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New Open Access Journal: Egiptología 2.0

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Egiptología 2.0
ISSN: 2444-6254
Egiptología 2.0
Egiptología 2.0 es una revista on-line gratuita y sin ánimo de lucro de carácter egiptológico.

Su periodicidad es trimestral y tiene como objetivo compartir y divulgar de forma didáctica y amena el arte, la historia y la cultura del antiguo Egipto, publicando las noticias de relevancia, artículos de investigación, estudio de piezas, información sobre exposiciones, eventos, novedades editoriales… etc.

Hanghaus 2 in Ephesos Volumes Online

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Hanghaus 2 in Ephesos Volumes Online

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Hanghaus 2 in Ephesos. Die Wohneinheit 7, Textband 2

Rathmayr, ElisabethSubjects:HumanitiesArchaeologyArchaeology by period / region__Classical Greek and Roman archaeology

The artsArchitectureResidential buildings, domestic buildings__Houses, apartments, flats, etc

HumanitiesHistoryHistory: earliest times to present day__Ancient history: to c 500 CE

HumanitiesReligion and beliefsOther non-Christian religions__Ancient religions and mythologies

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Hanghaus 2 in Ephesos. Die Wohneinheit 6. Textband II

Thür, Hilke& Rathmayr, ElisabethSubjects:HumanitiesArchaeologyArchaeology by period / region__Classical Greek and Roman archaeology

The artsArchitectureResidential buildings, domestic buildings__Houses, apartments, flats, etc

HumanitiesHistoryHistory: earliest times to present day__Ancient history: to c 500 CE

HumanitiesReligion and beliefsOther non-Christian religions__Ancient religions and mythologies

 

Open Access Journal: Antiguo Oriente: Cuadernos del Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente

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[First posted in AWOL 16 February 2012. Updated 2 July 2016]

Antiguo Oriente: Cuadernos del Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente
ISSN: 1667-9202
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Antiguo Oriente (abbreviated as AntOr) is the annual, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal published by the CEHAO. The journal publishes manuscripts related to the history of societies of the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Paleolithic through the Roman-Hellenistic period. Antiguo Oriente publishes articles and book reviews in Spanish, English and French. The journal is indexed in BiBIL, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; CLASE, Universidad Autónoma de México; DIALNET, Universidad de La Rioja, Spain; EBSCO, USA; Google Scholar; LATINDEX (catálogo), Mexico; Old Testament Abstracts (OTA), USA; RAMBI, Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Israel; RefDoc, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, France; and the Núcleo Básico de Publicaciones Periódicas Científicas y Tecnológicas Argentinas (CONICET).
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2009 vol. 7
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Open Access Monograph Series: ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE

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[First posted in AWOL 7 April 2012, updated 2 July 2016]

ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE
The focus of this ambitious series is on the ancient Near East, including ancient Israel and its literature, from the early Neolithic to the early Hellenistic eras. Studies that are heavily philological or archaeological are both suited to this series, and can take full advantage of the hypertext capabilities of “born digital” publication. Multiple author and edited volumes as well as monographs are accepted. Proposals and manuscripts may be submitted in either English or Spanish. Manuscripts are peer reviewed by at least two scholars in the area before acceptance. Published volumes will be held to the high scholarly standards of the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente. The partnership between the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente was initiated under the auspices of SBL’s International Cooperation Initiative (ICI) and represents the type of international scholarly exchange that is the goal of ICI. 


