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Open Access Journal: Pontica

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[First posted in AWOL 4 July 2010. Most recently updated 3 February 2017]

Pontica
ISSN: 1013-4247
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  Revista PONTICA, anuar al Muzeului de Istorie Naţională şi Arheologie Constanţa, are o apariţie neîntreruptă din anul 1968. Tematica revistei este orientată spre studii de arheologie, istorie veche şi medie. Sumarul este structurat pe Studii şi comunicări, Cercetări arheologice, Note, Numismatică, Recenziişi Note bibliografice
PONTICA, the annual Journal of National History and Archeology Museum from Constantza (MINAC), has been published without interruption since 1968. The publication thematic is oriented on Archaeology and History. The summary is structured on Studies and Papers, Archaeological Researches, NotesNumismatics, Reviews and Bibliographical Notes.

Open Access Journal: Syzetesis - Rivista online

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Syzetesis - Rivista online
ISSN: 1974-5044
Anno III - 2016 (Nuova serie) Fascicolo 2
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ARTICOLI
p. 143 MARCO NICOLELLA, Platone e l’anima tetracordale (Plat. Tim. 35b 4-36b 5) (Scarica il PDF)
p. 159 LUCA GIANCRISTOFARO, Dilthey lettore di Goethe. Scritti e recensioni giovanili (Scarica il PDF)

NOTE E DISCUSSIONI
p. 183 GIOVANNI DE SIMONE, «Ein Verkanntes Fragment des Parmenides». Una proficua ipotesi di lavoro (Scarica il PDF)
p. 195 FEDERICO MORGANTI, Cosa resta di Spencer (Scarica il PDF)
p. 203 DONATELLA IZZO, L’Ippolito di “Theatron” (Scarica il PDF)

RECENSIONI
p. 209 ROBERTO GRANIERI, Michael J. Griffin, Aristotle’s Categories in the Early Roman Empire, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 217 CHIARA ROVER, Dino De Sanctis, Emidio Spinelli, Mauro Tulli, Francesco Verde (a cura di), Questioni epicuree, Academia Verlag, Sankt Augustin 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 225 LIVIA RIGA, Luciano Canfora, Augusto figlio di Dio, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 231 LUCIANO ALBANESE, Claudio Moreschini, Apuleius and the Metamorphoses of Platonism, Laterza, Brepols, Turnhout 2015 (Scarica il PDF)


 
Anno III - 2016 (Nuova serie) Fascicolo 1
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INDICE
p. 5 Natura e storia. Dal pensiero antico alla filosofia contemporanea (Scarica il PDF)
ARTICOLI
p. 9 MASSIMO CATAPANO, Natura e storia nello scetticismo urbano di Sesto Empirico (Scarica il PDF)
p. 29 SARA BARCHIESI, Natura e storia nella al-Risāla al-Kāmiliyya (Scarica il PDF)
p. 43 JACOPO D’ALONZO, «Natura è sviluppo». J.G. Herder sullo statuto storico-naturale dell’uomo e la nascita della sensibilità storica moderna (Scarica il PDF)
p. 57 FEDERICO MORGANTI, «An Essential Beneficence of Things». Natura umana e cambiamento sociale in Herbert Spencer (Scarica il PDF)
p. 69 SONIA REZZONICO, Tra natura e storia. L’influenza degli scritti scientifici di J.W. von Goethe sulla metodologia storiografica di Walter Benjamin (Scarica il PDF)
p. 79 FRANCESCO VERDE, Forma e storia, evento e natura: Carlo Diano (Scarica il PDF)

NOTE E DISCUSSIONI
p. 95 MARIA TERESA RUGGIERO, critici, etimologici e filologici di Fulgenzio (Scarica il PDF)

RECENSIONI
p. 105 TIZIANA DI FABIO, Wilson Henry Shearin, The Language of Atoms: Performativity and Politics in Lucretius’ De rerum natura, Oxford University Press, New York 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 111 ADRIANA FARENGA, Luca Vettorello, L’unum argumentum di Sant’Anselmo. Alla ricerca dell’interpretazione autentica della prova anselmiana dell’esistenza di Dio, ETS, Pisa 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 117 IVAN ROTELLA, Paolo Stellino, Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism, Peter Lang, Bern 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 123 PIETRO GORI, Erik C. Banks, The Realistic Empiricism of Mach, James, and Russell: Neutral Monism Reconceived, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 129 FRANCESCO VERDE, Anna Tonelli, Per indegnità morale. Il caso Pasolini nell’Italia del buon costume, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2015 (Scarica il PDF)

