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Alphabetical List of Open Access Monograph Series in Ancient Studies

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This page includes links to digitized or born-digital open access monograph series. It includes 170 titles at the moment (27 June 2017).

I'll be grateful for reminders and information on Series not yet listed.

                                  Open Access Monograph Series: Collection de la Maison de l'Orient méditerranéen ancien. Série littéraire et philosophique

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                                  Collection de la Maison de l'Orient méditerranéen ancien. Série littéraire et philosophique
                                   

                                  Digital Athenaeus

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                                  [First posted in AWOL 11 April 2016, updated 27 June 2017]

                                  Digital Athenaeus
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                                  The Digital Athenaeus is a project directed by Monica Berti at the Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig for producing a digital edition of the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus of Naucratis.
                                  The work is focused on annotating quotations and text reuses in the Deipnosophists in order to accomplish two main results:
                                  1. Provide an inventory of authors and works cited by Athenaeus.
                                  2. Implement a data model for identifying, analyzing, and citing uniquely instances of text reuse in the Deipnosophists.
                                  The project provides users with tools for consulting the text of the Deipnosophists and getting information about authors and works reused by Athenaeus.
                                  The Digital Athenaeus is also implementing a system for involving scholars and students in improving and disambiguating data pertaining to the work of the Naucratites.
                                  References:
                                  • M. Berti et al. “Documenting Homeric Text-Reuse in the Deipnosophistae of Athenaeus of Naucratis”. In Digital Approaches and the Ancient World. Ed. by G. Bodard, Y. Broux, and S. Tarte. BICS Themed Issue 59(2), 2016, 121-139 (link)
                                  • M. Berti et al. “Modelling Taxonomies of Text Reuse in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus of Naucratis: Declarative Digital Scholarship”. In Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts. Jagiellonian University & Pedagogical University, Kraków, pp. 135-137 (link)
                                  • M. Berti et al. “The Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS)”. In Digital Methods and Classical Studies. Ed. N.W. Bernstein and N. Coffee. DHQ Themed Issue 10(2), 2016 (link)

                                  Internetplattform für die Wissenschaft von den hieratischen Handschriften des Alten Ägypten

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                                  [First posted in AWOL 2 November 2014, updated 27 June 2017]

                                  Internetplattform für die Wissenschaft von den hieratischen Handschriften des Alten Ägypten
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                                  "Hieratistik" bezeichnet die Wissenschaft von der so genannten hieratischen Schrift der Alten Ägypter.
                                  Erforscht werden die Funktionen und Besonderheiten dieser eigentlichen und alltäglichen Schrift der Alten Ägypter.
                                  Wichtiges Hilfsmittel sind Paläographien, die auf möglichst umfassenden Zusammenstellungen einzelner Schriftzeichen basieren, aus deren Vergleich und Analyse Schreiberindividuen, Schulen, Entwicklungslinien und ggf. auch Datierungen von Schriftquellen abgeleitet werden können. 

                                      AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East

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                                      AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East
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                                      AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East presents over 20,000 images from the holdings of the American Geographical Society (AGS) Library. The selection focuses on the countries of Asia and the Middle East. The images come from the collections acquired over many decades by the AGS Library including an extensive photographic print collection. The digital collection is under continuing development. Read more about the collection.

                                      Mertens-Pack 3 Online

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                                      [First posted in AWOL 20 June 2010, updated 28 June 2017]

                                      Mertens-Pack 3

                                      The new MP³ database is now available online. We are still working to improve its presentation and performance.
                                      Some new research parameters are still being validated. For the time being, research is limited to the numbers MP³ 1 to 3026.83, already available on the previous database.
                                      As announced during the International Congresses of Papyrology in Geneva (1) and Warsaw (2), it will be soon possible to research new categories of Greek and Latin papyri (magical, Herculaneum, documentary, Jewish and Christian) and to use more diversified research strategies (papyri which are both “literary” and “documentary” or “magical” or “Jewish and Christian”; literary reminiscences in documentary papyri; literary papyri containing a documentary text on the other side; literary papyri associated to an ancient owner; author’s name and title written on the papyrus).
                                      We thank all users for their understanding and patience. For more information or in case of problems, please contact the CEDOPAL on the following email address: cedopal@ulg.ac.be.
                                      Online database


                                      Open Access Book: Commentaries, Catenae and Biblical Tradition : Papers from the Ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament : in association with the COMPAUL project

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                                      Commentaries, Catenae and Biblical Tradition : Papers from the Ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament : in association with the COMPAUL project

                                      Book Series: Texts and studies ISSN: 19356927 ISBN: 971463205768Year: Pages: 350Language: English
                                      Publisher: Gorgias Press; University of BirminghamGrant: European Research Council (ERC) - 283302
                                      Subject: Religion

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                                      Abstract
                                      In 2011, the European Research Council awarded Dr Hugh Houghton a Starting Grant to lead a five-year project investigating the earliest commentaries on Paul as sources for the biblical text.1 This project, known by its acronym COMPAUL, was intended to build on Dr Houghton’s doctoral work analysing Augustine’s gospel citations.2 The aim was to instigate a better understanding of commentaries and their contribution to the transmission of the New Testament in anticipation of two major editing projects: the Vetus Latina edition of the four principal letters of Paul and the Novum Testamentum Graecum Editio Critica Maior of all Pauline Epistles being planned by the IGNTP.

                                      Appeal: ICCS Launches GoFundMe for Garrett Fagan Scholarship

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                                      ICCS Launches GoFundMe for Garrett Fagan Scholarship
                                      The Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (ICCS) has started a GoFundMe page in order to establish a scholarship in honor of Garrett Fagan, who passed away earlier this year.
                                      "Garrett will always be remembered as an influential mentor, an inspiring teacher, a supportive colleague, a loving father, and a fierce friend, and for this reason, we've decided to establish a scholarship in Garrett's name for the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome."
                                      You can visit the GoFundMe page to read the rest of the information about the proposed scholarship or to donate.

                                      Open Access Monograph Series: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum

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                                      [First posted in AWOL 15 June 2014, updated 29 June 2017]

                                      Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum
                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc, Part 1; Title: Hieroglyphic texts ... etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 2; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 3; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 4; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 5; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 6; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum, Part 7; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, etc, Part 8; Title: Hieroglyphic textsfrom Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      ... etc; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum; Publisher: London : Published by the Trustees of the British Museum; Date: c1970 ...
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                                      Title: Hieroglyphic texts from Egyptian stelae etc, Part 10; Title: Hieroglyphic textsfrom Egyptian stelae, &c., in the British Museum; Title: Hieroglyphic texts from ...
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                                      Open Access Journal: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

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                                      [First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 29 June 2017]