Published Volumes:
Priests and Cults in the Book of the Twelve
Edited by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, ANEM 14, 2016
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Political Memory in and after the Persian Empire
edited by Jason M. Silverman and Caroline Waerzeggers, ANEM 13, 2015
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Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible: Methodological Perspectives on Philological and Comparative Study of the Hebrew Bible in Honor of Jo Ann Hackett
edited by Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron D. Rubin, ANEM 12, 2015
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Disembodied Souls: The Nefesh in Israel and Kindred Spirits in the Ancient Near East, with an Appendix on the Katumuwa Inscription
by Richard C. Steiner, ANEM 11, 2015
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The Book of the Twelve and the New Form Criticism
edited by Mark J. Boda, Michael H. Floyd, and Colin M. Toffelmire, ANEM 10, 2015
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Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew: Steps Toward an Integrated Approach  
by Robert Rezetko and Ian Young, ANEM 9, 2014
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Israel and the Assyrians: Deuteronomy, the Succession Treaty of Esarhaddon, and the Nature of Subversion  
by C. L. Crouch, ANEM 8, 2014
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Divination, Politics, and Ancient Near Eastern Empires  
edited by Alan Lenzi and Jonathan Stökl, ANEM 7, 2014
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Deuteronomy-Kings as Emerging Authoritative Books: A Conversation  
edited by Diana V. Edelman, ANEM 6, 2014
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The Forgotten Kingdom: The Archaeology and History of Northern Israel 
by Israel Finkelstein, ANEM 5, 2013
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Constructs of Prophecy in the Former and Latter Prophets and Other Texts 
edited by Lester L. Grabbe and Martti Nissinen, ANEM 4, 2011
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Reading Akkadian Prayers and Hymns: An Introduction 
Alan Lenzi, ANEM 3, 2011
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corrigenda
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El Intercambio de Bienes entre Egipto y Asia Anterior: Desde el reinado de Tuthmosis III hasta el de Akhenaton 
Graciela Gestoso Singer, ANEM 2, 2008
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Centro y periferia en el mundo antiguo: El Negev y sus interacciones con Egipto, Asiria, y el Levante en la Edad del Hierro (1200-586 a.C.)
Juan Manuel Tebes, ANEM 1, 2008
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Open Access Journal: De Rebus Antiquis

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[First posted in AWOL 20 December 2011. Updated 3 July 2016]

De Rebus Antiquis
ISSN 2250-4923
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DE REBUS ANTIQUIS es la publicación electrónica del Proyecto de Estudios Históricos Grecorromanos (PEHG) del Departamento de Historia de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad Católica Argentina.
Esta revista ha nacido con el objeto de dar marco institucional para la publicación de todas aquellas investigaciones de especialistas en esta área del conocimiento y gestar así un ámbito de debate en las temáticas y líneas de investigación más novedosas del tema que nos convoca.
Hemos elegido el formato electrónico para garantizar el ágil acceso a sus contenidos a cualquier especialista interesado como un rápido alcance nacional e internacional a sus articulistas. Asimismo, desde la perspectiva histórica, convocamos el aporte de otras áreas del conocimiento como la Ciencia Política, la Antropología, la Sociología, la Economía, las Letras, la Filosofía, etc., que son bienvenidos a participar y nos ayudarán a satisfacer las exigencias que implica el conocimiento interdisciplinario.

Año V, Num. 5 / 2015





Año I, Núm.1 / 2011

Año II, Núm. 2 / 2012

Año III, Núm.3 / 2013



The Byzantine Greek New Testament (BGNT)

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The Byzantine Greek New Testament (BGNT)
The Byzantine Greek New Testament (BGNT), is a new scholarly edition of the Greek New Testament. The BGNT base text is compiled from a consensus of readings from the Byzantine Kr or family 35 textform. It will serve as the comparison base text for both our online and future printed edition of the BGNT.
In the future, CSPMT will be adding to the BGNT a online critical apparatus. It will include variant readings from  various manuscripts from most of the significant Byzantine text groups of the Greek NT. In addition, several lectionary manuscripts and editions will be included in the critical apparatus. The major Byzantine Church Fathers and commentators will be cited. Readings from the Orthodox Antoniades Greek New Testament will be cited for the first time in a critical edition apparatus along with the Textus Receptus and other critical text editions and manuscripts for comparison.
The main objectives of the online BGNT edition are, to provide a online edition of the Byzantine Greek NT with critical apparatus for manuscript comparison and study. In addition, to offer a comprehensive traditional text edition with a manuscript based critical apparatus without exclusion of important Byzantine texttype witnesses. Our future hardcopy BGNT edition will allow for easy comparison of various Byzantine text manuscripts compared with other text forms of the Greek NT.

BGNT PDF

The BGNT text is available as a single file download in pdf format. Click the link below to start your download.

