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Kitab al-khilaf : Mishael Ben Uzziel's treatise on the differences between Ben Asher and Ben Naphtali

Open Access Journal: Cahiers « Mondes Anciens »

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[First posted in AWOL 9 February 2010. Updated 17 March  2017]

Cahiers «Mondes Anciens»
ISSN: 2107-0199
Phryné devant l’Aréopage
Les Cahiers « Mondes Anciens » sont une revue électronique dédiée aux études anciennes dans toute la diversité de leurs pratiques. Centrés sur les mondes grec et romain, ils concernent cependant tous les domaines de l'histoire de l'Antiquité méditerranéenne et comportent une dimension anthropologique et comparatiste qui va au-delà de ce cadre. Créés en 2009, ils accueillent des travaux en lien avec les thèmes de recherche de l'unité Anthropologie et Histoire des Mondes Antiques (ANHIMA) UMR 8210, née de la fusion du Centre Louis Gernet de recherches comparées sur les sociétés anciennes, du Centre Gustave Glotz de recherches sur les mondes hellénistique et romain et de l'équipe Phéacie, Pratiques culturelles dans les sociétés grecque et romaine.

The Cahiers« Mondes Anciens » are an electronic scholarly publication dedicated to the wide spectrum of studies of the ancient societies. They focus primarily on the Greek and Roman worlds, but take into account the global history of the Ancient Mediterranean and are open to a anthropological and comparatist approach which goes beyond this frame. Launched in 2009, they publish researches related to the activity and interests of the Centre Anthropology and History of the Ancient World (ANHIMA) UMR 8210, created by the merging of the « Centre Louis Gernet de recherches comparées sur les sociétés anciennes », the « Centre Gustave Glotz de recherches sur les mondes hellénistique et romain » and the group « Phéacie, Pratiques culturelles dans les sociétés grecque et romaine ».

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It seems worthy of note that over the night of March 16/17, AWOL surpassed six million page views. Four million of these have been within the last three years. March and April generally have the lowest levels of traffic. "Normal" traffic is now well above the 100,000 page views per month level, though three months in the last eight have each had nearly 200,000.

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This publication systematically describes ancient-world information resources on the world-wide web. The bibliographic data presented herein has been programmatically extracted from the content of AWOL - The Ancient World Online (ISSN 2156-2253) and formatted in accordance with a structured data model. In continuous operation since 2009, AWOL is a blog authored by Charles E. Jones, Tombros Librarian for Classics and Humanities at the Pattee Library, Penn State University

This publication, The AWOL Index, is an experimental project, developed jointly by Jones and Tom Elliott, the Associate Director for Digital Programs at New York University's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW), with the assistance of Pavan Atri, Roger Bagnall, Dawn Gross, Sebastian Heath, Gabriel McKee, Ronak Parpani, David Ratzan, and Kristen Soule.

Creation of The AWOL Index was made possible by a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.
We are currently working with partners in London and New York (and elsewhere) to make the data collected in AWOL more accessible and reusable.

I welcome comments (though not so much from spambots) both directly and in the comments section of each entry.  If you are aware of open access scholarship on Antiquity not yet listed here, please pass it along.

Open Access Journal: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies

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Open Access Journal: The Akhenaten Sun

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The Akhenaten Sun
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The Amarna period of Egyptian history began during the reign of the pharaoh Amenhotep III nearly 3,400 years ago. This was a period of tremendous artistic and architectural achievement. The famous Colossi of Memnon were built, wonderful additions were made to the temples at Luxor and Karnak, and seeds were sown for a monotheistic religion.

Upon the death of Amenhotep III, his son Amenhotep IV became pharaon of Egypt. This "heretic king" changed his name to Akhenaten, quickly abandoned the pantheon of Egyptian gods and declared the sun-god, Aten, to be the only god. He and his queen, Nefertiti, built a new city, known as Akhetaten (Horizon of the Aten) at the present site of Tell el-Amarna. From there he ruled all Egypt and directed the worship of his one god, Aten.

Following the death of Akhenaten, Tutankhamun (who was born Tutankh-aten, and is believed by a great many Egyptologists to have been Akhenaten's son), returned the religious capital of Egypt to Thebes. The monuments of the "heretic king" were destroyed and the memory of his reign was erased. But the eighteen year reign of Akhenaten had touched upon a religious philosophy and an artistic style that still echoes today.

