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Digitized Greek Manuscripts

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Digitized Greek Manuscripts
The database is maintained by David Jenkins, Librarian for Classics, Hellenic Studies and Linguistics at Princeton University.

Displaying 1 - 50 of 3360 manuscripts

Title Century Subject theme Subject name



BAR Ms. Gr. 10 13th Philosophy Nicephorus Blemmydes
BAR Ms. Gr. 1175
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 121 11th, 12th Saints lives
BAR Ms. Gr. 1294
Canon law, Illuminations
BAR Ms. Gr. 1387
Theology John Climacus
BAR Ms. Gr. 1395
Theology
BAR Ms. Gr. 14 14th, 15th Poems Maximus Planudes, Ovid, Cato
BAR Ms. Gr. 165 15th Theology Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa
BAR Ms. Gr. 214 15th, 16th Misc.
BAR Ms. Gr. 225 15th, 16th Theology, Poems
BAR Ms. Gr. 249 14th, 15th Theology John of Damascus
BAR Ms. Gr. 257 14th, 15th Menaion
BAR Ms. Gr. 261 12th, 13th Hymns
BAR Ms. Gr. 318 15th, 16th Theology Eustratius, Nicholas of Methone, Nicetas Stethatus, Euthymius Zigabenus
BAR Ms. Gr. 36 14th, 15th Florilegium
BAR Ms. Gr. 360 13th, 14th Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 375 13th Poems
BAR Ms. Gr. 390 14th, 15th Theology Gregory Nazianzus
BAR Ms. Gr. 394 14th, 15th, 17th Philosophy, Theology Maximus Planudes, Boethius, Thomas Aquinas, Plethon, Demetrius Cydones
BAR Ms. Gr. 452 15th, 16th Misc., Philosophy Aristotle, Nemesius, Gennadios II Scholarios, Michael Psellus
BAR Ms. Gr. 492 15th, 16th Rhetoric, Grammar Aeschines, Manuel Moschopoulus
BAR Ms. Gr. 508 13th Letters
BAR Ms. Gr. 561 14th, 15th Bible, Theology Nicephorus Blemmydes
BAR Ms. Gr. 646 14th Synesius, Maximus Planudes
BAR Ms. Gr. 665 12th Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 739 13th Poems
BAR Ms. Gr. 872
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 931 14th Theology
BAR Ms. Gr. 932
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 934
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 935
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 936
Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 94 12th Bible
BAR Ms. Gr. 953
Sticherion
BAV Barb. gr. 1 17th Astronomy Ptolemy
BAV Barb. gr. 100 15th, 16th History Flavius Josephus
BAV Barb. gr. 103 14th Letters Libanius
BAV Barb. gr. 106 15th Philosophy
BAV Barb. gr. 107 17th Geography
BAV Barb. gr. 108 15th, 16th Grammar
BAV Barb. gr. 111 16th History
BAV Barb. gr. 117 16th, 17th Theology Gregory Palamas
BAV Barb. gr. 118 16th Medicine
BAV Barb. gr. 119 15th Manuel Moschopoulus, Homer
BAV Barb. gr. 120 16th Philosophy John Philoponus
BAV Barb. gr. 124 15th Philosophy Gennadios II Scholarios
BAV Barb. gr. 126 15th Letters
BAV Barb. gr. 127 15th Astronomy, Medicine
BAV Barb. gr. 128 15th Theognis

 

Open Access Journal: Sasanika Newsletter

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[First posted in AWOL 30 September 2011. Updated 1 May 2015]

Sasanika Newsletter

Newsletter 8

Author:
Sasanika Team
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Newsletter 7 – February 2014

Author:
Sasanika Team
sasanika Newsletters > Newsletter 7  February 2014 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 7 In This Issue New & Improved Sasanika New Sasanika Team Members Sasanika Lectures at UCI New Publications A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us!   New & Improved Sasanika It is ... READ MORE

Newsletter 6 – June 2012

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Sasanika Team
DSCF1663-smNewsletters > Newsletter 6 June 2012 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 6 In This Issue Religion, Cosmology & Empire Late Antique Iran Lecture New Publications e-Sasanika Series Obituary A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us! Religion, Cosmology and Empire ... READ MORE

Newsletter 5 – September 2011

Author:
Sasanika Team
coinNewsletters > Newsletter 5 September 2011 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 5 In This Issue Sasanian Numismatics Sasanian & World Histor The Other Great Empire Kingship, Rel. & Coinage New Publications e-Sasanika Series Obituary Photos to Share A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. Rika Gyselen: Sasanian Numismatics & History On February 15, 2011, Dr. Rika ... READ MORE

Newsletter 4 – December 2010

Author:
Sasanika Team
sasanikaNewsletters > Newsletter 4 December 2010 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 4 In This Issue New Website Roshan Grant Sasanika Workshop ISIS in LA Lecture Series New Publications Obituary A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us! New and Improved Website During ... READ MORE

Newsletter 3 – December 2009

Author:
Sasanika Team
DSCF1663-smNewsletters > Newsletter 3 December 2009 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 3 In This Issue MESA 2009 Travel to the Republic of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan: Historical Survey New Publications A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects requires funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. MESA 2009 In November 2009 there were four panels dedicated to the Sasanian Iran. The speakers were brought together by Professor Parvaneh Pourshariati of ... READ MORE

Newsletter 2 – December 2008

Author:
Sasanika Team
CeretiNewsletters > Newsletter 1 December 2008 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 2 In This Issue Lectures Travelogue New Publications Obituary Fundraising A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects requires funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. Dr. Carlo G. Cereti in California State University, Fullerton On November 1, 2008, California State University at Fullerton hosted the second installment of the Rastegar Family Iraj Afshar Iranica ... READ MORE

Newsletter 1 – June 2008

Author:
Sasanika Team
kerdirNewsletters > Newsletter 1 June 2008 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 1 In This Issue Sasanika's Mission Our New Look e-Sasanika Programs & Events Joint Project Sasanika's Mission One of the most remarkable civilizations of the first millennium CE was that of the Sasanian Empire. Emanating from southern Iran's Persis (Fars) region in the third century AD, the Sasanian domain eventually encompassed not only modern day Iran and Iraq, but also the greater parts of Central Asia and the Near East, including at times the regions corresponding to present-day Israel, Turkey, and Egypt. This geographically diverse empire brought together a striking array of ethnicities and religious practices. Arameans, Arabs, Armenians, Persians, Romans, Goths as well as a host of other peoples all lived under the Sasanian rule. It is the aim of Sasanika: the Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of world and late ... READ MORE

