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REVIVAL: Technological support for Syrian heritage

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REVIVAL: Technological support for Syrian heritage
Iconem's ambition is to preserve the knowledge of threatened heritage using digital advances. Thanks to our ground surveys and our visual processing algorithms, we are able to produce real digital doubles of archaeological remains or expanses. We hence offer the scientific community and the public an innovative means of exploring famous places of world heritage.

For sites under threat of disappearance, our technology guarantees that, whatever happens, the archaeological knowledge will be preserved.  By scanning today the sites which are under threat of disappearance tomorrow, we are working to preserve a common asset and we are ensuring its transmission to future generations.

Syrian culture is our common heritage. We are losing it. What can we do to preserve this culture for future generations? Documentation can't wait! Iconem sends specialists to support Syrian archaeologists and architects by providing them with advanced techniques to document their heritage. We organise missions in the field using the latest technology in order to create a digital database of Syrian monuments and a national team able to provide data for it. Because saving the knowledge of this history is our common duty.

التراث الثقافي السوري هو تراث مشترك للجميع. إننا نخسره! ماذا يمكن أن نفعل للحفاظ على هذه الثقافة للأجيال القادمة؟ إنّ إجراء التوثيق لا يمكن أن ينتظر! تتولى إيكونيم إرسال متخصصين لدعم علماء الآثار والمعماريين السوريين من خلال تزويدهم بمعدات حديثة لتوثيق تراثهم. إننا نقوم بتنظيم بعثات ميدانية مجهزة بأحدث التكنولوجيا بهدف إنشاء قاعدة بيانات للآثار السورية، وتكوين فريق وطني قادر على تغذيتها. لأن إنقاذ معرفة هذا التاريخ هو واجبنا المشترك.

Open Access Publications of the École Française de Rome

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 [First posted in AWOL 20 April 2011. Most recently updated 22 March 2016]

Publications de l'École Française de Rome 
at Persée Proceedings and Series 
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Fondée en 1875, l’École française de Rome a pour mission la recherche et la formation à la recherche dans le champ de l’archéologie, de l’histoire et des autres sciences humaines et sociales, de la Préhistoire à nos jours.
Son domaine d’intervention privilégié couvre un espace comprenant Rome, l’Italie, le Maghreb et les pays du Sud-Est européen proches de la mer Adriatique. Depuis 1964, la Collection de l’École française de Rome réunit les résultats des travaux organisés par l’École (actes de colloques, séminaires, fouilles archéologiques) et des ouvrages touchant ses domaines de recherche.

Antiquité

Moyen âge

Époque moderne

Époque contemporaine


Mélanges de l'école française de Rome (223 Issues, 4183 Articles, 1881-2000)

Additional publications of the École Française de Rome are online open access at CEFAEL: Collections de l'Ecole française d'Athènes en ligne:

Newly Open Access Monograph Series: Salamine de Chypre

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Salamine de Chypre
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La collection Salamine de Chypre accueille la publication des résultats des travaux de la mission archéologique française à Salamine (1964-1974). Seize volumes sont disponibles sur Persée (publiés entre 1969 et 2004). Ils comprennent des catalogues d’objets découverts lors des fouilles françaises (lampes, figurines de terre cuite, céramiques, monnaies), des publications d’ensembles archéologiques (tombe géométrique, résidence et basilique byzantines), ainsi que des corpus de testimonia (sources littéraires et inscriptions). Deux volumes témoignent de travaux menés en collaboration avec le Département des Antiquités de Chypre : la publication d’un dépôt de sculptures fouillé par la mission pour le Département (volume V) ; le catalogue des lampes du Musée de Chypre (volume VII).





Collection de l'Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l'Antiquité

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Collection de l'Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l'Antiquité
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L’Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l’Antiquité est une équipe de recherche fondée en 1967 et basée à l’université de Franche-Comté. Dès son origine, sous le nom de Centre d’Histoire Ancienne (CHA), cette équipe s’est appliquée à diffuser les productions scientifiques dans le domaine de l’Antiquité, tout d’abord à travers la publication d’une collection, puis à l’aide d’une revue, les Dialogues d’Histoire ancienne, fondée en 1974.

