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Royal Asiatic Society Film Footage of Excavations in Iraq

Royal Asiatic Society Film Footage of Excavations in Iraq
The RAS Collections hold only two reels of film. These have been digitised and are available to view.
We are grateful to Amara Thornton and Michael McCluskey  from the UCL, Filming Antiquity project for their insights into this film.
The footage dates from the late 1920s/early 1930s and shows excavations in Iraq at the mound of Kouyunjik, scenes in the village of Nebi Yunus, across the Khosr river from Kouyunjik within the ancient city boundaries of Nineveh, and scenes in the city of Mosul, across the river Tigris from Nineveh. The footage (at present) has been attributed to Nineveh excavator Reginald Campbell Thompson (1876-1941), a British Assyriologist, epigrapher and archaeologist.
Campbell Thompson directed four seasons at Nineveh – the initial 1927/28 season was followed by three in succession – 1929/30, 1930/31 and 1931/32.  He focused on the mound of Kouyunjik, the location of Ashurnasirpal’s palace, and also sought evidence of a temple of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar, which was eventually discovered during the 1930/31 season. Campbell Thompson’s wife, Barbara, joined him on site for all four seasons, credited in the official publications with her work on the “domestic” arrangements.  A varied cast of team members included two friends of Barbara’s – Miss Isabel Shaw (1929/30) and Miss M. Hallett (1930/31) – as well as Richard Hutchinson (1929/30) and Robert W. Hamilton (1930/31) and Max Mallowan and Agatha Christie (1931/32).  Of the Iraqi members of the excavation, Campbell Thompson specifically credited his overseers Yakub and Abd-el-Ahad, as well as Mejid Shaiya, whom Campbell Thompson referred to as “my old henchman”.
2_Title card
The film has impromptu title cards (no more formal than paper pinned up for the camera) which lead viewers through a sequence of scenes.  Reginald Campbell Thompson was intensely interested in the customs, culture and biographies of the people who worked with him and for him on site. Campbell Thompson’s footage, if indeed he was behind the camera, offers scenes similar to other excavation films from this period and other, striking images unique to his own sense of the city of Mosul and its dynamism. Through the camera lens we see the work of the dig in the context of the local culture and geography. We see craft work, leisure activities, and what one intertitle describes as a fête complete with makeshift Ferris wheel.
7_Mosul bridge

Other shots are more pedagogical and seemingly geared toward students: a scene shows the ‘squeeze’ process of transferring stone inscriptions onto paper and washing delicate pottery fragments. One interesting sequence shows off the different modes of transportation that intersect each day; crossing the screen we see a donkey drawing a carriage, a bicycle, and a motor car. This interest in different modes of transportation extends to the delicate process of ‘sending home’ items unearthed on the dig as we see workers ‘packing antiquities’ to be sent presumably to Britain.
5_Paper Squeeze
It is unknown when the reels of film came into the RAS Collections, though it was noted in the Minutes for 13 November 1941 to thanks Mrs Campbell-Thompson for Assyrological slides. It is possible that the films were donated at the same time or were left after a Lecture. Campbell Thompson gave “Excavations at Nineveh 1929-1930” (jointly with R. W. Hutchinson) at the Royal Asiatic Society at 4.30 pm on 25 September 1930; and another lecture on 1 October 1931 (for the 1930-31 season).

Open Access Monograph Series: Studien zu den Boğazköy-Texten

 [First posted in AWOL 2 September 2010.  Updated 6 March 2017]

Studien zu den Boğazköy-Texten
Herausgegeben von der Kommission für den Alten Orient
der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz

As the volumes of this series go out of print they will be made available online at the Mainz Hethitologieportal. Do your part for open access and buy copies of the volumes still in print!

Currently available online are:
StBoT 1: Heinrich Otten, Vladimir Souček
Das Gelübde der Königin Puduḫepa an die Göttin Lelwani
1965. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 2: Onofrio Carruba
Das Beschwörungsritual für die Göttin Wišurijanza
1966. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 3: Hans Martin Kümmel
Ersatzrituale für den hethitischen König
1967. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 4: Rudolf Werner
Hethitische Gerichtsprotokolle
1967. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 5: Erich Neu
Interpretation der hethitischen mediopassiven Verbalformen
1968. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 6: Erich Neu
Das hethitische Mediopassiv und seine indogermanischen Grundlagen
1968. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 7: Heinrich Otten, Wolfram von Soden
Das akkadisch-hethitische Vokabular Kbo I 44 + Kbo XIII1
1968. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 8: Heinrich Otten, Vladimir Souček
Ein althethitisches Ritual für das Königspaar
1969. VI, [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 9: Kaspar Klaus Riemschneider
Babylonische Geburtsomina in hethitischer Übersetzung
1970. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 10: Onofrio Carruba
Das Palaische
Texte, Grammatik, Lexikon
1970. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 11: Heinrich Otten
Sprachliche Stellung und Datierung des Madduwatta-Textes
1969. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 12: Erich Neu
Ein althethitisches Gewitterritual
1970. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 13: Heinrich Otten
Ein hethitisches Festritual (KBo XIX 128)
1971. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 14: Jana Siegelová
Appu-Märchen und Ḫ edammu-Mythus
1971. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 15: Heinrich Otten
Materialien zum hethitischen Lexikon (Wörter beginnend mit zu...)
1971. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 16: Cord Kühne, Heinrich Otten
Der Šaušgamuwa-Vertrag
Eine Untersuchung zu Sprache und Graphik
1971. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 17: Heinrich Otten
Eine althethitische Erzählung um die Stadt Zalpa
1973. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 18: Erich Neu
Der Anitta-Text
1974. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 19: Cornelia Burde
Hethitische medizinische Texte
1974. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 20: Christel Rüster
Hethitische Keilschrift-Paläographie
Mit einer Einleitung von Heinrich Otten
1972. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 21: Erich Neu, Christel Rüster
Hethitische Keilschrift- Paläographie II (14./13. Jh.v.Chr.)
1975. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 22: Norbert Oettinger
Die Militärischen Eide der Hethiter
1976. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 23: Frank Starke
Die Funktionen der dimensionalen Kasus und Adverbien im Althethitischen
1977. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 24: Heinrich Otten
Die Apologie Ḫattušilis III.
Das Bild der Überlieferung
1981. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 25: Erich Neu
Althethitische Ritualtexte in Umschrift
1980. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 26: Erich Neu
Glossar zu den althethitischen Ritualtexten
1983. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 27: Itamar Singer
The Hittite KI.LAM Festival, Part 1
1983. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 28: Itamar Singer
The Hittite Kl.LAM Festival, Part 2
1984. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 29: Gary M. Beckman
Hittite Birth Rituals
2nd rev. edition 1983.[vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 30: Frank Starke
Die keilschrift-luwischen Texte in Umschrift
1985. [vergriffen] PDF

