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Open Access Journal: The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies

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[First posted in AWOL 9 March 2014, updated 10 November 2017]

The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies
ISSN: 2372-0727
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The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies intends to promote the hermeneutical approach to the study of the Scriptures generally known as Inductive Biblical Studies. By Inductive Biblical Study (IBS) we mean the hermeneutical movement initiated by William Rainey Harper and Wilbert Webster White that was embodied in the curriculum of The Biblical Seminary in New York founded in 1900. This approach had precursors in the history of interpretation and has since the beginning of the twentieth-century enjoyed widespread dissemination, being taught at such institutions as Princeton Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Fuller Theological Seminary, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, Azusa Pacific University, and Asbury Theological Seminary, as well as hundreds of other institutions and organizations around the world. For more detailed description of IBS, see Bauer and Traina, Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011) and the IBS website at http://www.inductivebiblicalstudy.com/.

Open Access Journal: Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)

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[First posted in AWOL 20 April 2012. Updated 10 November 2017]

Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)
ISSN: 2049-1565
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The Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD) features peer reviewed data papers describing archaeology datasets with high reuse potential. We are working with a number of specialist and institutional data repositories to ensure that the associated data are professionally archived, preserved, and openly available. Equally importantly, the data and the papers are citable, and reuse will be tracked. While still in beta phase, the journal is now accepting papers. We will also be adding new functionality over the next few weeks, and refining the look and feel.

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Open Access Journal: al-rāfidān: Journal of western Asiatic studies

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al-rāfidān: Journal of Western Asiatic Studies
ISSN: 0285-4406
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イラク古代文化研究所では1980年以降、研究所の紀要としてラーフィダーンal-Rafidan: Journal of Western Asiatic Studiesを年一回発行しています。

学術の進展に寄与するため、所外の投稿希望者にも広く紙面を開放しています。投稿資格は問いません。詳しくは各PDFファイルの巻末「『ラーフィダーン』編集方針」をご覧ください。
Research Institute Research Institute RAFIDAN al-Rafidan: Journal of Western Asiatic Studies is issued once a year as a bulletin after 1980 by Iraqi ancient culture.

To contribute to development of art and science, space is being opened to a contribution applicant outside the place widely, too. I don't ask about contribution qualification. Please see back of the book of each PDF file ""RAFIDAN" edit policy" for more information.

An interactive web map of Hierokles’ Synekdemos

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New Entry in Maps for Text Series
November 10, 2017 in Publication
The Center is excited to announce a new addition to the Maps for Texts series, an interactive web map of Hierokles’ Synekdemos, available here.  The map follows Hierokles’ text in Ernest Honigmann’s edition (Brussels, 1939), and aims to supersede his four maps.  With the Center’s Map Tiles as its base, the map marks all cities and regions which may identified and located with at least some confidence according to the Barrington Atlas and related publications listed below.  Greek names are transliterated as in the Barrington Atlas (see Directory, p. vii).  A full database lists all the place-names in the Synekdemos with references (thus including those that cannot be located and marked on the map).  In addition, the text of Honigmann’s edition of the Synekdemos (and of the geographic work of George of Cyprus) is accessible via the Center’s Dropbox.  On Hierokles and George of Cyprus, see further briefly, The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, ss. vv.

Swiss Mummy Project

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Swiss Mummy Project
The aim of the Swiss Mummy Project (SMP) – a research project based at the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine (IEM), University of Zurich– is to investigate ancient human mummies of multiple cultural and geographical backgrounds with state-of-the-art scientific methods. This allows gaining insights into the evolution of disease, human variation but also socio-cultural aspects. The SMP started in the mid-1990’s with a particular focus on mummies from Swiss collections but has now become an international collaborative project with involvements eg in the determination of the cause of death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun; The Neolithic Iceman (“Oetzi”) or a roman-greek mummy.
The main aim is to combine various scientific perspectives as part of such transdisciplinary research projects. Furthermore, experimental studies are undertaken to learn more about the process of natural and artificial mummification in human tissue. Methods used by members of the SMP are most diverse and include diagnostic radiology, histology, and molecular techniques. A particular focus is laid on using sustainable, ethical approaches to work with these precious human remains (Code of ethics).
The SMP also organised the public mummy exhibition „Mummies: Men, Medicine, Magic“ at the University of Zurich-Irchel in 2011/12. The work of the Swiss Mummy Project has been covered in the media (TV, Radio, printed press). The research has been presented at multiple conferences worldwide and is part of scientific publications in specialised journals. The Swiss Mummy project is primarily funded by generous third-party funding (grants, donations). Basic support is thankfully provided by the University of Zurich. For details see List of Funding Partners.

