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Open Access Publications de l’École française de Rome at OpenEdition Books

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[First posted in AWOL18 October 2014, updated 13 July 2017]

Publications de l’École française de Rome
at OpenEdition Books
L'École française de Rome publie les travaux de ses membres et le résultat des ses activités scientifiques en histoire, archéologie et dans les sciences sociales. Les ouvrages sont principalement publiés au sein des séries traditionnelles : la Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) créée en 1876, et la Collection de l'École française de Rome (CEF) créée en 1964.

Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome


    Collection de l'École française de Rome
    And see also Publications de l'École Française de Rome at Persée Proceedings and Series

    Kommos Archive: Kommos Community home page

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     [First posted in AWOL 6 January 2009. Updated 13 July 2017]

    Kommos Community home page

    Since 1976 the University of Toronto, in collaboration with The American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the Greek Archaeological Service, has investigated the ancient site of Kommos in south central Crete. In this first large-scale Canadian excavation in Greece was revealed a prehistoric Minoan town with a group of large civic structures, also an unusually well preserved Greek sanctuary built over the Minoan remains and used for a thousand years. Study of the Minoan town has been contributing new evidence about the inhabitants’ domestic economy, architectural talents, ceramic chronology, as well as Late Bronze Age trading interconnections in the Mediterranean. Research in the Greek Sanctuary has enhanced our understanding of Cretan temple architecture, religion and ritual activity including animal sacrifice and banqueting. In addition, the remains revealed important information about Crete’s contacts with other lands during the early period of Phoenician expansion to the West.
    Excavation requires massive recording both while digging goes on and later, when the remains are to be studied. Such recording and interpreting are ongoing processes, culminating in publication which can inform but can also serve as a foundation for other students of the past to build upon. Publication allows the larger community to access such knowledge. In this case, T-Space makes available a series of records: not only the publication in the form of thick, richly illustrated volumes, but preliminary levels of recording and interpreting that acted as steps leading to final publication. The preliminary stages in this case consist of excavation daybooks with the day-by-day reports by the trench supervisors of discoveries made. There also are preliminary reports of the results, some only in the excavation archives, but others published separately in periodicals by senior members of the excavation team.
    Backing for this Kommos venture was provided by the publicly funded Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, also by The Institute for Aegean Prehistory founded by Malcolm Wiener, The University of Toronto, as well as by individuals, including Lorne Wickerson.

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    Open Access Journal: Pallas: Revue d'études antiques

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    [First posted in AWOL 17 March 2014, updated 13 July 2017]

    Pallas: Revue d'études antiques
    ISSN: 0031-0387
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    Revue interuniversitaire, internationale et quadrimestrielle, Pallas publie en français mais aussi en anglais, en espagnol, italien et allemand, des articles d'enseignants, jeunes chercheurs et doctorants. Les sujets abordés, réunis dans des dossiers thématiques traitent des sciences de l’Antiquité au sens large et intéressent tous les domaines des civilisations grecque et romaine : littérature, linguistique, métrique, histoire, archéologie, iconographie.

    Tous les deux ans, Pallas accueille le numéro thématique consacré à la nouvelle question d’histoire ancienne aux concours de l’enseignement du CAPES et de l’Agrégation.
    Back issues at Persée

    1953-1959

    1960-1969

    1970-1979

    1980-1989

    1990-1999


    Open Access Journal: Kadmos

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    Kadmos
    ISSN: 2449-3147
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    Kadmos is a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary academic journal, published by Ilia State University (Tbilisi), which aims to challenge, provoke and excite thinking in the areas of the classics, literature and orature, linguistics, philosophy, cultural anthropology (ethnography, ethnology and mythology) and history (archeology). The journal appears annually and is sponsored by the Ilia State University. The editors welcome original contributions in the form of articles, reviews, notes from scholars in the humanities that will promote and foster its aims. The Journal’s Polemics section is intended to enhance debate between authors and the wider community. Polemics pieces can be mainly considered as responses to a published article, a shorter research note or report, or a commentary on research issues or professional practices. The Journal also contains a Reviews section.