Books

The Center for Study and Preservation of the Majority Text (CSPMT)

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The Center for Study and Preservation of the Majority Text (CSPMT)
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The Center for Study and Preservation of the Majority Text (CSPMT) is an organization dedicated to scholarly study, research and preservation of Byzantine Greek New Testament manuscripts. This textual tradition is found in various printed editions in the West and is also preserved in the Greek New Testament and lectionary text of the Orthodox church. 

Our board members at CSPMT are leading ecclesiastical officials, pastors and textual scholars from various traditions which uphold the Byzantine text of the Greek New Testament. At CSPMT we are dedicated in sharing this rich legacy with scholars, clergy and other interested parties.

Open Access Journal: Eidolon: A Modern Way to Write about the Ancient World

Polonsky Foundation Digital Project: A Collaboration Between the Bodleian Libraries and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

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[First posted in AWOL 3 December 2013, updated 4 July 2016]

Polonsky Foundation Digital Project: A Collaboration Between the Bodleian Libraries and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana 
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The Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (Vatican Library) have joined efforts in a landmark digitization project with the aim of opening up their repositories of ancient texts. Over the course of the next four years, 1.5 million pages from their remarkable collections will be made freely available online to researchers and to the general public.

The initiative has been made possible by a £2 million award from the Polonsky Foundation. Dr Leonard Polonsky, who is committed to democratizing access to information, sees the increase of digital access to these two library collections — among the greatest in the world — as a significant step in sharing intellectual resources on a global scale.

Dr Polonsky said: ‘Twenty-first-century technology provides the opportunity for collaborations between cultural institutions in the way they manage, disseminate and make available for research the information, knowledge and expertise they hold. I am pleased to support this exciting new project where the Bodleian Libraries and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana will make important collections accessible to scholars and the general public worldwide.’

The digitization project will focus on three main groups of texts: Hebrew manuscripts, Greek manuscripts, and incunabula, or 15th-century printed books. These groups have been chosen for their scholarly importance and for the strength of their collections in both libraries, and they will include both religious and secular texts. For the launch of the project, however, the two libraries have focused on bringing to light a smaller group of Bibles and biblical commentaries, each of which has been chosen for its particular historical importance.



Open Access Book: Heritage Regimes and the State

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Heritage Regimes and the State
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Bendix, Regina F.Eggert, Aditya & Peselmann, Arnika
Publisher Universitätsverlag Göttingen
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Subjects Society and social sciences
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What happens when UNESCO heritage conventions are ratified by a state? How do UNESCO’s global efforts interact with preexisting local, regional and state efforts to conserve or promote culture? What new institutions emerge to address the mandate? The contributors to this volume focus on the work of translation and interpretation that ensues once heritage conventions are ratified and implemented. With seventeen case studies from Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and China, the volume provides comparative evidence for the divergent heritage regimes generated in states that differ in history and political organization. The cases illustrate how UNESCO’s aspiration to honor and celebrate cultural diversity diversifies itself. The very effort to adopt a global heritage regime forces myriad adaptations to particular state and interstate modalities of building and managing heritage.
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Keywords J
Language English
ISBN 9783863951221
Rights http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/de

Open Access Journal: Comptabilité(S) : revue d'histoire des comptabilités

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Comptabilité(S) : revue d'histoire des comptabilités
ISSN: 1775-3554
Présentation
La revue accueille toute recherche portant sur l’histoire et l’archéologie des documents comptables, des institutions qui les commanditent et des personnes qui les réalisent. Elle reçoit dossiers thématiques, articles de fonds et méthodologiques, éditions commentées de documents, comptes-rendus de thèses, de rencontres et d’ouvrages, notes d’actualités. Elle publie des textes dans toutes les langues européennes et les accompagne de résumés en français, anglais, allemand, espagnol.


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List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

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[The version history of this list is at: Updates on the list of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies]

This list includes 1640titles

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Open Access Journal: ‘Atiqot

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 [First posted 10/31/10, most recently updated 5 July 2016]

‘Atiqot 
[Open Access after registration]
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'Atiqot is the refereed journal of the Israel Antiquities Authority. It is published four times a year. The contents of the printed version is uploaded to the e-journal website. No changes are made to articles post-publication. The printed journal is available via the IAA website.

