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HODOI ELEKTRONIKAI: Du texte à l'hypertexte

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[First posted in AWOL 28 June 2014, updated 25 April 2016]

HODOI ELEKTRONIKAI:Du texte à l'hypertexte

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Conflict Urbanism Aleppo

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Conflict Urbanism Aleppo
Conflict Urbanism: Aleppo is a project in two stages.

First, we have built an open-source, interactive, data-rich map of the city of Aleppo, at the neighborhood scale. Users can navigate the city, with the aid of high resolution satellite imagery from before and during the current civil war, and explore geo-located data about cultural sites and urban damage. We will add data as it becomes available; currently we are grateful for datasets from from Human Rights Watch, the United Nations Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT), and the Humanitarian Information Unit (HIU) at the U.S. Department of State.

Second, the map is a platform into which additional data of all sorts can be integrated. It is an invitation to students and invited collaborators to record and narrate urban damage in Aleppo — at the cultural, infrastructural, or neighborhood scale — and to present that research in case studies which will be added to the website over time.

We invite ideas and propositions, and hope to build on the data that we have compiled here to develop further research on and engagement with the situation in Aleppo. It is a call for inquiry and a call to action.

Since 2012, the people of Aleppo — one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world — have been exposed to catastrophic violence. Many thousands have been injured, died, or fled. Our project focuses on their city and what has been done to it and what might happen to it in the future.

Describing Egypt

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Describing Egypt
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This is an ambitious self initiated project aiming - with a nod and a wink to the old Description de l'Égypte - to Describe Egypt one location at a time but this time around we do it through Egyptian Eyes. We are in love with this country and its long and diverse history and we want to share our heritage with the whole world through the latest available technology, we chose 360º VR immersive experience to be our medium, that way we allow you to walk through locations that is difficult to access due to it being closed by authorities for preservation or due to the fact that you cannot come and visit it yourself, whatever your reasons are we bring it right to your screen.

But we don't want to only show you pretty pictures, we want to tell you the stories from these locations, stories of their owners and their life and death, follow the progression of art, culture and architecture across Egypt's long, rich and diverse history.

We are currently focusing on the Ancient Egyptian Tombs of The 30 Dynasties reign which spans across 3000 years (2859 years to be exact from 3200 BC to 341 BC) we take Examples from the three Major kingdoms, the Old kingdom [3200 BC - 2780 BC] in Memphis (currently a suburb of cairo) 3rd to 6th dynasties , the Middle Kingdom [2134 BC - 1778 BC] in Abydos ( currently El Minya) 11th and 12th dynasties and the New Kingdom [1570 BC - 1080 BC] in Thebes (Luxor) 18th to 20th dynasties.

We started working on and off on this project in 2012, it was originally 360fied.com but due to differences between the partners visions we have agreed to separate the paths and started all over again.
you can check out the fantastic work of our previous partner and very good friend Mr. Mohamed Attef here and here.
The Describing Egypt project is currently done in collaboration between Motion Designer, Compositor and Photographer Salma ElDardiry and software Developer and Tech master Karim Mansour.

We are working with a great set of advisors and collaborators who includes Dr. Thierry Benderitter of www.osirisnet.net, the good poeple of The Theban Mapping Project , Hani D. Elmasri of Disney imagineering and Prof. Dr. Abdel Ghaffar Shedid Founder and head of the Art History Department, Faculty of Fine Arts.

Diyala Archaeological Database (DiyArDa) Update

Reading, Writing, Romans: The blog of the Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project (AshLI)

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Reading, Writing, Romans: The blog of the Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project (AshLI
The Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project (AshLI) is a three-way collaboration between Warwick University, Oxford University and the Ashmolean Museum, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Our Aims
We love Latin inscriptions. Really. And we want other people to love them too. Using the fantastic collection from the Ashmolean Museum, we’ve set ourselves some challenges, all of which we have to meet before September 2016:
  1. To research and catalogue all the Latin inscriptions in the Ashmolean Museum. The last person to do this was Richard Chandler when he wrote Marmora Oxoniensia in 1763. That gives us plenty to do.
  2. To set up new displays of Latin inscriptions in the Ashmolean. These will be on themes like death and burial, the Roman army, slaves and freed-people, literacy in the Roman Empire and the lives of Roman women. For us, inscriptions are about people, not just letter shapes or carving techniques.
  3. To produce teaching resources that can be downloaded from the Ashmolean Education Department for use in Primary and Secondary schools, and to devise new museum visits for students who are interested in the lives of the Romans.
The AshLI Team
  • Professor Alison Cooley, is Principal Investigator for the project and Head of Warwick University’s Department of Classics and Ancient History. Alison is a specialist in Latin inscriptions, and is taking on the challenge of writing the new catalogue.
  • Dr Abigail Baker is an archaeologist and museologist, based at Oxford’s Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents (CSAD). She’s responsible for bringing AshLI’s work to the public through education projects, museum displays and social media. She also works on the EpiDoc based online catalogue – making the Ashmolean’s inscriptions accessible for free online.
Other members of the team are Dr Paul Roberts, the Keeper of Antiquities at the Ashmolean Museum, Dr Charles Crowther from Oxford’s Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, and Stephanie Lane, who is studying material from the project as part of her PhD on Roman Literacy.
AshLI’s access to the Ashmolean’s inscriptions is masterminded by the Antiquities’ Collections Manager Helen Hovey. We’ve also had the specialist help of Ben Altshuler and Sarah Norodom for RTI capture of our more challenging stones.
Former members of the team still keep in touch. Dr Jane Masséglia (who used to work on education and public communication for the project) is now a lecturer in Ancient History at the University of Leicester. Dr Hannah Cornwell (who used to work on the project’s online database, digital images and podcasts) is now a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Institute of Classical Studies.

SEAL: Sources of Early Akkadian Literature

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[First posted in AWOL 20 July 2009. Most recently updated 26 April 2016]

SEAL: Sources of Early Akkadian Literature
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A Text Corpus of Babylonian and Assyrian Literary Texts from the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BCE

Sources of Early Akkadian Literature is a joint project of the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig.

Project Description

Akkadian, i.e. Babylonian and Assyrian, literature, documented on cuneiform tablets from Ancient Mesopotamia (together with Sumerian and Egyptian literature) forms the oldest written literature of mankind.

In the 3rd and 2nd Millennia (c. 2400-1100 BCE), Akkadian literature developed many different literary genres: hymns, lamentations, prayers to various gods, incantations against a range of sources of evil, love-lyrics, wisdom literature (proverbs, fables, riddles), as well as long epics and myths - roughly 550 different compositions. Many of these compositions are not yet published in satisfactory modern editions or scattered throughout a large number of publications.

SEAL ("Sources of Early Akkadian Literature"), which started at 2007, is updated regularly. It aims to compile a complete indexed corpus of Akkadian literary texts from the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BCE, attempting to enable the efficient study of the entire early Akkadian literature in all its philological, literary, and historical aspects.

Many of the editions in SEAL rely on new collations and photos. (For the moment being, these photos cannot be shown publicly due to restricted copy rights.)

As part of this project SEAL will publish the corpus in printed form, in monographs within the new series Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien. Several volumes are currently in preparation:
  • N. Wasserman: Old Babylonian Incantations.
  • N. Wasserman: Love Lyrics.
  • M. P. Streck: Old Babylonian Hymns.
  • Elyze Zomer: Middle Babylonian Incantations.
  • J. Fechner will publish a monograph on "Altbabylonische Gottesbriefe" outside the SEAL series.

Open Access Monograph Series: Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Suppléments

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Suppléments
eISSN: 1955-270X
Fondée en 1974, la revue Dialogues d’Histoire Ancienne est conçue comme un espace de présentation et de discussion des études sur l’histoire des sociétés antiques, de leurs structures sociales, économiques, religieuses et culturelles. DHA s’efforce d’offrir des approches diverses, d’inventorier des domaines nouveaux, de s’intéresser à des espaces considérés trop longtemps comme périphériques.

Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°1, 2005. Hommage à Pierre Lévêque.

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°2, 2009. Traduire les scholies de Pindare… I. De la traduction au commentaire : problèmes de méthode.

Sous la direction de

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°3, 2010. Inde-Grèce : regards et influences.