The Ancient Theatre Archive: A Virtual Reality Tour of Greek and Roman Theatre Architecture

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The Ancient Theatre Archive: A Virtual Reality Tour of Greek and Roman Theatre Architecture
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Home
Acknowledgments
Bibliography
Glossary
Google Maps
FRANCE
Augustodunum (modern Autun, France)
Lugdunum (modern Lyon, France)
Arausio (modern Orange, France)
Arelate (modern Arles, France)
Forum Julii (modern Fréjus, France)
Vasio Vocontiorum (modern Vaison-la-Romaine)
Vienna (modern Vienne, France)
GREECE
Aegae (modern Vergina, Greece)
Aegeira (modern Egira, Greece)
Argos (modern Argos, Greece)
Cassiope (modern Kamarina, Greece)
Corinth (modern Kórinthos, Greece)
Corinth Odeum (modern Kórinthos, Greece)
Delphi (modern Delfi, Greece)
Delos (Modern Delos, Greece)
Dionysus (modern Athens, Greece)
Dium (modern Malathriá, Greece)
Dodona (modern Dodoni, Greece)
Elis (modern Ilida, Greece)
Epidaururs (modern Epidauros, Greece)
Eretria (modern Eretria, Greece)
Gythium (modern Githio, Greece)
Herodes Atticus
Isthmia (modern Isthmia, Greece)
Mantinea (modern Mantinea, Greece)
Megalopolis (modern Megalopoli, Greece)
Messene (modern Mavromati, Greece)
Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean
Mytilene, Lesbos, North Aegean
Nicopolis (modern Preveza, Greece)
Odeum of Herodes Atticus (modern Athens
Orchomenus (modern Orhomenos, Greece)
Orchomenos, Boeotia, Sterea Hellas
Oropos, the Amphiareion , East Attica
Patrai (Patras), Patra, Achaia, Greece
Philippi (modern Krenides, Greece)
Sicyon (modern Kiato, Greece)
Sparta (modern Sparti, Greece)
Stobi (modern Pustogradske, Greece)
Thessalonica (modern Thessaloniki, Greece)
Thera (modern Thira, Greece
Thoricus (modern Thorikos)
ITALY
Arretium (modern Arezzo, Italy)
Asisium (modern Assisi, Italy)
Falerii Novi (modern Fabrica di Roma)
Ferentium (modern Ferento Viterbo, VT, Italy)
Interamnia Praetuttiorum (modern Teramo, Italy)
Iguvium (modern Gubbio, Italy)
Mevania (modern Bevagna)
Marcellus (modern Rome, Italy)
Ocriculum (modern Otricoli, TR, Italy)
Ostia (modern Ostia Antica, Italy)
Pompeii Odeum (modern Pompeii, Italy)
Pompeii (modern Pompeii, Italy)
Segesta (modern Calatafimi-Segesta, Italy)
Spoletium (modern Spoleto, Italy)
Syracusae (modern Siracusa, Italy)
Tauromenium (modern Taormina, Italy)
NORTH AFRICA
Alexandria
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
Acinipo (modern Ronda la Vieja, Spain)
Augusta Emerita (modern Mérida, Spain)
Baelo (modern Tarifa, Spain)
Bilbilis (modern Calatayud, Spain)
Clunia (modern Peñalba de Castro, Spain)
Carthago Nova (modern Cartagena, Spain)
Italica (modern Santiponce, Spain)
Malaca (modern Málaga, Spain)
Metellinum (modern Medellin, Spain)
Olisipo (modern Lisbon, Portugal)
Segobriga (modern Saelices, Spain)
Tarraco (modern Tarragonia)
Urso (modern Osuna, Spain)
TURKEY
Antiphellus (modern Kas, Turkey)
Arycanda (modern Arif, Turkey)
Aspendus (modern Belkiz, Turkey)
Aphrodisias (modern Geyre, Turkey)
Ephesus (modern Selçuk, Turkey)
Ephesus Odeum (modern Selçuk, Turkey)
Halicarnassus (modern Bodrum, Turkey)
Hierapolis (modern Pamukkale, Turkey)
Letoon (modern Bozoluk, Turkey)
Miletus (modern Balat, Turkey)
Myra (modern Demre, Turkey)
Patara (modern Kelemis, Turkey
Pergamum (modern Bergama, Turkey)
Pergamum Roman Theatre (Bergama, Turkey)
Perge (modern Aksu, Turkey)
Phaselis (modern Tekirova, Turkey)
Pinara (modern Minare Köyü, Turkey)
Priene (modern Güllübahçe Turkey)
Side (modern Eski Antalya, Turkey)
Simena (modern Kale, Turkey
Telmessus (modern Fethiye, Turkey)
Termessus (modern Güllük, Turkey)
Tlos (modern Düver, Turkey)
Troia (Troy) Odeum (modern Hisarlik, Turkey)
Xanthus (modern Kõnõk, Turkey)

OPenn: Primary Digital Resources Available to Everyone

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OPenn: Primary Digital Resources Available to Everyone
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OPenn contains complete sets of high-resolution archival images of cultural heritage material from the collections of its contributing institutions, along with machine-readable descriptive and technical metadata. All materials on OPenn are in the public domain or released under Creative Commons licenses as Free Cultural Works. Please see specific collections and documents for applicable license terms.
[ICO] Name Last modified Size

[TXT] Collections.html 2015-05-01 16:43 3.4K
[DIR] Data/ 2015-04-29 10:36 -
[TXT] ReadMe.html 2015-05-01 16:43 11K
[TXT] TechnicalReadMe.html 2015-05-01 16:43 87K

Open Access Journal: Pseudo-Dionysius

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Pseudo-Dionysius
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First published in 1999, Pseudo-Dionysius is run by undergraduate and graduate students at Dalhousie and the University of King's College.  It offers the opportunity for university students at all levels to publish their work.