The Amarna Research Foundation is dedicated exclusively to the advancement of interest and research in the this fascinating slice of ancient history. 
2015 Spring Vol 21 No 1

2014 Fall Vol 20 No 2

2014 Spring Vol 20 No 1

2013 Fall Vol 19 No 2

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2012 Fall Vol 18 No 2

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Experiencing Hektor : Character in the Iliad

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Experiencing Hektor : Character in the Iliad
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Author(s) Kozak, Lynn
Publisher Bloomsbury Academic, London
Published
Subjects HumanitiesReligion and beliefsOther non-Christian religions__Ancient religions and mythologies__Ancient Greek religion and mythology New
Abstract This book presents a rigorous philological examination of every instance where Hektor enters the Iliad, analysing each entrance's narrative context and style. In so doing, the author challenges and destabilises previous popular and scholarly assumptions about Hektor, and about the Iliad as a whole.
Keywords Classics
Language English
Number of pages 304
ISBN 9781474245449

9781474245463
Rights https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode
Grant Knowledge Unlatched - KU Select 2016 Front List Collection - 100085

New Additions to e-Clavis: Christian Apocrypha (March 2017)

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New Additions to e-Clavis: Christian Apocrypha (March 2017)
Three new entries have been added to e-Clavis: Christian Apocrypha, the comprehensive bibliography of Christian Apocrypha research assembled and maintained by members of NASSCAL. The new entries are:
Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew by Brandon W. Hawk
Life of Judas by Brandon W. Hawk
Protevangelium of James by Eric M. Vanden Eykel
e-Clavis is always looking for volunteers to contribute entries for unassigned texts. Contact members of the editorial board for more information.
e-Clavis: Christian Apocrypha in AWOL

Cataloguing Open Access Classics Serials

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Cataloguing Open Access Classics Serials
March 17th, 2017 by Gabriel Bodard
The Institute for Classical Studies is pleased to announce the appointment of Simona Stoyanova for one year as a new Research Fellow in Library and Information Science on the Cataloguing Open Access Classics Serials (COACS) project, funded by a development grant from the School of Advanced Study.

COACS will leverage various sites that list or index open access (OA) publications, especially journals and serials, in classics and ancient history, so as to produce a resource that subject libraries may use to automatically catalogue the publications and articles therein. The project is based in the ICS, supervised by the Reader in Digital Classics, Gabriel Bodard, and the Combined Library, with the support of Paul Jackson and Sue Willetts. Other digital librarians and scholars including Richard Gartner and Raphaële Mouren in the Warburg Institute; Patrick Burns, Tom Elliott and Charles Jones from the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (NYU); and Matteo Romanello from the German Archaeological Institute are providing further advice.
Major stages of work will include:
  1. Survey of AWOL: We shall assess the regularity of metadata in the open access journals listed at AWOL (which currently lists 1521 OA periodicals, containing a little over 50,000 articles), and estimate what proportion of these titles expose metadata in standard formats that would enable harvesting in a form amenable to import into library catalogues. A certain amount of iteration and even manual curation of data is likely to be necessary. The intermediate dataset will need to be updated and incremented over time, rather than overwritten entirely on each import.
  2. Intermediate data format: We will also decide on the intermediate format (containing MARC data), which in addition to being ingested by the Combined Library will be made available for use by other libraries (e.g. NYU Library and the German Archaeological Institute’s Zenon catalogue). The addition of catalogued OA serials and articles to the library catalogue will significantly contribute to the research practice of scholars and other library users, enabling new research outputs from the Institute and enhancing the open access policy of the School.
  3. Further OA indexes: Once the proof-of-concept is in place, and data is being harvested from AWOL (and tested that they update rather than overwriting or duplicating pre-existing titles), we shall experiment with harvesting similar data from other indexes of OA content, such as DOAJ, OLH, Persée, DialNet, TOCS-IN, and perhaps even institutional repositories.
  4. Publish open access software: All code for harvesting OA serials and articles, and for ingest by library catalogues will be made available through Github. This code will then be available for updating the intermediate data to take advantage of new titles that are added to AWOL and other resources, and new issues of serials that are already listed. This will enable reuse of our scripts and data by other libraries and similar institutions.
By the end of the pilot project, we will have: made available and documented the intermediate dataset and harvesting and ingest code; performed a test ingest of the data into the ICS library catalogue; engaged known (NYU, Zenon, BL) and newly discovered colleagues in potentially adding to and using this data; explored the possibility of seeking external funding to take this project further.
We consider this project to be a pilot for further work, for which we intend to seek external funding once a proof of concept is in place. We hope to be able to build on this first phase of work by: extending the methods to other disciplines, especially those covered by the other institute libraries in SAS; enabling the harvest of full-text from serials whose license permit it, for search and other textual research such as text-mining and natural language processing; disambiguating enhancing the internal and external bibliographical references to enable hyperlinks to primary and secondary sources where available.

Open Access Monograph Series: Death on the Nile Online Publications

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Open Access Journal: Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea

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Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea
ISSN: 1849-0670
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Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea, Vol.2 No.1




Datum izdavanja: Ožujak 2017.