For details on how to submit, see our Guide to Contributors.

Range of Topics.‘Atiqot covers a large chronological span, from prehistory up to the Ottoman period. Excavations are studied from various aspects and disciplines—often the result of the close interaction between researchers of the IAA and outside specialists. Thus, a report should include, in addition to the stratigraphic analysis, comprehensive treatments of the archaeological data, including studies of the various groups of finds, such as ceramics, glass, stone and metal objects, coins, jewelry, textiles, etc., as well as the geological, botanical, faunal and anthropological evidence. Laboratory analyses, such as petrography, radiocarbon dating and metallurgy, should be included where relevant.

The archaeological data published in ‘Atiqot are not confined to a specific range of periods or topics, but to a geographical area—the Land of Israel—which has been influenced by almost every ancient culture that existed in the Levant. The journal thus presents comprehensive research on the region and its connections with the neighboring countries. The publication is devoted to final reports and shorter articles, although occasionally a volume is dedicated to a particular topic (e.g., burial caves, agricultural installations), period (e.g., prehistoric, Islamic) or site (e.g., Acre, Jerusalem).

Excavation Reports. The papers published in ‘Atiqot are primarily the result of salvage excavations conducted by the IAA. Their results are sometimes unexpectedly important, filling in gaps that could not be understood by localized studies of the larger tells. ‘Atiqot is one of the few vehicles for imparting this important data and therefore a primary asset to any scholar in archaeology.

Bilingual Journal. The journal is bilingual, publishing articles in English or Hebrew; all Hebrew reports are accompanied by English summaries keyed to illustrations in the main text.
‘Atiqot 85 (2016) ISBN 978-965-406-541-2
  • Lod (Newe Yaraq): A Late Roman Pottery Kiln and Pottery Neolithic A (Jericho IX/Lodian) Remains (with contributions by Anat Cohen-Weinberger, Tamar Schick, Hamoudi Khalaily and Moshe Sade)
    (pp. 1–36)
    Edwin C.M. van den Brink and Catherine Commenge
    Keywords: Lod Basin, lower Shephelah, coastal plain, Ayyalon streambed, pottery production, technology, praefurnium, Lyddan jars, petrography, textile, flints, animal bones, fauna, economy, roof tile, stone vessel (qalal), Jewish population, Chalcolithic, Early Bronze Age I, Middle Bronze Age II, Late Bronze Age II, Iron Age I, Persian period
  • Remains of the Wadi Rabah Culture and the Early Bronze Age IA–B at ‘En Esur (‘Ein Assawir), Area I (with a contribution by Yossi Nagar) (Hebrew, pp. 1*–21*; English summary, p. 103)
    Eli Yannai
    Keywords: architecture, typology, anthropology, burial
  • Remains of the Wadi Rabah Culture, Early Bronze Age IB and the Intermediate Bronze Age at ‘En Esur (‘Ein Assawir), Area J (Hebrew, pp. 23*–43*; English summary, pp. 104–106)
    Eli Yannai
    Keywords: architecture, typology
  • An Early Bronze Age IB–II Settlement at Abu Qurinat (Hebrew, pp. 45*–55*; English summary, p. 107)
    Svetlana Talis
    Keywords: Negev, domestic architecture, pottery, typology, flint, grinding tools
  • An Intermediate Bronze Age Cemetery at Qanat el-Ja‘’ar, near ‘En Ha-Naziv (Hebrew, pp. 57*–86*; English summary, p. 108)
    Zach Horowitz
    Keywords: Bet She’an Valley, cemetery, burial goods, burial customs, interred, anthropology, typology, metal artifacts.
    • Anthropological Remains from the Cemetery at Qanat el-Ja‘’ar (Hebrew, pp. 87*–89*; English summary, p. 109)
      Yossi Nagar
      Keywords: Bet She’an Valley, cemetery, burial customs, anthropology, population
  • Remains from Iron Age IIB until the Ottoman Period at I‘billin (Hebrew, pp. 91*–126*; English summary, pp. 110–111)
    Rafeh Abu-Raya
    Keywords: western Galilee, ethnicity, Christianity, Judaism, population, burial, quarry, iron trowel, Persian, Hellenistic, Late Roman, Umayyad, Abbasid, Fatimid, Crusader, Mamluk
    • The Glass Finds from I‘billin (Hebrew, pp. 127*–131*; English summary, p. 112)
      Yael Gorin-Rosen
      Keywords: western Galilee, glass production, furnace
    • Coins from I‘billin (pp. 101–102)
      Robert Kool
      Keywords: numismatics
  • Excavations near the Triple Gate of the Temple Mount, Jerusalem (pp. 37–95)
    Yuval Baruch and Ronny Reich
    Keywords: Second Temple period, King Herod, Umayyad buildings, miqweh, piazza, water channel, latrine, pottery, stone objects, figurine, inscription, numismatics, art, Josephus, Mishna, Iron Age II
    • Coins from the Excavations near the Triple Gate of the Temple Mount, Jerusalem (pp. 97–100)
      Donald T. Ariel
      Keywords: numismatics
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    Open Access Journal: Entangled Religions: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Religious Contact and Transfer