Vol 17 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Battle of Frogs and Mice PDF
Tanisha Chakma
Contrasting Models of the God-World Relation: Avicenna, Maimonides and Al- Shahrastani PDF
Harrington Crichtley
A Note on the Ahistorical Metaphysics of Philo’s De Vita Mosis PDF
Daniel Heide
A Note on the Metaphysics of History in Philo’s De Vita Mosis PDF
Daniel Gillis
Variations on Anagnorisis PDF
Meghan Shields
The Essence of Justice Reconsidered: Power and Justice in Thucydides’ The History of the Peloponnesian War PDF
Zachery Ackerson
Meetings with the East: Athens and Pergamum PDF
Alix Kent
“Vere Phrygiae, neque enim Phryges:” Syrian Clothing and Roman Reception of Syrian Identity PDF
Marybeth Osowski
Knowledge and True Opinion in Plato’s Meno PDF
Ariel Weiner
Reading Book I of Plato’s Republic in Context PDF
Benjamin von Bredow
Logos and Ergon in Book I of Plato’s Republic PDF
Alexander Edwards
Playing Mercy: the Value of Virtue in Seneca’s Thyestes PDF
Kaitlyn Boulding
Fate, the Hero and Empire: Anger in Virgil’s Aeneid and Lucan’s Civil War PDF
Tamara Watson
Inhumane Philanthropy and Philanthropic Tyranny: Prometheus and Zeus in Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound PDF
Allison Graham
Feminine Io as a Natural and Political Principle In Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound PDF
Matthew Green
DAEDALUS MOURNING PDF
Bethany Hindmarsh






2013


Vol 15 (2013)









Visualizing Medieval Places: Exploring Space-Time in Medieval Literary Texts

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Visualizing Medieval Places: Exploring Space-Time in Medieval Literary Texts
Here you can explore the full dataset of Visualizing Medieval Places (place names extracted from medieval French texts) built as of May 2015 and visualized with CartoDB. Approximate date of composition is provided mostly by the Archives de littérature du Moyen Âge (ARLIMA) and has been regularized. The work abbreviation is provided by the Dictionnaire étymologique de l’ancien français– Heidelberg.

Version 2.0 allowed for faceted browsing using metadata and complex representation of uncertain time segments (December 2013).

Versions 1.3 and 1.2 show a dataset of about 3000 data points (Summer 2013).
Versions 1.1 and 1.0 are a first set of plain views based on a small sub-set of Franco-Italian literature of about 600 data points (December 2012).



Versions 1.0-2.0 are shown with GeoTemCo, a tool for the comparative visualization of geospatial-temporal data created by Stefan Jänicke.  Read more about GeoTemCo here.  The code is available on github.

Artefacts: Scientific Illustration and Archaeological Reconstruction

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Artefacts: Scientific Illustration and Archaeological Reconstruction
 
Wir sind ein junges Berliner Büro für konzeptionelle Gestaltung. Unsere Expertise liegt in der Visualisierung von Themen aus Wissenschaft und For­schung.
Schwerpunkt unserer Tätigkeit ist die Entwicklung wissen­schaftlicher Illustrationen, Infogra­fi­ken und Ani­ma­tionen für Ausstellungen, Publi­ka­tionen oder Forschungs­pro­jekte.
Da wir selbst ausgebildete Archäo­lo­gen sind, sind wir besonders auf die wissenschaftliche Re­kon­struk­tion und 3D-Visualisierung antiker Architektur spezialisiert.
We are a Berlin-based conceptual design agency specialised in the visualisation of archaeological and scientific content.

Our main focus lies in creating informative graphics and animations for exhibitions, conferences and research projects.


Being archaeologists ourselves, the scientific reconstruction and 3D visualisation of ancient architecture is our main area of expertise.

Electronic Editions of the Gospel According to John in Greek, Latin, Syriac and Coptic

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Electronic Editions of the Gospel According to John in Greek, Latin, Syriac and Coptic
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An edition of the manuscripts with Old Latin versions of John
Biblia Coptica

Facsimiles and transcriptions of Sahidic Coptic manuscripts of John

Transcriptions of Greek Papyri, Majuscules and Minuscules (work in progress)

Transcriptions of the Minor Coptic Versions

These pages are maintained by the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham.

For further information, please contact the webmaster.
The image of the eagle is courtesy of the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland.

Open Access Serial: AIO Papers (Attic Inscriptions Online)

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AIO Papers (Attic Inscriptions Online)
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As this is the inaugural publication of AIO Papers, readers may welcome a word of explanation as to the purpose of the series. The primary objective of Attic Inscriptions Online is to make available English translations of Attic inscriptions, based on the most accurate and up-to-date Greek texts. The authoritative publications of the Greek texts are Inscriptiones Graecae vol. I (before 403 BC) and vol. II (403 BC - AD 267), new editions of which appear at infrequent intervals. When an inscription is included in a recently published volume of IG, such as the third edition of IG II (IG II3), the first fascicules of which appeared in 2012, identifying “the most accurate and up-to-date” Greek text can be quite straightforward. In other cases, however, there can more of an issue. It can often be addressed by including one or more references to the review of epigraphical scholarship which is published every year in the Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (SEG). However, a simple reference to IG, SEG, or occasionally to another publication, is not always sufficient. SEG, for example, records textual proposals with a degree of indiscrimination which may mislead the inexperienced user. In the process of reviewing the textual literature while preparing a translation for AIO translators may see potential for textual improvements which require explanation and justification. The first purpose of AIO Papers, therefore, is to supply a forum in which the texts underlying the translations published in AIO may be clarified.

Second, it is part of AIO’s purpose to communicate Attic inscriptions to students and researchers who may lack the background knowledge, of the languages, culture and institutions of the Greek world in general, and of Athens and Attica in particular, that is needed to understand a translated inscription in its raw state. AIO Papers will publish essays intended to equip the user of AIO with such background knowledge. AIO Papers no. 4, to appear later in 2014, will be the first of this type: a companion to the translations of the inscribed Athenian laws and decrees of 352/1-322/1 BC, texts of which were published in IG II3 1, fascicule 2.

AIO Papers will also publish other papers consistent with the objectives of AIO.
This includes translations of important articles written by scholars in languages other than English but which, in the editor’s opinion, deserve a wider circulation among an Anglophone readership. AIO Papers no. 2 and 3, translations of two papers originally published in Italian by Enrica Culasso Gastaldi, fall into this category.
[From the Preface to AIO Papers 1]

AIO Papers 6

S. D. Lambert - The Inscribed Version of the Decree Honouring Lykourgos of Boutadai (IG II2 457 and 3207)

This paper reviews the relationship between IG II2 457, the upper part of an Athenian decree of 307/6 BC honouring posthumously the orator Lykourgos of Boutadai, and IG II2 3207, the lower part of a stele inscribed with crowns commemorating decrees honouring Lykourgos passed in his lifetime. It finds that 3207 either belonged to the same stele as 457, as the great epigraphist Adolf Wilhlem proposed, or to a separate, but associated stele. In section 2 it investigates the decrees commemorated on 3207, locating them in the context of Lykourgos’ career, his rivalry with Demades and his relations with other politicians of the period.

