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Suppléments à Syria, IV: Le fleuve rebelle: Géographie historique du moyen Oronte d'Ebla à l'époque médiévale

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Le fleuve rebelle: Géographie historique du moyen Oronte d'Ebla à l'époque médiévale
Sous la direction de Dominique Parayre
Suppléments à Syria, IV | 2016
Couverture Syria Supplément IV
Informations sur cette image
Crédits : © Ifpo
220*280 mm
ISBN 978-2-35159-725-1
Notes de la rédaction
Actes du colloque international tenu les 13 et 14 décembre 2012 à Nanterre (Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie René-Ginouvès) et à Paris (Institut national d'Histoire de l'art)
Avec la collaboration de Martin Sauvage pour la cartographie (CNRS, USR 3225, Maison archéologie & Ethnologie René-Ginouvès, Nanterre)

Open Access Annual: Les Actes de la Société française d'étude de la céramique antique en Gaule

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Les Actes de la Société française d'étude de la céramique antique en Gaule

Chaque année, la Sfécag organise un congrès sur la céramique antique dans une région de France ou dans un pays limitrophe : cette réunion rassemble des chercheurs d'une dizaine de pays et permet d'élargir les contacts de chacun. Le prochain congrès se tiendra à Narbonne (Aude) du 25 au 28 mai 2017. Vous trouverez dans ces pages le programme de la manifestation ainsi que les informations nécessaires concernant l'organisation pratique.


Open Access Journal: Meander

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[First posted in AWOL 1 January 2015, updated 24  April 2017]

Meander
ISSN: 0025-6285
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"Meander" was first issued in 1946 by two distinguished classical scholars, Kazimierz Kumaniecki and Kazimierz Michalowski. It covers a wide range of issues related to classical studies, including classical languages, ancient history and philosophy, the reception of Greek and Roman culture in Europe, and the classical scholarship in Poland. It presents work of both leading and younger Polish scholars. The articles are scholarly, yet intended to reach the wider audience of non-classicists interested in ancient culture.

Starting with the year 2013 the journal frequency has changed to annual.

      ROBERTIN-database

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      ROBERTIN-database 
      ROBERTIN-database ist ein Projekt der Fachrichtung Klassische Archäologie der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg und INMEDIAK e.V. 

       Die Bilddatenbank erschließt die Originalsammlung des Archäologischen Museums der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, bestehend aus Keramik und Kleinkunst der antiken Kulturen Griechenlands, Roms und Ägyptens. 

      Nur ein kleiner Teil davon war bisher publiziert, die vorhandenen Inventare sind in vielen Punkten überholt. Die notwendige Neuaufnahme der Bestände in Form einer Bilddatenbank eröffnete die Möglichkeit, diesen Katalog auch über das Internet zugänglich zu machen. 

      Mit der Freischaltung der Datenbank am 27.06.2001 waren 89 Datensätze verfügbar. Diese umfaßten zunächst einen Großteil der bereits publizierten Stücke aber auch weitere, die hier erstmals vorgestellt wurden. Am 10.03.2003 kamen weitere 98 Datensätze dazu. Eine Aktualisierung am 19.03.2004 brachte nur einen neuen Datensatz, aber eine Reihe kleinerer Korrekturen und Ergänzungen. Im Zuge der fortschreitenden Erfassung und wissenschaftlichen Bearbeitung werden einige hundert Datensätze abrufbar sein. 

      Der Katalog ist so strukturiert, daß Recherchen nach verschiedenen Kriterien möglich sind. Damit kann sich jeder Interessent entweder eine Übersicht über die Bestände des Museums verschaffen oder gezielt für bestimmte Forschungsvorhaben recherchieren. Die Textinformationen werden ergänzt durch Farbaufnahmen, in einigen Fällen durch Zeichnungen. Druckqualität ist dabei nicht beabsichtigt, bei Bedarf für Publikationen können Fotografien bestellt werden. Alle vorkommenden Fundorte sind in einer beigefügten Karte verzeichnet, eine kurze Vorstellung der für die Sammlungsgeschichte wichtigen Personen würdigt deren Verdienst und erleichtert die Einschätzung der Herkunftsangaben. In einer Liste sind die vorangegangen Inventarverzeichnisse und Materialpublikationen kurz beschrieben. Die in den Datensätzen verwendeten Literaturkürzel werden in einer gesonderten Datenbank aufgelöst. 

