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Open Access Journal: PAST: Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society

[First posted in AWOL   8 April 2012, updated 17 July 2015]

PAST: Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society
The Prehistoric Society's interests are world wide and extend from the earliest human origins to the emergence of written records. The Society promotes prehistoric research; facilitates access to the results of this research; and recognises excellence, through its Awards and Grants. It also acts as an important advocate for prehistoric archaeology.

An active programme of events– lectures, study tours, day- and weekend conferences, and research weekends – allows members to participate fully in the Society and to meet other members and interested parties. The study excursions are lead by professionals and those conducting recent research in the area – they provide an opportunity to engage with the sites and their researchers. Day visits and short study tours are also a part of a wide and diverse programme.

The Society produces three publications: the annual peer-reviewed journal, the Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (PPS); the topical newsletter, PAST, which is published in April, July and November; and the Research Papers monograph series. In addition, the Society publishes on-line book reviews...
Recent issues online include:

Open Access Journal:Papyrus (Dansk Ægyptologisk Selskab)

[First posted in AWOL 8 June 2010. Updated 18 July 2015]

Papyrus (Dansk Ægyptologisk Selskab)
ISSN 0903-4714

Arkiv:16,1 | 16,2 | 17,1 | 17,2 | 18,1 | 18,2 | 19,1 | 19,2 | 20,1 | 20,2 | 21,1 | 21,2 | 22,1 | 22,2 | 23,1 | 23,2 | 04/01 | 04/02 | 05/1 | 05/2 | 06/1 | 06/2 | 07/1 | 07/2 | 28/1 2008 | 28/2 2008 |29/1 2009  | 29/2 2009 |30/1 2010 | 30/2 2010 | 31/1 2011 | 31/2 2011 | 32/1 2012 | 32/2 2012 | 33/1 2013     
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05/1 | 05/2 | 06/1 | 06-2 | 07-1 | 07-2 | 28/1 2008 | 28/2 2008 | 29/1 2009
Komplet indeks over artikler

Newly Open Access Journal: Études et Travaux

Études et Travaux
p-ISSN: 0079-3566 (until 2010), 2084-6762 (from 2011)
e-ISSN: 2449-9579 
Institut des Cultures Méditerranéennes et Orientales de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences = Studia i Prace / Instytut Kultur Śródziemnomorskich i Orientalnych Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Études et Travaux (commonly abbreviated EtudTrav ) deals with archaeology of the ancient and early medieval cultures of the Mediterranean Basin, Near East and North Africa. We invite every scholar willing to share results of her/his studies on the research field to contribute our journal. Études et Travaux is a scholarly annual of the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and is indexed by the European Reference Index for Humanities (ERIH , ERIH PLUS ). The journal is edited primarily in a print version, with black and white illustrations only. However , from volume XXVII on , an electronic version with colour photos will be published alongside the printed one . 

No. XXVII - 2014
No. XXVI - 2013

University of Michigan Library Papyrology: Online Exhibits

Getty Publications Virtual Library: Free digital backlist titles from the Getty Publications Archives: Antiquities

 [First potes in AWOL 21 January 2014, updated 18 July 2015]

Getty Publications Virtual Library
Free digital backlist titles from the Getty Publications Archives
Getty Publications produces award-winning titles that result from or complement the work of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Research Institute. This wide variety of books covers the fields of art, photography, archaeology, architecture, conservation, and the humanities for both the general public and specialists. Publications include illustrated works on artists and art history, exhibition catalogues, works on cultural history, research on the conservation of materials and archaeological sites, scholarly monographs, critical editions of translated works, comprehensive studies of the Getty's collections, and educational books on art to interest children of all ages.
Subject: Antiquities

Cult Statue of a Goddess: Summary of Proceedings from a Workshop Held at The Getty Villa, May 9, 2007
Antiquity and Photography: Early Views of Ancient Mediterranean Sites
Greek Vases in The J. Paul Getty Museum: Volume 3 (OPA 2)
Cyprus Before the Bronze Age: Art of the Chalcolithic Period
Ancient & Historic Metals: Conservation and Scientific Research
The Restoration of Ancient Bronzes: Naples and Beyond
  • The Restoration of Ancient Bronzes: Naples and Beyond

