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Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance

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 [First posted in AWOL 28 January 2013, updated 11 September 2015]

Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance
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Der Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance ist ein interdisziplinäres Forschungsprojekt, das dem zentralen Problemfeld der Renaissance-forschung, der Antikenrezeption, gewidmet ist. Herzstück des Projekts ist die Datenbank, in der die in der Renaissance bekannten antiken Monumente mit den zugehörigen bildlichen und schriftlichen Dokumenten erfasst werden.
Durch Kooperationen mit Forschungsprojekten, die dem Nachleben der Antike in anderen Epochen gewidmet sind, erweitert sich die Datensammlung mittlerweile sowohl um die antiken Denkmäler, die Johann Joachim Winckelmann und seiner Zeit bekannt waren (Corpus Winckelmann), als auch um die Rezeption und Adaption antiker Kunst während des Mittelalters (Corpus Medii Aevi). Aus dem Projekt gehen regelmäßig Publikationen hervor.
 The Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance is an interdisciplinary research project centering on the classical tradition, a focus of Renaissance studies. The core of the project is the database registering antique monuments known in the Renaissance together with the related Renaissance documents in form of texts and images.
The collection of data has been extended by the antique monuments known to Johann Joachim Winckelmann and his contemporaries (Corpus Winckelmann) as well as the reception and adaption of antique art of the Middle Ages (Corpus Medii Aevi) in cooperation with research projects dedicated to the ‘Nachleben’ of Antiquity. The project regularly issues publications.

Latest news

New: Re-design for the start page of the database
With an update on August 26, 2015 the start page of the Census database gets a new design and improved functionalities
Pegasus issue 16.2014 available!
Includes contributions by Michael Waters, Franz Engel, Paul Davies, Andreas Huth, Andreas Raub, Paola Zampa, Timo Strauch, David Hemsoll, Lilla Mátyók, Francesca Mattei and Horst Bredekamp
Coin Exhibition at the Pushkin!
The Pushkin Museum in Moscow shows "Translatio Nummorum. Coins language. Roman Emperors. Roman antiques in the Renaissance period" from 12/12/14 to 08/02/15.
Exhibition opening "... zur göttlichen Frühstückspause"
'Eine Motivwanderung von der Antike bis heute'. Opening on October 23, 2014, 7 p.m., in the atrium of Pergamonpalais, Georgenstraße 47, 10117 Berlin
NEW: "Text on Document" (form. Inscriptions) integrated in Document Search and Viewer
The update of August 13, 2014 now permits searching for document transcriptions in the Document Search mask

Open Access Journal: ANKH : Revue d'Egyptologie et des Civilisations africaines - ANKH, Journal of Egyptology and African Civilisations

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[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Updated 11 September 2015]

ANKH : Revue d'Egyptologie et des Civilisations africaines - ANKH, Journal of Egyptology and African Civilisations
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La revue ANKH se définit comme le trait d'union vivant entre toutes les générations actuelles de l'Afrique qui tentent de connaître et de faire connaître la culture et les civilisations africaines, depuis les temps les plus reculés de l'histoire, selon les sens et les perspectives du travail, immense et précieux, du professeur Cheikh Anta Diop. 

Toutes les problématiques culturelles, égyptologiques, historiques, linguistiques, artistiques, littéraires, sociologiques, économiques, politiques, scientifiques et technologiques, religieuses et philosophiques ont leur place dans la revue ANKH. Exigences méthodologiques, pertinences interdisciplinaires, ouvertures intellectuelles, sont requises pour ce nouvel esprit nécessaire de la liberté créatrice. 

L'hiéroglyphe sacréD, ANKH, signifie la " Vie ". La revue ANKH voudrait, par conséquent, être le symbole dynamique de la créativité de la jeunesse africaine d'aujourd'hui dont les potentialités ne demandent qu'à être mises au service de l'Afrique, pour la survie des peuples africains, dans un monde qui tend à faire fi des valeurs humaines de solidarité et de partage. 

Dans l'Egypte ancienne, le signe D, ANKH, à un autre niveau d'interprétation, symbolise l'être humain en son intégrité sociale, spirituelle et cosmique : l'anse représente la tête (Raison) ; la barre, les bras (lien entre Ciel et Terre) ; le trait vertical, le corps de l'homme entre Ciel et Terre. Ce qui signifie que l'être humain est intrinsèquement lié à tout le Réel et qu'il n'est qu'une vibration vivante et intelligente du cosmos primitif. 

L'ANKH, symbole puissant s'il en est, noue par conséquent l'homme à la terre, au ciel, au système solaire, au cosmos tout entier. La vie humaine fait partie - est une partie - de l'ensemble des manifestations passées, présentes et futures, de l'Univers changeant, et pourtant toujours le même en son immensité infinie. 
 
Outil de travail, de solidarité et d'ouverture, telle est la revue ANKH, au nom d'une idée de l'homme et de son destin.
Théophile Obenga

Open Access Monograph Series: Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization (SAOC)

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Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization (SAOC)
ISSN: 0081-7554
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Open Access Monograph Series: Oriental Institute Publications (OIP)

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Oriental Institute Publications (OIP)
ISSN: 0069-3367




For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:

University of Cambridge School Classics Project

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University of Cambridge School Classics Project
CSCP is a research and development project established in 1966 with funding from the Nuffield Foundation and the Schools Council. Unlike many Classical organisations, we do not charge a membership fee and have no members in the traditional sense, although many Classics teachers have been involved in the creation of our materials and the majority of UK teachers and students of Classics benefit from our work on a regular basis. Over 90% of secondary schools which offer Latin use our Cambridge Latin Course and our website receives over 80,000 visitors every week.
  


Halvo: Datenbank für das Studium der Vorderasiatischen Archäologie

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Halvo: Datenbank für das Studium der Vorderasiatischen Archäologie
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Das halvo-Projekt ist eine studentisch initiierte Datenbank für das Studium der Vorderasiatischen Archäologie. Es ist nicht Ziel diese Datenbank Informationen zu archäologischen Themen möglichst komplett aufzunehmen, sondern vielmehr eine Grundlage für die Recherche innerhalb des Studiums oder für frei Interessierte zu bieten. 
Diese Seite befindet sich immer noch im Aufbau, allerdings ist die Datenbank nun langsam etwas gefüllt, so das man schon nach einigen Beiträgen und Literatur suchen kann. Nach und nach wird diese Seite erweitert werden, sowohl an Einträgen, als auch an Funktionen.

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Literatur
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Open Access Monograph Series: Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

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 [First posted in AWOL 25 April 2010. Updated 13 September 2015]

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

The Original Project

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum is the oldest research project of the Union Académique Internationale.

The first meeting to organise the project was held in Paris in 1919.

Edmond Pottier (1855 -1934) initiated it and produced the first fascicule for the Louvre in 1922.

Pottier's role in developing CVA is the subject of "A corpus of ancient vases"in Revue Archéolgique 2004.

Pottier had become a curator in the Louvre in 1884, two years before all of its ancient pottery was incorporated into the Department of Oriental Antiquities. 

When the Louvre purchased several thousand ancient vases from the Campana Collection it became the largest collection of ancient pottery in the world. Many types were represented, for example Proto-Elamitic pottery which Pottier had been the first to publish in 1912.
Pottier's vision of the types of pottery in CVA was broad - all ancient pottery from Europe, the Mediterranean, the Near East and the Middle East. 


Pottier's vision of publishing every example of so many different types of ancient pottery was ambitious and not easily realised.

In 1956 it was suggested that Greek and related wares only should be published; these now dominate CVA. By 2004 more than 300 fascicules have been published by more than 120 collections in 26 countries.

CVA Online

In 2000 the International Committee of CVA asked the Beazley Archive to prepare a feasibility study for the digitisation of out of print fascicules, approximately 250 for the web. Later that year the Union Académique Internationale formally invited the Beazley Archive to undertake the project. 

In 2001 The Getty Grant Program awarded £75,000 for a three-year project to be carried out in Oxford.