Objavljen na Hrčku: 26.01.2017.
Sadržaj Puni tekst
Uvodnik (str.7-7) hrvatskipdf 368 KB
Editorial (str.7-7) engleskipdf 368 KB
Anamarija Kurilić, Ante Bralić
Uvodnik
Jadranski otoci u Pseudo Skimnovoj Periegezi: dvije napomene (str.9-23) hrvatskipdf 542 KB
The Adriatic Islands in the Periegesis of Pseudo-Scymnus: Two Remarks (str.9-23) engleskipdf 542 KB
Slobodan Čače
Izvorni znanstveni članak
O didićima na zadarskom otočju u srednjem vijeku (str.25-40) hrvatskipdf 465 KB
On “Didići” in the Zadar Archipelago in the Middle Ages (str.25-40) engleskipdf 465 KB
Kristijan Juran
Prethodno priopćenje
Ninska svjedočanstva o biskupu Natalu (1436. – 1462.), apostolskom legatu u Bosni (str.41-50) hrvatskipdf 2 MB
The Evidence from Nin concerning Bishop Natalis (1436 – 1462), Apostolic Legate to Bosnia (str.41-50) engleskipdf 2 MB
Nikola Jakšić
Izvorni znanstveni članak
Sukob, suživot i suradnja u mletačkom Zadru (16. stoljeće) (str.51-83) hrvatskipdf 404 KB
Conflict, Coexistence and Cooperation in Venetian Zadar (16th century) (str.51-83) engleskipdf 404 KB
Stephan Karl Sander-Faes
Izvorni znanstveni članak
Historijsko-geografske i geopolitičke konstante jadrana i jadranskog prostora u kontekstu Braudelove vizije Sredozemlja (str.85-108) hrvatskipdf 297 KB
Historical-geographical and Geopolitical Constants of the Adriatic and Adriatic Region in the Context of Braudel’s Vision of the Mediterranean (str.85-108) engleskipdf 297 KB
Petar Elez
Pregledni rad
Obnova dubrovačkog dominikanskog samostana i crkve u 19. stoljeću: stara knjižnica i crkveni oltari (str.109-130) hrvatskipdf 4 MB
Renewal of the Dominican Monastery and Church in Dubrovnik in the 19th Century: Old Library and Church Altars (str.109-130) engleskipdf 4 MB
Vinicije B. Lupis
Izvorni znanstveni članak
Brijunska kočija tipa milord, povijest i konzervacija (str.131-146) hrvatskipdf 3 MB
The Milord Carriage from Brijuni, History and Conservation (str.131-146) engleskipdf 3 MB
Sonja Kirchhoffer, Zoran Kirchhoffer
Pregledni rad
Virginia L. Campbell, The Tombs of Pompeii: Organization, Space and Society, New York, 2015. (str.147-152) hrvatskipdf 168 KB
Virginia L. Campbell, The Tombs of Pompeii: Organization, Space and Society, New York, 2015. (str.147-152) engleskipdf 168 KB
Zrinka Serventi
Recenzija, Prikaz
Stephen Greenblatt, Skretanje. Kako je svijet postao moderan, Zagreb, 2014. (str.153-162) engleskipdf 182 KB
Stephen Greenblatt, Skretanje. Kako je svijet postao moderan, Zagreb, 2014. (str.153-1632) hrvatskipdf 182 KB
Jure Šućur
Recenzija, Prikaz
Slaven Bertoša, Barban i mletački Loredani: život u pokretu, ljudi i događaji, Zagreb, 2016. (str.163-168) hrvatskipdf 199 KB
Slaven Bertoša, Barban i mletački Loredani: život u pokretu, ljudi i događaji, Zagreb, 2016. (str.163-168) engleskipdf 199 KB
Marko Jelenić
Recenzija, Prikaz
Kazalo hrvatskipdf 386 KB
Kazalo engleskipdf 386 KB
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Vol. 1   No. 1

Heritage for Peace

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 [First posted in AWOL 21 February 2014, updated 19 March 2017]

Heritage for Peace
http://www.heritageforpeace.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/1H4P-980x130.jpg
We are an international group of heritage workers who believe that cultural heritage is a common ground for dialogue and a tool to build peace. Founded in February 2013, Heritage for Peace’s mission is to support heritage workers as they work to protect their collections, monuments and archaeological sites during armed conflict. We are an NGO based in Girona, Spain.

Open Access Journal: Pseudo-Dionysius

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Open Access Journal: Studia Orientalia

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Studia Orientalia
ISSN: 0039-3282
 
Studia Orientalia is an internationally recognized publication series published by the Finnish Oriental Society (Societas Orientalis Fennica). It consists of high-quality monographs and thematic collections of articles relating to all fields of Asian and African studies. Studia Orientalia is widely known, as it is delivered to more than 140 libraries around the world. If you have a proposal for the series, please get in touch with the editor, Lotta Aunio (lotta.aunio[AT]helsinki.fi).