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°4-1, 2010. Jeux et enjeux de la mise en forme de l'histoire. Recherches sur le genre historique en Grèce et à Rome.

Sous la direction de

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I. Les sources de l’histoire. Objets historiques et sources littéraires

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°4-2, 2010. Jeux et enjeux de la mise en forme de l'histoire. Recherches sur le genre historique en Grèce et à Rome.

Sous la direction de

405 - 560

IV. Enjeux et choix d’écriture : le travail de l’historien et les styles de l’histoire

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°5, 2011. La notion d’empire dans les mondes antiques. Bilan historiographique. Journée de printemps de la SOPHAU - 29 mai 2010.

Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°6, 2011. Diodore d’Agyrion et l’histoire de la Sicile.

Sous la direction de

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°7, 2012. L’histoire de l’alimentation dans l’Antiquité. Bilan historiographique. Journée de printemps de la SOPHAU – 21 mai 2011.

Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°8, 2013. Discours politique et Histoire dans l’Antiquité.

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Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°9, 2013. Le point de vue de l’autre. Relations culturelles et diplomatie.

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The Standard Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh

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The Standard Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh

Sources of the Standard Babylonian poem

The Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh is preserved on three groups of manuscripts (clay tablets), which give an account of the poem at different stages in its evolution, from the eighteenth century BC to the first millennium BC.
So far eleven pieces of Old Babylonian versions of the epic are extant, and eighteen pieces are known from later in the second millennium (Middle Babylonian and other intermediate manuscripts). If these twenty-nine fragments were all that had survived we would not be able today to give an accurate account of the poem's narrative and plot. Fortunately we have 184 fragments from the first millennium (count at January 2003). These come from ancient libraries in Assyria, most notably the library of the seventh-century king, Ashurbanipal, and from slightly later collections of tablets found in Babylonia, chiefly at Babylon and Uruk.
These Babylonian and Assyrian fragments bear witness to a standardized edition of the poem, which we call the Standard Babylonian epic. This last version of the poem was the result of a deliberate work of editorial, according to tradition carried out by a learned scholar called Sin-leqi-unninni, who probably flourished about 1100 BC. The oldest sources for his version are from the ninth or eighth centuries; the last dated manuscript comes from about 130 BC, when Babylonia was a dominion of the Parthian kingdom.
The edition of the Standard Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh published in Andrew George's critical edition of the poem (further details available from Oxford University Press) is a composite variorum edition, in which the evidence of the different first-millennium manuscripts is combined. The result is a transliterated text reconstructed from the cuneiform witnesses according to the editor's judgement.
George's composite transliteration and translation of the standardized first-millennium text was based on a previous transliteration of the text of each individual manuscript. The text was established by first-hand study of each individual tablet and, for the most part, a newly drawn hand-copy (facsimile) of the cuneiform. The cuneiform of every fragment was published alongside the composite text.
Readers of the epic who do not read cuneiform may wish to consult the evidence of individual manuscripts. To this end, George's synoptic ("score") transliterations of each of the twelve tablets of the Standard Babylonian Epic of Gilamesh are published here as PDF files.
  1. SB Gilgamesh Tablet I (PDF)
  2. SB Gilgamesh Tablet II (PDF)
  3. SB Gilgamesh Tablet III (PDF)
  4. SB Gilgamesh Tablet IV (PDF)
  5. SB Gilgamesh Tablet V (PDF)
  6. SB Gilgamesh Tablet VI (PDF)
  7. SB Gilgamesh Tablet VII (PDF)
  8. SB Gilgamesh Tablet VIII (PDF)
  9. SB Gilgamesh Tablet IX (PDF)
  10. SB Gilgamesh Tablet X (PDF)
  11. SB Gilgamesh Tablet XI (PDF)
  12. SB Gilgamesh Tablet XII (PDF)

Open Access Library: International Association for Obsidian Studies

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 [First posted in AWOL 23 January 2012, updated 27 April 2016]

IAOS Library [International Association for Obsidian Studies]
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Welcome to the IAOS online library, a growing collection of obsidian-related articles, reports, monographs, papers, theses, and dissertations, all in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. The documents may be viewed online with a web browser or can be downloaded and perused or printed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. The documents available here are fully searchable from within Adobe Acrobat Reader.


This online library replaces the old IAOS Obsidian Bibliography, a pre-WWW resource that was rendered obsolete by the World Wide Web and that has now been retired. You'll have much better luck these days using the Google search form located below.



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AMBROSE, WALLACE R. (1994)    PDF
Obsidian Hydration Dating and Digitised Computer Imaging. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 13:13-15.
AMBROZ, JESSICA (1997)    PDF
Characterization of Archaeologically Significant Obsidian Sources in Oregon by Neutron Activation Analysis. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.


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BACON, CHARLES R., DENNIS M. GIOVANNETTI, WENDELL A. DUFFIELD, G. BRENT DALRYMPLE, and ROBERT E. DRAKE (1982)    PDF
Age of the Coso Formation, Inyo County, California. U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1527.
BALLIN, TORBEN B. (2011)    PDF
The Scottish Archaeological Pitchstone Project: Results. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 45:8-13.
BALLIN, TORBEN B. (2015)    PDF
Pitchstone: The Poor Cousin of Obsidian. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 52:14-17.
BAXTER, PAUL W., THOMAS J. CONNOLLY, and CRAIG E. SKINNER (2015)    PDF
Obsidian Use in the Willamette Valley and Adjacent Western Cascades of Oregon. In Toolstone Geography of the Pacific Northwest, edited by Terry L. Ozbun and Ron L. Adams, pp. 218-233. Archaeology Press, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia.
BELLIFEMINE, VIVIANA I. (2011)    PDF
Flakes vs. Projectile Points: Changes in Obsidian Procurement in Prehistoric Mendocino County, California, Suggested by Hydration Analysis. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 7:4-6.
BELLOT-GURLET, LUDOVIC, THOMAS CALLIGARO, OLIVIER DORIGHEL, JEAN-CLAUDE DRAN, GERARD POUPEAU, and JOSEPH SALMON (1996)    PDF
On the Coupling of PIXE and Fission Track Dating for Obsidian Sourcing. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 16:3-7.
BEVILL, RUSSELL W. (2004)    PDF
Obsidian Hydration: The Squaw Creek Site Revisited. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 17:133-138.
BIAGI, PAOLO and BARBARA A. VOYTEK (2006)    PDF
Excavations at Pestera Ungureasca (Caprelor) (Cheile Turzii, Petresti de Jos, Transylvania) 2003-2004: A Preliminary Report on the Chipped Stone Assemblages from the Chalcolithic Toarte Pastilate (Bodrogkeresztur) Layers. Analele Banatului, S.N., Archeologie Istorie, XIV:177-202.
BIAGI, PAOLO, ANNA MARIA DE FRANCESCO, and MARCO BOCCI (2007)    PDF
New Data on the Archaeological Obsidian from the Middle-Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic Sites of the Banat and Transylvania (Romania). In A Short Walk Through the Balkans: The First Farmers of the Carpathian Basin and Adjacent Regions, edited by Michela Spataro and Paolo Biagi, pp. 129-148. Trieste, Societ� per la Preistoria e Protostoria della Regione Friuli-Venezia Giulia Quaderno 12, 2007.
BIAGI, PAOLO , BERNARD GRATUZE, and SOPHIE BOUCETTA (2007)    PDF
New Data on the Archaeological Obsidians from the Banat and Transylvania (Romania). In The Lengyel, Polgar and Related Cultures in the Middle/Late Neolothic in Central Europe, edited by Janusz K. Kozlowski and Pal Raczky, pp. 309-326. Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Krakow, Poland, and Eotvos Lorand University, Institute of Archaeological Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.
BIAGI, PAOLO, BERNARD GRATUZE, VMYTRO KIOSAK, OLEG V. TUBOLZEV, and ZOYA H. POPANDOPULO (2014)    PDF
The Neolithic Obsidians from Southeastern Ukraine: First Characterization and Provenance Determination. Anatolia 40:1-20.
BINNING, JEANNE DAY, ALAN P. GARFINKEL, JENNIFER J. THATCHER, CRAIG SKINNER and BRIAN WICKSTROM (2009)    PDF
Obsidian Hydration, Cut Sample Selection, and Technological Aspects of Debitage. Poster presented at the 74th Annual Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22-26th, 2009.
BOHN, ALLISON D. (2007)    PDF
Scattered Glass: Obsidian Artifact Provenance Patterns in Northwestern Wyoming. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.
BOULANGER, MATTHEW T., MICHAEL D. GLASCOCK, M. STEVEN SHACKLEY, and CRAIG SKINNER (2013)    PDF
Likely Source Attribution for a Paleoindian Obsidian Graver from Northwest Louisiana. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 49:4-7.
BRADY, RYAN T. (2007)    PDF
Prehistoric Wetland Use in the Mono Lake Basin, Eastern California. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Sacramento, California.
BRALY, BOBBY R. and JEREMY L. SWEAT (2008)    PDF
An Analysis of Obsidian and Other Archaeological Materials from the Southeast Portion of Neelys Bend on the Cumberland River, Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 3:131-138.
BROWN, MORA M. (1941)    PDF
We Went to Mono Craters for Obsidian. The Desert Magazine 5(2):14-17.
BRUIJN, NATASJA DE (2006)    PDF
Lithic Landscapes and Taskscapes: Obsidian Procurement, Production and Use in West Central Sardinia, Italy. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.