Les premiers ouvrages sont parus à partir de 1959, aux Annales Littéraires de l’Université de Besançon. Cette série s’est ensuite enrichie par les travaux sur l’esclavage et l’affranchissement qui donnèrent naissance au GIREA (Groupe International de Recherche sur l’Esclavage dans l’Antiquité). Enfin, la « collection ISTA » dans sa forme actuelle est née de la fusion des séries du Centre d’histoire ancienne de Besançon et de l’Institut Félix Gafiot.

Aujourd’hui, la collection ISTA publie les travaux pluridisciplinaires de chercheurs français et internationaux sous la forme de monographies, d’ouvrages collectifs ou d’édition de sources, ainsi que sa revue et ses suppléments DHA.


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New Online from the CHS: The Anger of Achilles by L. Muellner

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 The Anger of Achilles by L. Muellner
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Cosmic anger and the poetic function of the mênis theme in Greek epic

Hour 25 members who have enjoyed our past discussions with Professor Leonard Muellner will be happy to hear that the Center for Hellenic Studies has added Muellner’s The Anger of Achilles: Mênis in Greek Epic to its curated collection of free, online books.

As in his first full-length volume, The meaning of Homeric εὔχομαι through its formulas, Muellner has focused this study on a single word and theme, but in this case his topic is nothing less than the subject of one of the foundational texts of the Western cannon.

The book has five chapters and an appendix:
AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Approaching Anger1. Mênis and Cosmic Status in the Hierarchy of Peers2. Mênis and the Social Order3. The Narrative Sequence of the Hesiodic Theogony4. The Mênis of Achilles and the First Book of the Iliad5. The Mênis of Achilles and Its Iliadic TeleologyAppendix. The Etymology of MênisBibliography
 
Throughout, Muellner combines philological and anthropological approaches as he presents careful, systematic and contextual analysis of each and every occurrence of mênis and its derivatives in Greek epic, eventually arriving at a new definition:

Mênis is an emotion that acts to change the world. It is not a word for ‘solemn anger’ but the sacred name of the ultimate sanction against tabu behavior, and epic personages invoke it to forestall people from breaking fundamental cosmic rules.

Each chapter builds upon the next as Muellner considers the words, formulas, themes, and texts that deal with this cosmic anger. Richard Martin has rightfully called Muellner a “homerist’s homerist” for his beautiful prose, original analysis, and technical skills as a philologist. Chapter 3, which explores the metonymic logic of the Theogony, supports such an epithet. It is a revelation that may change how you read ancient Greek myth generally. The appendix, which considers an Indo-Iranian term related to mênis, may feel less familiar to readers, but proves worth the effort. Rest assured, Muellner translates every passage he discusses, so even new readers of ancient Greek literature will find that this text is accessible and rewarding.

Open Access Monograph Series: Schriften des Historischen Kollegs. Kolloquien

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Schriften des Historischen Kollegs. Kolloquien
Das Historische Kolleg, 1980 gegründet, hat seit 1988 seinen Sitz in der Kaulbach-Villa zwischen Bayerischer Staatsbibliothek und Englischem Garten. Im Kern gewährt es Gelehrten Stipendien, um frei von anderen Verpflichtungen ein Buch zu vollenden. Zudem ist das Historische Kolleg als Ort wissenschaftlicher Kolloquien und Vorträge ein lebendiges Zentrum der historischen Forschung. Mit der Diskussionsreihe "Blick zurück nach vorn" richtet es sich auch an eine breitere Öffentlichkeit. Alle drei Jahre wird der "Preis des Historischen Kollegs" vergeben - das nächste Mal im November 2016.
Ninety-two volumes of this series have been digitized, click through above for the full list. Following are the volumes dealing with antiquity:
75 Aloys Winterling (Hg.)
Zwischen Strukturgeschichte und Biographie. Probleme und Perspektiven einer neuen Römischen Kaisergeschichte 31 v. Chr. - 192 n. Chr. München 2011, IX, 350 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-70454-9
pdf des Bandes
73 Karl-Joachim Hölkeskamp (Hg.)
Eine politische Kultur (in) der Krise? Die "letzte Generation" der römischen Republik. München 2009, XII, 222 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-59053-1
pdf des Bandes
49 David Cohen (Hg.)
Demokratie, Recht und soziale Kontrolle im klassischen Athen. München 2002, VI, 205 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-56662-8
pdf des Bandes
44 Aharon Oppenheimer (Hg.)
Jüdische Geschichte in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. Wege der Forschung: Vom alten zum neuen Schürer. München 1999, XII, 275 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-56414-3
pdf des Bandes
42 Werner Eck (Hg.)
Lokale Autonomie und römische Ordnungsmacht in den kaiserzeitlichen Provinzen vom 1. bis 3. Jahrhundert. München 1999, X, 327 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-56385-6
pdf des Bandes
30 Bernhard Kölver (Hg.)
Recht, Staat und Verwaltung im klassischen Indien, The State, the Law, and Administration in Classical India. München 1997, XVIII, 257 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-56193-7
pdf des Bandes
24 Kurt Raaflaub (Hg.)
Anfänge politischen Denkens in der Antike. Die nahöstlichen Kulturen und die Griechen. München 1993, XXIV, 461 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-55993-4
pdf des Bandes
22 Dieter Simon (Hg.)
Eherecht und Familiengut in Antike und Mittelalter. München 1992, IX, 168 S.
ISBN 978-3-486-55885-2
pdf des Bandes

