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Open Access Journal: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature

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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature
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The Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) is one of the largest postgraduate conferences in ancient literature in the UK. It attracts international speakers from all around the globe, and provides an opportunity for the worldwide postgraduate community to interact and share research. Although it is a perfect medium for PhD students in later stages of their research to receive constructive feedback, it is also an ideal first conference, as it enables students to present their work in a friendly environment, develop presentation skills and encourage professional development. In the past, papers have been published both as special issues of journals, and as collected volumes in book format. We hope to continue this tradition and offer presenters an opportunity to publish in a peer-reviewed medium.

Getty Publications Launches Free Online Catalogues In Multiple Digital Formats

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Embracing the Digital Future of Art Books

Getty Publications has inaugurated a new series of open-access collection catalogues available online, as downloadable ebooks, and in print
Getty Publications online catalogues
Getty Publications has just launched two born-digital collection catalogues exploring groups of ancient objects in the Museum’s collection: Ancient Terracottas from South Italy and Sicily and Roman Mosaics. These two titles inaugurate a series of dynamic, user-friendly, technologically robust digital publications focusing on the Getty collections that complement our many distinguished print publications.

Terracottas and Mosaics

The Terracottas catalogue, by Italian scholar Maria Lucia Ferruzza, highlights sixty notable objects and includes an annotated reference by Museum curator Claire L. Lyons to the more than 1,000 other such works in the collection.
The Roman Mosaics catalogue documents the Museum’s complete collection of these works and is published in conjunction with the exhibition Roman Mosaics across the Empire, now on view at the Villa. Curator Alexis Belis organized the exhibition and wrote the catalogue, which also has contributions by other scholars.
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The new Roman Mosaics online catalogue includes interactive maps, full-width zoomable images, and embedded glossary terms and reference illustrations.

Why Digital Catalogues?

Following the Getty Foundation’s successful Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative (OSCI), more and more museums have been looking to digital formats for their collection catalogues. Digital formats allow for greater access, more flexibility, and interactive features not possible in print books.
Several museums that were part of the OSCI project are moving forward with yet more digital catalogues. Other museums have joined these early pioneers in exploring an expanding range of ways to make scholarly research on their collections available online. The Getty itself made an early foray into online publishing with a catalogue on ancient ambers, which was released in 2012. In short, the field is embracing digital publications, and so are we.

What’s Inside?

Both publications offer features you might expect, like zoomable high-resolution images and interactive maps. But beyond these more obvious, splashy features are a number of quieter features that we hope will make a long-term contribution to digital publishing in the humanities.
An important part of our work at the Getty is to research our collections and disseminate information about them as broadly as possible. This content should be easy to find and should be preserved over the long term. But this seemingly simple mandate is actually quite complex, raising questions such as:
  • How are digital books found by readers when they live outside the traditional distribution stream, such as libraries?
  • How can an online book last decades or more, when the average lifespan for a website is more often measured in months?
  • What happens to a digital book when platforms and technologies inevitably change?
To address these questions, the team at Getty Publications built in four key features:
  • Each of these catalogues is published in multiple formats. While the primary edition is online, you can also download PDFs, ebooks for your Kindle or iPad, and image and data sets to use in your research and teaching. And for readers who prefer print, paperback copies are also available.
  • The content remains in a plain-text format and is fully accessible at the project repository (GitHub) for each publication.
  • Each publication features a permanent URL, and any revisions made are carefully documented so researchers can feel comfortable citing the work, knowing that their citations will be fully verifiable down the road.
  • These publications are issued under a Creative Commons license, continuing our efforts to make information available as widely as possible.
I hope you’ll explore the Terracottas and Roman Mosaics catalogues online, or will download them to dig into their rich content at your leisure. Look for more online publications in the coming months as our efforts continue!
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Readers can dynamically search and sort among the sixty objects in the Terracottas online catalogue, view artworks in detail, and view select objects in full 360-degree rotation.