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CADENA, GUADALUPE P. (2012)    PDF
Hunter-Gatherers, Mobility, and Obsidian Procurement: A View from the Malheur Headwaters, Northeast Oregon. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas.
CARIA, MARIO A., PATRICIA S. ESCOLA, JULIAN P. GOMEZ AUGIER, and MICHAEL D. GLASCOCK. (2009)    PDF
Obsidian Circulation: New Distribution Zones for the Argentinian Northwest. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 40:5-11.
CARTER, TRISTAN (1998)    PDF
'Through a Glass Darkly': Obsidian and Society in the Southern Aegean Early Bronze Age. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Institute of Archaeology,University College London, London University,.
CHERRY, JOHN F., ELISSA Z. FARRO, and LEAH MINC (2008)    PDF
Field Exploration and Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of the Obsidian Sources in Southern Armenia. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 39:3-6.
CHRISTIANSEN, ROBERT L. CHRISTIANSEN (2001)    PDF
Geology of Yellowstone National Park. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 729-G.
CIVITELLO, JAMIE A. (2006)    PDF
Fire Effects to Obsidian during the Valle Toledo Prescribed Burn. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 35:2-5.
CLELAND, JAMES H. (1988)    PDF
A Tentative Culture-Historical Sequence for the Mokelumne River Canyon. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 1:217-223.
COLEMAN, MAGEN E., JEFFREY R. FERGUSON, MICHAEL D. GLASCOCK, J. DAVID ROBERTSON, and STANLEY H. AMBROSE (2008)    PDF
A New Look at the Geochemistry of Obsidian from East Africa. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 39:11-14.
CONNOLLY, THOMAS J., CRAIG E. SKINNER, and PAUL W. BAXTER (2015)    PDF
Ancient Trade Routes for Obsidian Cliffs and Newberry Volcano Toolstone in the Pacific Northwest. In Toolstone Geography of the Pacific Northwest, edited by Terry L. Ozbun and Ron L. Adams, pp. 180-192. Archaeology Press, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia.
CONROTTO, EUGENE L. (1958)    PDF
Apache Tears in the Chuckwalla ... The Desert Magazine 21(5):11-14.
CULICOV, O.A, M. V. FRONTASYEVA, and L. DARABAN (2012)    PDF
Characterization of Obsidian Found in Romania by Neutron Activation Method. Romanian Reports in Physics 64:609-618.


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DARLING, J. ANDREW (1996)    PDF
Recent Research on Obsidian Sources in the Southern Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 15:2-5.
DAVIS, M. KATHLEEN (1994)    PDF
Bremsstrahlung Ratio Technique Applied to the Non-Destructive Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Obsidian. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 11:9-10
DAVIS, LESLIE B, STEPHEN A. AABERG, JAMES G. SCHMITT, and ANN M. JOHNSON (1995)    PDF
The Obsidian Cliff Plateau Prehistoric Lithic Source, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Selections from the Division of Cultural Resources No. 6, Rocky Mountain Region, National Park Service, Denver, Colorado.
DILLIAN, CAROLYN D. (2002)    PDF
More Than Toolstone: Differential Utilization of Glass Mountain Obsidian. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, California.
DOERING, TRAVIS F. (2002)    PDF
Obsidian Artifacts from San Andres, La Venta, Tabasco, Mexico. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.
DOUGHERTY. JOHN W. (1991)    PDF
Obsidian Consumption and Obsidian Hydration at the King-Brown Site, CA-SAC-2. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 4:4-6.
DOWDALL, KATHERINE M. (1991)    PDF
Possible Correlations Between Environmental Fluctuations and Obsidian Use at Five Mono County Sites. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 4:45-65.
DRAUCKER, ANNE C. (2007)    PDF
Geochemical Characterization of Obsidian Subsources from the Coso Range, California Using Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry as a Tool for Archaeological Investigations. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Geology, University of California, Bakersfield, California.
DUKE, DARON (2011)    PDF
If the Desert Blooms: A Technological Perspective on Paleoindian Ecology in the Great Basin from the Old River Bed, Utah. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada.
DUKE, DARON and ALEXANDER K. ROGERS (2013)    PDF
Does an Obsidian Hydration Rim Care When a Temperature Fluctuation Occurs? International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 49:8-16.


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EXEL, REINHARD (2011)    PDF
Iridescent Obsidian from the Island of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 44:9-11


