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The Greek Number Converter

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TheGreek Number Converter
This script converts modern Arabic numerals to the alphabetic (also referred to as the Ionian or Milesian) Greek number system.  Briefly, this was a decimal system that used letters to represent digits as shown above.  As it did not include zero, different letters were used to represent the ones, tens, and hundreds.  Our 27 would thus be written κζʹ.  The pattern repeated itself for thousands, with a different diacritical mark to indicate the change in magnitude.  However, for numbers greater than 9,999, the magnitude of the digits becomes ambiguous; so the letter M (for Μυριάς, a remnant of the older acrophonic system) was included to indicate multiplication by ten thousand, with the higher digits written above or beside it.

Open Access Journal: Müze Çalışmaları ve Kurtarma Kazıları Sempozyumu Yayınları

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[First posted in AWOL 18 March 2012, updated 5  June 2017]

Müze Çalışmaları ve Kurtarma Kazıları Sempozyumu Yayınları
ISSN: 1300-5626

    Schriften von Elżbieta Jastrzębowska Online

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    Schriften von Elżbieta Jastrzębowska
    Propylaeum-DOK – Digital Repository Classical Studies
    3Les origines de la scène du combat entre le coq et la tortue dans les mosaïques chrétiennes d’AquiléeJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1975
    5Les scènes de banquet dans les peintures et sculptures chrétiennes des IIIe et IVe sièclesJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1979
    6Zastyganie antyku i spirytualizm chrześcijański : Wystawa w Metropolitan Museum of Art w Nowym Jorku listopad 1977 — luty 1978Jastrzębowska, Elżbieta1981
    7La basilique des Apôtres à Rome, fondation de Constantin ou de Maxence?Jastrzębowska, Elżbieta1982
    8Clitumnustempel bei SpoletoJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1983
    9Archetyp ewangelii Pseudo-Mateusza. Jego powstanie na przełomie IV i V stulecia w świetle ikonografii starochrześcijańskiejJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1987
    14Deux sarcophages d'enfants aux catacombes de Novatien à RomeJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1991
    15A proposito di due frammenti di una pittura delle catacombe dei SS. Marcellino e Pietro a RomaJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1992
    16Olimp schrystianizowany: Ikonografia dwóch obrazów w Zamku Królewskim w WarszawieJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1992
    17Das antike Erbe in der Ikonographie der Kindheitsevangelien ChristiJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1993
    19Les fondations constantiniennes à Rome: textes et monumentsJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1993
    21Neutestamentliche Darstellungen auf PilgerandenkenJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1995
    21Encore sur la quadrature du nimbeJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1994
    22Boten, Magier und PilgerJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1994
    23Ein christlicher Sarkophag aus Rom in der EremitageJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1997
    24Zur Innovationsfähigkeit in der spätantiken KunstJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1997
    25Najstarsze zachowane dewocjonalia pielgrzymie z JerozolimyJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1997
    27Daniel i Tekla miedzy lwami: antyczne korzenie scenyJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1998
    28Topografia wybranych miast małoazjatyckich między II i X wiekiemJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1998
    29Une amulette de Chersonèse Taurique avec Salomon terrassant la démone femelle: inscription énigmatiqueJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1998
    31Ephesos und Chersonesos in Spätantike und frühbyzantinischer Zeit, eine vergleichende topographische StudieJastrzębowska, Elżbieta1999
    34Daniel sur un fragment de mensa du Vieux DongolaJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2001
    35Embolos. Reprezentacyjna ulica Efezu we wczesnym i późnym CesarstwieJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2001
    38S. Sebastiano, la più antica basilica cristiana di RomaJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2002
    39Lokalizacja i datowanie katedry w EfezieJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2002
    40Il culto di S. Clemente a Chersoneso alla luce della ricerca archeologicaJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2003
    44Die Datierung der Kreuzkirche an der Südnekropole von Chersonesos/KrimJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2004
    46Ein spätantikes Kapitell im Park "Arkadia" bei NieborówJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2004
    49Miejsca święte Piotra i Pawła w Rzymie w III i IV w.Jastrzębowska, Elżbieta2005
    56Niobe da Roma a NieborówJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2007
    62Late Antiquity by Gordon Childe: Sources and InspirationsJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2009
    63The cross motif on stone objects from Ptolemais in CyrenaicaJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2007
    66Christliche Archäologie in PolenJastrzębowska, Elżbieta2010

