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Open Access Monograph Series: The British Museum Online research catalogues

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The British Museum Online research catalogues
[I include here only those relating to antiquity]
ostrogothic coinage in the British Museum

Coinage of the Ostrogoths in the British Museum

A collection of over 300 coins minted by Odovacar and the Ostrogoths.
Ostrogothic coinage catalogue 
Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt

Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt

Archaeological finds made in late 19th and early 20th century excavations at the site of Naukratis that today are dispersed in museums worldwide.
Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt catalogue 
Asante Gold Regalia

Asante Gold Regalia in the British Museum collection

220 items of gold regalia from the West African state of Asante in modern-day Ghana.
Asante Gold Regalia catalogue 
The Ramesseum Papyri

The Ramesseum Papyri

Surviving papyri from a 13th Dynasty tomb at Luxor later covered by the funerary temple of Ramses II, known as the Ramesseum.
Ramesseum Papyri catalogue 
Ancient Cyprus at the British Museum

Ancient Cyprus at the British Museum

Objects found during 19th century excavations in a growing catalogue of the Museum's entire collection from the island.
Ancient Cyprus catalogue 

Roman Republican Coins

Roman Republican Coins

More than 12,000 coins minted during the Roman Republican period.
Roman Republican Coins catalogue 


Bronze Age Gold Sintra Collar

European Bronze Age Gold in the British Museum

A collection of the earliest gold objects from Britain, Ireland and Continental Europe.
European Bronze Age Gold in the British Museum catalogue 

Open Access Journal: Études et travaux / Centre d'archéologie méditerranéenne de l'Académie polonaise des sciences

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Études et travaux / Centre d'archéologie méditerranéenne de l'Académie polonaise des sciences
p-ISSN: 0079-3566 (until 2010), 2084-6762 (from 2011)
e-ISSN: 2449-9579 
Études et Travaux
Scholarly annual of the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures
of the Polish Academy of Sciences
dealing with archaeology of ancient and early medieval cultures of the Mediterranean Basin, Near East and North Africa

Indexed by the European Reference Index for Humanities (ERIH) and is edited primarily in a print version
Invites every scholar willing to share results of her/his studies  on Mediterranean archaeology
Open Access

Études et Travaux XXIX / 2016



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Editorial board:
Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski

Scientific Board:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warsaw)
Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (IKŚiO PAN, Warsaw)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)


EtudTrav XXVIIIEditorial board:Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski


Scientific Board:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warsaw)
Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (IKŚiO PAN, Warsaw)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)



et27Editorial board:Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski

Scientific Board:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warsaw)
Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (IKŚiO PAN, Warsaw)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)





TRAVAUX XXVI okladkaEditorial board:Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski

Scientific Board:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warsaw)
Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (IKŚiO PAN, Warsaw)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)



TRAVAUX XXVI okladka2Editorial board:
Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski

Scientific Board:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warsaw)
Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (IKŚiO PAN, Warsaw)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)



et25Editorial board:
Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editorial assistant and editor: Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Editor: Maciej Makowski, Barbara Tkaczow


Scientific Council:
Michał Kobusiewicz (IAiE PAN, Warszawa)
Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus University)
Jean-Charles Moretti (IRAA, CNRS MOM, Université de Lyon 2)
Dietrich Raue (Ägyptisches Museum, Leipzig)
Paul Reynolds (ICREA, España)
Derek Welsby (British Museum, London)





et24Editorial board:
Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski















et23Editoril board:Editor-in-Chief: Maciej G. Witkowski
Editor: Grzegorz Ochała










Open Access Journal: British Institute of Persian Studies Newsletter

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[Fist posted in AWOL 6  June 2012, updated 3 November 2016]

British Institute of Persian Studies Newsletter
Starting under the first director, Professor David Stronach, BIPS sponsored important archaeological work on sites such as Pasargardae, Nush-i Jan, Shahr-i Qumis, Haftavan, Baba Jan and Siraf. With archaeological work in Iran presently restricted, BIPS activities are mainly based in the UK although it sponsors visits by academics and students to Iran. BIPS awards grants each year for projects in different fields. These grants are awarded both for visits to Iran or work in the UK.