                                      Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
                                      ISSN: 1203-1542
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                                      The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.
                                      JHS articles are included in the ATLA Religion Database, RAMBI, and BiBIL. The full contents of the journal are archived by Library and Archives Canada and is accessible for consultation and research at the Electronic Collection site maintained by Library and Archives Canada. JHS volumes are published in hard-copy, with a year delay, by Gorgias Press as part of their series Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts.
                                      The publication of the journal is made possible through collaboration between the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and the Swiss-French Institute for Biblical Studies in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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                                      Author Title Volume Article Year
                                      Klein, Neriah The Chronicler's Code: The Rise and Fall of Judah's Army in the Book of Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 17 3 2017
                                      Smoak, Jeremy D. From Temple to Text: Text as Ritual Space and the Composition of Numbers 6:24–26show/hide abstract 17 2 2017
                                      Vermeulen, Karolien The Body of Nineveh: The Conceptual Image of the City in Nahum 2–3show/hide abstract 17 1 2017
                                      Berman, Joshua Empirical Models of Textual Growth: A Challenge for the Historical-Critical Traditionshow/hide abstract 16 12 2016
                                      Suriano, Matthew Sheol, the Tomb, and the Problem of Postmortem Existenceshow/hide abstract 16 11 2016
                                      Shalom-Guy, Hava Textual Analogies and Their Ramifications for a Diachronic Analysis of 1 Samuel 13:1–14:46 and Judges 6:1–8:35show/hide abstract 16 10 2016
                                      Uhlenbruch, Frauke (ed.) “Not in the Spaces We Know”: An Exploration of Science Fiction and the Bibleshow/hide abstract 16 9 2016
                                      Schwartz, Sarah Narrative Toledot Formulae in Genesis: The Case of Heaven and Earth, Noah, and Isaacshow/hide abstract 16 8 2016
                                      Mylonas, Natalie, Stephen Llewelyn and Gareth Wearne Speaking to One's Heart: דבר and its Semantic Extensionshow/hide abstract 16 7 2016
                                      Cataldo, Jeremiah W. The Radical Nature of “Return” in Zechariah show/hide abstract 16 6 2016
                                      Athas, George Has Lot Lost the Plot? Detail Omission and a Reconsideration of Genesis 19 show/hide abstract 16 5 2016
                                      Andrason, Alexander The Complexity of Verbal Semantics—An Intricate Relationship Between Qatal and Wayyiqtolshow/hide abstract 16 4 2016
                                      Baranowski, Krzysztof J. The Biblical Hebrew wayyiqtol and the Evidence of the Amarna Letters from Canaan show/hide abstract 16 3 2016
                                      Geobey, Ronald A. The Jeroboam Story in the (Re)Formulation of Israelite Identity: Evaluating the Literary-Ideological Purposes of 1 Kings 11–14 show/hide abstract 16 2 2016
                                      Rezetko, Robert and Martijn Naaijer An Alternative Approach to the Lexicon of Late Biblical Hebrew show/hide abstract 16 1 2016
                                      Macumber, Heather A Monster without a Name: Creating the Beast Known as Antiochus IV in Daniel 7 show/hide abstract 15 9 2015
                                      Lenzi, Giovanni Sequences of Verbal Forms and Taxis in Biblical Hebrew show/hide abstract 15 8 2015
                                      Hutton, Jeremy M. Optimality in the “Grammars” of Ancient Translations show/hide abstract 15 7 2015
                                      Neriya-Cohen, Nava The Reflective Passages as the Core of Qoheleth: Content and Structural Analysis show/hide abstract 15 6 2015
                                      Jones, Christopher M. Seeking the Divine, Divining the Seekers: The Status of Outsiders Who Seek Yahweh in Ezra 6:21 show/hide abstract 15 5 2015
                                      Feder, Yitzhaq Behind the Scenes of a Priestly Polemic: Leviticus 14 and its Extra-Biblical Parallels show/hide abstract 15 4 2015
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. The Construction of Judean Diasporic Identity in Ezra–Nehemiah show/hide abstract 15 3 2015
                                      Pinker, Aron A New Interpretation of Job 19:26 show/hide abstract 15 2 2015
                                      Korchin, Paul Suspense and Authority amid Biblical Hebrew Front Dislocation show/hide abstract 15 1 2015
                                      Price, J.H. The Biblical Hebrew Feminine Singular Qal Participle: A Historical Reconstruction show/hide abstract 14 9 2014
                                      Holmstedt, Robert D. Analyzing זֶה Grammar and Reading זֶה Texts of Ps 68:9 and Judg 5:5 show/hide abstract 14 8 2014
                                      Sanders, Paul The Ashkar-Gilson Manuscript: Remnant of a Proto-Masoretic Model Scroll of the Torah show/hide abstract 14 7 2014
                                      Silverman, Jason M. Vetting the Priest in Zechariah 3: The Satan between Divine and Achaemenid Administrations show/hide abstract 14 6 2014
                                      Zimran, Yisca “The Lord Has Rejected You As King Over Israel”: Saul' Deposal from the Throneshow/hide abstract 14 5 2014
                                      Wagner, Thomas Recounting חידות מני־קדם in Psalm 78: What Are the “Riddles” About? show/hide abstract 14 4 2014
                                      Chavel, Simeon Prophetic Imagination in the Light of Narratology and Disability Studies in Isaiah 40-48show/hide abstract 14 3 2014
                                      Scolnic, Benjamin Antiochus IV and the Three Horns in Daniel 7show/hide abstract 14 2 2014
                                      Berger, Yitzhak Chiasm and Meaning in 1 Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 14 1 2014
                                      Berman, Joshua Double Meaning in the Parable of the Poor Man's Ewe (2 Sam 12:1–4)show/hide abstract 13 14 2013
                                      Frisch, Amos Malbim's Approach to the Sins of Biblical Personagesshow/hide abstract 13 13 2013
                                      Farber, Zev Jerubaal, Jacob and the Battle for Shechem: A Tradition Historyshow/hide abstract 13 12 2013
                                      Renz, Thomas An Emendation of Hab. 2:4a in the light of Hab 1:5show/hide abstract 13 11 2013
                                      Gadot, Yuval, Yuval Goren and Oded Lipschits A 7th Century BCE Bulla Fragment From Area D3 in The ‘City Of David’/Silwan show/hide abstract 13 10 2013
                                      Gonzalez, Hervé Zechariah 9–14 and the Continuation of Zechariah during the Ptolemaic Period show/hide abstract 13 9 2013
                                      Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen Creation in Collision? Isaiah 40–48 and Zoroastrianism, Babylonian Religion and Genesis 1 show/hide abstract 13 8 2013
                                      Tyson, Craig W. Josephus, Antiquities 10.180-82, Jeremiah, and Nebuchadnezzar show/hide abstract 13 7 2013
                                      Watts, James W. Scripturalization and the Aaronide Dynastiesshow/hide abstract 13 6 2013
                                      Nir, Rivka “It Is Not Right For a Man Who Worships God to Repay His Neighbor Evil For Evil”: Christian Ethics in Joseph and Aseneth (Chapters 22–29)show/hide abstract 13 5 2013
                                      Andrason, Alex An Optative Indicative? A Real Factual Past? Toward A Cognitive-Typological Approach to the Precative Qatalshow/hide abstract 13 4 2013
                                      Harrington, Hannah K. The Use of Leviticus in Ezra-Nehemiahshow/hide abstract 13 3 2013
                                      Rezetko, Robert The Qumran Scrolls of the Book of Judges: Literary Formation, Textual Criticism, and Historical Linguisticsshow/hide abstract 13 2 2013
                                      Cataldo, Jeremiah W. Yahweh’s Breast: Interpreting Haggai’s Temple through Melanie Klein’s Projective Identification Theoryshow/hide abstract 13 1 2013
                                      Cornell, Collin R. God and the Sea in Job 38show/hide abstract 12 18 2012
                                      Winther-Nielsen, Nicolai Stones on Display in Joshua 6: The Linguistic Tree Constructor as a “PLOT” Toolshow/hide abstract 12 17 2012
                                      Charney, Davida Keeping the Faithful: Persuasive Strategies in Psalms 4 and 62show/hide abstract 12 16 2012
                                      Knohl, Israel Psalm 68: Structure, Composition and Geographyshow/hide abstract 12 15 2012
                                      Gottlieb, Isaac B. Medieval Jewish Exegesis on Dual Incipitsshow/hide abstract 12 14 2012
                                      Avioz, Michael The “Spring of the Year” (2 Chronicles 36:10) and the Chronicler's Sourcesshow/hide abstract 12 13 2012
                                      Assis, Elie The Structure of Zechariah 8 and its Meaningshow/hide abstract 12 12 2012
                                      Cox, Benjamin D. and Susan Ackerman Micah's Teraphimshow/hide abstract 12 11 2012
                                      de Jong, Matthijs J. The Fallacy of ‘True and False’ in Prophecy Illustrated by Jer 28:8–9show/hide abstract 12 10 2012
                                      Hutton, Jeremy M. and Safwat Marzouk The Morphology of the tG-Stem in Hebrew and tirgaltî in Hos 11:3show/hide abstract 12 9 2012
                                      Andrason, Alexander Making It Sound—The Performative Qatal and its Explanation show/hide abstract 12 8 2012
                                      Chapman, Cynthia R. “Oh that you were like a brother to me, one who had nursed at my mother’s breasts” Breast Milk as a Kinship-Forging Substanceshow/hide abstract 12 7 2012
                                      Oswald, Wolfgang Foreign Marriages and Citizenship in Persian Period Judahshow/hide abstract 12 6 2012
                                      Evans, Paul S. History in the Eye of the Beholder? Social Location and Allegations of Racial/Colonial Biases in Reconstructions of Sennacherib’s Invasion of Judahshow/hide abstract 12 5 2012
                                      Lipschits, Oded Archaeological Facts, Historical Speculations and the Date of the LMLK Storage Jars: A Rejoinder to David Ussishkinshow/hide abstract 12 4 2012
                                      Berge, Kåre Literacy, Utopia and Memory: Is There a Public Teaching in Deuteronomy?show/hide abstract 12 3 2012
                                      Bridge, Edward J. Female Slave vs Female Slave: אָמָה and שִׁפְחָה in the HBshow/hide abstract 12 2 2012
                                      Wolters, Al The Meaning of ṢANTĔRÔT (Zech 4:12)show/hide abstract 12 1 2012
                                      Stackert, Jeffrey Compositional Strata in the Priestly Sabbath: Exodus 31:12-17 and 35:1-3show/hide abstract 11 15 2011
                                      Holmstedt, Robert D. The Typological Classification of the Hebrew of Genesis: Subject-Verb or Verb-Subject?show/hide abstract 11 14 2011
                                      Sutskover, Talia Lot and His Daughters (Gen 19:30–38). Further Literary and Stylistic Examinationsshow/hide abstract 11 13 2011
                                      Finkelstein, Israel, Ido Koch and Oded Lipschits The Mound on the Mount: A Possible Solution to the “Problem with Jerusalem”show/hide abstract 11 12 2011
                                      Shalom-Guy, Hava The Call Narratives of Gideon and Moses: Literary Convention or More?show/hide abstract 11 11 2011