AIO Papers 5

S. D. Lambert - Accounts of Payments from the Treasury of Athena in 410-407? BC (IG I3 375 and 377)

This paper treats the accounts of payments from the treasury of Athena in 410-407? BC which are inscribed on the front and back of the so-called Choiseul marble, in the Louvre in Paris (IG I3 375 and 377). It presents a fresh text of the difficult reverse face of the inscription (377), which prints only those readings on which the three rival texts currently in circulation are in agreement, and discusses the date. It is designed to support the translations of IG I3 375 and 377 published on AIO and includes an annotated table of the payments listed in these accounts.

AIO Papers 4

S. D. Lambert - Inscribed Athenian Decrees of 229/8-198/7 BC (IG II3 1, 1135-1255)

After exploring features of the history and methodology of Attic epigraphy, this paper surveys the corpus of 121 Athenian decrees of 229/8-198/7 BC recently published as IG II3 1, 1135-1255 (sections I-II of IG II3 1 fascicule 5). It reviews the decrees by category, discussing some historical aspects and proposing some improvements to the texts. It is designed to be read with the translations of these inscriptions published on AIO.

AIO Papers 1

S. D. Lambert - Notes on Inscriptions of the Marathonian Tetrapolis

This paper accompanies the publication on AIO of the inscriptions of the Marathonian Tetrapolis and is designed primarily to clarify the texts on which the translations are based. It reviews scholarship on the Tetrapolis’ sacrificial calendar (iv BC), published since my new edition, ZPE 130 (2000), 43-70, and makes some fresh observations. It also reviews the other inscriptions attributable to the Tetrapolis, IG I3 255, IG II2 2933, IG II2 1243, and an unpublished inscription.

eTRAP: Electronic Text Reuse Acquisition Project

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eTRAP: Electronic Text Reuse Acquisition Project
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eTRAP (electronic Text Reuse Acquisition Project) is an Early Career Research Group funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The research group, starting on 1st March 2015, was awarded 1.6 million and runs for four years, supporting four full-time researchers and eight student assistants.

As the name suggests, this interdisciplinary team studies the linguistic and literary phenomenon that is text re-use with a particular focus on historical languages. More specifically, we look at how ancient authors copied, alluded to, paraphrased and translated each other as they spread their knowledge in writing. This early career research group seeks to provide a basic understanding of the historical text re-use methodology (it being distinct from plagiarism), and so to study what defines text re-use, why some people re-use information, how text is re-used and how this practice has changed over history. We’ll be investigating text re-use on big data or, in other words, datasets that, owing to their size, cannot be manually processed. The languages we’ll be working with are Ancient Greek, German, English, Italian and Latin. This research touches upon the fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computational Linguistics, Digital Humanities, Classics, History, Theology and Philology but has also ramifications in Text Visualisation, Manuscript Studies and Bioinformatics, to mention but a few.

American Journal of Archaeology Open Access

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[First posted in AWOL 21 October 2011. Updated 4 May 2015]

American Journal of Archaeology Open Access
The following American Journal of Archaeology published content is freely available electronically immediately upon publication and can be distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License (CC BY-NC). This license allows anyone to reuse, remix, and build upon the content, as long as it is for legal noncommercial purposes; the new work must credit the author, the AJA, and the Archaeological Institute of America.
Book Reviews
Books Received
Online Review Articles
Online Museum Reviews
Online Necrologies
Supplementary Content
Editorials
AIA Awards
Volume Indexes
Additional select print-published content is freely available electronically immediately upon publication and can be distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License (CC BY-NC-ND). This license allows anyone to download the content and share it with others, as long as it is for legal noncommercial purposes; the content cannot be changed in any way, and the AJA and the Archaeological Institute of America must be credited as the rightsholder.

Additional Free Content

Download all AJA content published before 1923. See a full list at www.jstor.org/r/amerjarch.
Read articles online through JSTOR’s Register and Read service. Register and Read does not include access to AJA current content, which runs from 2003 to the present.

Kerma - Mission archéologique suisse au Soudan

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[First posted in AWOL 2 March 2010. Updated 4 May 2015]

Kerma - Mission archéologique suisse au Soudan
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De nos jours encore, la Nubie incarne l'image d'une contrée lointaine et mystérieuse, traversée par le Nil et s'ouvrant sur l'Afrique noire, ses richesses et son exotisme. Bien qu'elle ait longtemps été dépourvue d'écriture, la civilisation nubienne affiche un dynamisme et une originalité remarquables tant sur le plan culturel qu'économique.

Kerma est l'un des sites majeurs de la vallée du Nil. Fouillé par une équipe suisse depuis plus de trente ans, il a livré des vestiges exceptionnels, enfouis dans les ruines de villes antiques, de temples monumentaux et de vastes nécropoles. C'est la capitale du premier royaume de Nubie. Cette région, qui renferme également les plus anciens cimetières du continent, est enfin le lieu de découverte des statues des pharaons noirs.

Still today, Nubia is synonymous with a mysterious and faraway land through which the River Nile runs, a land that leads the way into Sub-Saharan Africa, its riches and its exoticism. While without writing for millennia, Nubian civilisation displays remarkable dynamism and originality, culturally as well as economically.

Kerma is one of the most important sites of the Nile Valley. Under excavation by a Swiss team for more than thirty years, it has revealed exceptional archaeological remains, monumental temples and vast necropoleis buried in the ruins of ancient cities. Kerma is the capital city of the first kingdom of Nubia. The region, which includes the oldest cemeteries of the African continent, also boasts the discovery of statues of the Black Pharaohs.
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Les rapports de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan 

BONNET, C. & collab. 1978. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 26 : 107-134.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1980. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 28 : 31-72.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 96-123.

BONNET, C. & collab. 1999. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 57-86.

BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.

BONNET, C. & collab. 2003. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.

BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2005. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.

BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2007. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.

HONEGGER, M., BONNET, C. & Collab. 2009. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (1), Université de Neuchâtel.
 
 
  
 

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BONNET, C. & collab. 1980. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 28 : 31-72. 
 