In 2013 an offshoot of Studia Orientalia, Studia Orientalia Electronica (StOrE), was established. StOrE is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal publishing original research articles and reviews in all fields of Asian and African studies. StOrE was established to keep up the fine publishing tradition of Studia Orientalia. The journal publishes high quality articles in a more modern and accessible format.
  • Materialen zur Morphologie der türkischen Sprachen
    Vol 21 (1957)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 21 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1957.
  •   Studia Orientalia 20
    Vol 20 (1955)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 20 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1955.
    Studien zur mittelbabylonischen Grammatik.
  •   Studia Orientalia 19
    Vol 19 (1954)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 19 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1954.
  • Studia Orientalia 18
    Vol 18 (1955)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 18 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1955.
  •   Studia Orientalia 17
    Vol 17 (1952)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 17 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1952.
  •   Studia Orientalia 16
    Vol 16 (1951)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 16 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1951.
  •   Materialen zur Lautgeschichte der türkischen Sprachen
    Vol 15 (1949)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 15 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1949.
  •   Studia Orientalia 14
    Vol 14 (1950)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 14 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1950.
  •   Studia Orientalia 13
    Vol 13 (1947)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 13 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1947.
  •   Studia Orientalia 12
    Vol 12 (1948)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 12 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1948.
    Månen i myt och dikt, folktro och kult.
  •   Studia Orientalia 11
    Vol 11 (1945)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 11 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1945.
  •   Studia Orientalia 10
    Vol 10 (1942)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 10 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1942 .
  •   Studia Orientalia 9
    Vol 9 (1941)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 9 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1941.
  •   Studia Orientalia 8
    Vol 8 (1939)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 8 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1939.
  •   Akkadische Götterepitheta
    Vol 7 (1938)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 7 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1938.
  •   Studia Orientalia 6
    Vol 6 (1936)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 6 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1936.
  •   Studia Orientalia 5
    Vol 5 (1934)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 5 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1934.
  •   Studia Orientalia 4
    Vol 4 (1932)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 4 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1932.
  •   Studia Orientalia 3
    Vol 3 (1930)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 3 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1930.
    Idrīsī. La Finlande et les autres pays baltiques orientaux (Geographie VII 4)
  •   Studia Orientalia 2
    Vol 2 (1928)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 2 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1928.
  •   Studia Orientalia 1
    Vol 1 (1925)
    A back issue of Studia Orientalia 1 (ISSN 0039-3282) published in print in 1925.

 

New Open Access Journal: Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali

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Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali
ISSN: 2421-7220
 
Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali / Working Papers in Linguistics and Oriental Studies (QULSO), is an open-access peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for scholarly debate for Linguistics and Oriental Studies researchers in Italy and abroad. The journal publishes articles relating to the analysis of natural language in its various aspects, paying special attention to the following fields of inquiry: theoretical models of language; the description of linguistic systems; the linguistic continuum in historical, typological and sociolinguistic perspectives; linguistic structures of languages of the Orient and their historical evolution; experimental linguistics (psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics) and applied linguistics; pragmatics and semantics; communication.

The journal, sponsored and funded by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies of the University of Florence, reflects the interests of its linguist and orientalist members. It is a product of the Open Access Publishing Workshop and is published online by Firenze University Press (FUP).

Languages: English, Italian (others by editorial approval).
 
Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali / Working Papers in Linguistics and Oriental Studies (QULSO), è una rivista open access con revisione anonima tra pari che fornisce una sede di confronto scientifico rivolto alla comunità linguistica e orientalistica italiana e internazionale. La rivista pubblica contributi relativi all’analisi dei diversi aspetti del linguaggio, in riferimento in particolare ai seguenti nuclei tematici:  i modelli teorici delle lingue naturali; la descrizione dei sistemi linguistici; il continuum linguistico in prospettiva storica, tipologica, sociolinguistica; le strutture linguistiche dell'area orientale e l’evoluzione storica delle lingue orientali; la dimensione sperimentale (psicolinguistica, neurolinguistica) ed applicata  del linguaggio; la semantica e la pragmatica; la comunicazione.

La rivista, finanziata dal Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Studi Interculturali dell’Università di Firenze, riflette gli interessi della sua componente linguistica ed orientalistica; è prodotto dal Laboratorio editoriale Open Access del Dipartimento e pubblicato online da Firenze University Press (FUP).

Lingue: inglese, italiano (altre su approvazione del comitato di redazione).
2016


Vol 2 (2016)

Edited by Rita Manzini

2015

Vol 1 (2015)

Edited by Rita Manzini


Open Access Journal: Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies

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[First posted in AWOL 1 June 2010. Updated 21 March 2017]

Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies
ISSN: 1756-5049
PVCRS is very much a companion publication to our ejournal New Voices in Classical Reception Studies and our Eseminar Archive. All add to the range of resources that are made freely available on the Open University Reception of Classical Texts Research Project website. New Voices provides a refereed platform for newer researchers to publish their work. The Eseminar Archive makes available the records of the annual seminar that discusses all aspects of classical reception. Practitioners' Voices is a response to the growing awareness that Classical Reception research has to recognise the full range of processes that shape the impact of classical material in new contexts. Its aim is to provide a Forum in which theatre directors, designers, dramaturgs, actors, poets, translators, and all involved in the creative practices that are so crucial to classical receptions can discuss the relationship between their work and the classical texts, themes and contexts on which they draw.
We hope that the Forum will also lead to further dialogue between creative practitioners and critics and academics (who are after all also practitioners).