    No 7 (2015)

    Kadmos

    Table of Contents

    Articles

    Natia Natsvlishvili
    7-34
    Jimsher Chkhvimiani
    35-106
    Gigi Tevzadze, Zaal Kikvidze, Davit Mikeladze, Revaz Solomonia
    106-146
    Natalia Svanidze
    147-175

    Opinion

    Eter Intskirveli
    176-187
    Irakli Tezelashvili
    188-216
    Iza Chantladze
    217-228

    Responses

    Zurab Kiknadze
    229-242
    Merab Ghaghanidze
    243-254
    Nugzar Papuashvili
    255-268
    Zaza Piralishvili
    269-274

    Polemics

    Avtandil Okrostsvaridze
    275-296
    Niko Nikolozishvili
    297-318
    Ekvtime Kochlamazashvili
    319-327

    Publications

    Winfried Boeder
    328-353
    Zurab Kiknadze, Khvtiso Mamisimedishvili, Nana Nozadze
    354-366

    Reviews

    Nino Doborjginidze, Irina Lobzhanidze
    367-379
    Nino Mataradze, Elene Tatishvili
    380-401
    Zurab Kiknadze
    402-410
    Tamar Chkheidze
    411-414
    Khvtiso Mamisimedishvili
    415-423
    Nikoloz Aleksidze
    424-434

    Information

    Guram Kipiani, Madona Mshvildadze, Anna Dularidze
    435-490





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    Open Access Journal: Open Journal of Archaeometry

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    Open Journal of Archaeometry
    The Open Journal of Archaeometry is a new, peer-reviewed, Open Access, international scientific journal published by PAGEPress Publications. It is devoted to the publication of research articles, short communications and review papers on every aspect of archaeometry. Archaeometry – also known as archaeological science – applies scientific techniques to the analysis of archaeological materials. Research topics mainly comprise the following disciplines and analyzing techniques:
    • physical and chemical dating methods, e.g. 14C and luminescence dating, which provide archaeologists with numerical and relative chronologies;
    • analyses of artifacts, concerning provenance, technology and types of use;
    • environmental approaches, which provide information on past changes in landscape, climate, flora, and fauna;
    • anthropological studies dealing with diet, nutrition, health, and pathology of people
    • mathematical methods for data treatment including the role of computers in handling, analyzing, and modeling the vast sources of data;
    • remote-sensing and geophysical-survey applications, and conservation sciences involving the study of decay processes and the development of new methods of conservation.
    The Open Journal of Archaeometry may also host contextually relevant announcements, book reviews and abstracts from scientific meetings. Every article published in the Journal will be peer-reviewed by experts in the field and decided upon by members of the editorial board.

    2016

    Vol 3, No 1 (2016)

    Published: 2016-04-15 09:51:03
    2014

    Vol 2, No 2 (2014)

    Published: 2014-09-19 11:38:36

    2013


    New at OsirisNet: La tombe TT82 d'Amenemhat

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    La tombe TT82 d'Amenemhat
    Amenemhat a vécu durant la première moitié de la 18e dynastie et a fait préparer sa tombe sous le règne de Thoutmosis III, dans la nécropole de Thèbes, sur la colline de Sheikh Abd el-Gournah.
    Si l'on s'intéresse d'abord à ses principales fonctions, "intendant du vizir", et "scribe-comptable du grain dans le grenier de l'offrande divine d'Amon", il nous apparaît comme un personnage subalterne : le serviteur d'un autre et un simple scribe au sein d'une immense institution qui en compte des centaines.
    Pourtant Amenemhat est un dignitaire riche et cultivé. En effet, il fait creuser une tombe de grande taille, inventoriée aujourd’hui TT 82, et dont la décoration semble être achevée. Celle-ci comprend des textes et des images nécessaires à sa survie dans l'au-delà suivant les différents modèles de renaissance disponibles dans la pensée égyptienne. En cela, Amenemhat suit la tradition de sa classe sociale.
    Mais TT 82 comprend un certain nombre de particularités qui la rendent d'autant plus intéressante. Ainsi, Amenemhat réemploie le grand corpus funéraire de l'Ancien Empire, les Textes des Pyramides, comme très peu de notables de son époque. De plus, la tombe est particulièrement riche en informations à propos de la conception égyptienne de la mort et de la renaissance, des croyances divines en général.
    Donc, si elle correspond assez bien à la norme des sépultures thébaines contemporaines par son architecture et son iconographie, elle comporte aussi de nombreuses originalités. Chaque tombe étant le reflet des choix de son propriétaire et des moyens qu'il peut consacrer à sa sépulture, la tombe 82 est tout à fait unique au sein des réalisations de la 18ème dynastie.