Database: The Meters of Roman Comedy

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The Meters of Roman Comedy
The Music of Roman Comedy

Timothy J. Moore, The Meters of Roman Comedy

This database is dedicated to the memory of Cesare Questa (1934-2016), the incomparable master of Roman Comedy’s numeri innumeri, without whom it would not have been possible.

Introduction

This is a database of all metrical units (passages in an individual meter) in the extant plays of Plautus and Terence except for the fragmentary Vidularia.
Each record represents a metrical unit, or a passage in a single meter (these range from one verse to over 200 verses), and includes the following fields:

Fields immediately visible in each record:

  • Playwright
  • Play
  • Starting Line: the number of the first verse of this metrical unit
  • Ending Line: number of the last verse of this metrical unit
  • Line Count: total number of verses in this metrical unit
  • Starting Text: a quotation of the first verse in the passage
  • Ending Text: a quotation of the last verse in the passage
  • Meter: the meter of the passage (in the case of verses that include more than one meter, all are recorded as one: e.g.: ba2bacol counts as one meter, as does a versus reizianus and cr2tr4cat)
  • Meter Before: the meter of the passage immediately preceding this one
  • Meter After: the meter of the passage immediately following this one
  • Character, Character Verses, Character Type: The name of each character who speaks or sings in the passage, the number of verses in which that character speaks or sings in the passage (in verses where one or more characters speak, one verse is attributed to each character, regardless of how much or how little of the verse that character delivers); and the character's type.
  • Meter Type: the type of meter to which the meter of the passage belongs (if two or more meter types occur in the same verse, both are counted: e.g.: cr2tr4cat counts as both cretic and trochaic)...

Newly Open Access Journal: Nordisk Judaistik

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Nordisk Judaistik
ISSN: 0348-1646
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Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavian Jewish Studies aims at promoting Jewish studies in Scandinavia by publishing scholarly articles, surveys and documents, by reviewing recent literature, and compiling bibliographies. The contributions are published in one of the Scandinavian languages, or in English, German or French, with an abstract in English. The journal is strictly academic and does not pursue any special religious, political or cultural policy.

Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavian Jewish Studies was established in 1975 and has for several decades been the leading academic journal in its field. It has published 26 volumes between the years 1975 and 2008.

The journal, originally founded in 1975, has been relaunced as an open access e-journal.


















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1975

Vol 1, No 1 (1975)


Attic Inscriptions Online (AIO)

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[First posted in AWOL 10 December 2012, updated 25 March 2016]

Attic Inscriptions Online
 AIO
Welcome to Attic Inscriptions Online (AIO), a website which publishes the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation.

Background

Inscriptions on stone are the most important documentary source for the history of the ancient city of Athens and its surrounding region, Attica. Dating from the 7th century BC through to the end of antiquity, Greek texts are available to scholars in Inscriptiones Graecae (IG) I (up to 403/2 BC) and II (after 403/2 BC) (website), updated annually by the Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (SEG) (website) (access by subscription), and in the Packard Humanities Institute (PHI) Greek Inscriptions website. However, before the launch of AIO, very few of the inscriptions were available in English translation, whether in print, or online.