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    Entangled Religions: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Religious Contact and Transfer
    Entangled Religions (ER) is a peer reviewed online periodical that complements the book series “Dynamics in the History of Religions” (DHR) published with Brill. Entangled Religions is dedicated to channeling research on religious contact and transfer in past and present times into a single journal to open up innovative ways of conceptualizing the history of religions. It aims at contributing to a better understanding of the interdependence of religious traditions, of processes of religious transfer as well as of formally and semantically varying borders between religion and other societal fields.
    The so-called world religions and other religious traditions are not, and have hardly ever been, homogeneous. Nor have they formed or evolved in isolation. The study of Religions, however, has been split into different fields for contingent reasons.This is a disadvantage especially with regard to topics relating to cross- and trans-religious processes whose research requires the joined expertise of different philologies and area studies.
    Here, Entangled Religions offers common ground: It provides a platform which brings together scholars of various academic specializations – ranging from philologies to the social sciences – and incorporates historical as well as contemporary research.
    With the objective of overcoming cultural stereotypes and their ideological abuse, the journal Entangled Religions focuses on the crucial role of mutual encounters for the origins, development and internal differentiation of religious traditions. We also examine interactions with other societal fields such as politics, economics, law, arts, medicine, and social care.
    The studies published in ER are conducted in an interplay of theory-building and empirical studies, of object language and meta-language. ER aims at bridging academic meta-discourses on religion with religious discourses and religious self-descriptions. Thus, both scholarly theorizing disconnected from empirical data and atheoretical or naïve positivism can be avoided.
    We set out to scrutinize interconnected processes of self-perception and perception by others, as well as phenomena of adaption and demarcation. Contributions to our journal examine how these phenomena become important factors in the historical dynamics of both the regional and the increasingly globalized religious fields, whose outer borders are constituted by both distinctions from and relations with other societal rationalities.
    Presenting research on dynamics resulting from the interaction of idealtypically conceptualized religious traditions and their manifestations in the self-imagination of these traditions, the journal Entangled Religions creates systematic reference points which allow for the integration of diachronically and synchronically compared material into a general history of religions.


    New Open Access Journal: Newsletter of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities

    Open Access Monograph Series: Seleucia on the Tigris

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    New Open Access Journal: Indian Journal of Archaeology

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    Indian Journal of Archaeology
    ISSN: 2455-2798
    Indian Journal of Archaeology (ISSN 2455-2798) has multi disciplinary approach to Archaeological and Historical researches. It promotes educational research platform providing individuals ideal opportunity to present the data and ideas they have accumulated. It is designed to bring people, studying and doing research in Archaeology,around the globe,on one platform and work in the direction of resolving the core issues by collating and analyzing hard empirical data.

    Our Objectives...


    I- We want to make the new data, with all minute details, available to the academia by publishing research papers and studies of Scholars. The Scholars may be anybody from academician to self-taught person who is not pursuing a career in teaching or research. II- To address vital issues related to Indian Archaeology and to evolve the new techniques and methodologies in archaeological and historical researches.
    III- To organize and impart training and guidance to persons keenly interested in the field of Archaeology and History.
    IV- To prepare a forum where archaeological data of individual sites can be placed for wider circulation and discussion.
    V- The Organization entitled “National Trust for Promotion of Knowledge” which is publishing the journal (IJA) is dedicated to disseminate state-of-the-art knowledge among the people. It aims at making the catchment area from where we pick up the Researchers, larger. The purpose is making their creative participation in the process of evolution and generation of knowledge.