StBoT 31: Frank Starke
Untersuchungen zur Stammbildung des keilschrift-luwischen Nomens
1990. XXVI, 705 Seiten, br
ISBN 978-3-447-02879-0
alter Preis € 134,– jetzt € 20,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de

StBoT 32: Erich Neu
Das hurritische Epos der Freilassung 1
Untersuchungen zu einem hurritisch-hethitischen Textensemble aus Ḫattuša
1996. XIX, 596 Seiten, 6 Tafeln, br
ISBN 978-3-447-03487-6
alter Preis € 124,– jetzt € 20,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de
The following volumes of Silvin Košak's Konkordanz der Keilschrifttafeln have been reworked into the Konkordanz der hethitischen Keilschrifttafeln (Online-Datenbank Version 1.95)
StBoT 34: Silvin Košak
Konkordanz der Keilschrifttafeln 1 : Die Texte der Grabung 1931
Mit einer Einleitung von Heinrich Otten
1992. XI, 116 Seiten, 59 Abb., br
ISBN 978-3-447-03280-3
alter Preis € 22,– jetzt € 10,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de

StBoT 39: Silvin Košak
Konkordanz der Keilschrifttafeln 2 : Die Texte der Grabung 1932
1995. XI, 276 Seiten, 151 Abb., br
ISBN 978-3-447-03642-9
alter Preis € 34,– jetzt € 10,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de

StBoT 42: Silvin Košak
Konkordanz der Keilschrifttafeln 3/1
Die Texte der Grabung 1933: 1/c –1300/c
1998. XII, 281 Seiten, 141 Abb., br
ISBN 978-3-447-04052-5
alter Preis € 38,– jetzt € 10,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de

StBoT 43: Silvin Košak
Konkordanz der Keilschrifttafeln 3/2
Die Texte der Grabung 1933:
1301/c –2809/c
1999. XII, 395 Seiten, 163 Abb., br
ISBN 978-3-447-04158-4
alter Preis € 48,– jetzt € 10,– www.harrassowitz-verlag.de

Open Access Journal: Archaeological Textiles Newsletter - Archaeological Textiles Review

ISSN: 0169-7331
The purpose of the society is to disseminate knowledge of textile research. This will be accomplished through an annual meeting and the publication of the Archaeological Textiles Newsletter.

Anyone interested in textile research can be admitted. At the time of the establishment of the society the annual membership fee is €20. The membership entitles subscription to the above mentioned publication which is published at a minimum of once annually. At the same time membership gives the right to purchase future supplementary publications in the series Archaeological Textiles Newsletter. The membership does not give title to the assets of the society, nor are the members liable for the obligations of the society.

The fifth issue of the annual Archaeological Textiles Review, ATR 58 2016, was sent out to the members at the beginning of January 2017. We hope the readers will appreciate this comprehensive and varied issue.

Issues 1-45 are now available as free, downloadable PDFs on this homepage. Three-volume hard copies of ATN 1-20, ATN 21-34 and ATN 35-45 are now also available as print-on-demand from the University of Copenhagen webshop.

Please use ATR as a medium for distributing the growing amount of information on textile archaeology, and keep sending us articles and reviews. We encourage the contributors to submit their articles throughout the year to spread the editing workload. 

The next deadline for contributions to the ATR 2017 Issue 59 is the 1st of May. ATR 59 will be published in autumn 2017.

You can keep up with events and news in textile archaeology on the Friends of ATR Facebook page: We have many followers, so please spread the word and also send us your news and announcements.

It is now possible to download ATN issues 46–57 - see menu Download issue

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Mekhane in Ionic Greek means essentially contrivance, engine, 'machine'. Here it is used as the domain name for a digital map of visualizations about the ancient world. It focuses on gathering the following information about visualizations:

  • Technological tools
  • Purpose
  • Ancient places
  • Contemporary site of production
  • Geographical density
  • International impact

  • It is, in short, a research and a study tool for visualizations of ancient sites, buildings and environments.