New Open Access Journal: IESUS ABOENSIS: Åbo Akademi Journal for Historical Jesus Research

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Hadrian's Rome: Online Course

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Hadrian's Rome
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This free course, Hadrian's Rome, explores the city of Rome during the reign of the emperor Hadrian (117-38 CE). What impact did the emperor have on the appearance of the city? What types of structures were built and why? And how did the choices that Hadrian made relate to those of his predecessors, and also of his successors?
After studying this course, you should be able to:
  • demonstrate a critical understanding of a range of types of evidence for Hadrianic Rome, including literary sources, inscriptions, coins and buildings
  • describe the impact Hadrian had upon the appearance of the city of Rome
  • compare and contrast different interpretations of the Pantheon and other Hadrianic monuments
  • discuss how the wider Roman empire was visible in the art and architecture of Hadrianic Rome
  • evaluate the significance of commemoration after death to emperors, and how this was linked to divine rights to rule.
  • Duration 10 hours
  • Advanced level

Open Access Collections from Patrologia: Latina, Graeca & Orientalis

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Patrologia: Latina, Graeca & Orientalis.
Patrologia Latina, Graeca et Orientalis is a Community which born the October 13, 2007. At the present we still helping students, scholars and researchers providing a wide range of resources, all of them ordinated and ready to use. Our main goal is still being helpful to any visitor, allowing the academical community get access to these contents within the minimum spend of time. To do this our members continuously organize and prepare exhaustive lists of books, let them be available in a single place with optimal presentation.

Open Access Monograph Series: Interpretatio: Sources and Studies in the History of Science, Series B

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Interpretatio: Sources and Studies in the History of Science, Series B
001 A. Mark Smith Alhacen’s Theory of Visual Perception: A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of the First Three Books of Alhacen’s De aspectibus, the Medieval Latin Version of Ibn al-Haytham’s Kitab al-Manazir
978–1–934846–00–1
002 A. Mark Smith Alhacen on the Principles of Reflection: A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of Books 4 and 5 of Alhacen’s De aspectibus
978–1–934846–01–8
003 A. Mark Smith Alhacen on Image-Formation and Distortion in Mirrors: A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of Book 6 of Alhacen’s De aspectibus
978–1–934846–02–5
004 Alan C. Bowen Science and Philosophy in Classical Greece
978–1–934846–05–6

Open Access Journal: Bulletin de la Société Française d'Egyptologie (BSFE)

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[Firsts posted in AWOL 1 November 2012, updated 27 March 2016

Bulletin de la Société Française d'Egyptologie (BSFE)
ISSN: 0037-9379
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 Les fondateurs de cette société savante, créée à Paris en 1923 par les égyptologues du moment, ont eu dès sa création le souci de "grouper les égyptologues et les personnes s'intéressant à l'étude de l'Égypte depuis ses origines jusqu'aux premiers siècles de l'Hégire afin de leur permettre d'échanger leurs vues sur toutes les questions concernant l'Égypte, d'entretenir des rapports tant avec les savants spécialistes des autres pays qu'avec le public français non initié à l'égyptologie et de publier des travaux relatifs à ces études..." (statuts 1923, art. Ier).

À notre époque où l'on parle beaucoup et souvent inconsidérément d'égyptologie, les scientifiques ont à coeur, en lui faisant partager leurs découvertes,de bien informer le public toujours plus large qui s'intéresse à l'étude de l'Égypte ancienne.


À cet effet, la SFE propose à ses membres trois réunions par an au cours desquelles des communications des spécialistes français ou étrangers présentent nouvelles et découvertes de l'égyptologie internationale. Le compte rendu de ces réunions et le texte complet des communications paraissent dans le Bulletin de la Société française d'égyptologie - trois numéros par an.


La société française d'égyptologie publie annuellement la Revue d'égyptologie, publication scientifique de renommée mondiale, accueillant des articles d'égyptologues aussi bien français qu'étrangers.


Enfin, selon l'actualité, la SFE propose à ses adhérents des visites d'expositions et de musées consacrés à la civilisation égyptienne, ainsi que des voyages.
Numbers 1 (1949) - 150 (2001) are available for download

One Off Journal Issues: The New Ancient Legal History

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Critical Analysis of Law: An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review, Vol 3, No 1 (2016): The New Ancient Legal History
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Guest edited by Clifford Ando, The New Ancient Legal History gathers essays by some of the most interesting scholars in emergent areas of study in premodern law. Ancient legal systems are now attracting sophisticated study from a rising generation of interdisciplinary scholars. Their approaches are as varied as the material under study, but they share a critical engagement with the resources of contemporary legal scholarship and due regard for the evidentiary regimes that obtain in their separate fields.