                                      Wallace, Robert E. The Narrative Effect of Psalms 84–89show/hide abstract 11 10 2011
                                      van Wolde, Ellen and Robert Rezetko Semantics and the Semantics of ברא: A Rejoinder to the Arguments Advanced by B. Becking and M. Korpelshow/hide abstract 11 9 2011
                                      Andrason, Alexander Biblical Hebrew Wayyiqtol: A Dynamic Definitionshow/hide abstract 11 8 2011
                                      Frisch, Amos Comparison With David as a Means of Evaluating Character in the Book of Kingsshow/hide abstract 11 7 2011
                                      Ganzel, Tova The Shattered Dream. The Prophecies of Joel: A Bridge between Ezekiel and Haggai?show/hide abstract 11 6 2011
                                      Garsiel, Moshe David’s Elite Warriors and Their Exploits in the Books of Samuel and Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 11 5 2011
                                      Bachmann, Veronika The Book of The Watchers (1 Enoch 1–36): An Anti-Mosaic, Non-Mosaic, or Even Pro-Mosaic Writing?show/hide abstract 11 4 2011
                                      Campos, Martha E. Structure and Meaning in the Third Vision of Amos (7:7–17)show/hide abstract 11 3 2011
                                      Doak, Brian R. “Some Worthless and Reckless Fellows”: Landlessness and Parasocial Leadership in Judgesshow/hide abstract 11 2 2011
                                      Assis, Elie Zechariah 8 and its Allusions to Jeremiah 30–33 and Deutero-Isaiahshow/hide abstract 11 1 2011
                                      Finkelstein, Israel Archaeology as a High Court in Ancient Israelite History: A Reply to Nadav Na’amanshow/hide abstract 10 19 2010
                                      Samet, Nili “The Tallest Man Cannot Reach Heaven; the Broadest Man Cannot Cover Earth” – Reconsidering the Proverb and its Biblical Parallelsshow/hide abstract 10 18 2010
                                      Melvin, David P. Divine Mediation and the Rise of Civilization in Mesopotamian Literature and in Genesis 1–11show/hide abstract 10 17 2010
                                      Frankel, David El as the Speaking Voice in Psalm 82:6–8show/hide abstract 10 16 2010
                                      Assis, Elie Zechariah 8 As Revision and Digest of Zechariah 1–7show/hide abstract 10 15 2010
                                      Vermeulen, Karolien Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. Who Is The Craftiest To Go?show/hide abstract 10 14 2010
                                      Miller, Marvin Lloyd Nehemiah 5: A Response to Philippe Guillaumeshow/hide abstract 10 13 2010
                                      Hutzli, Jürg Tradition and Interpretation in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 12 2010
                                      Landy, Francis Three Sides of a Coin: In Conversation with Ben Zvi And Nogalski, Two Sides of a Coinshow/hide abstract 10 11 2010
                                      Andrason, Alexander The Panchronic Yiqtol: Functionally Consistent and Cognitively Plausibleshow/hide abstract 10 10 2010
                                      Olyan, Saul M. (ed.) In Conversation With Joshua A. Berman, Created Equal: How the Bible Broke With Ancient Political Thought (Oxford University Press, 2008).show/hide abstract 10 9 2010
                                      Guillaume, Philippe Nehemiah 5: No Economic Crisisshow/hide abstract 10 8 2010
                                      Hobson, Russell Jeremiah 41 and the Ammonite Allianceshow/hide abstract 10 7 2010
                                      Shemesh, Yael “And Many Beasts” (Jonah 4:11): The Function and Status of Animals in the Book of Jonahshow/hide abstract 10 6 2010
                                      Garsiel, Moshe The Book of Samuel: Its Composition, Structure and Significance as a Historiographical Sourceshow/hide abstract 10 5 2010
                                      Kletter, Raz and Gideon Solimani Archaeology and Professional Ethical Codes in Israel in the mid 80s: The Case of the Association of Archaeologists in Israel and Its Code of Ethicsshow/hide abstract 10 4 2010
                                      Becking, Bob and Marjo C.A. Korpel To Create, to Separate or to Construct: An Alternative for a Recent Proposal as to the Interpretation of ברא in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 3 2010
                                      Broida, Marian Closure in Samsonshow/hide abstract 10 2 2010
                                      Amar Zohar, Ram Bouchnick and Guy Bar-Oz The Contribution of Archaeozoology to the Identification of the Ritually Clean Ungulates Mentioned in The Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 10 1 2010
                                      Van Seters, John A Response to G. Aichelle, P. Miscall and R. Walsh, “An Elephant in the Room: Historical-Critical and the Postmodern Interpretations of the Bible”show/hide abstract 9 26 2009
                                      Savran, George Multivocality in Group Speech in Biblical Narrativeshow/hide abstract 9 25 2009
                                      Finkelstein, Israel Persian Period Jerusalem and Yehud: A Rejoindershow/hide abstract 9 24 2009
                                      Renz, Thomas A Perfectly Broken Acrostic in Nahum 1?show/hide abstract 9 23 2009
                                      Vermeulen, Karolien To See or Not To See. The Polysemy of the Word עין in the Isaac Narratives (Gen 17–35)show/hide abstract 9 22 2009
                                      Pinker, Aron Intrusion of Ptolemaic Reality on Cultic Practices in Qoh 4:17show/hide abstract 9 21 2009
                                      Lipschits, Oded Persian Period Finds from Jerusalem: Facts and Interpretationsshow/hide abstract 9 20 2009
                                      Holmstedt, Robert D. אני ולבי-The Syntactic Encoding of the Collaborative Nature of Qohelet's Experimentshow/hide abstract 9 19 2009
                                      Knauf, Ernst Axel Observations on Judah's Social and Economic History and the Dating of the Laws in Deuteronomyshow/hide abstract 9 18 2009
                                      Person Jr., Raymond F. (ed.) In Conversation With Thomas Römer, The So-Called Deuteronomistic History: A Sociological, Historical And Literary Introduction (London: T. & T. Clark, 2005).show/hide abstract 9 17 2009
                                      Guillaume, Philippe Lamentations 5: The Seventh Acrosticshow/hide abstract 9 16 2009
                                      Becking, Bob God-Talk for a Disillusioned Pilgrim in Psalm 121show/hide abstract 9 15 2009
                                      Olyan, Saul M. The Ascription of Physical Disability as a Stigmatizing Strategy in Biblical Iconic Polemicsshow/hide abstract 9 14 2003
                                      Gow, Andrew C. The Contested History of a Book: The German Bible of the Later Middle Ages and Reformation in Legend, Ideology, and Scholarshipshow/hide abstract 9 13 2009
                                      Kennedy, James M. Psalm 29 as Semiotic System: A Linguistic Readingshow/hide abstract 9 12 2009
                                      Boda, Mark J. (ed.) In Conversation with Steven Schweitzer, Reading Utopia in Chronicles (LHBOTS, 442; London: T. & T. Clark International, 2007)show/hide abstract 9 11 2009
                                      Gilmour, Rachelle Suspense and Anticipation in 1 Samuel 9:1–14show/hide abstract 9 10 2009
                                      Timmer, Daniel The Intertextual Israelite Jonah Face À L'empire: The Post-Colonial Significance of The Book's Cotexts and Purported Neo-Assyrian Contextshow/hide abstract 9 9 2009
                                      Spronk, Klaas Jonah, Nahum, and the Book of the Twelve: A Response to Jakob Wöhrleshow/hide abstract 9 8 2009
                                      Wöhrle, Jakob A Prophetic Reflection on Divine Forgiveness: The Integration of the Book of Jonah into the Book of the Twelveshow/hide abstract 9 7 2009
                                      Guillaume, Philippe Rhetorical Reading Redundant: A Response to Ehud Ben Zvishow/hide abstract 9 6 2009
                                      Ben Zvi, Ehud Jonah 4:11 and the Metaprophetic Character of the Book of Jonahshow/hide abstract 9 5 2009
                                      Bolin, Thomas M. Eternal Delight and Deliciousness: The Book of Jonah After Ten Yearsshow/hide abstract 9 4 2009
                                      Guillaume, Philippe Arguing under the Qiqayon: An Introduction to a Set of Articles on Jonahshow/hide abstract 9 3 2009
                                      Athas, George In Search of the Seventy ‘Weeks’ of Daniel 9show/hide abstract 9 2 2009
                                      Christian, Mark A. Priestly Power that Empowers: Michel Foucault, Middle-tier Levites, and the Sociology of “Popular Religious Groups” in Israelshow/hide abstract 9 1 2009
                                      Young, Ian Late Biblical Hebrew And The Qumran Pesher Habakkukshow/hide abstract 8 25 2008
                                      Na'aman, Nadav Shaaraim - The Gateway To The Kingdom Of Judahshow/hide abstract 8 24 2008
                                      Steinmann, Andrew E. Letters of Kings about Votive Offerings, The God of Israel and the Aramaic Document in Ezra 4:8–6:18show/hide abstract 8 23 2008
                                      Garfinkel, Yosef and Saar Ganor Khirbet Qeiyafa: Sha`arayimshow/hide abstract 8 22 2008
                                      Na'aman, Nadav In Search of the Ancient Name of Khirbet Qeiyafashow/hide abstract 8 21 2008
                                      Dobbs-Allsopp, F. W. Psalm 133: A (Close) Readingshow/hide abstract 8 20 2008
                                      Assis, Elie The Temple in the Book of Haggaishow/hide abstract 8 19 2008
                                      Avioz, Michael Saul as a Just Judge in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jewsshow/hide abstract 8 18 2008
                                      Kline, Moshe “The Editor was Nodding” A Reading of Leviticus 19 in Memory of Mary Douglasshow/hide abstract 8 17 2008
                                      Jacobs, Jonathan Characterizing Esther from the Outset: The Contribution of the Story in Esther 2:1–20show/hide abstract 8 16 2008
                                      Römer, Thomas Moses Outside the Torah and the Construction of a Diaspora Identityshow/hide abstract 8 15 2008
                                      Basser, Herb Did Rashi Notice a Janus Parallelism in Ezek 20:37?show/hide abstract 8 14 2008
                                      Scatolini Apóstolo, Silvio Sergio Imagining Ezekielshow/hide abstract 8 13 2008
                                      Wright, David P. Deciphering a Definition: The Syntagmatic Structural Analysis of Ritual in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 12 2008
                                      Schmitt, Rüdiger The Problem of Magic and Monotheism in the Book of Leviticusshow/hide abstract 8 11 2008
                                      Olyan, Saul M. Mary Douglas's Holiness/Wholeness Paradigm: Its Potential for Insight and its Limitationsshow/hide abstract 8 10 2008
                                      Marx, Alfred The Relationship between the Sacrificial Laws and the Other Laws in Leviticus 19show/hide abstract 8 9 2008
                                      Hendel, Ronald Mary Douglas and Anthropological Modernismshow/hide abstract 8 8 2008
                                      Hendel, Ronald and Saul M. Olyan Beyond Purity and Danger: Mary Douglas and The Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 7 2008
                                      Pinker, Aron The Doings of the Wicked in Qohelet 8:10show/hide abstract 8 6 2008
                                      Shemesh, Yael Elisha Stories as Saints' Legendsshow/hide abstract 8 5 2008
                                      Shemesh, Yael Elisha and The Miraculous Jug of Oil(2 Kgs 4:1–7)show/hide abstract 8 4 2008
                                      Cook, John A. The Vav-Prefixed Verb Forms in Elementary Hebrew Grammarshow/hide abstract 8 3 2008
                                      Kletter, Raz The Friends of Antiquities (in Heb. נאמני עתיקות): The Story of an Israeli Volunteer Group and Comparative Remarksshow/hide abstract 8 2 2008