Special Issue: Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions

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Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture
ISSN: 2165-9214
Special Issue: Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions
Guest Editors: Claire Clivaz, Paul Dilley, David Hamidović, Mladen Popović, Caroline T. Schroeder and Joseph Verheyden

Table of Contents

Introduction

Claire Clivaz
1-20

Articles

Caroline T. Schroeder
21-49
F. W. Dobbs-Allsopp, Chris Hooker, Gregory Murray
50-72
Jan Krans
73-88
James Allen Libby
89-135
David Allen Michelson
136-182
Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent
183-204
Giuliano Lancioni, N. Peter Joosse
205-227
David Joseph Wrisley
228-257

Book Reviews

Review of "Deconstructing Islamophobia in Poland", by Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska (University of Warsaw, 2014)
Ruth Tsuria
258-261
Review of "Religion in Science Fiction: The Evolution of an Idea and the Extinction of a Genre", by Steven Hrotic (Bloomsbury, 2014)
Kristin Peterson
262-265
Review of "Preaching on Wax: The Phonograph and the Shaping of Modern African American Religion", by Lerone Martin (NYU, 2014)
Denis Bekkering
266-270
Review of "Antagonism on YouTube: Metaphor in Online Discourse", by Stephen Pihlaja (Bloomsbury, 2014)
Amber Michelle Stamper
271-274
Review of "Silver Screen Buddha: Buddhism in Asian and Western Films", by Sharon Suh (Bloomsbury, 2015)
Giulia Evolvi
275-278

Open Access Journal: Cahiers des études anciennes

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 [First posted in AWOL 12 April 2010. Updated 5 May 2016]

Cahiers des études anciennes
ISSN electronic edition: 1923-2713
ISSN print edition: 0317-5065
1re de couverture du numéro XLVIII

Fondés en 1972 et dirigés jusqu’en 2004 par le professeur Pierre Senay de l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, les Cahiers des études anciennes sont la seule publication francophone du domaine en Amérique du Nord. Ils sont maintenant publiés conjointement par le Département d’études anciennes et de sciences des religions de l’Université d’Ottawa et l’Institut d’études anciennes de l’Université Laval.

Les Cahiers publient chaque année un numéro thématique placé sous les auspices d’un éditeur ad hoc, spécialiste reconnu du domaine abordé. L’éditeur s’entoure de plusieurs savants dans une perspective pluridisciplinaire : les sujets peuvent être abordés sous l’angle littéraire, historique, philologique, archéologique, philosophique, religieux, mythologique, artistique, etc. et couvrir l’ensemble de la période antique, des origines à l’Antiquité tardive. L’éditeur fait parfois appel à des écrivains, philosophes, intellectuels contemporains pour élargir le champ de la réflexion.

Cahiers d’études anciennes est une revue en libre accès. Quatre numéros sont d’ores et déjà consultables en texte intégral...

    Numéros en texte intégral


      Open Access Journal: Open Archaeology

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      ISSN: 2300-6560
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      Open Archaeology is a new, peer-reviewed, electronic-only journal that publishes original, high-quality research on all aspects of archaeology. The journal encompasses novel, interdisciplinary approaches to archaeological data including archaeological science, theory and interpretation as well as archaeological heritage management and promotion.

      The aim of Open Archaeology is to become a premier source of knowledge and a worldwide-recognized platform of exchange for scientists, without any geographical or temporal restrictions.

      Scope of the journal includes, but is not restricted to:


      • World Archaeology - discoveries and research
      • Archaeological science
      • Theory and interpretation in archaeology
      • Archaeological heritage preservation and management

      Open Access Publications in the Heidelberg Ägyptologisches Institut Repository

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      Open Access Publications in the Heidelberg Ägyptologisches Institut Repository

      Dissertations 
       Other

      Online Digital Manuscripts and Editions

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      Online Digital Manuscripts and Editions
      Compiled by Drew Longacre on his blog OTTC: A Blog for Old Testament Textual Criticism
      Please go there for updates

      Last updated 28 April 2016

      This page is a list of digital images of manuscripts and editions available online. This catalogue should be viewed as a work in progress, and I will continue to update it with new resources. It is by no means complete, but I hope it will be helpful for those looking for a one-stop portal for finding online primary resources that are significant for the study of the Old Testament text. Please post any additional sources you may be aware of in the comments, and I will incorporate them into the main list.