The Oriental Institute Coffin Texts Publication Project

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[First posted in AWOL 13 March 2014, updated 11 November 2017]

The Oriental Institute Coffin Texts Publication Project

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With the appearance of this volume, the Oriental Institute marks the true completion of the Egyptian Coffin Texts Project, an international cooperative program begun by James Henry Breasted and Alan H. Gardiner in 1922 and edited by Adriaan De Buck from 1935 until his death in 1959. When published in 1961, volume 7, De Buck’s final volume, was announced as “the last volume of the autographed Coffin Texts in the contemplated Project” (p. vii), although the Oriental Institute had never produced the autographed edition of Pyramid Texts within the Coffin Text corpus that had been explicitly promised in the introduction to volume 1. Assumed to comprise a “distinct” and “foreign body” within the Coffin Texts, these long-lived spells were “reserved for later” (p. xi). After a lapse of forty years, a formally renewed Coffin Texts Project was authorized by the director in 2001, with the goal of completing the Oriental Institute’s outstanding commitments. The translation volume once envisioned and entrusted to Tjalling Bruinsma had been rendered unnecessary by the publications of Raymond O. Faulkner in 1969 (Pyramid Texts) and 1973 –1978 (Coffin Texts), which serve to engage scholars and laymen alike. Glossaries, bibliographies, symposia, and detailed textual studies appeared, but the critical edition of middle Kingdom Pyramid Texts remained unaccomplished. by careful examination of the Oriental Institute’s original collation sheets and unpublished sources from Lisht, James P. Allen, after years of concentrated study, has now fulfilled the task admirably. It is hoped that the new edition stimulates discussion not only of the longevity of the Pyramid Texts, but of the nature of the Coffin Texts themselves. While breasted insisted that the Pyramid Texts were “sharply distinguished” from the Coffin Texts, the frequent appearance of “Pyramid Texts” on coffins (among the narrowly defined “Coffin Texts”) leaves this opinion open to question. ironically, the one coffin acquired in Chicago by Breasted for study by the Coffin Texts Project (OIM 12072) contained only “Pyramid Texts” and was therefore excluded from the initial seven volumes. Now at last these Middle Kingdom texts on a coffin can be examined among the “Coffin Texts.”  
Robert K. Ritner
Director, The Egyptian Coffin Texts Project, 2001– 2006
[Preface to volume 8]

And for an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room

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[First posted in AWOL 11 June 2013, updated 12 November 2017

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room
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This site is devoted to the study of Greek New Testament manuscripts. The New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room is a place where scholars can come to find the most exhaustive list of New Testament manuscript resources, can contribute to marking attributes about these manuscripts, and can find state of the art tools for researching this rich dataset.



While our tools are reasonably functional for anonymous users, they provide additional features and save options once a user has created an account and is logged in on the site. For example, registered users can save transcribed pages to their personal account and create personalized annotations to images.

      Glossary of Linear A Mino-Hurrian (draft - v1)

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      Glossary of Linear A Mino-Hurrian (draft - v1)
      Arnaud Fournet (November 2017)

      Abstract: The draft lists the Hurrian-looking words present in a
      number of LinearA inscriptions. I

      Inscriptions according to Peter Van Soesbergen (2016) Minoan Linear A.

      Preliminary remarks about epigraphy Generally speaking, the phonetic
      values of LinearB can be accepted for LinearA incriptions. There are
      nevertheless a number of exceptions: (1) the LinearB q-series should
      be analyzed as a LinearA ḫ-series, (2) the LinearB sign ja is (always)
      to be read as LinearA ba , (3) the LinearB sign nwa is (always) to be
      read as LinearA naw, (4) the LinearB sign jo is (always) to be read as
      LinearA niw, (5) the sign i is (possibly always) to be read se ,

      On account of these emended readings, the string is to be read , or
      even ‘for my father(hood)’, and the string is to be read :
      SugriTeseb(i/a) = Šugri-Teššub ‘Teššub protect(s/ed) [him]’. These
      emended readings are here taken as a given, and their wellfoundedness
      will not be discussed.

      The places where Mino-Hurrian can be found It must be emphasized that
      a number of inscriptions are *not* interpretable as Hurrian. They are
      usually located in the north-western half of Crete, while those
      interpretable as Hurrian are mostly in the south-eastern half. For
      example, (KH 9), (KH 11) are highly perplexing from a Hurrian
      perspective. Quite oddly, Phaistos (Linear A–B) , though possibly
      etymologizable as being from Hurrian pa-(h)išt- ‘to build’, does not
      seem to reveal much that is interpretable as Hurrian.