                                      Stein, David E. S. The Noun אִישׁ ('îš) in Biblical Hebrew: A Term of Affiliationshow/hide abstract 8 1 2008
                                      Guillaume, Philippe A Reconsideration of Manuscripts Classified as Scrolls of the Twelve Minor Prophets (XII)show/hide abstract 7 16 2007
                                      Guillaume, Philippe The Unlikely Malachi-Jonah Sequence (4QXIIa)show/hide abstract 7 15 2007
                                      Ben Zvi, Ehud (ed.) Rereading Oracles of God: Twenty Years After John Barton, Oracles of God: Perceptions of Prophecy in Israel after the Exile (London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1986)show/hide abstract 7 14 2007
                                      Bodner, Keith Crime Scene Investigation: A Text-Critical Mystery and the Strange Death of Ishboshethshow/hide abstract 7 13 2007
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Revisiting the Composition of Ezra-Nehemiah: In Conversation with Jacob Wright's Rebuilding Identity: The Nehemiah Memoir and its Earliest Readers (BZAW, 348; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2004)show/hide abstract 7 12 2007
                                      Assis, Elie Composition, Rhetoric and Theology in Haggai 1:1–11show/hide abstract 7 11 2007
                                      Leuchter, Mark (ed.) Scribes Before and After 587 BCE: A Conversationshow/hide abstract 7 10 2007
                                      Van Seters, John Author or Redactor?show/hide abstract 7 9 2007
                                      Pinker, Aron A Goat to Go to Azazelshow/hide abstract 7 8 2007
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Expatriates, Repatriates, and the Question of Zion's Status – In Conversation with Melody D. Knowles, Centrality Practiced: Jerusalem in the Religious Practices of Yehud and the Diaspora in the Persian Period (Atlanta, SBL, 2006).show/hide abstract 7 7 2007
                                      Boer, Roland Keeping It Literal: The Economy of the Song of Songsshow/hide abstract 7 6 2007
                                      Sneed, Mark "White Trash” Wisdom: Proverbs 9 Deconstructedshow/hide abstract 7 5 2007
                                      Noegel, Scott B. “Word Play” in Qohelethshow/hide abstract 7 4 2007
                                      Fried, Lisbeth S. Did Second Temple High Priests Possess the Urim and Thummim?show/hide abstract 7 3 2007
                                      Vanderhooft, David (ed.) In Conversation with Oded Lipschits, The Fall and Rise of Jerusalem (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005)show/hide abstract 7 2 2007
                                      Henige, David Found But Not Lost: A Skeptical Note on the Document Discovered in the Temple Under Josiahshow/hide abstract 7 1 2007
                                      Holmstedt, Robert D. Issues in the Linguistic Analysis of a Dead Language, with Particular Reference to Ancient Hebrewshow/hide abstract 6 11 2006
                                      Wöhrle, Jakob The Formation and Intention of the Haggai-Zechariah Corpusshow/hide abstract 6 10 2006
                                      Gilders, William K. Why Does Eleazar Sprinkle the Red Cow Blood? Making Sense of a Biblical Ritualshow/hide abstract 6 9 2006
                                      Pinker, Aron Nahum and the Greek Tradition on Nineveh's Fallshow/hide abstract 6 8 2006
                                      Scatolini Apóstolo, Silvio Sergio On The Elusiveness and Malleability of “Israel”show/hide abstract 6 7 2006
                                      Tebes, Juan Manuel “You Shall Not Abhor an Edomite, for He is Your Brother”: The Tradition of Esau and the Edomite Genealogies from an Anthropological Perspectiveshow/hide abstract 6 6 2006
                                      Benun, Ronald Evil and the Disruption of Order: A Structural Analysis of the Acrostics in the First Book of Psalmsshow/hide abstract 6 5 2006
                                      Carr, David M. (ed.) The State of the Field of Hebrew Bible Study: In Conversation with John J. Collins, The Bible After Babel: Historical Criticism in a Postmodern Age (Eerdmans, 2005)show/hide abstract 6 4 2006
                                      Kim, Yung Suk Lex Talionis in Exod 21:22–25: Its Origin and Contextshow/hide abstract 6 3 2006
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Chronicles and the Chronicler: A Response to I. Kalimi, An Ancient Israelite Historian: Studies in the Chronicler, his Time, Place and Writingshow/hide abstract 6 2 2006
                                      Pinker, Aron The Core Story in the Prologue-Epilogue of the Book of Jobshow/hide abstract 6 1 2006
                                      Knowles, Melody D. (ed.) New Studies in Chronicles: A Discussion of Two Recently-Published Commentariesshow/hide abstract 5 20 2005
                                      Assis, Elie “The Hand of a Woman”: Deborah and Yael (Judges 4)show/hide abstract 5 19 2005
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) In Conversation with W. M. Schniedewind, How the Bible Became a Book: The Textualization of Ancient Israel (Cambridge, 2003)show/hide abstract 5 18 2005
                                      Davies, Philip. R. The Origin of Biblical Israelshow/hide abstract 5 17 2005
                                      Avioz, Michael Could Saul Rule Forever? A New Look at 1 Samuel 13:13–14show/hide abstract 5 16 2005
                                      Britt, Brian Death, Social Conflict, and the Barley Harvest in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 5 15 2005
                                      Kummerow, David Job, Hopeful or Hopeless? The Significance of גם in Job 16:19 and Job's Changing Conceptions of Deathshow/hide abstract 5 14 2005
                                      Guillaume, Philippe Tracing the Origin of the Sabbatical Calendar in the Priestly Narrative (Genesis 1 to Joshua 5)show/hide abstract 5 13 2005
                                      Pinker, Aron On the meaning of קשת נחושהshow/hide abstract 5 12 2005
                                      Landy, Francis A Rejoinder to A. Brenner, “Regulating ‘Sons’ and ‘Daughters’ in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some Preliminary Insights”show/hide abstract 5 11 2005
                                      Brenner, Athalya Regulating ‘Sons’ and ‘Daughters’ in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some Preliminary Insightsshow/hide abstract 5 10 2005
                                      Guillaume, Philippe New Light on the Nebiim from Alexandria: A Chronography to Replace the Deuteronomistic Historyshow/hide abstract 5 9 2004
                                      Noegel, Scott Geminate Ballast and Clustering: An Unrecognized Literary Feature in Ancient Semitic Poetryshow/hide abstract 5 8 2004
                                      Pinker, Aron The Hard "Sell” in Nah 3:4show/hide abstract 5 7 2004
                                      Schniedewind, William M. Prolegomena for the Sociolinguistics of Classical Hebrewshow/hide abstract 5 6 2004
                                      Doudna, Greg Ostraca KhQ1 and KhQ2 from the Cemetary of Qumran: A New Editionshow/hide abstract 5 5 2004
                                      Grayson, A. Kirk Shalmaneser III and the Levantine States: The Damascus Coalition Rebellion"show/hide abstract 5 4 2004
                                      Haase, Ingrid M. Uzzah's Rebellionshow/hide abstract 5 3 2004
                                      Linville, James R. Letting the “Bi-word” “Rule” in Joel 2:17show/hide abstract 5 2 2004
                                      Najm, S. & Ph. Guillaume Jubilee Calendar Rescued from The Flood Narrativeshow/hide abstract 5 1 2004
                                      Malul, Meir Ledabbēr baššelî (2 Sam. 3:27) "to Talk Peace”show/hide abstract 4 8 2002
                                      Pinker, Aron Upon an Attack in Nahum 2:2show/hide abstract 4 7 2002
                                      Leuchter, Mark Something Old, Something Older: Reconsidering 1 Sam. 2:27–36show/hide abstract 4 6 2002
                                      Kletter, Raz A Very General Archaeologist - Moshe Dayan and Israeli Archaeologyshow/hide abstract 4 5 2002
                                      Liss, Hanna Undisclosed Speech: Patterns of Communication in the Book of Isaiahshow/hide abstract 4 4 2002
                                      Mitchell, Christine Accession in Chronicles: Transformations in Meaning: Solomon's Accession in Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 4 3 2002
                                      Heard, R. Christopher Echoes of Genesis in 1 Chronicles 4:9–10: An Intertextual and Contextual Reading of Jabez's Prayershow/hide abstract 4 2 2002
                                      Lipschits, Oded “Jehoiakim Slept with His Fathers…” - Did He?show/hide abstract 4 1 2002
                                      Boda, Mark J. Oil, Crowns and Thrones: Prophet, Priest and Kingin Zechariah 1:7–6:15show/hide abstract 3 10 2001
                                      Cohn Eskenazi, Tamara Nehemiah 9–10: Structure and Significanceshow/hide abstract 3 9 2001
                                      Scatolini, Silvio Sergio Delimiting the Countours of Israel in Ezek 12:21–15 and 12:26–28show/hide abstract 3 8 2001
                                      Huddlestun, John R. Unveiling the Versions: The Tactics of Tamar in Genesis 38:15show/hide abstract 3 7 2001
                                      de Caën, Vincent Hebrew Linguistics and Biblical Criticism: A Minimalist Programmeshow/hide abstract 3 6 2001
                                      Bauer, Uwe F. W. A Metaphorical Etiology in Judges 18:12show/hide abstract 3 5 2001
                                      Knoppers, Gary N. “Great Among His Brothers,” but Who is He? Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah?show/hide abstract 3 4 2000
                                      Jenkins, Allan K. Erasmus' Commentary on Psalm 2show/hide abstract 3 3 2000
                                      Wesselius, Jan-Wim Towards a New History of Israelshow/hide abstract 3 2 2000
                                      Lemche, Niels Peter On the Problems of Reconstructing Pre-Hellenistic Israelite (Palestinian) Historyshow/hide abstract 3 1 2000
                                      Rendsburg, Gary A. Confused Language as a Deliberate Literary Device in Biblical Hebrew Narrativeshow/hide abstract 2 6 1999
                                      Landy, Francis Leviticus, Deconstruction and the Bodyshow/hide abstract 2 5 1999
                                      Bergen, David A. Bakhtin Revisits Deuteronomy: Narrative Theory and the Dialogical Event of Deut 31:2 and 34:7show/hide abstract 2 4 1999
                                      Linville, James R. On the Nature of Rethinking Prophetic Literature: Stirring a Neglected Stew (A Response to David L. Petersen)show/hide abstract 2 3 1999
                                      Bauer, Uwe F. W. Anti-Jewish Interpretations of Psalm 1 in Luther and in Modern German Protestantismshow/hide abstract 2 2 1998
                                      Sweeney, Marvin A. A Form-Critical Rereading of Hoseashow/hide abstract 2 1 1998
                                      Lee, Bernon A Specific Application of the Proverb in Ecclesiastes 1:15show/hide abstract 1 6 1997
                                      Davies, Philip R Loose Canons. Reflections on the Formation of the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 1 5 1997
                                      Fox, Michael V. What Happens in Qohelet 4:13–16?show/hide abstract 1 4 1997
                                      de Tillesse, Caetano Minette The Conquest of Power: Analysis of David and Solomon's Accession Historiesshow/hide abstract 1 3 1997
                                      Miller, Cynthia L., Kenneth M. Craig Jr. and Raymond F. Person Jr. Conversation Analysis and the Book of Jonah:A Conversationshow/hide abstract 1 2 1997
                                      Utzschneider, Helmut Text - Reader - Author. Towards a Theory of Exegesis: Some European Viewsshow/hide abstract 1 1 1996