The CVA project, to digitise these fascicules began in 2002 and ended in September 2004. The project is on-going; new fascicules are being published and participating museums have the opportunity to contribute to the on-line database.
Browse
You may look at individual out of print fascicules of CVA page by page or plate by plate. Choose a fascicule from the:
and select 'Browse Text' or 'Browse Plates'.
If a fascicule appears on this list that is still in print please inform info@CVAonline.org.
Search
Simple Search: To find individual vases in a given fascicule, choose the 'Search Pottery' option on the:
Advanced Search: Please use the advanced search facility for searches by fabric, shape and technique across the whole range of CVAs. A much wider range of fields is available for Athenian black- and red-figure pottery.

CVA by country

This list gives the names of Museums and Collections that have contributed to CVA, in alphabetical order by country. Select Browse Text to view text page by page, and Browse Plates to view plates.

Australia

     
AUSTRALIA, The Nicholson Museum, The University of Sydney, (AUSTRALIA 1, pls.1-XX) Notyetavailable
AUSTRALIA, The Nicholson Museum, (AUSTRALIA 2, pls. XXX) Notyetavailable

Austria

VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum i (AUSTRIA 1, pls. 1 - 50) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum ii (AUSTRIA 2, pls. 51 - 100)   Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum iii (AUSTRIA 3, pls. 101 - 150)     Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum iv (AUSTRIA 4, pls. 151 - 200)         Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Belgium

     
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire i (BELGIUM 1, pls. 1 - 48)
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire ii (BELGIUM 2, pls. 49 - 96)    Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire iii (BELGIUM 3, pls. 97 - 151) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Canada

     
TORONTO, Royal Ontario Museum i (CANADA 1, pls. 1 - 42) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Cyprus

     
CYPRUS, Cyprus Museum and Larnaca District Museum i (CYPRUS 1, pls.1-40) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CYPRUS, Private Collections i (CYPRUS 2, pls. 41 - 82) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Czech Republic 

     
PRAGUE, Université Charles i (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1, pls. 1 - 50, unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PRAGUE, Musée National i (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2, pls. 51 - 100) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PRAGUE, Université Charles ii (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PILSEN, Musée de la Boheme de l'Ouest (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 4) Notyetavailable

Denmark

     
COPENHAGEN, Musée National i (DENMARK1, pls 1 - 49)
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COPENHAGEN, Musée National ii (DENMARK 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National iii (DENMARK 3, pls. 99 - 146) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery


COPENHAGEN, Musée National iv (DENMARK 4, pls. 147 - 195) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National v (DENMARK 5, pls. 196 - 235) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National vi (DENMARK 6, pls 236 - 275) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National vii (DENMARK 7, pls. 276 - 315) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National viii (DENMARK 8, pls. 316 - 362) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Thorvaldsens Museum (DENMARK 9, pls 363-452) Notyetavailable

Finland

 
FINLAND, Finland 1 Notyetavailable

France

 
PARIS, Musée du Louvre i (FRANCE 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre ii (FRANCE 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COMPIÈGNE, Musée de Compiègne, (Musée Vivenel) i (FRANCE 3, pls. 99 - 131) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre iii (FRANCE 4, pls. 132 - 180) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre iv (FRANCE 5, pls. 181 - 229) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MOURET Collection, Fouilles d'Ensérune (FRANCE 6, pls. 230 - 284). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Bibliothèque Nationale, Cabinet des Médailles i (FRANCE 7, pls. 285 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre v (FRANCE 8, pls. 333 - 384) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre vi (FRANCE 9, pls. 385 - 434) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Bibliothèque Nationale, Cabinet des Médailles ii (FRANCE 10, pls. 435 - 482) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre vii (FRANCE 11) Index analytique: Louvre i - vi Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre viii (FRANCE 12, pls. 483 - 529) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SÈVRES, Musée National (FRANCE 13, pls. 530 - 592) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre ix (FRANCE 14, pls. 593 - 640) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Palais des Beaux - Arts, Collection Dutuit (FRANCE 15, pls. 641 - 688) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée National Rodin (FRANCE 16, pls. 689 - 728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre x (FRANCE 17, pls. 729 - 776) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xi (FRANCE 18, pls. 777 - 824) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xii (FRANCE 19, pls. 825 - 872) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LAON, Musée de Laon i (FRANCE 20, pls. 873 - 924) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xiii (FRANCE 21, pls. 925 - 972) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xiv (FRANCE 22) Index Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xv (FRANCE 23, pls. 973 - 1019) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LIMOGES and VANNES, Musée Adrien Dubouché (FRANCE 24, pls. 1020 - 1067) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xvi (FRANCE 25, pls. 1068 - 1123) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xvii (FRANCE 26, pls. 1124 - 1179) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xviii (FRANCE 27, pls. 1180 - 1227) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xix (FRANCE 28, pls. 1228 - 1283) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RENNES, Musée des Beaux - Arts et d'Archéologie (FRANCE 29, pls. 1284 - 335) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOURS and BOURGES (FRANCE 30, pls. 1337 - 1388) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xx (FRANCE 31, pls. 1389 - 1432) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxi (FRANCE 32) Index: Louvre xv - xx Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxii (FRANCE 33, pls. 1433-1488) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxiii (FRANCE 34, pls. 1489 - 1532) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxiv (FRANCE 35, pls. 1533 - 1572) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NANTES, Musée Dobrée (FRANCE 36, pls. 1573 - 1624) Notyetavailable
ENSERUNE, Musée National (FRANCE 37) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxv (FRANCE 38) Browse Text|   | Search Pottery