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The New Ancient Legal History

Clifford Ando
Ari Z. Bryen
Natalie B. Dohrmann
Lisa Pilar Eberle
Maxim Korolkov
Susan Lape
Rena N. Lauer
Marta Madero
William P. Sullivan

Book Forum: Anna Su, Exporting Freedom: Religious Liberty and American Power (2016)

Peter G. Danchin
Saba Mahmood
Samuel Moyn
Anna Su
 

Babylon 3D

Open Access Journal: Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie

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Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie
ISSN (print): 0137-3285
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Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie is an archaeological journal published by the Institute of Archaeology of Jagiellonian University in Kraków.

In a new form, it continues the tradition of the Recherches Archéologiques, published by the Institute of Archaeology since 1968. Initially, the journal presented mainly field reports from excavations conducted by archaeologists from the Institute. This formula was changed in 2009 to broaden the journal’s scope and open its pages for authors who are not connected with the Institute of Archaeology either in terms of employment or their doctoral studies. Therefore, a subtitle ‘Nouvelle Serie’ was added and a new volume numbering was introduced.

The journal presents general syntheses, published in the ‘Studies’ section, as well as the analyses of archaeological materials (which should be discussed against a broad, multi-aspectual background), published in the ‘Reports’ section. The contributions may address any aspect of archaeology and any period of prehistory or history, both in the Old and the New World. We look forward to receiving the texts from authors both from Poland and from abroad. Among the contributions accepted are also summaries of MA theses or extracts from them adapted for publication, as well as outstanding papers by students. Basically, there are no restrictions as regards contribution size. Extensive publications which offer a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to the discussed issue and which are provided with adequate illustrations are warmly welcomed. One should note, however, that the journal does not publish reviews.

The journal is published both in a print and an on-line version. Consequently, all publications will be freely accessible on-line and, therefore, authors are kindly requested to complete and sign a form in which copyrights are transferred to the Editorial Board.

The Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie accepts contributions in all of the so-called congress languages (English, German, French, Spanish and Russian); the preferred language is English.
Current Volume

Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie, vol. 5-6

CONTENT OF VOLUME
<<< to read the article in pdf format click on the title >>>


Bibliography of Professor Bolesław Ginter
ÉTUDES
Krzysztof Cyrek: The oldest Middle Palaeolithic finds in the northern foothills of the Carpathians
Magda Cieśla, Paweł Valde-Nowak: Micoquian in the Northern Carpathians. Examples from Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine
Dariusz Bobak, Marta Połtowicz-Bobak: Bayesian age modelling of the Magdalenian settlement in the territory of present-day Poland
Paweł Valde-Nowak, Anna Kraszewska, Damian Stefański: Arch-backed and Tanged Point Technocomplexes in the North Carpathian zone
Krzysztof Hipp: Sarduri II – One of the most unfortunate rulers of the 8th century B.C.E
Małgorzata Franczyk: Fibulae AV 107–108 in the North European Barbaricum
Ireneusz Jakubczyk: Die eingliederigen Fibeln der Almgrens VI. Gruppe in der Przeworsk-Kultur – Fibeln des Typs A 158
RAPPORTS
Grzegorz Łaczek, Łukasz Miszk, Maciej Nowak: Materials of the Malice culture at site 28 in Świerszczów (AZP 86-94/218)
Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz: Excavations at the Western Kom at Tell El-Farkha 2011–2012
Ewa Oziemska-Żmuda: The results of the rescue excavations conducted in 2012 at site 2 in Jakuszowice, Kazimierza Wielka commune, świętokrzyskie voivodeship

Recherches Archéologiques (old volumes)