      Dead Sea Scrolls


      Nash Papyrus


      Medieval Jewish Hebrew Biblical Manuscripts


      Medieval Samaritan Hebrew Biblical Manuscripts

      Greek Uncial Manuscripts


      Greek Papyri
      • Chester Beatty LXX papyri (Rahlfs 961-968, 2149, 2150)

      Aramaic Targums


      Editions

      Open Access Journal: Archaeonautica

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      [First posted in AWOL 28 October 2013, updated 6 May 2016]

      Archaeonautica
      eISSN - 2117-6973
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      Archaeonautica est une collection créée en 1977 par le CNRS et le Ministère de la Culture à l’initiative de Bernard Liou. Publiée par CNRS Edition, le secrétariat de rédaction de la collection est assuré par le Centre Camille Jullian. Le but de la collection est la publication des recherches d’archéologie sous-marines ou, plus généralement, subaquatique, de la Préhistoire à l’époque moderne. Elle est aussi destinée à accueillir des études d’archéologie maritime et d’archéologie navale, d’histoire maritime et d’histoire économique.

      1977-1979


      1980-1989

      Open Access Monograph Series: Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient

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      [First posted in AWOL 1 June 2014, updated 6 May, 2016]

      Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient
      ISSN: 0766-0510
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      La collection des Travaux de la Maison de l’Orient (TMO) publie les résultats des travaux réalisés dans le cadre des thèmes de la Fédération de Recherche. Mais elle accueille également d’autres ouvrages individuels ou collectifs en rapport avec les programmes de recherche développés au sein de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, en particulier les études archéologiques et géographiques dont l’illustration nécessairement abondante trouve sa place dans ce grand format (21 x 29,7).

      See AWOL's Alphabetical List of Open Access Monograph Series in Ancient Studies

      Partially Open Access Journal: Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie, Genève

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      [First posted 29 June 2011. Updated 6 May 2016]

      Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie, Genève (BSÉG)
      ISSN: 0255-6286
      Le Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie, Genève (BSÉG) (ISSN 0255-6286) est une publication scientifique consacrée à l'Égypte ancienne, incluant tous ses aspects (archéologie, religion, histoire, langue, etc.) de la fin de la préhistoire à l'époque copte.

      Les pages du
      Bulletin sont ouvertes à tous les chercheurs et toutes les chercheuses qui désirent y publier leurs travaux (pour la présentation des manuscrits, voir les recommandations aux auteurs).

      Les articles sont acceptés en français, allemand, italien et anglais. La publication de dessins et de photographies noir/blanc est la bienvenue. Le
      Bulletin est adressé gratuitement aux membres de la Société d'Égyptologie; les numéros individuels peuvent être commandés auprès de notre secrétariat

      News: Expanding Tesserae into Late Antiquity

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      Expanding Tesserae into Late Antiquity
       
      We are working to expand the Tesserae’s Latin corpus into late antiquity. Currently, the major works of a set of more commonly read authors are available for searching on the site. See here for a list of authors or here for a list of works organized by author.

      We are also adding this set of major authors in the near future.

      Finally, we hope to add this set of even later, lesser known, or less often cited authors after some improvements of the user interface, which may include separating the numerous searchable texts by era.

      If you would like to see authors added who are not on this list, or see a particular author prioritized, please email Caitlin Diddams at acstaab@buffalo.edu.

      Open Access Monograph Series: Trismegistos Online Publications (TOP)

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      [First posted in AWOL 18 July 2014, updated 8 May 2016]

      Trismegistos Online Publications (TOP)
      This series, edited by W. Clarysse (K.U.Leuven), M. Depauw (K.U.Leuven), and formerly also the late H.J. Thissen (Universität zu Köln), aims to provide freely downloadable pdf-documents with scholarly tools based upon or providing links to the Trismegistos database.
      Contributors can send in manuscripts in Word format to mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be. The editors will decide whether the manuscript fits in the series and can be accepted for reviewing. An anonymous version of the manuscript will then be sent to two or more peers for evaluation. On the basis of their report the editors will take a decision whether to publish it in the series or not. Authors will be given the anonymous notes of the reviewers and can be asked to implement changes to their manuscript.

      TOP 1 (Click to download)
      M. Depauw, C. Arlt, M. Elebaut, A. Georgila, S.A. Gülden, H. Knuf, J. Moje, F. Naether, H. Verreth, S. Bronischewski, B. Derichs, S. Eslah, M. Kromer
      A Chronological Survey of Precisely Dated Demotic and Abnormal Hieratic Sources
      Version 1.0 (February 2007), Köln / Leuven 2008, xiii, 232 pp.
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-04


      TOP 2 (Click to download)
      H. Verreth
      A survey of toponyms in Egypt in the Graeco-Roman period
      Version 2.0 (July 2013), Köln / Leuven 2013, 1253 pp. (12 Mb).
      ISBN: To be determined (Version 1.0: 978-9-490604-0-35)
      (The old version 1.0, from September 2008, is still available as well: click here to download in pdf).