Germany

     
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum i (GERMANY 1, pls. 1 - 46) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium i (GERMANY 2, pls. 47 - 94) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst i (GERMANY 3, pls. 95 - 146). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRAUNSCHWEIG, Herzog Anton Ulrich - Museum (GERMANY 4, pls. 147 - 194) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA i, Universität und Professor Franz v. Matsch (GERMANY 5, pls. 195 - 248) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst ii (GERMANY 6, pls. 249 - 298) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum i (GERMANY 7, pls. 299 - 340) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum ii (GERMANY 8, pls. 341 - 384) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst iii (GERMANY 9, pls. 385 - 434) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität i (GERMANY 10, pls. 435 - 478) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADOLPHSECK, Schloss Fasanerie i (GERMANY 11, pls. 479 - 530) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst iv (GERMANY 12, pls. 531 - 586) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MANNHEIM, Reiss - Museum i (GERMANY 13, pls. 587 - 640) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIPZIG, Archäologisches Institut der Universität i (GERMANY 14, pls. 641 - 693) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Universität i (GERMANY 15, pls. 694 - 741) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADOLPHSECK, Schloss Fasanerie ii (GERMANY 16, pls. 742 - 785) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum i (GERMANY 17, pls. 786 -827) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum ii (GERMANY 18, pls. 828 - 876) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum iii (GERMANY 19, pls. 877 - 923) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst v (GERMANY 20, pls. 924 - 977) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium ii (GERMANY 21, pls. 978 - 1029) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium iii (GERMANY 22, pls. 1030 - 1079) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität ii (GERMANY 23, pls. 1080 - 1124) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTHA, Schlossmuseum i (GERMANY 24, pls. 1125 - 172) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN i (GERMANY 25, pls. 1173 - 1212) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STUTTGART, Württembergisches Landesmuseum i (GERMANY 26, pls. 1213 - 1283) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität iii (GERMANY 27, pls. 1284 - 1331) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst vi (GERMANY 28, pls. 1332 - 1379) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTHA, Schlossmuseum ii (GERMANY 29, pls. 1380 - 1431) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN ii (GERMANY 30, pls. 1432 - 1476) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität iv (GERMANY 31, pls. 1477 - 1524) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst vii (GERMANY 32, pls. 1781 - 1848) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium iv (GERMANY 33, Pls. 1577 - 1632) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HANNOVER, Kestner - Museum i (GERMANY 34, pls. 1633 - 1680) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KASSEL, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen i (GERMANY 35, pls. 1681 - 1728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität i (GERMANY 36, pls. 1729 - 1780) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen viii (GERMANY 37, pls. 1781 - 1848) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KASSEL, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen ii (GERMANY 38, pls. 1849 - 1892) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum i (GERMANY 39, pls. 1883 - 1926) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum ii (GERMANY 40, pls. 1927 - 1966) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HAMBURG, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe i (GERMANY 41, pls. 1976 - 2014) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Römisch - Germanisches Zentralmuseum i (GERMANY 42, pls. 2015 - 2057) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Römisch - Germanisches Zentralmuseum ii (GERMANY 43, pls. 2058 - 2101) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität ii (GERMANY 44, pls. 2102 - 2145) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum - ehemals Antiquarium v (GERMANY 45, pls. 2146 - 2201) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum ii (GERMANY 46, pls. 2202 - 2245) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität iii (GERMANY 47, pls. 2246 - 2297) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen ix (GERMANY 48, pls. 2298 - 2365) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NORDRHEIN - WESTFALEN i (GERMANY 49, pls. 2366 - 2413) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN iii (GERMANY 50, pls. 2414 - 2465) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum iii (GERMANY 51, pls, 2466 - 2517) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität iv (GERMANY 52, pls. 2518 - 2569) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum vi (GERMANY 53, pls. 2570 - 2617) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität v (GERMANY 54, pls. 2618 - 2665) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KIEL, Kunsthalle, Antikensammlung i (GERMANY 55, pls. 2666 - 2721) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen x (GERMANY 56, pls. 2722 - 2769) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xi (GERMANY 57, pls. 2770 - 2833) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTTINGEN, Archäologisches Institut i (GERMANY 58, pls.2834 - 2881) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum iii (GERMANY 59, pls.2882 - 2945) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum iii (GERMANY 60, pls. 2946 - 2993) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum vii (GERMANY 61, pls. 2994 - 3041) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum viii (GERMANY 62, pls. 3042 - 3089) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Universität ii (GERMANY 63, pls. 3090 - 3141) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KIEL, Kunsthalle, Antikensammlung ii (GERMANY 64, pls. 3142 - 3193) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xii (GERMANY 65, pls. 3194 - 3245) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Universität & Liebieghaus (GERMANY 66, pls. 3246 - 3313) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ERLANGEN, Antikensammlung der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität i (GER 67, pls. 3314 - 3361) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität vi (GERMANY 68, pls. 3362 3417) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität vii (GERMANY 69, pls. 3418 - 3477) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GIESSEN, Antikensammlung der Universität i (GERMANY 70, pls. 3478-3525) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WURZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum vi (GERMANY 71, pls. 3526-3580) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HANNOVER, Kestner - Museum ii (GERMANY 72, pls. 3581-3643) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTTINGEN, Archäologisches Institut ii (GERMANY 73, pls. 3644-3690) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung ix (GERMANY 74, pls. 3691-3750) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MANNHEIM, Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen (Ehemals Reiss-Museum) ii GERMANY 75, pls. 3751-3806) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
DRESDEN, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen - Skulpturensammlung (GERMANY 76, pls. 3807-3860) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xiii (GERMANY 77, pls. 3861-3940) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xiv (GERMANY 78, pls. 3941-4012) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOCHUM, Kunstsammlungen der Ruhr-Universitat i (GERMANY 79, pls. 4013-4071) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIPZIG, Antikenmuseum der Universitat iii (GERMANY 80, pls. 4072-4152) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOCHUM, Kunstsammlungen der Ruhr-Universitat ii (GERMANY 81, pls. 4153-4228) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOCHUM, Kunstsammlungen der Ruhr-Universitat iii (GERMANY 82, pls. 4229-4299) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTTINGEN, Archaologisches Institut der Universitat iii (GERMANY 83, pls. 4300-4385) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ERLANGEN, Antikensammlung der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität ii (GER 84, pls. 4386-4444) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung x (GERMANY 85, pls. 4445-4500) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung xi (GERMANY 86, pls. 4501-4580) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xv (GERMANY 87, pls. 4581-4665) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xvi (GERMANY 88, pls. 4666-4729) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung xii (GERMANY 89, pls. 4730-4777) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
JENA, Sammlung Antiker Kleinkunst der Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat i (GER 90, pls. 4778-4843) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HAMBURG, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe ii (GERMANY 91, pls. 4844-4926) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTTINGEN, Archaologisches Institut der Universitat iv (GERMANY 92, pls. 4927-4993) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung xiii (GERMANY 93, pls. 4994-5056) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung xiv (GERMANY 94, pls. 5057-5116) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung xv (GERMANY 95, pls. 5117-5195) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

German Democratic Republic

     
SCHWERIN, Staatliches Museum i (GDR 1, pls. 1 - 61) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIPZIG, Antikenmuseum der Universität ii (GDR 2, pls. 62 - 11) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung (Pergamonmuseum) i (GDR 3, pls. 112 - 164) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Great Britain

     
LONDON, British Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 1, pls. 1 - 44) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 2, pls. 45 - 92) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 3, pls. 93 - 142) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum iii (GREAT BRITAIN 4, pls. 143 - 190) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum iv (GREAT BRITAIN 5, pls. 191 - 238 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAMBRIDGE, Fitzwilliam Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 6, pls. 239) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum v (GREAT BRITAIN 7, pls. 285 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum vi (GREAT BRITAIN 8, pls. 333 - 380) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 9, pls. 381 - 431) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum vii (GREAT BRITAIN 10, pls. 432 - 479) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAMBRIDGE, Fitzwilliam Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 11, pls. 480 - 527) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
READING, University of Reading i (GREAT BRITAIN 12, pls. 528 - 567) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum viii (GREAT BRITAIN 13, pls. 568 - 615) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum iii (GREAT BRITAIN 14, pls. 616 - 655) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NORTHAMPTON, Castle Ashby (GREAT BRITAIN 15, pls. 656 - 717) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
EDINBURGH,National Museums of Scotland (GREAT BRITAIN 16, pls. 718 - 777) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum ix (GREAT BRITAIN 17, pls. 778 - 859) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GLASGOW (GREAT BRITAIN 18, pls. 860 - 919) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WINCHESTER, Winchester College (GREAT BRITAIN 19) Notyetavailable
LONDON, British Museum x ( GREAT BRITAIN 20) Notyetavailable

Greece

     
ATHENS, Musée National i (GREECE 1, pls. 1 - 50) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, Musée National ii (GREECE 2, pls. 51 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, National Museum iii (GREECE 3, pls. 99 - 148) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, National Museum iv (GREECE 4, pls. 149 - 212) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THESSALONIKI, Archaeological Museum (GREECE 5) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THEBES, Archaeological Museum (GREECE 6) Not yetavailable
MARATHON, Marathon Museum (GREECE 7) Notyetavailable
ATHENS, National Museum v (GREECE 8 pls. 412-521) Notyetavailable

Hungary

     
BUDAPEST, Musée des Beaux - Arts i (HUNGARY 1, pls. 1 - 52) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Italy