BIPS organises periodic seminars and workshops in the UK, at which scholars supported by the Institute and others come together to read and discuss papers and meet individuals from home and overseas involved in different aspects of Persian Studies. There are also occasional lectures which are open to all.

BIPS greatly welcomes new members. It is hoped to expand membership, (currently some 400), to all those involved or interested in this field. Members receive copies of the journal IRAN and are kept informed about lectures, seminars and other events. Those interested in joining are invited to fill in the membership form and send it to the Secretary. Any donations will benefit Persian Studies and are greatly appreciated.
BIPS September Newsletter 2015
BIPS Autumn Newsletter, 2014

BIPS Spring Newsletter, 2014
October 2011 Newsletter
June 2011 Newsletter
Oct 2010 Newsletter

Open Access Journal: Late Antiquity Newsletter

Open Access Journal: Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology

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Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology
ISSN: 2360-266X
The Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology is seeking to publish profound, rigorous, well-written, high-quality, high-impact papers to generate discussion, debate, fresh perspective.
The research area is the European continent and the Near East in the Greek-Roman times. The topics are: ancient history, ancient philology, epigraphy, papyrology, numismatics, archaeological material, archaeological reports, digital archaeology, archaeometry, reviews.

We intend to have four issues per year

We strongly encourage the interdisciplinary or ‘bridge-building’ approach of different academic disciplines

We will use a peer-review system.

The readers will have free access and a pdf version of the published materials will be available for download.

We want to make the Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology a ‘must read’ publication for those who want to learn more about Ancient History.

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Vol 3, No 1 (2016)




2014





Open Access Journal: Filología Neotestamentaria

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[First posted in AWOL 7 August, 2014, updated 5 November 2016]

Filología Neotestamentaria
ISSN: 0214-2996
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The FILOLOGÍA NEOTESTAMENTARIA journal is the result of initiative taken at the Chair of Greek Philology of the Department of Antiquities of the University of Córdoba, Spain. Within its Scope lies every aspect of New Testament Greek philology, namely textual criticism, grammar, semantics, lexicography and eventually semiotics and its relationship with Classical or Hellenistic Greek. It is published in Córdoba (Spain) by EDICIONES EL ALMENDRO DE CÓRDOBA, SL once a year (September). 

      Open Access Journal: Exegetical Tools Quarterly

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      Exegetical Tools Quarterly
      ISSN: 2378-4849
      In contrast to other journals, our Exegetical Tools Quarterly is strictly resource-driven. Each issue will contain all of Exegetical Tools’ posts for the last three months. This includes our categories of book reviews, featured resources, new books, research resources, and will also include our posts on current issues. The result is a convenient and extensive collection of reviews and write-ups on all the latest resources that will equip you for exegesis, languages, theology, ministry, and more. 

      Our Table of Contents is fully clickable. Find a title you’re interested in and click it. You will be taken directly to that post. In the top right of every page is a “Back to Table of Contents” link to take you right back to the Table of Contents to find more titles that interest you. Links in each post will take you directly to Amazon or the WTS Bookstore (depending on the book) to browse, preview, or buy any of the resources 

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      Open Access Journal: The International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

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      The International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage
      ISSN: 2009-7379
      The International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage is a high-quality, international, open access, online, double blind reviewed publication which deals with all aspects of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage.

      The International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage (IJRTP) was founded in 2013 by an international group of researchers (the Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage Expert Group). The journal is published by the Dublin Institute of Technology, Cathal Brugha Campus, Dublin, Ireland. All articles in this journal are full text and available on open access.