    Schriften von Jochem Kahl Online

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    Schriften von Jochem Kahl
    Propylaeum-DOK – Digital Repository Classical Studies
    1Von h bis k. Indizien für eine "alphabetische" Reihenfolge einkonsonantiger Lautwerte in spätzeitlichen PapyriKahl, Jochem1991
    2, 32, 44The Asyut project: fieldwork season 2004El-Khadragy, Mahmoud ; Kahl, Jochem ; Verhoeven, Ursula2005
    3Die Defektivschreibungen in den PyramidentextenKahl, Jochem1992
    3, 45, 33"Dornröschen" Assiut: Erste Ergebnisse einer Deutsch-Ägyptischen GrabungskooperationKahl, Jochem ; El-Khadragy, Mahmoud ; Verhoeven, Ursula2005
    4Textkritische Bemerkungen zu den Diagonalsternuhren des Mittleren ReichesKahl, Jochem1993
    4, 46, 34The Asyut project: third season of fieldwork (2005)El-Khadragy, Mahmoud ; Kahl, Jochem ; Verhoeven, Ursula2006
    5SIS 380 - 418: Eine TextidentifizierungKahl, Jochem1994
    5, 48Ein Zeugnis altägyptischer SchulausflügeKahl, Jochem2006
    6Das Alter der SonnenheiligtümerKahl, Jochem1994
    7Zu den Särgen des Mittleren Reiches in Ägypten. Eine kritische BetrachtungKahl, Jochem1994
    8Zur Problematik der sogenannten Steuervermerke im Ägypten der 0.-1. DynastieKahl, Jochem1995
    8, 51, 39The Asyut project: fourth season of fieldwork (2006)El-Khadragy, Mahmoud ; Kahl, Jochem ; Verhoeven, Ursula2007
    9Der Gebrauch morphologischer und phonologischer Stilmittel im Großen Aton-HymnusKahl, Jochem1995
    11Das überlieferungsgeschichtliche Verhältnis von Unas und Sesostrisanch am Beispiel von PT 302312Kahl, Jochem1995
    12Die Farbgebung in der frühen HieroglyphenschriftKahl, Jochem1997
    12, 53Die Determinative der Hereret in Assiut, oder: Von der Notwendigkeit epigraphischen Arbeitens am OriginalKahl, Jochem2008
    13Della scrittura geroglifica arcaicaKahl, Jochem1997
    13, 55, 43The Asyut project: fifth season of fieldwork (2007)Kahl, Jochem ; El-Khadragy, Mahmoud ; Verhoeven, Ursula2008
    14Zur Datierung der frühen Grabplatten mit OpfertischszeneKahl, Jochem1997
    15Es ist vom Anfang bis zum Ende so gekommen, wie es in der Schrift gefunden worden war. Zur Überlieferung der Erzählung des SinuheKahl, Jochem1998
    16Goldwasser, Orly — From Icon to Metaphor: Studies in the Semiotics of the Hieroglyphs. (Orbis biblicus et (mentalis, 142). University Press, Fribourg, 1995 (24 cm, X, 186, UL). ISBN 3-7278-1015-7 (Univ. Press). ISBN 3-525-53777-8Kahl, Jochem1996
    19Ma’atKahl, Jochem1999
    20nb ("jeder") als Quantitäts-Substantiv in der frühen ägyptischen SpracheKahl, Jochem2000
    21Ein bislang unbeachtetes Beispiel für die Unschädlichmachung von Schriftzeichen aus dem sogenannten Menesgrab in Naqada Kahl, Jochem2000
    23Vittmann, Günter: Altägyptische Wegmetaphorik, Beiträge zur Ägyptologie 15, Wien 1999. Veröffentlichungen der Institute für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien, 83Kahl, Jochem2000
    25Perspektiven der Erforschung der frühen ägyptischen Schrift und SpracheKahl, Jochem2001
    26Die ältesten schriftlichen Belege für den Gott SethKahl, Jochem2001
    28Hieroglyphic writing during the fourth millennium BC: an analysis of systemsKahl, Jochem2001
    29Rolf Krauss, Astronomische Konzepte und Jenseitsvorstellungen in den Pyramidentexten. Wiesbaden 1997Kahl, Jochem2001
    30Jacobus van Dijk, Essays on Ancient Egypt in Honour of Herman te Velde, Ed. by Jacobus van Dijk, Groningen 1997 Kahl, Jochem2001
    31Ursula Rößler-Köhler, Zur Tradierungsgeschichte des Totenbuches zwischen der 17. und 22. Dynastie (Tb 17), Wiesbaden 1997Kahl, Jochem2001
    33Zu den Namen spätzeitlicher Usurpatoren, Fremdherrscher, Gegen- und LokalkönigeKahl, Jochem2002
    35, 47Die "Wächter-Stadt". Assiut - eine Stadt und ihre Nekropole in Mittelägypten gewähren wieder EinblickeVerhoeven, Ursula ; Kahl, Jochem2006
    36Zwei änigmatische Relieffragmente aus Beit KhallafKahl, Jochem2003
    37Das Schlagen des Feindes von Hu: Gebel Tjauti Felsinschrift 1Kahl, Jochem2003
    38Das Forschungsvorhaben „Frühägyptisches Wörterbuch"Kahl, Jochem2003
    39Entwicklung der frühen HieroglyphenschriftKahl, Jochem2003
    40Die frühen Schriftzeugnisse aus dem Grab U-j in Umm el-QaabKahl, Jochem2003
    42Religiöse Sprachsensibilität in den Pyramidentexten und Sargtexten am Beispiel des Namens des Gottes SethKahl, Jochem2004
    43Naissance des hiéroglyphesKahl, Jochem2004
    52, 42"Dornröschen" ist erwacht. Das neu entdeckte Grab N13.1 in AssiutKahl, Jochem ; Verhoeven, Ursula2008
    54nsw und bit: Die AnfängeKahl, Jochem2008
    56Hannig, Rainer. Zur Paläographie der Särge aus Assiut. Hildesheim: Verlag Gebrüder Gerstenberg, 2006. XXVII + 930 S. 4° = Hildesheimer Ägyptologische Beiträge, 47. Hartbd. 98,00 €. ISBN 9793806785692Kahl, Jochem2008
    60Frauen aus Nilschlamm - ein Beitrag zur Anthropologie der StadtKahl, Jochem2010
    67Der Gräberberg von Assiut und seine SchätzeKahl, Jochem2012
    68Asyut and The Asyut ProjectKahl, Jochem2012
    69, 26Regionale Milieus und die Macht des Staates im Alten Ägypten: Die Vergöttlichung der Gaufursten von AssiutKahl, Jochem2012