    Loebolus: Open Access to all the public domain Loeb Classical Library volumes

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    [First posted in AWOL  2 June 2012, updated 14 July 2017]

    Loebolus
    Loebolus is based on Edwin Donnelly's “Downloebables” , aiming to make all the public domain Loebs more easily downloadable by re-hosting the PDF's directly, without the need to enter CAPTCHA's.
    You can also download a .zip containing all 277 PDF's (3.2GB). Or view the code used for generating this site on GitHub.
    By downloading any of these files, you agree that you have verified that it is legal to do so from your territory. If you believe you are the copyright holder on any of these files and that they are not in the public domain in the United States, please contact me. Note that for works published or with a copyright notice between 1923 and 1963 and linked from here, I have attempted to verify that there has been no copyright renewal and that the work is not covered by GATT, allowing the work to fall into the public domain in the United States.
    DownLOEBables -- Loeb Books Available Free Online on AWOL

    Open Access Journal: Parekbolai. An Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature

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    [First posted in AWOL 1 August 2011. Updated 15 July  2017]

    Parekbolai. An Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature
    ISSN: 2241-0228 

    New Open Access Journal: Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt

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    Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt
    Aegyptiaca is an international open access journal, published by the Department of Egyptology, University of Heidelberg. It is dedicated to the documentation and research of the history of reception of ancient Egypt. The journal will be published biannually in English language and will accept German and French articles as well.
    The journal tries to encourage a coherent discussion of the concept and agency of Egypt in the West. As this topic is an object of research in many different disciplines the journal tries to cover a whole range of fields and all periods of the history of reception of ancient Egypt and it is open to different approaches and methods. By doing this the journal tries to keep in mind the question if and in which regard the confrontation with Egypt was a relevant factor of cultural history. The journal will publish articles focussing on special aspects of the history of reception of ancient Egypt in the different testimonia (may it be texts, art or objects) and intends to understand the detailed aspects as part of a bigger story at the same time.
    News are available at the Thematic Internet Portal in Propylaeum.
    Nr. 1 (2017): Aegyptiaca. History of Recepiton of Ancient Egypt

    Editorial

    Florian Ebeling
    1-3

    Articles

    Jan Assmann
    4-25
    Chris Elliott
    26-46
    Frederic Krueger
    47-74
    Anke Napp
    75-99
    Joachim F. Quack
    100-121
    Miguel John Versluys
    122-144

    Reviews

    Isabel Grimm-Stadelmann, Alfred Grimm
    145-147
    Christian E. Loeben
    148-151

    New Open Access Journal: Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ)

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    Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ)
    ISSN: 2509-2588
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    The Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ) is a peer-reviewed online journal that seeks to provide a platform for early-career researchers to present their findings and perspectives on cultures of the ancient world. It has its inspiration in the Munich Graduate School for Ancient Studies ‘Distant Worlds’, which currently incorporates Prehistorical Archaeology, Classical Archaeology and Philology, Byzantine Studies, Ancient History and Philosophy, Theology, Egyptology, Biblical Studies, Near Eastern Archaeology, Assyriology and Hittite Studies, Indology, Tibetology, and Sinology. The aspiration of Distant Worlds is to draw together scholars from a variety of disciplines and to engage in interdisciplinary discussion regarding broader questions surrounding the study of the ancient world. In this manner, the DWJ aims to cultivate a forum with which to engage the wider scholarly community.