     
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia i (ITALY 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia ii (ITALY 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia iii (ITALY 3, pls. 99 - 147) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LECCE, Museo Provinciale i (ITALY 4, pls. 148 - 197) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico i (ITALY 5, pls. 198 - 247) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LECCE, Museo Provinciale ii (ITALY 6, pls. 248 - 299) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico ii (ITALY 7, pls. 300 - 349) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, R. Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 8, pls. 350 - 405) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RHODES, Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 9, pls. 406 - 456) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RHODES, Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 10, pls. 457 - 508) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano i (ITALY 11, pls. 509 - 558) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico iii (ITALY 12, pls. 559 - 608) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, R. Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 13, pls. 609 - 657) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PALERMO, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 14, pls. 658 - 706) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, R. Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 15, pls. 707 - 757) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
UMBRIA, Musei Comunali i (ITALY 16, pls. 758 - 802) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SYRACUSE, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 17, pls. 803 - 854) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, R. Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 18, pls. 855 - 901) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GENOVA, Museo Civico d'Archeologia Ligure di Genova i (ITALY 19, pls. 902 - 940) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 20, pls. 941 - 990) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Preistorico L. Pigorini (ITALY 21, pls. 991 - 1022) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 22, pls. 1023 - 1063) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano ii (ITALY 23, pls. 1064 - 1098) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 24, pls. 1099 - 1130) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 25, pls. 1131 - 1166) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 26, pls. 1167 - 1204) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico iv (ITALY 27, pls. 1205 - 1248) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADRIA, Museo Civico i (ITALY 28, pls. 1249 - 1292). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano iii (ITALY 29, pls. 1293 - 1332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Archeologico iii (ITALY 30, pls. 1337 - 1380) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Civico Museo Archeologico (ITALY 31, pls. 1381 - 1424) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TURIN, Museo di Antichita i (ITALY 32, pls. 1425 - 1468) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico v (ITALY 33, pls. 1469 - 1512) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VERONA, Museo del Teatro Romano i (ITALY 34, pls. 1513 - 1556) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 35, pls. 1557 - 1600) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Musei Capitolini i (ITALY 36, pls. 1601 - 1644) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FERRARA, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 37, pls. 1645 - 1688) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Archeologico iv (ITALY 38, pls. 1689 - 1732) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Musei Capitolini ii (ITALY 39, pls. 1733 - 1776) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TURIN, Museo di Antichita ii (ITALY 40, pls. 1777 - 1820) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ORVIETO, Museo Claudio Faina i (ITALY 41, pls. 1821 - 1864) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Nazionale v (ITALY 42, pls. 1865 - 1906) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TRIESTE, Civico Museo di Storia ed Arte (ITALY 43, pls. 1907 - 1950) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano iv (ITALY 44, pls. 1951 - 1995) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARMA, Museo Nazionale di Antichita i (ITALY 45, pls. 1996 - 2036) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARMA, Museo Nazionale di Antichita ii (ITALY 46, pls. 2037 - 2080) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COMO, Civico Museo Archeologico 'Giovio' i (ITALY 47, pls 2081 - 2125) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FERRARA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 48, pls. 2126 - 2169) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Collezione 'H.A.' i (ITALY 49, pls. 2170 - 2210) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PALERMO, Collezione Mormino, Banco di Sicilia i (ITALY 50, pls. 2211 - 2254) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Collezione 'H.A.' ii (ITALY 51, pls. 2255 - 2294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 52, pls. 2295 - 2337) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 53, pls. 2338 - 2377) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionaleiii (ITALY 54, pls. 2378 - 2421) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 55, pls. 2422 - 2465) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale iv (ITALY 56, pls. 2466 - 2512) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FIESOLE, Collezione Costantini i (ITALY 57, pls. 2513 - 2560) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FIESOLE, Collezione Costantini ii (ITALY 58, pls. 2561 - 2600) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CHIUSI, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 59, pls. 2601 - 2642) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CHIUSI, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 60, pls. 2643 - 2684 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AGRIGENTO, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 61, pls. 2685 - 2777) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GROSSETO, Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 62, pls. 2778 - 2817) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GROSSETO, Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 63, pls. 2818 - 2867) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia iv (ITALY 64, pls. 2868 - 2913) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADRIA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 65, pls. 2914 - 2964) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale iv (ITALY 66, pls. 2965 - 3007) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIBO VALENTIA, Museo Statale "Vito Capialbi" (ITALY 67, pls. 3008 - 3047) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GIOIA DEL COLLE, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (ITALY 68, pls. 3048 - 3087) Notyetavailable
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale v, Raccolta Cumana (ITALY 69, pls. 3088 - 3167) Notyetavailable
TARANTO, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 70) Notyetavailable
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale vi (ITALY 71) Notyetavailable

Japan

     
Rotfigurige Vasen in Japanischen Sammlungen i (JAPAN 1, pls. 1 - 50, unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
Schwarz - und Rotfigurige Vasen in Japanischen Sammlungen ii (JAPAN 2, pls. 51 - 114) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Netherlands

     
THE HAGUE, Musée Scheurleer i (NETHERLANDS - Pays Bas 1, pls. 1 - 48) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THE HAGUE, Musée Scheurleer ii (NETHERLANDS - Pays Bas 2, pls. 49 - 94) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden i (NETHERLANDS 3, pls. 95 - 147) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden ii (NETHERLANDS 4, pls. 148 - 201) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden iii (NETHERLANDS 5, pls. 202 - 255) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AMSTERDAM, Allard Pierson Museum i (NETHERLANDS 6, pls. 256 - 319) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden iv (NETHERLANDS 7, pls. 320 - 373) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AMSTERDAM, Allard Pierson Museum ii (NETHERLANDS 8, pls. 374 - 452) Notyetavailable

New Zealand

     
NEW ZEALAND (NEW ZEALAND 1, pls. 1 - 48 unnumbered). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Norway

     
Public and Private Collections (NORWAY 1, pls. 1 - 52 unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Poland

     
GOLUCHOW, Musée Czartoryski (POLAND 1, pls. 1 - 54) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CRACOW, Collections de Cracovie (POLAND 2, pls. 55 - 96) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
POLAND, Collections Diverses (POLAND 3, pls. 97 - 129) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National i (POLAND 4, pls. 130 - 177) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National ii (POLAND 5, pls. 178 - 231 unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National iii (POLAND 6, pls. 232 - 279) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National iv (POLAND 7, pls. 280 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National v (POLAND 8, pls. 333 - 376) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National vi (POLAND 9, pls. 377 – 430) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National vii (POLAND 10) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Rumania

     
BUCAREST i, Musée National des Antiquités (RUMANIA 1, pls. 1 - 45) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BUCAREST ii, (RUMANIA 2, pls. 46 - 88) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Russia

     
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts i (Russia 1, pls. 1 - 66) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts ii (Russia 2, pls. 67 - 107) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts iii (Russia 3, pls. 108 - 151) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts iv (Russia 4) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts v (Russia 5) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts vi (Russia 6) Notyetavailable

Spain

     
MADRID, Musée Archéologique National i (SPAIN 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MADRID, Museo Arqueologico Nacional ii (SPAIN 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BARCELONA, Musée Archéologique i (SPAIN 3, pls. 99 - 138) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BARCELONA, Musée Archéologique ii (SPAIN 4, pls. 139 - 178) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ULLASTRET, Musée Monographique (SPAIN 5, pls. 179 - 228) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
EIVISSA, Musée (SPAIN 6, pls. 229 - 265) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Sweden

     
LUND, Museum of Classical Antiquities i (SWEDEN 1, pls.1-25) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STOCKHOLM, Medelhavsmuseet and National Museum i (SWEDEN 2, pls.26-65) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTEBORG, Public Collections (SWEDEN 3, pls. 66 - 108) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STOCKHOLM, Medelhavsmuseet and National Museum ii (SWEDEN 4, pls. 109 - 143) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Switzerland

     
GENEVA, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire i (SWITZERLAND 1, pls. 1 - 42) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ZÜRICH, Öffentliche Sammlungen (SWITZERLAND 2, pls. 43 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GENEVA, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire ii (SWITZERLAND 3, pls. 99 - 146) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum i (SWITZERLAND 4, pls. 147 - 202) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OSTSCHWEIZ TICINO (SWITZERLAND 5, pls. 203 - 256) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum und Sammlung Ludwig ii (SWITZERLAND 6, pls. 257 - 312) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum und Sammlung Ludwig iii (SWITZERLAND 7, pls. 313 - 368) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

USA


     
HOPPIN and GALLATIN COLLECTIONS (U.S.A. 1, pls. 1 - 53) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island School of Design (U.S.A. 2, pls. 54 - 85) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MICHIGAN, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor i (U.S.A. 3, pls. 86 - 133) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection i (U.S.A. 4, pls. 134 - 181) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERKELEY, University of California i (U.S.A. 5, pls. 182 - 243) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection ii (U.S.A. 6, pls. 244 - 294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection iii (U.S.A. 7, pls. 295 - 338 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FOGG Museum and GALLATIN Collections (U.S.A. 8, pls. 339 - 412) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 9, pls. 413 - 460) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SAN FRANCISCO, (U.S.A. 10, pls. 461 - 490) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 11, pls. 491 - 532) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art iii (U.S.A. 12, pls. 533 - 580) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRYN MAWR, Bryn Mawr College i (U.S.A. 13, pls. 581 - 622) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts i (U.S.A. 14, pls. 623 - 680) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CLEVELAND, Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 15, pls. 681 - 728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art iv (U.S.A. 16, pls. 729 - 780) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOLEDO, Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 17, pls. 781 - 840) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LOS ANGELES, County Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 18, pls. 841 - 892) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts ii (U.S.A.19, pls. 893 - 943) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOLEDO, The Toledo Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 20, pls. 944 - 1003) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OMAHA, Joslyn Art Museum i (USA 21, pls. 1004 - 1056) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PHILADELPHIA, The University Museum i (U.S.A. 22, pls. 1057-1110) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum i (U.S.A. 23, pls. 1111 - 1170) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
URBANA - CHAMPAIGN, University of Illinois i (U.S.A. 24, pls. 1171 - 1234) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ii (U.S.A. 25, pls. 1235 - 1294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum iii (U.S.A. 26, pls. 1295 - 1352) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum iv (U.S.A. 27, pls. 1353 - 1412) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, Walters Art Gallery i (U.S.A. 28, pls. 1413 - 1472) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PHILADELPHIA, The University Museum ii (U.S.A. 29, pls. 1473 - 1516) Notyetavailable
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum v (U.S.A. 30, pls. 1516 - 1561) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum vi (U.S.A. 31, plates 1562 - 1605) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum vii (U.S.A. 32, plates 1606 - 1663) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum viii (U.S.A. 33) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ix (U.S.A. 34) Notyetavailable
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ix (U.S.A. 34) Notyetavailable
CLEVELAND, Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 35) Notyetavailable