Recherches Archéologiques 1972

Recherches Archéologiques 1989

Recherches Archéologiques 1990

Recherches Archéologiques 1991-1992

Recherches Archéologiques1999-2003


Recherches Archéologiques Nouvelle Serie

Recherches Archéologiques nouvelle serie 1

Recherches Archéologiques nouvelle serie 2

Recherches Archéologiques nouvelle serie 3

Recherches Archéologiques nouvelle serie 4


Late Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt

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Late Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt
by Francesco Raffaele 
To be completed
This is a detailed account of the History and Archaeology of the Egyptian Early Dynastic Period: check out the pages on the Second and Third Dynasty and on Dynasty 0. If you are interested in Late Predynastic Egypt (Protodynastic) and Early Dynastic period you'll certainly find here what you're searching for. There are also 4 corpora: First Dynasty Wooden and Ivory Labels, Early Dynastic Inscriptions on Stone Vessels, Naqada IIIb1-2 serekhs and Late Predynastic Decorated Palettes; articles, news, many pictures, images galleries, links and especially abundant text. 
ABBREVIATIONS => EGYPTOLOGY PUBLICATIONS: ABBREVIATIONS
ABYDOS BOATS
(Funerary Early Dynastic Boats, discovered by David O' Connor in North Abydos)
ABYDOS NORTH
(Royal Enclosures/ Talbezirke)
ADJIB
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian); LABELS
AHA
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian); LABELS
ANIMALS
(Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt representations of animals)
ANNALS(New Annals of the Vth Dynasty, the 'South Saqqara Stone'). PALERMO STONE
ARTICLES(List of important articles on Early Dynastic Period and related subjects)
ARTICLES(of mine)
ASHMOLEAN PALETTE, DOGS PALETTE, HIERAKONPOLIS PALETTE
BA(Third Dynasty ephemeral king, uncertain chronological position)
BASTET
(Goddess, incised name on a stone vessel fragment in a private collection)
BATTLEFIELD PALETTE, VULTURES PALETTE, LION PALETTE
BIRD (First - Second Dynasty I.P. ephemeral king, uncertain name reading)
BULL PALETTE
CORPUS
=> LABELS; => STONE VESSELS INSCRIPTIONS; => PALETTES
CHRONOLOGY(Predynastic - Early Dynastic)
DEN , WDJMW , DWN
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian)LABELS
DJER , ZER , SEKHTY
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian)LABELS
DJET , WADJET , SERPENT
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian) LABELS
DJOSER, NETERYKHET(Third Dynasty King; to be completed)
DJOSER' S COMPLEX, FOTOS
DJOSERTY ANKH => SEKHEMKHET

"DYNASTY" (On the term...)
DYNASTIES
DYNASTY "00"
DYNASTY 0
DYNASTY 1
DYNASTY 2
DYNASTY 3
EGYPTOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ABBREVIATIONS
(Link to another Website)
EMERY, WALTER BRYAN (1903-1971)
ENCLOSURES (Talbezirke, Open Courts, 'Forts'): => Abydos North, => Saqqara
FRANCESCO RAFFAELE E-MAIL (E-mail address of the author of this website, Napoli - Italy)
GEBELEIN PAINTED LINEN / TEXTILE (Naqada IIa-b)
HELWAN
HEMAKA LABEL
HESYRA (HEZYRA, HESIRE)
HIERAKONPOLIS TOMB 100 (Painted Decoration)
HOME PAGE, MAIN PAGE http://members.xoom.it/francescoraf/
HOTEPSEKHEMUY , HOTEP
(Second Dynasty King)
HUNI , NISWTEH
(Third Dynasty King)
HUNTERS PALETTE
IMAGE GALLERIES, INDEX
IMAGE GALLERIES, MY PHOTOGRAPHS
IMAGE GALLERIES, MAP AND PLANS
IMAGE GALLERIES, ARCHAIC SCULPTURE
IMAGE GALLERIES, CONTEMPORARY INSCRIPTIONS AND LATER KINGS-LISTS
IMAGE GALLERIES, CORPUS OF LATE PREDYNASTIC DECORATED PALETTES
IMAGE GALLERIES, EARLY DYNASTIC MONUMENTS FROM THE WEB
IMAGE GALLERIES, ARCHAIC RELIEFS (STELAE, DOOR JAMBS, FALSE DOORS)
IMAGE GALLERIES, VARIOUS OBJECTS
IMAGE GALLERIES, KNIFE HANDLES, IVORY COMBS, MACE-HEADS
IMAGE GALLERIES, STONE VESSELS INSCRIPTIONS (NARMER TO SNOFRU)
INSCRIPTIONS ON LABELS
INSCRIPTIONS ON STONE VESSELS => STONE VESSELS INSCRIPTIONS
IRY HOR
(Dynasty 0 King)
IRY NETJER NEBTY => SEMERKHET
KA , SEKHEN
(Dynasty 0 King)
KHABA
(Third Dynasty King)
KHASEKHEMUY NETJERWYHOTEPIMEF
(Second Dynasty King)
KHASETY, KHASTY => DEN
KNIFE-HANDLES (Decorated)
LABELS CORPUS
LABELS : EXAMPLE OF TRANSLATION
LAYER PYRAMID (Khaba)
LINKS (Other Websites Urls)
LOUVRE PALETTE
MACEHEADS (Scorpion and Narmer)
MENES
(=> Narmer, Aha)
MERBIAPE, MERPUBIA => ADJIB
MERNEITH / MERETNITH (First Dynasty Queen)
NAQADA PHASES
NARMER
(First Dynasty King) LABELS
NARMER PALETTE
NEBKA(Third Dynasty King)
NEBKARA NEBTAUY (Third Dynasty ? ephemeral King)
NEBRA (Second Dynasty King)
NEFERKA (Third Dynasty ephemeral King)
NEFERKARA
(Second Dynasty ephemeral King)
NEFERKASOKAR
(Second Dynasty ephemeral King)
NETJERYKHET, DJOSER
(Third Dynasty King)
NEWS
(About Important Early Dynastic Recent Discoveries)
NEWS (of this Website)
NINETJER , NINETER (Second Dynasty King)
NWBNEFER, NEBWNEFER, NEBNEFER (Second Dynasty ephemeral King)
ORIGIN OF THE STATE: PREDYNASTIC AND EARLY DYNASTIC EGYPT (Cracow 2002 Conference)
PALERMO STONE, RECONSTRUCTION