 
Anno II - 2015 (Nuova serie) Fascicolo 2
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INDICE
ARTICOLI
p. 97 ELEONORA ZEPER, Blood Sacrifice and Bloodless Sacrifice in Porphyry and Iamblichus (Scarica il PDF)
p. 15 PIETRO GORI, PAOLO STELLINO, Il prospettivismo morale nietzscheano (Scarica il PDF)
NOTE E DISCUSSIONI
p. 131 ENRICO PIERGIACOMI, Παρ’ ἡμᾶς. Note di confronto su due recenti studi sull’etica di Epicuro (Scarica il PDF)
p. 155 CHRISTIAN BELLI, Congedo dall’Idealismo. A proposito di un recente contributo sulla storia della filosofia classica tedesca (Scarica il PDF)
p. 187 ROBERTA PASQUA MOCERINO, FEDERICO MORGANTI, Un’irriducibile pluralità di contesti. Darwinismo e religione a partire da una recente monografia di David N. Livingstone (Scarica il PDF)
p. 199 ANNA JELLAMO, Kelsen e le religioni secolari (Scarica il PDF)
RECENSIONI
p. 217 ANDREA CAMPANA, Georgia Schiavon, Felicità antica e infelicità moderna. L’epicureismo e Leopardi, AlboVersorio, Milano 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 223 DARIO DOMENICALI, Gustave Bardy, La conversione al cristianesimo nei primi secoli, Jaca Book, Milano 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 229 LUCIANO ALBANESE, Adrien Lecerf, Lucia Saudelli, Helmut Seng (éds.), Oracles Chaldaïques: fragments et philosophie, Winter Verlag, Heidelberg 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 243 ROBERTA PASQUA MOCERINO, Avi Lifschitz, Language and Enlightenment: The Berlin Debates of the Eighteenth Century, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2012 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 247 STEFANIA PIETROFORTE, Guido Calogero, Quaderno laico. Un’antologia, a cura di G. Vitiello, Liberilibri, Macerata 2015 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 253 FEDERICA PAZZELLI, Stefano Bancalari, Fenomenologia e pornografia, ETS, Pisa 2015 (Scarica il PDF)

 
Anno II - 2015 (Nuova serie) Fascicolo 1
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INDICE
p. 5 Avvertenza (Scarica il PDF)
ARTICOLI
p. 7 EMIDIO SPINELLI, Sesto Empirico: contro il corpo, contro l’anima. L’uomo non può essere criterio (Scarica il PDF)
p. 15 ADRIANA FARENGA, Sensibile o intelligibile? L’uomo plasmato dal fango e il mondo creato per lui nel De principiis di Origene (Scarica il PDF)
p. 33 ROSARIA PAGANO, L’interpretazione della Zweiweltentheorie di Emil Lask nel suo confronto con gli antichi (Scarica il PDF)
RECENSIONI
p. 49 TIZIANO DORANDI, Jürgen Hammerstaedt-Martin Ferguson Smith, The Epicurean Inscription of Diogenes of Oinoanda: Ten Years of New Discoveries and Research, Habelt Verlag, Bonn 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 53 IVAN LEPRI, Teofrasto, Metafisica, a cura L. Repici, Carocci, Roma 2013 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 61 FEDERICA PAZZELLI, Giorgio Jossa, Tu sei il re dei Giudei? Storia di un profeta ebreo di nome Gesù, Carocci, Roma 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 67 LUCIANO ALBANESE, Ilinca Tanaseanu-Döbler, Theurgy in Late Antiquity: The Invention of a Ritual Tradition, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen-Bristol (CT) 2013; Helmut Seng (Hrsg.), Platonismus und Esoterik in byzantinischen Mittelalter und Italienischer Renaissance, Winter, Heidelberg 2013 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 79 ELEONORA ZEPER, Veit Rosenberg (ed. by), Divination in the Ancient World: Religious Options and the Individual, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 85 MARCO VISCOMI, G.W.F. Hegel, Il bisogno di filosofia (1801-1804), a cura di C. Belli e J.M.H. Mascat, Mimesis, Milano 2014 (Scarica il PDF)