                                      Cuneiform Commentaries Project Newsletter (June 2017)

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                                      June 29, 2017
                                      Dear subscribers,
                                      Several new texts have recently been added to the corpus of the Cuneiform Commentaries Project (http://ccp.yale.edu). Please find a list below.
                                      We would like to renew our invitation for Assyriologists around the world to contribute their editions of commentary tablets, for which they will receive full credit.
                                      Best wishes,
                                      Mary Frazer
                                      Senior Editor of the Cuneiform Commentaries Project
                                      CCP 1.4 (Theodicy): The Theodicy is one of the most sophisticated literary texts in the long history of Mesopotamian belles lettres. Written as an acrostic in a very rigid metric structure, the conciseness of the poetic diction of the poem, combined with its taste for obscure words and abstruse metaphors, meant that its understanding posed a challenge for generations of scribes. (Read more)
                                      CCP 3.1.5.B (Enūma Anu Enlil 5 (?) B): The tablet Rm 2, 302 is a fragment of a portrait-oriented tablet in Babylonian script, published as source m of EAE 5 (Tablet 5 of Enūma Anu Enlil),1 is re-edited here because it seems to include at least three commentarial explanations (ll. 38′-39′ and 42′). (Read more)
                                      CCP 3.1.5.F (Enūma Anu Enlil 5 (?) F): This small fragment in Neo-Assyrian script, edited by L. Verderame as source c of EAE 5, preserves the beginnings of several omens derived from the appearance of the moon’s horns, as well as the beginnings of a few commentarial explanations. The explanations are indented, which is the typical format of mukallimtu-commentaries from Nineveh. (Read more)
                                      CCP 3.1.55.B (Enūma Anu Enlil 55 B): Large fragment in Neo-Assyrian script containing all or parts of the first twenty seven lines of a commentary on EAE 55 (according to the Nineveh numbering system) on its obverse, and parts of the commentary’s last seven lines on its reverse. The tablet consists of three fragments (K.2314 + K.6519 + K.15255), joined by E. Reiner and W. G. Lambert. The commentary is followed by a two-line rubric and the remains of an Ashurbanipal colophon (possibly ‘Typ i-k’ = BAK no. 323). (Read more)
                                      CCP 4.2.Q (Therapeutic (šumma amēlu qāt eṭemmi iṣbassū-ma), bulṭu bīt Dābibi Q): A one-column tablet containing a commentary on If the hand of a ghost has seized a man, part of the poorly known therapeutic series Cures from the House of Dābibī. Unlike other commentaries on Cures from the House of Dābibi (CCP 4.2.B, CCP 4.2.G and CCP 4.2.P), the scribe of this manuscript does not identify the base text by means of a particular (pirsu) or tablet number of the larger series. (Read more)