  • Edited by Erik Risser and David Saunders, with contributions by Andrea Milanese, Carol C. Mattusch, Luigia Melillo, Salvatore Siano, Sophie Descamps-Lequime, BenoÓt Mille, Dominique Robcis, Nathalie Balcar, Uwe Peltz, Se·n Hemingway, Sarah McGregor, Dylan Smith, Luisa Fucito
  • 2013

Chalcolithic Cyprus
The J. Paul Getty Museum Guidebook
Ancient Herbs in the J. Paul Getty Museum Gardens
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 4
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 5
The Colors of Clay: Special Techniques in Athenian Vases
The Lansdowne Herakles
Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum:  Volume 5 (OPA 7)
Alexandria and Alexandrianism
  • Alexandria and Alexandrianism

  • John Walsh, Thomas F. Reese, Peter Green, Henri Riad, Diana Delia, Gunter Grimm, Lilly Kahil, Heinrich von Staden, Judith McKenzie, John Onians, W. A. Daszewski, Klaus Parlasca, Michael Pfrommer, Robert Steven Bianchi, R. R. R. Smith, Bernard V. Bothmer, Andrew Stewart, Arielle P. Kozloff, G. W. Bowersock, Abraham L. Udovitch, Mohamed Ghoneim
  • 1996

The Victorious Youth
Greek Vases: Molly and Walter Bareiss Collection
Greek Gold from Hellenistic Egypt
Small Bronze Sculpture from the Ancient World
Gardens of the Roman World
The Conservation of Archaeological Sites in the Mediterranean Region
Masterpieces of the J. Paul Getty Museum: Antiquities
History of Restoration of Ancient Stone Sculptures
Palace Sculptures of Abomey: History Told on Walls
The Bronze Statue of a Youth
  • Urushi

  • Norman S. Brommelle and Perry Smith, Editors
  • 1988

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 3

Commentaries on Genesis: The Biblical Creation Narratives & Adam and Eve

Commentaries on Genesis: The Biblical Creation Narratives & Adam and Eve
This is a select list of early Christian and Jewish authors who have written important commentaries, which have survived at least in part, on the Genesis creation narratives. Some have written commentaries devoted to the topic (listed next to the author’s name) and some have included their Genesis comments in works devoted to other topics.

Attached to the author is a link to WorldCat.org, where editions of the works are listed, both in the original languages and in translation, along with secondary literature (books and articles). WorldCat also provides a list of libraries that hold each book or article, and it will generate a bibliography in a variety of standard formats. 

This list was compiled with the help of “The Early Church’s Doctrine of Creation” at http://www.earlychurch.org.uk/creation.php. For a more complete list, see the published dissertation by Frank Egleston Robbins, The Hexaemeral Literature: A Study of the Greek and Latin Commentaries on Genesis (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1912), pages 93-104, which is now available in paperback by BiblioLife.  




BASIL OF CAESAREA (Basil the Great).Hexaemeron.

JOHN CHRYSOSTOM.Homilies on Genesis.  


CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA.Commentary on Genesis.  





a) On First Principles;
b) Homilies on Genesis;
c) Commentary on Genesis.

a) Questions and Answers on Genesis;
b) On the Creation of the World;
c) Allegorical Interpretation of Genesis 2 and 3. 

JOHN PHILOPONUS.On the Creation of the World. 

SEVERIAN OF GABALA. Homilies in Hexaemeron.





a) A Refutation of the Manichees;
b) Unfinished Literal Commentary on Genesis;
c) The Literal Meaning of Genesis.
d) See also: Confessions.


Greek Myth Comix

Open Access Journal: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies


Open Access Journal: L’Annuaire du Collège de France

[First posted in AWOL 4 August 2010, updated 20 July 2015]

L’Annuaire du Collège de France
L’Annuaire du Collège de France(Cours et travaux du Collège de France) se fait chaque année le reflet de l’activité scientifique du Collège. Il contient notamment les résumés détaillés de tous les cours et séminaires des professeurs, rédigés par leurs soins. Les professeurs honoraires y présentent leurs activités. On y trouve également les comptes rendus des travaux des laboratoires, instituts et équipes de recherche liés aux différentes chaires, ainsi que des équipes accueillies au Collège ; les résumés des conférences données par des chercheurs et professeurs étrangers invités ; une brève histoire du Collège de France comprenant la succession des chaires depuis le début du XIXe siècle.
Cinq numéros de l'Annuaire sont actuellement disponibles sous forme numérique. Le volume 110 (2009-2010) sera publié début 2015, ainsi qu'un nombre important de volumes antérieurs
And see the other periodicals from the Collège de France