Issue 8 (2017)

Ben Ferris

Ben Ferris is a film writer/director whose films have screened at festivals throughout the world (in Paris, Athens, New York, Tokyo, Karlovy Vary, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Skopje, Singapore, Sydney). His short film The Kitchen (2003) won the Grand Prix at the Akira Kurosawa Memorial Short Film Festival in Tokyo in 2005, and his short film Ascension (2004) won the Grand Prix at the 4th One Take Film Festival in Croatia in 2004.
His debut feature film Penelope, an Australian-Croatian co-production, screened in National Competition at the 56th Pula Film Festival in Croatia in 2009, and won a Van Gogh Award for Best Fantasy Film at the Amsterdam Film Festival in 2010. His second feature film, 57 Lawson (2016), captures daily life in a social housing building in Redfern, under the shadow of impending development. Ben is currently the Artistic Director of the Sydney Film School which he co-founded in 2004. He was the curator of the Sydney Cinémathèque in 2015, and his writings on cinema have been published worldwide in both French and English.
This interview with Leanne Glass was recorded via Skype on 13th January 2016.

Past Issues

Montage of 4 photographs from a 2008 production of Cloudcuckooland

Issue 6 (2015)

featuring Robert Icke, Eugenia Manolidou, Marcus Romer, Liz White and Caroline Horton.

Open Access Journal: Ανθέμιον: ενημερωτικο δελτιο της Ενωσεως Φιλων Ακροπολεως

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Ανθέμιον: ενημερωτικο δελτιο της Ενωσεως Φιλων Ακροπολεως
ISSN: 1106-6628
Ενωση Φίλων Ακρόπολης
Ανθεμιον : ενημερωτικο δελτιο της Ενωσεως Φιλων Ακροπολεως.
Anthemion : enēmerōtiko deltio tēs Enōseōs Filōn Akropoleōs.
Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως. Εκδότης: Έβη Τουλούπα. Υπεύθυνοι έκδοσης: Φανή Μαλλούχου-Tufano, Άννα Μαλικούρτη. Καλλιτεχνική επιμέλεια: Όλγα Σημαιοφορίδου.
Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως.
1816 – 2016, 200 χρόνια απο τα Μάρμαρα του Παρθενώνα στο Βρετανικό Μουσείο 
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Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως.
Αφιέρωμα στα έργα ανάδειξης της Νέας Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Αθηνών
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Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως. Εκδότης: Έβη Τουλούπα. Υπεύθυνοι έκδοσης: Φανή Μαλλούχου-Tufano, Άννα Μαλικούρτη. Καλλιτεχνική επιμέλεια: Όλγα Σημαιοφορίδου. ISSN: 1106-6628.Φωτογραφία εξωφύλλου: 25 Χρόνια Ένωση Φίλων Ακροπόλεως
Με την ευγενική υποστήριξη: ΙΔΡΥΜΑ ΙΩΑΝΝΟΥ Φ. ΚΩΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ.

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Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως. Εκδότης: Έβη Τουλούπα. Υπεύθυνοι έκδοσης: Φανή Μαλλούχου-Tufano, Άννα Μαλικούρτη. Καλλιτεχνική επιμέλεια: Όλγα Σημαιοφορίδου. ISSN: 1106-6628.Φωτογραφία εξωφύλλου: Το Ωδείο Ηρώδου Αττικού από ΝΑ Φωτογραφία: Ελένη Μπαρδάνη, 2010.
Με την ευγενική υποστήριξη: ΙΔΡΥΜΑ ΙΩΑΝΝΟΥ Φ. ΚΩΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ
Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο της Ένωσης Φίλων Ακροπόλεως. Εκδότης: Έβη Τουλούπα. Υπεύθυνοι έκδοσης: Φανή Μαλλούχου-Tufano, Άννα Μαλικούρτη. Καλλιτεχνική επιμέλεια: Όλγα Σημαιοφορίδου. ISSN: 1106-6628.Φωτογραφία εξωφύλλου: Άποψη του Ερεχθείου από νοτιοανατολικά μετά την αποκατάστασή του” Φωτογραφία: Φ. Μαλλούχου-Τufano, 2006.

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Open Access Journal: Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantıları

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 [First posted in AWOL 18 March 2011, updated 21 March 2017 (New URLs)]

Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantıları
ISSN: 1017-7663

Open Access Journal: Bulletin Analytique d'Histoire Romaine

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[First posted in AWOL 10 October 2010. Updated 21 Mar 2017]