    Each edition of the Journal will be centred on a specific thematic issue that can be engaged in by a diversity of disciplines and considered from a variety of methodological approaches. The individual theme therefore acts as a fulcrum around which a range of individual topics may be discussed. Each paper should engage with the specific theme in question whilst simultaneously dealing with the current issues within an individual specialism or considering broader theoretical and interdisciplinary issues. We envisage that each paper will further the broader dialogue in studies of the ancient world by engaging in critical and shared questions. It is only by the breaking of boundaries that fresh ideas can be developed; through this journal we hope to especially empower doctoral and postdoctoral scholars to voice their views at an international level. 


     

    2016

    Open Access Journal: Diadora : Journal of the Archaeological Museum in Zadar - Glasilo Arheološkog muzeja u Zadru

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    Diadora : Journal of the Archaeological Museum in Zadar - Glasilo Arheološkog muzeja u Zadru
    ISSN: 0417-4046 (Print)
    ISSN: 2459-7694 (Online)     
     Diadora, journal of the Archaeological Museum Zadar is a yearly periodical which has continually been published since 1960. It features scientific papers and reviews, professional papers, preliminary reports and other texts covering fields of archaeology, history and art history. Diadora publishes works by the professional staff of the Museum as well as professionals from other institutions from Croatia and abroad. The journal is published bilingual since issue 23(2009), the texts being in Croatian and English language with the intention of introducing Croatian archaeological heritage to the overall archaeological public.
    2016  
      Vol. 30.   No. 30.
    2015  
      Vol. 29.   No. 29.
    2014  
      Vol. 28.   No. 28.

    Archibab News July 2017

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    ArchibabNews
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    La version en ligne de la base ARCHIBAB (http://www.archibab.fr) vient d’être mise à jour. Les nouveautés sont les suivantes :

    PHOTOS : Grâce à F. Nebiolo, et avec les conseils de Jean-Michel Roynard, les photos des tablettes des archives d’Iltani publiées dans OBTR et rééditées récemment dans ARCHIBAB 2 sont accessibles via ARCHIBAB. La majorité de ces photos, dues à A.-I. Langlois, ont été montées en format vidéo (.mov) de façon à permettre une vision panoramique des tablettes (les photos dues à Ali Murad ont fait l’objet d’un montage traditionnel) ; il suffit de mettre en pause pour avoir accès à une photo particulière (exemple OBTR 140).

    La table BIBLIO compte désormais 4704 fiches, avec références au total à 32860 textes intégralement publiés dans 1302 publications

    La table TEXTES compte désormais 18447 fiches, soit 56,13 % du corpus.

    Nouveautés (4 textes)
    – R. de Boer, BiOr 73, 2016 [4 textes, RdB & AJ]

    Travail rétrospectif (250 textes)
    – OBTR : les tablettes des archives d’Iltani publiées dans OBTR et rééditées récemment dans ARCHIBAB 2 (voir http://sepoa.fr/?page_id=6) sont désormais disponibles en édition électronique lemmatisée grâce à A.-I. Langlois [250 textes].

    Open Access Journal: The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA)

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    The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA) 
    ISSN: 2398-2012
    The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA) is an open-access, peer- reviewed journal. The aims of this publication are to be a global reference point in archaeology, as well as to serve as an international forum for the exchange of excellent scholarship in an atmosphere of constructive dialogue and inclusivity. Ultimately we aim to enhance the academic experience, scholarly presence, and recognition of students worldwide.

    IJSRA accepts papers addressing any topic and temporal sequence of archaeological interest. Research may be based in any geographical area, engage with any methodological and theoretical framework, and include integrative insights and evidence from any discipline. IJSRA encourages submissions of:

    • Research articles that may include previously unpublished, unanalyzed material or experimental approaches. Should include an abstract and keywords as well as assessment of the contribution that this new evidence and its context provide to current academic debate. 3,000-5,000 words.