    Open Access Journal: Mare Nostrum. Estudos sobre o Mediterrâneo Antigo

    [First psoted in AWOL 12 January 2014, updated 7 March 2017]

    Mare Nostrum. Estudos sobre o Mediterrâneo Antigo
    ISSN: 2177-4218
    A revista Mare Nostrum - Estudos sobre o Mediterrâneo Antigo, ligada ao Laboratório de Estudos sobre o Mediterrâneo Antigo da USP, é uma publicação anual editada desde 2010, e está atualmente em seu sexto número. Selecione uma das opções do menu ao lado, ou clique aqui para acessar a edição atual.
                2016 - número 7                                     2015 - número 6   

                  2014 - número 5                                                   2013 - número 4  

                     2012 - número 3                                      2011 - número 2    

                      2010 - número 1


    Research on the Historical Geography of the Byzantine Empire at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna is conducted by the Tabula Imperii Byzantini (TIB). This renowned project was accepted by the Union Académique Internationale in Brussels in 2015 (Project 87), and at the same time included into the scheme of Long-Term-Projects at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, based on independent excellent international evaluations. The TIB carries out systematic research in the historical geography of the Byzantine Empire, from the beginning of the 4th century to the mid-15th century. The aim of the project is to create a historical atlas of the Byzantine space from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period.

    Individual regions are represented on maps on a scale of 1 : 800,000. A separate accompanying volume provides the results of further research in each region. Each volume contains detailed introductory chapters on geography and climate, borders and territorial designations, history, administrative history, church history and monasticism, traffic routes, economy and demographic trends. The main part of each volume consists of an alphabetical catalogue of all toponyms, hydronyms etc. that were known in Byzantine times. Also included are the historical places, whose historical names are unknown, but for whose existence there is (or there was) archaeological evidence. Written sources (from Late Antiquity to Early Modern Times) and archaeological materials elucidate the history of individual places, along with brief descriptions of monuments, both those that are known to have existed and those that are still preserved. The aforesaid results are enriched by systematic field research in order to verify, modify or complete the information of the sources.

    Since 1986 new methods have been included into the scholarly work of the TIB, namely: studies of Palaeo-climate and settlement theories (for example the modified "Central Place Theory"), as well as the regular use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) during field missions and surveys. Digital Humanities, e.g. in the form of Historical Geographical Information Systems (HGIS), further contribute to the analysis and interpretation of the research data.

    Breaking Ground: Women in Old World Archaeology

    [First posted in AWOL 20 March 2013, reposted 8 March 2017 in honour of International Women's Day]

    Breaking Ground: Women in Old World Archaeology
    Breaking Ground may as well have been titled “Against all Odds,” as the women archaeologists whose lives and careers we remember here faced innumerable challenges and difficulties but prevailed to contribute significantly to the expansion of our knowledge of the ancient world. Most entered this male dominated field at a time when few educational opportunities or careers were open to women. They excavated in countries where traditional, patriarchal societies did not generally allow women leadership or even public roles. Yet we found English women as early as the 19th century gaining government permissions to excavate in Egypt and Greece. We found women traveling alone through deserts and mountains and gaining acceptance from Bedouin tribes. We found them directing fieldwork using male workers whose own wives held subservient roles. The women archaeologists’ rewards were almost purely intellectual, as many received no (or almost no) compensation for their demanding jobs, but of adventure there was plenty. Their activities were arduous, often dangerous, and required determination, stamina, a love of adventure, and certainly dedication.

    This database includes women from many countries (both Eastern and Western Europe, Australia, and North America) who were, not only field archaeologists, but also some of whom also taught in universities or worked as museum curators or archaeological artists or photographers. A combination of at least two of these skills is often encountered among them. Yet whenever any of them were on expeditions they all faced the same deprivations of poor housing, primitive hygiene, limited food, and long hours in severe weather sorting or washing pottery, drawing plans, keeping records, and enduring sandstorms, searing temperatures, or heavy rains. Archaeology is not glamorous, but it is adventurous and filled with the unexpected. Such a life makes more demands on the female sex, and it takes a certain type of woman to persist and succeed. By remembering the careers of these intelligent and dedicated women, we not only honor them, but also hope to encourage other women to be drawn to archaeology as a career so that the human record may continue to be pieced together in the years ahead.
    This unique collection of pioneering women’s biographies includes not only field archaeologists, but also those who have been deeply involved in the discipline of archaeology: philologists, epigraphers, writers, artists, museum curators, professors, and fund raisers. Not surprisingly, most of these women were right in the middle of the archaeological process. This web project provides a broad view of how these women became major contributors to the field, at the same time crafting their own identities. The life stories of these women, their extraordinary intellectual and archaeological accomplishments, are provocative, for they transcended the cultures they lived in and, despite the struggles they faced, achieved much of enduring importance.
    This project originated in 1994 as the inspiration of Professor Getzel M. Cohen of the University of Cincinnati and Professor Martha Sharp Joukowsky of Brown University. Volume I of Breaking Ground: Pioneering Women Archaeologists, published by the University of Michigan Presss in 2004, contains biographies of Jane Dieulafoy, Margaret Alice Murray, Gertrude Bell, Harriet Boyd Hawes, Edith Hall Dohan, Hetty Goldman, Gertrude Caton-Thompson, Dorothy Garrod, Winifred Lamb, Theresa Goell, Kathleen Kenyon, Esther Van Deman.

    In Breaking Ground the impression may have been given that we have covered in full women active in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology. This misconception could not be further from the truth, and that is why this web project is devoted to additional pioneering women and their lives. This was to become a dictionary and second volume of Breaking Ground, but it inevitably grew into a volume of encyclopedic proportions.

    In 2003, Martha S. Joukowsky and Barbara S. Lesko, also of Brown University, decided that the stories of these many women should become a web-based project so that it could be accessed on the web and be available to worldwide readers. Taking each biography in turn, we edited them, created abstracts for each woman and keywords so that subject searches could be made. The contributions of French, German and Italian colleagues have been left in their original language, but their abstracts are presented in English. Surely we wish for more information on each subject and we invite you the browser or reader to add your comments and suggestions, perhaps supply photos, and correct any infelicities that may have crept into these portraits.