Bulletin Analytique d'Histoire Romaine
Dernière mise à jour: 5 février 2016
ISSN: 0525-1044
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Le Bulletin Analytique d'Histoire Romaine (BAHR) a été créé en 1962 par Edmond Frézouls, professeur d’histoire romaine à l’Université de Strasbourg de 1959 à 1995. Création en avance sur son temps, le BAHR s’est d’emblée présenté comme une recension bibliographique et analytique de l’ensemble de la production scientifique en histoire et en archéologie romaines publiée dans des revues, y compris celles publiées dans des langues peu pratiquées et élargies aux revues de l’Europe orientale. Dès l’origine de cette entreprise, E. Frézouls fut aidé dans sa tâche par Hélène Jouffroy, ingénieur de recherche au CNRS, dont la vaste connaissance tant en histoire qu’en archéologie romaine a largement bénéficié à la qualité des analyses du BAHR. Le BAHR a été ensuite successivement dirigé par H. Jouffroy (1996-1998), A.-M. Adam (1996-2004) et M.-L. Freyburger (2005-2012), et depuis début 2013, il est dirigé par M. Humm, professeur d'histoire romaine à l'Université de Strasbourg. 

Le BAHR se présentait initialement comme une suite de résumés non critiques classés thématiquement et publiés annuellement. À partir de 1992, l'analyse des articles a été abandonnée au profit d'un choix de mots-clés (peuples, anthroponymes, théonymes, lieux géographiques, sources littéraires, épigraphiques, papyrologiques), de thèmes et de mots-clés divers (ces derniers regroupés et classés dans un thésaurus). Cette grille d’analyse a été inspirée par les PACTOLS de la base FRANTIQ (Fichiers de Recherche sur l’ANTIQuité). L’ouverture sur le web grâce au serveur de la MISHA permet au chercheur de découvrir les travaux, publiés parfois dans des revues rares, qui concernent l’objet de sa recherche. 

Aujourd’hui, le BAHR se présente toujours comme une base de données bibliographique et analytique unique pour la connaissance et la recherche en histoire et en archéologie du monde romain antique. Cette base de données est fondée sur le dépouillement de plus de 800 revues françaises et étrangères traitant du monde romain antique (en histoire, archéologie, épigraphie, numismatique, papyrologie...). Depuis 2007, une analyse des articles (en texte libre) accompagne les mots-clés de la plupart des notices. En 2013, l’équipe du BAHR a décidé d’adapter cet outil bibliographique aux nouvelles exigences de la recherche en histoire ancienne : le BAHR intègre désormais le dépouillement des actes de colloque et d’autres ouvrages collectifs traitant de l’histoire romaine (publiés à partir de 2012, à condition que l’équipe du BAHR reçoive directement un exemplaire de ces ouvrages). 

Le BAHR repose sur le travail d’une équipe composée d’ingénieurs CNRS de l'UMR 7044 « ArcHiMède » et d’un informaticien de l’USR-MISHA. S’y ajoute l'aide d'enseignants-chercheurs de l'équipe et aussi d'étudiants en master et en doctorat des universités de Strasbourg (UDS) et de Mulhouse (UHA), des collègues de diverses universités françaises (Paris IV, Grenoble) ainsi que des collègues et doctorants québécois de l’Université de Laval, et enfin de quelques chercheurs extérieurs (Pavie, Italie). 

Depuis 1999, l'ensemble des données de la base est accessible gratuitement sur le web (http://www.misha.fr/antiquite). En 2004, grâce à une initiative du Réseau des Maisons des Sciences de l'Homme, le BAHR a participé à la mise en place du portail DAPHNE (Données en Archéologie Préhistoire et Histoire sur le Net), commun à FRANTIQ et à FRANCIS – Archéologie / Préhistoire / Religion – (http://www.daphne.cnrs.fr/). Enfin, depuis septembre 2013, les données du BAHR sont également disponibles sur la plateforme de recherche ISIDORE : http://rechercheisidore.fr
 
Fidèle à ses objectifs initiaux et à l’ambition de son fondateur, le BAHR constitue une base de données unique, exclusivement consacrée au monde romain, et reste un outil au service des scientifiques français et étrangers.

Open Access Monograph Series: AIGIS Supplementum

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AIGIS Supplementum
AIGIS supplementum I: Festskrift for Chr. Gorm Tortzen. 2011

INDHOLD

ForsideRedaktionen
Tabula gratulatoria
Forord: På grænsen til vildt
Bagside v/ Ivar Gjørup
Gormbilleder fra før og nu