      Qurna in the Sky

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      Qurna in the Sky
      Map of Qurna with inset

      From the hillside to the sky

      Qurna is the name of an area on the west bank at Luxor, Egypt, in the world cultural heritage site of the Theban Necropolis. Along a stretch of hillside running about 3 kilometres from south to north there was a collection of hamlets mainly arranged in family groups. The houses were built along the lower slopes of the Theban hills, where there are tombs of many periods. The authorities saw the residents and their houses as a danger to the tombs and monuments, and for decades there were plans to relocate the people. From 2006 to 2009 nearly all the houses on the hillside were demolished – even though some of them were over 100 years old and thus covered by laws to preserve them. No programme of recording was done before the bulldozers moved in. The built heritage of the Qurnawi meant nothing to the authorities.
      If you would like to learn about various Qurna exhibition projects on the hillside before 2010, and read articles on its history and see additional photos do look at www.qurna.org
      Qurna in the sky is a small attempt to give their heritage back to the Qurnawi who now live in new settlements to the north. Most of the photos on this website were taken between 1997 and 2001 by Caroline Simpson, an English woman who went often to Qurna, and who took the photos just for her own interest. Some of the photos here are old postcards which show local life about 100 years ago. Some of Caroline's are collected here by theme such as 'crafts' or 'religion and spiritual', but the majority are of the houses.

      How to find your way in Qurna in the sky

      The house photos are divided into their local geographical and community areas. The names of the house owners have been entered in a spreadsheet in English and in Arabic. You can search for an area name, or for the name of a house-owner. If your parents or grandparents lived there, you can find your family house.
      It was a very lovely and special place, so even if you never went there you can discover it here. Qurna has been destroyed on the hillside, but this is an attempt to make it live again 'in the sky'.

      A companion to the volume: A Critique of Archaeological Reason: Structural, Digital and Philosophical Aspects of the Excavated Record

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      A Critique of Archaeological Reason: Structural, Digital and Philosophical Aspects of the Excavated Record
      Editor: Giorgio Buccellati
      Associate editor: Laerke Recht

      Home

      I. THE PROJECT
         1.Introduction
         2.Critique: the book
         3.Notes to the book
      II. THE FORUM
         4.Bibliography
         5.Excerpts
         6.Reviews
         7.Themes
         8.Monographs
      III. UTILITIES
         9.Indices
         10.Authorship
         11.Data handling
         12.Archives

      Version 1: June 2017
      Reserved access here for work in progress on Version 2.
      This website is conceived in the first place as a companion to the volume A Critique of Archaeological Reason (CAR), Cambridge University Press 2017. As such, it provides a documentary basis for the argument presented in essay form in the book itself, and expands on specific themes and other aspects.
           A second goal of the website is to serve as a tool for research in this area, offering a venue for the scholarly publication of data and ideas regarding archaeological theory.
           This introduction explains the basic goals of the project.
           For a list of topics in this section, please refer to the outline in the lower left side bar, highlighted in yellow.

           Please note: if you are looking for a specific reference from the printed volume, please refer to the Notes section at the top of the left side bar

      Trade, Merchants, and the Lost Cities of the Bronze Age

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      Trade, Merchants, and the Lost Cities of the Bronze Age
      Gojko Barjamovic, Thomas Chaney, Kerem Coşar, Ali Hortaçsu
      October 26, 2017
      Abstract:
      We analyze a large dataset of commercial records produced by Assyrian merchants in the 19th Century BCE. Using the information collected from these records, we estimate a structural gravity model of long-distance trade in the Bronze Age. We use our structural gravity model to locate lost ancient cities. In many instances, our structural estimates confirm the conjectures of historians who follow different methodologies. In some instances, our estimates confirm one conjecture against others. Confronting our structural estimates for ancient city sizes to modern data on population, income, and regional trade, we document persistent patterns in the distribution of city sizes across four millennia, even after controlling for time-invariant geographic attributes such as agricultural suitability. Finally, we offer evidence in support of the hypothesis that large cities tend to emerge at the intersections of natural transport routes, as dictated by topography.

      Open Access Journal: Afrique: Archéologie & Arts

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      Afrique: Archéologie & Arts
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      Afrique : Archéologie & Arts est une revue annuelle dédiée à l’archéologie et aux arts d’Afrique. Elle rend compte de la diversité des cultures anciennes du continent en s'appuyant sur des disciplines connexes (géomorphologie, archéométrie...), privilégiant, pour l'étude des productions artistiques, les méthodes de l’histoire de l’art. Fondée par l’équipe Afrique de l’UMR 7041 du CNRS, elle regroupe des travaux originaux, des synthèses, des cahiers thématiques et présente les écrits universitaires de qualité soutenus dans l’année. Ces textes – en français ou en anglais – sont accompagnés d’une abondante documentation iconographique.

      Afrique : Archéologie & Arts paraît en version imprimée et en version numérique. Les anciens numéros de la collection seront prochainement numérisées et accessibles sur le site.