Trismegistos News: TM Editors and TM Networks

TM Editors and TM Networks
Mon Jul 20 17:40:10 CEST 2015
Today I can proudly announce the birth a twin set of new sections in Trismegistos: Editors and Networks.
The TM Editors database<http://www.trismegistos.org/edit/index.php> is the result of a standardisation of all information regarding modern authors and editors of Trismegistos Texts, the Bibliographie Papyrologique (as it is accessible in the Papyrological Navigator), and the Demotistische Literaturübersicht, over 20,000 names in all. A substantial part of this information is due to a collaborative effort of PAPYLIST-members, and we hope that with your continued help we will be able to add further information about the editors, and correct possible mistakes.
The editors database is closely connected to the other new section, TM Networks<http://www.trismegistos.org/network/index.php>. This offers a short introduction to networks, graphic presentations of relations between elements, precisely what a standard database is not good at. There is a growing menu of networks we have produced on the basis of Trismegistos data, from names to editors - and much more to come.
We hope that these new tools will prove useful, and would be happy with feedback about them.
For Trismegistos,
Mark Depauw (Editors) Yanne Broux (Networks)

A Latin Macronizer

A Latin Macronizer
This automatic macronizer lets you quickly mark all the long vowels in a Latin text. The expected accuracy on an average classical text is estimated to be about 98% to 99%. Please review the resulting macrons with a critical eye!
The macronization is performed using a part-of-speech tagger (RFTagger) trained on the Latin Dependency Treebank, and with macrons provided by a customized version of the Morpheus morphological analyzer. An earlier version of this tool was the subject of my bachelor’s thesis in Language Technology, Automatic annotation of Latin vowel length.
Please note that this tool is not designed to perform scansion of poetry. Of course, any text can be macronized, but no metrical analysis is attempted.
Copyright 2015 Johan Winge. Please send comments to johan.winge@gmail.com.

Open Accesss Journal: Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIème siècle

 [First posted in AWOL 30 May 2012, updated 21 July 2015]

Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIème siècle
ISSN electronic edition: 1775-4275
Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle est une revue internationale électronique. Elle s’intéresse à l’ensemble de la culture hellénistique. Les études hellénisitiques ont fait durant les deux dernières décennies des progrès considérables et ont connu d’importants bouleversements. Toute cette importante partie de la littérature, de l’art et de la philosophie est longtemps restée dans l’indifférence des chercheurs et universitaires en raison de son caractère déjà tardif et de sa complexité. La notion même de « période hellénistique » – qui débute au moment de la mort d’Alexandre, en 323 avant J.-C. et s’achève autour de 30 av. J.-C. – est assez récente. C’est pourtant un moment essentiel de l’histoire culturelle à l’articulation entre le monde classique grec et le monde romain, un moment essentiel où, notamment, se mettent en place la critique littéraire et l’approche scientifique des textes dans le cadre de la Bibliothèque du Musée à Alexandrie.

Open Access Journal: Antiquités africaines

[First posted in AWOL 20 May 2012, updated 21 July 2015 (volumes 36-45 added)]

Antiquités africaines
ISSN: 0066-4871
eISSN - 2117-539X 
Créée en 1966 à Aix-en-Provence par le CNRS, Antiquités africaines a pour cadre scientifique la publication d’études historiques et archéologiques sur l’Afrique du Nord, de la Préhistoire à la conquête arabe. La géographie historique côtoie les faits généraux de civilisation, l’organisation administrative et militaire, l’économie, la vie sociale, l’histoire religieuse, etc., thèmes abordés tant à partir des sources littéraires que des témoignages archéologiques (céramique, épigraphie, onomastique, mosaïques, peinture, sculpture, numismatique, architecture, urbanisme…).






Open Access Journal: Pallas: Revue d'études antiques

[First posted in AWOL 17 March 2014, updated 21 July 2015]

Pallas: Revue d'études antiques
ISSN: 0031-0387
Revue interuniversitaire, internationale et quadrimestrielle, Pallas publie en français mais aussi en anglais, en espagnol, italien et allemand, des articles d'enseignants, jeunes chercheurs et doctorants. Les sujets abordés, réunis dans des dossiers thématiques traitent des sciences de l’Antiquité au sens large et intéressent tous les domaines des civilisations grecque et romaine : littérature, linguistique, métrique, histoire, archéologie, iconographie.