Artikler

1. Ole Balslev, Træets sproglige stamme har utallige grene og rødder2.Erik Barfoed, It's Baltimore, gentlemen. The Gods will not save you. Et essay om antikreception i samtidig fortællekunst
3. David Bloch, John af Salisbury. Forsker, formidler og inspirator
4. Jerker Blomqvist, Helikekatastrofen 373/2 f.Kr.
5. Karin Blomqvist, Lukianos, Demonax' liv och leverne
6. Clara Elisabeth Bryld, Græske billeder
7. Adam Bülow-Jacobsen, Den syngende korporal
8. Anne Marie Carstens, Tingsbegær og store fortællinger
9. Bent Christensen, "Quoniam vulgaris fabula non est" - "Og så er den ikke fortærsket"
10. Johnny Christensen, Om Sprog. Uforgribelige Tanker fra Babelstårnet
11. Jakob Leth Fink, Mennesket er et meningssøgende dyr. Prøve på en kommenteret oversættelse af Aristoteles' Metafysikken 1.1
12. Maria Christina Frantzoulis, Konstantinos Kavafis: Klæder
13. Margareta Fredborg, Horatslæsning i middelalderen
14. Karsten Friis-Jensen, Sankt Gallen-accessus'en til Horats' Oder. Udgave og note om forfatterspørgsmålet
15. Helle Gjellerup, En studie i Aristoteles' billede af den beboede verden
16. Ivar Gjørup, En bagatel
17. Rasmus Gottschalck, Xenophon om jagt med hunde - et skrift om paideia
18. Gudrun Haastrup & Birger Munk Olsen, Holbergs Rom - og Vanvitellis
19. Heine Hansen, Aristoteliske relativer - en oversættelse af Metafysikken 5.15
20. Mogens Herman Hansen, Tanker om Platons dialog Statsmanden i Gorms nyoversættelse
21. Line Margrethe Hansen, Middelalderens rejsevisioner
22. George Hinge, Digterfilologer på smalkost: Sappho og Tithonos genlæst igen
23. Minna Skafte Jensen, Teiresias og Odysseus: En analyse af Odysseen 11.90-151
24. Jens Anker Jørgensen, Kalkmaleri og filosofi
25. Steffen Lund Jørgensen, Sokrates' argument for naturlig navnekorrekthed i Platons Kratylos 385e-390e
26. Charlotte Keck, Rom som spejl i det tyvende århundredes danske romaner
27. Maja Kofod-Andersen, Augustin og den ciceronianske dialog
28. Simon Laursen, Det mytologiske substrat: Meleagros som eksempel
29. Marcel Lysgaard Lech & Sebastian Persson, Batrachomyomachia - prodesse et delectare
30. John Lund, Forklædte lagynoi
31. Mette Moltesen, Antikker fra danske adelssamlinger
32. Julie Gulløv Munk, Casper Mose Hansen og Jens Refslund Poulsen, Archilochos
33. Thomas Heine Nielsen, Team Ephesos
34. Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen, "Herremand i kongeklæder" eller "af den gamle skole" - randbemærkninger til en udgave af Christian IV's brevstile
35. Bjørn Paarmann, Den ptolemæiske Sarapis-kult og dens grundlæggelsesmyte
36. Marianne Pade, Sprogforandring og oversættelser. Guarino Veroneses latinske oversættelse af Plutarchs Dion (1414)
37. Fritz S. Pedersen, Vandmærker på Island 1640-44. Brynjolf Sveinssons Ramuskommentar Kbhvn. AM 814, 4'o
38. Anders Holm Rasmussen, De antikke grækere og livet efter døden. Et essay om det græske efterliv
39. Lene Rubinstein, Lysias 18 og den athenske amnesti af 403/2 f.kr.
40. Otto Rühl, Droysen, Preussen og Hellenismen
41. Lars Rydbeck, Czeslaw Milosz: Kejsar Konstantin
42. Adam Schwartz, Ο ΙΕΡΟΣ ΛΟΧΟΣ: historien om et græsk elitekorps
43. Ditte Schwartz Dahlberg, Biologisk terror - sku' det nu være moderne?
44. Ole Seberg, En videnskabs fødsel - Theofrast og den moderne botanik
45. Rasmus Sevelsted, Agathon, Aristophanes - og Sokrates. Om Symposion og Platons poetik
46. Torben Svendrup, Venskabet mellem Cicero og Pompejus
47. Niels Grotum Sørensen, Dionysos og titanerne: en orphisk myte og dens kilder
48. Søren Lund Sørensen, Glimt af hellenisme hos jøderne - Eupolemos: jødisk gesandt og historiker
49. Christian Marinus Taisbak, Her i nærheden
50. Ditlev Tamm, Furtum manifestum - eller tyveriet af latin
51. Christian Troelsgård, Den sandfærdige løgn - Eustathios af Thessalonikis (ca. 1115 - 1195 e.Kr.) forord til Odyssé-kommentarerne
52. Peter Wagner, Botanikerne og græsk-latinske plantenavne
53. Carsten Weber-Nielsen, Om oskulologi
54. Peter Zeeberg, "Amico optimo!" Den indledende brevveksling fra Tycho Brahes bog om den nye stjerne (1573) i dansk oversættelse
55. Jan Stubbe Østergaard, Semper Ardens: Facaden af Hack Kampmanns bygning til Glyptotekets antikke samling
SN. Victor Nikephoros & Huo Yuanjia, Den 'skæggede mand' fra Leningrad
AIGIS supplementum II: Festskrift til Adam Bülow-Jacobsen. 2013

Festskrift til Adam Bülow-Jacobsen

Indholdsfortegnelse:

Forord
Tabula gratulatoria
Billeder af Adam
David Bloch, Sisyphos-fragmentet. Tekst, oversættelse og noter
Jerker Blomqvist, Mytologi och meteoritforskning: Var störtade Faethon?
Johnny Christensen, Nogle termer i Phaidon
Hélène Cuvigny, Kan papyrologien integreres i historieforskningen?
Sten Ebbesen og Fritz S. Pedersen, Justinian: To love fra 530-erne om moral og præstestyre
Paul John Frandsen, Det asketiske ørkenliv
Gudrun Haastrup og Birger Munk Olsen, Paris, Philip August og Peder Sunesen. En dansker i Paris i 1180'erne
Minna Skafte Jensen, Til homerisk Apollonfest på Delos
Simon Laursen, Demosthenes, Om freden (5), paragraf 21
Marcel Lysgaard Lech, Fækalier og fiktion: Hvorfor skider Dionysos i Frøerne?
Thomas Heine Nielsen & Adam Schwartz, Koalitionskrigsførelse i det klassiske Grækenland
Marianne Pade, ‘For ikke at kede læseren’ – om at oversætte Homer
Christian Marinus Taisbak, To udødelige vittigheder om og en sær arv fra den ældste romerske kalender
Chr. Gorm Tortzen, Ovids Metamorphoser i danske oversættelser
Christian Troelsgård, Byzantinske hymner på papyrus – en opdatering
AIGIS supplementum III: Festskrift til Christian Marinus Taisbak - 80 år. 2014

Festskrift til Christian Marinus Taisbak – 80 år

Indholdsfortegnelse:

Forord
Tabula gratulatoria
Ole Balslev, FYR
Len Berggren og Glen Van Brummelen, Al-Kūhī’s tilføjelser til Euklid’s Data: The Importance of Being Known
Jerker Blomqvist, μόνον som adversativ partikel
Lis Brack-Bernsen, Om lige og krumme kvadrater; BM 15285
Adam Bülow-Jacobsen, Vergil i uorden
Johnny Christensen, Nogle begreber fra NT
Jöran Friberg, Tre tusen år med sexagesimala tal i mesopotamiska matematiska texter
Michael N. Fried, Lighed hos Euklid og hos Apollonios: Hvad det betyder at være nøjagtig det samme
Helsingør Gymnasium: Sebastian Andersen, Bent Christensen, Eva Engelund-Mikkelsen, Claus Glunk, Jesper Højgaard, Mathias Manly, Hanne Eggert Strand, Chr. Marinus Taisbak og Chr. Gorm Tortzen, Noli istum disturbare... Archimedes i gymnasiet
Jørgen Martin Hansen, Vitruvius´ fornemmelser for vand
Mogens Herman Hansen, Perikles’ gravtale og hans lovprisning af det athenske demokrati
Jens Høyrup, Brede linier. En glemt geometrisk begrebsstruktur
Gudrun Haastrup, Jacob Winsløw, Ludvig Holberg – og det anatomiske teater i Rue de la Bûcherie i Paris
Kirsten Jungersen, Geometri som metode i Galens lægekunst
Helge Kragh, Kemi og kosmos: Træk af Empedokles’ naturfilosofi
Thomas Heine Nielsen, Et par sportshistoriske noter til Xenophons dialog Hieron
Adam Schwartz, Τουτὶ στοὰν νενομίκατε? En note til Menanders Dyskolos v. 731
Karen Skovgaard-Petersen og Peter Zeeberg, Verdensfjerne matematikere, blodtørstige anatomer og sexhungrende
hustruer: Swifts Gulliver og Holbergs Klim

Sabetai Unguru, C.M. Taisbak (Marinus), græsk matematikhistoriker og ven – på hans 80-års fødselsdag
Carsten Weber-Nielsen, Matematiske gåder i Den græske Antologi
AIGIS supplementum IV: Festskrift til Fritz S. Pedersen - 70 år. 2015

Festskrift til Fritz S. Pedersen i anledning af hans 70 års fødselsdag.

Forside
Sten Ebbesen, Fritz Saaby Pedersen – en skitse
Karen Ascani, Georg Zoëga
David Bloch & Adam Schwartz, Theon: en græsk-ægyptisk møgunge (P.Oxy. I 119)
Adam Bülow-Jacobsen, En escort girl i ørkenen
Bent Christensen & Chr. Gorm Tortzen, Drak Sokrates skarntyde?
W. Owen Duba og C. David Schabel, Utrum causae secundae possint nos in aliquo necessitare. Petrus Ceffons vs. Thomam Bradwardinum
Sten Ebbesen, Simplikios’ forord til kommentaren til Aristoteles’ Kategorier
Jens Fleischer, Forhallen ved Frue Plads – græske myther i et kulturpolitisk spil
Helle Gjellerup, Fjerne områder og fremmede folk i Aristoteles’ Politik
Heine Hansen, Anonymus Berolinensis [C17] in Praedicamenta Aristotelis, cap. de ad aliquid
Marcel Lysgaard Lech, En morders hånd: den tematiske brug af χείρ i Sofokles’ Kong Ødipus
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