      Volume 4 (2016)

      Issue 1

      Issue 2:
      Special issue on Religious Events and their Impacts

      Issue 3:
      Special Issue : Information And Communication Technologies In Religious Tourism And Pilgrimage

      Issue 4:
      Motivation Issue

      Issue 5:
      Special Issue on Theology and Experiences

      Issue 6:
      Pilgrimages in India: Celebrating journeys of plurality and sacredness

      Issue 7:
      the Development of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

      Volume 3 (2015)

      Issue 1

      Issue 2:
      Selection of Papers from International Conference 2015 (V1)

      Volume 2 (2014)

      Issue 1:
      Tourism and Terrorism

      Issue 2

      Volume 1 (2013)

      Issue 1:
      Inaugural Volume

      Open Access Journal: Archaeology News Network

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      [First posted in AWOL 9 October 2012, updated 5 November 2016]

      Archaeology News Network
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      The Archaeology News Network is a non-profit, online open access, pro-community news website bringing together people in related fields with active interests intersecting archaeology.

      As such we publish all the latest press-releases and news articles relating to the fields of archaeology, anthropology and palaeontology, as well as from several other scientific disciplines, including astronomy and environmental news.

      Please note that the full copyright of all materials, including photographs, published on this site remain the exclusive property of the authors, photographers and organizations cited as the primary sources found in each post and may not be reproduced without their express permission unless otherwise stated.

      Don't forget, you can also subscribe to our RSS feed or you can subscribe to receive regular updates of all our new posts via email.

      Strong's Greek Dictionary in XML

      Swedish Archaeology in Jordan, Palestine and Cyprus

      Open Access Journal: Romanitas - Revista de Estudos Grecolatinos

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      Romanitas - Revista de Estudos Grecolatinos
      ISSN: 2318-9304
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      Romanitas - Revista de Estudos Grecolatinos é um periódico semestral voltado para a divulgação de trabalhos inéditos sob a forma de dossiês,  artigos livres e resenhas.  O periódico exibe uma vocação interdisciplinar, buscando congregar pesquisadores em História, Letras e Arqueologia que se dediquem ao estudo da Antiguidade Clássica, campo de conhecimento que tem experimentado, no Brasil, um significativo incremento ao longo dos últimos anos.  Mantida pelo Laboratório de Estudos sobre o Império Romano (Leir) da Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Romanitas pretende conferir visibilidade à produção intelectual dos pesquisadores vinculados ao sistema nacional de pós-graduação, além de promover o intercâmbio com especialistas estrangeiros, requisito indispensável para a consolidação da área.

      Open Access Newsletter: Tabulae

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      [First posted 11 December 2009. Updated 7 November 2016]

