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Open Access Journal: ανάσκαμμα | ανασκαφικό περιοδικό --- anaskamma | excavational journal

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[First posted in AWOL  8 July 2010. Updated 20 November, 2016]

ανάσκαμμα | ανασκαφικό περιοδικό --- anaskamma | excavational journal  [Served also from Wordpress]
ISSN: 1792-8729 (print)
ISSN: 1792-8737 (electronic)
ανάσκαμμα | ανασκαφικό περιοδικό --- anaskamma | excavational journal
Το Ανάσκαμμα διανέμεται σε βιβλιοθήκες, αρχαιολογικά ινστιτούτα και αρχαιολογικές υπηρεσίες στην Ελλάδα και το εξωτερικό. Η ηλεκτρονική του μορφή παρέχεται δωρεάν.

Anaskamma is published by the excavation team of Dispilio (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece). It is distributed in printed form in libraries, archaeological institutes and archaeological services in Greece and abroad, while its electronic form is provided free of charge.

Antike Objekte im Internet kaufen? Ein Wegweiser der DGUF - Buying antique objects on the internet? A Guide by the German Society of Pre- and Protohistory

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DGUF
Sie surfen auf einer Auktionsplattform und finden im Angebot römische Münzen, vorgeschichtliche Beilklingen uvm. Das eine oder andere Stück gefällt Ihnen. Allerdings stellen Sie sich auch die Frage, ob Sie so etwas kaufen dürfen. Unsere Handreichung will Hilfestellung geben und beantwortet Fragen wie: Woher stammen archäologische Objekte, die sich im Handel befinden? Was ist der Unterschied zwischen legalen und illegalen Grabungen? Wie kann ich herausfinden, ob das Stück, für das ich mich interessiere, legal gehandelt wird? Wann macht man sich strafbar? PDF
Buying antique objects on the internet? A Guide by the German Society of Pre- and Protohistory (DGUF) PDF 

Interactive map and satellite images of destroyed monuments of Mosul

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Monuments of Mosul in Danger
The project Monuments of Mosul in Danger (Ohrožená architektura města Mosulu) – supported by the Oriental Institute, The Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague, and the research programme Strategy AV21 of The Czech Academy of Sciences – was launched in reaction to a serious threat to the Mosul architectural sites from ISIS (Daesh), who seized the town in June 2014. Since then, dozens of historical sites have been razed to the ground or severely damaged. Monuments of diverse types, such as mosques, madrasas, mausolea, graveyards, churches and monasteries have been subject to destruction. 
Mosul architecture has only been marginally researched by Western scholars. Because of this, we are not aware of how much world cultural heritage we have been deprived of. The first and only systematic survey of Islamic, Christian, and Jewish monuments in Mosul was conducted by Ernst Herzfeld in 1907-1908. Subsequently, only several aspects of Mosul medieval architecture have been written about by, among others, Ugo Monneret de Villard and Eugen Wirth. Mosul architecture has been studied by many outstanding Iraqi researchers (e.g., Sa‛id al-Diwahji, Tariq Jawad Janabi, Ahmad Qasim al-Jum‛a, Ahmad al-Sufi, al-Kubaisi, al-Tutunchi, and others). Their research, however, remains largely unrecognized by the Western historical and archeological discourse.

The project Monuments of Mosul in Danger (Ohrožená architektura města Mosulu) aims to document and research Mosul monuments that have been destroyed by ISIS since June 2014 (see About the Project). As the first output of the project, we are releasing a list and interactive map of destroyed monuments created through analysis of satellite imagery. The list and map are interconnected with profile lists of individual monuments showing satellite images documenting the scope of the destruction. The map documents the situation as of the end of August 2015. We have failed to identify six of 38 destroyed structures (labeled as unknown structure). We would be grateful for any additional information that would help us to identify them. 
Do not hesitate to contact us should we have made any mistakes in our identifications. Also, any supportive documentation related to the endangered Mosul architecture would be appreciated.

Pleiades Project reports as submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities

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Pleiades Project reports as submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities
FileSemiannual Report: May 2012 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 01:38 PM
During the six-month period covered by this report, Pleiades saw over 28,000 visits from about 19,000 visitors (excluding bots), roughly a 50% increase from the previous six-month period.
FileSemiannual Report: October 2012 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 01:41 PM
The Pleiades Project team is pleased to report a range of developments that continue to affirm NEH's investment and that extend the project's value to scholars, students, and the general public worldwide.
FileSemiannual Report: November 2013 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 01:44 PM
The Pleiades Project team is pleased to report steady growth in use of the Pleiades system and maturation of its content.
Semiannual Report: May 2011 by Tom Elliott— last modified Nov 09, 2012 12:23 AM
The Pleiades project has continued to build on the successes reported in our first semi-annual report (November 2010).
FileSemiannual Report: December 2011 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 01:35 PM
The Pleiades development and editorial team continues to be guided by the needs and interests of its user community in conceiving, prioritizing, and implementing bug fixes, new features, and content modifications. The following report summarizes the broad range of activities completed during the reporting period.
Quarterly Report: December 2010 by Sean Gillies— last modified Nov 09, 2012 12:23 AM
The Pleiades project has enjoyed a successful and productive first half-year under NEH funding. We began with an ambitious agenda, as reflected in the proposal workplan. We have achieved many of the goals we set for ourselves during the period, and have chosen to reprioritize some others in order to meet the needs articulated by our user community (a key approach throughout the period of performance, as highlighted in our proposal).
FilePleiades 2 NEH Proposal Narrative by Tom Elliott— last modified Jul 29, 2014 10:18 AM
Narrative of the successful Pleiades 2 funding proposal, as submitted to the Preservation and Access division of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The resulting grant (PW-50557-10) helped support software and content development for Pleiades between May 1, 2010 and April 30, 2014.
Pleiades Opportunities Survey (Dec 2012) Results by Sean Gillies— last modified Jan 13, 2013 06:27 PM
In December we asked major Pleiades contributors and partners to respond to and elaborate on 10 propositions and questions about opportunities facing us. The results will be used in setting priorities and seeking future funding.
FilePleiades 2 NEH Project Description by Tom Elliott— last modified Jul 29, 2014 10:19 AM
One-page "Description of the Project and Its Significance" that introduced the successful Pleiades 2 funding proposal, as submitted to the Preservation and Access division of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The resulting grant (PW-50557-10) helped support software and content development for Pleiades between May 1, 2010 and April 30, 2014.
FileSemiannual Report: April 2013 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 01:44 PM
The Pleiades Project team is pleased to report a range of developments that continue to affirm NEH's investment and that extend the project's value to scholars, students, and the general public worldwide.
FilePleiades 2 Final Performance Report: July 2014 by Tom Elliott— last modified Aug 07, 2014 03:04 PM
In funding NYU’s request for 3 years’ support of the Pleiades project, the National Endowment for the Humanities endorsed the goal we articulated in our proposal: to attract, engage, and retain the animated community of users (scholars, students, and enthusiasts alike) that had begun to coalesce around Pleiades’ then­unique model of online, open historical geography. We sought to deliver not only a free website and dataset, but an active user community, capable of carrying on collaborative content curation for many years to come. We are happy to report that we have succeeded in meeting this goal.
FileConcordia Final Performance Report: 30 June 2010 by Tom Elliott— last modified Feb 16, 2015 11:30 AM
Final Performance Report Concordia Final Report Grant number: PX-50003-08 Project Title: Concordia Project Director: Dr. Roger Bagnall Grantee Institution: New York University Date Submitted: 30 June 2010
FilePleiades 1 Final Report: September 2008 by Tom Elliott— last modified Feb 16, 2015 11:37 AM
PA-51873-06 Pleiades: Creating an Interactive Internet Archive for Ancient Geography Richard J.A. Talbert University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC acct # 5-41218) September 29, 2008
FilePleiades 3 Proposal Narrative by Tom Elliott— last modified May 28, 2016 01:24 PM
The narrative submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities for NYU's successful "Pleiades 3" proposal (grant number HK-230973-15; 9/1/2015 – 8/31/2018).
FilePleiades 3 Semiannual Report (March 2016) by Tom Elliott— last modified Nov 17, 2016 05:58 PM
A progress report submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities for NYU's successful "Pleiades 3" proposal (grant number HK-230973-15) covering the first 6 months of the project (September 2015 - February 2016).
FilePleiades 3 Semiannual Report (August 2016) by Tom Elliott— last modified Nov 17, 2016 06:04 PM
A progress report submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities for NYU's successful "Pleiades 3" proposal (grant number HK-230973-15) covering the second 6 months of the project (March - August 2016).

