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Open Access Journal: Past Imperfect

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[Firsts posted in AWOL 27 October 2012, updated 5 September 2016]

Past Imperfect
ISSN: 1192-1315
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Past Imperfect is the journal of the History and Classics Graduate Students' Association (HCGSA) at the University of Alberta. Edited by students and funded by the HCGSA and the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta, it is an annual publication. Articles appearing in Past Imperfect are abstracted in America: History and Life and Historical Abstracts.










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Vol 9 (2001)

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Vol 8 (1999)

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Open Access Journal: plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike

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[Pirst posted in AWOL 11/6/09. Updated 5 September 2016]

plekos: Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike
ISSN: 1435-9626
Plekos ist eine Internet-Fachzeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike. Sie berücksichtigt folgende Fachgebiete:
Klassische Philologie
Alte Geschichte
Byzantinistik
Sprachwissenschaft
Patristik
Ältere Kirchengeschichte
Kunstgeschichte
Philosophie
Klassische Archäologie
Christliche Archäologie
Provinzialarchäologie Numismatik


HTML-Ausgaben: 1 (1998/99) | 2 (2000) | 3 (2001) | 4 (2002) | 5 (2003) | 6 (2004 ) | 7 (2005) | 8 (2006) |
PDF-Ausgaben: 3 (2001) | 4 (2002) | 5 (2003) | 6 (2004) | 7 (2005) | 8 (2006)

Ab Jahrgang 9 (2007) erscheint Plekos nur noch im PDF-Format mit Zugang über die Startseiten

9 (2007) | 10 (2008) | 11 (2009) |12 (2010) |13 (2011) |14 (2012) |15 (2013) |16 (2014) |17 (2015) |18 (2016) |

Launched: Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG)

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Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG)
The Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG) is a project directed by Monica Berti at the Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig for producing the digital version of the five volumes of the Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (FHG) edited by Karl Müller in the 19th century. 

The FHG consists of a survey of excerpts from many different sources pertaining to more than 600 Greek fragmentary authors. Excluding the first volume, authors are chronologically distributed and cover a period of time from the 6th century BC through the 7th century CE. Fragments are numbered sequentially and arranged according to works and book numbers, when these pieces of information are available in the source texts preserving the fragments. Every Greek fragment is translated or summarized into Latin. 

The first volume includes also the text of the Marmor Parium with Latin translation, chronological table and commentary, and the Greek text of the Rosetta Stone (Rosettanum) with a French literal translation as well as a critical, historical and archaeological commentary. The fifth volume comprises a section with French translations of fragments of Greek and Syriac historians preserved in Armenian sources. 

The digital version of FHG vol. 1 is now available online. It collects the fragments of 6th-4th century authors (Hecataeus of Miletus, Charon of Lampsacus, Xanthus of Lydia, Hellanicus of Lesbos, Pherecydes of Athens, Acusilaus of Argos, Ephorus of Cuma, Theopompus of Chius, and Phylarchus), Apollodorus of Athens (with fragments of the Bibliotheca), historians of Sicily (Antiochus of Syracuse, Philistus of Syracuse, Timaeus of Tauromenius), and the Atthidographers (Clidemus, Phanodemus, Androtio, Demo, Philochorus, and Ister).

Open Access Journal: Romula: Arqueología antigua y medieval

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 [First posted in AWOL 1 September 2013, updated 5 September 2016]

Romula: Arqueología antigua y medieval
ISSN: 1695-4076
Encabezado de página
Romula se ocupa de los temas emergentes en el campo de la arqueología tanto antigua como medieval. Sus trabajos de investigación están enfocados en el campo de la Arqueología, con especial atención a la Arqueología de la provincia de Sevilla y su entorno. Igualmente actúa como órgano de difusión científica del Seminario de Arqueología de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla lo que incluye la difusión de los resultados de los difierentes Proyectos de Investigación que se desarrollan en el mismo. 