Tous les deux ans, Pallas accueille le numéro thématique consacré à la nouvelle question d’histoire ancienne aux concours de l’enseignement du CAPES et de l’Agrégation.

ASOR Archives: Nelson Glueck Collection Index

Dendrochronological Data in Archaeology: A Guide to Good Practice

Dendrochronological Data in Archaeology: A Guide to Good Practice
Peter Brewer, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, USA.Esther Jansma, Cultural Heritage Agencyand Utrecht University, The Netherlands 
VERSION 1.0.0 - 1 JUNE 2015

From Archaeology Data Service / Digital AntiquityGuides to Good Practice
This document serves as a good-practice guide for the collection and archival of dendrochronological data in the context of archaeological and historical research. The guide is aimed at both those creating dendrochronological datasets, and those that commission dendrochronological analyses. This guide does not cover the methods involved in dendrochronological analyses, but focuses on how to describe and archive the data and metadata involved in these analyses. This guide is concerned with best practice for the curation of digital information but does not cover the equally important aspects of the curation of physical samples. However, physical samples are the primary source of information in dendrochronological analyses and should always be managed alongside the digital data wherever possible. This ensures that samples can be re-evaluated where necessary and also re-examined as new analytical techniques are developed.

Teuchos – Zentrum für Handschriften- und Textforschung: Kommentierte Linkliste: Digitalisate griechischer Handschriften

Teuchos – Zentrum für Handschriften- und Textforschung
Das TEUCHOS-Zentrum entwickelt eine weltweit nutzbare elektronische Arbeitsumgebung für die philologische Grundlagenforschung. Insbesondere sollen die Arbeitsabläufe bei der wissenschaftlichen Edition antiker Texte unterstützt werden, die mit der Erschließung der erhaltenen Abschriften aus Spätantike, Mittelalter und Renaissance beginnen. Der Schwerpunkt liegt zunächst im Bereich der Gräzistik.