      Tabulae
      Tabulae, the department's annual newsletter, describes the activities and current research of members of the department, including undergraduate, post-bac, and graduate students, as well as faculty and alumni. Each issue also provides updates on all the changes that have occurred within the department in the preceding year, from budget updates to retirements and new hires. Please take a moment to browse through our current and past issues below.
      Tabulae 2016 Chair’s annual letter
      Introducing Al Duncan
      Introducing Hérica Valladares
      Learning in London
      Controversiae Docendae
      Prepping a Paper
      Annual T-Shirt Contest
      Mash named finalist for Teacher of the Year Award
      Featured Alumna: Aileen Das
      Tabulae 2015 Chair’s annual letter
      Introducing Janet Downie
      Sturgeon leaves void to fill
      McCullough joins ‘Wallmart’ team
      Postcards from Greece
      Q & A with undergraduates
      From Classics to technology
      Sandridge advances digital humanities
      Department pairs with alumna to host JCL
      Tabulae 2014 Chair’s annual letter
      Azoria repoens for excavations
      Meet Jennifer Gates-Foster
      Meet Luca Grillo
      Rider meets Rome
      Catching up with Caroline Culbert, BA ’02
      Catching up with Beth Green, PhD ’11
      Tabulae 2013 Letter from James Rives
      Letter from Germany: Emily Baragwanath
      NEH Summer Institute: Roman Comedy
      Witzke multi-tasks studies with service to University
      Tabulae 2012 Letter from Chair Cecil WootenAzoria wins Archaeological Institute of America’s “Best Practices for Site Preservation” awardFaculty NewsCalendar of Events
      Tabulae 2009 Letter from Chair Cecil WootenNew faculty members: Robert Babcock; Lidewijde de Jong; Owen Goslin
      Tabulae 2007-2008 Letter from Chair Cecil Wooten
      Letter from James Rives, Kenan Eminent Professor of Classics
      A Word from Werner Riess
      News on Azoria
      Faculty and Graduate News
      Commencement 2007
      Alumni News
      Tabulaue 2005-2006 Letter from Cecil Wooten, interim chair for Fall 2005
      Maura Lafferty’s Year in Rome
      Our Newest Faculty Members: Brook Holmes and Monika Truemper
      Andy Gloege’s Goodbye
      George Houston’s Retirement
      Faculty, Graduate, Post-Bac, Undergraduate, and Alumni News
      Hidden Treasures – The Department’s Collection of Ancient Coins
      Commencement 2006
      Tabulae 2004 Letter from Chair Jim O’Hara
      Jerzy Linderski Festshcrift
      The Kenneth Reckford Fund
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Faculty, Graduate, and Post-Bac News
      The Fauna of Old Murphey: A Reminiscence
      Tabulae 2002 Letter from William Race, Chair
      Murphey Hall Overhaul
      UNC Excavations Begin at Azoria
      Faculty, Graduate, and Undergraduate News
      Azoria Field Report
      Kenneth J. Reckford Offers a Feast for Mind and Spirit
      William Custis West, III: A Man for All Seasons
      Gerhard M. Koeppel
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Commencement 2002
      Murphey Hall Remade – Pictures of the Renovation Process
      The Kenneth Reckford Fund
      Tabulae 2001 Rites of (temporary) Passage
      Sara Mack
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Tabulae 2000 Inaugurating a New Era
      Plutarch and Philip Stadter
      In Praise of Philophron
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Call for Papers, UNC/Duke Graduate Colloquium 2001 (Gods and Monsters: Divinization and Demonization in the Ancient World)
      Tabulae 1999 Yielding Place to New
      Ed Brown Retires
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Conference Announcement (Sage and Emperor: Plutarch and Trajan)
      Call for Papers, UNC/Duke Graduate Colloquium 2000 (The Animal in the Ancient World)
      Tabulae 1998 Alma Mater MurpheiaPatch Adams
      Dedication of the B.L. Ullman Library
      Epochs of Office
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Call for Papers, UNC/Duke Graduate Colloquium 1999 (Pimps, Peasants, and Potentates: Low-Lifes and Leaders in the Ancient World)
      Tabulae 1997 Building for the Future
      David Ganz Leaves
      Death of John Herington
      The Undergraduate Program
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Murphey on the Web
      Call for Papers, UNC/Duke Graduate Colloquium 1998 (Finem Egressi Legemque Priorum: Oddities and Vulgarities in the Ancient World)
      Tabulae 1996 Tanti Auguri
      Jerzy Linderski
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Remaking Murphey Hall
      Call for Papers, UNC Graduate Colloquium 1997 (SKENE PAS HO BIOS: Theater in the Ancient World)
      Performance of Aristophanes’s Birds
      Tabulae 1995 Labor Omnia Vicit Improbus
      Berthe Marti: In Memoriam
      Berthe and Medieval Latin
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Call for Papers, UNC Graduate Colloquium 1996 (Imitatio et Aemulatio)
      Tabulae 1994 Looking Backward, and Forward
      The Beginning Latin Program
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Call for Papers, UNC Graduate Colloquium 1995 (The Body in the Ancient World)
      Tabulae 1993 A Time for Renovation
      The Undergraduate Program
      So, What Can You Do With a Degree in Classics?
      Call for Papers, UNC Graduate Colloquium 1994 (Ut et in Occasu Suo Splendorem et Ornamenta Praeteritae Vitae Retineant: Ancient Ceremony and Spectacle)
      Announcement for the Production of Plautus’s Poenulus
      Announcement for the Biennial Meeting of CAMWS Southern Section
      Tabulae 1992 Discovery and Rediscovery
      The Turkish Connection – ARIT, Digs, Byzantion, and Ankara
      Bacchylides, Live from Chapel Hill
      First Annual Ancient Studies Colloquium
      Domi Militiaeque
      Tabulae 1991 Pausing to Give Thanks
      Performance of Plautus’s Curculio
      Ancient Historians Meet
      Jay Bolter Leaves for Georgia Tech
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      George Kennedy, the Persuasive
      Tabulae 1990 “You Richly Deserve Delight”
      Annabelle (A Song for Nancy)
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      The Latin Play Returns!
      The Immerwahr Connection
      Tabulae 1989 Keeping the Show on the Road
      The Italian Connection
      Sedes Ubi Fata Quietas
      Friedrich Solmsen
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Tabulae 1988 Changing of the Guard
      Roman Magistrates: Past, Present, & Future
      On the Tenure Track
      Variae Vitae Reportant
      Chiron Awards for Medical Research