BONNET, C.  1982. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.
 
BONNET, C. 1984. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. 
 
 
BONNET, C. 1986. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.
 
BONNET, C. 1988. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in :BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.
 
 
BONNET, C. 1993. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.
 
BONNET, C. 1995. « Kerma : rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1993-1994 et de 1994-1995 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.

BONNET, C. 1997. « Kerma : rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1995-1996 et 1996-1997 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 97-123.  
 
 
 
 
 
BONNET, C. & EL TAYEB MAHMOUD, M. 1991. « Une tombe méroïtique de la ville antique », in :BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41. 
 
 
BONNET, C. & MOHAMMED AHMED S. 1984. « Un bâtiment résidentiel d'époque napatéenne », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. 
 
BONNET, C. & MOHAMMED AHMED, S. 1991. « Un atelier de potiers d'époque napatéenne et quelques tombes chrétiennes », in :BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.
 
BONNET, C. & REINOLD, J. 1993. « Deux rapports de prospection dans le désert oriental », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33. 
CHAIX, L. 1982. « Seconde note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1981 et 1982», in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42. 
 
CHAIX, L. 1984. «  Troisième note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1983 et 1984 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. 
 
 
CHAIX, L. 1986. « Quatrième note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1985 et 1986 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.
 
 
CHAIX, L. 1995. « Kerma : sixième note sur la faune (campagnes 1989-1995) », in :  BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.
CHAIX, L. 1996. « Les bœufs à cornes parallèles : archéologie et ethnographie », Sahara, 8 : 95-97.
CHAIX, L. 1998. « Une tombe inhabituelle à Kerma, Soudan », in : ANREITER, P., BARTOSIEWICZ, L., JEREM, E. & MEID, W., (eds), Man and the animal world. Studies in Archaeozoology, Archaeology, Anthropology and Palaeolinguistics in memoriam Sandor Bökönyi, Archaeolingua, Budapest : 147-155.
CHAIX, L. 1999. « The dogs from Kerma (Sudan) 2700 to 1500 BC », in : BECKER, C., MANHART, H., PETERS, J. & SCHIBLER, J. (Hrsg), Historia Animalium ex Ossibus. Beiträge zu Paläoanatomie, Archäologie, Ägyptologie, Ethnologie und Geschichte der Tiermedizin. Festschrift für Angela von den Driesch zum 65. Geburtstag. Marie Leidorf Verlag, Rahden : 109-126.
CHAIX, L. 2001. « Animals as symbols : the bucrania of the grave KN 24 (Kerma, Northern Sudan) », in : BUITENHUIS, H. & PRUMMEL, W. (eds.), Animals and man in the past. Essays in honour of Dr. A. T. Clason emeritus professor of archaeozoology Rijkuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands. Groningen, ARC Publicatie, 41 : 364-370.
CHAIX, L. 2002. « Omniprésence du cuir à Kerma (Soudan) au IIIe millénaire av. J.-C. », in : AUDOIN-ROUZEAU, F. & BEYRIES S. (dir.), Le travail du cuir de la préhistoire à nos jours. XXIIe Rencontres internationales d'archéologie et d'histoire d'Antibes. Antibes, APDCA : 31-40.
CHAIX, L. 2003. « La découpe de l'agneau : un rite funéraire à Kerma (Soudan) vers 2000 av. J.-C. », Revue Archéologique de Picardie, n.s., 21 : 219-224.
CHAIX, L. 2006. « Bœufs à cornes déformées et béliers à sphéroïde : de l'art rupestre à l'archéozoologie », in : GAUTHIER, Y., LE QUELLEC, J.-L. & SIMONIS, R. (eds), Hic Sunt Leones, mélanges sahariens en l'honneur d'Alfred Muzzolini, Cahiers de l'Association des Amis de l'Art Rupestre Saharien, 10 : 49-54.
CHAIX, L. 2007. « Contribution to the knowledge of the domestic cattle in Africa : the osteometry of the fossil cattle (Bos Taurus L. Linné) from Kerma (Sudan, 2050-1750 BC) », Documenta archaeobiologiae.
 
 
 
 
 
DE PAEPE, P., & BRYSSE, Y. 1986. « Analyse microscopique et chimique de la céramique Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.
 
DE PAEPE, P. 1988. «  Analyse microscopique et chimique de la céramique et inventaire de l'outillage lithique du site de Kerma (Soudan) », inBONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.  
 
FERRERO, N. 1984. « Figurines et modèles en terre mis au jour dans la ville de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42.
 
GRATIEN, B. 1991. « Empreintes de sceaux et administration à Kerma (Kerma Classique) », in :  BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.
 
GRATIEN, B. 1993. « Nouvelles empreintes de sceaux à Kerma : Aperçus sur l'administration de Kouch au milieu du 2e millénaire av. J.-C. », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.  
 
HONEGGER, M. 1995. « Kerma : note sur la reprise des fouilles de l'agglomération Pré-Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.
 
 
HONEGGER, M. 1999. « Les occupations néolithiques et Pré-Kerma de la nécropole orientale », in : BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 77-82.
HONEGGER, M. 2001. « Fouilles préhistoriques et prospection dans la région de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.
HONEGGER, M. 2001. « Evolution de la société dans le bassin de Kerma (Soudan) des derniers chasseurs cueilleurs au premier royaume de Nubie », Bulletin de la Société française d'Egyptologie, 152 : 12-27.
HONEGGER, M. 2003. « Exploitation du territoire et habitat dans les sociétés pastorales du Soudan : l’exemple de Kerma entre le 5e et 3e millénaires av. J.-C. ». CAR 95. Genève : 341-352.

HONEGGER, M. 2003. « Peuplement préhistorique dans la région de Kerma », BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.
HONEGGER, M. 2004. « Settlement and cemeteries of the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic at el-Barga (Kerma region) ». Sudan & Nubia 8: 27-32.
HONEGGER, M. 2004. « The Pre-Kerma: a cultural group from Upper Nubia prior to the Kerma civilisation ». Sudan & Nubia 8: 38-46.
HONEGGER, M. 2004. « The Pre-Kerma settlement at Kerma : new elements throw light on the rise of the first nubian kingdom (main paper) », in : KENDALL, T. (ed.), Nubian Studies 1998. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of the International Society for Nubian Studies (Boston, 21-26 august 1998). Boston : 83-94.2004.
HONEGGER, M. 2005. « Construire une chronologie dans la vallée du Nil, l’exemple de Kerma en Nubie ». Dossiers d’Archéologie 306 : 44-53.
HONEGGER, M. 2005. « Kerma et les débuts du Néolithique africain », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MARCOLONGO, B. & SURIAN, N. 1995. « Kerma : les sites archéologiques de Kerma et de Kadruka dans leur contexte géomorphologique », in :BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 97-123 
 
PRIVATI, B. 1982. « Nouveaux éléments pour une classification de la céramique du Kerma Ancien », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.
 