PALETTES (Corpus of Late Predynastic Decorated Palettes)
PERIBSEN(Second Dynasty King)
PERENMAAT SEKHEMIB
(Second Dynasty King)
PREDYNASTIC
PREDYNASTIC AND EARLY DYNASTIC
(Synthesis, Model, Chronologies)
PRINCESSES, QUEENS (early attestations for Royal Women in Dynasties 0-3)
QA'A , SEN NEBTY , SHOTEP NEBTY
(First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian) LABELS
QA HEDJET (Third Dynasty King)
RANEB , NEBRA(Second Dynasty King)
SANAKHT (Third Dynasty King)
SAQQARA (Plan and monuments)
SCORPION(II) (Dynasty 0 Hierakonpolis King)
SEKHEMIB PERENMAAT (Second Dynasty King)
SEMERKHET (First Dynasty King; only an introduction, in Italian) LABELS
SENED, SENEDJ (Second Dynasty ephemeral King)
SEREKHS
(Palace façade device containing the royal name, generally surmounted by the falcon-god Horus)
SHUNET EZ-ZEBIB (Khasekhemwy's mudbrick enclosure at Abydos North)
SNEFERKA, SENEFERKA (First - Second Dynasty I.P. ephemeral King)
SOUTH SAQQARA ANNALS DYNASTY 6
STATE FORMATION: THE ORIGINS OF EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION (lecture scheme)
STONE VESSELS INSCRIPTIONS (Narmer to Snofrw)
TAGS, LABELS CORPUS
TEHENU PALETTE, LYBIAN BOOTY PALETTE, TOWNS PALETTE
TURTLES/ TORTOISES
UNIFICATION OF EGYPT (SEE ALSO: DYNASTY 0)
UPDATES OF THIS SITE
WEST SAQQARA
WNEG, UNEG (Second Dynasty ephemeral King)
ZA => WNEG (Second or Early Third Dynasty ephemeral King)
ZANAKHT (Third Dynasty King)

Novum Glossarium Mediae Latinitatis

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Index Scriptorum

Consultation de l'Index Scriptorum : Version 0.4.

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Open Access Journal: Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies

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[First posted in AWOL 1 June 2010. Updated 28 March 2016]

Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies
ISSN: 1756-5049
PVCRS is very much a companion publication to our ejournal New Voices in Classical Reception Studies and our Eseminar Archive. All add to the range of resources that are made freely available on the Open University Reception of Classical Texts Research Project website. New Voices provides a refereed platform for newer researchers to publish their work. The Eseminar Archive makes available the records of the annual seminar that discusses all aspects of classical reception. Practitioners' Voices is a response to the growing awareness that Classical Reception research has to recognise the full range of processes that shape the impact of classical material in new contexts. Its aim is to provide a Forum in which theatre directors, designers, dramaturgs, actors, poets, translators, and all involved in the creative practices that are so crucial to classical receptions can discuss the relationship between their work and the classical texts, themes and contexts on which they draw.
We hope that the Forum will also lead to further dialogue between creative practitioners and critics and academics (who are after all also practitioners).

Current Issue

The following articles from the 2015 issue are now available:

Past Issues

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