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FAULL, MARK R. (2006)    PDF
Emerging Efforts to Define the Coso Obsidian Economic Exchange System in the Rose, Fremont and Antelope Valleys of the Western Mojave Desert, California. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 19:169-167.
FAULL, MARK R. (2007)    PDF
The Coso Obsidian Economy and Possible Links to Village Establishment and Cultural Transition in the Rose Valley of Eastern California. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 20:66-76.
FERGUSON, JEFFREY R. (2000)    PDF
Bone Cave: A Special-Use Site in the High Lava Plains. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Interdisciplinary Studies, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
FERGUSON, JEFFREY R. and CRAIG E. SKINNER (2003)    PDF
Colorado Obsidian? Preliminary Results of a Statewide Database of Trace Element Analysis. Southwestern Lore 69:35-50.
FERGUSON, JEFFREY R. and CRAIG E. SKINNER (2005)    PDF
Bone Cave: A Severely Disturbed Cave Site in Central Oregon. North American Archaeologist 26:221-244.
FERNEAU, JENNIFER A. and DAVID G. BIELING (1989)    PDF
Investigation of Assemblage Structure and Variation at CA-MNO-566 Near Bridgeport, Mono County, California. In Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 4:77-87.
FIEBELKORN, ROBIN B., GEORGE W. WALKER, NORMAN S. MACLEOD, EDWIN H. MCKEE, and JAMES G. SMITH (1982)    PDF
Index to K-Ar Determinations for the State of Oregon. U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 82-596. Plate.
FRAHM, ELLERY (2012)    PDF
What Constitues an Obsidian "Source"?: Landscape and Geochemical Considerations and Their Archaeological Implications. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 46:16-28.
FRAHM, ELLERY (2012)    PDF
Fifty Years of Obsidian Sourcing in the Near East: Considering the Archaeological Zeitgeist and Legacies of Renfrew, Dixon, and Cann. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 46:7-18.
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Bull Creek (Formerly AZ Unknown B), Yavapai County, Western Arizona, USA. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 33:4-7.
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Obituary: Roger Curtis Green (1932-2009) - Obsidian Studies Pioneer. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 43:5-6.
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The Paliza Canyon Source of Archaeological Obsidian in the Southern Jemez Mountains, Northern New Mexico. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 50:6-9.
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Touring Mexico for Minerals. The Desert Magazine 22(4):35-39.
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Characterization of New Zealand Obsidian Using PXRF. Journal of Archaeological Sciencee 38:45-56.
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Prehistoric Obsidian Use in the Truckee Meadows and Its Implications for Settlement Patterns Along the Sierran Front. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Sacramento, California.
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Classic Maya Obsidian Trade. American Antiquity 41:449-464.
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Five Gem and Mineral Field Trips in the Barstow Area. The Desert Magazine 23(2):39-41.
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Obsidian Studies in Oregon: An Introduction to Obsidian and An Investigation of Selected Methods of Obsidian Characterization Utilizing Obsidian Collected at Prehistoric Quarry Sites in Oregon. Unpublished Master's Terminal Project: ISIP, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
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The Occurrence, Characterization, and Prehistoric Utilization of Geologic Sources of Obsidian in Central Western Oregon: Preliminary Research Results. Unpublished report on file at the State Museum of Anthropology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
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Obsidian Research and the Pipeline Expansion Project: A 1991 View from the Pipeline. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 8:3-6.
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Obsidian Domes and Rock Art Chronologies. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 10:2.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1993)    PDF
Obsidian Characterization Laboratory Survey Results. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 9:12-17.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. (1999)    PDF
X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Artifact Obsidian from the Orr Site, Western Cascades, Clackamas County, Oregon. Report 1999-55 prepared by Northwest research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. and ANN C. BENNETT-ROGERS (1997)    PDF
The Geologic Source of an Obsidian Wealth Blade from the Whale Cove Site (35-LNC-60), Central Oregon Coast: Results of X-Ray Fluorescence Trace Element Analysis. Current Archaeological Happenings in Oregon 22(3):8-10.
SKINNER, CRAIG E., ANN C. BENNETT-ROGERS, and JENNIFER J. THATCHER (1999)    PDF
Obsidian Studies of Two Possible Wealth Blade Fragments from the Umpqua/Eden Site (35-DO-83), Central Oregon Coast: Results of X-Ray Fluorescence and Obsidian Hydration Analysis. Current Archaeological Happenings in Oregon 24(2):17-23.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. and STEPHEN C. RADOSEVICH (1991)    PDF
Holocene Volcanic Tephra in the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon: Distribution, Geochemical Characterization, and Geoarchaeological Evaluation. Report prepared for the Willamette National Forest, Eugene, Oregon, by Northwest Research, Corvallis, Oregon, and Trans-World Geology, Eugene, Oregon.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. and JENNIFER J. THATCHER (1998 - REVISED 2003)    PDF
X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis and Obsidian Hydration Rim Measurement of Artifact Obsidian from 34 Archaeological Sites Associated with the Proposed FTV Western Fiber Build Project, Deschutes, Lake, Harney, and Malheur Counties, Oregon. Report 1998-56 prepared for Northwest Archaeological Associates, Seattle, Washington, by Northwest Research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
SKINNER, CRAIG E., JENNIFER J. THATCHER, and M. KATHLEEN DAVIS (1997)    PDF
X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis and Obsidian Hydration Rim Measurement of Artifact Obsidian from 35-DS-193 and 35-DS-201, Surveyor Fire Rehabilitation Project, Deschutes National Forest, Oregon. Report 1996-33 prepared for the Deschutes National Forest, Bend, Oregon, by Northwest Research Obsidian Studies Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
SKINNER, CRAIG E. and KIMBERLY J. TREMAINE (1993)    PDF
Obsidian: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography. International Association for Obsidian Studies Occasional Paper No. 1, San Jose, California.
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The Paleoarchaic Occupations of Moonshine Spring South and Moonshadow Spring, Pershing County, Navada: Implications for Early-Period Mobility in the Great Basin. Nevada Archaeologist 29-21:57-70.
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The Dome Fire Obsidian Study: Investigating the Interaction of Heat, Hydration, and Glass Geochemistry. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
STEVENS, NATHAN E. (2002)    PDF
Prehistoric Use of the Alpine Sierra Nevada: Archaeological Investigations at Taboose Pass, Kings Canyon National Park, California. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Sacramento, California.
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Lithic Procurement Strategies Through Time: A Study of Obsidian Source Utilization in Washington County, Utah. Poster presented at the 31st Biennial Great Basin Anthropological Conference, October 8-11, 2008, Portland, Oregon.
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Obsidian Hydration Dating of Site 6-58: A Southern Coastal Cave, Easter Island, Chile. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 10:3-5.
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STEVENSON, CHRISTOPHER M., IOANNIS LIRITZIS, MARIA DIAKOSTAMATIOU, and STEVEN W. NOVAK (2002)    PDF
Investigations Towards the Hydration of Aegean Obsidian. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 2:93-109.
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Expanding the Range of PXRF to Ethnographic Collections. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin 46:9-15.
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Obsidian As A Time Keeper: An Investigation in Absolute and Relative Dating. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Cultural Resources Management, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California.
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Abusch, Tzvi Gilgamesh's Request and Siduri's Denial. Part II: An Analysis and Interpretation of an Old Babylonian Fragment about Mourning and Celebration 22 (1993) 3–17
Albenda, Pauline Expressions of Kingship in Assyrian Art 2/1 (1969) 41–52

The Burney Relief Reconsidered 2/2 (1970) 86–93

Lions on Assyrian Wall Reliefs 6 (1974) 1–27

Assyrian Carpets in Stone 10 (1978) 1–34

An Unpublished Drawing of Louvre AO 19914 in the British Museum 12 (1980) 1–8

Stone Sculpture Fragments 21 (1992) 1–12
Anthony, David W. Horses and Prehistoric Chronology of Eastern Europe and Western/Central Asia 21 (1992) 131–33
Arbeitman, Yoël E Luvia Lux 12 (1980) 9–11
Assis, Elie "The Sin at Kadesh as a Recurring Motif
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Auffret, Pierre Essai sur la structure littéraire du Psaume 61 14 (1982) 1–10

Analyse structurelle des Psaumes de M. Girard 20 (1991) 1–5

"Pourquoi dors-tu, Seigneur?"Étude structurelle du psaume 44 21 (1992) 13–33

"Conduis-moi dans ta justice!": Étude structurelle du psaume 5 23 (1995) 1–28

Comment sont tombés les héros? Étude structurelle de 2Sm 1, 19–27 24 (1996) 1–8

Dieu Juste! Etude structurelle du Psaume 7 27 (2000) 1–14

Certes il y un Dieu Jugeant sur la Terre! Etude structurelle du Psaume 58 29 (2002) 1–15

C'est l'homme droit que regardera sa face: Etude structurelle du Psaume 11 30 (2006) 1–7
Barker, Kenneth L. Proverbs 23: "To Think" or "To Serve Food?" 19 (1989) 3–8
Barnett, R. D. Monkey Business 5 (1973) 1–10
Barré, Michael L. A Note on rs 'tin the Karatepe Inscription 13 (1981) 1–3
Barzilay, Isaac From Purism to Expansionism: A Chapter in the Early History of Modern Hebrew 11 (1979) 3–15
Baumgarten, Albert A Note on the Book of Ruth 5 (1973) 11–15

Korbanand the Pharisaic Paradosis 16-17 (1984–85) 5–17
Beckman, Gary The Anatolian Myth of Illuyanka 14 (1982) 11–25
Beeston, A. F. L. The Hasean Tombstone J 1052 11 (1979) 17–18
Ben–Hayyim, Z. Mono- and Bi-syllabic Middle Guttural Nouns in Samaritan Hebrew 11 (1979) 19–29
Berlant, Stephen R. The Mysterious Ekron Goddess Revisited
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Berlin, Adele Shared Rhetorical Features in Biblical and Sumerian Literature 10 (1978) 35–42
Best, Jan Linguistic Evidence for a Phoenician Pillar Cult in Crete 20 (1991) 7–13
Bing, J. D. On the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh 7 (1975) 1–11

Gilgamesh and Lugalbanda in the Fara Period 9 (1977) 1–4

Adapa and Humanity: Mortal or Evil? 18 (1986) 1–2
Bishop, Dale L. Zarathushtra as Victor in the Verbal Contest 9 (1977) 5–9
Blau, Joseph L. Religion and the Newer Forms of Consciousness 5 (1973) 17–22
Blau, Joshua Redundant Pronominal Suffixes Denoting Intrinsic Possession 11 (1979) 31–37
Bleeker, C. J. Some Remarks on the Religious Significance of Light 5 (1973) 23–34
Bloch, Yigal Should Parallelistic Structure Be Used as Evidence for an Early Dating of Biblical Hebrew Poetry?
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Bodenstein, Susan Morgan Seal 652 1/2 (1969) 5–13
Bodine, Walter R. YBC 6996: A Name List from a Mesopotamian School 30 (2006) 9–19
Bonder, Bayla The Date of Mesha's Rebellion 3 (1970–71) 82–88
Bowman, John Word and Worship in Middle Eastern Religions 5 (1973) 35–44
Boyarin, Daniel Review of Y. Muffs, Studies in the Aramaic Legal Papyri from Elephantine 3 (1970–71) 57–62