      Die Datenbank ist im Sinne einer wissenschaftlichen Publikation zu zitieren. Dabei ist die Internetadresse und das Recherchedatum anzugeben. Der Datensatz ist über die Inventarnummer eindeutig gekennzeichnet. Ein Vorteil der Publikation in Form einer Datenbank liegt in der Möglichkeit der Präzisierung innerhalb der vorhandenen Datensätze. Solche Veränderungen werden in den Datensätzen dokumentiert, um trotz der Flexibilität des Mediums Zitate nicht zu verfälschen.
      Einführung


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      The British Institute for the Study of Iraq Lectures Online

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      The British Institute for the Study of Iraq Lectures Online
      Wed, 22 Feb 2017
      The British Academy
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      Wed, 16 Nov 2016
      The British Academy
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      The archaeologist Professor Wathiq Ismail al-Salihi explores the site of Hatra: an Arab Kingdom in Roman Times
      Wed, 15 Jun 2016
      The British Academy
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      Ethnomusicologist Rolf Killius examines the traditional music of Iraq from the Rifi singers to the masters of the oud
      Wed, 24 Feb 2016
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      The Ur Project - digitising Sir Leonard Woolley's excavations (1922-1934) at the ancient city of Ur
      Wed, 16 Dec 2015
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      Dr Géraldine Chatelard on the Marshlands and the archaeological sites of Eridu, Ur and Uruk
      Wed, 18 Nov 2015
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      Professor Helen Berry explores the paradoxes and contradictions of Gertrude Bell’s life from the perspective of women’s history
      Thu, 11 Jun 2015
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      Professor Emilie Savage-Smith looks at the surgeons and physicians of medieval Iraq
      Thu, 26 Feb 2015
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      Ikon Director Jonathan Watkins gave an illustrated talk for BISI about his experiences as curator of the Iraqi Pavilion for the 2013
      Aerial view of excavation and archaeologists
      Thu, 20 Nov 2014
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      Dr Jane Moon talks about the excavations at the old Babylonian settlement at Tell Khaiber


      Thu, 19 Jun 2014
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      Dr Nelida Fuccaro discusses oil lives and cultures in Iraq before the 1958 Revolution
      Thu, 27 Feb 2014
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      Dr Mariam Rosser-Owen & Dr Rosalind Wade Haddon on the small finds from the Herzfeld excavations at Samarra
      Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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      A lecture by the Directors of the Iraq and Basrah Museums
      Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq – A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell & Iraqi Heritage
      Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq - A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell & Archaeology
      Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq - A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell - A Woman in a Man's World
      Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq - A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell & the Making of Iraq
      Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq - A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell & the Making of Iraq
      Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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      Gertrude Bell and Iraq - A Life and Legacy Conference - Gertrude Bell & the Ottoman Empire

      Wed, 11 Sep 2013
      The Royal Society...
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      A panel discussion on British-Iraqi relations as part of the Gertrude Bell Conference
      Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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      The film-maker and travel-writer Mike Laird on the mudhifs of southern Iraq
      Thu, 30 May 2013
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      Ivories from Nimrud (1949-1963) VII
      Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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      The archaeologist Dr Joan Oates on excavating in Northern Iraq with the Mallowans
      Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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      Dr Ali A. Allawi on the evolution of Iraq's identity as a modern state and the role of archaeology in this process
      Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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      David Michelmore on research, conservation and interpretation of Erbil Citadel
      Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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      Robert Irwin on the literary and scientific life of Mediaeval Basra

      Open Access Journal: Newsletter Archeologia CISA

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      [First posted in AWOL 23 July 2015, updated 24 April 2017]

      Newsletter Archeologia CISA
      ISSN: 2036-6353
      Newsletter Archeologia CISA 2015 edition