Open Access Journal: Études platoniciennes

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Études platoniciennes
ISSN electronic edition: 2275-1785
Études platoniciennes
Les Études platoniciennes sont entièrement consacrées à l'actualité de la recherche sur Platon et la tradition platonicienne. Elles rassemblent : un choix d'études pertinentes sur un thème ou une œuvre particulièrement significatifs pour la recherche contemporaine, la livraison annuelle du « Bulletin Platonicien », avec ses comptes rendus sur les livres récents consacrés à Platon et à la tradition platonicienne, et la « Bibliographie Platonicienne », qui recense toutes les publications dans ce domaine. Les Études platoniciennes favorisent le pluralisme des langues, des disciplines et des méthodes de lecture.

Numéros en texte intégral

Egyptological Museum Search

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Egyptological Museum Search
The Egyptological museum search is a PHP tool aimed to facilitate locating the descriptions and images of ancient Egyptian objects in online catalogues of major museums. Online catalogues (ranging from selections of highlights to complete digital inventories) are now offered by almost all major museums holding ancient Egyptian items and have become indispensable in research work. Yet the variety of web interfaces and of search rules may overstrain any person performing many searches in different online catalogues.
Egyptological museum search was made to provide a single search point for finding objects by their inventory numbers in major collections of Egyptian antiquities that have online catalogues. It tries to convert user input into search queries recognised by museums’ websites. (Thus, for example, stela Geneva D 50 is searched as “D 0050,” statue Vienna ÄS 5046 is searched as “AE_INV_5046,” and coffin Turin Suppl. 5217 is searched as “S. 05217.”) The following online catalogues are supported:
Short name Full name
Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Bibliotheca Alexandrina Bibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum
BM British Museum
Bologna The Archaeological Civic Museum of Bologna
Bolton Bolton Museum
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Brooklyn Brooklyn Museum
Bruxelles Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels
Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Cleveland The Cleveland Museum of Art
Durham Oriental Museum, Durham University
Fitzwilliam The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
Genève The Museum of Art and History of the City of Geneva
Glasgow Hunterian Hunterian Museum Archaeology & Ethnography Collections, Glasgow
Leiden National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden (Egyptological museum search can search by both inventory and Leemans numbers)
Liverpool WM World Museum, National Museums Liverpool
Los Angeles County Museum Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Louvre The Louvre, Paris
Manchester The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester
MMA The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Philadelphia The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia
Stockholm Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
Swansea The Egypt Centre Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Swansea University
Torino Egyptian Museum, Turin
UC The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London
Walters The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
Washington National Museum of Natural History, The Smithsonian, Washington
Wien The Museum of Art History, Vienna
The tool can be used in two ways. First, one may use the online search interface. One may select the museum, enter the searched inventory number in the box, and press “Search.” Then the browser is redirected either to the object desription in the online museum catalogue or to a search results page on the museum website. Second, one may send HTTP GET queries to the Egyptological museum search in order to connect it to a one’s own online or offline application by creating query URLs of the following form:
http://static.egyptology.ru/varia/mus.php?museum=(Museum)&no=(Inventory number) 
In order to provide compatibility with other databases, which may use different designations of the museums, Egyptological museum search supports a number of aliases. Examples of query URLs:
http://static.egyptology.ru/varia/mus.php?museum=Leyden&no=D 127
http://static.egyptology.ru/varia/mus.php?museum=New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art&no=56.136
http://static.egyptology.ru/varia/mus.php?museum=Turin&no=Suppl. 1287

Indian Epigraphy

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[First posted in AWOL  10 March 2010, updated 22 November 2016]

Indian Epigraphy
The basic purpose of the present site is the creation of a compact, systematic and critical repository of Indian epigrahical sources. The material will be 'critical' in the sense that it registers variants in decipherment and alternate readings, with the exception of obvious mistakes. It aims to make these sources accessible to all scholars, even those who have only minimal expertise in computers. Moreover, it requires no special software or hardware to utilize the materials being made available here. 
All that is necessary for viewing our collection of inscriptions is the the installation of a special font (ttf-font), which you can download here as a zip. file. A Mac compatible version of the same font is also available here zip file, due to kindness of Dr. Volker Thewalt (http://www.bamiyan.de, http://www.thewalt.de), converted the font.
The importance of epigraphy for the study of pre-modern South Asia should be obvious. So too should the necessity for a data base in which, over time, it may be possible to begin to make accessible some of the fruits of generations of epigraphists and scholars who have studied these inscriptions, but whose works are often very difficult to find even for those with access to the best libraries. 

In addition, many of the treasures of these vital sources remain unpublished. The only way to make published but obscure as well as still unpublished materials easily available is to utilize the universality of the World Wide Web, through which scholars from around the world can contribute and cooperate to make available and make use of these sources. 
Moreover, it is only through this means that some system may be introduced by which the available materials may be organized, categorized, catalogued and ordered. Presenting these sources in electronic form will also facilitate their study by modern means, including statistical and other computer-related methods. 
One of the basic purposes of the creation of the present database is as an invitation to wide co-operation in this area. Already the first results consist in the publication of two small (and highly specific) collections of epigraphical texts. This has convinced me of the necessity of continuing to develop this resource - within the one and a half years this site has existed, we have been visited more then 10,000 times. This is very encouraging, especially considering the fact that this site is indexed only in one Internet-index, Gretil. (I may mention that this is certainly the best such index for the use of Indologists, and in this connection I would like to express special gratitude to its creator, Dr. Reinhold Gruenendahl). 
However, I cannot carry out this project on my own; I require the assistance of colleagues everywhere. I eagerly solicit your feed-back, advice, and most of all your contributions toward the project of making epigraphical sources available more widely. Suggestions about the reading of the sources, about matters of interpretation, and about what materials you would like to see made available are eagerly sought after. 
There are relatively few of us working today in the field of Sanskrit epigraphy, and only a smaller numbermaking active use of the Internet. It is in all of our interests to cooperate as much as possible!
Please make free use of the materials posted here, and spread the word of the existence of this site to your colleagues, students and friends.
HOME
COLLECTIONS
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EPIGRAPHY
ORISSA- ANDHRA INSCRIPTIONS
COLLECTIONS OF EARLY INSCRIPTIONS SYSTEMATISED BY FINDPLACES
USEFUL
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INSCRIPTIONS OF ASHOKA

Les Vases Archaiques d'Histria

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Les Vases Archaiques d'Histria
PREFACE de M. A. MERLIN
AVERTISSEMENT
ABRÉVIATIONS

Chapitre I.
LE SITE
LES FOUILLES
POSSIBILITÉ D'UN ETABLISSEMENT ANTÉRIEUR A CELUI
DES GRECS
FABRIQUES LOCALES

Chapitre II.- LA CÉRAMIQUE D'HISTRIA
A. VUE D'ENSEMBLE
B. CÉRAMIQUE GRECQUE ORIENTALE
CARACTERES GÉNÉRAUX
OBSERVATIONS SUR LA TECHNIQUE
Les argiles
Couvertes et engobes
Le décor
Persistance des téchniques

Chapitre III. - VASES A RELIEFS
DESCRIPTION
Style de Rhodes
Fabrique indéterminée
Vases émaillés

Chapitre IV. - BOLS IONIENS
A. BOLS A OISEAU
DESCRIPTION
B. BOLS A ROSACES PONCTUÉES
Catégories. - Variantes
DESCRIPTION
Décor a une seule rosace ponctuée entre des f ilets verticaux
Trois rosaces ponctuées entre des f ilets verticaux
Rosaces ponctuées sur le champ libre
Bols a décor de rosaces étoilées
Variantes
Bol a rosace-palmette. - Croix cantonnée de points.
C. BOLS DÉCORÉS DE FLEURS DE LOTUS
DESCRIPTION
Catégorie sans engobe
Catégorie avec engobe
Coupes a raies fines en forme de bol
D. BOLS A YEUX
DESCRIPTION
E. CATÉGORIE INDÉTERMINÉE APPARENTÉE AUX BOLS Á YEUX
F. FRAG MENTS DE BOLS APPARTENANT A UNE DES CATÉGORIES
PRÉCEDENTES
DESCRIPTION

Chapitre V. - COUPES "IONIENNES"
A. CATÉGORIE COURANTE 81 Variante
DESCRIPTION
Catégorie conzmune
Coupe a guirlande
Coupe apparentée
B. COUPES FINES
DESCRIPTION


Chapitre VI. - CÉRAMIQUE IONIENNE.