      TOP 3 (Click to download)
      H. Verreth
      The provenance of Egyptian documents from the 8th century BC till the 8th century AD
      Version 1.0 (August 2009), Köln / Leuven 2009, 314 pp. (13.3 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-28


      TOP 4 (Click to download)
      A. Benaissa
      Rural Settlements of the Oxyrhynchite Nome. A Papyrological Survey
      Version 2.0 (May 2012), Köln / Leuven 2012, 496 pp. (8.4 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-42
      (The old version 1.0, from October 2009, is still available as well: click here to download in pdf).


      TOP 5 (Click to download)
      H. Verreth
      Toponyms in Demotic and Abnormal Hieratic texts from the 8th century BC till the 5th century AD
      Version 1.0 (August 2011), Köln / Leuven 2011, 719 pp. (9.6 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-66


      TOP 6 (Click to download)
      K.A. Worp
      A New Survey of Greek, Coptic, Demotic and Latin Tabulae Preserved from Classical Antiquity
      Version 1.0 (February 2012), Leiden / Leuven 2012, 78 pp. (0.6 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-59


      TOP 7 (Click to download)
      J. Lundon
      The Scholia Minora in Homerum. An Alphabetical List
      Version 1.0 (November 2012), Köln / Leuven 2012, 250 pp. (2.0 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-94-9060-407-3


      TOP 8 (Click to download)
      Y. Broux
      Double Names in Roman Egypt: A Prosopography
      Version 1.0 (January 2015), Leuven 2015, ix & 357 pp. (2.3 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-94-9060-408-0


      TOP 9
      Y. Broux, with contributions from S. Vanbeselaere
      Spaghetti Monsters al dente. An Introduction to Network Analysis for Historians
      Leuven 2016.
      ISBN: forthcoming

      Further volumes are in preparation.

      Trismegistos Online Publications Special Series (TOP SS)

      Often a PhD thesis for some reason cannot be published immediately. In the years that follow, the authors do not find the time to revise the manuscript as they wanted. This in turn causes problems because new literature appears or the evidence of new sources needs to be incorporated. As a result, the manuscript often remains unpublished and the valuable insights risk to be inaccessible and thus lost for scholarship.
      To prevent this, Trismegistos Online Publications have decided to open up a new 'Special Series', where valuable PhD theses or other scholarly manuscripts can be published with an ISBN number.
      Contributors can send in manuscripts in Word or PDF format to mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be. The editor will consult experts about the quality of the manuscript without taking into account whether it is abreast of recent scholarly literature or developments.

      TOP SS 1 (Click to download)
      K. Geens
      Panopolis, a Nome Capital in Egypt in the Roman and Byzantine Period (ca. AD 200-600)
      Leuven 2014 [= Diss. Leuven 2007], xiii & 578 pp. (28.4 Mb).
      ISBN: 978-94-9060-409-7


      The TOP Special Series was created in 2014. Earlier manuscripts that have been made available in a similar way can be found below.
      J. France
      Theadelpheia and Euhemereia. Village History in Graeco-Roman Egypt
      Leuven, 1999 (Click here; WARNING: large file 55 Mb !! ).
      [Unpublished PhD thesis]


      K. Vandorpe
      Egyptische geografische elementen in Griekse transcriptie
      In Dutch - (English title for reference only: Egyptian geographical elements in Greek transcription)
      Leuven, 1988 (Click here; ZIP-file; after decompressing, you will get a folder containing the text itself - which has been split up in 2 parts – and an index to the text. All files are searchable PDF's. WARNING: large file 95,8 Mb !! ).
      [Unpublished Master thesis, in Dutch]
       

      H. Verreth
      The northern Sinai from the 7th century BC till the 7th century AD. A guide to the sources
      Leuven, 2006 (Click here).
      ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-11
      To open the pdf files, your computer has to have a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Some other applications can open pdf files as well, such as Preview on Mac OS X; however; the links in the pdf to the online database may not work in other applications (earlier versions of Preview e.g. do not recognize the links - this seems to have been fixed in Mac OS X 10.6 though).