 
Anno I - 2014 (Nuova serie) Fascicolo 1
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INDICE
p. 5 Editoriale (Scarica il PDF)
ARTICOLI
p. 7 Luciano Albanese, La filosofia di Giorgio Gemisto Pletone a partire da una recente pubblicazione (Scarica il PDF)
p. 15 Marco Viscomi, L’originaria appropriazione del sé autentico. Presupposti de-ontologici dell’ontologia di Sein und Zeit (Scarica il PDF)
p. 35 Ludovico Fulci, Le lacrime degli eroi di Matteo Nucci, ovvero I grandi maestri del pensiero antico tra l’idea della vita e il concetto della morte (Scarica il PDF)
RECENSIONI
p. 43 Marco Tedeschini, Tonino Griffero, Quasi-cose. La realtà dei sentimenti, Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2013 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 51 Marco Viscomi, Maurizio Ferraris, Manifesto del nuovo realismo, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2014 (Scarica il PDF)
p. 57 Federico Morganti, Desmond King-Hele (a cura di), The Collected Letters of Erasmus Darwin, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2013 (Scarica il PDF)

Open Access Series: Beschreibung der aegyptischen Sammlung des niederländischen Reichsmuseums der Altertümer in Leiden

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Beschreibung der aegyptischen Sammlung des niederländischen Reichsmuseums der Altertümer in Leiden
From The Ancient World Digital Library (AWDL) is an initiative of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University.

Open Access Journal: Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean

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 [First posted in AWOL 1 September 2010. Most recently updated 4 February 2017]

Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean. Reports
ISSN: 1234-5415
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Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean. Reports, appears annually, in English, presenting the full extent of archaeological, geophysical, restoration and study work carried out by expeditions from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw. The PCMA is present in the Near East and northeastern Africa (Egypt, Sudan, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Iran and Kuwait, formerly also in Iraq). Projects cover all periods from prehistory and protohistory through the Islamic age, emphasizing in particular broadly understood Greco-Roman culture and Early Christianity in the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean.
Spisy treści:
Research (PAM XXV)
Special Studies (PAM XXIV/2)
Research (PAM XXIV/1)
Special Studies (PAM XXIII/2)
Research 2011 (PAM XXIII/1)
Research 2010 (PAM XXII)
Research 2009 (PAM XXI)
Research 2008 (PAM XX)
Reports 2007 (PAM XIX)
Reports 2006 (PAM XVIII)
Reports 2005 (PAM XVII)
Reports 2004 (PAM XVI)
Reports 2003 (PAM XV)
Reports 2002 (PAM XIV)
Reports 2001 (PAM XIII)
Reports 2000 (PAM XII)
Reports 1999 (PAM XI)
Reports 1998 (PAM X)
Reports 1997 (PAM IX)
Reports 1996 (PAM VIII)
Reports 1995 (PAM VII)
Reports 1994 (PAM VI)
Reports 1993 (PAM V)
Reports 1992 (PAM IV)
Reports 1991 (PAM III)
Reports 1990 (PAM II)
Reports 1988-1989 (PAM I)

Open Access Journal: Revue archéologique

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[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2012, updated 4 February 2017]

Revue archéologique 
ISSN: 0035-0737 
ISSN en ligne: 2104-3868
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Créée en 1844, la Revue archéologique est l'un des plus anciens périodiques scientifiques français. Très lu en France, il est aussi l'un des plus connus à l'étranger, et constitue une référence sur le plan international. Il n'est l'organe ni d'une institution ni d'une école et son indépendance rédactionnelle est totale : le seul critère est celui de la qualité et de l'originalité de la recherche, comme le démontrent le haut niveau et la diversité de ses collaborateurs.
Le domaine d'élection de la Revue archéologique est l'Antiquité classique, mais elle fait aussi une large part aux civilisations périphériques, de l'Italie étrusque à l'Asie centrale en passant par l'Anatolie. Sur le plan des méthodes, elle s'intéresse à tous les domaines de la recherche : géographie historique, architecture et urbanisme, sculpture, peinture et céramique, artisanat. Les études de technique, d'iconographie, l'histoire de l'art et les problèmes historiques et sociaux liés à l'archéologie sont largement représentés, sans aucune exclusive épistémologique. En outre, la Revue se distingue par sa qualité graphique, avec une illustration en couleurs chaque fois que cela est nécessaire.

Plusieurs rubriques tiennent le lecteur informé de l'actualité de la recherche : les comptes rendus bibliographiques, le Bulletin de la Société française d'Archéologie classique, avec le résumé des conférences mensuelles de cette société, et enfin des chroniques bibliographiques, parmi lesquelles les Recherches récentes sur les verres grecs et romains et le Bulletin d'architecture du monde grec.