      La Newsletter Archeologiaè una rivista online ideata con lo scopo di presentare anno per anno le attività più significative della tradizione di studi archeologici della nostra Università, dall’ Africa (Libia, Egitto, Etiopia), all’Arabia (Yemen e Arabia Saudita), dal Mediterraneo (Grecia, Italia – Campania, Molise, Puglia) alla Cina (Henan, Xinijang) passando per l’Asia Media e Centrale (Iran, Uzbekistan). Di frequente gli articoli assumono un carattere interdisciplinare ed includono ricerche in archeologia (survey e scavi), paleoetnobotanica, palinologia, archeozoologia, geologia, geomorfologia, geoarcheologia, etnoarcheologia e etnostoria così come analisi cartografiche, GIS e telerilevamento. Lo scopo è quello di fornire una breve sintesi sui problemi affrontati ed i risultati finora raggiunti.
      Il Centro Interdipartimentale di Servizi per l’Archeologia (CISA) fu fondato nel 1992 presso l’Università degli Studi di Napoli "L’Orientale" (precedentemente Istituto Universitario Orientale, di Napoli) per fornire agli archeologi dell’Università diverse facilitazioni e strumenti di ricerca, come una cartografia archeologica computerizzata multimediale, database e sistemi di classificazione e registrazione dei ritrovamenti archeologici. La ricerca archeologica presso l’UNO è condotta da specialisti del Dipartimento di Studi Classici, di Studi Asiatici e di Studi e Ricerche su Africa e Paesi Arabi che lavorano in collaborazione con altri centri accademici e scientifici italiani, europei, orientali ed africani.

      RINAP: The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period

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      [First posted in AWOL 16 July 2011. Most recently updated  24 April 2017] 

      The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period
      Esarhaddon Text 98

      Numerous royally commissioned texts were composed between 744 BC and 609 BC, a period during which Assyria became the dominant power in southwestern Asia. Eight hundred and fifty to nine hundred such inscriptions are known today. The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period (RINAP) Project, under the direction of Professor Grant Frame of the University of Pennsylvania, will publish in print and online all of the known royal inscriptions that were composed during the reigns of the Assyrian kings Tiglath-pileser III (744-727 BC), Shalmaneser V (726-722 BC), Sargon II (721-705 BC), Sennacherib (704-681 BC), Esarhaddon (680-669 BC), Ashurbanipal (668-ca. 631 BC), Aššur-etel-ilāni (ca. 631-627/626 BC), Sîn-šumu-līšir (627/626 BC), Sîn-šarra-iškun (627/626-612 BC), and Aššur-uballiṭ II (611-609 BC), rulers whose deeds were also recorded in the Bible and in some classical sources. The individual texts range from short one-line labels to lengthy, detailed inscriptions with over 1200 lines (4000 words) of text.
      These Neo-Assyrian royal inscriptions (744-609 BC) represent only a small, but important part of the vast Neo-Assyrian text corpus. They are written in the Standard Babylonian dialect of Akkadian and provide valuable insight into royal exploits, both on the battlefield and at home, royal ideology, and Assyrian religion. Most of our understanding of the political history of Assyria, and to some extent of Babylonia, comes from these sources. Because this large corpus of texts has not previously been published in one place, the RINAP Project will provide up-to-date editions (with English translations) of Assyrian royal inscriptions from the reign of Tiglath-pileser III (744-727 BC) to the reign of Aššur-uballiṭ II (611-609 BC) in seven print volumes and online, in a fully lemmatized and indexed format. The aim of the project is to make this vast text corpus easily accessible to scholars, students, and the general public. RINAP Online will allow those interested in Assyrian culture, history, language, religion, and texts to efficiently search Akkadian and Sumerian words appearing in the inscriptions and English words used in the translations. Project data will be fully integrated into the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI) and the Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus (Oracc).
      The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the RINAP Project research grants in 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2015 to help carry out its work. The publications of the RINAP Project are modeled on those of the now-defunct Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia (RIM) Project and carry on where its Assyrian Periods sub-series (RIMA) ended.

        Perseus under PhiloLogic

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        [First posted in AWOL 28 July 2009. Updated 24 April 2017]

        Perseus under PhiloLogic 
        The Perseus Project at Tufts University is the foremost Digital Library for the classical world, if not for the Humanities in general. In its collection of Greek and Roman materials, readers will find many of the canonical texts read today. The Greek collection approaches 8 million words and the Latin collection currently has 5.5 million. In addition, many English language dictionaries, other reference works, translations, and commentaries are included, so that anyone with an internet connection has access to the equivalent of a respectable College Classics library. The Perseus site is further enriched by intricate linking mechanisms among texts (resulting in more than 30 million links).  

        You will here find the same texts, but the mechanism for browsing and searching the text is a different one. It is PhiloLogic, a system that was especially developed for large textual databases by the ARTFL project at the University of Chicago.

        You can help us improve this site: If you encounter a problem, please use the Report a Problem link that you will find on the Results pages. In addition, we hope you will select the correct parses when you use the parse window. You will see your selection turn yellow; it will also be stored in the database. The User Manual gives a general introduction to searching under Philologic. This particular collection has its own special features, however. For a few quick hints to get you started, check out the Info and Help section on the full search forms. More discussion and background, with links to paper abstracts, presentations, etcetera, can be found on the About this resource page.