                                      Open Access Journal: Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES

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                                      Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES
                                      ISSN: 1214-3189
                                      ISSN: 1801-3899
                                      Prague Egyptological Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal produced biannually by the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts at the Charles University. The Czech version of the journal is published regularly since 2002 and informs the Czech and Slovak audience about the current research in Egypt and Sudan.
                                      Starting in 2015, an English edition focusing on the Third Millennium BC, has been published annually. The English edition of the journal concentrates on studies in the history, archaeology, architecture, religion, language and art of the Third Millennium BC Egypt, with the hope of becoming one of the key scholarly journals for this period. In addition to the main archaeological emphasis, we also welcome primary studies focusing on the wider interdisciplinary scope of Egyptology, such as North-African environmental archaeology, archaeozoology and archaeobotany, as well as new research in applied sciences. From 2017, the journal shall also include book reviews concerning recently published monographs in the above-mentioned fields.
                                      The English edition of the journal shall focus on publishing relevant excavation reports and, at the same time, will aim to publish excellent, primary-research studies focusing on selected problems connected with archaeology and interdisciplinary aspects of the Third Millennium BC Egypt. The first English edition was published in 2015 (no. XV), followed by the second one in 2016 (no. XVII). The third English edition is planned for year 2017 (no. XIX).
                                      In 2016, the journal was enhanced from the point of its graphic forms and equipped with a limited amount of colour plates in order to publish select photos and visualisations whose value would be lost in black-and-white colour.

                                        2016 (17)

                                        REPORTS
                                        Abusir 3D survey 2015(Yukinori Kawae – Yoshihiro Yasumuro – Ichiroh Kanaya – Hiroshige Dan – Fumito Chiba), p. 3-11  
                                        Archaeological excavation of tomb AC 31 in Abusir Centre. A preliminary report(Jaromír Krejčí), p. 12-23  
                                        Sculptures from the pyramid complex of Djedkare Isesi at South Saqqara. A preliminary report(Mohamed Megahed), p. 24-33  
                                        EULOGY
                                        In memoriam Eugen Strouhal (24.1.1931 – 20.10.2016) – physician, anthropologist, archaeologist(Miroslav Verner), p. 34-35  

                                          Open Access Monograph Series: Abusir

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                                          The Abusir Series
                                          Abusir_I
                                          Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir I. The Mastaba of Ptahshepses: Reliefs, vol. I-II
                                          Charles University, Prague 1982
                                          This two-volume work is dedicated to the analysis and publication of the reliefs preserved in situ in the area of the mastaba of Ptahshepses. The first volume contains the text, the second consists of the drawings of the individual reliefs.
                                          Abusir_II Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir II. Baugraffiti der Ptahschepses Mastaba
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1992
                                          The publication of building graffiti found on the walls of the Mastaba of Ptahshepses. Building graffiti represent an important source of information about the organization of ancient Egyptian construction works, their creation and the people who had built them.
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                                          Abusir_III Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir III. The Pyramid Complex of Khentkaus
                                          Charles University in Prague and Academia, Prague 1995
                                          The unique pyramid complex of Khentkaus (the ‘mother of two kings’ who lived around 2500 BC) was discovered by the Czech Institute of Egyptology in 1976. This volume provides the final report on the excavation as well as specialist reports on the masons’ marks, the fragments of papyri and reliefs, and the sealings. It also contains an evaluation of the architectural remains and some conclusions about what this find tells us about Egyptian history at the beginning of the 5th Dynasty.
                                          Abusir_IV Ladislav Bareš
                                          Abusir IV. The Shaft Tomb of Udjahorresnet
                                          Charles University in Prague, Prague 1999
                                          This report describes work in the 1980s and 1990s on the tomb of Udjahorresnet, a prominent official who participated in the Persian occupation of Egypt around 525 BC and may even have been one of their main collaborators. As well as chapters on the results of excavations, on the development of the Saite-Persian shaft tomb tradition, and the finds, this book presents a full review of what we know about this colourful 1st Millennium BC figure.
                                          Abusir_V Miroslav Bárta
                                          Abusir V. The Cemeteries at Abusir South I
                                          Set Out and the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 2001
                                          This report describes work carried out between 1991 and 1993 on a number of Old Kingdom tombs, mostly of lesser officials. Each tomb is given a full treatment with archaeology, architecture, decoration, epigraphic descriptions and a catalogue of significant finds, with the exception of pottery, which will be published separately. The volume is illustrated with line drawings. Contents: The tomb of Ity; the Lake of Abusir tombs; the tomb of Fetekty and adjacent tomb complexes; the tomb of Kaaper; some taphonomic, demographic and pathologic aspects of the skeletons from mastaba tombs at Abusir South; Palaeographic table; Indexes: Royal names, non-royal names, titles and epithets, gods, tombs.
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                                          Abusir_VI Miroslav Verner – Vivienne G. Callender
                                          Abusir VI. Djedkare’s Family Cemetery
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology and Set Out, Prague 2002
                                          This volume contains the results of excavations at the Djedkare’s family cemetery at Abusir, arranged by individual tomb. Verner and Callender describe the structure and archaeology of the tomb including plans of the rooms, its owner, wall paintings and finds from the tomb. These chapters are succeeded by a discussion of the chronology of the tombs, a typology and details on the skeletal remains. Appendices look at the role of female members of the Djedkare family in the old Kingdom.