 
PRIVATI, B. 1988. « La céramique de l'établissement pré-Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.  
 

SIMON, C. 1982. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel du Kerma Ancien (Kerma, Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42. 
 
SIMON, C. 1984. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel du Kerma Ancien (Kerma, Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. 
 
SIMON, C. 1986. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel de Kerma (Soudan). Campagne 1984-1986 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45. 
 
SIMON, C. 1988. « Notes anthropologiques sur les restes humains Kerma (Soudan) - Campagnes 1986-1988 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35. 
 
 
SIMON, C. 1991. « Etude anthropologique de squelettes provenant d'une tombe chrétienne de Koya et d'une tombe méroïtique de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.
 
SIMON, C. 1995. « Kerma : quelques résultats de l'étude paléodémographique des squelettes de la nécropole », in :BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.  
 
 
 

Open Access Journal: Journal of Jewish Lore and Philosophy

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Journal of Jewish Lore and Philosophy
 Predecessor to Hebrew Union College Annual, the flagship journal of Hebrew Union College Press and the primary face of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion to the academic world. From its inception in 1924, its goal has been to facilitate the dissemination of cutting-edge scholarship across the spectrum of Jewish Studies, including biblical studies, rabbinics, history, liturgy, literature, philology, law, philosophy, and religion.
1919 (Vol. 1)
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Milestone: Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

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At the beginning of May 2015, AWOL's Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies passed the 1500 title mark. While I make every effort to make sure that all links are working, some come and go, and others fall out of use. If you notice any broken links, please send me a comment. I'll do my best to fix them. Likewise if you know of a title that is missing from the list, please let me know.

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Select Titles from the American Schools of Oriental Research Available Online at HathiTrust

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Select Titles from the American Schools of Oriental Research Available Online at HathiTrust

The American Schools of Oriental Research is pleased to announce that 65 titles are now openly available through the partnership with Google and HathiTrust (@hathitrust on Twitter). The HathiTrust Digital Library is a digital preservation repository and highly functional access platform. It provides long-term preservation and access services for public domain and in copyright content from a variety of sources, including Google, the Internet Archive, Microsoft, and in-house partner institution initiatives.

Our titles are available under a CC-BY-NC-ND license, while a handful of titles are open in the public domain. These titles are available for reading and downloading worldwide in efforts to carry out ASOR’s mission to initiate, encourage and support research into, and public understanding of, the cultures and history of the Near East from the earliest times.

Available titles include: Symposia Celebrating the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1900-1975) by Frank Moore Cross, The Other Side of Jordan by Nelson Glueck, The Role of Human Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East by Alberto Ravinell Whitney Green, and more. For a collection of ASOR’s titles, see below.

ASOR is proud to join the growing number of scholarly publishers and university presses that have opened their publications through HathiTrust.
American Expedition to Idalion, Cyprus., George Ernest Wright, Anita M. Walker, Lawrence E. Stager, and American Schools of Oriental Research. First Preliminary Report: Seasons of 1971 and 1972. Supplement to the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;no. 18, xxx, 178 p. Cambridge, Mass.: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1974.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009047201.
American School of Oriental Research in Baghdad. “Publications of the Bagdad School. Texts.,” no. v. (1927): v.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000528551.
American Schools of Oriental Research. Annual Meeting Program Book. v. S.l.: American Schools of Oriental Research, 0000 uuuu.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005283377.
———. “Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.” BASOR, no. v. (1921): v.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006022442.
American Schools of Oriental Research., American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem., and JSTOR (Organization). “Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.” BASOR, no. v. (1919): v.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000674894.
American Schools of Oriental Research., E. A. Speiser, Millar Burrows, Henry Joel Cadbury, Benjamin Wisner Bacon, Warren Joseph Moulton, Charles Cutler Torrey, and American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem. “The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research.,” no. v. (1920): v.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000524868.
American Theological Library Association., American Schools of Oriental Research., and JSTOR (Organization). “Near Eastern Archaeology.” NEA, no. v. (1998): v.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/003259516.
Birnbaum, Salomo A. The Qumrân (Dead Sea) Scrolls and Palaeography. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.  Supplementary Studies,no. 13-14, 52 p. New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1952.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008567637.
Blakely, Jeffrey A., Kevin G. O’Connell, and Lawrence E. Toombs. The Tell El-Hesi Field Manual. Excavation Reports., v. Cambridge, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1980.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000140418.
Blakely, Jeffrey A., and Joe D. Seger. An ASOR Mosaic: A Centennial History of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1900-2000. American Schools of Oriental Research Mosaic, xxii, 376 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2001.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004231829.
Boling, Robert G., Edward Fay. Campbell, and George Ernest Wright. Essays in Honor of George Ernest Wright. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;no. 220/221, 177 p. Missoula, Mont.: Published by Scholars Press for the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1976.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006014740.
Burrows, Millar, and American Schools of Oriental Research. What Means These Stones?: The Significance of Archeology for Biblical Studies. xvi, 306 p. New Haven, Conn.: The American schools of oriental research, 1941.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001409489.
Campbell, Edward Fay. Shechem III: The Stratigraphy and Architecture of Shechem/Tell Balâṭah. Shechem Three, 2 v. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2002.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004251954.
Charlesworth, James H., and George. Zervos. The New Discoveries in St. Catherine’s Monastery: A Preliminary Report on the Manuscripts. Monograph Series ;no. 3, xv, 45 p. Cambridge, MA : Winona Lake, IN: American Schools of Oriental Research ; Distributed by Eisenbrauns, 1981.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000242775.
Cohen, Susan., and Yosef. Garfinkel. The Middle Bronze Age IIA Cemetery at Gesher: Final Report. The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;v. 62, xvii, 149 p. Boston MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2007.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008565459.
Cross, Frank Moore. Symposia Celebrating the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1900-1975). Occasional Publications - Zion Research Foundation ; v. 1-2. Cambridge, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1979.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000031769.
Darnell, John Coleman., and Meredith S. Chesson. Results of the 2001 Kerak Plateau Early Bronze Age Survey. The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;v. 59, 124 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2005.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006040906.
Detweiler, A. Henry. Manual of Archaeological Surveying. American Schools of Oriental Research. Publications of the Jerusalem School. Archaeology, v.2, x, 133 p. New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1948.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007124164.
Freedman, David Noel, Edward Fay Campbell, and George Ernest Wright. The Biblical Archaeologist Reader. 2 v. Missoula, Mont.: American Schools of Oriental Research : distributed by Scholars Press, 1975.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007551123.
Fritsch, Charles T., and Glanville Downey. Studies in the History of Caesarea Maritima. The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima ;v. 1, 122 p. Missoula, Mont.: Published by Scholars Press for the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1975.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/003496578.
Glueck, Nelson. Explorations in Eastern Palestine, III. The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, v. 18-19 for 1937-1939, xxiv, 288 p. New Haven: The American Schools of Oriental Research, 1939.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007153889.
Glueck, Nelson, and American Schools of Oriental Research. The Other Side of the Jordan. xvii, 208 p. New Haven, Conn.: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1940.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001242461.
Govaars, Marylinda., L. Michael. White, and Marie. Spiro. Field O: The “Synagogue” Site. Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima Excavation Reports ;v. 9, xviii, 287 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2009.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006881139.
Graf, David Frank., and David Noel Freedman. Palestine in Transition: The Emergence of Ancient Israel. The Social World of Biblical Antiquity Series ;2, ix, 108 p. Sheffield, England: Published in association with the American Schools of Oriental Research by the Almond Press, 1983.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004735337.
Grant, Elihu, and William Foxwell Albright. The Haverford Symposium on Archaeology and the Bible. Biblical and Kindred Studies, No. 6, Haverford College, 5 l., 245 p. New Haven, Conn.: American schools of oriental research, 1938.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005766436.