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Artículos

Angel Ventura Villanueva
7-27
Christopher Courault
29-51
Daniel Jiménez Maqueda, Pedro Pérez Quesada
53-125
Mª José Berlanga Palomo, Francisco Melero García
127-160
Alejandro Jiménez Hernández, Manuel Jaén Candón, José Antonio Peña Ruano, María Teresa Teixidó Ullod, Javier Claros Domínguez
161-185
Carlos Márquez
187-220
Isabel María Sánchez Ramos, Rafael Barroso Cabrera, Jorge Morín de Pablos, Isabel Velázquez Soriano
221-265
María del Camino Fuertes Santos
267-292
María Ibáñez Alfonso
293-331

Recensiones

Manuel J. Casado Ariza, Fernando Regueras Grande
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Biblioteca Digital Ovidiana

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Biblioteca Digital Ovidiana

Biblioteca digital ovidiana

La BIBLIOTECA DIGITAL OVIDIANA es un sitio Web consagrado a la obra ilustrada del poeta romano Publio Ovidio Nasón, que tiene su origen en los proyectos de investigación del mismo título que se llevan desarrollando en la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela desde el año 2007.  


Se pretende la recopilación, estudio y digitalización de las ediciones ilustradas de las obras de Ovidio, desde el siglo XV hasta el XIX, para poder conocer, cotejar y poder estudiar en conjunto la obra figurada de Ovidio, y la difusión conjunta del corpus compilado para facilitar la “reunión” de los ejemplares dispersos en las distintas bibliotecas del territorio nacional de modo que sirva como ejercicio de recuperación de nuestro patrimonio bibliográfico.
El proyecto

Busquedas

ICONOS: Cattedra di Iconografia e Iconologia, Dipartimento di Storia dell'arte e spettacolo, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Sapienza Università di Roma

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ICONOS: Cattedra di Iconografia e Iconologia, Dipartimento di Storia dell'arte e spettacolo, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Sapienza Università di Roma



Metamorfosi di Ovidio Sapienza Università di Roma



Viaggio interattivo nelle Metamorfosi di Ovidio

Immagini e testi per una catalogazione informatica come sistema di ricerca
ICONOS nasce da una esigenza di catalogazione iconografica dei soggetti profani - ed in particolare mitologici - nell'ambito degli studi storico-artistici. Riconoscere un determinato soggetto mitologico di un'opera figurativa presuppone una conoscenza non soltanto artistico-visiva, ma anche letteraria. I repertori esistenti forniscono però indicazioni soltanto parziali sulle origini, gli sviluppi e la diffusione di un tema mitografico e raramente collegano tra loro la tradizione iconografica e quella testuale.

ICONOS è stato progettato per giungere alla costituzione di un nuovo repertorio mitologico relativo sia alle immagini - per l'arco temporale che va dall'antichità al XVIII secolo - che ai testi: classici, medioevali e rinascimentali. Tale repertorio non si limita però ad avere fini di catalogazione, ma costituisce piuttosto - ed in questo deve cogliersi il suo maggiore punto di forza - una base cognitiva volta a facilitare e stimolare la ricerca in diversi ambiti disciplinari: dall'archeologia alla filologia, dalla letteratura alla storia dell'arte.


(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Achaemenid History

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Open Access Journal: Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science

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[First posted in AWOL 15 October 2009. Most recently updated 6 September 2016]

Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science
ISSN: 1549–4497 (online)
ISSN: 1549–4470 (print) 
Aestimatio provides critical, timely assessments of books published in the history of what was called science from antiquity up to the early modern period in cultures ranging from Spain to India, and from Africa to northern Europe. The aim is to allow reviewers the opportunity to engage critically both the results of research in the history of science and how these results are obtained.
Alan C. Bowen and Tracey E. Rihll edd.