      Open Access Journal: Newsletter of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA)

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      PCMA Newsletter
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      The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA), in Polish Centrum Archeologii Śródziemnomorskiej im. Kazimierza Michałowskiego UW, is dedicated to the organization and coordination of archaeological research, both excavations and study projects, as well as conservation, reconstruction and restoration projects, in northeastern Africa, the Middle East and Cyprus (this currently concerns Egypt, Sudan, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Iran and Kuwait).
      Projects include sites covering a broad chronological spectrum from the dawn of civilization (prehistoric times) through all the historic periods of the ancient Mediterranean civilizations to Late Antiquity and Early Islam.
      The research is carried out by Polish scholars representing different research institutes nationwide, frequently in association with foreign and international institutions. The Polish Centre also organizes and supports the participation of Polish specialists in international salvage projects (in Egypt, Sudan, Syria and Lebanon to date).
      The tasks of the Polish Centre include comprehensive documentation of finds, archives management and publication of the results in keeping with international research standards.Separately the Centre undertakes steps to popularize the results of its activities among the Polish public in general.

      Open Access Journal: Newsletter of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities

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      Open Access Journal: Albahri, entre Oriente y Occidente: Revista independiente de estudios históricos

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      Albahri, entre Oriente y Occidente: Revista independiente de estudios históricos
      Albahri entre Oriente y Occidente
      Albahri, entre Oriente y Occidente: Revista independiente de estudios históricos nace con dos predisposiciones diáfanas: por un lado, una vocación de libertad académica y, por otro, una voluntad de ofrecer una mirada global sobre fenómenos históricos, para lo cual expresamos nuestra inicial renuncia a acotar o restringir tiempos, escenarios o materias. El título de la revista es, como sucede a menudo, una verdadera declaración de intenciones. Queremos evocar la imagen de un avezado “marino” ( يرحبلا en árabe, como el Simbad de las Mil y Una Noches ), uno de aquellos nautae (o bahriyyun ) en los tiempos en que navegar era una aventura siempre inesperada, pero en los que, también, el hombre de mar describía su derrota con exactitud, trayecto que solo podría verse afectado por las inclemencias meteorológicas. Y el mar es en sí mismo el espacio histórico de relación por antonomasia, un continente líquido por el que sus hombres, superando peligros y adversidades, han transcurrido a la búsqueda de encuentros insospechados con otras gentes y cosas.

      Número 1 – 2015


      Número completo. PDF

      Número 2 – 2016


      Número completo. PDF

      Journal: DAMA. Documentos de Arqueología y Patrimonio HistóricoNew Open Access

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      DAMA. Documentos de Arqueología y Patrimonio Histórico
      ISSN: 2530-2345
      La revista electrónica DAMA. Documentos de Arqueología y Patrimonio Histórico surge como servicio para todos aquellos alumnos del Máster en Arqueología Profesional y Gestión Integral del Patrimonio de la Universidad de Alicante que se están iniciando en la investigación y cuya primera aportación a nuestra disciplina suele ser su Trabajo de Fin de Máster (TFM). Estos proyectos en muchos casos representan casi todo un curso de trabajo y esfuerzo, y con frecuencia quedan inéditos.

      El objetivo de esta revista es ofrecer un medio que facilite la publicación de los resultados de sus TFM. La edición se presenta en versión digital y cuenta con su correspondiente ISSN. Se publica de forma anual en el sitio web de la Universidad de Alicante (http://web.ua.es/es/dama/) y en su repositorio (RUA). Los artículos publicados son descargables en formato PDF.
      En el menú de números publicados encontrarás nuestra revista.