Revue bénéficiant de la reconnaissance scientifique du CNRS. 
Moving wall. Open access through 2013

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The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CAD)

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The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CAD)
The CAD project was initiated in the early 1920s, not long after James Henry Breasted founded the Oriental Institute in 1919, and barely one hundred years after the decipherment of the cuneiform script. This initial decipherment, and the soon-to-follow achievements in understanding the languages in which the hundreds of thousands of clay tablets were inscribed, opened an unsuspected treasure-house for the study and appreciation of one of the world's oldest civilizations.
The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary was conceived to provide more than lexical information alone, more than a one-to-one equivalent between Akkadian and English words. By presenting each word in a meaningful context, usually with a full and idiomatic translation, it recreates the cultural milieu and thus in many ways assumes the function of an encyclopedia. Its source material ranges in time from the third millennium B.C. to the first century A.D., and in geographic area from the Mediterranean Sea in the west to the Zagros Mountains in the east.
Completed in 2010, the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary has become an invaluable source for the study of the civilizations of the ancient Near East, their political and cultural history, their achievements in the sciences of medicine, astronomy, mathematics, linguistics, and the timeless beauty of their poetry.
Volume

Pagination Date ISBN Price  
Volume 1, A, part 1 xxxvi + 392 1964 0-918986-06-0 $60.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 1, A, part 2 xx + 531 1968 0-918986-07-9 $80.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 2, B xviii + 366 1965 0-918986-08-7 $60.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 3, D xiv + 203 1959 0-918986-09-5 $50.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 4, E xiv + 435 1958 0-918986-10-9 $70.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 5, G xii + 158 1956 0-918986-11-7 $45.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 6, H [Het] xiii + 266 1956 0-918986-12-5 $50.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 7, I/J xv + 331 1960 0-918986-13-3 $60.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 8, K xix + 617 1971 0-918986-14-1 $80.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 9, L xx + 259 1973 0-918986-15-X $55.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 10, M, part 1 xxiv + 441 1977 0-918986-16-8 $130.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 10, M, part 2 xx + 324 1977 0-918986-16-8 DownloadTerms of Use
Volume 11, N, part 1 xxiii + 382 1980 0-918986-17-6 $130.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 11, N, part 2 xxi + 357 1980 0-918986-17-6 DownloadTerms of Use
Volume 12, P xxx + 559 2005 1-885923-35-X $130.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 13, Q xxiv + 332 1982 0-918986-24-9 $70.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 14, R xxx + 441 1999 1-885923-14-7 $95.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 15, S xxiv + 428 1984 0-918986-40-0 $80.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 16, S [Tsade] xv + 262 1962 0-918986-18-4 $65.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 17, S [Shin], part 1 xxviii + 492 1989 0-918986-55-9 $75.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 17, S [Shin], part 2 xxviii + 453 1992 0-918986-78-8 $70.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 17, S [Shin], part 3 xxxiv + 420 1992 0-918986-79-6 $95.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 18, T xxx + 500 2006 1-885923-42-2 $145.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 19, T [Tet] xxxii + 167 2006 1-885923-43-0 $105.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 20, U/W xxxi + 411 2010 1-885923-78-3 $150.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
Volume 21, Z xv + 170 1961 0-918986-19-2 $45.00 PurchaseDownloadTerms of Use
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Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC): LIMC-France : les bases de données

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 [Updated  5 February 2017]

Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC): LIMC-France : les bases de données
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 The French team of the International Foundation for the LIMC gives you access to the digital resources that have been developed around ancient iconography.
The three databases  :

LIMCicon contains data relating to ancient Graeco-Roman documents bearing a mythological or religious representation.

LIMCbiblio contains recent bibliographical data to complete the information published in the LIMC volumes.

LIMCabrev allows you to find the list of the articles published in the LIMC and the full names of the bibliographical abbreviations used in the LIMC, in the ThesCRA and on this site.


Any person wishing to add any information relating to ancient iconographic documents can contact us so that this information may be entered into the LIMCbiblio and/or LIMCicon databases.

About the digital resources LIMC-France

LIMC-icon

The LIMC-icon database contains the iconographical documents kept both in France and elsewhere that have been catalogued and analysed by the French LIMC team.
It is regularly updated and enhanced with new documents.
LIMC-icon is not an electronic version of the Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae, it is an independent and complementary source of information. An ancient document can therefore be dealt with either in the database, or in the book, or in both.