Aestimatio volume 11 (2014) complete 1-372
Paul T. Keyser Being, Humanity, and Understanding: Studies in Ancient and Modern Societies by G. E. R. Lloyd 1-12
Sonja Brentjes Routes and Realms: The Power of Place in the Early Islamic World by Zayde Antrim 13-21
Antoine Pietrobelli Hippocrates: On the Art of Medicine by Joel E. Mann 22-23
Jeffrey A. Oaks Abū Kāmil. Algèbre et analyse Diophantienne. Édition, traduction et commentaire by Roshdi Rashed 24-49
Arthur MacGregor Morbid Curiosities: Medical Museums in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Samuel J. M. M. Alberti 50-55
Robert Mayhew Aristotle: His Life and School by Carlo Natali, edited by D. S. Hutchinson 56-65
Heidi Marx-Wolf Cosmology and Fate in Gnosticism and Graeco-Roman Antiquity: Under Pitiless Skies by Nicola Denzey Lewis 66-70
Pietro B. Rossi De motu animalium. Fragmenta translationis anonymaeand De progressu animalium, De motu animalium. Translatio Guillelmi de Moerbeka by Pieter De Leemans 71-88
André Goddu Kepler’s Cosmological Synthesis: Astrology, Mechanism and the Soul by Patrick J. Boner 89-99
Steven A. Walton Artisan/Practitioners and the Rise of the New Sciences, 1400–1600 by Pamela O. Long 100-106
Nathaniel Wolloch Ethical Perspectives on Animals in the Renaissance and Early Modern Period by Cecilia Muratori and Burkhard Dohm edd. 107-114
Stamatina Mastorakou Illustrating the Phaenomena: Celestial Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages by Elly Dekker 115-120
J. L. Berggren The Principles of Arab Navigation by Anthony R. Constable and William Facey edd. 121-126
Elizabeth A. Hamm Heavenly Mathematics: The Forgotten Art of Spherical Trigonometry by Glen Van Brummelen 127-130
Jonathan Barnes Aristotle’s Categories in the Byzantine, Arabic and Latin Traditions by Sten Ebbesen, John Marenbon, and Paul Thom edd. 131-138
John Sellars An Essay on the Unity of Stoic Philosophy by Johnny Christensen 139-142
Jennifer Karns Alexander Progressive Enlightenment: The Origins of the Gaslight Industry, 1780–1820 by Leslie Tomory 143-144
Alison Laywine Greek and Roman Musical Studies volume 1 by Andrew Barker ed. 145-167
Laurence Totelin Théophraste. Les causes des phénomènes végétaux. Tome I. Livres I et II by Suzanne Amigues 168-170
Katja Maria Vogt Sextus Empiricus: Against the Physicists by Richard Bett 171-178
Duncan J. Melville The History of Mathematical Proof in Ancient Traditions by Karine Chemla ed. 179-187
Paolo Palmieri Copernicus: Platonist Astronomer-Philosopher. Cosmic Order, the Movement of the Earth, and the Scientific Revolution by Matjaž Vesel 188-190
Sarah Pothecary Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World for iPad by R. J. A. Talbert 191-201
Bernard R. Goldstein and Giora Hon Palmieri and Vesel on Symmetry and Harmony in Copernicus’ Cosmology 202-204
John Ryan Aratus and the Astronomical Tradition by Emma Gee 205-216
Lucy Barnhouse Hospital Life: Theory and Practice from the Medieval to the Modern by Laurinda Abreu and Sally Sheard edd. 217-222
Toke Knudsen Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient India / Astronomie et mathématiques de l’Inde Ancienne. Actes de la journée d’études organisée le 24 avril 2009 à l’Université Libre de Bruxelles by J. M. Delire ed. 223-226
Bronwen L. Wickkiser Medicine and Society in Ptolemaic Egypt by Philippa Lang 227-231
Paul D. Buell Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia’s Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane by S. Frederick Starr 232-235
Delphine Bellis L’homme au risque de l’infini. Mélanges d’histoire et de philosophie des sciences offerts à Michel Blay by Michela Malpangotto, Vincent Jullien, and Efthymios Nicolaidis edd. 236-242
Corinna Rossi Count Like an Egyptian: A Hands-On Introduction to Ancient Mathematics by David Reimer 243-247
Sylvia Berryman Aristotle’s Empiricism: Experience and Mechanics in the 4th Century BC by Jean De Groot 248-252
Cinzia Arruzza Neoplatonism and the Philosophy of Nature by James Wilberding and Christoph Horn edd. 253-259
Aldo Brigaglia Diofanto, De polygonis numeris. Introduzione, testo critico, traduzione italiana e commento by Fabio Acerbi 260-282
Donald J. Zeyl Science before Socrates: Parmenides, Anaxagoras and the New Astronomy by Daniel W. Graham 283-289
Börje Bydén The Philosophy of Gemistos Plethon: Platonism in Late Byzantium, between Hellenism and Orthodoxy by Vojtěch Hladký 290-311
Paul T. Keyser The Ancient Mediterranean Environment between Science and History by W. V. Harris 312-333
Steven Vanden Broecke Astrology and Magic from the Medieval Latin and Islamic World to Renaissance Europe: Theories and Approaches by Paola Zambelli 334-336
Elizabeth Craik L’anonyme de Londres (P. Lit. Lond. 165, Brit. Libr. Inv. 137). Édition et traduction d’un papyrus médical grec du Ier siècle by Antonio Ricciardetto 337-338
Margaret Small Printing a Mediterranean World: Florence, Constantinople, and the Renaissance of Geography by Sean Roberts 339-341
Federico M. Petrucci Jamblique. In Nicomachi arithmeticam. Introduction, texte critique, traduction française et notes de commentaire by Nicolas Vinel 342-353
Sara J. Schechner Astrolabes from Medieval Europe by David A. King 354-363
Francesco Luzzini L’eruzione vesuviana del 1631. Una storia d’età moderna by Alfonso Tortora 364-369
Staff Books Received 2014 370-372