        Les papyrus de la mer Rouge I. Le journal de Merer: Papyrus Jarf A et B: English and Arabic Translation

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        Pierre Tallet
        Les papyrus de la mer Rouge I. Le journal de Merer: Papyrus Jarf A et B
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        IF1150, ISBN 9782724707069
        2017
        Collection: MIFAO 136
        1 vol., 192 p., 37 € (529 EGP)


        • Lire le sommair
        Le site du Ouadi el-Jarf, fouillé depuis 2011, est un port sur la mer Rouge qui a été utilisé au début de la IVe dynastie pour se rendre par voie maritime aux mines de turquoises et de cuivre du sud-ouest de la péninsule du Sinaï. Lors de la campagne de 2013, un important lot de papyrus daté de la fin du règne de Chéops a été mis au jour à l’entrée de l’une des galeries-magasins qui sont l’un des traits caractéristiques du site. Ces documents sont à ce jour les plus anciens papyrus hiératiques jamais découverts. Ils constituent les archives d’une équipe de marins et se subdivisent en deux grandes catégories : des comptabilités enregistrant des livraisons de différents produits, et des journaux de bord qui couvrent plusieurs mois d’activité de cette équipe. Ces derniers décrivent des missions effectuées sous la direction de l’inspecteur Merer, et concernent pour l’essentiel le transport par voie fluviale de blocs de calcaire des carrières de Toura vers le chantier de la grande pyramide de Chéops, alors en construction sur l’autre rive du Nil. Cet ouvrage est la publication des deux journaux de bord les mieux préservés de ce lot.

        The Wadi el-Jarf site, excavated since 2011, is an harbour on the Red Sea shore that was used at the beginning of the IVth dynasty to reach the copper and turquoise mines of the south-western part of Sinai Peninsula. During the 2013 archaeological campaign, hundreds of fragments of papyrus from the end of Khufu’s reign were collected at the entrance of one of the storage galleries that are one of the most remarkable features of the site. This is at the moment the oldest papyrus archive ever found in Egypt. It is related to a team of sailors and mainly includes two categories of documents: accounts of commodities delivered to the workers, and logbooks registering their daily activities over several months. Those last documents record missions led under the direction of the inspector Merer that are related to the transport of limestone blocks from the quarries of Tura to the Great Pyramid of Khufu at Giza, then under construction on the opposite bank of the Nile. This book is the publication of the two best preserved logs of this archive. 

        Vous pouvez consulter les annexes en anglais et en arabe

        The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain

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        The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain
        by Vivien Swan
        Vivien Swan book cover
        Published in 1984 and long out-of-print, The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain (HMSO, London) by Vivien Swan is a remarkable achievement, marking out Britain as the single province for which such a detailed record of kilns and pottery production exists. Even more remarkable is that this resource is the work not of a team of researchers, but a single individual. Those who knew Vivien personally will not be surprised at this achievement, for her methodical and enthusiastic approach to the study of Roman pottery has been a model to many young scholars and resulted in a series of ground breaking articles, most recently using pottery to identify the ethnicity of the potters, particularly in the military context.
        Vivien always wished that the gazetteer of The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain could be made more widely available. Originally printed on microfiche, a limited run of hard copies was produced by Oxbow books but, like the book itself, was out-of- print. In recent years the importance of updating this gazetteer had also become clear, but her untimely death meant that Vivien could not undertake this task.
        To honour the achievements of Vivien, the Study Group for Roman Pottery has initiated this project to digitise Vivien’s gazetteer with the aim of enhancing this data. It represents a large project for the Study Group and is being undertaken in stages. Stage one, the scanning and digitisation of the microfiche gazetteer and its mapping, is now completed. This involved the laborious task of copy-editing the digitised output against the original microfiche with some changes to accommodate the digital format.

        TITUS: Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien

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        CLASSICAL ART RESEARCH CENTRE and THE BEAZLEY ARCHIVE

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        [First posted in AWOL 4 April 2013, updated 26 April 2017]

        CLASSICAL ART RESEARCH CENTRE and THE BEAZLEY ARCHIVE
        http://www.cvaonline.org/images/homepage/central/4.jpg
        The Classical Art Research Centre leads and supports research on ancient art. At its heart is the Beazley Archive, which includes the world's largest collection of images of ancient figure-decorated pottery.