    This web project was created in part because of our frustration with traditional publishing limitations of space, and we wanted this project to complement the book Breaking Ground by presenting the stories of additional archaeological women. We welcome future submissions. Our desire is also to have this database added to with additional biographies in future years. To attempt a book length manuscript would have burst the bounds of publication. It seemed sensible to create a web-based project also for more broad and detailed coverage, not only of each woman’s life, but also to give world wide viewers a glimpse of how these professionals looked in their time and place. The bibliography of each woman is presented without which, of course, her work would not be complete.
    Barbara Adams

    Ruth Amiran

    Jeanne-Marie Aynard

    Luisa Banti

    Elise Jenny Baumgartel

    Martha Rhoads Bell

    Sarah Belzoni

    Crystal-M Bennett

    Margaret Benson

    Sylvia Benton

    Maria Ludwika Bernhard

    Margarete Bieber

    Anna Maria Bisi

    Elizabeth Pierce Blegen

    Linda Braidwood

    Maria Weigert Brendel

    Olwen Brogan

    Myrtle Florence Broome

    Elizabeth Caskey

    Amice Mary Caverley

    Denise Cocquerillat

    Eunice Burr Stebbins Couch

    Grace Crowfoot

    Nina Davies

    Joan Du Plat Taylor

    Elisabeth E.C.L. During Caspers

    Edith Eccles

    Amelia Blanford Edwards

    Cleo Rickman Fitch

    Caroline Galt

    Tania Ghirshman

    Marija Gimbutas

    Michela Schiff Giorgini

    Beatrice Laura Goff

    Janet A. Gourlay

    Virginia Grace

    Claireve Grandjouan

    Henriette Antonia Groenewegen-Frankfort

    Lucia Guerrini

    Vronwy Hankey

    Margaret Masson Hardie Hasluck

    Phoebe Appserson Hearst

    Ida Thallon Hill

    Dorothy Hill

    Louise Holland

    Elinor Mullett Husselman

    Mary Inda Hussey

    Helene Kantor

    Lida Shaw King

    Alice Kober

    Dorothy Lamb

    Lucienne Laroche

    Hilda Lorimer

    Ersilia Lovatelli

    Grace Harriet Macurdy

    Jole Bovio Marconi

    Alessandra Melucco Vaccaro

    Alessandra Melucco Vaccaro

    Lucy Wright Mitchell

    Paola Montuoro

    Rosalind Moss

    Margaret Munn-Rankin

    Eleanor Emlen Myers

    Winifred Needler

    Medea Norsa

    Caroline Nestmann Peck

    Hilda Petrie

    Bertha Porter

    Natacha Rambova

    Caroline Louise Ransom Williams

    Isabelle Raubitschek

    Marion Rawson

    Elizabeth Titzel Riefstahl

    Barbara Ruszczyc

    Marguerite Rutten

    Inez Ryberg

    Nora E. Scott

    Mercy Money-Coutts Seiradaki

    Veronica Seton-Williams

    Omm Sety

    Hermine Speier

    Flavia Julia Helena Augusta St. Helena

    Elizabeth Stefanski

    Sara Yorke Stevenson

    Mary Hamilton Swindler

    Lucy Talcott

    Bruna Tamaro

    Elizabeth Thomas

    Margaret Thompson

    Dorothy Burr Thompson

    Jeanne Marie Threse Vandier d'Abbadie

    Alice Walker

    Tatiana Warsher

    Helen Waterhouse

    Elizabeth Augustus Whitehead

    Blanche Wheeler Williams

    Julia Zablocka

    Open Access Ancient Law Journals

    These are the open access eJournals focused on ancient law of which I am aware.  Are there others?  Please let me know.

    Archéologie de la frontière

    Archéologie de la frontière
    Si la notion de frontière renvoie aujourd’hui à une segmentation de l’espace, les sciences humaines et sociales nous permettent de saisir toute la complexité de cette notion. L’archéologie montre une frontière perçue - et vécue - différemment selon les méthodes appliquées et les cultures étudiées, et qui relève davantage d’un espace d’interactions.
    Parce que les données matérielles portent les traces de ces interactions, elles rendent possible la visualisation des échanges entre popula...

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    Note de l’éditeur

    Actes de la 9e Journée doctorale d’archéologie
    Paris, 21 mai 2014

    • Éditeur : Publications de la Sorbonne
    • Collection : Archéo.doct | 9
    • Lieu d’édition : Paris
    • Année d’édition : 2016
    • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 09 février 2017
    • ISBN électronique : 9791035100100
    • DOI : 10.4000/books.psorbonne.6256
    Pascal Butterlin
    Raphaël Angevin
    Penser la frontière en archéologie : réflexion à partir d’exemples pré- et protohistoriques

    Thinking the Border in Archaeology : Considerations from Pre- and Proto-Historical Examples

    Vincent N’Guyen-Van
    La frontière syrienne et mésopotamienne sous le Haut-Empire romain d’après le vocabulaire des sources littéraires et épigraphiques

    Rome’s Eastern Border in Words: Epigraphic and Literary Evidences from the Early Empire

    Capucine Perriot
    L’archéologue et les frontières en Sibérie méridionale

    Le cas de la culture d’Afanasyevo

    Archaeologists on the frontier: the case of the Afanasievo culture

    Aurélien Laforgue
    La frontière hennuyère à la fin du xiiie siècle comme témoin des changements dans la perception et de la construction du territoire français

    The Hennuyerian Border at the End of the 13th c. AD as Witness of the Changes in the Perception and of the Construction of the French Territory

    Florent Mathias
    Esquisse d’une frontière culturelle entre l’Europe occidentale et le bassin oriental de la Méditerranée dans le développement de l’astronomie à l’âge du Bronze (2200-800 av. J.-C.)