საქართველოს ეპიგრაფიკული კორპუსი - The Epigraphic Corpus of Georgia

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საქართველოს ეპიგრაფიკული კორპუსი - The Epigraphic Corpus of Georgia

პროექტი საქართველოს ეპიგრაფიკული კორპუსი 2015 წლიდან ხორციელდება ილიას სახელმწიფო უნივერსიტეტის ლინგვისტურ კვლევათა ინსტიტუტში. იგი მიზნად ისახავს საქართველოში აღმოჩენილი ან დაცული უმდიდრესი ეპიგრაფიკული მემკვიდრეობის დოკუმენტირებას ლაიდენის კონვენციის ციფრული მემკვიდრის, EpiDoc-ის მიხედვით. ამ სტანდარტით შესრულებული პირველი ელექტრონული გამოცემა არმაზის ბილინგვისა 2014 წელს თამარ კალხიტაშვილმა მოამზადა სამაგისტრო კვლევის ფარგლებში; ციფრული ჰუმანიტარიის უახლესი მიდგომების გამო ამ გამოცემამ მაღალი შეფასება დაიმსახურა EAGLE-ის (The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy) მიერ ორგანიზებულ ციფრული ეპიგრაფიკის საერთაშორისო კონფერენციაზე. ამ ეტაპზე საქართველოს ეპიგრაფიკულ კორპუსში (პროექტის ხელ-ლი პროფ. ნ. დობორჯგინიძე) შესულია ახ. წ.ა. I-X საუკუნეების ქართული, არამეული და ბერძნული წარწერები. პროექტი გრძელვადიანია და ქართულის გარდა, მიზნად ისახავს საქართველოში დაცული უძველესი პერიოდის (პირველი ნიმუშები ძვ. წ.ა. IX საუკუნისაა) ურარტული, არამეული, ბერძნული, ებრაული, არაბული, სპარსული და სომხური წარწერების გამოცემა-კორპუსის მომზადებას აღნიშნული სტანდარტით. 

The project “The Epigraphic Corpus of Georgia” has been in progress since 2015 at the Institute of Linguistic Studies of Ilia State University. Its aim is to document the wealthy epigraphic legacy discovered or preserved in Georgia, according to the standards of EpiDoc, the digital heir to the Leiden Convention. The first electronic publication of the Armazi Bilingua produced according to those standards was prepared in 2014 by Tamar Kalkhitashvili within the framework of her MA research. Because of its use of the latest approaches to digital humanities, this publication merited a high score at the International Conference of Digital Epigraphics organized by EAGLE (The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy). At this stage, the Epigraphic Corpus (head of the project: Prf. N. Doborjginidze) includes the 1st-9th cc C.E. Georgian, Aramaic and Greek inscriptions. The project is long term, and besides the Georgian, it also aims at preparing, according to the above mentioned standards, the publication of the corpora of the Urartian, Aramaic, Greek, Jewish, Arabic, Persian and Armenian inscriptions. 