LIMC-biblio

LIMC-biblio is bibliographical database created to complement - from 1997 to 2009 - the information published in the LIMC volumes.

LIMC-abrev

Use LIMC-abrev to find the list of articles published in the LIMC and the full titles corresponding to the bibliographical abbreviations used in the LIMC, in the ThesCRA and on this site.
fr . en . de . it . es . ру . ma . عر . ελ


Open Access Journal: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete

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News: CDLI data up for download

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CDLI data up for download
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Good news for tech-inclined Assyriologists and computational methods enthusiasts. CDLI catalogue data are now available in a non-proprietary format, and a daily copy of both catalogue and transliterations are at your disposal.

The daily packages can be found at http://cdli.ucla.edu/bulk_data as well as https://github.com/cdli-gh/data. To access previous daily copies, simply navigate through earlier commits on Github.
Note that MS Excel does not well handle comma-separated value files encoded in UTF-8. In order to open the catalogue in Excel, you must first start the software and then use the import feature, specifying the encoding.

Please contact us with any feedback.

Blog of the Fédération international des associations d'études classiques - International Federation of associations for classical studies

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Blog of the Fédération international des associations d'études classiques - International Federation of associations for classical studies

FIEC

On this page, we will present information of different kinds on what goes on in the classical world. Please feel free to send information about congresses, conferences, job advertisements, anything that you want to spread to fellow classicists around the world, and we will do our best to update the information on this page. Please send your information via fiecnet@gmail.com.
FIEC

Ancient World Mapping Center

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[First posted in AWOL 3 October 2012, updated 6 February 2017]

Ancient World Mapping Center
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The Ancient World Mapping Center is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

The Center promotes cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science as essential disciplines within the field of ancient studies through innovative and collaborative research, teaching, and community outreach activities.

The Center invites inquiries from scholars, authors, educators, students, and the general public engaged in (or contemplating) projects related to cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science in the context of ancient studies. AWMC is committed to facilitating discussion, guidance, information exchange, collaboration, and access to cartographic and bibliographic resources in cooperation with such projects.

AWMC continues the work of the Classical Atlas Project that produced the landmark Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (R. J. A. Talbert ed., 2000). With the publication of the print edition of the atlas in 2000, the Center began its work as an institute devoted not only to the continuation of the work of the atlas itself, but also to the advancement of a research agenda focused on the geography of the ancient Mediterranean world. The Center promotes its own independent research projects and also collaborates with scholars to produce maps on specification for scholarly publication. AWMC continues to refine the geographic dataset (both cultural and physical) for the ancient world in partnership with Pleiades.


Open Access Journal: RAMBI- The Index of Articles on Jewish Studies - רשימת מאמרים במדעי היהדות - רמב"י

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 [First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009.  Updated 6 February 2017]

RAMBI – The Index of Articles on Jewish Studies – was founded by Dr. Issachar Joel in 1966. It is a selective bibliography of academic articles covering all of the fields of Jewish studies as well as  the study of Eretz Israel and the State of Israel.
RAMBI is based largely on the collections of the National Library. The articles listed in RAMBI are collected from thousands of journals, in print or electronic, from collections of articles and from offprints sent by researchers.
RAMBI refers to articles in Hebrew, Latin or Cyrillic letters. The database is updated on a daily basis. By the end of 2013 
 
RAMBI included about 350,000 records, from about 21,000 different sources.


About Rambi

Rambi appeared in print from 1966 until 2000, volumes 1–50. The project for the conversion of the printed books (volume 1-28) to the online format was made possible by a contribution of the Littauer Foundation. Once the material was made available online, the print edition was discontinued.

 
A Rambi record includes – in its abbreviated form: author, title, bibliographic information and access to the full text. For further information please open the full record. Search options are: Subject, Author, Title, Source or keywords from any of these fields.

Open Access Journal: Saldvie: Estudios de prehistoria y arqueología

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Saldvie: Estudios de prehistoria y arqueología

ISSN: 1576-6454
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Salduie welcomes interdisciplinary research and studies throughout the field of classics. 

The submission of manuscripts is preferred in Spanish but any other official language of the European Union can be considered. Articles should not exceed (including acknowledgements, references, tables and all figure and table captions) 40 pages (90 000 characters). The proportion of the text and the quantity of images/graphics within it is of the author’s/authors’ choice. 
The papers published in Salduie express exclusively the opinion of their authors not of the editors of the journal.