Yugoslavia

     
ZAGREB, Musée National i (YUGOSLAVIA 1, pls. 1 - 48). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ZAGREB, Musée National ii (YUGOSLAVIA 2, pls. 49 - 96) Browse Text | Browse Plates| Search Pottery
BELGRADE, Musée du Prince Paul i (YUGOSLAVIA 3, pls. 97 - 127) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SARAJEVO, Musée National (YUGOSLAVIA 4, pls. 128 - 175) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Open Access Journal: Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA)

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[First posted in AWOL 8 January 2010. Updated 13 September 2015]

Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA)
ISSN 1862-8478
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Die Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde(FeRA) ist ein open access online-journal für alle klassischen altertumskundlichen Fächer mit drei Ausgaben pro Jahr (April, August und Dezember). Obwohl am Frankfurter Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften begründet und über den Server der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität operierend, versteht sich die Zeitschrift nicht als reine Seminarpublikation, sondern lädt ausdrücklich Nachwuchswissenschafter aller Universitäten ein, Fachbeiträge und Rezensionen einzureichen.

The Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA) is an open access online journal especially designed for subjects which study the antiquities, and is being published three times a year (April, August and December). Though established by the Frankfurter Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften and operating via the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität server the journal is not intended to be a mere seminar publication, but explicitly invites qualified young researchers from universities all over the world to present their papers and reviews.

Current issue

FeRA 27 (2015)


ISSN 1862-8478

Artikel



  • M. Astolfi, M. Di Carlo, Architettura funeraria di tipo rupestre a Cipro: note su Arcosolia e Loculi nella zona di Paphos e KourionDownload (PDF) | p. 1 - 19

  • A. Kakoschke, Annotationes Epigraphicae II. Zu einigen Inschriften aus den zwei germanischen ProvinzenDownload (PDF) | p. 20 - 42

  • R. Wiegels, Zwei gestempelte Silberbarren und ein spätantiker Goldbarren aus Crasna (Rumänien)Download (PDF) | p. 43 - 49



Rezensionen



  • K. Droß-Küpe, Rezension zu: Gesine Manuwald, Nero in Opera. Librettos as Transformations of Ancient SourcesDownload (PDF) | p. 50 - 52

  • C. Fron, Rezension zu: Hermogenes, Stil-Lehre. Eingeleitet, übersetzt und erläutert von Ulrich LemppDownload (PDF) | p. 53 - 55

  • H. Köpp-Junk, Rezension zu: Frank Müller-Römer, Der Bau der Pyramiden im Alten ÄgyptenDownload (PDF) | p. 56 - 62

  • K. Matijević, Rezension zu: Margot Klee, Germania Superior. Eine römische Provinz in Deutschland, Frankreich und der SchweizDownload (PDF) | p. 63 - 68

  • K. Matijević, Rezension zu: Stefan F. Pfahl, Instrumenta Latina et Graeca inscripta des Limesgebietes von 200 v. Chr. bis 600 n. Chr.Download (PDF) | p. 69 - 77

  • P. Reinard, Rezension zu: Claire Holleran, Shopping in Ancient Rome. The Retail Trade in the Late Republic and the PrincipateDownload (PDF) | p. 78 - 82

  • C. Rollinger, Rezension zu: Christa Steinby, Rome versus Carthage. The War at SeaDownload (PDF) | p. 83 - 85

Ältere Ausgaben:

Open Access Journal: Boletín Informativo de Amigos de la Egiptología (BIAE)

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 [First posted in AWOL 16 December 2013, updated 13 September 2015]

Boletín Informativo de Amigos de la Egiptología (BIAE)
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BIAE es una publicación electrónica y gratuita de carácter egiptológico. Su objetivo es la difusión del conocimiento del antiguo Egipto dando a conocer noticias de relevancia, novedades editoriales, el estado de las investigaciones, los hechos históricos… etc.

El boletín dispone de diversas secciones, entre las que se encuentran artículos temáticos, biografías de los personajes más destacados en la historia de la egiptología, estudios iconográficos, sin olvidar los yacimientos arqueológicos más relevantes, las colecciones egipcias y los museos del mundo en las que se exponen obras de arte.

Desde 2009 BIAE se presenta con periodicidad trimestral (habiendo sido mensual desde 2003 a 2008). En esta nueva andadura esperamos poder seguir contando con la colaboración de todos y hacer que este boletín siga creciendo y transformándose.

2300 Ancient Sites on Google Earth

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[First posted in AWOL 1 November 2011, updated (the original of the first link is gone, AWOL now links to the version at the Wayback machine - the site list and kml file links remain accessible) 14 September 2015]

From Bill Thayer and Jona Lendering at New at LacusCurtius & Livius:
 
2300 Ancient Sites on Google Earth
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On several occasions I have blogged on the possibilities of Google Earth and its online spin-off, Google Maps. My last blog on this topic was a bit over half a year ago, when I had some 1700 items available. In the meantime, I have added more than 550 ancient sites to my list, from all quarters of the ancient world.

The online version is here and the masterfile can be downloaded here. If you use the latter, do not forget the directory NEW/OFF-TOPIC, which contains many others, still unqualified markers.

Open Access Journal: Revista Mundo Antigo: História Antiga, Idade Média e Arqueologia

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Revista Mundo Antigo: História Antiga, Idade Média e Arqueologia
ISSN: 2238-8788 
Revista Mundo Antigoé uma publicação científica semestral sem fins lucrativos de História Antiga, Medieval e Arqueologia do Núcleo de Estudos em História Medieval, Antiga e Arqueologia Transdisciplinar (NEHMAAT) do curso de História da Universidade Federal Fluminense – Pólo Universitário de Campos dos Goytacazes que por objetivo:
  • Promover o intercâmbio entre pesquisadores, professores e pós-graduandos do Brasil e do exterior.

  • Disseminar pesquisas de professores e pós-graduandos do Brasil e do exterior.

  • Permitir acesso mais ágil e fácil a produção acadêmica de modo a ser usada em pesquisas futuras por discentes e docentes.

  • Estimular a produção de conhecimento sobre a História Antiga, História Medieval e Arqueologia Antiga.

  • Divulgar publicações, eventos, cursos e sites, quando possível, de modo a contribuir com a pesquisa docente e discente.

  • Estabelecer uma relação entre mundo antigo e mundo contemporâneo, quando possível, para uma melhor compreensão dos processos históricos.


Todos os direitos reservados aos autores.
Os artigos são de responsabilidade de seus autores.
Junho/2015
Ano IV - Volume IV - Número 7
Como citar a Revista Mundo Antigo(exemplos).
CARDOSO, Ciro. Construção de Monumentos Régios e Simbolização do espaço no antigo Egito (Reino Novo, séculos XVI-XI a.C. Revista Mundo Antigo (NEHMAAT-UFF/PUCG), Campos dos Goytacazes (RJ), ano 1, v.1, nº1  pp. 29-54, Junho, 2012. <endereço da URL>. Data de acesso: 
FUNARI, Pedro Paulo Abreu. Algumas inscrições latinas, em tradução e anotações. Revista Mundo Antigo (NEHMAAT-UFF/PUCG), Campos dos Goytacazes (RJ), ano 1, v.1, nº1  pp. 55-67, Junho, 2012. <endereço da URL>. Data de acesso: 
CHAMADA PARA ARTIGOS
A Revista Mundo Antigo está recebendo artigos para publicação. As normas de publicação podem ser acessadas no menu.
Idioma: Português, Espanhol, Inglês ou Francês. Pós-graduados (Lato-Sensu), Mestrandos, Mestres, Doutorandos e Doutores podem enviar artigos. Graduados e Graduandos devem escrever em conjunto com seus orientadores.
Email: nehmaat@gmail.com
Atenciosamente, Equipe Editorial.
 