    Outline of a Cultural Border between Western Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean Basin through the Development of Astronomy during Bronze Age (2200-800 BC

    Jérôme Spiesser
    À propos du concept de marges

    Première réflexion à partir des dynamiques d’occupation du monde rural gallo-romain dans les cités de la basse vallée de la Seine

    About the Concept of Margins : First Thoughts from the Dynamics of Occupation of the Rural Gallo-Roman World in the Cities of the Lower Seine Valley

    Antoine Dorison
    Du terroir au territoire

    Une approche environnementale de la notion de frontière à travers l’étude des sites préhispaniques de la région de Zacapu (Mexique) au Postclassique (xiiième xvèmesiècle apr. J.-C.)

    From Land Use to Territory. An Environmental Approach to the Notion of Border through the Study of Prehispanic Sites in the Zacapu Region (Mexico) during the Postclassic Period (13th-15th c. AD)

    Tobias Krapf
    Le Nord de l’Égée : entre la Grèce mycénienne et les Balkans

    Différents modèles d’interprétation

    The North of the Aegean : between Mycenaean Greece and the Balkans. Different Models of Interpretation

    Ségolène Maudet
    La Campanie archaïque, espace de frontières entre Grecs, Étrusques et indigènes ?

    Archaic Campania, Border Area/Area of Borders between Greeks, Etruscans and Indigenous People?

    Elsa Jadot
    Technologie céramique et « frontières culturelles »

    L’exemple des techniques de décors céramiques de deux sites postclassiques du Malpaís de Zacapu (Mexique) : Palacio et Malpaís Prieto

    Ceramic Technology and “Cultural Borders”. The Example of Ceramic Decoration Techniques of two Postclassic Sites from the Malpaís of Zacapu (Mexico): Palacio and Malpaís Prieto

    Eukene Bilbao Zubiri
    Dynamiques territoriales et culturelles à la « frontière » de la cité de Métaponte

    Territorial and Cultural Dynamics at the Metapontian Border

    Aline Resch
    Grand, à la frontière de la cité des Leuques ?

    Grand, a Roman City, at the Limits of the Leuci's Territory ?

    Lucas Aniceto, Léa Hermenault, Bénédicte Khan et al.

    Women of ASOR Map

    [First posted in AWOL 30 October 3013, updated 8 March 2017  in honour of International Women's Day]

     Women of ASOR Map
    The “Women of ASOR” Map will act as a networking resource for ASOR’s membership, as it displays the locations of professional female members around the globe – pinpointing the universities, museums or other organizations where they work and the sites at which they excavate. Each red dot opens a pop-up box that contains the profile of a member at this geographic location (latitude and longitude coordinates) and information of any affiliated archaeological projects. Each blue star is located at the geographic location of the archaeological projects affiliated with the members represented on the map (red dots). Helpful Hints: Zooming in on the map allows users to see the more specific locations of the members. To search for a particular member or specialty keyword, use the search box at the bottom left of the screen. Also, on the upper left toolbar is the “Identify” button/link, which needs to be clicked on or highlighted in order to explore the points (red dots and blue stars) on the map. For more in-depth help, click here!

    Open Access Monograph Series: Archéo.doct

    ISSN (Édition imprimée): 2101-7727
    Publications de la Sorbonne
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    Open Issue: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, December 2016 Volume 59, Issue 2

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    December 2016

    Volume 59, Issue 2
    Pages i–viii, 1–157

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    Open Access Journal: Classica et Mediaevalia: Danish Journal of Philology and History

     [First posted in AWOL 5 February 2013, updated 10 March 2017]

    Classica et Mediaevalia: Danish Journal of Philology and History
    ISSN 0106-5815
    ISSN 1604-9411 (Online) 
    Classica et Mediaevalia encourages scholarly contributions within the fields of Greek and Latin languages and literature up to, and including, the late Middle Ages as well as Graeco-Roman history and the classical influence in general history, legal history, the history of philosophy and ecclesiastical history.Classica et Mediaevalia, which is ranked as a category A journal by the European Research Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and top-ranked in the Danish and Norwegian bibliometric systems, encourages scholarly contributions within its fields.
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    ASCSA Annual Open Meeting, Athens, March 10, 2017 19:00

    ASCSA Annual Open Meeting, Athens
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    Open Access Journal: Зборник Матице српске за класичне студије - Journal of Classical Studies of Matica Srpska