      Open Access Journal: Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici sul Vicino Oriente Antico (SEL)

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      [First posted in AWOL 12 October 2009. Updated 8 May 2016] 

      Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici sul Vicino Oriente Antico (SEL)
      ISSN: 2239-5393

                                                                                                                                                                                   
      SEL is an international peer-reviewed journal that appears annually. It publishes original specialist studies on ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean cultures. Particularly welcome are contributions concerning history (of any kind, especially the history of religions) and philology (epigraphy, linguistics and the like).
      SEL è una rivista scientifica internazionale, peer-reviewed, di periodicità annuale. Pubblica studi specialistici originali sulle antiche culture vicino-orientali e mediterranee. Sono bene accetti i contributi di taglio storico (in tutte le accezioni, particolarmente quelli storico-religiosi) e filologico (epigrafici, linguistici e d’altro tipo).

      SEL es una revista científica internacional, de periodicidad anual, con evaluación por pares (peer-review). Publica estudios especializados originales sobre las antiguas culturas próximo-orientales y mediterráneas. Acepta contribuciones históricas (de todo tipo, en especial las de corte histórico-religioso) y filológicas (epigráficas, linguísticas o de otra clase).
      33 (n. s.)
      2016
      Vincenzo Bellelli – Paolo Xella (a cura di)
      Le lamine di Pyrgi. Nuovi studi sulle iscrizioni in etrusco e in fenicio nel cinquantenario della scoperta
      Double issue / numero doppio / volumen doble: SEL 32-33 (2015-2016) (exclusively in paper edition / solo in formato cartaceo / sólo en papel)
              


      31 (n. s.) 2014

      (exclusively in paper edition / solo in formato cartaceo / sólo en papel)
              
      30 (n. s.) 2013
      Paolo Xella (ed.)
      The Tophet in the Phoenician Mediterranean
      Double issue / numero doppio / volumen doble: SEL 29-30 (2012-2013) (exclusively in paper edition / solo in formato cartaceo / sólo en papel)
              
      28 (n. s.) 2011

      (exclusively in paper edition / solo in formato cartaceo / sólo en papel)
              
      272010

      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              
      262009

      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              
      252008

      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              
      242007

      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              
      232006
      Maria Rocchi – Paolo Xella – José-Ángel Zamora (a cura di)
      Gli operatori cultuali - Atti del II Incontro di studio organizzato dal "Gruppo di contatto per lo studio delle religioni mediterranee" - Roma, 10 - 11 maggio 2005
      (exclusively in paper edition / solo in formato cartaceo / sólo en papel)
              
      222005

      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)


           


              
      21
      2004


      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              
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      2003
      Paolo Xella – José-Ángel Zamora (a cura di)
      Epigrafia e Storia delle religioni. Dal documento epigrafico al problema storico-religioso (Atti dell'Incontro di studio sul tema... organizzato in collaborazione da: EEHAR (CSIC) - ICFP (CNR). Roma, EEHAR, 28 maggio 2002)
      (full-text online / testo completo online / texto completo en línea)
              

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      Open Access Journal: The Ancient Near East Today

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       [First posted in AWOL 9 April 2013, updated 8 May 2016]

      The Ancient Near East Today
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      The Ancient Near East Today. This monthly e-newsletter is a platform that disseminates ideas, insights, and discoveries to Friends of ASOR. You can become a Friend for free, you only need to register. The Ancient Near East Today is delivered to your inbox on the second Tuesday of each month and features links to exclusive contributions from scholars, a forum featuring debates on interpretations of findings from the field, and links to news, and resources. The ANE Today covers the entire Near East, and each issue presents discussions ranging from the state of biblical archaeology to archaeology after the Arab Spring.
      Sign up today!




      New In JSTOR: Revue de Qumrân

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      ISSN: 0035-1725
      Revue de Qumrân
      Revue de Qumrân was founded by Jean Carmignac in 1958. It is an International leading journal dedicated to the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the significance of these manuscripts for our understanding of the Ancient Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman period. Whether it concerns ancient Jewish or Christian litterature, history, archaeology or epigraphy.
      • Since 1958, generally recognized to be indispensable for scholarly work on the Dead Sea Scrolls;
      • Revue de Qumran is distinguished, with Dead Sea Discoveries, as the most specific journal in the field;
      • Double-blind peer review;
      • Articles of interest in English, French, German, italian or Spanish are welcome;
      • Detailed book review section dedicated to the Dead Sea Scrolls and cognate literature in every issue;
      • European Science Foundation Ranking A.
      Revue de Qumran is indexed in: ATLA Religion Database, Old Testament Abstract, Bibil, Bildi, Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem, Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Index Theologicus, Religious and Theological Abstracts, ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences).
      Coverage: 1958-2012 (Vol. 1, No. 1 (1) - Vol. 25, No. 3 (99))
      Published by: Editions Gabalda
      Moving Wall: 2 years (What is the moving wall?)