Généralités
VASES DE GRANDE CONTENANCE
A. LES GRANDES AMPHORES
Catégorie recouverte d'un engobe blanc
Grandes amphores sans couverte
Nature des signes particuliers a ces amphores
Coup d'oil sur l'ensemble de la fabrication
DESCRIPTION
Amph.ores recouvertes d'un engobe blane
Amphores sans engobe
Amphores de Théra
Fabrique indéterminée
B. AMPHORES ET VASES DE TECHNIQUE A LA BROSSE
Technique a la brosse
Utilisation grecque de cette technique
Caracteres de ce groupe; ses possibles origines
DESCRIPTION
C. AMPHORE-PITHOS
DESCRIPTION
D. SITULE-PITHOS
DESCRIPTION
VASES DE CONTENANCE MOYENNE
A. VASES APPARENTÉS AU GROUPE "RHODIEN"
Les amphores
Les cenochoés
Onochoés a bec trilobé
Onochoés de la forme dite olpé
B. FABRIQUES IONIENNES INDETERMINÉES
Décor rouge ou brun sur fond clair (avec ou sans en.gobe)
Fragment de stamnos
Décor blanc sur fond rouge ou brun
Fragments d'aspect brun gris, a décor noir
DESCRIPTION
Vases a décor rouge ou brun sur fond clair
Vases a décor blane sur fond brun ou rouge
Vases d'aspect brun gris, a décor noir
Vases sans décor
C. COUPES EN FORME D'ECUELLES ET ASSIETTES DE POTERIE
COURANTE IONIENNE
DESCRIPTION
Fragments d'assiettes
Tasses, bols et coupes
Fragments divers
D. LES VASES-COURONNES
DESCRIPTION
REMARQUES SUR QUELQUES FRAGMENTS NON PUBLIÉS


Chapitre VII. - LES MARQUES
DESCRIPTION
Lettres peintes
Marques peintes
Un cercle ponctué 216 Marque aux deux cercles
Marque aux trois cercles
Autres marques
Lettres incisées et graffites
Marques au poinçon
? poinçonné
Cercle poinçonné
Marque aux deux cercles poinçonnés
Variantes
Poinçon et marque incisée
Signe au pouce
Signe aux deux pouces

LES VASES GRECS ORIENTAUX A DÉCOR ORIENTALISANT


Chapitre VIII. - STYLE DE "CAMIROS"
A. LES FORMES
B. LES FABRIQUES
Décor rouge
Décor noir ou brun
Technique mixte ou particuliere
Imitation du style camiréen
Engobe jaune
Engobe gris
C. REMARQUES CONCERNANT LES COUPES ET LES PLATS
D. COUP DOIL D'ENSEMBLE
DESCRIPTION
Les amphores
Style de transition (début du style) ou d'imitation
Style de transition (fin du style)
Style courant
Formes douteuses
Dinoi 251
Fragments avec incisions
Divers
Onochoés
Fragments a engobe épais et lustré
Fragments de lagynoi
Catégorie faisant usage de l'incision (onochoés)
Onochoés partiellement recouvertes de vernis noir, a incisions et a décor
polychrome
Catégorie dite de "Vroulia"
Amphore
Imitation du style camiréen. Fragments a engobe gris
Coupes et plats
Style de transition


Chapitre IX. - STYLE DE NAUCRATIS
REMARQUES SUR LA TECHNIQUE
DESCRIPTION
Calices
Phiales a omphalos
Divers
Catégorie faisant usage de l'incision


Chapitre X. - STYLE DE FIKELLURA
REMARQUES CONCERNANT L'ORIGINE DE CE STYLE
DESCRIPTION
Amphores
A incisions
Sans incisions
Formes douteuses (onochoés ou amphores)
Fragments d'onochoés
Fragment d'olpé
Bol ou coupe


CONCLUSION

APPENDICE
I. Rectifications
II. Bibliographie
III. L'aigle au dauphin
IV. Le golfe et la ville antique (Le golfe. La ville. L'acropole. Temple d'Apollon.
Temple d'Aphrodite)
V. Date du mur d'enceinte de la ville et culte d'Apollon
VI. Restes de la ville primitive
VII. Les dépôts. Inventaire du dépôt a
VIII. Fabriques locales et vases indigenes
IX. Limites de cette étude
X. Les argiles. Décor mat
XI. Le terme de "rhodien"
XII. Engobe et couverte
XIII. Le fragment d'Athenes
XIV. Les vases-couronnes
XV. Amphore au lotus a rinceaux
XVI. Fikellura et le style géométrique de l'Asie Mineure
XVII. La fabrique de Phocée
XVIII. Description des planches
XIX. Fragment au serpent
XX. Les vers d'Homère


AUAC: The Association for the Understanding of Ancient Cultures

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Amphoreus: Online Database of the "Bulletin Amphorologique"

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 First posted in AWOL 9 June 2011. Updated 23 November 2016]
 Amphoreus
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Welcome to Amphoreus ! This siterepresents the on-line database of the « Bulletin Amphorologique» edited by the Revue des études grecques. Not only does it allow readers to look up all the reviews appearing in the Bulletin, it also announces the publication of studies dealing with amphoras and their stamps, automatically including them in the list of new publications ; where necessary these studies will also be reviewed in the Bulletin. Moreover, a text bank and a picture bank allow one to publish documents online, while the agenda and the forum help to keep up to date with the latest developments in amphora research. The norms for the publication of amphora stamps and a list of bibliographical abbreviations are also available.



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The AMPHORAS Project

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[First posted in AWOL 26 November 2012, updated 23 November 2016]

The AMPHORAS Project
http://projects.chass.utoronto.ca/amphoras/ills/ss00127.gif
This site contains information on plain, unglazed, ceramic storage containers, with two handles, mostly pointed at the bottom, used to carry wine, oil, fish, and other commodities around the ancient Mediterranean. AMPHORAS is making available part of the archive collected by Virginia R. Grace at the excavations of the Agora at Athens, as well as some additional materials. Included are:
  • a bibliography of scholarly work on finding, identifying, and studying Greek and Roman amphoras and the trade they carried
  • passages in ancient Greek literature on the use of amphoras (quoted in English).
  • translations into English of works (or parts of works) published in Russian on amphoras
  • links to other Web sites with amphora information and/or images (excavations, wrecks, etc) and other sources of bibliography
  • searches of the bibliography files and the text of other files. Use '@' for and, '.' for any letter (wr.ck@mahdia): see Notes on searching.

Timbres amphoriques de Délos / Amphora stamps of Delos

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Les timbres amphoriques de Délos mis en ligne
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Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer le début de la mise en ligne des timbres amphoriques de Délos. Nous commencerons par les 1369 anses timbrées rhodiennes ainsi que par des ensembles de fouilles et des petits groupes (id est en dehors des cnidiens et des rhodiens). La documentation (lecture, photographie, parfois frottis) a été réalisée par les trois soussignés au cours d’un séjour à Délos au mois de septembre 2013. La base de données a été remplie durant l’hiver par Mina Sakrak, étudiante en Master à l’Université Ege d’Izmir, l’identification des matrices a été assurée par Gonca Cankardeş-Şenol, la mise en ligne étant effectuée par Danielle Guiraudios, Informaticienne du CEAlex.