Number 2. Year 2001/2002


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Open Access Journal: Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes

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[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009. Updated 6 February 2017]

Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes
ISSN: 0035-1652
ISSN: 1760-8430 (online)
Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes 2009/2
Fondée en 1845 par Léon Rénier, la revue publie actuellement deux fascicules par an formant un tome. Chaque fascicule comprend : 
- des articles (linguistique, histoire, littérature…) ;
- un bulletin bibliographique d’une trentaine de pages rendant compte des parutions récentes sur le monde antique ;
- les résumés en anglais et en français des articles du fascicule ;
- dans chaque premier fascicule, une Chronique d’étymologie grecque conçue et réalisée en liaison avec le GDR 1038 (« Linguistique du grec ancien »).

Elle a pour but, tenant compte de l’évolution rapide des disciplines comparatives, de fournir les éléments nécessaires à une révision du Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grecque de Pierre Chantraine) ; dans le second fascicule de l’année, une liste de tous les ouvrages reçus pour comptes rendus et une table des matières (par tome).
Open access through 2011


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2013/2 (Tome LXXXVII)

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2013/1 (Tome LXXXVII)

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2012/2 (Tome LXXXVI)

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2012/1 (Tome LXXXVI)

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2011/2 (Tome LXXXV)

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couverture de Tome LXXXV, numéro 1
2011/1 (Tome LXXXV)

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2010/2 (Tome LXXXIV)

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2010/1 (Tome LXXXIV)

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2009/1 (Tome LXXXIII)

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2008/2 (Tome LXXXII)

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Open Access Journal: Bulletin de liaison du groupe international d’étude de la céramique égyptienne

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[First posted in AWOL 26 September 2014, updated 6 February 2017]

Bulletin de liaison du groupe international d’étude de la céramique égyptienne
ISSN: 0255-0903
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Le Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne (BCE) est l’unique périodique entièrement consacré à la céramique égyptienne, constitué d’articles concis et enrichis de nombreuses planches. Il présente d’abord l’actualité de la recherche céramique en contexte archéologique en suivant un « Parcours régional » en Égypte et en Nubie pour toutes les périodes de leur histoire, du Néolithique aux époques médiévale et moderne. Chaque volume comporte en outre une seconde partie intitulée « Études » dont les thèmes s’inscrivent dans un cadre largement ouvert à tous les questionnements autour de la céramique. Éditeur scientifique : Sylvie Marchand.
Volume 1 - 22 are available online



Open Access Journal: Archivo Español de Arqueología

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[First posted in AWOL 31 October 2009. Updated 7 February 2017]

Archivo Español de Arqueología
eISSN: 1988-3110
ISSN: 0066-6742
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Archivo Español de Arqueología, fundada en 1940 por Antonio García y Bellido como rama especializada de Archivo Español de Arte y Arqueología (1925), es una revista científica de periodicidad anual que publica trabajos de Arqueología, con atención a sus fuentes materiales, literarias, epigráficas o numismáticas. Tiene como campo de interés las culturas del ámbito mediterráneo y europeo desde la Protohistoria a la Alta Edad Media, flexiblemente abierto a realidades culturales próximas y tiempos fronterizos. Se divide en dos secciones: Artículos, dentro de los que tendrán cabida tanto reflexiones de carácter general sobre temas concretos como contribuciones más breves sobre novedades en la investigación arqueológica; y Recensiones. Además, edita la serie Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología, que publica de forma monográfica libros concernientes a las materias mencionadas (ver índice de volúmenes publicados y títulos en formato eBook).

Founded by Antonio García y Bellido in 1940 as a specialized branch of Archivo Español de Arte y Arqueología (1925), Archivo Español de Arqueología is a scientific journal that annually publishes articles on Archaeology that focus on their material, literary, epigraphic and numismatic sources. Its field of interest includes Mediterranean and European cultures from Protohistoric times to the Early Middle Ages and is flexibly open to upcoming cultural realities and border times. The journal is divided into two sections: articles - which include both reflections of a general nature on specific topics and shorter contributions on developments in archaeological research - and reviews. In addition, the journal publishes monographs concerning the aforementioned subjects in the series Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología (see the Index of published volumes and titles in eBook format).