    Schriften von Valentin Kockel Online

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    Schriften von Valentin Kockel
    Propylaeum-DOK – Digital Repository Classical Studies
    1Die Grabbauten vor dem Herkulaner Tor in PompejiKockel, Valentin1983
    3Beobachtungen zum Tempel des Mars Ultor und zum Forum des AugustusKockel, Valentin1983
    7Im Tode gleich? Die sullanischen Kolonisten und ihr kulturelles Gewicht in Pompeji am Beispiel der NekropolenKockel, Valentin1987
    9Phelloplastica: modelli in sughero dell'architettura antica nel XVIII secolo nella collezione di Gustavo III di SveziaKockel, Valentin1998
    10Ostia im 2. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Beobachtungen zum Wandel eines StadtbildsKockel, Valentin1992
    11Porträtreliefs stadtrömischer Grabbauten: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte und zum Verständnis des spätrepublikanisch-frühkaiserzeitlichen PrivatporträtsKockel, Valentin1993
    12cDas Haus des Sallust in Pompeji. Eine dreidimensionale archäologische Dokumentation aus dem 19. JahrhundertKockel, Valentin1993
    13„II palazzo per tutti". Die Entdeckung des antiken Mietshauses und seine Wirkung auf die Architektur des faschistischen RomKockel, Valentin1994
    14Bouleuteria. Architektonische Form und urbanistischer KontextKockel, Valentin1995
    16Ansicht, Plan, Modell: zur Darstellung antiker Architektur am Beispiel von Pompeji und Herculaneum ; [dieses Heft begleitet die Ausstellung, die vom 27.11. bis zum 16.12.1996 in der Universitätsbibliothek Augsburg stattfindet]Kockel, Valentin1996
    18Archäologie und Politik. Francesco Piranesi und seine drei Pompeji-PläneKockel, Valentin2000
    19»Dhieweilen wier die Antiquen nicht haben können ... «* — Abgüsse, Nachbildungen und Verkleinerungen antiker Kunst und Architektur im 18. und 19. Jh.Kockel, Valentin2000
    21Ein verlorenes Fragment der Ara Pacis Augustae. Zu dem neuerworbenen Bild von Christian Berentz (1658 - 1722) in den Augsburger KunstsammlungenKockel, Valentin ; Krämer, Gode2001
    22« Il palazzo per tutti ». La découverte des immeubles locatifs de l'Antiquité et son influence sur l'architecture de la Rome fascisteKockel, Valentin2001
    23Artifex doctus. Der Wagenbauer Johann Christian Ginzrot als gelehrter AntiquarKockel, Valentin2002
    24Das antike Mietshaus. Reflexe in der Architektur des faschistischen RomKockel, Valentin2003
    25Die antiken Denkmäler und ihre Abbildungen in der ‘Encyclopédie’ DiderotsKockel, Valentin2004
    26Towns and tombs. Three dimensional documentation of archaeological sites in the kingdom of Naples in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuriesKockel, Valentin2004
    27Typus und Individuum. Zur Interpretation des »Realismus« im Porträt der Späten RepublikKockel, Valentin2005
    28Ichnographia - Orthographia - Scaenographia. Abbildungsmodi antiker Architektur am Beispiel des 'Columbarium der Liberti der Livia'Kockel, Valentin2005
    29Un capitolo dimenticato della cartografia di Pompei Gaspare Marchesi e il Reale Officio Topografico di NapoliKockel, Valentin2005
    30Altes und Neues vom Forum und vom Gebäude der Eumachia in PompejiKockel, Valentin2005
    40Gelehrsamkeit versus Anschauung. Vitruv, Piranesi, Mazois und die Entdeckung des römischen Hauses in PompejiKockel, Valentin2007

    Open Access Journal: Aedon: Rivista di arti e diritto on line

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    [First posted in AWOL 6 Mrch 2012, updated 5 June 2017]

    Aedon: Rivista di arti e diritto on line
    ISSN: 1127-1345
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    Aedon, Rivista di arti e diritto on line, creata nel 1998, esce tre volte l’anno, con l’editore Mulino. Concepita e avviata su iniziativa di alcuni professori di diritto, oggi componenti del Comitato di direzione, come una innovativa rivista scientifica on line dedicata alle arti e al diritto, può essere letta gratuitamente da tutti gli utenti del web.
    Lo scopo della rivista è di promuovere la consapevolezza, la  conoscenza ed il dibattito su di una serie di questioni teoriche e pratiche concernenti la conservazione  e gestione del patrimonio culturale, la conservazione e valorizzazione del paesaggio, le politiche in materia di spettacolo, la regolazione del cinema, il diritto d’autore e le politiche culturali. Aedon offre un’analisi critica di questioni e dibattiti in corso, organizzando conferenze su questi temi e pubblicando articoli rivolti sia agli operatori sia agli accademici.

    Dal momento della sua creazione, Aedon ha pubblicato centinata di articoli che restano disponibili ai lettori nel suo archivio elettronico. Pubblica, anche, regolarmente, importanti documenti, testi normativi e decisioni giurisprudenziali.  La sua copertura intende essere internazionale.

    Aedon, Journal of Arts and LawOnline, established in 1998, is published three times annualy by il Mulino, Bologna, Italy. Conceived and launched by a small group of Law Professors, now members of the Board of Directors, as an innovative peer-reviewed electronic scientific journal dedicated to Arts and Law, Aedon is available free to all users of the world wide web.

    The Journal (ISSN: 1127-1345) goal is to further awareness, knowledge and discussion on a variety of theoretical and practical matters relating to cultural heritage preservation and management, landscape protection and valorization, performing arts policy, film industry regulation, intellectual property and cultural policy. To that end Aedon offers critical analysis of current issues and debates organizing symposiums on these topics and publishing articles that serve both practitioners and academicians.

    Since its founding Aedon has published hundreds of articles which remain all retrievable to readers in its electronic archive. Regular features also include important documents and  texts of legislation and/or court decisions Its coverage wants to be international.