État des lieux. La collection que Virginia Grace avait placée dans des tiroirs de TD 1 à 6789 et que Jean-Yves Empereur avait continué à augmenter en suivant le même système jusqu’au TD 8186 (1)était placée dans des meubles en bois à tiroirs fabriqués ad hoc, suivant un standard mis au point par l’équipe américaine (comme à l’Agora d’Athènes et au Musée gréco-romain d’Alexandrie). Placés dans la partie méridionale de la réserve sud de la cour sud, ces meubles ont été transportés et réarrangés d’une manière admirable par Panagiotis Hatzidakis, Éphore des Cyclades, dans la partie nord de la même réserve. Les anses d’amphores peuvent être aisément localisées et les conditions de travail sont excellentes, avec des espaces de travails aérés donnant sur la cour sud du musée. Nous remercions les Autorités grecques pour leur accueil, en particulier les collaborateurs du KAS à Délos, ainsi que l’École Française d’Athènes en la personne de son Directeur, Alexandre Farnoux, pour les facilités dont nous avons profité tout au long de notre séjour dans l’île.

Le groupe rhodien de Délos, qui occupe 34 tiroirs à ce jour, est ici présenté dans une fiche allégée qui comprend pour chaque anse le n° de TD, éventuellement le n° d’inventaire du musée et/ou de la fouille, le tiroir de rangement, le nom du fabricant ou de l’éponyme, le mois, l’attribut, une transcription de l’inscription, la datation et les éventuelles références de publication, une photographie, éventuellement un frottis, et le numéro de matrice : celui-ci, lié au n° de TD, constitue la véritable identité du timbre selon le système adopté sur le site www.amphoralex.org(2). Un bouton permet de passer de la présente base délienne à la base générale d’Amphoralex où on trouvera la fiche développée de la matrice correspondant au timbre délien traité. Il faut noter que quelques fiches déliennes ne portent pas ce numéro de matrice, quand celle-ci n’a pas été reconnue, lorsqu’il s’agit d’un timbre illisible ou peu lisible. Nous pouvons aussi nous trouver en face d’une nouvelle matrice, tel le TD 6260 où l’on découvre, parfaitement lisible, le nom d’un fabricant inconnu jusqu’à présent, Dazimos (3) (fig. 2). Dans ce cas, nous ajoutons une nouvelle fiche dans la base Amphoralex. À noter aussi le bel ensemble des anses rhodiennes de date basse, fin IIe – début du Ier siècle avant J.-C., un trait particulier à Délos qui correspond à l’histoire du site, avec les quartiers de maisons détruites en 88 et abandonnées en 69 avant J.-C.
Méthodologie /
Methodology
Construction de la base de données /
Building the database
Définition des matrices /
Defining the matrices
Corpus des matrices des timbres des éponymes et fabricants rhodiens /
Corpus of matrices of stamps of Rhodian eponyms and producers
Correspondance périodes-dates /
Chronologicals periods

Timbres amphoriques de Délos/Amphora stamps of Delos
Les timbres amphoriques de Délos mis en ligne
Consultation de la base/Database

Open Access Journal: Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea

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Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea
ISSN 1578-1356
Portada
Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea (ISSN 1578-1356) estudia i difon el món de l'arqueologia mediterrània. Es publica en volums monogràfics, que inclouen contribucions sobre temes específics. També inclou estudis descriptius i tipològics que permeten entendre millor alguna de les èpoques del Mediterrani protohistòric. S'incideix en qüestions de teoria i mètode de l'arqueologia, investigacions ecològiques i paleoambientals o de qüestions conceptuals, com el colonialisme, els orígens d'estat, la dinàmica social, etc.
















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New Open Access Journal: Journal of Hellenistic Pottery and Material Culture

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Journal of Hellenistic Pottery and Material Culture
ISSN: 2399-1844 (Print) 
ISSN: 2399-1852 (online) 
Volume 1
Table of Contents:
A Fill from a Potter’s Dump at Morgantina – by Shelley Stone
Trade in Pottery within the Lower Adriatic in the 2nd century BCE – by Carlo De Mitri
Hellenistic Ash Containers from Phoinike (Albania) – by Nadia Aleotti
Pottery Production in Hellenistic Chalkis, Euboea. Preliminary Notes – by Yannis Chairetakis
A Terracotta Figurine of a War Elephant and Other Finds from a Grave at Thessaloniki – by Eleni Lambrothanassi & Annareta Touloumtzidou
Moldmade Bowls from Straton’s Tower (Caesarea Maritima) – by Renate Rosenthal-Heginbottom
Greco-Roman Jewellery from the Necropolis of Qasrawet (Sinai) – by Renate Rosenthal-Heginbottom

ARCHAEOLOGICAL NEWS AND PROJECTS
Panathenaic Amphorae of Hellenistic and Roman Times – by Martin Streicher

BOOK REVIEWS
Shelley C. Stone, Morgantina Studies 6. The Hellenistic and Roman Fine Wares – by Peter J. Stone
Pia Guldager Bilde & Mark L. Lawall (eds.), Pottery, Peoples and Places, BSS 16 – by Kathleen Warner Slane
Susan I. Rotroff, Hellenistic Pottery. The Plain Wares, Agora 33 – by Patricia Kögler

Open Access Journal: Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission

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Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission
Der von der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission herausgegebene „Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts“ trug von 1905-1907 den Titel „Bericht über die Fortschritte der Römisch-Germanischen Forschung“. Die Zeitschrift beinhaltet neben dem Jahresbericht der RGK größere Forschungsüberblicke zu laufenden und abgeschlossenen Projekten  von der Steinzeit bis ins frühe Mittelalter inklusive naturwissenschaftlicher Beiträge und Tagungsberichte, zeitweilig auch verschiedene Bibliographien.
Die Aufsätze werden in deutscher, englischer oder französischer Sprache gedruckt und unterliegen einem Peer Review-Verfahren. 

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FACEM: Provenance Studies on Pottery in the Central Mediterranean

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FACEM: Provenance Studies on Pottery in the Central Mediterranean

Provenance Studies on Pottery

in the Southern Central Mediterranean from the 6th to the 2nd c. B.C.

Facem (= Fabrics of the Central Mediterranean) is a database for specialists of Greek, Punic and Roman pottery, first released on 6th of June 2011. Its aim is to give an overview of production centres in the Central Mediterranean region by presenting images and descriptions of fabrics.
We are glad to present the fifth release of FACEM of December 6th, 2015, focused on the edition of a software module designed for archaeometric data related to thin-section petrography.
If you are interested in contributing to the FACEM project, please read "About FACEM".


Microscope Documentation Sites
Learn more about the project and the methodology used.
Instructions how to use data in FACEM and how to create your own workspace.
Download contributions concerning fabrics, wares and production sites as PDFs

GREECE


Greek Mainland



North Aegean Area



East Aegean Area



ITALY


Bay of Naples



Lucania



Calabria



Sicily



IONIC-ADRIATIC REGION



SARDINIA



CIRCULO DEL ESTRECHO DE GIBRALTAR



NORTH AFRICA



IGNOTA GREEK AND PUNIC


Immensa Aequora Digital Library

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Immensa Aequora Digital Library
http://www.immensaaequora.org/img/header-blu.jpg
Monographies

IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013. ISBN: 978-88-7140-540-7
OLCESE G. (2011-2012). Atlante dei siti di produzione ceramica (Toscana, Lazio, Campania e Sicilia) con le tabelle dei principali relitti del Mediterraneo occidentale, Immensa Aequora 2, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2011-2012. ISBN: 978-88-7140-451-6
OLCESE G. (2010). Le anfore greco italiche di Ischia: archeologia e archeometria. Artigianato ed economia nel Golfo di Napoli, Immensa Aequora 1, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2010. ISBN 978-88-7140-450-9. (allegato1)
OLCESE G. (2003). Ceramiche comuni a Roma e in area romana: produzione, circolazione e tecnologia (tarda età repubblicana – prima età imperiale), Documenti di Archeologia 28, Editore S.A.P. (Società Archeologica Padana srl), Mantova 2003. ISBN: 88-87115-29-X, Mantova 2003
OLCESE G. (1998) (con Della Porta C., Sfredda N., Tassinari G.). Ceramiche in Lombardia tra II sec. a.C. e VII sec. d.C. Raccolta dei dati editi (a cura di G. Olcese), Documenti di Archeologia 16, Editore S.A.P. (Società Archeologica Padana srl), Mantova 1998. ISBN: 88-87115-15-X. (allegato1, allegato2)
   