Aramaic Notes I: Column 36 of 11QtgJb 6 (1974) 29–33
Brauner, Ronald A. "To Grasp the Hem" and 1 Samuel 15:27 6 (1974) 35–38
Bresciani, Edda Il possible nome del figlio maggiore di Nectanebo II 16-17 (1984–85) 19–21
Brunner, Christopher J. The Middle Persian Explanation of Chess and Invention of Backgammon 10 (1978) 43–51
Cachia, Pierre A Curious Maltese Variant of an Arabic Proverb 11 (1979) 39–40
Caquot, A. Observations sur la Première Tablette Magique d'Arslan Tash 5 (1973) 45–51
Casson, Lionel The World's First Museums 5 (1973) 53–57
Cazelles, Henri De l'idéologie royal orientales 5 (1973) 59–73
Cohen, Chayim The Idiom qr' bsmin Second Isaiah 1/1 (1968) 32–34

Was the P Document Secret? 1/2 (1969) 39–44

"Foam" in Hosea 10:7 2/1 (1969) 25–29

Review of K. A. Kitchen, Ancient Orient and Old Testament 2/2 (1970) 105–10

Hebrew tbh: Proposed Etymologies 4 (1972) 36–51

The "Widowed" City
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Studies in Early Israelite Poetry I: An Unrecognized Case of Three-Line Staircase Parallelism in the Song of the Sea 7 (1975) 13–17

The Ugaritic Hippiatric Texts and BAM 159 15 (1983) 1–12

The "Held Method" for Comparative Semitic Philology 19 (1989) 9–23
Cohen, Miles B. The Masoretic Accents as a Biblical Commentary 4 (1972) 2–11
Cohen, Shaye J. D. Elias J. Bickerman: An Appreciation 16-17 (1984–85) 1–3

Solomon and the Daughter of Pharaoh: Intermarriage, Conversion, and the Impurity of Women 16-17 (1984–85) 23–37
Collon, Dominique Mesopotamian Columns 2/1 (1969) 1–18
Cook, John A. The Finite Verbal Forms in Biblical Hebrew Do Express Aspect 30 (2006) 21–35
Cooper, Alan The Message of Lamentations 28 (2001) 1–18
Craghan, John F. The ARM X "Prophetic" Texts: Their Media, Style, and Structure 6 (1974) 39–57
Craig, Judith Lapkin Text and Textile in Exodus: Toward a Clearer Understanding of ma'aseh choshev 29 (2002) 17–30
Dahood, Mitchell The Breakup of Stereotyped Phrases 5 (1973) 83–89
Daly, Patricia; Hesse, Brian C.;
Perkins, Dexter, Jr.;
Animal Domestication and Species Identification 4 (1972) 79–80
Dandamayev, M. A. The Late Babylonian ambaru 16-17 (1984–85) 39–40
Daube, David The Law of Witnesses in Transferred Operation 5 (1973) 91–93
Davies, W. D. Reflections on the Spirit in the Mekilta 5 (1973) 95–105
DeGraeve, Marie–Christine See Pittman, Holly

Demsky, Aaron On Reading Ancient Inscriptions: The Monumental Aramaic Stele Fragment from Tel Dan 23 (1995) 29–35

The Name of the Goddess of Ekron: A New Reading 25 (1997) 1–5
Dijkstra, Meindert Ba'lu and His Antagonists: Some Remarks on CTA 6: v 1-6 6 (1974) 59–68
Dobbs–Allsopp, F. W. Linguistic Evidence for the Date of Lamentations 26 (1998) 1–36
Dobrusin, Deborah L. The Third Masculine Plural of the Prefixed Form of the Verb in Ugaritic 13 (1981) 5–14
Doron, Pinchas A New Look at an Old Lex 1/2 (1969) 21–27
Driver, Godfrey Rolles Affirmation by Exclamatory Negation 5 (1973) 107–14
Dunham, Sally Notes on the Relative Chronology of Early Northern Mesopotamia 15 (1983) 13–38
Dunlop, Douglas M. Relations between Norway and the Maghrib in the 7th/13th Century 11 (1979) 41–44
Elayi, Josette The Phoenician Cities in the Persian Period 12 (1980) 13–28

The Relations between Tyre and Carthage during the Persian Period 13 (1981) 15–29
Elayi, J. and A. G. Elayi A Treasure of Coins from Arwad 18 (1986) 3–24
Eliade, Mircea Notes on the Calusari 5 (1973) 111–22
Elman, Yaakov Babylonian Echoes in a Late Rabbinic Legend 4 (1972) 12–19

Authoritative Oral Tradition in Neo–Assyrian Scribal Circles 7 (1975) 19–32

An Akkadian Cognate of Hebrew sehîn 8 (1976) 33–34
Faur, José Delocutive Expressions in the Hebrew Liturgy 16-17 (1984–85) 41–54
Fleishman, Joseph The Age of Legal Maturity in Biblical Law 21 (1992) 35–48

On the Meaning of the Term melek 'ashur "The King of Assyria" in Ezra 6:22 26 (1998) 37–45

On the Significance of a Name Change and Circumcision in Genesis 17 28 (2001) 19–32
Ford, J. N. Another Look at Mandaic Incantation Bowl BM 91715 29 (2002) 31–47
Foster, Benjamin R. Humor and Cuneiform Literature 6 (1974) 69–85

Notes on Sargonic Royal Progress 12 (1980) 29–42

The Siege of Armanum 14 (1982) 27–36
Fox, Michael World Order and Ma'at: A Crooked Parallel 23 (1995) 37–48
Fox, Nili S. Clapping Hands as a Gesture of Anguish and Anger in Mesopotamia and in Israel 23 (1995) 49–60
Freedman, Leslie R. Biblical Hebrew 'rb, "to go surety," and Its Nominal Forms 19 (1989) 25–29
Freedman, R. David A New Approach to the Nuzi Sistership Contract 2/2 (1970) 77–85

Counting Formulae in the Akkadian Epics 3 (1970–71) 65–81

A New Lexical Fragment 4 (1972) 33–35

subat basti: A Robe of Splendor 4 (1972) 91–95

The Dispatch of the Reconnaissance Birds in Gilgamesh XI 5 (1973) 123–29

Cuneiform Texts in the Sacramento Vicinity 8 (1976) 35–47

Cuneiform Texts from the Piepkorn Collection, III 9 (1977) 11–25

The Father of Modern Biblical Scholarship 19 (1989) 31–38
Frisch, Amos Jeroboam and the Division of the Kingdom: Mapping Contrasting Biblical Accounts 27 (2000) 15–29
Gabba, Emilio The Holy Spirit, the Roman Senate, and Bossuet 16-17 (1984–85) 55–65
Galil, Gershon The Jerahmeelites and the Negeb of Judah 28 (2001) 33–42
Garfinkel, Stephen Another Model for Ezekiel's Abnormalities 19 (1989) 39–50

Applied Peshat: Historical–Critical Method and Religious Meaning 22 (1993) 19–28
Garrett, Jeff Review of C. H. Gordon, Evidence for the Minoan Language 1/2 (1969) 66–73
Garsoïan, Nina G. The Early-Medieval Armenian City: An Alien Element? 16-17 (1984–85) 67–83
Gaster, Theodor H. Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth: A Canaanite Charm against Snakebite 7 (1975) 33–51

An Index to the Gaster Festschrift 8 (1976) 1–31

The Ugaritic Charm against Snakebite: An Additional Note 12 (1980) 43–44
Geller, Stephen A. The Struggle at the Jabbok: the Uses of Enigma in a Biblical Narrative 14 (1982) 37–60