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    ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝ: Ήλεκτρονικό περιοδικό αρχαίας έλληνικης έπιγραφικής, τοπογραφίας καί ιστορίας - Electronic Journal on Ancient Greek Epigraphy, Topography and History

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    ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝ:Ήλεκτρονικό περιοδικό αρχαίας έλληνικης έπιγραφικής, τοπογραφίας καί ιστορίας - Electronic Journal on Ancient Greek Epigraphy, Topography and History
    ISSN: 2241-4290
     
    Τὸ περιοδικὸ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝἐκδίδεται ἐτησίως σὲ ἠλεκτρονικὴ μορφὴ ἀπὸ τὴν Ἑλληνικὴ Ἐπιγραφικὴ Ἑταιρεία (ΕΕΕ). Μὲ τὴν ἔκδοση τοῦ περιοδικοῦ ἡ Ἑταιρεία ἐπιδιώκει τὴν ἔγκαιρη ἀνακοίνωση νέων εὑρημάτων καὶ πορισμάτων τῆς ἔρευνας καὶ τὴν ταχεία ἐνημέρωση τῆς ἐπιστημονικῆς κοινότητας. Τὴν ὕλη τοῦ περιοδικοῦ ἀποτελοῦν σύντομα κατὰ κανόνα ἄρθρα ποὺ ἀφοροῦν στὶς ἀρχαῖες Ἑλληνικὲς ἐπιγραφές, τὴν ἀρχαία τοπογραφία καὶ ἱστορία, καθὼς καὶ ἐπίκαιρα σχόλια ἀφορῶντα στοὺς τομεῖς αὐτούς. 
        Στὸ περιοδικὸ γίνονται δεκτὰ ἄρθρα ἑλληνικὰ καὶ ξενόγλωσσα. 
        Ἡ ἀνάρτηση τῶν ἄρθρων γίνεται ἐγκαίρως (καὶ ὄχι στὸ τέλος τοῦ ἔτους) μὲ τὴν σειρὰ ποὺ παραλαμβάνονται.
    The electronic journal Grammateion will be published yearly by the Greek Epigraphic Society. The aim of the journal is the prompt publication of new archaeological finds and studies to be shared without delay with the scholarly community.

    The journal will publish primarily short articles on Ancient Greek inscriptions, Ancient Topography and History, including scholarly comments and remarks on these topics. Submitted articles will be uploaded in the order in which they are received (not at the end of the year).

    Open Access Journal: Palestine Exploration Quarterly (Open Access Backfiles)

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    Palestine Exploration Quarterly (Open Access Backfiles)
    ISSN: 0031-0328
    Palestine Exploration Fund

    Palestine Exploration Quarterlyis the publication of the Palestine Exploration Fund, now published by Maney Publishing.
    PEQ is the peer-reviewed journal of the PEF, established in 1865 as the first scholarly society dedicated to the scientific study of what was then generally known as the Holy Land. In 1869, the Fund through its Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement aimed to illuminate the Bible for its readers with scholarly information about the land of the Bible. PEQ is the Statement's successor and has greatly widened its original scope.
    Despite its title, PEQ is concerned not just with Palestine/the land of Israel, but with the wider region of the Levant - its history, archaeology (including biblical aspects), art, languages, natural and earth ethnology, geography and natural and earth sciences. Its contents include reports of archaeological work (especially that supported by the PEF), studies of pottery and other artefacts, examination and interpretation of archaeological sites, publications and studies of inscriptions, ancient texts, archival material relating to the exploration of the Levant, and reviews of books.
     The volumes listed here are out of copyright:

    Vols. 1 - 10 (1869 - 1878)
    Vols. 11 - 20 (1879 - 1888)
    Vols. 21 - 30 (1889 - 1898)
    Vols. 31 - 40 (1899 - 1908)
    Vols. 41 - 50 (1909 - 1918)
    Vols. 51 - 60 (1919 - 1928)

    New Open Access Monograph Series: Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation

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    Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation
    ISSN: 1574-1370
    Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation; Volume 15.

    THE LANGUAGE OF LINEAR C AND LINEAR D FROM CYPRUS

    Author: Fred C. Woudhuizen
    General editors: Maarten D. de Weerd & Jan P. Stronk
    Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society (Amsterdam 2017)

    Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation; Volume 14.

    DOCUMENTS IN MINOAN LUWIAN, SEMITIC, AND PELASGIAN

    Author: Fred C. Woudhuizen
    General editors: Maarten D. de Weerd & Jan P. Stronk
    Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society (Amsterdam 2016)

    Open Access Journal: The George Washington University Undergraduate Bulletin of Ancient Studies

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    The George Washington University Undergraduate Bulletin of Ancient Studies
    The Undergraduate Bulletin of Ancient Studies was founded in order to promote a community of academic scholarship in the realms of history, classical studies, archaeology, anthropology, and art history at the George Washington University.
    The Bulletin is operated by dedicated undergraduate students fostering a community of scholarship that supplements the studies of a number of GW departments and programs. At the end of each semester, the GWU-UBAS releases a namesake print journal of student-submitted papers and other content. The Bulletin pairs contributors with members of our editing team in order to help students develop ideas, revise papers, and produce a publishable piece. Each semester the Bulletin also hosts a release event in which contributors have the opportunity to present their papers and receive feedback from peers and professors. 
    To improve students' academic writing, the Bulletin looks hosts workshops led by professors and upperclassmen geared toward learning and developing writing and revising skills that will improve students' abilities and prospects.
    The Bulletin also manages an online blog of book and exhibit reviews, fieldwork experience and opportunity reports, and opportunities in the field of ancient studies around the GW community.
    See AWOL's list of  Open Access Student Journals 