Papers
OLCESE G. (2015). "Produzione e circolazione mediterranea delle ceramiche della Campania nel III secolo a.C. Alcuni dati della ricerca archeologica e archeometrica" in  La Magna Grecia da Pirro ad Annibale, Atti del cinquantaduesimo Convegno di Studi sulla Magna Grecia, Taranto 27-30 settembre 2012, Taranto 2015, pp.159 -210
OLCESE G. (2013). Progetto IMMENSA AEQUORA: recenti sviluppi per la ricostruzione del commercio marittimo romano, in Conoscenza e Tutela del patrimonio sommerso, in Atti del Convegno Scuola Normale Superiore, 11 dicembre 2012, Pisa, a cura di L. Botarelli e D. La Monica, 2013, pp. 117-138
OLCESE G. (2013). IMMENSA AEQUORA. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV secolo a.C. - I d.C.). I dati delle ceramiche, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 9-222
OLCESE G. (2013) (con Cortese C., Coletti C., Giunta S., Manzini I.). IMMENSA AEQUORA. Una banca dei dati archeologici e archeometrici delle ceramiche prodotte in Italia centro-meridionale, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 29-33
OLCESE G. (2013). Produzione ceramica nel Golfo di Napoli e nella Campania settentrionale. Parte I. La ricerca archeometrica: stato degli studi e prospettive di ricerca, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 35-49
OLCESE G. (2013) (con Iliopoulos I., Giunta S.). Ceramic production in the Gulf of Naples and in Northern Campania. Part II. Archaeometric Reference Collection of Ceramics of some important Production Sites in Campania: Ischia, Naples, Sorrento, Capua and Cales, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 50-78
OLCESE G. (2013) (con Giunta S., Iliopoulos I., Capelli C.). Relitti della Sicilia (metà III-I sec. a.C.): primi dati delle analisi archeometriche sulle anfore, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 79-102
OLCESE G. (2013). Il progetto IMMENSA AEQUORA e la ricerca archeometrica sulle ceramiche, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 477-485.
OLCESE G.(2013) (con S. Giunta, I. Iliopoulos e C. Capelli), Indagini archeologiche e archeometriche preliminari sulle anfore di alcuni relitti della Sicilia (metà III – I sec. A.C.) ( in: Itineraires des vins romains en Gaule (IIIe-Ie siècles avant J.-C.). Confrontation de Faciès. Lattes (CNRS), Actes du Colloque eropéen organisé par l’UMR 5140 du CNRS, Lattes 30 janvier - 3 février 2007. Ed. F. Olmer, Lattes 2013, pp. 485-600.
OLCESE G. (2011) (con Capelli C.), The Black Gloss Pottery in the Region of Ostia: Archaeology and Archaeometry, 37th international Symposium on Archaeometry, Siena 12-16 may 2008, pp. 127-131.
OLCESE G. (2010). Produzione e circolazione di ceramiche e anfore dall’area tirrenica centro-meridionale (fine IV secolo a.C. - I secolo d.C.): i dati dalla ricerca archeologica e archeometrica. Alcuni obiettivi della sessione e un progetto in corso. In Roma 2008. International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Meetings between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean, Bollettino di Archeologia on line I 2010/ Volume speciale B / B8 / 1
OLCESE G. (2010) (con Capelli C., Carconi A., Ceccarelli L., Giunta S., Montali I., Manzini I., Scorrano A.), Le ceramiche a vernice nera nel IV e III secolo a.C. dell’Ager Portuensis e di Ostia: notizie preliminari sulle ricerche archeologiche e archeometriche. In Roma 2008. International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Meetings between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean, Bollettino di Archeologia on line I 2010/ Volume speciale B / B8 / 2
OLCESE G. (2010), Immensa Aequora. Un atlante e un database delle fornaci e delle ceramiche dell'Italia centro meridionale (Etruria, Lazio, Campania e Sicilia), in Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta 41, 2010, pp. 275-282
OLCESE G. (2009) Archeometria e ceramica romana (Roma / area romana - Golfo di Napoli): stato delle ricerche e progetti in corso, in: 10° giornata di archeometria della ceramica. Le classi ceramiche: situazione degli studi. Roma, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. 5-7 aprile 2006, a cura di Sabrina Gualtieri, Bruno Fabbri, Giovanna Bandini. ISBN978-88-7228-567-1, pp 17-24.
OLCESE G. (2010) (con Asensio D., Long L., Volpe G., Olmer F., Ceccarelli L., Ferrandes A., Manzini I., Bezeczky T.), Produzione e circolazione di ceramiche e anfore dall’area tirrenica centro-meridionale (fine IV secolo a.C. - I secolo d.C.): i dati della ricerca archeologica e archeometrica. In Roma 2008. International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Meetings between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean, Bollettino di Archeologia on line I 2010/ Volume speciale B / B8 / 1
OLCESE G. (2009). Produzione e circolazione ceramica in area romana in età repubblicana: linee di ricerca, metodi di indagine e problemi aperti. In: Suburbium II. Ecole francaise, Roma, 2006, p. 143 -156, ISBN: 2728306710
OLCESE G. (2009) (con G. Thierrin-Michael G.) Graeco-Italic amphorae in the region of Ostia: archeology and archaeometry, in: EMAC '07, 9th European meeting on Ancient Ceramics. Budapest, Hungary, October 24-27, 2007. ISBN/ISSN: 978-963-7061-42-4. BUDAPEST: Hungarian National Museum (HUNGARY), pp. 159 -163.
OLCESE G. (2006). Ricerche archeologiche e archeometriche sulla ceramica romana: alcune considerazioni e proposte di ricerca. In: Old pottery in a New Century. Innovating perspectives on Roman Pottery Studies. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi. Catania, 22-24 Aprile 2004, CATANIA: Monografie Ist. Beni Arch. e Monumentali CNR 1, p. 523-535
OLCESE G. (2006), Archeologia della produzione e del commercio: l’approccio archeometrico allo studio delle ceramiche, in: A. DOSTERT UND F. LANG. Mittel und Wege. Zur Bedeutung von Material und Technik in der Archäologie, pp. 263-273. ISBN: 3-933925-61-4. MÖHNESEE: Bibliopolis (GERMANY), 2006, pp. 263-273
OLCESE G. (2005/2006). The production and circulation of Greco-Italic amphorae of Campania
(Ischia/Bay of Naples) The data of the archaeological and archaeometric research
in Skyllis, 7.Jahrgang 2005/06 HEFT 1-2, 2007, pp. 60-75.
OLCESE G. (2004).Anfore Greco-Italiche antiche: alcune osservazioni sull'origine e sulla circolazione alla luce di recenti ricerche archeologiche e archeometriche,
in Metodi e approcci archeologici: l'industria e il commercio nell'Italia antica, BAR International Series 1262, 2004, pp. 173-192.
OLCESE G. (con Morelli C., Zevi F.) (2004). Scoperte recenti nelle saline portuensi (Campus salinarum romanarum) e un progetto di ricerca sulla ceramica di area ostiense in età repubblicana, in Méditerranée occidentale antique: les échanges, III seminario Musée d’Histoire Marseille, A. Gallina Zevi e R. Turchetti (Eds), Soveria Mannelli 2004, pp. 43-55
OLCESE G. (2004) (con M. Picon). Italian terra sigillata in Rome and the Rome area : production, distribution and laboratory analysis. La production de céramique sigillée à Rome et dans le Latium, in : Atti del Convegno internazionale “Early italian sigillata. The chronological framework and trade patterns » Proceedings of the First International ROCT-Congress Leuwen, May 7 and 9, 1999, Ed. By J. Poblome, P. Talloen, R. Brulet and M. Waelkens, Catholic University of Leuwen-Belgium, Leuven-Paris-Dudley, MA 2004, pp. 279-298, ISBN: 9789042914810.
G. OLCESE, M. PICON (2002) Towards the setting up of an archaeometric data bank of the pottery produced in Italy. Periodico di Mineralogia, 71, Archaeometry and Classical Heritage, Special Issue, pp. 167-172, Coop. Libraria Nuova Cultura Roma.
OLCESE G. (2000) (con Brogiolo G.P.). Introduzione. In G.P. Brogiolo, G. Olcese (a cura di), Produzione ceramica in area padana tra il II secolo a.c. e il VII secolo d.C.: nuovi dati e prospettive di ricerca. Atti del Convegno internazionale (Desenzano del Garda, 8-10 aprile 1999), Mantova 2000, pp. 9-10, ISBN: 88-87115-21-4.
OLCESE G. (2000), Archeometria in D. Manacorda, R. Francovich (a cura di): Dizionario di Archeologia -vol. 127-’, editore Laterza, pp. 24-29, Roma-Bari, ISBN: 88-420-5909-9.
OLCESE G. (2000), Determinazione di origine in D. Manacorda, R. Francovich (a cura di): Dizionario di Archeologia -vol. 127-’, editore Laterza, pp. 115-122, Roma-Bari, ISBN: 88-420-5909-9.
OLCESE G. (2000), Tecnologie produttive in D. Manacorda, R. Francovich (a cura di): Dizionario di Archeologia -vol. 127-’, editore Laterza, pp. 328-333, Roma-Bari, ISBN: 88-420-5909-9.
OLCESE G. (2000), Metodi di datazione, R. Francovich (a cura di): Dizionario di Archeologia -vol. 127-’, editore Laterza, pp. 105-110, Roma-Bari, ISBN: 88-420-5909-9.
OLCESE G. (1999). Analisi di laboratorio sulle ceramiche provenienti da S.Giulia, Brescia, in G.P. Brogiolo (a cura di) : "S.Giulia di Brescia. Gli scavi dal 1980 al 1992. Reperti preromani, romani e altomedievali", All'Insegna del Giglio, Firenze 1999. pp. 221-23.
OLCESE G. (1999). Ceramica e archeologia: l’eredità di Nino Lamboglia e alcuni attuali indirizzi di ricerca, in: Rivista di Studi Liguri, anno LXIII-LXIV (1997-1998), Bordighera 1999, pp. 57-64.
OLCESE G. (1999). Le ceramiche fini della fase II e alcuni problemi aperti nell'ambito della produzione ceramica di area padana, in G. P. Brogiolo (a cura di), "S.Giulia di Brescia. Gli scavi dal 1980 al 1992. Reperti preromani, romani e altomedievali", All'Insegna del Giglio, Firenze 1999, pp. 97-101.
OLCESE G. (1999) La produzione di anfore e ceramica a vernice nera a Ischia in età ellenistica: il quartiere artigianale sotto la chiesa di S. Restituta a Lacco Ameno, in: Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Classical Archaeology', Amsterdam, July 12-17 1998, Classical Archaeology towards the Third Millennium: reflections and Perspectives, (Eds. R.F. Docter, E.M. Moormann), Amsterdam 1999, pp. 117-122..
OLCESE G. (1999), Ceramica e archeometria: alcune riflessioni alla luce della situazione italiana, in: Atti del 1o Congresso Nazionale di Archeometria A.I.Ar. (Associazione Italiana di Archeometria), Verona, 2-4 dicembre 1999, pp. 351-362.
OLCESE G. (1998). Ceramica a vernice nera di Roma e dell'area romana: i risultati delle analisi di laboratorio, in: Atti del seminario di studi internazionali "Indagini archeo-metriche relative alla ceramica a vernice nera: nuovi dati sulla provenienza e la diffusione", Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano 22.-23. novembre 1996, Como 1998, pp. 141-152.
OLCESE G. (1998) (con G. Murialdo, P. Palazzi et L. Parodi), Ceramiche comuni in Liguria (VI/VII secolo): produzione e circolazione, in: Atti del Convegno in onore di John W. Hayes "Ceramica in Italia: VI e VII secolo", American Academy in Rome - British School at Rome, 11.-13.05.1995, Edizioni All’Insegna del Giglio, Firenze 1998, pp. 227-239.
OLCESE G. (1998) (con M. Picon). Ceramiche a vernice nera in Italia: fondamenti teorici e problemi aperti, in: Atti del seminario di studi internazionali "Indagini archeometriche relative alla ceramica a vernice nera: nuovi dati sulla provenienza e la diffusione", Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano 22-23 novembre 1996, Como 1998, pp. 31-37.
OLCESE G. (1996) (con Picon M., Thirion Merle V.), Il quartiere ceramico sotto la Chiesa di Santa Restituta di Lacco Ameno di Ischia e la produzione di ceramica e anfore in età ellenistica, in: Bollettino di Archeologia 40 (1996), pp. 7-29, ISSN: 1120-2742. .
OLCESE G. (1996). Problemi metodologici e indirizzi di ricerca nello studio delle ceramiche archeologiche in Italia settentrionale: alcune considerazioni. In G.P. Brogiolo, S. Gelichi (a cura di), Le ceramiche alto medievali (fine VI-X sec.) in Italia settentrionale: produzione e commerci. VI Seminario sul Tardoantico e l'Altomedioevo in Italia centro-settentrionale (Montebarro - Galbiate, 21-22 aprile 1995), Mantova 1996, pp. 217-219, ISBN: 88-87115-06-0.
OLCESE G. (1996). Ceramiche comuni di origine tirrenica centro-meridionale: problemi aperti. L'evidenza dei reperti di Albintimilium, in: Atti del Convegno "Les céramiques communes de Campanie et de Narbonnaise. La vaisselle de cuisine et de table", Centre J. Bérard, Institut Français de Naples 1994, pp. 421-447.
OLCESE G. (1995) (con M. Picon). Ceramica in archeologia e in archeometria: qualche riflessione metodologica sulle determinazioni di origine, in: Archeologia Medievale XXII, 1995, pp. 429-432.
OLCESE G. (1995). La ceramica comune del lotto Cadorna, in G. Sena Chiesa (a cura di): Angera romana, scavi nell'abitato 1980-1986, vol. I, Roma 1995, pp. 409-440
OLCESE G. (1994). Ceramiche comuni e archeometria. In G. Olcese (a cura di), Ceramica romana e archeometria: lo stato degli studi. Atti delle Giornate Internazionali di Studio (Castello di Montegufoni (FI), 26-27 aprile 1993), Firenze 1994, p. 89 ss., ISBN: 88-7814-010-4.
OLCESE G. (1994) (con Picon M.). Per una classificazione in laboratorio delle ceramiche comuni. In G. Olcese (a cura di), Ceramica romana e archeometria: lo stato degli studi. Atti delle Giornate Internazionali di Studio (Castello di Montegufoni (FI), 26-27 aprile 1993), Firenze 1994, p. 105 ss., ISBN: 88-7814-010-4.
OLCESE G. (1994) (con Baldi G.). Per l’attuazione del laboratorio di archeometria del museo di Montelupo e dell’Università di Siena. In G. Olcese (a cura di), Ceramica romana e archeometria: lo stato degli studi. Atti delle Giornate Internazionali di Studio (Castello di Montegufoni (FI), 26-27 aprile 1993), Firenze 1994, p. 169 ss., ISBN: 88-7814-010-4.
OLCESE G. (1994). La produzione ceramica a Roma in epoca repubblicana e nella prima età imperiale: notizie preliminari sulle analisi di laboratorio. In G. Olcese (a cura di), Ceramica romana e archeometria: lo stato degli studi. Atti delle Giornate Internazionali di Studio (Castello di Montegufoni (FI), 26-27 aprile 1993), Firenze 1994, p. 237 ss., ISBN: 88-7814-010-4.
OLCESE G. (1994) (con Manacorda D., Patterson H.). Le anfore di Giancola (BR): archeologia, archeometria, storia. In G. Olcese (a cura di), Ceramica romana e archeometria: lo stato degli studi. Atti delle Giornate Internazionali di Studio (Castello di Montegufoni (FI), 26-27 aprile 1993), Firenze 1994, p. 227 ss., ISBN: 88-7814-010-4.
OLCESE G. (1994) Laterizi bollati da Roma villa dei Quintili: analisi chimiche e mineralogiche preliminari, in: First European workshop on archaeological ceramics, F. Burragato, O. Grubessi, L. Lazzarini (a cura di), Roma 10-12 ottore 1991, pp. 519 -525..
OLCESE G. (1993) (con G.P. Brogiolo). Recensione a "Gli scavi della linea 3 della Metropolitana milanese"', in D. Caporusso (a cura di), "I Materiali", in: Archeologia Medievale XX, 1993, pp. 676-683.
OLCESE G. (1993).Il contributo delle analisi di laboratorio allo studio e alla classificazione della ceramica in archeologia, in: Acte du 8° Congrès SIMCER (Simposio Internazionale della Ceramica) "Archeometria della ceramica: problemi di metodo", International Symposium on Ceramics, Rimini, 10-12 novembre 1992, pp. 35-53, Rastignano, Bologna 1993.
OLCESE G. (1993). Archeologia e archeometria dei laterizi bollati urbani: primi risultati e prospettive di ricerca, in: "The Inscribed Economy: Production and Distribution in the Roman Empire in the Light of Instrumentum Domesticum", Journal of Roman Archaeology, Suppl. 6, pp. 121- 128, Ann Arbor, Mi. 1993.
OLCESE G. (1993) La produzione ceramica a Roma tra la tarda repubblica e i primi secoli dell’impero: notizie preliminari sulle analisi di laboratorio, in: Proceedings of the European Meeting on Ancient Ceramics “Estudis sobre Ceramica Antiga”, Barcelona, 18-21 novembre 1993, pp. 173-178.
OLCESE G. (1992) La produzione ceramica ad “Albintimilium” (Liguria) in epoca tardo romana: analisi chimiche e mineralogiche, in: La ceramica invetriata tardoantica e altomedievale in Italia, Atti del Seminario Certosa di Pontignano (Siena), 23-24 febbraio 1990, (a cura di L. Paoli), Edizioni Insegna del Giglio, Firenze 1992, pp. 621-635.
OLCESE G. (1992). Ceramica antica e tecniche archeometriche, in G. Pucci (a cura di): La fornace di Umbricio Cordo, l'officina di un ceramista romano e il territorio di Torrita di Siena nell'antichità, Firenze 1992, pp. 145-154.
OLCESE G. (1992) Ceramica comune di produzione locale e di importazione: il caso di Albintimilium, in: Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta XXXI/XXXII, XVII "Arturo Stenico in memoriam" 1992, pp. 333-347
OLCESE G. (1990) Roman Coarse Ceramics from Albintimilium (Italy): an example of archaeometric and archaeological Studies, in: Archaeometry 1990, International Symposium on Archaeometry, E. Pernicka e G.A. Wagner (a cura di), Heidelberg, 2-6 april 1990, pp. 495-504.
OLCESE G. (1989). La ceramica comune di Albintimilium. Notizie preliminari sull'indagine archeologica e archeometrica. La produzione di epoca tardo-imperiale, in: Rivista Internazionale di Studi Liguri, LV, nn. 1-4,1989, pp. 149-228.
OLCESE G. (1988). Die Villa der Quintilier und die östliche Vorstadt Roms im II Jh. n.Chr., in: "Kaiser Marc Aurel und seine Zeit", Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Abguss Sammlung Antiker Plastik, Berlin 1988, (Herausgeber K. Stemmer), pp. 237-239.
OLCESE G. (1985). Ceramica comune proveniente da Libarna imitante forme della terra sigillata chiara, in: Rivista Internazionale di Studi Liguri, LI, n. 4, 1985, pp. 427-437.