Cleft Sentences with Pleonastic Pronoun: A Syntactic Construction of Biblical Hebrew and Some of Its Literary Uses 20 (1991) 15–33
Geva, Shulamit A Neo-Assyrian Cylinder Seal from Beth–Shan 12 (1980) 45–49
Gevirtz, Stanley Of Syntax and Style in the "Late Biblical Hebrew"-"Old Canaanite" Connection 18 (1986) 25–29
Gilbert, Allan S. Modern Nomads and Prehistoric Pastoralists: The Limits of Analogy 7 (1975) 53–71
Ginsberg, H. L. Ugaritico-Phoenicia 5 (1973) 131–47
Goldberg, Harvey E. Cambridge in the Land of Canaan: Descent, Alliance, Circumcision, and Instruction in the Bible 24 (1996) 9–34
Goldin, Judah On the Account of the Banning of R. Eliezer ben Hyrqanus: An Analysis and Proposal 16-17 (1984–85) 85–87
Goldstein, Jonathan The Central Composition of the West Wall of the Synagogue of Dura-Europos 16-17 (1984–85) 99–142
Gosse, Bernard L'insertion de 2 Samuel 22 dans les livres de Samuel et l'influence en retour sur les titres davidiques du Psautier 27 (2000) 31–47
Gottlieb, Isaac B. Law, Love, and Redemption: Legal Connotations in the Language of Exodus 6:6-8 26 (1998) 47–57

From Formula to Expression in Some Hebrew and Aramaic Texts
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Greenfield, Jonas C. Notes on Some Aramaic and Mandaic Magic Bowls 5 (1973) 149–59

Early Aramaic Poetry 11 (1979) 45–51

"Because He/She Did Not Know Letters": Remarks on a First Millennium C.E. Legal Expression 22 (1993) 39–44
Greenstein, Edward L. Another Attestation of Initial h >' in West Semitic 5 (1973) 157–64

Two Variations of Grammatical Parallelism in Canaanite Poetry and Their Psycholinguistic Background 6 (1974) 87–105

A Phoenician Inscription in Ugaritic Script? 8 (1976) 49–57

M. M. Bravmann: A Sketch 11 (1979) 1–2

The Assimilation of Dentals and Sibilants with Pronominal s in Akkadian 12 (1980) 51–64

The Syntax of Saying "Yes" in Biblical Hebrew 19 (1989) 51–59
Greenstein, Edward L.
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The Akkadian Inscription of Idrimi 8 (1976) 59–96

Professor Moshe Held: Our Teacher 19 (1989) 1–2

Yochanan Muffs: Portrait of a Colleague and Friend 22 (1993) 1–2
Gruber, Mayer I. The Source of the Biblical Sabbath 1/2 (1969) 14–20

Review of H. J. van Dijk, Ezekiel's Prophecy on Tyre 2/1 (1969) 54–57

Akkadian laban appi in the Light of Art and Literature 7 (1975) 78–83

Breast-Feeding Practices in Biblical Israel and in Old Babylonian Mesopotamia 19 (1989) 61–83
Hallo, William W. Choice in Sumerian 5 (1973) 165–72

The Concept of Eras from Nabonassar to Seleucus 16-17 (1984–85) 143–51

For Love Is Strong as Death 22 (1993) 45–50
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A Guided Tour through Babylonian History: Cuneiform Inscriptions in the Cincinnati Art Museum 21 (1992) 49–90
Haran, Menahem Archives, Libraries, and the Order of the Biblical Books 22 (1993) 51–61
Held, Moshe Studies in Biblical Homonyms in the Light of Akkadian 3 (1970–71) 46–55

Pits and Pitfalls in Akkadian and Biblical Hebrew 5 (1973) 173–90

Hebrew ma'gal: A Study in Lexical Parallelism 6 (1974) 107–16

On Terms for Deportation in the Old Babylonian Royal Inscriptions with Special Reference to Yahdunlim 11 (1979) 53–62
Hengel, Martin Hadrians Politik gegenüber Juden und Christen 16-17 (1984–85) 153–82
Hesse, Brian C. Faunal Analysis - A Tool for Early Historic Research 3 (1970–1971) 38–45

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The 360 and 364 Day Year in Ancient Mesopotamia 24 (1996) 35–44

A Late Babylonian Tablet with Concentric Circles from the University Museum (CBS 1766) 30 (2006) 37–53
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Urim and Thummim in Light of a Psephomancy Ritual from Assur (LKA 137) 21 (1992) 95–115
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Linguistics and Poetics in Old Babylonian Literature: Mimation and Meter in Etana 27 (2000) 57–68
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A Maidenly Inanna 22 (1993) 63–68
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Dream–Theophany and the E Document 1/2 (1969) 45–54

A Note on the Text of 1 Keret 2/2 (1970) 94–100

Psalm 68:7 Revisited 4 (1972) 97–112

The Poetry of Poetic Justice 5 (1973) 255–65

Idiom, Rhetoric and the Text of Genesis 41:16 19 (1989) 85–94
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Marcus, David The Three Aleph's in Ugaritic 1/1 (1968) 50–60

Studies in Ugaritic Grammar I 1/2 (1969) 55–61

The Stative and the wawConsecutive 2/1 (1969) 37–40

Review of A. S. Kapelrud, The Violent Goddess 2/2 (1970) 111–14

The qalPassive in Ugaritic 3 (1970–71) 102–11

A Famous Analogy of Rib-Haddi 5 (1973) 281–86

The Term for 'Coffin' in the Semitic Languages 7 (1975) 85–94

Sharruludari, Son of Rukubtu, Their Former King: A Detail of Philistine Chronology 9 (1977) 27–30

Civil Liberties under Israelite and Mesopotamian Kings 10 (1978) 53–60

The Barren Woman of Psalm 113:9 and the Housewife: An Antiphrastic Dysphemism 11 (1979) 81–84

Juvenile Delinquency in the Bible and the Ancient Near East 13 (1981) 31–52

The Bargaining between Jephthah and the Elders (Judges 11:4-11) 19 (1989) 95–100

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The Mission of the Raven (Gen. 8:7) 29 (2002) 71–80
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Of Birds and Brides: A Reply to M. Lichtenstein 4 (1972) 113–17
Matison, Dahlia Review of E. Reiner, A Linguistic Analysis of Akkadian 1/1 (1968) 61–66
Mauer, Gerlinde Agriculture of the Old Babylonian Period 15 (1983) 63–78
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McHale–Moore, Rhonda The Mystery of Enheduanna's Disk 27 (2000) 69–74
Merrill, Eugene H. The "Accession Year" and Davidic Chronology 19 (1989) 101–12
van de Mieroop, Marc Nippur Texts from the Early Isin Period 18 (1986) 31–51

Old Babylonian Ur: Portrait of an Ancient Mesopotamian City 21 (1992) 119–30
Milgrom, Jacob The Rationale for Biblical Impurity 22 (1993) 107–11
Miller, Cynthia L. A Reconsideration of 'Double-Duty' Prepositions in Biblical Poetry
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Morag, Shelomo Some Notes on musawwitatin Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Literature 11 (1979) 85–90
Moran, William L. UET 6, 402: Persuasion in the Plain Style 22 (1993) 113–20
Muffs, Yochanan Two Comparative Lexical Studies 5 (1973) 287–98

The Joy of Giving (Love and Joy as Metaphors of Volition in Hebrew and Related Literatures, Part II) 11 (1979) 91–111
Murnane, William Once Again the Dates for Tuthmosis III and Amenhotep II 3 (1970–71) 1–7
Muscarella, Oscar White The Archaeological Evidence for Relations between Greece and Iran in the First Millennium B.C. 9 (1977) 31–57

Urartian Bells and Samos 10 (1978) 61–72
Nakata, Ichiro Problems of the Babylonian akîtuFestival 1/1 (1968) 41–49

Scribal Peculiarities in EA:285–290 2/1 (1969) 19–24

Mesopotamian Merchants and Their Ethos 3 (1970–71) 90–101

Annu in the Mari Texts 5 (1973) 299–307

A Further Look at the Institution of sugagutum in Mari 19 (1989) 113–18
Nemet–Nejat, Karen R. A Late Babylonian Field Plan 7 (1975) 95–101

A Bibliography for Cuneiform Mathematical Texts 19 (1989) 119–33
Neufeld, Edward Fabrication of Objects from Fish and Sea Animals in Ancient Israel 5 (1973) 309–24

