access solutions among the research community by highlighting current frameworks for sharing content in different communities. Winners of past Open Archaeology Prize competitions include both senior and junior scholars.(more)

    Partially Open Access Journal: Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies

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    Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies
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    For many years, a number of scholarly reviews have assiduously addressed the subject of Assyria and the Assyrians. Given this reality, what is the justification for JAAS - the Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies?

    We offer a partial explanation. Academic publications focused on Assyria are invariably dedicated to fleshing out the saga of its antiquity. Virtually no attention is paid to the history of those who survived the fall. This absence of scholarly attention is explained in part by what Dr. Edward Y. Odisho describes as "the confusion between the annihilation of the Assyrian political system and the annihilation of the Assyrian people". 

    This is not to say that the surviving Assyrians and their accomplishments to follow have been entirely ignored by scholars. Yet it is a fact that in all but exceptional circumstances, they are described as anything but Assyrians. Whatever may be the reasons for this obliviousness, it is well past the hour for reconsideration. The Journal’s raison d’être is to fuel serious research about the culture of the Assyrians, from and after the time it survived the demise of empire. The pursuit of such a chronicle entails a tortuous path and multiple strands. It is for scholarship to reclaim, for us and for those who follow, what it can of this history.

    To date, the subject of post-empire Assyrians has not spawned a single academic program anywhere in the world. And not a single academic publication focused on the subject until Dr. Odisho and a small number of individuals came along to launch the present Journal in 1985. JAAS is a small first step towards this gaping need. It is certainly not the answer, but hopefully it is the beginning of one.

    This Journal cannot affect the economic or career considerations which generally decide what is a viable field of study for established faculty or for doctoral candidates. Nothing can provide scholarly cachet to "post-antiquity Assyria" studies as the emergence of a class of scholars who claim it as their specialty. In light of this, it is difficult to explain why the contemporary Assyrian community, and particularly its leaders and intellectuals, has failed to devise means and incentives for developing the cadre it desperately needs. 

    While the Journal lacks the means to finance budding scholars (Assyrian or non-Assyrian), it offers them an open door. The Journal has a simple philosophy. Any paper received on any Assyrian subject deserves our serious scrutiny, provided it is based on research. 


    AAS Table of Contents(e-JAAS)

    List of digital articles

    Open Access Journal: Camenulae

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    Camenulae
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