 
  Several papers of the Project’s Contributors
IAVARONE S., OLCESE G. (2013), Le anfore Dressel 2-4 di produzione tirrenica: una proposta di progetto archeologico ed archeometrico, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop, Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, Roma 2013, pp. 221-226.
MANZINI I. (2013). La ceramica a vernice nera di Teano: nuovi dati sulle caratteristiche della produzione locale, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop. Ricerche archeologiche, archeometriche e informatiche per la ricostruzione dell'economia e dei commerci nel bacino occidentale del Mediterraneo (metà IV sec. a.C. - I sec. d.C.), Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, a cura di G. Olcese, Immensa Aequora 3, Roma, Edizioni Quasar, 2013, pp. 201-208.
OLCESE G., SORANNA G. (2013). I palmenti dell'Italia centro meridionale. Studio storico-archeologico, topografico e archeobotanico in alcune aree di Campania e Sicilia, in IMMENSA AEQUORA Workshop, Atti del Convegno, Roma 24-26 gennaio 2011, Roma 2013, pp. 307-314.
GIUNTA S. (2011). Lo scarico della fornace ellenistica di S. Giacomo a Gela: dati preliminari e prospettive di ricerca, in Rivista di Studi Liguri n°LXXIV (gennaio-dicembre 2008), Bordighera 2011, pp. 147-175.
GIUNTA S. (2010). Le anfore greco italiche di alcuni contesti di Gela, in OLCESE G. (2010). Artigianato ed economia a Ischia e nel Golfo di Napoli. Le anfore greco italiche: archeologia e archeometria, Roma 2010, ISBN 978-88-7140-450-9, pp. 288-291.