Revista Completa | Complete Issue | Número Completo
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Editorial | Editorial | Editorial
Julio Cesar Mendonça Gralha (UFF-ESR).
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Apresentação | Presentation | Presentación
Equipe Editorial.
PDF
 
Entrevista | Interview | Entrevista
Idade Média: novos caminhos e nova geração de medievalistas.
Profª. Drª. Carolina Coelho Fortes (UFF-ESR).
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Artigos | Papers | Artículos
As Visões Historiográficas sobre o “pão e circo”: a plebs no contexto político-social da Roma imperial, séculos I – II d. C.
Prof. Alexandro Almeida Lima Araujo(LHAMM-UEMA) e Profª. Draª Ana Livia Bomfim Vieira (PPGHEN-UEMA).
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Tebas durante el período Ramésida: redistribución y circulación de bienes.
Profª. Drª. Andrea Paula Zingarelli (Universidad de Buenos Aires – UBA).
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Uma Análise Crítica ao Modelo de “Religião da Polis”.
Prof. Pós-doutorando. Nelson de Paiva Bondioli (Norh West University – South Africa).
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Transtextualidades en la literatura mesopotámica. Vínculos palimpsestuosos entre El descenso de Inanna al Inframundo y la himnología real neo-sumeria y paleo-babilónica.
Prof. Doutorando F. Rodrigo C. Pertusatti (Universidad de Buenos Aires – UBA / Becari Postdoctoral IMHICIHU, CONICET).
PDF
 
Dramatização no Lokasenna: um estudo do conceito do trickster na figura de Loki.
Prof. Mestrando Leandro Vilar(PPGH-UFPB).
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El debate en torno al arte augural en De divinatione de Cicerón.
Profª. Drª. María Emilia Cairo (Universidad Nacional de La Plata / Becaria Postdoctoral Conicet).
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Os jogos fúnebres em honra de Anquises, a regata, écfrase e intratextualidade no canto V da Eneida.
Prof. Ms. Everton Natividade (UFPE).
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O Poder Legitimador de Serápis: uma análise da iconografia monetária alexandrina durante o período Antonino (96-192).
Profª. Mestranda Caroline Oliva Neiva (PPGHC/IH/UFRJ).
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O Helenismo de Johann Gustav Droysen: conceito, contexto e crítica.
Prof. Mestrando Thiago do Amaral Biazotto(PPGH/UNICAMP).
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Magi e Daimones segundo a Cosmologia Teológico-filosófica Apuleiana.
Prof. Doutorando Belchior Monteiro Lima Neto(PPGH/UFES).
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La Nobleza Reinventada (I).
Profª. Drª. Mara Castillo Mallén (Asociación Universitaria de Investigación Egiptológica-España).
PDF
 
Resenha | Review | Reseña
Helvidius, Jovinian, and the Virgnity of Mary in late fourth-century Rome.
Prof. Doutrando Fabiano de Souza Coelho (PPGHC/IH/UFRJ).
PDF
 
Antigas Leituras:Visões da China Antiga - Ancient Readings: Visions of Ancient China.
Prof. Dr. André Bueno (UERJ).
PDF
 
Between Empires Arabs, Romans and Sasanians in Late Antiquity.
Prof. Titular Pedro Paulo Funari (UNICAMP).
PDF
Normas | Rules | Normas de Envió y Edición
 
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Junho/2012
Ano I - Volume I - Número 1
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Dezembro/2012
Ano I - Volume I - Número 2
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Junho/2013
Ano II - Volume II - Número 3
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Dezembro/2013
Ano II - Volume II - Número 4
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Junho/2014
Ano III - Volume III - Número 5
revista
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Dezembro/2014
Ano III - Volume III - Número 6

La collection "Truelles & Pixels"

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La collection "Truelles & Pixels"
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La MSH Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée a conçu et lancé en 2005-2006, dans le cadre de son chantier "Outils multimédias" et avec le soutien du CNRS, le site www.truelles-pixels.mom.fr. Ces documentaires multimédias interactifs d’initiation aux métiers, aux techniques et à l’approche scientifique de l’archéologie (animations et jeux) répondent à la demande de libre accès à la culture scientifique.

Chaque module, découpé en chapitres thématiques, est fortement scénarisé et largement illustré par des illustrations (reconstitution, scènes de vie…), dessins animés, photographiess (archives de fouilles, photographies inédites…), vidéos, vidéo interactives (faire tourner un objet, zoomer, chercher des indices dans une vidéo…).


Les modules offrent en outre plusieurs types de ressources complémentaires :
  • des jeux et des ateliers pratiques présentés sous la forme de fiches à télécharger et imprimer
  • un lexique (info-bulles) et une encyclopédie thématique commune aux différents modules
  • une présentation des travaux des missions ou équipes travaillant sur le sujet
  • une base de données bibliographique d’ouvrages grand public et jeunesse, comprenant également les publications des missions impliquées, et une base de liens vers d’autres sites Internet, commentés et classés.
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The Oriental Institute YouTube Channel

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The Oriental Institute YouTube Channel
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The Oriental Institute is a research organization and museum devoted to the study of the ancient Near East. Founded in 1919 by James Henry Breasted, the Institute, a part of the University of Chicago, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the archaeology, philology, and history of early Near Eastern civilizations.

The Oriental Institute Museum is a world-renowned showcase for the history, art, and archaeology of the ancient Near East. The museum displays objects recovered by Oriental Institute excavations in permanent galleries devoted to ancient Egypt, Nubia, Persia, Mesopotamia, Syria, Anatolia, and the ancient site of Megiddo, as well as rotating special exhibits.
For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:
The Oriental Institute Open Access Publications

New Translations on Attic Inscriptions Online

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New Translations on Attic Inscriptions Online
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Posted [on Current Epigraphy] on behalf of Stephen Lambert
A new batch of 130 + translations of Attic inscriptions has been published on Attic Inscriptions Online. Updates include:

The Syriac Gazetteer

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The Syriac Gazetteer
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The Syriac Gazetteer is a geographical reference work of Syriaca.org for places relevant to Syriac studies. “Places relevant to Syriac Studies” include places named in Syriac texts (such as Ḥarqel — ܚܪܩܠ), places interesting to historians who work on Syriac texts (such as Dura-Europos), and places where scholarship on Syriac is being produced (such as Japan). There are no temporal or spatial boundaries for the geographic database, which collects places relevant to any period of history useful for Syriac studies, from places mentioned in the Peshitta version of Genesis to places founded recently, and from ancient Edessa to Mongol-era outposts in China and diaspora communities in the United States of America. At least in theory, any type or size of place could be represented in the geographic database, from large empires to single churches or a particular named city gate. Maps are provided for places whose location is known, but the database includes places which are not located or even locatable: each place is a conceptual thing with a mental existence related to, but not reducible to, its physical manifestation. Mythological and other ahistorical places are also included in the database.
  • Index page: an alphabetic index of places in the gazetteer.
  • About page: an overview of the gazetteer and its contributors.
  • Help page: documentation, editorial guidelines, and technical definitions.
  • Browse maps: browse places on an interactive map.
  • Edessa: featured place.

Pleiades Receives Major Grant

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Pleiades Receives Major Grant
Pleiades Receives Major Grant
Current spatial coverage of the Pleiades gazetteer
 
by Tom Elliott | 09/15/2015 
 
At the end of July, the National Endowment for the Humanities announced the award of a $322,615 grant for major upgrades and improvements to the Pleiades gazetteer of ancient places. Hosted and operated by ISAW in collaboration with the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Pleiades provides free and open access to the most comprehensive geospatial dataset for antiquity available today. It serves as an indispensable component of at least 40 other important digital humanities projects, ranging from online editions of primary sources for students to expert systems supporting advanced research in fields like archaeology, epigraphy, and numismatics. It also constitutes a core resource for classroom activities — at ISAW and beyond  focused on ancient geography.