2016


Vol 89


2015

Vol 88


2014

Vol 87


2013

Vol 86


2012

Vol 85


2011

Vol 84


2010

Vol 83


2009

Vol 82


2008

Vol 81


2007

Vol 80

2006

Vol 79

2005

Vol 78

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2004

Vol 77

189-190

2003

Vol 76

187-188

2002

Vol 75

185-186

2001

Vol 74

183-184

2000

Vol 73

181-182

1999

Vol 72

179-180

1998

Vol 71

177-178

1997

Vol 70

175-176

1996

Vol 69

173-174

The Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS)

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[First posted in AWOL 16 December 2013, updated 7  February 2017]

The Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS) 
The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig is pleased to announce a new effort within the Open Philology Project: the Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS). In the first phase of LOFTS we invite public discussion as we finalize the goals, technological methods and editorial practices. LOFTS has been presented at the AIUCD 2013 Conference, at the Digital Classics panel at the 2014 APA Annual Meeting (“Getting Started with Digital Classics”), at the 2. Workshop “Digital Humanities and Social Sciences”, at the Intertextuality Workshop at the Fondation Hardt and at the 2014 NEH Workshop “Publishing Text for a Digital Age”. A workshop at Leipzig in July 2014 (“Open Philology – Historical languages in an open, global society”) has finalized the details of LOFTS. This announcement provides an initial, high-level description of the plan for LOFTS and is intended to provoke open discussion before final decisions are made.

The Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series is a new effort to establish open editions of ancient works that survive only through quotations and text re-uses in later texts (i.e., those pieces of information that humanists call “fragments”). In the field of textual evidence, fragments are not portions of an original larger whole, but the result of a work of interpretation conducted by scholars who extract and collect information pertaining to lost works embedded in other surviving texts. These fragments include a great variety of formats that range from verbatim quotations to vague allusions and translations, which are only a more or less shadowy image of the original according to their closer or further distance from a literal citation.

Print editions of fragmentary works include excerpts extracted from their contexts and from the textual data about those contexts. The result is that they produce annotated indices in the sources that they cite. Moreover, editions of fragmentary works are fundamentally hypertexts and the goal of this project is to produce a dynamic infrastructure for a full representation of relationships between sources, citations, and annotations about them. In a true digital edition, fragments are not only linked directly to the source text from which they are drawn, but can also be precisely aligned to multiple editions. Accordingly, digital fragments are contextualized annotations about reused authors and works. As new versions of (or scholarship on) the source text emerge in a standard, machine-actionable form, these new findings are automatically linked to the digital fragments.

Sub-projects
Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG) Project
Digital Athenaeus
Digital Marmor Parium

HISTORY OF EGYPTOLOGY - A SERIES OF VIDEOS

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HISTORY OF EGYPTOLOGY - A SERIES OF VIDEOS
Land of the Pharaohs. Birthplace of Christian monasticism. One of the earliest civilizations. Egypt has been called many things and captured western imagination for the past 2000 years. This fascination with the land of the Nile continues today. Tours from around the world flock to Egypt to explore its antiquities. And iconic images, such as Tutankhamun's burial mask, can be found everywhere from China to America.

Click on the images to watch videos.

Episode 1 - Early Greeks giving gifts to Pharaoh
Episode 1: This first episode in the series, The History of Egyptology, explores ancient Egypt's contact with the wider, ancient world, through trade and cultural exchange with the city-states of Greece and the Roman Empire. Most of the ancient history that’s taught to us in North American schools is the history of Greece and Rome; the birth of democracy and philosophy, wars, centurions, and Caesars. But this ancient world had nothing on the countries on the other side of the Mediterranean. To the ancient peoples of Greece and Rome, Egypt was old; thousands of years older, in fact, than anything they knew. Figuring out exactly when Greece and Egypt became aware of each other is an impossible task, but tantalizing images suggest a long history of interaction.

Episode 2 - Biblical references ignite interest
Episode 2: This second episode continues the story of western interest in Egypt from the European Middle Ages through the Enlightenment. This episode touches upon the collapse of the Roman Empire, the spread of Christianity, the Crusades, Egyptian hieroglyphs, pyramids, temples, and, of course, Napoleon; all the while charting a continuing desire to learn more about Egypt. In the fifth century AD, the western half of the Roman Empire collapsed. Some people still refer to the period that followed in Europe as the Dark Ages; a time when knowledge and resources were lost, and people lived in ignorance. In fact, this period was anything but that. The disintegration of the Roman Empire saw the different regions it once controlled fragment into their own, independent units. As the Empire fragmented, these different units held onto knowledge that had been acquired while it was whole.