    • Literature reviews and academic essays that present a relatively original perspective and ideally a comparative approach to the interpretation of already-published evidence and its contexts. Limited to 3,000 words and an abstract.

    • ‘Debate’ articles based on unpublished or published evidence and that may challenge traditional, long-established academic perspectives. This sort of submission aims to “disrupt” scholarly narratives, foster further debate, and demonstrate student creativity and innovation in the search for alternative interpretations. Limited to 3,500 words.

    • Condensed field reports or monographs. May include ethnoarchaeology, experimental archaeology, survey, excavation, etc. Limited to 1,500-2,000 words.

    The International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology does not charge any submission or publication fees. All submissions should be full papers written in English, including an abstract and five to seven key-words in both English and another field-relevant language (if applicable). Assistance with academic English of publishable articles will be provided upon request. When submitting, authors should include their name, degree/major, and academic institution in the body of the email. Authors must also be sure that the content of their original research papers has not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere (although presentation in poster format and at conferences is acceptable). The manuscript, submitted as a Word document, should be adapted to the Harvard citation system (author, date: page) ideally before submission but certainly before publication.


    Volume 1, Issue 2

    Open Access Journal: Iliria

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    Iliria est une revue scientifique, publication de l’Institut Archéologique d’Albanie, dont le premier numéro est paru en 1971. Elle est publiée à un rythme annuel au cours de sa première décennie, puis devient périodique à partir de 1981.

    Elle publie des études et matériaux archéologiques des auteurs albanais et étrangers, qui travaillent sur le territoire de l’Albanie actuelle dans les domaines de la préhistoire, de l’antiquité et du bas moyen âge, ainsi que des études historiques se rapportant à ces domaines. L’objet principal de ces études a été les problèmes fondamentaux de l’archéologie albanaise, tels que l’ethnogenèse des Illyriens, la naissance et le développement de l’État illyrien et la formation du peuple albanais et de sa civilisation. Les articles sont accompagnés d’un résumé en français ou en anglais et, dans des cas particuliers, sont traduits intégralement.

    La collection complète de la revue Iliria compte jusqu’à présent 46 volumes, qui embrassent plus de 15000 pages de la recherche scientifique archéologique albanaise.

    Les changements démocratiques qui ont eu lieu en Albanie au début des années 90 ont conduit à la liberté académique dans les écrits et à l’ouverture avec le monde étranger.

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    1980-1989


    Open Access Journal: Talia Dixit: Revista Interdisciplinar de Retórica e Historiografía -Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetoric and Historiography

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    [First posted in AWOL 9 November 2009. Updated 17 July 2017]

    Talia Dixit: Revista Interdisciplinar de Retórica e Historiografía -Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetoric and Historiography
    ISSN: 1886-9440
    Talia Dixit: Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetoric and Historiography is a peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to the study of rhetoric and historiography up until the Renaissance. Interdisciplinary in approach, the journal aims to take into account the rhetoric, cultural and ideological context of historiographic texts, and to provide a platform for historiographers and literary scholars to share perspectives on the analysis of classical, medieval and renaissance texts. 
     

    NÚMERO 11  2016
    NÚMERO 10  2015
    NÚMERO 9
    Octubre 2014
    NÚMERO 8
    Octubre 2013
    NÚMERO 7
    Octubre 2012
    NÚMERO 6
    Octubre 2011
    NÚMERO 5
    Octubre 2010
    NÚMERO 4
    Octubre 2009
    NÚMERO 3
    Octubre 2008
    NÚMERO 2
    Octubre 2007
    NÚMERO 1
    Octubre 2006

    Cognitive Classics

    Database of Religious History (DRH)

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    Database of Religious History (DRH)
    Building the world's first comprehensive online quantitative and qualitative encyclopedia of religious cultural history.

    The DRH aims to be the world's first comprehensive, online quantitative and qualitative encyclopedia of religious and social history. Open source, free and shaped in content and function by its users, it will function as a massive, standardized, searchable encyclopedia of the current best scholarly opinion on historical religious traditions and the historical record more generally, allowing users to instantly gain an overview of the state of scholarly opinion and access powerful, built-in analytic and data visualization tools. 