Over the next three years, ISAW will use these funds to retool the software that now underpins Pleiades to provide consistently faster performance, to make it easy to use with tablet and mobile devices, and to accelerate  and enable support for the broader ancient and early medieval worlds. Additional enhancements will make it easier for us to expand Pleiades content in a manner consistent with ISAW's connective and comparative mission: extending cultural and geographic coverage to the Ancient Near East and Central Asia and temporal coverage through the Byzantine and Early Islamic Empires. The software upgrades will build on existing collaborations with the Pelagios network and the Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing. Data sharing agreements with The Syriac Gazetteeral-Thurayyā GazetteerThe Early Islamic Empire at Work project, and other partners will reinforce and multiply the content creation work of the volunteer community of scholars, students, and enthusiasts who publish their geographic scholarship through Pleiades.
We are grateful for the support of the NEH, its Office of Digital Humanities, and its scholarly reviewers. With this new grant, total NEH support since 2006 for Pleiades and closely allied projects at ISAW, AWMC, and other institutions totals $1.2 million.

Open Access Journal: Sinaiticus: The Bulletin of the Saint Catherine Foundation

Open Access Journal: Didaskalia: The Journal for Ancient Performance

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[First posted in AWOL 2 November 2009. Updated 15 September 2015.  n.b.  Founded in 1994, Didaskalia is a Pioneering Open Access Journal]

Didaskalia: The Journal for Ancient Performance
ISSN: 1321-4853
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Didaskalia (διδασκαλία) is the term used since ancient times to describe the work a playwright did to teach his chorus and actors the play.  The official records of the dramatic festivals in Athens were the διδασκαλίαι.  Didaskalia now furthers the scholarship of the ancient performance.
Didaskalia is an English-language, online publication about the performance of Greek and Roman drama, dance, and music.  We publish double blind, peer-reviewed scholarship on performance as well as reviews of the professional activity of artists and scholars who work on ancient drama.
We welcome submissions on any aspect of the field, and we provide a uniquely friendly venue for publishing sound, image, and video evidence.  If you would like your work to be reviewed, please write to editor@didaskalia.net at least three weeks in advance of the performance date.  We also seek interviews with practitioners and opinion pieces.

Volume 12 (2015)

12.01 Review - Euripides’ Ion at Barnard/Columbia
Talia Varonos-Pavlopoulos

Volume 11 (2014)

Didaskalia is an academic journal dedicated to the study of ancient theatre and its legacy in performance.
[PDF of entire volume, 53pp, 11.5MB]

11.01 Review - If We Were Birds at the Nimbus Theatre[PDF]
Clara Hardy
11.02 Review - All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre[PDF]
Ruth Scodel
11.03 Review - All Our Tragic at the Den Theatre[PDF]
Daniel Smith
11.04 Review - 50th Season of Classical Plays at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse: Aeschylus’s Oresteia and Aristophanes’ Wasps[PDF]
Caterina Barone
11.05 Currency Exchange: Staging Aristophanes’ Wealth in New Orleans[PDF]
Karen Rosenbecker and Artemis Preeshl
11.06 Review - Agamemnon at Savannah State University[PDF]
Ruth Scodel
11.07 Philoctetes as a Health Educator[PDF]
Robert Hackey
Volume 10 (2013)
Volume 9 (2012)
Volume 8 (2011)(new annual numbering begins)
7.02 - Close Relations (2009)
7.01 - Masks (Winter 2007)
6.03 - Responses to Ancient Drama in Contemporary Performance (Autumn 2006)
6.02 - Contemporary Electronic Research Initiatives (Summer 2005)
6.01 - Developments and Trends in Contemporary Research (Spring 2004)
5.03 - Electra (Summer 2002)
5.02 - Tantalus (Autumn 2001)
5.01 - Otago (Summer 2001)
4.02 - General Issue (Autumn 2001)
4.01 - Crossing the Ancient Stage (Spring 1997)
3.03 - The Performance of Homeric Epic (Winter 1996)
3.02 - General Issue (Autumn 1996)
3.01 - General Issue (Spring 1996)
2.03 - Roman Stagings (Winter 1995)
2.02 - Ancient Stagecraft (Autumn 1995)
2.01 - New Ancient Theater (February 1995)
1.06 - Supplement 1 - How is it Played? Genre, Performance and Meaning

1.05 - Embodying Ancient Theater (December 1994)
1.04 - Fusing Greek and Asian Drama (October 1994)
1.03 - Translating for the Stage II (August 1994)
1.02 - Translating for the Stage I (May 1994)
1.01 - Founding Issue (March 1994)
See the full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

MENAdoc Digital Library: One of the central components of the digital services rendered by the Middle East and North Africa Special Area Collection (Sondersammelgebiet 6,23) of the DFG

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MENAdoc Digital Library
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Die MENAdoc-Sammlung ist zentraler Bestandteil der Digitalen Dienstleistungen des DFG-Sondersammelgebiets 6.23 Vorderer Orient einschl. Nordafrika und wird in der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Vorderer Orient „MENALIB“ zusammengefasst. Die MENAdoc-Sammlung setzt sich aus folgenden Einzelsammlungen zusammen:
Seit 1998 wird das DFG-Sondersammelgebiet 6.23 Vorderer Orient einschl. Nordafrika von der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt betreut. Die digitalen Dienstleistungen des Sondersammelgebietes und anderer Informationsanbieter zur Schwerpunktregion Nahost sowie zum Islam sind seit dem Jahr 2000 in der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Vorderer Orient MENALIB vereint. MENALIB bietet neben bibliographischen Datenbanken auch freien Zugang zu elektronischen Volltexten. Diese Volltexte sind als Teil der Digitalen Bibliothek der ULB Halle im fachlichen Repositorium der MENAdoc-Sammlung gespeichert. Sie umfasst neben einer stetig wachsenden Zahl digitalisierter Bände und Zeitschriftenhefte aus dem Bestand des Sondersammelgebietes auch frei zugängliche elektronische Volltexte zu den Schwerpunkten Nahost und Islam, die von unterschiedlichen Herausgebern im WWW bereitgestellt werden.

The MENAdoc - Digital Collections is one of the central components of the digital services rendered by the Middle East and North Africa Special Area Collection (Sondersammelgebiet 6,23) of the DFG and is accessible through the Middle East and North Africa Virtual Library MENALIB. It comprises the following collections:
The Middle East and North Africa Special Area Collection (Sondersammelgebiet 6,23) moved to the Universitaets- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt in Halle (ULB Halle) in 1998. Digital services of the Special Area Collection and other information providers in the field of Middle East, North African and Islamic studies are employed in the Middle East Virtual Library MENALIB which ULB Halle started to develop in 2000. MENALIB provides access to a number of bibliographic databases. At the same time, one of the main objectives of MENALIB is the integration of new electronic fulltext resources into MENALIB's fulltext repository MENAdoc, which comprises, apart from periodicals, a constantly growing number of individual digital publications related to Middle East and Islamic Studies

ASOR’s Cultural Heritage Initiatives Weekly Reports

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ASOR’s Cultural Heritage Initiatives Weekly Reports
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ASOR’s Cultural Heritage Initiatives is a cooperative agreement between ASOR and the U.S. Department of State that is designed to document, protect, and preserve the cultural heritage of war-torn Syria and northern Iraq. Hundreds of significant heritage sites have been damaged since fighting began in 2011. Although the destruction of cultural property represents only part of the humanitarian crisis, these harmful actions threaten our common world heritage and the cultural diversity of the people in Syria and northern Iraq. We have an ethical obligation to respond, and our project is part of an international effort to work with Syrians to protect their heritage and cultural identity


Weekly Report 51–52 (August 4, 2015) | Read the Report
• Airstrike damaged the German Expedition headquarters at Tell Chuera

• Syrian rebels detonated tunnel bombs near the Old City of Aleppo


Weekly Report 50 (July 21, 2015) | Read the Report
• New photos showing the current condition of the the Fakhr al‐Din al‐Maani Castle
• ISIL prisoners destroy tombstones in the town of al‐ Mayadin
• New information on heritage damage in Marbaa
• ISIL militants destroyed a Yezidi shrine in the town of Gabara
• ISIL demolished the Olympic Stadium in Ramadi, Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq


Weekly Report 49 (July 14, 2015) | Read the Report
• The Aleppo Citadel sustained severe damage after a tunnel bomb was detonated beneath the northeastern fortification wall