                                          Digital Library: Electronic Publications of the Czech Institute of Egyptology

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                                          [First posted in AWOL 13 September 2011, updated 30 June 2017]

                                           Electronic Publications of the Czech Institute of Egyptology
                                          • The publications of the members of Czech Institute of Egyptology are available also through  Academia.
                                            Publication Programme of Czech Institute of Egyptology in Arabic

                                          The Abusir Series

                                          Abusir_I  Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir I. The Mastaba of Ptahshepses: Reliefs, vol. I-II
                                          Charles University, Prague 1982
                                          This two-volume work is dedicated to the analysis and publication of the reliefs preserved in situ in the area of the mastaba of Ptahshepses. The first volume contains the text, the second consists of the drawings of the individual reliefs.
                                          Abusir_II Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir II. Baugraffiti der Ptahschepses Mastaba
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1992
                                          The publication of building graffiti found on the walls of the Mastaba of Ptahshepses. Building graffiti represent an important source of information about the organization of ancient Egyptian construction works, their creation and the people who had built them.
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                                          Abusir_III Miroslav Verner
                                          Abusir III. The Pyramid Complex of Khentkaus
                                          Charles University in Prague and Academia, Prague 1995
                                          The unique pyramid complex of Khentkaus (the ‘mother of two kings’ who lived around 2500 BC) was discovered by the Czech Institute of Egyptology in 1976. This volume provides the final report on the excavation as well as specialist reports on the masons’ marks, the fragments of papyri and reliefs, and the sealings. It also contains an evaluation of the architectural remains and some conclusions about what this find tells us about Egyptian history at the beginning of the 5th Dynasty.
                                          Abusir_IV Ladislav Bareš
                                          Abusir IV. The Shaft Tomb of Udjahorresnet
                                          Charles University in Prague, Prague 1999
                                          This report describes work in the 1980s and 1990s on the tomb of Udjahorresnet, a prominent official who participated in the Persian occupation of Egypt around 525 BC and may even have been one of their main collaborators. As well as chapters on the results of excavations, on the development of the Saite-Persian shaft tomb tradition, and the finds, this book presents a full review of what we know about this colourful 1st Millennium BC figure.
                                          Abusir_V Miroslav Bárta
                                          Abusir V. The Cemeteries at Abusir South I
                                          Set Out and the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 2001
                                          This report describes work carried out between 1991 and 1993 on a number of Old Kingdom tombs, mostly of lesser officials. Each tomb is given a full treatment with archaeology, architecture, decoration, epigraphic descriptions and a catalogue of significant finds, with the exception of pottery, which will be published separately. The volume is illustrated with line drawings. Contents: The tomb of Ity; the Lake of Abusir tombs; the tomb of Fetekty and adjacent tomb complexes; the tomb of Kaaper; some taphonomic, demographic and pathologic aspects of the skeletons from mastaba tombs at Abusir South; Palaeographic table; Indexes: Royal names, non-royal names, titles and epithets, gods, tombs.
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                                          Abusir_VI Miroslav Verner – Vivienne G. Callender
                                          Abusir VI. Djedkare’s Family Cemetery
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology and Set Out, Prague 2002
                                          This volume contains the results of excavations at the Djedkare’s family cemetery at Abusir, arranged by individual tomb. Verner and Callender describe the structure and archaeology of the tomb including plans of the rooms, its owner, wall paintings and finds from the tomb. These chapters are succeeded by a discussion of the chronology of the tombs, a typology and details on the skeletal remains. Appendices look at the role of female members of the Djedkare family in the old Kingdom.

                                          Conference Proceedings

                                          Barta_Abusir-Sakkara_2000 Miroslav Bárta – Jaromír Krejčí (eds.)
                                          Abusir & Saqqara in the Year 2000
                                          Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Oriental Institute, Prague 2000
                                          This collection of articles contains the basic survey of the works that have been realized in the Abusir-Saqqara area in the course of the last fifty years. The book is arranged into several sections: varia, Islamic, Coptic and Late Periods, the New Kingdom and the Second Intermediate Period, the Middle Kingdom and the First Intermediate Period, and the Old Kingdom and the Archaic Period.

                                          Other books of the Czech Institute of Egyptology

                                          Barta_Memories Miroslav Bárta (text) – Kamil Voděra (photography)
                                          Memories of 4500 years ago
                                          Foto-Grafika Kamil Voděra, Brandýs nad Labem 2002
                                          A guide to the exhibition dedicated to new discoveries of Czech Egyptologists in South Abusir, in the family tomb complex of vizier Qar and judge Inti. Czech and English versions.
                                          Strouhal_Secondary-cemetery Eugen Strouhal – Ladislav Bareš
                                          Secondary Cemetery in the Mastaba of Ptahshepses at Abusir
                                          Charles University, Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1993
                                          This large-format excavation report describes work at a large mastaba tomb which was used for successive burials between the 7th Century BC and 1st Century AD. There are chapters on the burials in and around the monument, the coffins and funeral equipment, demography, burial rites, the human and accompanying animal bones.
                                          Verver_CAA Miroslav Verner
                                          CAA Tschechoslowakei Lieferung I: Altagyptische Saerge in den Museen und Sammlungen der Tschechoslowakei

                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1982
                                          This huge volume of loose-leaf text and plate pages constitutes volume 1 in the Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum for the Czech Republic. Mummy cases from the extensive Czech collections are catalogued and discussed in detail, and each example is shown in black and white photographs. Text in German.
                                          Verner_Ztracene-pyramidy-zapomenuti-faraoni Miroslav Verner
                                          Lost Pyramids, Forgotten Pharaohs, Abusir
                                          Academia, Prague 1997
                                          This volume is addressed to the general public with interest in the history and culture of ancient Egypt. It relates to the reader the results of the work of Czech Egyptologists at Abusir from the beginning of their excavation at this site to the mid 1990s. The book exists in Czech, English and German versions.
                                          Verner_Some-nubian-petroglyphs Miroslav Verner
                                          Some Nubian Petroglyphs on Czech Concessions
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Philologia Monographia XLV 73, Prague 1973
                                          This book presents results of work by the Czech Institute to catalogue rock art later covered over by the waters of the Aswan High Dam. The symbols discovered are grouped into: Foot and sandal prints; Signs and symbols and Erotica. Despite the problems of dating rock art, the different types of mark discovered seem to show a long tradition and, as well as cataloguing the material, this book contains some interesting discussion about what the marks meant and how they were used.
                                          Verner_Objevovani Miroslav Verner et al.
                                          Unearthing Ancient Egypt / Objevování starého Egypta 1958-1988
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1990
                                          Presented in both Czech and English this book commemorates work by the Czech Institute of Egyptology in Egypt between 1958 and 1988. The topics covered are: The international UNESCO campaign to save the monuments of Nubia; work at the Mastaba of Ptahshepses at Abusir; work in the South Field at Abusir; an overview of Czech Egyptological Expeditions and a bibliography of Czech Egyptological publications. Text in Czech and English.
                                          Zaba_Maximes Zbyněk Žába
                                          Les maximes de Ptahhotep
                                          Édition de l’Académie Tchécoslovaque des Sciences, Prague 1956
                                          Zaba_Orientation Zbyněk Žába
                                          L’orientation astronomique dans l’anceinne Égypte, et la précision de l’axe du monde
                                          Édition de l’Académie Tchécoslovaque des Sciences, Prague 1953
                                          Zaba_rock_inscriptions Zbyněk Žába
                                          The Rock Inscriptions of Lower Nubia, Czechoslovak Concession
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1974
                                          This huge book records 293 inscriptions on rock from the area which the Czech Institute took responsibility for surveying as the waters of the Aswan dam rose. This was a region 100 km long, extending between the famous temples of Kalabsha and Gerf Hussein. Most of the inscriptions are in Egyptian, dating from the 1st Dynasty down to the Coptic period with a particularly large number from the early 12th Dynasty (shedding new light on the conquest of Nubia under Amenemhet I and Senwosret I). The remaining inscriptions were written in Greek, Latin, Carian, Meroitic and Aramaic. Each inscription is translated, discussed and given both location and date. Each is also shown in a black and white photograph and transcribed.
                                          _Lexa František Lexa: The Founder of Czech Egyptology / Der Begruender der tschechischen Aegyptologie
                                          Charles University, Prague 1989
                                          This bilingual publication (in Czech and in German) describes the life and work of the founder of Czech Egyptology Prof. František Lexa.
                                          _Preliminary-report Zbyněk Žába – Miroslav Verner et al.
                                          Preliminary Report on Czechoslovak Excavations in Mastaba of Ptahshepses at Abusir
                                          Czech Institute of Egyptology, Prague 1976
                                          Ptahshepses was a high official of the 5th Dynasty pharaoh Sahure. His mastaba was first discovered in 1893 but proper investigation was left to a series of Czech expeditions which mapped and excavated the site between 1960 and 1974. This book contains preliminary reports on the 7 expeditions and special studies on: The geodetic documentation survey; The architecture; The reliefs; The inscriptions and marks on masonry blocks; Secondary burials; Coffins of secondary burials; Pottery; The pillar system of the pillar court; The eight-stems columns of the East portico. The book is well illustrated.