The Earliest Document of a Case of Contagious Disease in Mesopotamia (Mari Tablet ARM X, 129) 18 (1986) 53–66
Noegel, Scott E. Moses and Magic: Notes on the Book of Exodus 24 (1996) 45–59

Sex, Sticks, and the Trickster in Gen. 30:31-43 25 (1997) 7–17
O'Connor, M. Northwest Semitic Designations for Elective Social Affinities 18 (1986) 67–80
Oppenheim, A. Leo A Note on sa resi 5 (1973) 325–34
Oshima, T. Marduk, the Canal Digger 30 (2006) 77–88
Pagels, Elaine H. Origen and the Prophets of Israel 5 (1973) 335–44
Paley, Samuel Review of A. L. Oppenheim, Letters from Mesopotamia 1/1 (1968) 67–71

The Entranceway Inscriptions of the "Second House" in the Northwest Palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Nimrod (Kalhu) 19 (1989) 135–47
Pardee, Dennis A Philological and Prosodic Analysis of the Ugaritic Serpent Incantation UT 607 10 (1978) 73–108
Parente, Fausto Flavius Josephus' Account of the Anti–Roman Riots Preceding the 66–70 War, and Its Relevance for the Reconstruction of Jewish Eschatology during the First Century A.D. 16-17 (1984–85) 183–205
Pattullo, Susan Jaye Additions to the Selected Bibliography for the Art of Ancient Iran 10 (1978) 109–11
Paul, Shalom M. Heavenly Tablets and the Book of Life 5 (1973) 345–53

Decoding a "Joint" Expression in Daniel 5:6, 16 22 (1993) 121–27
Perkins, Dexter, Jr. See Daly, Patricia

Piet, John Now in Archaeology: The Underground Revealed 1/1 (1968) 11–18

An Old Babylonian Crystal Seal 2/1 (1969) 30–36
Pittman, Holly, Sheridan, Mary Jane;
Porter, Barbara Adele;
De Graeve, Marie–Christine
Three Cylinder Seals of Ancient Iran 9 (1977) 59–65
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On Prose and Poetry in the Book of Job 24 (1996) 61–97

Water, Rock, and Wood: Structure and Thought Pattern in the Exodus Narrative 25 (1997) 19–42

The Oral and the Written: Syntax, Stylistics and the Development of Biblical Prose Narrative 26 (1998) 59–105

The Style of the Dialogue in Biblical Prose Narrative 28 (2001) 53–95
Porada, Edith Notes on the Sarcophagus of Ahiram 5 (1973) 354–72

Bibliography for the Art of Ancient Iran 9 (1977) 67–84

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A Reconstruction of Moabite-Israelite History 13 (1981) 67–73

On Jan Best's "Decipherment" of Minoan Linear A 14 (1982) 79–87

Baasha of Ammon 20 (1991) 57–61
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Echoes of Gideon's Ephod: An Intertextual Reading 30 (2006) 89–102
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A Fresh Look at the Dreams of the Officials and of Pharaoh in the Story of Joseph (Genesis 40-41) in the Light of Egyptian Dreams 30 (2006) 103–138
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A Note on Some Jewish Assimilationists: The Angels 16-17 (1984–85) 207–12
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Plagues and Peoples in Mesopotamia 14 (1982) 89–96
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Akkadian egerruand Hebrew bt qwl 4 (1972) 62–74

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Biblical rhmI and rhmII 19 (1989) 149–59
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ISAW Papers 11 (2016): The moon phase anomaly in the Antikythera Mechanism

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The moon phase anomaly in the Antikythera Mechanism
Christián C. Carman and Marcelo Di Cocco
ISAW Papers 11 (2016)

Abstract: The Antikythera Mechanism is a mechanical astronomical instrument that was discovered in an ancient shipwreck at the beginning of the twentieth century, made about the second century B.C. It had several pointers showing the positions of the moon and sun in the zodiac, the approximate date according to a lunisolar calendar, several subsidiary dials showing calendrical phenomena, and also predictions of eclipses. The mechanism also had a display of the Moon’s phases: a small ball, half pale and half dark, rotating with the lunar synodic period and so showing the phases of the moon. The remains of the moon phase display include a fragmentary contrate gear. According to the reconstruction offered by Michael Wright, this gear is now pointing unintentionally in the wrong direction. In this paper we offer for the first time a detailed description of the remains of the moon phase mechanism. Based on this evidence, we argue that the extant contrate gear direction is the originally intended one, and we offer a conjectural explanation for its direction as an essential part of a representation of Aristarchus’s hypothesis that half moon phase is observably displaced from exact quadrature.

Library of Congress Subjects: Antikythera mechanism (Ancient calculator); Astronomy, Greek.
Contents

    Introduction
    Section 1: the moon phase mechanism
    Section 2: the direction of the contrate gear
    Section 3: non-uniform motion of the moon phase ball
    Acknowledgements
    References
    Notes


Altertumswissenschaften in a Digital Age: Egyptology, Papyrology and beyond

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Altertumswissenschaften in a Digital Age: Egyptology, Papyrology and beyond
Edited by Monica Berti and Franziska Naether

Proceedings of a conference and workshop in Leipzig, November 4-6, 2015
Dokumente und Dateien

Hinweis

Bitte nutzen Sie beim Zitieren immer folgende Url:
http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:15-qucosa-201500
1. Chapter 1 = Research Area 1: How to Structure and Organize Data?
Workflow
1.1. Felix Schäfer (DAI Berlin, IANUS): Ein länges Leben für Deine Daten!

1.2. Simon Schweitzer (Berlin): The Text Encoding Software of the Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae

1.3. Frank Feder (Göttingen): Cataloguing and editing Coptic Biblical texts in an online database system

1.4. Tom Gheldof (Leuven): Trismegistos: identifying and aggregating metadata of Ancient World texts

1.5. Monica Berti, Franziska Naether, Julia Jushaninowa, Giuseppe G.A. Celano,
Polina Yordanova (Leipzig/Sofia/New York): The Digital Rosetta Stone: textual alignment and linguistic annotation

1.6. Camilla Di Biase-Dyson, Stefan Beyer, Nina Wagenknecht (Göttingen/Leipzig):
Annotating figurative language: Another perspective for digital Altertumswissenschaften

1.7. Jochen Tiepmar (Leipzig): Release of the MySQL based implementation of the CTS protocol

1.8. Simon Schweitzer (Berlin), Simone Gerhards (Mainz): Auf dem Weg zu einem TEI-Austauschformat für ägyptisch-koptische Texte

1.9. Nicola Reggiani (Heidelberg/Parma): The Corpus of Greek Medical Papyri and Digital Papyrology: new perspectives from an ongoing project

1.10. Marc Brose, Josephine Hensel, Gunnar Sperveslage, (Leipzig/Berlin): Von Champollion bis Erman – Lexikographiegeschichte im Digitalen Zeitalter, Projekt “Altägyptische Wörterbücher im Verbund”

1.11. Lucia Vannini (London): Virtual reunification of papyrus fragments

1.12. Matthias Schulz (Leipzig): What remains behind – on the virtual reconstruction of dismembered manuscripts

2. Chapter 2 = Research Area 2: Which Fields of Research are
Relevant? Established and Emerging Use Cases

2.1. Anne Herzberg (Berlin): Prosopographia Memphitica. Individuelle Identitäten und Kollektive Biographien einer Residenzstadt des Neuen Reiches

2.2. Felicitas Weber (Swansea): The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project: Second Millennium BCE

2.3. Holger Essler, Vincenzo Damiani (Würzburg): Anagnosis – automatisierte Buchstabenverknüpfung von Transkript und Papyrusabbildung

2.4. So Miyagawa (Göttingen/Kyoto): An Intuitive Unicode Input Method for Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Writing: Applying the Input Technology of the Japanese Writing System

2.5. Mark-Jan Nederhof (St. Andrews): OCR of hand-written transcriptions of hieroglyphic text

2.6. Svenja A. Gülden, Kyra van der Moezel (Mainz): „Altägyptische Kursivschriften“ in a digital age

2.7. Claudia Maderna-Sieben, Fabian Wespi, Jannik Korte (Heidelberg):
Deciphering Demotic Digitally 
2.8. Christopher Waß (München): Demotisch, Hieratisch und SQL: Ein Beispiel für die Anwendung von DH in der Ägyptologie