      Catullus Online: An Online Repertory of Conjectures on Catullus

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      [First posted in AWOL 25 January 2013, updated 7 November 2016]

      Catullus Online: An Online Repertory of Conjectures on Catullus
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      This website offers a critical edition of the poems of Catullus, a repertory of conjectures on the text, an overview of the ancient quotations from Catullus that have independent source value, and high-quality images of some of the most important manuscripts.   It was constructed between 2009 and 2013 in the course of the research project An Online Repertory of Conjectures for Catullus at the Center for Advanced Studies and the Abteilung für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.   It was conceived and designed, and its contents were assembled by Dániel Kiss, who continues to act as its editor.   The technical framework of the site was built by Woodpecker Software, while Stalker Studio were responsible for the graphic design.
      Most of the research that has led to the repertory was conducted at the branches of the Universitätsbibliothek of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, and at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek.   Further research was done in Munich at the library of Monumenta Germaniae Historica, that of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, and that of the Franziskanerkloster St. Anna im Lehel; and at the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek in Augsburg; the Harry Ransom Center in Austin (Texas); the library of the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut–Preussischer Kulturbesitz, the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin–Preussischer Kulturbesitz, and the Universitätsbibliothek of the Humboldt-Universität in Berlin; the Koninklijke Bibliotheek–Bibliothèque Royale in Brussels; the Országos Széchényi Könyvtár in Budapest; the Davis Library, the Ullman Library, and the Wilson Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as the library of Sara Mack in Chapel Hill (North Carolina); the Biblioteka Jagiellońska in Cracow; the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, and the Biblioteca Riccardiana in Florence; the British Library in London; the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in New Haven (Connecticut); the Morgan Library and the New York Public Library in New York; the Bodleian Library in Oxford; the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris; the library of the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa; the National Library of Russia in St. Petersburg; the Székesfehérvári Püspöki Könyvtár in Székesfehérvár; the Biblioteca Reale and the Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria in Turin; the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana in the Vatican; the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana in Venice; and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.   Visits to these libraries were made possible by the generous research funding provided by the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, and by the kind hospitality of Zsófia Ruttkay and Paul ten Hagen in Budapest; Sara Mack in Chapel Hill (North Carolina); Adam F. Jackson and Melissa A. Epstein in New York; Diane Le Grand de Belleroche and Cyril Simon in Paris and Nogent-sur-Marne; Paolo Natali in Pisa; and William McKelvey in Washington, D.C.   Those who have helped to track down conjectures or rare books include Giuseppe Gilberto Biondi, David Butterfield, Carlotta Dionisotti, Julia Gaisser, Daniel Hadas, Stephen Harrison, Jeffrey Henderson, Giovanni Maggiali, Michael Reeve, and John Trappes-Lomax.
      The editor is especially grateful to James O’Hara, James Rives, Cecil W. Wooten, and their colleagues at the Department of Classics of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who have enabled him to study the Hale-Ullman Papers at the Department, and to have scans made of the collation or the transcription of 113 manuscripts of Catullus that were made by William Gardner Hale, Euan T. Sage, Berthold L. Ullman, and others around the first decade of the twentieth century.
      The Bodleian Library has provided images of Catullus’ codex O, and the Bibliothèque nationale de France of G and T.   The copyright © of these images is asserted on behalf of the respective libraries, as of 2013.
      An image of a fresco fragment that is used in the website has been kindly provided by the Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Lombardia, thanks to the mediation of Elisabetta Roffia; copyright © by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali – Soprintendenza per i beni archeologici della Lombardia, 2013.   The fragment was discovered in the Roman villa at Sirmione (Brescia), and is conserved at the Museo Archeologico di Sirmione.   It has been dated to the Augustan period.   It shows a bare-footed young man holding a book-roll, wearing a toga of a Republican type.   He has been identified tentatively with Catullus.
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