ZEVI F., MANZINI I. (2008). Le iscrizioni della Porta Romana a Ostia: un riesame, in TITULI, 9, 2008: Epigrafia 2006. Atti della XIV Rencontre sur l’Épigraphie in onore di Silvio Panciera, a cura di M.L. Caldelli, G.L. Gregori, S. Orlandi, Roma 2008, pp. 187-206.
COLETTI C.M. (2006). Ceramiche comuni, in C. Pavolini et alii, Un contesto archeologico flavio da Piazza Celimontana a Roma, Mélanges de l’Ecole Française de Rome, Antiquité, 118.2, 2006, pp.403-462 (pp.423-430).

COLETTI C.M. (con Saguì L..) (2004). Contesti tardoantichi dall’area a S-E della Crypta Balbi, in L. Paroli, L. Vendittelli (a cura di), Roma dall’Antichità al Medioevo II. Contesti tardoantichi e altomedievali, Roma 2004, pp.242-277.

COLETTI C.M. (2003). Necropoli sotto l’Autoparco vaticano: la ceramica, in E.M. Steinby (a cura di), La necropoli della Via Triumphalis. Il tratto sotto l’Autoparco Vaticano, Roma 2003 (Atti della Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia, Serie III, Memorie, vol. XVII), pp.183-198.

COLETTI C. (2000). Gebrauchs- und Kochkeramik, in M. Heinzelmann, Die Nekropolen von Ostia. Untersuchungen zu den Gräberstrassen vor der Porta Romana und an der Via Laurentina, München 2000, pp.350-352.

COLETTI C.M. (con Ciarrocchi B., Martin A., Paroli L., Pavolini C.) (1998)., Ceramica comune tardo antica da Ostia e Porto (V-VII secolo) in Lucia Saguì (a cura di), Ceramica in Italia: VI-VII secolo, Firenze 1998, pp.383-420.

COLETTI C.M. (1996). Le importazioni di ceramica da cucina a Ostia tra l’età flavia e l’età tardoantonina, in M. Bats (a cura di) Les céramiques communes de Campanie et de Narbonnaise (I s. av. J.-C. - II s. ap. J.-C.). Actes des Journées d'étude organisées par le Centre Jean Bérard et la Soprintendenza Archeologica per le Province di Napoli e Caserta, Naples, 27-28 mai 1994, Napoli 1996 (Collection du Centre Jean Bérard, 14), pp.402-419.