        The Beazley Archive's online databases and our other web resources are freely available through this site.

        Databases

        Beazley notebooks

        Nostell Priory Greek Vases Archive

        The Lost Nicholson Sculptures

        Library resources

        Introduction to Greek pottery

        Sir John Beazley and Greek pottery

        Sir John Boardman and engraved gems

        Dictionary

        An illustrated dictionary functions throughout the site; any term the novice user might not know is linked to the dictionary.

        Bibliographies

        The bibliographies were originally created for undergraduates in the University of Oxford. They are regularly updated.

        Podcasts / videos

        Newly online Open Access Journal: Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Altphilologenverbandes

        Open Access Journal: Forum Classicum: Zeitschrift für die Fächer Latein und Griechisch an Schulen und Universitäten

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        Qahéri, Sépideh. “Premier témoignage sur la pratique des coutumes funéraires égyptiennes à Suse d’époque   achéménide.” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2016, no. 001 (2016): 1–25.  
        http://www.achemenet.com/pdf/arta/ARTA_2016.001-Qaheri.pdf
        Stolper, Matthew W. “From the Persepolis Fortification Archive Project, 6 The Dossier of Šarbaladda, Treasury Secretary at Persepolis.” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2017, no. 001 (2017): 1–33. 
        https://www.academia.edu/32662073/M._STOLPER_From_the_Persepolis_Fortification_Archive_Project_6_The_Dossier_of_%C5%A0arbaladda_Treasury_Secretary_at_Persepolis
        Qaheri, Sépideh, and Kevin Trehuedic. “Premier alabastron d’époque perse à inscription araméenne (MNI 218/9).” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2017, no. 002 (2017): 1–11.
        https://www.academia.edu/32662100/S._QAHERI_K._TREHUEDIC_Premier_alabastron_d_%C3%A9poque_perse_%C3%A0_inscription_aram%C3%A9enne_MNI_218_9_  
         
        See ARTA's New page at Academia.edu 
         
        And see AWOL'sauthor index of all articles published in ARTA 

        Open Access Journal: AIGIS: elektronisk tidsskrift for klassiske studier i Norden

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        [First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Most recently updated 27 April 2017 (new URLS)]

        AIGIS: elektronisk tidsskrift for klassiske studier i Norden
        ISSN 1901-6859
        AIGIS udkommer to gange årligt, 1. maj og 1. november og er gratis. Tidsskriftet udkommer ikke på papir, kun i elektronisk form

        Læsning af formaterne
        Artiklerne findes i indholdsfor-tegnelsen for de enkelte bind, hvorefter de downloades eller læses direkte. Hvis man har fast opkobling kan det være lettere at læse filerne med et Acrobat Reader plug-in. Hvis man derimod er koblet op med et modem og gerne vil spare på telefonregningen, er det mere hensigtsmæssigt at downloade (save as) og så lukke telefonen. 

        Programmet
        Artikler osv i AIGIS ligger i pdf (portable document format) som tillader græske bogstaver, billeder og fast lay-out med, så man kan henvise til sidenummer i artiklerne. Det er nødvendigt at man har det gratis program Acrobat Reader 6 eller nyere (8) der kan læse artiklerne, printe dem ud, søge i dem eller, hvis man vil, uddrage enkelte passager til brug i egne filer. Hent programmet på Adobe's hjemmeside. 

        Abonnement
        Hvis man vil være sikker på at få fremtidige færdige numre af AIGIS 'leveret' så snart det udkommer, kan man melde sig til AIGIS-postlisten via KU's Listserver. Men man kan naturligvis også komme til AIGIS uden at være fast abonnent. 

        Bidrag, ris og ros
        Man kan også sende e-post til redaktionen - selvfølgelig helst med ros og bidrag til kommende numre. Bidrag kan sendes per attachment i alle gængse tekstbehandlings-systemer, allerbedst i rtf (Rich Text Format). Græsk må gerne være skrevet i GreekKeys (Kadmos, Athe-nian, el. lign.), så slipper vi for at skrive det om. Allerbedst er Unicode. Disse systemer er brugbare både på Mac og PC. Undgå venligst Wingreek, Son of Wingreek og WordPerfect græsk som kun fungerer på PC. Billeder leveres indscannet i jpeg.