    Зборник Матице српске за класичне студије - Journal of Classical Studies of Matica Srpska
    ISSN: 1450-6998
    The Management Board of Matica Srpska passed a resolution on publishing the Journal of Classical Studies of Matica Srpska (Zbornik Matice srpske za klasične studije) at its 4th meeting on the 11th of March 1996.
    The Journal focuses on studying the classical antiquities in all aspects. The classical period is the core of European civilization and culture, and our country and the Serbian people are an integral part of that cultural area of the classical era. Many achievements of the classical period in culture, philosophy and science, languages, literature, history, art and material culture were handed down to future European and other nations by the Ancient Balkans. As stated by our leading authority on the Balkans of the classical period, Academician Milan Budimir, the Balkan Slavs as well as all other citizens of former Yugoslavia had strong ties with the culture of the classical period, its location as well as representatives of the era.
    “That antique influence and classical heritage, as well as the heritage and reception of the classical period in the Serbian nation are least mentioned in the world. Thus the primary objective of the journal is the contribution to the promotion of our classical science abroad. To this end are the contributions of colleagues from Europe, Russia, the USA, Canada and India published in our journal.”
    The Journal is to cover critical acclamation and presentation of works of our scientists and authors dealing with classical topics. This is the reason why the reception of Hellenic philosophy, literature, art and culture, both Greek and Roman, in Serbian tradition will be one of the major topics. Comparative research of religion and myth along with theoretical definition of this sphere are further interests of our international partners, including law and natural sciences of the classical period.
    Apart from original research studies and articles on classical topics, the Journal publishes proceedings from scientific conferences on the classical period in our country and abroad, relations with the Orient, classical heritage in Byzantium, interrelations with the Slavic World and Serbian language and culture.
    The Journal also features permanent sections like Hronika naučnog života (the Chronicle of Scientific Life), Projekti (Projects), Vesti iz sveta (News from the World), Nekrolozi (Necrologies) and so forth.
    Special attention is devoted in the Journal to scientific criticism and presentation of new books and studies published in our country as well as abroad, thus publications of the most important publishers have been provided.
    We would like to point out that this Journal is the only one of its kind and has appeared rather late, bearing in mind that the Yugoslav journal on classical topics was lost with the secession of former Yugoslav republics. Precious support to our Journal was given by the International Federation of the Societies of Classical Studies FIEC at its General Assembly on the 20th of August 1999, in Kavala (Greece), when the president of FIEC, Academician Carl Joachim Classen, member of Matica Srpska, publicly supported the publishing of the Journal of Classical Studies and invited colleagues to cooperate with the Journal. We would like to emphasize that FIEC is one of thirteen UNESCO associations for social sciences. Papers from our Journal enter the leading bibliographical publication in the world in this field L’Année Philologique.

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    Open Access Journal: IDP News

    [First posted in AWOL 12 July 2012, updated 10 March 2017]

    IDP News  (International Dunhuang Project)
    International Dunhuang Project
    The International Dunhuang Project: The Silk Road Online
    IDP is a ground-breaking international collaboration to make information and images of all manuscripts, paintings, textiles and artefacts from Dunhuang and archaeological sites of the Eastern Silk Road freely available on the Internet and to encourage their use through educational and research programmes.

    Current Issue No. 47/48, Autumn 2016

    • The British Library and the Dunhuang Academy: Ten Years of Working Together to Bring Dunhuang to All | 大英图书馆与敦煌研究院: 十年合作向众人展现出敦
    • 敦煌研究院的未来 | The Future of the Dunhuang Academy
    • 敦煌研究院历史简介 | A Brief History of the Dunhuang Academy
    • 数字敦煌成果简介 | Digitisation at the Dunhuang Academy
    • Journey to the West: Dunhuang Material in London
    • Forthcoming Initiatives on Dunhuang in Europe and the US
    • Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road
    • Tangut Conservation and Digitisation
    • Obituary: Dr Abraham S-T Lue MBE CMG FKC
    • Read the current issue here

    Issue 1 – May 1993

    • 'Cave 17' Conference Sussex University, UK October 13–15, 1993
    • Establishment of the IDP Steering Group

    Issue 2 – January 1995

    • The Dunhuang Manuscripts in St.Petersburg
    • Khara-Khoto — The Black City
    • The Star Chart

    Issue 3 – July 1995

    • Berlin's Re-united Collections
    • Conservation and Science
    • Qizil Caves

    Issue 4 – January 1996

    • Dunhuang at the Bibliothèque National in Paris
    • An Oasis in Europe Dunhuang Studies in France
    • The Year of the Rat

    Issue 5 – Summer 1996

    • The Conservation of Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Central Asia
    • Two Conservation Problems

    Issue 6 – November 1996

    • Dunhuang Manuscripts Collections in China

    Issue 7 – Spring 1997

    • Ye Changchi: Pioneer of Dunhuang Studies by Rong Xinjiang
    • Towards a New Understanding of Huahujing (The scripture of transforming the barbarians) from Dunhuang by Liu Yi

    Issues 8 & 9 – Summer/Winter 1997

    • Genuine, Copy or Forgery?
    • IDP Workshop on Dunhuang Mansuscript Forgeries
    • Chronological Classification of Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts
    • IDP Symposium: 'Dunhuang and Turfan'

    Issue 10 – Spring 1998

    • Count Otani's Central Asian Expeditions
    • Japanese Collections of Dunhuang and Silk Road Manuscripts
    • On the Photography of Magistrate Wang and His Family by Wang Jiqing
    • Meeting on the Centenary of the Discovery of the Dunhuang Manuscript Cave by Rong Xinjiang

    Issue 11 – Summer 1998

    • Preservation of Dunhuang and Central Asian Collections: Third International Conference
    • Conference Programme
    • The Silk Road Project: Reuniting Turfan's Scattered Treasures by Valerie Hansen
    • Conservation in Japan
    • The Tradition of Japanese Mounting and Some Methods Applied to Early Graphic Materials by W. Andrew Hare
    • Conservation of 3rd Century Loulan Paper Documents by Katsuhiko Masuda

    Issue 12 – Winter 1998/9

    • The Stein Collection in the British Library
    • Dunhuang Manuscripts in the Taipei National Central Library by Lou Kamtong
    • Dunhuang Manuscripts at Academia Sinica, Taipei by Tu Cheng-sheng

    Issue 13 – Spring 1999

    • Site and Wall Paintings' Conservation at the Mogao Grottoes by Neville Agnew
    • The Origin of Chess: The Initiative Group Koenigstein
    • Stylus-Impressed Writing on the Dunhuang Manuscripts by Yasukazu Yoshizawa and Yoshinori Kobayashi