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Volume 1 (6) / 2015

 

Articles: Volume 1 (6) / 2015
 
HANS JOACHIM KRÄMER 
Niepisana nauka Platona

 
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  SALVATORE LAVECCHIA
Agatologia del molteplice. Considerazioni sulla Dualità Indeterminata

 
     
CRISTIANA CASERTA
Tιμιώτερα Libri, oggetti parlanti, onore e vergogna nel Fedro

     
  MICHAIL MANTZANAS
La réincarnation chez Platon et l’optique chrétienne

MARIAN WESOŁY
Świadectwa niepisanej dialektyki Platona

 


   

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Volume 1 (5) / 2014

 

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MAGDALENA  JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYN
John Italos Seen by Anna Komnene
 
MARIAN ANDRZEJ WESOŁY & MAGDALENA JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYN
Plethona Zapis praw
 
 

   


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KATELIS S. VIGLAS
Byzantine Philosophy B’
     

       

 

Volume 1 (4) / 2013
 

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DIRK L. COUPRIE & RADIM KOČANDRLE
Anaximander’s ‘Boundless Nature’
   
LUIGI VERO TARCA
Opposizione e verità: l’enigmatica via di Parmenide
     
     
     

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ARTUR PACEWICZ
Pitagoreizm wypaczony
   
     
     
       

 

 

Volume 1 (3) / 2012
 

Articles: Volume 1 (3) / 2012
ANDRÉ MOTTE
L’ Art rhétorique d’Aristote, une œuvre pour notre temps?

  GLEN KOEHN
The Archer and Aristotle’s Doctrine of the Mean

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MELINA G. MOUZALA
Aristotle’s Method of Understanding the First Principles of Natural Things in the Physics I.1
  ARTUR PACEWICZ
Zaginione pismo Arystotelesa O filozofii

 
VALERIO NAPOLI
Le denominazioni della Metafisica e della sua scienza nella filosofia tardoantica

 
GEORGES ARABATZIS
   
         
MARIAN WESOŁY
ΑΝΑΛΥΣΙΣ ΠΕΡΙ ΤΑ ΣΧΗΜΑΤΑ. Restoring Aristotle’s Lost Diagrams of the Syllogistic Figures 

  DANILO FACCA
Tra Ramo, Alessandro di Afrodisia e Averroè. Il commento di Francesco Vimercato (ca. 1512–ca. 1580) al libro XII della Metafisica di Aristotele

   
         
MARTIN F. MEYER
Aristoteles über die Psyche als Prinzip und Ursache des Lebens

  HELENA CICHOCKA
Z recepcji Retoryki Arystotelesa w Bizancjum

   
         
LAURA CANDIOTTO
La vita politica e la vita contemplativa nella concezione aristotelica della felicità

       

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GUGLIELMO RUIU
Una nuova edizione democritea [ Walter Leszl, I primi atomisti, Firenze: Olschki, 2009, pp. LVIII-450, con CD-ROM. ]

  MARIAN WESOŁY
Niebywała  konfabulacja

   
         
ARTUR PACEWICZ
Ahistoryczna wizja Platona i przedsokratyków?

  MARIA PROTOPAPAS-MARNELI
Une nouvelle approche de l’ésthétique d’Aristote

 


Volume 1 (2) / 2011
 

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Volume 1 (2) / 2011

GLEN KOEHN
Divine Command and Socratic Piety in the Euthyphro

  LIVIO ROSSETTI
Un Socrate che non ascolta: per esempio nell’Eutifrone

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LAURA CANDIOTTO
Il metodo adatto per Eutifrone: una calma distanza
  RICCARDO DOTTORI
Hosion, eu dzen und dikaiousune in der Apologie des Sokrates und im Euthyphron

 
MICHAEL ERLER
‘Plato Socraticus’ – Apologia Sokratesa i Eutyfron

 
MARIAN WESOŁY
   
         
MIKOŁAJ DOMARADZKI
Defiance, Persuasion or Conformity? The Argument in Plato’s Apology and Crito

  ARTUR PACEWICZ
Ethical Dimension of Time in Plato’s Apology of Socrates

   
         
TOMASZ KUNIŃSKI
Platona Kriton. Wokół obywatelskiego nieposłuszeństwa  i politycznego zobowiązania

  ANNA KELESSIDOU
Oskarżyciele Sokratersa

   
         
JOANNA KOMOROWSKA
Why Not Escape? On the Hosiotes in Plato’s Crito

  DOROTA TYMURA
Socrates’ Philosophy as a Divine Service in Plato’s Apology

   
         
TOMASZ MRÓZ
Some Remarks on the Nineteenth Century Studies of the Euthyphro in Poland

 
 
   

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FULVIA DE LUISE
Ripensare Socrate: note su alcuni studi recenti [ Livio Rossetti, Le dialogue socratique, Les Belles Lettres, Paris 2011 e Livio Rossetti, Alessandro Stavru (a cura di), Socratica 2008, Atti Convegno Napoli 2008, Le Rane, Levante, Bari 2011. ]

 
  SŁAWOMIR TORBUS
Z nowych badań nad dialogiem Sokratejskim [ Livio Rossetti, Le dialogue socratique, Éditions Les Belles Lettres, Paris 2011, ss. 296. ]

 
 
   
         
MARIAN WESOŁY
Zdekonstruować Metafizykę Arystotelesa [ Jan Bigaj, Zrozumieć metafizykę. Tom I: Rozszyfrowanie dzieła zwanego ‘Metafizyką’ Arystotelesa, Część 1: Bibliofilska kompilacja i jej skutki, Toruń 2004 (ss. 339); Część 2: Elementy składowe i ich pochodzenie. Księgi centralne, Toruń 2005 (ss. 516). 

 
  SOFIA RANZATO
Charisteria Livio Rossetti Oblata [ Il quinto secolo. Studi di filosofia antica in onore di Livio Rossetti. A cura di S. Giombini e F. Marcacci, Perugia 2010, ss. 752. ]

 
 

Volume 1 (1)  / 2010

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Volume 1 (1) / 2010

LIVIO ROSSETTI
Socrate, questo sconosciuto

  ARTUR PACEWICZ
Tablica Kebesa jako przykład alegorycznej popularyzacji etyki w starożytności

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CHRISTOPH JEDAN
Sokrates und die deliberative Demokratie. Zum sokratischen Politikverständnis in Platons Apologie, Kriton und Gorgias
  GEORGE ARABATZIS
Le «montage» par Michel Psellos du commentaire d’Hermias sur le Phèdre de Platon

 
KOSTAS E. BEYS
Prawny, filozoficzny, polityczny i religijny wymiar procesu i stracenia Sokratesa
  KATELIS VIGLAS
Zarys historyczny filozofii bizantyńskiej i jej podstawowe zagadnienia

   
THOMAS A. SZLEZÁK
O zwykłej niechęci wobec agrapha dogmata

  ANNA BIAŁAS
Wokół sporu papieża i cesarza o władzę — Marsyliusza z Padwy Defensor pacis

   
IULIUS DOMAŃSKI
ΔΙΑ ΤΙ ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΩΤΕΡΟΝ ΚΑΙ ΣΠΟΥΔΑΙΟΤΕΡΟΝ ΠΟΙΗΣΙΣ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑΣ ΕΣΤΙΝ; In Aristotelis Poeticorum libellum adnotatiuncula

       

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FRANCESCA PENTASSUGLIO
Kolejny tom studiów nad Sokratesem [ L. Rossetti, A. Stavru (eds.), Socratica 2008. Studies in Ancient Socratic Literature, Bari 2010 ]

  PAWEŁ BLEJA
De Cicerone poeta — sine ira et studio [ K. Marciniak, Pro Cicerone poeta. Poezja Marka Tulliusza Cycerona na przestrzeni stuleci, Warszawa 2008 ]

MARIAN WESOŁY
Protagoras wydobyty z Teajteta [ Z. Nerczuk, Miarą jest każdy z nas. Projekt zwolenników zmienności rzeczy w Platońskim „Teajtecie” na tle myśli sofistycznej, Toruń 2009 ]