      All Issues

      2010s
      1990s
      1980s
      1970s
      1960s
      1950s
      Aee also:



      AWOL's full list of journals in JSTOR with substantial representation of the Ancient World

      The Ancient World in JSTOR

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      This is the full list of journals in JSTOR with substantial focus on the Ancient World.

      [Originally posted 6/24/09. Most recently updated 9 May 2016]

      JSTOR is not open access, but many will have access to it through institutional licenses.  JSTOR also offers a free limited-reading option, Register & Read, for those without institutional access, and has lanched JPASS - a monthly or annual pass that provides access to 1,500 journals from JSTOR's archive collection.

      The African Access Initiative eliminates archival journal fees on JSTOR across all of Africa. All not-for-profit institutions in Africa are eligible to participate, including colleges, universities, secondary schools, government and non-profit organizations, and museums.

      Eligible institutions receive unlimited free access to all archival journal content on JSTOR. This includes more than twenty archival journal collections, as well as JSTOR’s four primary source collections.


      And see also Open Access Early Journal Content In JSTOR

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                                                                            Special Issue: Teaching Augustine

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                                                                            Religions— Open Access Theology Journal
                                                                            ISSN: 2077-1444
                                                                            Religions (ISSN 2077-1444) is an international, interdisciplinary, open access journal on religions and theology, published monthly online by MDPI.
                                                                            Special Issue: Teaching Augustine

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                                                                            Religions2015, 6(3), 1107-1112; doi:10.3390/rel6031107
                                                                            Received: 4 September 2015 / Accepted: 8 September 2015 / Published: 11 September 2015
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                                                                            Religions2015, 6(3), 755-762; doi:10.3390/rel6030755
                                                                            Received: 23 January 2015 / Revised: 13 May 2015 / Accepted: 12 June 2015 / Published: 24 June 2015
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                                                                            Religions2015, 6(2), 626-637; doi:10.3390/rel6020626
                                                                            Received: 24 March 2015 / Revised: 23 April 2015 / Accepted: 4 May 2015 / Published: 11 May 2015
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                                                                            Religions2015, 6(2), 419-433; doi:10.3390/rel6020419
                                                                            Received: 12 December 2014 / Revised: 23 March 2015 / Accepted: 31 March 2015 / Published: 9 April 2015
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                                                                            Religions2015, 6(2), 404-408; doi:10.3390/rel6020404
                                                                            Received: 20 February 2015 / Revised: 26 March 2015 / Accepted: 31 March 2015 / Published: 8 April 2015
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                                                                            New Open Access Journal: Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ)

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                                                                            The Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ) is a peer-reviewed online journal that seeks to provide a platform for early-career researchers to present their findings and perspectives on cultures of the ancient world. It has its inspiration in the Munich Graduate School for Ancient Studies ‘Distant Worlds’, which currently incorporates Prehistorical Archaeology, Classical Archaeology and Philology, Byzantine Studies, Ancient History and Philosophy, Theology, Egyptology, Biblical Studies, Near Eastern Archaeology, Assyriology and Hittite Studies, Indology, Tibetology, and Sinology. The aspiration of Distant Worlds is to draw together scholars from a variety of disciplines and to engage in interdisciplinary discussion regarding broader questions surrounding the study of the ancient world. In this manner, the DWJ aims to cultivate a forum with which to engage the wider scholarly community.

                                                                            Each edition of the Journal will be centred on a specific thematic issue that can be engaged in by a diversity of disciplines and considered from a variety of methodological approaches. The individual theme therefore acts as a fulcrum around which a range of individual topics may be discussed. Each paper should engage with the specific theme in question whilst simultaneously dealing with the current issues within an individual specialism or considering broader theoretical and interdisciplinary issues. We envisage that each paper will further the broader dialogue in studies of the ancient world by engaging in critical and shared questions. It is only by the breaking of boundaries that fresh ideas can be developed; through this journal we hope to especially empower doctoral and postdoctoral scholars to voice their views at an international level.  