In der Teuchos-Umgebung werden Forschungsinformationen zu den Textträgern und zur Überlieferungsgeschichte online zusammengeführt sowie forschungsrelevante Text- und Bildmaterialien bereitgestellt. Die Materialien werden strukturiert erfaßt, untereinander verknüpft und für die kooperative Nutzung und Ergänzung zugänglich gemacht. Bei der weitergehenden Bearbeitung entstehen Umschriften, Textrekonstruktionen, Variantenverzeichnisse, Kommentare und Übersetzungen, die online und teilweise auch gedruckt publiziert werden.
Kommentierte Linkliste: Digitalisate griechischer Handschriften – Einzelhandschriften: Aristotelica
  • Berol. Ham. 512
    Berlin, Staatsbibliothek (um 1300)
    Georgios Pachymeres, Philosophia
    (→ Beschreibung bei Teuchos)
  • Cod. 402
    Bern, Burgerbibliothek (vor 1497)
    Theophrast, Metaphysik und naturphilosophische Opuscula; Pseudo-Aristoteles, De Xenophane, de Zenone, de Gorgia, Mirabilium auscultationes, De spiritu, Mechanica, De mundo; Alexander von Aphrodisias, De Fato.
  • Plut. 7.35
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13.–14. Jh.)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält neben patristischen Texten und kleinen naturphilolophischen Traktaten byzantinischer Autoren auch De virtute (f. 75–77) sowie die De anima-Paraphrase des Sophonias (ff. 83v–191v)
  • Plut. 10.21
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. Mitte)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. De anima I (ff. 110–109v)
  • Plut. 28.22
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh.)
    Astrologische Sammelhandschrift mit Auszügen aus den Aristotelischen Problemata (ff. 81–83)
  • Plut. 28.45
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (1445)
  • Plut. 31.14
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (um 1471)
    Poetik, Rhetorik, Rhetorik an Alexander sowie rhetorische Traktate des Hermogenes
  • Plut. 31.37
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (14. Jh. 1. Hälfte)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. logische Texte, darunter die Kategorien (ff. 235–264) und Kommentar des Ammonios (ff. 170–227)
  • Plut. 56.18
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Sammelhandschrift mit Werken des Georgios Gemistos Plethon, enthält u.a. De Virtute (f. 30–34)
  • Plut. 57.33
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 3. Viertel)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. die Aristotelischen Schriften Physiognomica (ff. 80–92v), De Ventis (ff. 100v–101v), De mundo (ff. 123–137v) und De Virtute (ff. 149-152) sowie einen Teil des Ammonios-Kommentars zu Porphyrios, Isagoge
  • Plut. 58.2
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält neben rhetorischen Texten und Exzerpten auch eine Teil von De Mundo (ff. 94–101)
  • Plut. 58.33
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (zw. 1462–1477)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält neben kleineren Texten von Bessarion, Plethon, Barlaam u.a. auch De virtute (ff. 83v–85v)
  • Plut. 59.17
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15 Jh. Mitte – 2. Hälfte)
    Kategorien (ff. 170v–181v) mit Scholien des Georgios Scholarios; Einleitung zur Logik
  • Plut. 60.10
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15 Jh. Ende)
    Rhetorik, Rhetorik an Alexander
  • Plut. 60.14
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Sammelhandschrift mit dichtungstheoretischen Schriften, enthält u.a. Poetik (ff. 1–24v)
  • Plut. 60.16
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. Mitte – 2. Hälfte)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. Poetik (ff. 1–23v)
  • Plut. 60.18
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (1427)
    Rhetorik, Rhetorik an Alexander und weitere rhetorisch-grammatische Texte
  • Plut. 60.19
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Paradoxographische Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. die Aristotelischen Mirabilia (ff. 222v–253v)
  • Plut. 60.21
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (um 1427)
  • Plut. 71.5
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (1480)
    Kategorien (ff. 236–253v) mit vorhergehendem Kommentar des Simplikios; weitere Texte zum Syllogismus
  • Plut. 71.35
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (1290/91)
    Isagoge des Porphyrios, De Interpretatione (ff. 61–76), Kategorien (ff. 118–137); Auszüge aus diversen Kommentaren, u.a. des Michael Psellos (De Int.) und des Ammonios (Kat.)
  • Plut. 72.3
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Organon mit Auszügen aus den Kommentaren des Ammonios, Ioannes Philoponos, Alexander von Aphrodisias sowie anonymen Scholien
  • Plut. 72.4
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh. 2. H. – 14. Jh. 1. Viertel)
    Organon mit Randscholien, Schemata, Interlinearien
  • Plut. 72.5
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (10. Jh. 2. Hälfte, im 13. Jh. ergänzt)
    Organon mit umfangreichen Scholien aus Kommentaren u.a. des David, Elias, Ioannes Philoponos, Ammonios, Leon Magentinos
  • Plut. 72.8
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (16. Jh., Anfang des 5. Jahrzehnts)
    Anonymer Kommentar zu Analytica Posteriora II
  • Plut. 72.10
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh., im 16. Jh. ergänzt)
    Kategorien, Kap. 7 sowie Analytica Priora mit Scholien, Schemata, Interlinearien
  • Plut. 72.12
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh. Ende)
    Organon mit Scholien aus den Kommentaren von Michael Psellos (De Int.) und Ps-Themistios (Analytica Priora)
  • Plut. 72.14
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13 Jh. Ende)
    Sammelhandschrift, enthält u.a. Fragmente der Kategorien (ff. 6v–25v), 35v–53v) und der Kommentare des Ammonios und Elias
  • Plut. 72.15
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh. 2. Hälfte)
    Kategorien, De Interpretatione Analytica Priora I, Sophistici Elenchi
  • Plut. 72.16
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. Mitte – 3. Viertel)
    Kategorien mit Kommentar des Ammonios
  • Plut. 72.17
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (14. Jh., im 16. Jh. ergänzt)
    Kategorien, De Interpretatione
  • Plut. 72.18
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (15. Jh. 1. Hälfte)
    Topik mit Kommentar des Alexander von Aphrodisias; Analytica Posteriora
  • Plut. 72.19
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (14. Jh. Anfang)
    Teile von Analytica Priora I mit Scholien, Schemata, Interlinearien; Kommentar des Ioannes Philoponos
  • Plut. 72.20
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. Jh. Ende – 14. Jh. Anfang)
    Anonymer Kommentar zu Analytica Priora I mit vollständigen Lemmata des Haupttextes; Kommentar des Ioannes Philoponos zu Analytica Priora II mit mit vollständigen Lemmata
  • Plut. 72.22
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (um 1300)
    Teile von Porphyrios, Isagoge und Aristoteles, Kategorien mit Kommentaren des Ammonios
  • Plut. 72.26
    Florenz, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (13. – 14. Jh., im 16. Jh. ergänzt)
    David, Kommentar zu Porphyrios, Isagoge; Aristoteles, Topik I
  • Les. Leim. 58
    Lesbos, Ἱερὰ Μονὴ τοῦ Λειμῶνος (15. Jh.)
    Aristoteles, Phys. bis V 4, 229a4
    (→ Beschreibung bei Teuchos)
  • Monac. graec. 78
    München, BSB (16. Jh. )
    Joseph Rhakendytes, De tentamine, experientia, arte, scientia, in quo et de animae facultatibus
  • Monac. graec. 91
    München, BSB (16. Jh.)
    Alexander von Aphrodisias, Kommentar zu De sensu (von Mikrofilm)
  • Monac. graec. 336
    München, BSB (15. Jh.)
    Aristoteles, Physik I  (von Mikrofilm)
  • Plimpton MS 016
    New York, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library (um 1500)
    Aristoteles, Magna Moralia (nur Spezimina)
  • MA 059
    New York, New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives Division (um 1500)
    Aristoteles, De Virtute (nur Spezimina)
  • Barocci 131
    Oxford, Bodleian Library (Mitte 13. Jh.)
    Sammelhandschrift mit diversen Aristoteles-Exzerpten
  • MS. gr. 15
    Oxford, Magdalen College (13. Jh.)
    Philosophische Sammelhandschrift, u.a. Exzerpte aus Aristotelischen Texten sowie Kommentare des Michael Psellos (u.a. De Interpretatione)
  • Par. gr. 1853
    Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France (10. Jh.)
    Umfassende Sammlung von Aristoteles-Texten: physikalische Pragmatien, kleine naturphilosophische Schriften, Metaphysik, zoologische Traktate, Ethiken
  • Ms. 173
    Princeton, University Library (um 1300)
    Aristoteles, Organon mit Scholien aus Kommentaren von Alexander von Aphrodisias, Ioannes Philoponos, Themistios, Michael Psellos, Leon Magentinos, Nikephoros Gregoras
  • Guelf. Gud. gr. 24
    Wolfenbüttel, Herzog-August-Bibliothek (12. Jh.)
    Aristoteles, Organon
 Kommentierte Linkliste: Digitalisate griechische Handschriften – Einzelhandschriften: sonstige
 Kommentierte Linkliste: Digitalisate griechische Handschriften – Sammlungen