Weekly Report 47–48 (July 7, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL militants destroyed Palmyrene funerary sculptures in Manbij
• ISIL release video of mass execution of SARG military personnel in Palmyra
• Reported damage to sites caused by military clashes in the area of Zabadani
• The Daraa Museum suffered minor damage during military combat

• Reports in Iraq of the destruction of the Tomb of Imam Ismail south of Kirkuk


Weekly Report 46 (June 23, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL militants planting explosive devices among the architecture of Palmyra
• ISIL destroyed the Shia Shrine of Sheikh Mohammad ibn ‘Ali
• ISIL destroyed the Tomb and shrine of Shagaf/Nizar Abu Behaeddine
• ISIL destroyed modern graves in the cemeteries of Tadmor, Syriaine
• UK Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport, announced the UK will ratify the 1954 Hague Convention


Weekly Report 45 (June 16, 2015) | Read the Report
• SARG targeting of Ma’arat al‐Nu’man museum and areas within Palmyra and Aleppo
• ISIL destruction at Assur was confirmed using high‐resolution satellite imagery
• YPG advances on Tell Abyad in Syria could sever ISIL overland routes to Turkey


Weekly Report 44 (June 9, 2015) | Read the Report
• Unconfirmed reports of looting and destruction by ISIL at Palmyra in Syria
• Unconfirmed reports of deliberate destruction by ISIL at Assur in Iraq
• Unconfirmed reports of deliberate destruction by ISIL of religious sites in Iraq
• Critics cite imbalance in media coverage of heritage relative to other humanitarian issues


Weekly Report 42–43 (June 2, 2015) | Read the Report
• U.S. House passed H.R. 1493 Protect and Preserve International Cultural Property Act
• U.S. Department of State and UNESCO held a Stakeholders Roundtable in Paris
• Emergency Red List of Iraqi Cultural Objects at Risk 2015 Update launched
• Reports of ISIL intentional destructions at UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ashur in Iraq
• ISIL captured Syrian city of Tadmor and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Palmyra

• Severe combat damage in main theaters of military action in Syria and Iraq


Weekly Report 41 (May 19, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL now controls Tadmor and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Palmyra in Syria
• ISIL now controls provincial capital city of Ramadi in Iraq
• Ten countries in the Middle East and North Africa have announced “Cairo Declaration”


Weekly Report 40 (May 12, 2015) | Read the Report
• Severe damage in the UNESCO World Heritage Site Ancient City of Aleppo
• Media focuses on antiquities looting/trafficking and heritage destruction in conflict zone


Weekly Report 39 (May 5, 2015) | Read the Report
• Urban warfare the leading cause of reported damage in Syria
• Reported damage in northern Iraq decreases markedly
• Media reports focus attention on the looting, trafficking, and sale of antiquities

• New incident reports for earlier ISIL deliberate destruction events in northern Iraq


Weekly Report 38 (April 27, 2015) | Read the Report
• Multiple tunnel bombs and barrel bombs detonated in Jdeidah quarter of Aleppo
• New data on looting of Tell Sabi Abyad storehouses
• Evidence of purported ISIL-issued licenses to loot archaeological sites
• House Foreign Affairs Committee unanimously passed H.R. 1493
• Reports on heritage damage in the south of Syria


Weekly Report 37 (April 20, 2015) | Read the Report
• DGAM posted heritage damage report for January–March 2015


Weekly Report 36 (April 13, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL released video showing deliberate destruction of Northwest Palace at Nimrud, Iraq
• DGAM released Quarterly Report (Jan. 1–March 31, 2015) on heritage damage in Syria


Weekly Report 35 (April 6, 2015) | Read the Report
• Combat-related damage in Idlib, Hama, and Daraa Governorates in Syria
• Idlib Museum collections at risk, following seizure of the city by Jaish al-Fatah
• ISIL continued its campaign of performative deliberate destructions in Iraq

• ISIL video showing deliberate destruction at UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hatra


Weekly Report 34 (March 30, 2015) | Read the Report
• Satellite imagery reveals probable evidence for intentional destruction at Nimrud
• Idlib Museum threatened by recent capture of the city by rebel forces
• UNESCO World Heritage Site Ancient City of Bosra captured by rebel forces
• Looting at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Ancient City of Palmyra


Weekly Report 33 (March 23, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL continues campaign of performative deliberate destructions in N Iraq and Syria
• Survey confirms claims of ubiquitous looting in the Raqqa area facilitated by ISIL
• Two credible but unverified reports of tunnel bomb detonations in Aleppo


Weekly Report 32 (March 16, 2015) | Read the Report
• Two tunnel bombs allegedly detonated in Ancient City of Aleppo
• Many reports of intentional destruction by ISIL in northern Iraq remain unconfirmed


Weekly Report 31 (March 9, 2015) | Read the Report
• Alleged ISIL deliberate destructions at Nimrud, Hatra, Khorsabad, and Assur
• More detail about ISIL deliberate destructions at Mosul Museum and Nineveh
• ISIL reportedly destroys Hamou Qado Mosque in Mosul
• ISIL reportedly destroys Mosque of Sheikh Mohammad al-Abariqi in Mosul
• Damage to al-Dalati Mosque in Homs
• Damage to Haron Dada Mosque and Bimaristan Arghun al-Kamili in Aleppo

Weekly Report 30 (March 2, 2015) | Read the Report
• ISIL video shows intentional destruction of antiquities at Mosul Museum and Nineveh
• ISIL burns large numbers of books from Mosul’s libraries
• Damage to sites in northern Iraq in the Nineveh and Salah ad-Din Provinces
• ISIL reportedly destroys al-Khidr Mosque in Mosul

• Update about damage to the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus


Weekly Report 29 (February 23, 2015) | Read the Report
• Turkish Armed Forces enter northern Syria to “relocate” Tomb of Süleyman Şah
• Syrian Regime’s 2015 southern campaign jeopardizes heritage in Syria’s Hauran Plain
• British House of Commons debates destruction and looting of sites in Syria and Iraq


Weekly Report 28 (February 16, 2015) | Read the Report
• UN adopts resolution to “impair, isolate and incapacitate” ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusrah
• Archaeological sites in rural areas are being damaged by looting and agriculture
• Satellite imagery shows damage and cross-border trafficking in Tell Abyad district
• Satellite imagery confirms DGAM reports of damage to Resafa (Sergiopolis)


Weekly Report 26–27 (February 9, 2015) | Read the Report
• Comparison reveals underreporting of damage by the DGAM in certain areas
• Satellite imagery reveals large-scale looting and earthmoving at Tell Bi’a
• Damage rates have increased in Damascus, Aleppo, and the Dead Cities region

• ISIL deliberately destroyed library collections in Mosul’s Central Library system


Weekly Report 25 (January 26, 2015) | Read the Report
• New analysis of 740 archaeological sites using satellite imagery released
• Jabhat Ansar al-Din and Jabhat al-Nusra cite Sharia Court sanction for destruction
• ISIL video showing deliberate destruction of religious sites in Iraq


Weekly Report 24 (January 20, 2015) | Read the Report
• Increasing evidence for deliberate destructions of religious heritage by ISIL
• Tombs of Sheikh Mohammad Nabhan and his family destroyed in Aleppo
• Updated damage list posted by Ross Burns’ Monuments of Syria website
• Armenian Cathedral in Aleppo deliberately targeted by Islamic Front
• Unconfirmed reports of deliberate destructions in Mosul by ISIL


Weekly Report 23 (January 12, 2015) | Read the Report
• Tunnel bomb in Aleppo destroyed Khan at-Tutun and As-Sinjir Mosque
• Mausoleum of Imam Nawawi in Nawa destroyed by Jabhat al-Nusra


Weekly Report 21–22 (January 5, 2015) | Read the Report
• Tunnel bombs detonated in the Ancient City of Aleppo
• DGAM publishes new report on heritage damage
• DGAM reports damage to Dura Europos

• DGAM may be over-attributing damage to looting


Weekly Report 20 (December 22, 2014) | Read the Report
• Militarization & damage to the Ancient City of Palmyra
• DGAM to implement inventory and remediation projects
• Combat damage in the Ancient City of Aleppo
• Destruction of Sufi shrines by ISIL
• Combat damage to the Madrasa Firdows in Aleppo


Weekly Report 19 (December 15, 2014)
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