                                                                            No 1 (2016)

                                                                            Continuities and Changes of Meaning

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                                                                            Henry Albery, Polly Lohmann, Laurien Zurhake
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                                                                            Anthony Harding
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                                                                            Artefacts

                                                                            Marek Verčík
                                                                            11-26
                                                                            Raffaella Da Vela
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                                                                            Michael Kiefer
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                                                                            Robinson Peter Krämer
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                                                                            Fabian Heil
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                                                                            Texts

                                                                            Silvia Salin
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                                                                            Michael T. Miller
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                                                                            Nina Gschwind
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                                                                            Anastasia-Stavroula Valtadorou
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                                                                            Olivier Dufault
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                                                                            Images

                                                                            Robert Arlt, Satomi Hiyama
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                                                                            Attic Inscriptions Online Update: 110 new inscriptions

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                                                                            9 May 2016: This release brings to fruition major elements of a programme of IT development, supported by the Mellon Foundation, designed to create enhanced synergies between AIO and other relevant online resources (project TIGLIO). All translations are now encoded in Epidoc via the Leiden+ syntax. Links to online images have been installed, starting with the OhioLink and Aleshire Center websites (e.g. IG II3 1, 447), as well as links to the Pleiades mapping database (for places, e.g. IG I3 259). We have also begun installing links to the LGPN database (for persons, e.g. IG II3 1, 293, activated initially via the "Places On" button), and have for the first time included data about present locations of the inscriptions, in addition to findspots and original locations. In response to feedback from our recent survey, a source reference lookup has been introduced on the Home Page, and it is now possible to browse inscriptions not only by source reference, but by present location, publication date on AIO, monument type and inscription type. Internal links have been enhanced and links from AIO Papers to translations have been installed. The following 110 new translations have been added: decree providing for support of orphans of men killed under the oligarchy (of 411 BC?), OR 178; the remaining decrees and fragments datable to 300/299-230/29 BC, IG II3 1, 1030-1134; decrees honouring the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos, SEG 53.143 and two others; a dedication commemorating a young girl's service on the acropolis as arrephoros, IG II2 3488; and one naming a priest (of Asklepios?), IG II2 4443. Other translations and notes have been updated.
                                                                            IG II2IG II2 1034 + 1943 - Honours for the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos
                                                                            IG II2 1942 - Honours for the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos
                                                                            IG II2 3488 - Statue commemorating the service of Panarista as arrephoros
                                                                            IG II2 4443 - Base of statue erected in priesthood of Nikonides of Phlya
                                                                            IG II3 1 IG II3 1 1030 - Honours for the prytany of Leontis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1031 - Honours for the ephebes and officials
                                                                            IG II3 1 1032 - Concerning Lemnos
                                                                            IG II3 1 1033 - Citizenship for benefactors of Athenian cleruchy on Lemnos
                                                                            IG II3 1 1034 - Honours for Herakleitos of Athmonon
                                                                            IG II3 1 1035 - Honours for a citizen
                                                                            IG II3 1 1036 - Honours for a prytany
                                                                            IG II3 1 1037 - Honours for a foreigner
                                                                            IG II3 1 1038 - Citizenship
                                                                            IG II3 1 1039
                                                                            IG II3 1 1040 - Honours for a benefactor
                                                                            IG II3 1 1041 - Proxeny
                                                                            IG II3 1 1042
                                                                            IG II3 1 1043 - Honours for a courtier of the Macedonians(?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1044 - Honours for a banker
                                                                            IG II3 1 1045
                                                                            IG II3 1 1046
                                                                            IG II3 1 1047 - Honours for ephebes
                                                                            IG II3 1 1048 - Honours for ephebes
                                                                            IG II3 1 1049 - Honours for a foreigner
                                                                            IG II3 1 1050
                                                                            IG II3 1 1051 - Honours for an Athenian
                                                                            IG II3 1 1052 - Honours for officials
                                                                            IG II3 1 1053
                                                                            IG II3 1 1054 - Honours for a prytany
                                                                            IG II3 1 1055 - Honours for officials
                                                                            IG II3 1 1057
                                                                            IG II3 1 1058 - Honours for prytany of Kekropis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1059 - Concerning a report of sacred delegates (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1060 - Honorific decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1061 - Honorific decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1062 - Honours for ephebes and officials
                                                                            IG II3 1 1063 - Honours for ephebes and officials