Open Access Journal: CRSN Newsletter (Classical Reception Studies Network)

 [First posted in AWOL 24 July 2012. Updated 22 July 2015]

CRSN Newsletter (Classical Reception Studies Network)
The Classical Reception Studies Network (CRSN) aims to facilitate the exchange of information and to encourage collaboration in the field of classical reception studies by bringing together departments and individuals from across the world. Classical Reception Studies is the inquiry into how and why the texts, images and material cultures of Ancient Greece and Rome have been received, adapted, refigured, used and abused in later times and often other places.
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Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN) News

From Klaus Wagensonner
We are pleased to announce the publication of several new contributions to the Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN) (http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/php/index.php):

CDLN 2015:008
Klaus Wagensonner, A, B, C, … Word List Z

CDLN 2015:009
Emmert Clevenstine, MAH 15886 + 16295, a Rim-Sin Tabular Account in Geneva

CDLN 2015:010
Richard Firth, A note on groups of forged copies of Ur III tablets from Girsu

CDLN 2015:011
Xianhua Wang, Seal Type A on Clay Bullae from the Cornell University Collections

CDLN 2015:012
Armando Bramanti, The Cuneiform Stylus. Some Addenda

CDLN 2015:013
Klaus Wagensonner, A note on a new manuscript of ED Lu2 A and its colophon

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all contributors to CDLN for their support and would like to encourage scholars to contribute to the Notes in future as well.