    Classics Podcasts from the University of London, Institute of Classical Studies

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    Classics Podcasts from the University of London, Institute of Classical Studies
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    Thursday 23 May 2013
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    Open Access Journal: Emerita. Revista de linguistica y folología clasica

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    Emerita. Revista de linguistica y folología clasica
    eISSN: 1988-8384
    ISSN: 0013-6662
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    Fundada en 1933 por D. Ramón Menéndez Pidal, EMERITA publica artículos, notas, informaciones y reseñas, rigurosamente originales, de Filología clásica, Lingüística griega, latina, indoeuropea e ibérica, y de Historia antigua. 
    EMERITA es, desde su fundación, una de las revistas científicas de alto nivel más valoradas en su campo.
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    Founded in 1933 by D. Ramón Menéndez Pidal, EMERITA publishes original articles and notes, news and book reviews concerning Classical Philology, Greek, Latin, Indoeuropean and Iberian Linguistics and Ancient History.

    EMERITA is, since its foundation, one of the best known and valued high level scientific Journals in its field.

    In addition, the journal publishes monographs concerning the aforementioned subjects in the series Manuales y Anejos de Emerita (see the titles in eBook format).

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    Open Access Journal: Journal of Greco-Roman Judaism and Christianity (JGRChJ)

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    Journal of Greco-Roman Judaism and Christianity (JGRChJ)
    ISSN: 1467-1093
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    Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism originates from McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1, and at www.macdiv.ca/jgrchj.

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    Manuscripts and editorial correspondence should be addressed to Dr Stanley E.Porter, Senior Editor, Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, McMaster Divinity College, 1280 Main St. W., Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1. Enquiries may be addressed to princpl@mcmaster.ca.

    JGRChJ accepts books for possible review in the electronic version, including review articles of several books on a given subject. Books are to be sent to the Senior Editor for consideration for review.

    JGRChJ appears continuously throughout the year. The electronic form of the previous volume is removed soon after the new volume year’s postings begin. At that time, the previous volumes of the journal will be available only in print form. The print form of the journal may be purchased through Sheffield Phoenix Press, Department of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK.
    12.1 Seth M. Ehorn and Mark Lee The Syntactical Function of ἀλλὰ καί in Phil. 2.4
    12.2 Matthew Oseka Attentive to the Context: The Generic Name of God in The Classic Jewish Lexica and Grammars of the Middle Ages—A Historical and Theological Perspective
    12.3 David I. Yoon Ancient Letters of Recommendation and 2 Corinthians 3.1-3: A Literary Analysis
    12.4 Stanley E. Porter The Synoptic Problem: The State of the Question
    12.5 Greg Stanton Wealthier Supporters of Jesus of Nazareth
    James Darlack has assembled the following links and tables of contents:
    The latest volume of JGRChJ is available online at www.jgrchj.net. The content linked below is archived on that site.
    Book reviews are available on the JGRChJ site.

    Volume 1 (2000)

    Abstracts

    1. Pieter W. Van der Horst, “Ancient Jewish Bibliomancy”
    2. Amphilochios Papathomas, “A New Testimony to the Letter to the Hebrews”
    3. Chrys C. Caragounis, “Dionysios Halikarnasseus, the Art of Composition and the Apostle Paul”
    4. Shaye J.D. Cohen, “False Prophets (4Q339), Netinim (4Q340), and Hellenism at Qumran”
    5. Craig A. Evans, “Mark’s Incipit and the Priene Calendar Inscription: From Jewish Gospel to Greco-Roman Gospel”
    6. Stanley E. Porter and Brook W.R. Pearson, “Why the Split? Christians and Jews by the Fourth Century”
    7. Anders Runesson, “Particularistic Judaism and Universalistic Christianity? Some Critical Remarks on Terminology and Theology”
    8. Al Wolters, “A Semantic Study of αὐθέντης and its Derivatives”
    9. Michael Knowles, “‘Wide is the Gate and Spacious the Road that Leads to Destruction’: Matthew 7.13 in Light of Archaeological Evidence”

    Volume 2 (2001-2005)

    Abstracts

    1. Zeba Crook, “The Divine Benefactions of Paul the Client”
    2. Hans Förster, “7Q5 = Mark 6.52-53: A Challenge for Textual Criticism?”
    3. Malcolm Choat and Alanna Nobbs, “Monotheistic Formulae of Belief in Greek Letters on Papyrus from the Second to the Fourth Century”
    4. Galen K. Johnson, “The Tribulation in Revelation and Its Literary-Theological Milieu”
    5. Douglas C. Mohrmann, “Boast Not in your Righteousness from the Law: A New Reading of Romans 10.6-8”
    6. Jintae Kim, “The Concept of Atonement in Hellenistic Thought and 1 John”
    7. Jintae Kim, “The Concept of Atonement in Early Rabbinic Thought and the New Testament Writings”
    8. Craig Keener, “‘Let the Wife have Authority Over Her Husband’ (1 Corinthians 11.10)”
    9. Patrick James, “Participial Complementation in Roman and Byzantine Documentary Papyri: ἐπίσταμαι, μανθάνω, εὑρίσκω”
    10. Jesper Svartvik, “How Noah, Jesus and Paul Became Captivating Biblical Figures: The Side Effects of the Canonization of Slavery Metaphors in Jewish and Christian Texts”

    Volume 3 (2006)