                                                                            IG II3 1 1064 - Honours for Aischron son of Proxenos and another
                                                                            IG II3 1 1065 - Honours for the Prienians
                                                                            IG II3 1 1066 - Honours for a prytany
                                                                            IG II3 1 1067
                                                                            IG II3 1 1068
                                                                            IG II3 1 1069
                                                                            IG II3 1 1070 - Honours for prytany of Aiantis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1071 - Honours for prytany
                                                                            IG II3 1 1072
                                                                            IG II3 1 1073 - Proxeny for Apollonios of Klazomenai
                                                                            IG II3 1 1074 - Citizenship
                                                                            IG II3 1 1075
                                                                            IG II3 1 1076 - Honours for the People of Erythrai
                                                                            IG II3 1 1077 - Proxeny for military figures
                                                                            IG II3 1 1078 - Citizenship
                                                                            IG II3 1 1079
                                                                            IG II3 1 1080 - Prytany honours
                                                                            IG II3 1 1081 - Honours for the prytany of Demetrias
                                                                            IG II3 1 1082 - Honours for the prytany of Akamantis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1083 - Honours for the prytany of Akamantis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1084 - Prytany honours
                                                                            IG II3 1 1085 - Honours for the prytany of Akamantis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1086 - Honours for a prytany
                                                                            IG II3 1 1087 - Honours for prytany of Hippothontis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1088 - Honours for a prytany(?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1089
                                                                            IG II3 1 1090
                                                                            IG II3 1 1091 - Honours for a prytany (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1092 - Honours for the prytany of Kekropis (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1093 - Honours for a prytany (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1094
                                                                            IG II3 1 1095
                                                                            IG II3 1 1096
                                                                            IG II3 1 1097
                                                                            IG II3 1 1098
                                                                            IG II3 1 1099
                                                                            IG II3 1 1100
                                                                            IG II3 1 1101
                                                                            IG II3 1 1102
                                                                            IG II3 1 1103
                                                                            IG II3 1 1104
                                                                            IG II3 1 1105 - Honorific decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1106 - Honours for the prytany of Akamantis
                                                                            IG II3 1 1107 - Honorific decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1108 - Honours for a benefactor
                                                                            IG II3 1 1109
                                                                            IG II3 1 1110 - Honours for a benefactor
                                                                            IG II3 1 1111 - Decree honouring ephebes?
                                                                            IG II3 1 1112 - Decree honouring prytany or ephebes?
                                                                            IG II3 1 1113 - Honorific decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1114
                                                                            IG II3 1 1115
                                                                            IG II3 1 1116
                                                                            IG II3 1 1117
                                                                            IG II3 1 1118 - Honours for a Spartan (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1119
                                                                            IG II3 1 1120
                                                                            IG II3 1 1121
                                                                            IG II3 1 1122
                                                                            IG II3 1 1123 - Honours for the prytany of Antiochis(?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1124
                                                                            IG II3 1 1125
                                                                            IG II3 1 1126
                                                                            IG II3 1 1127
                                                                            IG II3 1 1128 - Honours for ephebes (?)
                                                                            IG II3 1 1129
                                                                            IG II3 1 1130
                                                                            IG II3 1 1131
                                                                            IG II3 1 1132 - Honorifc decree
                                                                            IG II3 1 1133
                                                                            IG II3 1 1134 - Honorific decree?
                                                                            SEGSEG 53.143 - Honours for the girls who worked the wool for Athena's peplos
                                                                            Matthaiou, Ta en tei stelei Matthaiou, Ta en tei stelei 71-81 - Support for orphans of men killed under the oligarchy, ca. 410 BC?

                                                                            Tropis: International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity Proceedings Online

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                                                                            Tropis (altgriechisch τρόπιςSchiffskiel“) ist eine Serie von Tagungsbänden zum antikenSchiffbau. Die Reihe publiziert die Beiträge einer Serie von interdisziplinären Symposien namens International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, die von 1985 bis 2008 in unregelmäßigen Abständen vom Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition veranstaltet wurden und an der internationale Unterwasserarchäologen, Klassische Altertumsforscher und weitere Wissenschaftler teilnahmen. Die Beiträge sind hauptsächlich auf Englisch oder Französisch verfasst. Tropis wird von Harry Tzalas, dem Präsidenten des Institutes, herausgegeben und ist teilweise vom griechischen Kulturministerium finanziert. Bislang sind die Bände I bis VII erschienen, die Bände VIII bis X wurden bisher nicht veröffentlicht. [Via Wikipedia]
                                                                            Please browse the links below to view and download full volumes of the proceedings of the Tropis Conferences I-VII.