    Issue 14 – Autumn 1999

    • The Preservation of Manuscripts, Artefacts and Paintings from Dunhuang and Central Asia
    • Transparent Plastic Film Materials for Document Conservation by Dr Barry Cope
    • Samuil Martynovich Dudin by Professor L. N. Menshikov

    Issue 15 – Spring 2000

    • Mannerheim's Central Asian Expedition of 1906–1908 by Alpo Ratia
    • Stein's Dunhuang Limes Revisited by C. W. Dyment

    Issue 16 – Autumn 2000

    • Celebrating the Centenary
    • 2000 International Conference on Dunhuang Studies by Roderick Whitfield
    • International Academic Conference on the Centenary of the Discovery of the Dunhuang Library Cave by Frances Wood
    • 'Respect, Understanding and Good Faith' - 'Reminiscence of Dunhuang Manuscripts in British Collections'

    Issue 17 – Winter 2000/1

    • Tibetan Manuscripts in Gansu Province, China by Sam van Schaik
    • Bibliography of Catalogues of Tibetan Central Asian Manuscript Collections
    • Summary of the January 2001 EPHE Vème section lecture series by Matthew Kapstein
    • Ellsworth Huntington and the Central Asian Manuscripts at Yale by Sam van Schaik

    Issue 18 – Summer 2001

    • The Three Rabbits
    • Camel and Yak Hair on the Silk Road by M. L. Ryder
    • A Dash Across Asia
    • More Dogs and Other Animals…
    • Sir Auriel Stein's Grave in Kabul

    Issue 19 – Winter 2001

    • Chinggis Khan's Name Encrypted in a Tangut Song
    • Setting Standards — IDP Photography and Digitisation
    • New IDP website: Buddhism on the Silk Road

    Issue 20 – Spring 2002

    • Manuscript Forgeries
    • Dunhuang Manuscript Forgeries
    • Islam Akhuns Forgeries 1895–7
    • Two 'New' Islam Akhuns Forgeries & Forgeries Today
    • More Stein News
    • The UK-Hungarian Stein Project

    Issue 21 – Summer 2002

    • The IDP Database Goes International
    • Sven Hedin: Explorer and Collector
    • The Centenary of the First German Expedition to Turfan
    • The Sven Hedin Foundation

    Issue 22/23 – Winter 2002/Spring 2003

    • Launch of the Chinese Web Site
    • 5th Conservation Conference in Stockholm
    • Dunhuang Paintings Online
    • An Enduring Friendship: De Filippi and Stein
    • Memories of Ksenia Kepping

    Issue 24 – Autumn 2004

    • IDP 10 years on
    • The Silk Road Exhibition and associated events
    • IDP in Russia and Japan
    • Project Appeal

    Issue 25 – Spring 2005

    • St Petersburg Online
    • A Journey of Exploration: Objets d'Arts of the Museum of Indian Art, Berlin, in the State Hermitage, St Petersburg
    • Archaeological Finds from Khotan in the State Museum of Ethnography in Munich
    • Stein in the UK, Hungary and India
    • Obituary: Nadezhda Mironovna Brovenko (1946–2003)

    Issue 26 – Winter 2005

    • 2005 – The New Year in Review
    • New Funding
    • A Guide to the IDP Website and Database
    • Uighur Studies in China: A Review
    • Professor L.N. Menshikov (1926–2005)

    Issue 27 – Spring 2006

    • The Berlin Turfan Collection — Online
    • Nikolai Mikhailovich Przhevalsky and the Politics of Russian Imperialism
    • A Study of the Silk Braids on Stein Chinese Scrolls
    • Textile Exhibition and Publication
    • The Use of Melinex for Enclosing Manuscript Fragments
    • Kashgar: Cultural Monuments and Spaces

    Issue 28 – Winter 2006

    • Recent Japanese Research on Silk Road Manuscripts
    • The Zhufoyaojijing at the Lüshun Museum
    • Database of the Normative Glyphs in Hanzi Script (HNG)
    • Codicological study of old Chinese Manuscripts
    • Exploiting the high dynamic range of images for study
    • Scientific Analysis of Paper from Ancient Central Asian Manuscripts
    • The British Library Sanskrit Fragments
    • Boris Il'ich Marshak
    • Ford Foundation Symposium

    Issue 29 – Spring 2007

    • A Century of Collection Care
    • The Conservation of Stein Tibetan Manuscripts
    • Recent IDP Conservation Initiatives
    • Turfan Conservation in Berlin, Dr Simone-Christiane Raschmann
    • Remembering Wang Xu (1930-1997), Sarah Allen

    Issue 30 – Winter 2007

    • Stein and Chinese Officials at Dunhuang
    • A Study in the Manufacture of Old Asian Inks
    • IDP Conservation News

    Issue 31 – Spring/Summer 2008

    • IDP-CREA Cultural Routes of Eurasia
    • IDP-CREA Partners and Activities
    • Western Eyes: An Exhibition of Historical Photographs of China taken by European Photographers, 1860–1930
    • The Conservation of an Eighteenth Century Chinese Tao

    Issue 32 – Winter 2008–9

    • Archaeology in Xinjiang
    • A Century On: Documenting Archaeological Sites in Xinjiang
    • Berlin Researchers in Turfan
    • New Discoveries and Research on Khotan
    • Celebrating the 2009 International Year of Astronomy
    • Understanding the Dunhuang Star Chart

    Issue 33 – Spring 2009 (in French and English)