        AIGIS 16,2 november 2016


        Indholdsfortegnelse


        Artikler:

        David Bloch, Oversættelse af klassiske tekster.— Med en diskussion af Platons samlede værker i ny oversættelse I-VI, udg. af Jørgen Mejer & Chr. Gorm Tortzen (København 2009-2015).
        Jens A. Krasilnikoff, Geder, guder og gentlemen. Nogle refleksioner over 4. århundredes attiske dyrehold.
        Thomas Heine Nielsen, Athloi i Drakons drabslov – en sportshistorisk note.
        Erik Skyum-Nielsen, Forbandelsens fest. Dialogen med Ovid i Anders Abildgaards Ibis.

        Oversættelser:

        Senecas Moralske Breve, bog 9. Oversat af Kell Commerau Madsen & Hans Gregersen.
        Senecas Moralske Breve, bog 10. Oversat af Kell Commerau Madsen & Hans Gregersen
        Sofokles, Filoktet. Oversat af Eva Sprogøe med et efterskrift af Chr. Gorm Tortzen.
        Sueton: Om grammatikerne og retorerne. Oversat af Peter Bruun Hansen.

        Nekrologer

        Thomas Heine Nielsen, Carsten Weber-Nielsen 2.9.1949 – 29.5.2016.

        Tilbage til forsiden.

        OVERSIGT OVER TIDLIGERE NUMRE

        AIGIS1.1 april 2001 AIGIS 1.2 oktober 2001
        AIGIS 2.1 april 2002
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        AIGIS 4.1 april 2004
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        AIGIS 5.1april 2005
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        AIGIS 6.1 april 2006
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        AIGIS 7.1 april 2007
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        AIGIS 11,1 maj 2011
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        AIGIS 14,1 maj 2014
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        AIGIS 15,1 maj 2015
        AIGIS 15,2 november 2015
        AIGIS 16,1 maj 2016
        Platonselskabet Oslo 2005
        Platonselskabet Reykjavik 2009
        Platonselskabet Lund 2011
        Platonselskabet København 2013
        AIGIS suppl. I: Festskrift for Chr. Gorm Tortzen. 2011
        AIGIS suppl. II: Festskrift til Adam Bülow-Jacobsen. 2013
        AIGIS suppl. III: Festskrift til Christian Marinus Taisbak - 80 år. 2014
        AIGIS suppl. IV: Festskrift til Fritz S. Pedersen - 70 år. 2015
        AIGIS suppl V: Festskrift til Bent 2016
        TILBAGE TIL FORSIDEN

        New Open Access Book: Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual

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        Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual
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        The Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual is the first major field manual published from an American excavation in Greece and among a very small number of manuals published from the Eastern Mediterranean in the last generation. The appearance of this book is timely, however, as there is a growing interest in field methods and the history of excavation practices throughout the discipline of archaeology. Moreover, Corinth Excavations has long held a special place in American archaeology in Greece as the primary training excavation for graduate students associated with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. As a result, the field manual has had a particular influence among American excavators and projects in Greece, among Mediterranean archaeologists, and in archaeology classrooms.
        Published as a technical field manual, an archival document, and a key statement of practice from a major excavation, the Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual presents a guide for daily procedures at the Corinth Excavations, a complete record of documentation forms used in the field, and a practical glimpse into the functioning of a complex, major, project. The manual is a landmark text appropriate for the university student, the scholar of methodology, and the working field archaeologist.
        All of the authors have worked on the excavations at Corinth in various capacities. This manual was developed under the directorship of Dr. Guy Sanders by former field directors Alicia Carter Johnson and Dr. Sarah James. Additional contributions come from past and present Corinth staff including assistant director Dr. Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst, architect James Herbst, conservator Nicol Anastasatou, and archaeologist Katerina Ragkou. The authors would also like to recognize the contributions of the many students from the American School of Classical Studies at Athens who offered valuable feedback on earlier versions of this manual over the past 10 years.
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        Patrimoine du Proche-Orient

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        Patrimoine du Proche-Orient

        Diffuser la connaissance sur les sites menacés et attaqués du Proche-Orient pour permettre la poursuite des recherches et donner à voir ce que furent ces civilisations et ces sites universel. 