References and bibliographies:
All bibliographical information is drawn directly from a MySQL database. It is therefore not necessary anymore to send fully formatted bibliographies along with submitted contributions. For all references that are included among the latest available bibliographies on KeiBi Online (<http://vergil.uni-tuebingen.de/keibi/>) it is possible to save references and export them into the BibTeX format and send this document along. A full bibliography was added on CDLN (<http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/php/bibliography.php>), which contains all references used in the various contributions. Clicking on a year leads to the respective contribution(s), where the chosen reference is used. Vice versa, each reference list links back to the full bibliography.

As a test run the “Abbreviations for Assyriology” maintained by CDLI:wiki (<http://cdli.ox.ac.uk/wiki/doku.php?id=abbreviations_for_assyriology>) have been imported into the database as well. By hovering over abbreviations in the bibliographies the full form and additional information is given. Further features such as indices of texts mentioned are in preparation.

We do hope that these changes will increase the efficiency of CDLN and are therefore happy to receive contributions for the next publication of Notes on October 1, 2015.

Submitted contributions are preferably made available as text files or in the RTF format. If the contribution contains tables, word or pages documents may be submitted as well. We would appreciate as few formatting as possible. Please note that in order to aid the editing process, please be so kind to provide all images in separate files and not embed them in the submitted documents.

The CDLN, together with its sister publications Cuneiform Digital Library Bulletin (CDLB; <http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdlb.html>) and Cuneiform Digital Library Journal (CDLJ; <http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdlj.html>), are peer-reviewed publications that offer a persistent web presence under the auspices of the University of California system. As e-journals, the delay between submission and publication is well below that of academic print journals, while the interaction with cuneiform artifacts documented in the CDLI database offers obvious strengths for an interactive discourse. Authors should expect a two to four month interval between submission of a draft text with illustrations and its publication for substantive contributions to the CDLJ, at most two months for those made to the Bulletin, and approximately two weeks for the Notes that are conceived as an online venue for NABU-style communications that can include short philological or lexicographical contributions as well as regular updates of a more substantial nature describing the background or progress of, in particular, web-based research efforts. For submission guidelines including technicalities regarding bibliographical citations etc. please consult the information at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=about-cdln>.

New submissions will appear in preprint status four times a year (January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1; notices of new submissions will be made to this list) and are clearly marked as such. During the preprint period, authors will be able to make small, non-substantive changes (e.g., typographical errors) to their submissions. After two weeks, these submissions are then archived.

Scholars are encouraged to send contributions to the CDLN at <klaus.wagensonner@orinst.ox.ac.uk>.

Jacob L. Dahl and Klaus Wagensonner
University of Oxford

Open Access Journal: Newsletter Archeologia CISA

Newsletter Archeologia CISA
ISSN: 2036-6353
La Newsletter Archeologiaè una rivista online ideata con lo scopo di presentare anno per anno le attività più significative della tradizione di studi archeologici della nostra Università, dall’ Africa (Libia, Egitto, Etiopia), all’Arabia (Yemen e Arabia Saudita), dal Mediterraneo (Grecia, Italia – Campania, Molise, Puglia) alla Cina (Henan, Xinijang) passando per l’Asia Media e Centrale (Iran, Uzbekistan). Di frequente gli articoli assumono un carattere interdisciplinare ed includono ricerche in archeologia (survey e scavi), paleoetnobotanica, palinologia, archeozoologia, geologia, geomorfologia, geoarcheologia, etnoarcheologia e etnostoria così come analisi cartografiche, GIS e telerilevamento. Lo scopo è quello di fornire una breve sintesi sui problemi affrontati ed i risultati finora raggiunti.
Il Centro Interdipartimentale di Servizi per l’Archeologia (CISA) fu fondato nel 1992 presso l’Università degli Studi di Napoli "L’Orientale" (precedentemente Istituto Universitario Orientale, di Napoli) per fornire agli archeologi dell’Università diverse facilitazioni e strumenti di ricerca, come una cartografia archeologica computerizzata multimediale, database e sistemi di classificazione e registrazione dei ritrovamenti archeologici. La ricerca archeologica presso l’UNO è condotta da specialisti del Dipartimento di Studi Classici, di Studi Asiatici e di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi che lavorano in collaborazione con altri centri accademici e scientifici italiani, europei, orientali ed africani.