    Current Issue

    April,2016Download Complete Issue

    S.No. Title Author Page No. Posted On Abstract
    1 Editorial Chief Editor ii 15/04/2016
    2 Excavations at Hetapatti 2011, Exploration and analysis J. N. Pal 1-7 15/04/2016
    3 Excavations at Naimisharanya D. P. Tewari 8-64 15/04/2016
    4 Searching footprints of Buddha: Archaeological Investigations at Nalanda Dr. G.K. Lama 65-81 15/04/2016
    5 Coins of District Sitapur and Banda Yashwant Singh Rathore 82-118 15/04/2016
    6 Archeological Gazetteer of District Sitapur (Part-1) Vijay Kumar 119-329 15/04/2016
    7 Temple remains from District Chitrakut Rajendra Yadav 330-344 15/04/2016
    8 Lal Mahal at Bari, Rajasthan Dr. M.K. Pundhir 345-360 15/04/2016
    9 Lucknow Monuments, Problems & Solutions Roshan Taqui 361-377 15/04/2016

    Archive



    January,2016Download Complete Issue
    S.No Title Author PageNo Posted On Abstract
    1 Editorial Chief Editor ii 15/01/2016
    2 Copper Hoard Antiquities in Kailash Deep Shikhar Sangrahalaya Meerut Satish Jain 1-28 15/01/2016
    3 Copper Hoard Antiquities in Shahjad Rai Research Institute Amit Jain 29-59 15/01/2016
    4 Coins from District Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh Prashant Srivastva & Shamoon Ahmad 60-89 15/01/2016
    5 New Kaliñjar Inscriptions Vijay Kumar, Alok Ranjan & Krishna Murti 90-99 15/01/2016
    6 Nilkaṇṭha Temple Kāliñjara Vijay Kumar 100-372 15/01/2016
    7 A Mosque in the fort of Ranthambhor, A Study in Lodi Structure Dr. M.K. Pundhir 373-381 15/01/2016
    8 A Mughal Bridge of Saharanpur District Dr. Husam Haider 382-389 15/01/2016

    The John Garstang Collection

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    The John Garstang Collection
    This material is held at

    University of Liverpool: Garstang Museum of Archaeology
    Reference Number(s) GB 3431 JG
    Dates of Creation [1890]-2002
    Name of Creator Garstang, John, 1878-1956, Archaeologist
    Language of Material English German Egyptian (Ancient) French Greek (Ancient) Hittite Latin Nubian languages Sumerian
    Physical Description Approx. 2 filing cabinets; 60 photograph albums; and 56 boxes of negatives

    Scope and Content

    The records of John Garstang including:
    • general papers and records of his early excavations, 1899-1907, (JG/1);
    • papers regarding the excavation of Beni Hasan, 1902-1904 (JG/2);
    • papers regarding Edfu Excavation Fund expedition, 1904-1905, (JG/3);
    • papers regarding the excavation of Esna, 1904-1906, and the survey of Nubia sites, 1906, (JG/4);
    • papers regarding the excavation of Abydos, 1906-1909, (JG/5);
    • records relating to Garstang's Near Eastern expeditions, 1907-1911 (JG/6);
    • papers regarding the excavation of Meroë, 1909-1914 (JG/7);
    • papers regarding the excavations at Jericho, 1930-1939, (JG/8);
    • papers regarding his excavations at Negada, (JG/9).
    Many of these series also include later research at the Museum by researchers using the collection.The collection also contains photographic collections created during John Garstang's excavations and other collections attributed to Garstang including:
    • photographic archive of the Abydos excavations, 1906-1909 (JG/A)[listed];
    • photographic archive of the Beni Hasan excavations, 1902-1904, (JG/B), [listed];
    • photographic archive of the Esna excavations, 1905-1906, (JG/E), [listed];
    • photographic archive of excavations at Bet Khallaf and Mahasna, 1900-1901, (JG/F) [catalogued];
    • misc. photographic materials: 'Garstangania', (JG/G), [listed];
    • photographic archives of the Hierakonpolis and Hissayeh excavations, 1904-1906, (JG/H), [listed];
    • photographic archive of the survey of Hittite sites in Anatolia, 1907, (JG/HIT) [catalogued];
    • photographic archive of excavations in Nubia, 1906, (JG/K), [catalogued];
    • photographic archive of the excavation of Meroë. 1909-1914, (JG/M) [catalogued];
    • photographic archive the excavation at Naqada, 1904-1905, (JG/N), [listed];
    • photographic archive of 'Tombs of the Third Dynasty at Reqaqnah and Bet Khallaf', 1900-1902, (JG/R), [catalogued];
    • photographic archive of the excavation at Sakje Geuzi (Sakçagözü), 1908-1911, (JG/SG), [catalogued];
    • Misc. near eastern negatives, (JG/X), [catalogued];
    • Misc. Egyptian negatives, (JG/Z), [listed].
    JG - The John Garstang Collection