        Il y a 2 500 ans

        ITIA data base of ancient Greek hydraulic works

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        [First posted in AWOL 26 July 2013, updated 27 April 2017]

        ITIA
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        Itia is a research team working on the fields of hydrology, hydrosystems management, hydroinformatics and hydroclimatic stochastics. It consists of 18 members; the team leader is Demetris Koutsoyiannis. The name "Itia" is not an acronym; it is Greek for willow tree. Itia is an open team and has collaborated with colleagues worldwide.
        Resources available at Itia include: A data base of ancient hydraulic works 
        128 works
        Hydrosystem Work Use Construction era Extras

        Aegina Aegina cistern Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Aitolia Alysia dam Flood Prevention Classical Record has photosRecord has external links

        Oiniades drainage Land Drainage Hellenistic Record has external links

        Stratos drainage Land Drainage Hellenistic

        Amorgos Amorgos Lavatory Urban Sewage Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Amphipolis Amphipolis aqueduct Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Amphipolis sewage Urban Drainage Classical Record has external links

        Athens Athens agora Urban Drainage Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Athens Archaic cisterns Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external links

        Athens Ceramikos Urban Drainage Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Athens Clepsydra Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Athens Enneakrounos Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external links

        Athens fountain Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Athens Lavatory Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has external links

        Athens Peisistratean aqueduct Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external links

        Athens Roman cisterns Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external links

        Hadrianean aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external links

        Heridanos stream control Flood Prevention Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Beotia Boedria Dam Flood Prevention Mycanean Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Kopais drainage Land Drainage Mycanean Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Thisbe I Dam Flood Prevention Mycanean

        Thisbe II Dam Flood Prevention Mycanean

        Cassope Cassope lavatory Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has map entry

        Cassope sewers Urban Drainage Classical Record has external links

        Corinth Corinth aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Glayki fountain Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external links

        Perene fountain Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Crete Island Aptera cistern Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Archanes cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Chamaizi cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Dreros cistern Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Hersonisos cistern Urban Water Supply Roman Record has map entry

        Lappa aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has map entry

        Lato cistern Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Liktos aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Palecastro well Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has map entry

        Pyrgos cisterns Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Cyprus Island Kato Paphos Bathtub Sanitary Facilities Archaic Record has map entry

        Kourion cistern Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Nympaeum of Amathus Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Salamis aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Delos Delos cisterns Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has photosRecord has map entry

        Delos lavatory Urban Drainage Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Delos sewer Urban Sewage Hellenistic Record has photos

        Delos wells Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has photos

        Inopos cistern Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has photosRecord has external linksRecord has map entry

        Minoa fountain Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has photosRecord has external linksRecord has attachments

        Theatre cistern Land Drainage Hellenistic Record has photosRecord has attachmentsRecord has map entry

        Delphi Kastalia fountain Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Dion Dion bathtubs Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has map entry

        Dion sewer Urban Drainage Classical Record has external links

        Epirus Orraon cistern Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external links

        Euboea Eretria sewer Urban Drainage Classical Record has map entry

        Phechae drainage Land Drainage Hellenistic

        Hagia Triada Hagia Triadha sewage Urban Drainage Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Hagia Triadha tank Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Ithaca Ithaca fountain Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has map entry

        Knossos Knossos aqueduct Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Knossos cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Knossos lavatory Sanitary Facilities Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links
        Knossos sewage Urban Drainage Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links
        Knossos WDS Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links
        Knossos wells Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Kos Kos lavatory Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has map entry
        Vourina fountain Urban Water Supply Mycanean

        Lesvos Methymna aqueduct Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has map entry
        Moria aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has photosRecord has external linksRecord has attachmentsRecord has map entry

        Malia Malia aqueduct Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Malia cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Malia lavatory Sanitary Facilities Minoan-Cycladic

        Megara Megara aqueduct Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Theagenes fountain Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external links

        Naxos Island Naxos aqueduct Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Naxos fountain Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external links
        Naxos Tunnel Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has external links

        Olympia Kladeos bathtubs Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has external links
        Kronion bathtubs Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Nymphaio aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Olympia drainage Land Drainage Mycanean
        Olympia stream control Flood Prevention Classical Record has external links

        Olynthus Olynthus aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry
        Olynthus lavatory Sanitary Facilities Classical

        Peloponnese Epidaurus lavatory Urban Drainage Hellenistic Record has map entry

        Mantinea dam Flood Prevention Mycanean Record has map entry

        Messene sewer Urban Drainage Hellenistic Record has map entry

        Orchomenos dam Flood Prevention Mycanean Record has map entry

        Palaiopoli aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has map entry

        Patras aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Pheneos dam Flood Prevention Mycanean

        Pylos bathtub Sanitary Facilities Mycanean Record has external links

        Stympalos dam Flood Prevention Mycanean

        Taka dam Flood Prevention Mycanean

        Pergamon Demophon - Attalos aqueduct Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external links