    • IDP France Goes Live
    • Undoing Old and Doing New Conservation on Pelliot Chinois 2547 and 2490
    • IDP’s Educational Activities and New Resources
    • French Publications on the Silk Road
    • Obituary: Song Jiayu 宋家钰

    Issue 34 – Winter 2009–10

    • The Iconography of Buddha on a Wooden Panel from Khotan
    • Stars on Earth — De Filippi’s 1913-4 Karakorum Expedition
    • St. Petersburg Dunhuang Studies Conference
    • THE CAVES OF DUNHUANG: Exclusive Offer for readers of IDP News

    Issue No. 35 - Spring/Summer 2010

    • Following the Tracks of a Tenth-Century Buddhist Pilgrim
    • A Technical Study of Portable Paintings from Cave 17 in US Collections
    • Turfan Forum on Old Languages of the Silk Road
    • Comment on IDP News 34

    Issue No. 36/37 - Winter/Spring 2010–11

    • Launch of IDP Seoul
    • IDP Korea Online
    • Korea and the Silk Road
    • The Impact of IDP on Dunhuang Studies
    • The Significance of Dunhuang Studies in Korea
    • Accounts of Silla in Dunhuang Manuscripts
    • Previously Unpublished Silk Road Manuscripts Now Available Online
    • Following Stein's Dreams in Afghanistan
    • Denis Sinor 1916–2011
    • Publications on Korea and the Silk Road
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (1MB)

    Issue No. 38, Winter 2011–12

    • The Diamond Sutra: History and Transmission
    • Restoration of the Diamond Sutra
    • Accruing Merit from Copying the Diamond Sutra
    • A Preliminary Study of the Diamond Sutra
    • Thierry Delcourt 1959–2011
    • John R. McRae 1947–2011
    • Publications: Diamond Sutra and Buddhism
    • Documenting Dunhuang: Historical Records from the late Qing and Republican Periods
    • IDP Worldwide: First Partners’ meeting in Dunhuang
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (717KB)

    Issue No. 39, Spring 2012

    • On Stein’s Tracks in the Taklamakan
    • The Niya Ruins Today
    • House-building in Ancient Niya
    • Dunhuang Scrolls in the Royal Library, Copenhagen
    • Obituary: John B. Vincent (1915–2012)
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (848KB)

    Issue No. 40, Winter 2012–13

    • Dandan-Uiliq: The Sino-Japanese Mission
    • Archaeology of the Southern Taklamakan: Hedin and Stein’s Legacy and New Explorations
    • In the Footsteps of Grünwedel: Conservation and Research on Central Asian Wall Paintings
    • Scientific Analysis of the Kizil Wall Paintings of the Asian Art Museum, Berlin
    • Buddhist Art Forum
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (851KB)

    Issue No. 41, Spring 2013

    • Archaeology of the Southern Taklamakan: Hedin and Stein’s Legacy and New Explorations
    • Archaeological Discoveries in Domoko
    • The Materials of Turfan and Dunhuang Manuscripts: Analysis of Paper, Pigments and Dyes
    • Workshop on Codicology of Hanzi Scripts
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (594KB)

    Issue No. 42, Autumn 2013

    • Travellers to Dunhuang: 1930-1960
    • Desmond Parsons, 1935
    • Irene Vongehr Vincent and John B. Vincent, 1948
    • Joseph Needham, 1943 & 1958
    • Raghu Vira, 1955
    • Conservation and Science ‘The Earliest Rag Papers?’
    • Celebrating 30 Years of Dunhuang Turfan Scholarship
    • Celebrating 30 Years of Sino-British Collaboration
    • The Dunhuang Manuscripts Project: A Brief Review
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (930KB)

    Issue No. 43, Spring 2014

    • IDP — Beginnings
    • From Dunhuang Manuscripts to Silk Road Artefacts
    • Collaboration — IDP Worldwide
    • Our Favourite Things: Excerpts from the IDP20 Blog
    • IDP20 Events UK
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (1MB)

    Issue No. 44, Autumn 2014

    • The Visitors’ Centre at Dunhuang
    • Conservation and Research on Excavated Textiles from Mogao
    • Desmond Parsons in Chinese Archives
    • Prospects for the Study of Dunhuang Manuscripts: The Next 20 Years
    • Our Favourite Things: Excerpts from the IDP20 Blog
    • Obituary: Serguei Grigoryevich Klyashtornyj
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (789KB)

    Issue No. 45, Spring 2015

    • Sven Hedin 1865–1952
    • Sven Hedin and Dunhuang
    • Höhner and Bohlin at Dunhuang 1930 and 1931
    • The Sven Hedin Project
    • Obituary: T. H. Tsien, 1909–2015
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (736KB)

    Issue No. 46, Autumn 2015

    • Silk For Paper: A Textile Hoard Found Near Jericho
    • Silks from the Silk Road: Origins, Transmissions and Exchange
    • International Association for the Study of Silk Road Textiles
    • Reproduction of a Model Pattern Loom from Sichuan
    • Zhejiang University: Dunhuang and Silk Road Studies
    • VIEW | Download this Issue as a PDF (1.6MB)

    Open Access Journal: Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: Lettre d’information

    Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: Lettre d’information
    L'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres est essentiellement une société de savants réunis dans un même idéal de recherche consacré aux sciences humaines. Fondée en 1663 sous l'impulsion de Colbert, installée depuis 1805 quai de Conti, dans le cadre majestueux de l'ancien collège des Quatre-Nations, autrefois édifié par Mazarin, elle est l'une des cinq Académies constitutives de l'Institut de France.

    Fresh Perspectives on Graeco-Roman Visual Culture – Proceedings of an International Conference at the Humboldt-Universität


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