    The Future of the Past: From Amphipolis to Mosul, New Approaches to Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Eastern Mediterranean

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    Edited by Konstantinos Chalikias, Maggie Beeler, Ariel Pearce, and Steve Renette
    The volume presents the proceedings of the conference “The Future of the Past” held at the UPenn Museum on April 10th and 11th, 2015.
    Read The Future of the Past

    List of Chapters

    The Future of the Past: From Amphipolis to Mosul, New Approaches to Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Eastern Mediterranean
    Konstantinos Chalikias, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Maggie Beeler, Bryn Mawr College
    Go, Do Good! Responsibility and the Future of Cultural Heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 21st Century
    Morag M. Kersel, DePaul University
    Contested Antiquities, Contested Histories: The City of David as an Example
    Rannfrid I. Thelle, Wichita State University
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    Orientalia: Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan

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     [First posted in AWOL 14 August 2011. Updated 7 July 2016]

    Orientalia: Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan
    Il y a soixante ans, Jean Leclant donnait la première livraison de sa chronique archéologique dans la rubrique Nuntii personarum et rerum des Orientalia, sous le titre « Compte rendu des fouilles et travaux menés en Égypte ». La coupure de la seconde guerre mondiale se refermait et l’activité archéologique connaissait un renouveau que les premiers temps du nassérisme n’allaient, hélas ! pas tarder à mettre à nouveau en sommeil, jusqu’à ce que le sauvetage des monuments de Nubie relance la coopération internationale sur les rives du Nil. La chronique, elle, n’a pas failli à rendre compte, année après année, de la recherche archéologique, figeant son titre, après quelques brèves hésitations, en «Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan».

    En 1985, Gisèle Clerc s’associa à Jean Leclant, puis, de 1998 à 2001, Anne Minault-Gout. En 2003, j’ai pris la suite, avec l’aide d’Emad Adly ; Alain Arnaudiès nous a rejoints en 2006. Parallèlement à la préparation du rapport annuel des Orientalia, nous poursuivons, Emad Adly et moi-même, la publication du Bulletin d’Information archéologique, que nous avons créé, il y a maintenant plus de vingt ans, reprenant le flambeau que m’avait alors transmis la regrettée Carla Burri, qui avait rédigé pendant 17 ans son précieux Bollettino di informazione, dont le BIA a repris le nom, en témoignage de gratitude. 

    Le propos des deux entreprises est, au moins à l’origine, très proche. Le Bolletino visait à faire circuler l’information dans la communauté des archéologues et chercheurs travaillant en Égypte ; la chronique des Orientalia donne, elle, une information plus technique, fondée sur les rapports transmis par les acteurs de la recherche, augmentés d’une collecte bibliographique. Le BIA a élargi la revue de presse, la classant par thèmes et l’indexant, reposant ainsi sur un travail éditorial plus soutenu. 