    Abstracts

    1. Craig Evans, “Messianic Hopes and Messianic Figures in Late Antiquity”
    2. Richard Van Egmond, “The Messianic ‘Son of David’ in Matthew”
    3. Ronald Weed, “Aristotle on Justice (δικαιοσύνη): Character, Action and Some Pauline Counterparts”
    4. Michael Wojciechowski, “Paul and Plutarch on Boasting”
    5. Barry F. Parker, “Romans 7 and the Split Between Judaism and Christiainity”
    6. Craig S. Keener, “Paul’s ‘Friends’ The Asiarchs (Acts 19.31)”
    7. Lois K. Fuller, “The ‘Genitive Absolute’ in New Testament/Hellenistic Greek: A Proposal for Clearer Understanding”
    8. Jonathan M. Watt, “Contextual Disconnection in Bart Ehrman’s Lost Christianities
    9. Sean A. Adams, “Luke’s Preface and its Relationship to Greek Historiography: A Response to Loveday Alexander”
    10. Robert Stephen Reid, “Ad Herennium Argument Strategies in 1 Corinthians”

    Volume 4 (2007)

    Abstracts

    1. David Reis, “Flip-Flop? John Chrysostom’s Polytropic Paul”
    2. Nathan Eubank, “Bakhtin and Lukan Politics: A Carnivalesque Reading of the Last Supper in the Third Gospel”
    3. John C. Poirier, “The Linguistic Situation in Jewish Palestine in Late Antiquity”
    4. Julie Ann Smith, “‘What Now Lies Before Their Eyes’: The Foundations of Early Pilgrim Visuality in the Holy Land”
    5. David E. Malick, “The Contribution of Codex Bezae Cantabrigiensis to an Understanding of Women in the Book of Acts”
    6. Justin M. Smith, “Genre, Sub-Genre and Questions of Audience: A Proposed Typology for Greco-Roman Biography”

    Volume 5 (2008)

    Abstracts

    1. Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts, “Paul’s Bible, His Education and His Access to the Scriptures of Israel”
    2. Craig S. Keener, “Three Notes on Figurative Language: Inverted Guilt in Acts 7.55-60, Paul’s Figurative Vote in Acts 26.10, Figurative Eyes in Galatians 4.15”
    3. Jae Hyun Lee, “Against Richard B. Hays’s ‘Faith of Jesus Christ’”
    4. Jintae Kim, “Targum Isaiah 53 and the New Testament Concept of Atonement”
    5. Michael Wojciechowski, “Aesopic Tradition in the New Testament”
    6. Hans Foerster, “The Celebration of the Baptism of Christ by the Basilideans and the Origin of Epiphany: Is the Seemingly Obvious Correct?”
    7. Jeffrey L. Staley, Matthew Forrest Lowe, Michael W. Pahl, Anne Moore and Paul N. Anderson, “John Versus Jesus? Reviews of The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus by Paul N. Anderson and the Author’s Response”
    8. Mariusz Rosik, “The Greek Motif of the Cyclic Journey in the Gospel of Luke”
    9. Stephen J. Bedard, “Hellenistic Influence on the Idea of Resurrection in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature”

    Volume 6 (2009)

    Abstracts

    1. Jintae Kim, “The Concept of Atonement in the Gospel of John”
    2. Craig S. Keener, “Human Stones in a Greek Setting: Luke 3.8; Matthew 3.9; Luke 19.40”
    3. Erlend D. MacGillivray, “Re-Evaluating Patronage and Reciprocity in Antiquity and New Testament Studies”
    4. Martin M. Culy, “Double Case Constructions in Koine Greek”
    5. Mark A. Jennings, “Patronage and Rebuke in Paul’s Persuasion in 2 Corinthians 8-9”
    6. David Lincicum, “The Origin of ‘Alpha and Omega’ (Revelation 1.8; 21.6; 22.13): A Suggestion”
    7. Greg Goswell, “Early Readers of the Gospels: The KEPHALAIA and TITLOI of Codex Alexandrinus”
    8. Craig Keener, “Heavenly Mindedness and Earthly Good: Contemplating Matters Above in Colossians 3.1-2”
    9. Lois K. Fuller Dow, “Understanding κλῆσις in the New Testament”
    10. Cynthia Long Westfall, “Blessed be the Ties that Bind: Semantic Domains and Cohesive Chains in Hebrews 1.1-2.4 and 12.5-8”

    Volume 7 (2010)

    Abstracts

    1. Craig A. Smith, “The Development of Style (Fifth Century BCE to Second Century CE) and the Consequences for Understanding the Style of the New Testament”
    2. Michael Meerson, “One God Supreme: A Case Study of Religious Tolerance and Survival”
    3. Craig S. Keener, “The Pillars and the Right Hand of Fellowship in Galatians 2.9”
    4. Craig S. Keener, “The Nativity Cave and Gentile Myths”
    5. Greg Goswell, “Ancient Patterns of Reading: The Subdivision of the Acts of the Apostles in Codex Sinaiticus”
    6. Jintae Kim, “The Concept of Atonement in the Qumran Literature and the New Covenant”
    7. Nijay K. Gupta and Fredrick J. Long, “The Politics of Ephesians and the Empire: Accommodation or Resistance?”
    8. Craig S. Keener, “Note on Athens: Do 1 Corinthians 16.15 and Acts 17.34 Conflict?”
    9. Craig S. Keener, “The Plausibility of Luke’s Growth Figures in Acts 2.41; 4.4; 21.20”
    10. Craig S. Keener, “Acts 10: Were Troops Stationed in Caesarea during Agrippa’s Rule?”