Grant, Elihu, and Ephraim Avidgdor Speiser. Beth Shemesh, 1928 [by] Elihu Grant. Preliminary Excavations at Tepe Gawra [by] Ephraim A. Speiser. Preliminary Excavations at Tepe Gawra, 94 p. New Haven: Published by the American Schools of Oriental Research under the Jane Dows Nies Publication Fund, 1929.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006040903.
Green, Alberto Ravinell Whitney. The Role of Human Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East. Dissertation Series ; No. 1, xvi, 383 p. Missoula, Mont.: Published by Scholars Press for the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1975.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000684208.
Herscher, Ellen., George Robert Rapp, and Stuart. Swiny. Sotira Kaminoudhia: An Early Bronze Age Site in Cyprus. Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute Monograph Series ;v. 4, xxviii, 600 p., [2] folded leaves of plates. Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2003.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004313290.
Joint Expedition of the Baghdad School, the University Museum, and Dropsie College, Arthur John Tobler, and E. A. Speiser. Excavations at Tepe Gawra. American School of Oriental Research in Baghdad. Publications of the Baghdad School. Excavations, 2 v. Philadelphia: Published for the American Schools of Oriental Research by University of Pennsylvania Press, 1935–1950.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001241491.
King, Philip J. American Archaeology in the Mideast: A History of the American Schools of Oriental Research. xiv, 291 p. Philadelphia: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1983.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006041291.
Kraeling, Carl H., American Schools of Oriental Research, British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem., and Yale University. Gerasa, City of the Decapolis; an Account Embodying the Record of a Joint Excavation Conducted by Yale University and the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem (1928-1930), and Yale University and the American Schools of Oriental Research (1930-1931, 1933-1934). xxxii, 616 p. New Haven, Conn.: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1938.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001242330.
Lapp, Nancy L. Preliminary Excavation Reports and Other Archaeological Investigations: Tell Qarqur, Iron I Sites in the North-Central Highlands of Palestine. Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;v. 56, 218 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2003.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006040905.
Lapp, Nancy L., and Edward Fay. Campbell. Shechem IV: The Persian-Hellenistic Pottery of Shechem/Tell Balâṭah. Shechem Four, xiv, 337 p. Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2008.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006815103.
Lapp, Paul W. Palestinian Ceramic Chronology. 231 p. New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1961.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007479587.
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Levine, Lee I., and Jewish Theological Seminary of America. The Synagogue in Late Antiquity. xiii, 218 p. Philadelphia, Pa.: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1987.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000843542.
MacDonald, Burton. The Tafila-Busayra Archaeological Survey 1999-2001, West-Central Jordan. American Schools of Oriental Research Archaeological Reports ;no. 08, xvi, 435 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2004.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005411693.
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Matthews, Victor Harold., Douglas R. Clark, and American Schools of Oriental Research. One Hundred Years of American Archaeology in the Middle East: Proceedings of the American Schools of Oriental Research Centennial Celebration, Washington DC, April 2000. 100 Years of American Archaeology in the Middle East, xvii, 448 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2003.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004741886.
McCollough, C. Thomas., Douglas R. Edwards, and Eric M. Meyers. The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity, Class and the “Other” in Antiquity: Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers. Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research ;v. 60/61, xiii, 416 p. Boston, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2007.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005572982.
McCown, Chester Charlton, William Frederic Badè, Joseph. Wampler, American Schools of Oriental Research., and Calif.) Pacific School of Religion (Berkeley. Tell En-Nasbeh Excavated under the Direction of the Late William Frederic Badè. 2 v. Berkeley Calif.: The Palestine Institute of Pacific School of Religion and The American Schools of Oriental Research, 1947.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001242444.
Meyers, Eric M., Gabriela. Bijovsky, and Carol L. Meyers. Excavations at Ancient Nabratein: Synagogue and Environs. Meiron Excavation Project ;v. 6, xx, 470 p. Winona Lake, Ind.: Published for the American Schools of Oriental Research by Eisenbrauns, 2009.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006874738.
Moore, Charlotte B., and Cambridge Archaeology Seminar. Reconstructing Complex Societies: An Archaeological Colloquium Organized for the Cambridge Archaeology Seminar by Miranda C. Marvin, Lawrence E. Stager, Anita M. Walker. Supplement to the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research ; No. 20, x, 170 p. Cambridge, Mass.: American Schools of Oriental Research], 1974.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007106588.
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Neugebauer, O., Albrecht Götze, Abraham Joseph Sachs, and American Schools of Oriental Research. Mathematical Cuneiform Texts. American Oriental Series.v. 29, x, 177 p. New Haven, Conn.: Pub. jointly by the American Oriental society and the American schools of Oriental research, 1945.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000167366.
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Parker, S. Thomas. Romans and Saracens: A History of the Arabian Frontier. Dissertation Series / American Schools of Oriental Research ;no. 6, xiii, 247 p. Philadelphia, Pa. : Winona Lake, IN: American Schools of Oriental Research ; Distributed by Eisenbrauns, 1986.http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/002897922.
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Open Access Journal: Sasanika Newsletter