    New From ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE

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    New From ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE

    Household and Family Religion in Persian-Period Judah: An Archaeological Approach
    By José E. Balcells Gallarreta, ANEM 18, 2017
    download paperback hardcover
    Exploring Zechariah, Volume 2: The Development and Role of Biblical Traditions in Zechariah
    By Mark J. Boda, ANEM 17, 2017
    download paperback hardcover
    Exploring Zechariah, Volume 1: The Development of Zechariah and Its Role within the Twelve
    By Mark J. Boda, ANEM 16, 2017
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    CDLI's Recent Publications in Assyriology

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     [First posted in AWOL 13 October 2014, updated 18 July 2017]

    CDLI's Recent Publications in Assyriology
    A list of Recent Publications in Assyriology and related fields with key words and abstracts (as well as links to TOC's when available online) (this list is based primarily on new arrivals of books and journals in the Sackler Library at the University of Oxford, please send additions and corrections to Lynn-Salammbô Zimmermann).

        Samian Research

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        [First posted in AWOL 4 October 2013, updated 19 July 2017]

        Samian Research
        The Website comprises a suite of databases concerned with samian ware. Their aim is to standardize the recording and publishing of samian ware in such a way that the data is available both for comaparative identification, and more significantly for scientific analysis using statistical and mapping tools. All have their individual search masks appropriate to the questions likely to require resolution. The databases comprise the following:
        - Names on samian ware
        - Name marked decorated vessels
        - Ovolo Vessels
        These databases have been developed historically as 'stand alone' applications. At some future date it would be desirable to achieve a complete cross-index, but this is beyond the current capacit y of the contributors.

        Names on samian ware

        As a result of a co-operation agreement between the Universities of Reading and Leeds together with the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz, the life-long study made by Brian Hartley and Brenda Dickinson of the stamps and signatures on samian ware has also become available on the database. They were originally published as a series of books (Institute of Classical Sudies, London, from 2008 onwards), and replaces the Index of Potters' Stamps (Oswald, 1931).

        Ovolo vessels

        This database is presently devoted to South Gaulish decorated samian ware which has an ovolo. The illustrations of decorated ware have been taken from scanned rubbings where possible, to ensure accuracy and a fair representation of the condition of the vessel concerned. The principles employed can be extended to other production centres when specialists are available to enter the necessary data.

        Name-marked vessels

        These vessels carry either potters' stamps or signatures. Data capture started with the name-marked decorated products of the South Gaulish samian industry of the first century AD., and has mainly come from the international Pegasus research group led by Geoffrey Dannell, and the work of Allard Mees (Mees 1995). Additional materials came from the records of Marinus Polak (Radboud University Nijmegen), Peter Webster (Cardiff University) and Alain Vernhet (CNRS Millau - F). The Lezoux archive of Brian Hartley was added with the outstanding help of Robert Hopkins. Products from Rheinzabern were added by Allard Mees, and it is hoped that the database can be extended over time to include all of the other main production centres of Gaul and Germany.

        Technical backgrounds

        The RGZM database is running on an Adobe Coldfusion server. On some query result pages, plugins (Flash, Java) are required. The database concept and most of the programming code was done by Allard Mees. But when it became tricky, Guido Heinz was always available to provide a solid technical solution.
        Paul Tyers did the scripting to migrate the original books into Excel format. Also the Samian font to display the special characters was designed by him.

        Restricted Access

        Some parts of this database still have restricted access. In order to protect the commercial interests of the book publishers, data output of the Guest accounts may be limited by omitting fields like images, dating and literature or are incomplete concerning the number of output records. It is planned to open the database for general use in Summer 2016.

        Credits

        Without the help from Wendy and Robert Hopkins, Katja Hölzl, Ulrike Kessel and many others, these digitised versions of hitherto scattered archives would not have been processed so rapidly.