Open Access Journal: Kernos - Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion grecque antique

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[First posted in AWOL 23 February 2011. Most recently updated 7 September 2016]

Kernos - Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion grecque antique
ISSN électronique 2034-7871

Kernos - Couverture du no 23 | 2010
Kernos est la seule revue scientifique internationale entièrement consacrée à l’étude des faits et phénomènes religieux de la Grèce antique. Elle a pour ambition de fournir aux chercheurs en ce domaine, mais aussi à toute personne intéressée par les questions religieuses, un instrument de réflexion et des outils de travail pour progresser dans la connaissance du système religieux des Grecs.
Actuellement, les textes des numéros 1 à 17 sont uniquement accessibles au format pdf [fac-similé], librement téléchargeables.

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DemonBase: Online Catalogue of Ancient Egyptian Supernatural Beings

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DemonBase: Online Catalogue of Ancient Egyptian Supernatural Beings
DemonBase 
Come explore a sample of the many supernatural creatures that helped Ancient Egyptians cope with troubles, afflictions, and ailments of everyday life. While their gods are well-known, these composite creatures were usually left unnamed and do not appear in our lists and encyclopedias. Yet anybody, from an elite pharaoh such as Tutankhamun to a poor small child, could appeal for help and protection from these beings. Many of them resemble our own mythical creatures, gremlins, gnomes, daemons, and familiars.

For the first time, we bring you a sample of supernatural beings—some fully human, some animal hybrids, some objects—to explore! There are three versions of the catalague and we would be interested to know which you prefer.

This is just a sample—there are many many more that surrounded the Egyptians over 3,000 years, and the catalogue will constantly grow. Enjoy!

Sampler Catalogue

This catalogue is the simplest to use, and contains a sample of demons that were represented as images—ones known only by name or description are not included. Just click on the boxes you want to search for!

Text & Image Sampler Catalogue

This catalogue includes demons that are known either as text or as image. In this version you need to type in search terms, so please do click on the information button. Or, just explore!

Detailed Sampler

This is the most detailed version. You can search on the appearance or other characteristics. When you start typing into the various boxes, they will autofill with the possibilities. Please log in using the “Guest” option.


Open Access Journal Backlist: New England Classical Journal

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New England Classical Journal
ISSN: 0739-1188
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The materials below are the Tables of Contents [ToC] and Indices of past NECJ volumes. For older volumes, the full journal is provided. Additionally, selected articles are available for download. For full issues in print, contact the CANE Press editor. For more information visit the NECJ page or contact the NECJeditor.

We have also compiled a master Table of Contents for issues ranging from 1993 through 2015. It includes the titles, authors, issues, and page numbers of all the articles. The best way to use it is to do a search with Ctrl + F (PC) or Cmd + F (Mac) to find the author or keywords in the title that you are looking for.
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2007 34 Issue 1 (Feb) [ToC] Index
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Articles for download:
D. Konstan: Before Forgiveness (2011),G. Conte: Historical Identity and Cultural Comparison (2011),G. Most: Alcestis Redux (2010),D. Held: Eros, Beauty, Divine (2009),T. Barnes: Severus as New Augustus (2008),E. Anhalt: Four Women in Herodotus (2008),C. Damon: Enabling Books (2008),C. Odahl: Constantinian Arles (2008),N. Slater: Good Grattius Hunting (2007),M. Putnam: Troy (2007)


Open Access Books on Antiquity at Open Book Publishers

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 May 2013, updated 7 September 2016]

Open Book Publishers
Complete digital versions of all our books are made freely available online via our website. You can find the link on each book's main page. These versions can be read on any computer or mobile device that is connected to the Internet. 
In addition to these free online editions, downloadable and printable pdfs can be purchased for all our titles. We also offer ebook files (in either ePub or mobi formats), although currently these are only available for select titles. 
Following are the titles relating to antiquity


Ovid, Amores (Book 1)
William Turpin
Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics
Brett D. Hirsch (ed.)

The Sword of Judith: Judith Studies Across the Disciplines
Kevin R. Brine, Elena Ciletti and Henrike Lähnemann (eds.)
That Greece Might Still Be Free: The Philhellenes in the War of Independence
William St Clair



The Oriental Institute Exhibits at Google Arts & Culture

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The Oriental Institute Exhibits at Google Arts & Culture
The Oriental Institute was founded in 1919 by James Henry Breasted with the financial support of John D. Rockefeller Jr., and was originally envisaged as a research laboratory for the investigation of the early human career that would trace humankind’s progress from the most ancient days of the Middle East. The goal of the Oriental Institute is to be the world’s leading center for the study of ancient Near Eastern civilizations by combining innovation in theory, methodology, and significant empirical discovery with the highest standards of rigorous scholarship.