3. Chapter 3 = Research Area 3: How to Train Next Generations?
Teaching

3.1. Julia Jushaninowa (Leipzig): E-learning Kurs “Verarbeitung digitaler Daten in der Ägyptologie”

4. Chapter 4 = Research Area 4: How to Impact Society? Citizen
Science and Public Engagement


4.1. Usama Gad (Heidelberg/Cairo): The Digital Challenges and Chances: The Case of Papyri and Papyrology in Egypt

4.2. Aris Legowski (Bonn): The Project is completed! What now? The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead – A Digital Textzeugenarchiv

5. Chapter 5: Additional Papers

5.1. Rita Lucarelli, Images of Eternity in 3D. The visualization of ancient Egyptian coffins through photogrammetry

5.2. Van der Perre, Athena (Brussels): From Execration Texts to Quarry Inscriptions. Combining IR, UV and 3D-Imaging for the Documentation of Hieratic Inscriptions

6. Chapter 6: Workshops

6.1. Protocol of Workshop 1 by Franziska Naether and Felix Schäfer: Disruptive
Technologies: Feature on 3D in Egyptian Archaeology (Chair: Felix Schäfer)
with short presentations

6.2. Hassan Aglan (Luxor): 3D tombs modeling by simple tools

6.3. Rebekka Pabst (Mainz): Neue Bilder, neue Möglichkeiten. Chancen für die Ägyptologie durch das 3D-Design

6.4. Protocol of Workshop 2 by Monica Berti, Franziska Naether and Svenja A.
Gülden: Annotated Corpora: Trends and Challenges (Chair : Svenja A. Gülden)

6.5. Minutes of the Final Discussion with suggestions and decisions for the field by
Monica Berti and Franziska Naether

7. Poster Presentations

7.1. Isabelle Marthot (Universität Basel): Papyri of the University of Basel (together
with Sabine Huebner and Graham Claytor)

7.2. Isabelle Marthot (Universität Basel): University of Minnesota Project: Ancient
Lives, a crowd-sourced Citizen Science project

7.3. Uta Siffert (Universität Wien): Project Meketre: From Object to Icon (together
with Lubica Hudakova, Peter Jánosy and Claus Jurman)

7.4. Charlotte Schubert et al.: “Digital Classics Online” Journal

8. Photos of the Venue by Monica Berti, Julia Jushaninowa and
Franiska Naether



If you want to know more: Links

Check out what people tweeted and posted about and during the conference by
searching after the hashtag “#DHEgypt15” on Twitter (https://twitter.com/) and
Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/).

Institutional Homepages in Leipzig:
Digital Humanities: http://www.dh.uni-leipzig.de/wo/dhegypt15/

Egyptology: http://aegyptologisches-institut.uni-leipzig.de


Julia Jushaninowa’s Blog Report about the conference: http://www.dh.uni-leipzig.de/wo/news-announcements/

Open Access Journal: Biblica

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Biblica
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Published since 1920 by the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Biblica is a research journal and appears four times a year. 
It is dedicated to biblical studies on the Old and New Testament, and intertestamentary literature, and covers fields of research, such as exegesis, philology, and history.

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      Open Access Journal: Acropolis Restoration Service: Newsletter of the Acropolis Restoration Service of the Greek Ministry of Culture

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      Οι ενημερωτικές ειδήσεις από την αναστήλωση των μνημείων της Ακρόπολης απευθύνονται σε ένα ευρύτερο κοινό σε μία προσπάθεια να επικοινωνήσουν την πορεία των εργασιών που λαμβάνουν χώρα στην Ακρόπολη. Την ίδια στιγμή επιδιώκει να προσελκύσει και αναγνώστες με εξειδικευμένα ενδιαφέροντα που ζητούν να έχουν περισσότερη πληροφορήση για ορισμένα ειδικά θέματα που αντιμετωπίζονται κατά την εκτέλεση των έργων. Η περιοδική αυτή ενημέρωση έχει ως στόχο να καταγράψει και να διαδόσει την εμπειρία και τις γνώσεις που έχουν συσσωρευτεί στη διάρκεια όλων αυτών των χρόνων της εκτέλεσης των έργων.
      The Acropolis Restoration News is addressed to the general public interested in the progress of the works being carried out on the Acropolis. At the same time, it targets readers with a more specialised interest who would like further information on specific aspects arising in the course of the work. It is hoped that this periodical contributes to the dissemination of the experience and the valuable information that has been gathered in the archaeological and technological fields, throughout all the years this project has been under way.
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      Open Access Journal: Potsdamer Lateintage

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      Wissen in Bewegung. Institution – Iteration – Transfer (Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zur einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte, Bd. 1)

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      Wissen in Bewegung. Institution – Iteration – Transfer (Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zur einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte, Bd. 1)
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      Buchumschlag

      Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Anita Traninger (Hg.)— 2015

      Institutionen geraten normalerweise gerade nicht in den Blick, wenn es um Prozesse des Wissenswandels geht. Vielmehr ist es eine weithin geteilte Überzeugung, dass Wandel wenn, dann stets nur außerhalb dieser Kreativitätsblockierer stattfindet. Nun ist aber gerade dort, wo vermeintlich rigide und stur am Überkommenen festgehalten wird, stets auch Wandel feststellbar. Ganz offensichtlich bringen also Praktiken, die auf Wiederholung gepolt sind und so institutionelle Zusammenhänge stabilisieren sollen, zugleich auch Veränderung hervor. Dieses Zusammenspiel von Wiederholung und Veränderung wird in diesem Sammelband mit dem Begriff der ‚Iteration‘ gefasst. Die Autorinnen und Autoren zeigen anhand einer breiten Palette historischer Fallbeispiele, welche Varianten des Wechselspiels von Wiederholung und Wandel zu beobachten sind und welche Befunde sich daraus für eine transdisziplinäre Wissensgeschichte ergeben. Der Band eröffnet die Reihe „Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zu einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte“, in der die Ergebnisse der Zusammenarbeit im Sonderforschungsbereich 980, der an der Freien Universität Berlin angesiedelt ist, präsentiert werden.
      Titel Wissen in Bewegung. Institution – Iteration – Transfer
      Verfasser Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Anita Traninger (Hg.)
      Mitwirkende Beteiligte Disziplinen: Ägyptologie, Assyriologie, Germanistik, Iranistik, Islamwissenschaft, Judaistik, Kirchengeschichte, Klass. Philologie, Koreanistik, Kunstgeschichte, Medizin-, Rechts-, Religionsgeschichte, Romanische Philologie u.v.m.
      Verlag Harrassowitz
      Datum 2015
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      Erschienen in Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zur einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte, Bd. 1
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      Open Access Journal: Études et travaux / Centre d'archéologie méditerranéenne de l'Académie polonaise des sciences

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

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      Archaeology in Syria Network

      Archaeology in Syria NETWORK is created for disseminating accumulated multidisciplinary knowledge
      تم إنشاء شبكة “أركيولوجي إن سيريا” لنشر المعرفة المتراكمة متعددة التخصصات
      The main goal for creating “Archaeology in Syria” NETWORK is to connect those who are involved or interested in disseminating accumulated multidisciplinary knowledge through continuous archaeological excavation and research in the Near East in general and Syria in particular.
      الهدف الرئيسي لإنشاء شبكة “أركيولوجي إن سيريا” هو الربط بين المشاركين أو المهتمين في نشر المعرفة المتراكمة المتعددة الإختصاصات من خلال أعمال التنقيب والأبحاث الأثرية المستمرة في الشرق الأدنى بشكل عام وسوريا بشكل خاص
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      Help crowd source the Egypt Exploration Society (EES) Abydos Tomb cards Cemetery O, P, and Y archives

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      3 Egyptian Archaeology Projects: Egyptian archaeological crowd-sourcing
      This application enables the transcription of archive cards from the Egypt Exploration Society (EES) Abydos Tomb cards Cemetery O, P, and Y archives. Images will be drawn from the EES Flickr feed and redisplayed in the browser window. The EES would like the following information to be transcribed for them to create a searchable archive for their records.
      These fields are:
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      The object cards have been scanned by EES volunteers.

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