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Sasanika Newsletter

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Newsletter 7 – February 2014

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sasanika Newsletters > Newsletter 7  February 2014 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 7 In This Issue New & Improved Sasanika New Sasanika Team Members Sasanika Lectures at UCI New Publications A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us!   New & Improved Sasanika It is ... READ MORE

Newsletter 6 – June 2012

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DSCF1663-smNewsletters > Newsletter 6 June 2012 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 6 In This Issue Religion, Cosmology & Empire Late Antique Iran Lecture New Publications e-Sasanika Series Obituary A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us! Religion, Cosmology and Empire ... READ MORE

Newsletter 5 – September 2011

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coinNewsletters > Newsletter 5 September 2011 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 5 In This Issue Sasanian Numismatics Sasanian & World Histor The Other Great Empire Kingship, Rel. & Coinage New Publications e-Sasanika Series Obituary Photos to Share A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. Rika Gyselen: Sasanian Numismatics & History On February 15, 2011, Dr. Rika ... READ MORE

Newsletter 4 – December 2010

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sasanikaNewsletters > Newsletter 4 December 2010 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 4 In This Issue New Website Roshan Grant Sasanika Workshop ISIS in LA Lecture Series New Publications Obituary A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects require funding. We are planning major changes in the website and inclusion of further information and research about the Sasanian Empire. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us! New and Improved Website During ... READ MORE

Newsletter 3 – December 2009

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DSCF1663-smNewsletters > Newsletter 3 December 2009 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 3 In This Issue MESA 2009 Travel to the Republic of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan: Historical Survey New Publications A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects requires funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. MESA 2009 In November 2009 there were four panels dedicated to the Sasanian Iran. The speakers were brought together by Professor Parvaneh Pourshariati of ... READ MORE

Newsletter 2 – December 2008

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CeretiNewsletters > Newsletter 1 December 2008 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 2 In This Issue Lectures Travelogue New Publications Obituary Fundraising A Word from the Editor Sasanika is dedicated to the promotion of research and study on the history of the Sasanian dynasty. It is the aim of Sasanika: Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of late antique and world history. Although most of our team members volunteer their time to maintain the site, the production of high-quality articles and the support of research projects requires funding. It is through the generosity of Sasanian enthusiasts and those interested in the history of pre-Islamic Iran that Sasanika thrives. Please consider joining us. Dr. Carlo G. Cereti in California State University, Fullerton On November 1, 2008, California State University at Fullerton hosted the second installment of the Rastegar Family Iraj Afshar Iranica ... READ MORE

Newsletter 1 – June 2008

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kerdirNewsletters > Newsletter 1 June 2008 - Sasanika Newsletter No. 1 In This Issue Sasanika's Mission Our New Look e-Sasanika Programs & Events Joint Project Sasanika's Mission One of the most remarkable civilizations of the first millennium CE was that of the Sasanian Empire. Emanating from southern Iran's Persis (Fars) region in the third century AD, the Sasanian domain eventually encompassed not only modern day Iran and Iraq, but also the greater parts of Central Asia and the Near East, including at times the regions corresponding to present-day Israel, Turkey, and Egypt. This geographically diverse empire brought together a striking array of ethnicities and religious practices. Arameans, Arabs, Armenians, Persians, Romans, Goths as well as a host of other peoples all lived under the Sasanian rule. It is the aim of Sasanika: the Late Antique Near East Project to bring to light the importance of the Sasanian civilization in the context of world and late ... READ MORE

Coming Soon / Call for Papers: The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA)

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The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA)
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The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA) is an open-access, peer- reviewed journal. The aims of this publication are to be a global reference point in archaeology, as well as to serve as an international forum for the exchange of excellent scholarship in an atmosphere of constructive dialogue and inclusivity. Ultimately we aim to enhance the academic experience, scholarly presence, and recognition of students worldwide.

IJSRA accepts papers addressing any topic and temporal sequence of archaeological interest. Research may be based in any geographical area, engage with any methodological and theoretical framework, and include integrative insights and evidence from any discipline. IJSRA encourages submissions of:

• Research articles that may include previously unpublished, unanalyzed material or experimental approaches. Should include an abstract and keywords as well as assessment of the contribution that this new evidence and its context provide to current academic debate. 3,000-5,000 words.

• Literature reviews and academic essays that present a relatively original perspective and ideally a comparative approach to the interpretation of already-published evidence and its contexts. Limited to 3,000 words and an abstract.

• ‘Debate’ articles based on unpublished or published evidence and that may challenge traditional, long-established academic perspectives. This sort of submission aims to “disrupt” scholarly narratives, foster further debate, and demonstrate student creativity and innovation in the search for alternative interpretations. Limited to 3,500 words.

• Condensed field reports or monographs. May include ethnoarchaeology, experimental archaeology, survey, excavation, etc. Limited to 1,500-2,000 words.

The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology does not charge any submission or publication fees. All submissions should be full papers written in English, including an abstract and five to seven key-words in both English and another field-relevant language (if applicable). Assistance with academic English of publishable articles will be provided upon request. When submitting, authors should include their name, degree/major, and academic institution in the body of the email. Authors must also be sure that the content of their original research papers has not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere (although presentation in poster format and at conferences is acceptable). The manuscript, submitted as a Word document, should be adapted to the Harvard citation system (author, date: page) ideally before submission but certainly before publication.

The deadline for submissions for the first issue is September 1, 2015. E-mail for Submission: editor.ijsra@gmail.com. IJSRA welcomes abstracts beforehand or inquiries about content categories. Undergraduate and Masters students are especially welcome to submit.

Correspondence, further information, and other queries should be addressed to: Gonzalo Linares Matás, Executive Editor. BA Archaeology and Anthropology, St. Hugh’s College, University of Oxford: gonzalo.linaresmatas@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk

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