The Oriental Institute Museum was opened to the public in 1931. The majority of the collections of the Oriental Institute came from its expeditions in the Middle East during the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. A major reinstallation of the Museum, including the construction of a climate-controlled wing for housing collections and archives, took place in the 1990s and early 2000s. The Voting Members of the Oriental Institute meet quarterly and approve changes to the Mission Statement of the Oriental Institute Museum. The Oriental Institute is a unit within the University of Chicago and the name of the corporation is “The University of Chicago.” The corporation was originally incorporated on September 10, 1890. The corporation has not changed its name since its original date of incorporation.

Open Access Journal: Archeomafie: Open Access Journal of Cultural Heritage Protection

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Archeomafie: Open Access Journal of Cultural Heritage Protection
ISSN: 2036-4539
"Archeomafie", Rivista dell’Osservatorio Internazionale Archeomafie - IRCECH. A cura di Tsao Cevoli, Anno I, n.1 (2009), ISSN: 2036-4539. “Archeomafie” è la prima rivista scientifica in Italia appositamente e interamente dedicata all’analisi del fenomeno del furto, dello scavo clandestino e del traffico illecito di reperti archeologici su scala nazionale ed internazionale nel presente e nel passato, bandisce un concorso di partecipazione per il III numero, che sarà pubblicato a inizi 2011, aperto a tutti i contributi scientifici sul tema, compresi articoli sulla legislazione in materia e studi che mirino ricostruire e chiarire la probabile provenienza di opere d’arte e reperti archeologici di “provenienza sconosciuta” presenti nel mercato antiquario o in possesso di case d’asta, collezioni e musei.
Archeomafie, I, 2009
Archeomafie, II, 2010
Archeomafie, III, 2011
Archeomafie, IV, 2012
Archeomafie, V-VI, 2013-2014
Archeomafie, VII, 2015
 

Open Access Journal: Classical Association of New England Annual Bulletin

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Classical Association of New England Annual Bulletin
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Open Access Monograph Series: Collana della Rivista di Diritto Romano

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Open Access Journal: Histria antiqua

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Histria antiqua
ISSN: 1331-4270
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Časopis Histria antiqua pokrenut je 1995. godine kao godišnja periodična publikacija Međunarodnog istraživačkog centra za arheologiju, Brijuni-Medulin. Ciljevi 1994. utemeljenjog MIC-a za arheologiju bili su: sustavno unaprjeđivanje znanstveno-istraživačke djelatnosti na području arheologije i zaštite spomeničke baštine u Istri; organizacija arheoloških iskapanja i prakse na terenu; očuvanje i predstavljanje starina te promidžba hrvatske arheologije i srodnih disciplina u Europi i šire; povezivanje sa srodnim sveučilišnim i znanstveno-istraživačkim ustanovama u domovini i svijetu. Centar je aktivan i u izložbenoj promidžbi arheološke i povijesne baštine Istre u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu te u ostvarivanju međunarodnih arheoloških tematskih savjetovanja uz redovito godišnje izdavanje časopisa Histria antiqua. Od 17. prosinca 2009. djeluje kao funkcionalni Centar za arheološka istraživanja Instituta za društvene znanosti Ivo Pilar koji je od 19. sveska (god. 2010.) i nakladnik časopisa.

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Croatian Open Access Archaeology Journals

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Hrcak: Portal of scientific journals of Croatia
Acta turistica novaISSN 1846-4394 (Print)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 11

Zbornik JankovićISSN 1849-6873 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 1

Anali Zavoda za povijesne znanosti Hrvatske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti u DubrovnikuISSN 1330-0598 (Print),ISSN 1848-7815 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 22

Annales Instituti ArchaeologiciISSN 1845-4046 (Print),ISSN 1848-6363 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 11

Archaeologia AdriaticaISSN 1846-4807 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 8

AsseriaISSN 1334-2479 (Print)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 10

AttiISSN 0392-9493 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 3

Biblical PerspectivesISSN 1330-1497 (Print),ISSN 1849-0832 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 23