                                          Open Access Journal: Folia Orientalia

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                                          Folia Orientalia
                                          ISSN: 0015-5675
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                                          Open Access Journal: Historiae

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                                          Historiae
                                          ISSN: 1697-5456
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                                            The Augustinian Correspondence Database, Version 3, (ACDb 3)

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                                             The Augustinian Correspondence Database, Version 3, (ACDb 3)
                                            The Augustinian Correspondence Database, Version 3, (ACDb 3) contains all intertextual references noted in the the editions of Alois Goldbacher, Klaus-Detlef Daur, and Johannes Divjak. In different sheets you find
                                            1. frequency of references sorted by content and scale of identifiability,
                                            2. a list of all references mentioned by Goldbacher, Daur, and Divjak,
                                            3. graphs and data analysing the distribution of references within a letter,
                                            4. a list of all indications of sources Augustine uses,
                                            5. statistics of all indications of source and terms of illocution Augustine uses,
                                            6. all repeated references within a letter,
                                            7. rankings among the correspondence of Augustine concerning total number of words and references, frequency and distribution of repeated references within a letter, and total number of sources which are also sorted by marking level,
                                            8. a list of all references added or omitted by Daur,
                                            9. a list of all abbreviations used in the database, and
                                            10. a list of all literature and tools used in creating the database.

                                            Institut de Papyrologie de la Sorbonne

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                                            Institut de Papyrologie de la Sorbonne
                                            Désormais, vous pouvez consulter en ligne une partie de la collection des papyrus de la Sorbonne. Ce site est encore en construction mais est alimenté régulièrement.
                                            Nous vous remercions de votre compréhension et vous souhaitons une agréable visite.
                                            N.B. Le catalogue de la bibliothèque n'est désormais consultable qu'en ligne.
                                            (à partir du nouveau portail documentaire de « Sorbonne Universités »)
                                            (ancienne version du SCD de Paris-Sorbonne ... pour les nostalgiques)
                                            ACTUALITES :
                                            ATTENTION : calendrier de fin d'année !
                                            - L'Institut fermera pour les grandes vacances 2017 du vendredi 21 juillet au soir au lundi 21 août au matin (bâtiment de l'ESPE inaccessible).

                                            Parution 2016 !
                                            Le dernier volume de la collection Papyrologica Parisina vient de paraître :
                                            Papyrus de la Sorbonne, IV, n° 145 - 160 (P.Sorb. IV).
                                            Plus d'informations ici.
                                            Cet ouvrage est l'oeuvre de notre équipe EFJD (Equipe Fonds Jouguet Démotique). Lien academia.edu. Il porte sur le Fonds Jouguet.
                                            Les images de ces 16 nouveaux papyrus sont déjà en ligne ici.

                                            1) La section des photos de la Collection de papyrus de la Sorbonne s'enrichit toujours plus !
                                            - Venez découvrir la toute nouvelle rubrique présentant quelques reconstitutions virtuelles !
                                            - Les papyrus en latin, ainsi que ceux endémotique, en copte et en arabe sont désormais disponibles.
                                            - Les rubriques concernant les papyrus documentaires, ainsi que les P.Sorbonne et les P.Bouriant sont désormais ouvertes. Elles continueront d'être incrémentées.

                                            2) Les papyrus et parchemins du Moyen Euphrate (P. Euphrate) bénéficient désormais d'une nouvelle section qui leur est intégralement consacrée. Cette section dédiée reprend bien entendu les photos proposées depuis 2012. Mais des documents continueront prochainement d'être mis en ligne, afin d'aider à l'étude de ce corpus.

                                            Open Access Journal: Thraco-Dacica

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                                            Thraco-Dacica
                                            Apărută în peisajul literaturii de specialitate în anul 1976, odată cu publicarea unora dintre contribuţiile prezentate la de-al II-lea Congres Internaţional de Tracologie (Bucureşti, 4-10 septembrie 1976), revista Thraco-Dacica şi-a câştigat un binemeritat prestigiu între publicaţiile periodice europene care se ocupă cu istoria, arheologia, studiul limbilor, paleozoologia, antropologia, etnografia spaţiului locuit cândva de marele neam al tracilor.

                                            În demersul lor ştiinţific cei care au publicat de-a lungul anilor în revistă, personalităţi de marcă, specialişti consacraţi sau tineri, care au bătut la poarta afirmării, din România, Europa (Bulgaria, Croaţia, Serbia, Muntenegru, Macedonia, Slovenia, Grecia, Turcia, Moldova, Ucraina, Rusia, Polonia, Ungaria, Slovacia, Cehia, Germania, Franţa, Austria) şi de dincolo de ocean (America de Nord şi de Sud), s-au ocupat atât de civilizaţia tracică şi geto-dacică, dar şi de substratul acesteia şi de moştenirea lăsată actualelor popoare din regiunea de sud-est a bătrânului continent.

                                            Acest aspect, precum şi faptul că multe din articole au fost publicate în limbi de circulaţie, fără a se neglija însă şi limba română, a făcut ca revista Thraco-Dacica să devină un instrument ştiinţific valoros, care a pătruns în toate bibliotecile de prestigiu ale universităţilor şi institutelor de cercetare din întreaga Lume.
                                            Recent volumes have full text - the earlier ones have abstracts only
                                            Sumar nr. XV (1994)
                                            Sumar nr. XVI (1995)
                                            Sumar nr. XVII (1996)
                                            Sumar nr. XVIII (1997)
                                            Sumar nr. XIX (1998)
                                            Sumar nr. XX (1999)
                                            Sumar nr. XXI (2000)
                                            Sumar nr. XXII (2001)
                                            Sumar nr. XXIII (2002)
                                            Sumar nr. I (XXIV) (2009)
                                            Sumar nr. II-III (XXV-XXVI) (2010-2011)
                                            Sumar nr. IV-V (XXVII-XXVIII) (2012-2013)
                                            Sumar nr. VI-VII (XXIX-XXX) (2014-2015)

                                            CAMENA - Lateinische Texte der Frühen Neuzeit

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                                            CAMENA - Lateinische Texte der Frühen Neuzeit - Corpus Automatum Multiplex Electorum Neolatinitatis Auctorum- TERMINI - Vernetzter Wortschatz lateinischer Wissensliteratur der Frühen Neuzeit
                                            zur Herkunft dieses Bildes
                                            Willkommen auf den Seiten von CAMENA - Digitale Bibliothek lateinischer Texte der Frühen Neuzeit. Unser Angebot besteht aus fünf Textsammlungen unterschiedlichen Zuschnitts und einer im Aufbau befindlichen Datenbank, die Stichwörter mit strukturierten Kontextdaten erfasst und Verknüpfungen zu einschlägigen Textstellen herstellt (siehe EVRECA). Von 1999 bis 2008 hat die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) den Aufbau dieser Bibliothek ermöglicht. Die Arbeit wird nun teils im Rahmen des vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) geförderten Projektes eAQUA, teils durch den vom Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici geförderten Aufbau einer neuen Sammlung (ITALI) fortgesetzt. Wie von Beginn an stellt auch weiterhin die Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim die aus ihren historischen Buchbeständen ausgewählten Vorlagen zur Verfügung, während das Rechenzentrum der Universität Mannheim die Web-Server-Administration leistet.

                                            Welcome to CAMENA - Latin Texts of Early Modern Europe. Our successive projects are dedicated to building a digital library of the humanistic Respublica Litterarum. We now offer five collections as well as a growing data base (EVRECA) that contains words and names (with additional morphological and lexical data) linked to general and special dictionaries or encyclopedias of our digital library. These projects have been funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) from 1999 to the end of 2008. At present, the database project is integrated in the eAQUA enterprise funded by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF). A new collection (ITALI) is under way thanks to support by the Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici. The copies we digitize are supplied by the Rare Book Division of the University of Mannheim Library. The Information Technology Center (Rechenzentrum) of the University of Mannheim administrates our web server.