    Entre ces deux niveaux se situent les rapports fournis par les institutions travaillant, dans le domaine de l’archéologie essentiellement, mais pas seulement, en Égypte et au Soudan. Ce niveau intermédiaire est celui qui a le plus bénéficié ces dernières années des possibilités accrues de communication et de diffusion qu’offre la toile : aujourd’hui, non seulement les grands instituts, mais, pratiquement, chaque mission « poste » en ligne un rapport, le plus souvent sur le site de l’institution dont elle relève, mais aussi sur des sites dédiés, voire des forums de discussion. 

    Tout un chacun est à même de comprendre et d’apprécier la large diffusion de l’information ainsi assurée, mais le prix à payer est une fragmentation et une dispersion, que vient encore compliquer la volatilité des liens, susceptibles de disparaître tout aussi rapidement qu’ils sont apparus. De grandes institutions, comme l’Oriental Institute de Chicago ou l’Université de Cambridge, rejoints depuis peu par le forum de Charles Elwood Jones, ont entrepris de fédérer, essentiellement par une veille constante, les données qui ne cessent d’affluer...
    Cette première version du projet Orientalia propose une indexation géographique de l’ensemble de la collection. Il s’agit d’un projet évolutif qui sera amendé et augmenté au cours des prochaines années.

    1. La transcription des sites égyptiens
    2. La transcription des sites soudanais
    3. La toponymie
    4. La géolocalisation
    année titre
    19 1950 Compte rendu des fouilles et travaux menés en Égypte durant les campagnes 1948-1950. I
    19 1950 Compte rendu des fouilles et travaux menés en Égypte durant les campagnes 1948-1950. II
    20 1951 Compte rendu des fouilles et travaux menés en Égypte durant les campagnes 1948-1950. III
    20 1951 Fouilles et travaux au Soudan (1948-1951)
    20 1951 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1950-1951. 1
    21 1952 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1950-1951. 2
    22 1953 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1951-1952
    23 1954 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1952-1953
    24 1955 Fouilles et travaux au Soudan, 1951-1954
    24 1955 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1953-1954
    25 1956 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1954-1955
    27 1958 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1955-1957
    30 1961 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1957-1960 (Première partie)
    30 1961 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte, 1957-1960 (Deuxième partie)
    30 1961 Découvertes de monuments égyptiens ou égyptisants hors de la vallée du Nil, 1955-1960
    31 1962 Fouilles et travaux au Soudan, 1955-1960
    31 1962 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1960-1961. I. Fouilles en Égypte
    31 1962 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1960-1961. II. Fouilles au Soudan et découvertes hors d'Égypte
    32 1963 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1961-1962. I. Fouilles en Égypte
    32 1963 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1961-1962. II. Fouilles au Soudan et découvertes hors d'Égypte
    33 1964 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1962-1963
    34 1965 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1963-1964
    35 1966 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1964-1965
    36 1967 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1965-1966
    37 1968 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1966-1967
    38 1969 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1967-1968
    39 1970 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1968-1969
    40 1971 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1969-1970
    41 1972 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1970-1971
    42 1973 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1971-1972
    43 1974 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1972-1973
    44 1975 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1973-1974
    45 1976 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1974-1975
    46 1977 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1975-1976
    47 1978 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1976-1977
    48 1979 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1977-1978
    49 1980 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1978-1979
    51 1982 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1979-1980
    51 1982 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1980-1981
    52 1983 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1981-1982
    53 1984 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1982-1983
    54 1985 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1983-1984
    55 1986 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1984-1985
    56 1987 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1985-1986
    57 1988 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1986-1987
    58 1989 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1987-1988
    59 1990 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1988-1989
    60 1991 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1989-1990
    61 1992 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1990-1991
    62 1993 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1991-1992
    63 1994 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1992-1993
    64 1995 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1993-1994
    65 1996 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1994-1995
    66 1997 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1995-1996
    67 1998 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1996-1997
    68 1999 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1997-1998. Première partie
    69 2000 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1997-1998. Seconde partie
    69 2000 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1998-1999
    70 2001 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 1999-2000
    72 2003 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2000-2002
    73 2004 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2002-2003
    74 2005 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2003-2004
    75 2006 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2004-2005
    76 2007 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2005-2007
    77 2008 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2006-2008
    78 2009 Fouilles et travaux en Égypte et au Soudan, 2008-2009