        Madradag aqueduct Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external links

        Pergamon aqueduct Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Pergamon cistern Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external links

        Phaistos Phaistos cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Phaistos lavatory Sanitary Facilities Minoan-Cycladic

        Phaistos sewage Urban Drainage Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Phaistos tank Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic

        Pleurona Pleurona cistern Urban Water Supply Hellenistic

        Pleurona Great cistern Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has map entry

        Rhode Ialyssos fountain Urban Water Supply Classical Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Samos Eypalinean aqueduct Urban Water Supply Archaic Record has photosRecord has external linksRecord has map entry

        Thera Thera buthtubs Sanitary Facilities Classical Record has external links

        Thera cisterns Urban Water Supply Hellenistic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Thera lavatory Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has external links

        Thera sewer Urban Sewage Minoan-Cycladic

        Thessalia Demetriada aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Thessaloniki Retziki well Urban Water Supply Hellenistic

        Thrace Plotinopoli well Urban Water Supply Roman

        Strymi aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman

        Tinos Island Tinos fountain Urban Water Supply Classical

        Tiryns Tiryns dam Flood Prevention Mycanean Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Tiryns drainage Urban Sewage Mycanean

        Tiryns fountain Urban Water Supply Mycanean

        Tylissos Tylissos aqueduct Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Tylissos cisterns Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Tylissos lavatory Sanitary Facilities Minoan-Cycladic Record has map entry

        Tylissos tank Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic

        Zakros Zakros cistern Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external linksRecord has map entry

        Zakros fountain Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Zakros sewage Urban Sewage Minoan-Cycladic Record has external links

        Zakros well Urban Water Supply Minoan-Cycladic

        Ephesus Aqueduct Urban Water Supply Hellenistic

        Mycenae Urban Water Supply Mycanean Record has external links

        Nikopolis aqueduct Urban Water Supply Roman Record has external links

        Philippoi lavatory Sanitary Facilities Hellenistic Record has external links

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        Enkomi Digitisation Project

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        [First posted in AWOL 28 June 2011. Updated 27 April 2017]

        Enkomi Digitisation Project: The Digitisation of the Artefacts of the Enkomi tombs
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        The Digitisation of the Artefacts of the Enkomi tombs (British Excavations) in the Cyprus Museum
        Dr. Despo Pilides, Curator of Αntiquities, Department of Antiquities, Cyprus

        The Project
        The idea for the proposal of this assignment was triggered by the corresponding project undertaken by the Greek and Roman Department of the British Museum, which consisted partly of the digitization of the material excavated by the British at Enkomi as part of the Turner Bequest excavations from 1894 to 1896. The Cyprus Museum objects from these excavations and the digitization of this material will provide a link and ultimately unite the two databases, thus reconstituting, to the extent possible, the contents of the tombs.
        The proposal was submitted and approved by the Promotion Foundation for Research in 2008. Its duration of 24 months (from January 2009 to December 2010) involved archival research concerning the excavations of one hundred tombs of the Late Bronze Age, of considerable wealth, excavated in 1896 and published in 1900. Two thirds of the objects were transferred to the British Museum as per the terms of the Antiquities Law at the time which allowed the excavator, the owner of the land and the Government a share of one third each of the total number of objects found.  The excavators usually bought the land and were, therefore, granted two thirds of the finds. The Cyprus Museum share was kept in the old premises at Victoria Street. It was then transferred to the new Cyprus Museum, around 1909 and was given new accessory numbers.

        The programme is a collaborative effort between the Department of Antiquities, the Open University of Cyprus and the British Museum. Its implementation will ensure the preservation of the collection, it will provide accessibility to objects belonging to the so-called “old collection” in the Cyprus Museum store rooms and consequently facilitate research. Furthermore, it will promote the use and application of statistical and analytical techniques for archaeological data and will give the opportunity to educational institutions to use it as a teaching aid.


        Having in mind that Enkomi is located in the occupied part of Cyprus and that the material of the excavations from the site, initiated at the end of the 19th century, is dispersed in different museums of the world, the digitisation of its material is of primary importance. The project may act as a precedent in bringing together dispersed material from the same sites, located in different museums and obstructing a holistic view of those sites. It constitutes the first organised attempt to create a database of antiquities kept in the Cyprus Museum, and the first attempt to transmit data and information through the internet, and via a collaboration between major institutions.