Episode 3 - Napoleon's invasion increased European interest
Episode 3: This third episode continues the story of western interest in Egypt through the Enlightenment, and into the modern era chronicling Napoleon Bonaparte's shocking invasion of the Land of the Nile, the early nineteenth-century's rush of European explorers, the scramble for antiquities, and the gradual professionalization of Egyptology. A great deal of popular and academic knowledge on Egypt, including its antiquities, natural environment, culture and peoples, was available to Europeans by the end of the 1700s. One of the most famous episodes in the history of Egyptian exploration, however, occurred on the cusp of the new century.

Episode 4 - Americans go to Egypt in the late 1700s
Episode 4: Next, we shift our focus from Europe to the United Sates.  The increased access to Egypt, and the flurry of research into its ancient past, mentioned in the last episode only fuelled further western interest in the Land of the Nile’s history. The increased access to Egypt, and the flurry of research into its ancient past, mentioned in the last episode only fueled further western interest in the Land of the Nile’s history. Exploration into Egypt’s ancient civilization was viewed as an exploration into the origins of human society itself. Given both this motivation and the allure that ancient Egypt radiated, it’s no surprise to find the citizens of a relatively new society interested in its past.

Episode 5 - Tut and Egyptomania
Episode 5: To conclude, we focus on the birth of the American Research Center and American fascination with all things ancient Egyptian. By the early 1900s, a significant amount of information had been uncovered about the ancient Land of the Nile. This was partly due to the progress made in reading hieroglyphs, and partly the result of extensive archaeological work throughout the country.

News: Introducing Open Access at The Met

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Introducing Open Access at The Met
As of today, all images of public domain works in The Met collection are available under Creative Commons Zero (CC0). So whether you're an artist or a designer, an educator or a student, a professional or a hobbyist, you now have more than 375,000 images of artworks from our collection to use, share, and remix—without restriction. This policy change to Open Access is an exciting milestone in The Met's digital evolution, and a strong statement about increasing access to the collection and how to best fulfill the Museum's mission in a digital age.

The Met has an incredible encyclopedic collection: 1.5 million objects spanning 5,000 years of culture from around the globe. Since our audience is really the three billion internet-connected individuals around the world, we need to think big about how to reach these viewers, and increase our focus on those digital tactics that have the greatest impact. Open Access is one of those tactics.
The images we're making available under a CC0 license relate to 200,000 public domain artworks in our collection that the Museum has already digitally catalogued. This represents an incredible body of work by curators, conservators, photographers, librarians, cataloguers, interns, and technologists over the past 147 years of the institution's history. This is work that is always ongoing: just last year we added 21,000 new images to the online collection, 18,000 of which relate to works in the public domain.

To help find these images on our website, we've added a feature that allows users to filter searches to only those works that we believe are public domain; all of these Open Access images are marked with the CC0 logo on their respective object page.

Alongside the images, we're also making available under CC0 each artwork's key information, otherwise known as tombstone data—title, maker, date, culture, medium, and dimensions—on all 440,000 artworks that the Museum has digitized to date; this data is now available as a downloadable file on GitHub. By making this information available in a clear, machine-readable format, we are making it easier for the world to search for, play with, and explore the breadth and depth of the Museum's collection. (We don't yet have an API, but we're working on it!)

Ptolemaeus Arabus et Latinus

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Ptolemaeus Arabus et Latinus
Project icon: lavishly furnished initial letter with a painting of Ptolemy using an astrolab.
Welcome to the homepage of the project Ptolemaeus Arabus et Latinus(PAL). The website has now been implemented with a beta-version of the database and with samples of transcriptions and images.
The database currently includes the following:
  • Works: 120 entries giving cursory descriptions of Latin Ptolemaic works, that is, works by Ptolemy or attributed to him and commentaries thereupon.
  • Manuscripts: over 250 entries for Latin manuscripts containing Ptolemaic works.  
  • Glossary: nearly 2000 Greek and Arabic technical terms from selected texts (Almagest I-II, Planetary Hypotheses, Planispherium, Tetrabiblos).    
Two Transcriptions are available:
  • Almagest, Latin translation by Gerard of Cremona
  • Almagestum parvum
HD Images of a rapidly increasing number of Ptolemaic works can be accessed through the menu item Reproductions.
Implementation will continue over the coming months and it is anticipated that the alpha-version of the database will be available by the end of 2017. Feedback and comments are welcome at info@ptolemaeus.badw.de.