Building and Stone-masonryISSN 0353-7897 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 10

Bulletin of the International association for paleodontologyISSN 1846-6273 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 19

Contributions of Institute of Archaeology in ZagrebISSN 1330-0644 (Print),ISSN 1848-6371 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 27

Contributions to the History of Art in DalmatiaISSN 0555-1145 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 40

Contributions to the History of Hvar IslandISSN 0353-0957 (Print),ISSN 1849-5354 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 13

Cris : journal of the Historical Society of KriževciISSN 1332-2567 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 17

Diadora : journal of the Archaeological Museum in ZadarISSN 0417-4046 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 2

Dubrovnik annalsISSN 1331-3878 (Print),ISSN 1848-8153 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 19

Hercegovina : Časopis za kulturno i povijesno naslijeđeISSN 0351-4552 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 1

Historical contributions = Historische BeiträgeISSN 0351-9767 (Print),ISSN 1848-9087 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 46

Histria antiquaISSN 1331-4270 (Print)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 3

Histria archaeologica : Časopis Arheološkog muzeja IstreISSN 0350-6320 (Print),ISSN 1848-932X (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 10

Histria : rivista della Societ? Storica Istriana = Histria : časopis Istrskega zgodovinskega društva = Histria : the Istrian Historical Society reviewISSN 1848-1183 (Print),ISSN 1849-5699 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 4

Holon : postdisciplinary scientific-professional journalISSN 1848-3518 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 8

Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems : INDECSISSN 1334-4684 (Print),ISSN 1334-4676 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 35

Journal of the Institute of Croatian HistoryISSN 0353-295X (Print),ISSN 1849-0344 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 45

Journal of Dalmatian archaeology and historyISSN 1845-7789 (sv 98-106 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 11

Journal of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in SplitISSN 1846-9426 (Print),ISSN 2459-5128 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 5

Journal of the Archaeological Museum in ZagrebISSN 0350-7165 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 74

KAJ : Literature, Art and Culture PeriodicalISSN 0453-1116 (Print),ISSN 1848-7920 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 26

Latina et GraecaISSN 0350-414X (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 7

Media, culture and public relationsISSN 1333-6371 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 9

Miscellanea Hadriatica et MediterraneaISSN 1849-0670 (Print)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 1

Mostariensia : journal of social sciences and humanitiesISSN 1023-8638 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 3

Numizmatičke VijestiISSN 0546-9422 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 1

Opuscula Archaeologica : Papers of the Department of ArchaeologyISSN 0473-0992 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 35

Peristil : zbornik radova za povijest umjetnostiISSN 0553-6707 (Print),ISSN 1849-6547 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 26

Podravina : scientific multidisciplinary research journalISSN 1333-5286 (Print),ISSN 1848-8854 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 28

Portal, the Yearbook of the Croatian Conservation InstituteISSN 1847-9464 (Print),ISSN 1848-6681 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 6

Povijesni zbornik : godišnjak za kulturu i povijesno naslijeđeISSN 1846-3819 (Print),ISSN 1849-0956 (Online)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 4

Radovi/Institute for Historical Sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zadar : Institute for Historical Sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in ZadarISSN 1330-0474 (Print),ISSN 1848-8943 (Online)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 18

Starohrvatska prosvjetaISSN 0351-4536 (Print)
status: inactive
published issues in Hrčak: 51

The Museum CourierISSN 0350-9370 (Print),ISSN 1849-1774 (Online)
status: stopped issuing
published issues in Hrčak: 14

Senjer Jahrbuch : Beiträge zur Geographie, Ethnologie, Ökonomik, Geschichte und Kultur = The anthology of Senj : contributions to geography, ethnology, economy, history and cultureISSN 0582-673X (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 34

The Yearbook of the Varaždin City MuseumISSN 0351-7926 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 4

Vinodolski zbornik : godišnjak za gospodarstvo-turizam, povijesnu i kulturnu baštinu, ekologiju i promicanje ljudskog stvaralaštvaISSN 0351-5516 (Print)
status: active
published issues in Hrčak: 1
All told, the Hrčak portal serves:
  • Journals: 420
  • Published issues: 12.248
  • Published articles: 156.384
  • Published articles with full text: 150.822