    Volume 8 (2011-2012)

    Abstracts

    1. Brice C. Jones, “The Bodmer ‘Miscellaneous’ Codex and the Crosby-Schøyen Codex MS 193: A New Proposal”
    2. Jintae Kim, “The Concept of Atonement in the Fourth Servant Song in the LXX”
    3. Tim Brookins, “Dispute with Stoicism in the Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus”
    4. Greg Goswell, “An Early Commentary on the Pauline Corpus: The Capitulation of Codex Vaticanus”
    5. Wally V. Cirafesi, “The Priestly Portrait of Jesus in the Gospel of John in the Light of 1QS, 1QSa And 1QSb”
    6. E. K. McFall, “Are Dionysos and Oedipus Name Variations for Satan and Antichrist?”
    7. Horace Jeffery Hodges and John C. Poirier, “Jesus as the Holy One of God: The Healing of the ZaVaH in Mark 5.24b-34”
    8. Richard Carrier, “Thallus and the Darkness at Christ’s Death”
    9. Stanley E. Porter, “Early Apocryphal Non-Gospel Literature and the New Testament Text”
    10. Kevin Daughtery, “Naked Bodies and Heavenly Clothing: ΓΥΜΝΟΣ in 2 Corinthians 5.3”

    Volume 9 (2013)

    Abstracts

    1. Christopher D. Land, “Digitizing Ancient Inscriptions and Manuscripts: Some Thoughts about the Production of Digital Editions”
    2. Barry F. Parker, “‘Works of the Law’ and the Jewish Settlement in Asia Minor”
    3. Stanley E. Porter and Hughson T. Ong, “‘Standard of Faith’ or 'Measure of Trusteeship?' A Study in Romans 12.3-A Response”
    4. Bryan R. Dyer, “The Epistle to the Hebrews in Recent Research: Studies on the Author's Identity, his Use of the Old Testament, and Theology”
    5. Benjamin A. Edsall, “Greco-Roman Costume and Paul’s Fraught Argument in 1 Corinthians 11.2-16”
    6. Travis B. Williams, “Benefiting the Community through Good Works? The Economic Feasibility of Civic Benefaction in 1 Peter”
    7. Alexandra Mileto Robinson, “The Enoch Inclusio in Jude: A New Structural Possibility”
    8. John K. Goodrich, “The Interpretation οf μέτρον πίστεως ιn Romans 12.3—Rejoinder yo Porter and Ong”

    Volume 10 (2014)

    Abstracts

    1. Craig S. Keener, “First-Person Claims in Some Ancient Historians and Acts”
    2. Lincoln H. Blumell, “The Message and the Medium: Some Observations on Epistolary Communication in Late Antiquity”
    3. John Granger Cook, “Matthew 5.39 and 26.67: Slapping Another's Cheek in Ancient Mediterranean Culture”
    4. Jennifer Shack, “A Text without 1 Corinthians 14.34-35? Not according to the Manuscript Evidence”
    5. Jordan Henderson, “Josephus's' Life and Jewish War Compared to the Synoptic Gospels”
    6. William Varner, “A 'Majority' Reading for James 3.3 Supported by Both External and Internal Evidence”
    7. Cynthia Long Westfall, “The Meaning of αὐθεντέω in 1 Timothy 2.12”
    8. Adam Z. Wright, “Recognizing Jesus: A Study of Recognition Scenes in the Gospel of Mark”
    9. James M. Petitfils, “Martial Moses in Flavian Rome: Josephus's Antiquities 2-4 and Exemplary Roman Leadership”

    Volume 11 (2015)

    Abstracts

    1. Raymond J. Jachowski, “The Death of Herod the Great and the Latin Josephus: Re-Examining the Twenty-Second Year of Tiberius”
    2. Chris S. Stevens, “John 9.38-39a: A Scribal Interjection for Literary Reinforcement”
    3. David J. Fuller, “From Prophet to Waiter: Habakkuk's Cameo Appearance in the Apocryphal Additions to Daniel”

    Latest Volumes

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    Book reviews are available on the JGRChJ site.

    Open Access Journal: Annales d'Éthiopie

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    Depuis 1955, les Annales d’Éthiopie rendent compte des travaux menés par les chercheurs français et éthiopiens en archéologie et en histoire. Les Annales d’Éthiopie publient des articles en français et en anglais sur l’Éthiopie et la Corne de l’Afrique. La revue est à ce jour l’une des deux seules revues internationales consacrées aux recherches menées dans cette région de l’Afrique orientale.

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    Open Access Journal: Προ-ιστορήματα

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    Προ-ιστορήματα
    ISSN: 2241-2921
    Τα “Προ-ιστορήματα”, διαδικτυακό περιοδικό του Ομίλου Μελέτης και Προβολής της Ελληνικής Προϊστορίας, δημοσιεύει, ύστερα από κρίση, επιστημονικά άρθρα στα ελληνικά, αλλά και στις γνωστές διεθνείς γλώσσες. Ανανεώνεται σε τακτά χρονικά διαστήματα. Για παραπομπή στα άρθρα του περιοδικού γράφετε: Όνομα συγγραφέα, τίτλο άρθρου, τελευταία φορά πρόσβασης στον ιστοχώρο όνομα ιστοχώρου π.χ. Κοκκινίδου, Δ, “Γλωσσο-αρχαιολογικά” τελευταία πρόσβαση 30/03/2009, ιστοχώρος proistoria.wordpress.com/προ-ιστορήματα.
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    Τεύχος 7/Ιούλιος 2016

    Τεύχος 6/ Φεβρουάριος 2014
    S  Monton Subias & S. Lozano Rubio, Η ΦΕΜΙΝΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΑΡΧΑΙΟΛΟΓΙΑ ΚΑΙ Ο ΑΚΑΔΗΜΑΙΚΟΣ ΚΑΝΟΝΑΣ (μετ. Δ. Κοκκινίδου)

    Τεύχος 5 / Φεβρουάριος 2012
    Ν. Μερούσης,ki-ta-no, κρίτανος, τερέβινθος, τσικουδιά. Χρησιμοποιούσαν οι Μινωίτες τσικουδόλαδο;

    Τεύχος 4 / Ιούνιος 2011

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    Open Access Journal: Les Carnets de l’ACoSt (Association for Coroplastic Studies)

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    Les Carnets de l’ACoSt
    ISSN: 2431-8574
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    Les Carnets de l’ACoSt (Association for Coroplastic Studies), created in 2014, is an on-line, open access, international journal dedicated to research on sculptural objects made in clay from all periods and all geographic areas. (The word coroplastic comes from the Greek koroplastes, which was a term used in ancient Greece to indicate a modeler of images in clay.) Les Carnetsde l’ACoSt publishes individual scientific articles, as well as those presented within the context of events organized by members of the Association (seminars, conferences, colloquia, workshops, roundtables, and summer schools), plus a news section that provides brief communications on current research, reports, announcements, and book reviews, all focusing on coroplastic topics.

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        Base de données du programme CIRCE: Constructions, Interprétations et Représentations Cultuelles de l'Espace dans les sociétés anciennes

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        Base de données du programme CIRCE: Constructions, Interprétations et Représentations Cultuelles de l'Espace dans les sociétés anciennes 
        CIRCE
        Ce programme a pour objectif de constituer un inventaire topographique et géolocalisable des lieux de culte connus par l’archéologie dans le monde grec, région par région, de l’Age du Fer au IIIe siècle ap. J.-C., afin de faciliter et d’approfondir l’analyse de la répartition des cultes, des rites et des offrandes dans l’espace et ses implications dans la signification et l’évolution du polythéisme grec antique dans la diversité de ses manifestations.

        Elaboré à partir de 2005 au sein de ce qui était le Centre Louis Gernet (UMR 8567, CNRS/EHESS), le programme CIRCE figure depuis 2010 dans les activités de l’UMR 8210 ANHIMA, dans l’axe « Dynamiques religieuses de la Méditerranée antique ». Associé au programme « Fana, Templa, Delubra », piloté par John Scheid (Collège de France), dont l’objectif est l’inventaire topographique des lieux de culte de l’Italie antique, il a bénéficié du soutien de l’Agence Nationale de la Recherche (Programme BLANC ANR-05-BLAN-0013-01) de décembre 2005 à juin 2009. Le programme a également été associé à la Chaire Blaise Pascal (Ville de Paris) d’Alexandre Mazarakis, professeur d’archéologie classique (Université de Thessalie), invité pendant l’année 2012-2013, et a bénéficié du soutien du Laboratoire d’excellence « Dynamique des Territoires » sous la forme d’un contrat post-doctoral (2013-2014).

        Un inventaire des lieux de culte est un programme complexe, qui peut être abordé et traité de plusieurs façons en fonction des interrogations qui le sous-tendent, et comporte de nombreux risques d’approximations ou d’interprétations inconscientes. La réflexion méthodologique menée au sein du groupe a permis de bien définir les objectifs de la recherche et l’architecture de la base de données relationnelle, dont la conception et la réalisation ont été menées par Sonia Darthou (Université d’Evry/ANHIMA), Jean-Sébastien Gros (ancien membre de l’Ecole Française d’Athènes) et Ioanna Patera (ANHIMA). L’inventaire se limite aux lieux de culte connus par l’archéologie afin de permettre leur géolocalisation, et d’inclure les lieux de culte mineurs ou anonymes connus uniquement par leurs traces archéologiques. Afin de ne pas orienter l’interprétation, la présentation des données (structures, mobilier trouvé en contexte, divinités honorées, épiclèses, rites, inscriptions liées) se fait de la manière la plus neutre possible. La base ne vise pas à l’exhaustivité et n’identifie donc pas dans le détail chaque objet retrouvé mais oriente la recherche vers les sources primaires et offre la possibilité d’effectuer de nouveaux rapprochements entre les données. Les sources littéraires et épigraphiques sont répertoriées et, dans la mesure du possible, reproduites.

        L’inventaire a d’abord concerné la Béotie, puis s’est porté sur l’île de Corfou, et plus récemment sur la Mégaride et ses environs. Une base parallèle a été développée par J.-S. Gros sous la direction d’A. Mazarakis pour recueillir les données sur les Cyclades à l’époque archaïque, consultable en ligne (http://cs.ha.uth.gr/). Elle est destinée à fusionner avec la base CIRCE dans l’avenir.

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        Open Access Journal: The Antiquities Coalition E-Newsletter

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        The Antiquities Coalition unites a diverse group of experts in the global fight against cultural racketeering: the illicit trade in antiquities by organized criminals and terrorist organizations.

        The compilation 'notitia dignitatum' (Cnd)

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        The compilation 'notitia dignitatum' (Cnd)
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        The compilation of lists and 89 pictures which begins with the item
        notitia dignitatum omnium tam civilium quam militarium in partibus orientis
        and ends with the item
        ceteri praesides ad similitudinem praesidis dalmatiae officium habent

        Draft Commentary

        §1 - Introduction
        definitions & concepts
        §2 - Speyer codex with the Cnd
        (excerpt)
        §3 - Copies of the Cnd
        (excerpt)
        §4 - Sources of the Cnd and
        their transformation
        §5 - Original compilation §6 - Cnd as an historical document
        Draft Appendices and Tables
        1 - Speyer archives(pdf) 2 - Augsburg fragment(pdf) 3 - Cambridge fragments(pdf) 4 - Numbering(pdf)
        5 - Decorated Stands(pdf) 6 - Rectangular emblems 7 - Shields 8 - Illyricum(pdf)
        9 - Gallic dioceses 10 - Masters of soldiers 11 - Dignities & dignitaries(pdf) 12 - Emperors - chart(pdf)
        13 - Map - Roman state
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