        Numéros en texte intégral

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          Open Access Monograph Series: Ur Excavations

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          [First posted in AWOL 22 October 2014, updated 14 November 2017]

          Publications of the Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the University Museum,University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia to Mesopotamia: Ur Excavations


          Open Access Journal: Bibliotheca Augustiniana

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           [First posted in AWOL 30 December 2015, updated 14 November 2017]

          Bibliotheca Augustiniana
          ISSN: 2469-0341
          Bibliotheca Augustiniana nace de una inquietud por difundir y fomentar las nuevas voces de la Investigación Humanística local y regional en los campos de interés de la Biblioteca Agustiniana de Buenos Aires (Patrística, Filosofía e Historia Medieval, Arte Sacro, Historia de la Iglesia y en particular, Historia de las Órdenes Monásticas y Mendicantes). Ha sido concebida como una publicación enteramente digital, de acceso y descarga gratuita. Luego de 4 años de trabajo y 7 números editados semestralmente, a partir de 2017, la revista, pasará a tener una periodicidad anual, con importantes cambios en su staff y diseño.
          NÚMEROS ANTERIORES
          BIBLIOTHECA AUGUSTINIANA
          Número 1, Julio-Diciembre 2013
          BIBLIOTHECA AUGUSTINIANA
          Número 2, Enero-Junio 2014
          BIBLIOTHECA AUGUSTINIANA
          Número 3, Julio-Diciembre 2014
           
          See AWOL's List of


          Three Huge Volumes of Stoic Writings by Seneca Now Free Online, Thanks to Tim Ferriss

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          Three Huge Volumes of Stoic Writings by Seneca Now Free Online, Thanks to Tim Ferriss
          "The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today," wrote Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger. "You are arranging what is in Fortune's control and abandoning what lies in yours." That still much-quoted observation from the first-century Roman philosopher and statesman, best known simply as Seneca, has a place in a much larger body of work. Seneca's writings stand, along with those of Zeno, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius, as a pillar of Stoic philosophy, a system of thinking which emphasizes the primacy of personal virtue and the importance of observing oneself objectively and mastering, instead of being mastered by, one's own emotions.
          The Stoics found their way of life beneficial indeed in the harsh reality of more than 2,000 years ago, but Stoicism loses none of its value when practiced by those of us living today.
          At its core, it teaches you how to separate what you can control from what you cannot, and it trains you to focus exclusively on the former," writes self-improvement maven Tim Ferriss in his introduction to The Tao of Seneca, the three-volume collection of Seneca's letters, illustration and lined modern commentary, that he's just published free on the internet. (For instructions on how to upload them to your Kindle, see this page.)

          Draft of a declaration by the founding authors of A Homer commentary in progress

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          Draft of a declaration by the founding authors of A Homer commentary in progress
          2017.11.14 | By Gregory Nagy
          This draft of mine is meant as a first step leading toward a more formal declaration shared by the three founding authors of A Homer commentary in progress: Douglas Frame, Leonard Muellner, Gregory Nagy. The signatures for our joint declaration are represented by thumbnail images of the covers for three books of ours centering on Homer. The books are listed below in the Bibliography for my draft, where the URN is indicated for each one of the three books: Frame 2009, Muellner 1996, Nagy 1990. [full article here]

          Oeuvres complètes de Saint Augustin

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          Oeuvres complètes de Saint Augustin
          Traduites pour la première fois,
          sous la direction de M. Poujoulat et de M. l'abbé Raulx, 
          Bar-le-Duc, 1864-1872

          Histoire de Saint Augustin


          Oeuvres de Saint Augustin

          Commentaires sur les Écritures et Traités.

           

          I - LES RETRACTATIONES

          II - LES CONFESSIONS

          III - LETTRES

          IV - LA CITÉ DE DIEU

          V - DE LA TRINITÉ

          VI - COMMENTAIRES SUR LA GENÈSE

          VII - LOCUTIONS EMPLOYÉES DANS L'HEPTATEUQUE.

          VIII- QUESTIONS SUR L' HEPTATEUQUE

          IX - ANNOTATIONS SUR LE LIVRE DE JOB

          X - LE MIROIR SACRÉ

          XI - ACCORD DES ÉVANGÉLISTES.

          XII - EXPLICATION DU SERMON SUR LA MONTAGNE

          XIII - QUESTIONS SUR LES ÉVANGILES.

          XIV - DIX-SEPT QUESTIONS SUR L'EVANGILE SELON SAINT MATTHIEU.

          XV - EXPLICATION DE QUELQUES PROPOSITIONS DE L'ÉPITRE AUX ROMAINS.

          XVI - EXPLICATION COMMENCÉE DE L'ÉPITRE AUX ROMAINS.

          XVII - COMMENTAIRE DE L'ÉPÎTRE AUX GALATES

          XVIII - QUATRE-VINGT-TROIS QUESTIONS .


          DIVERSES QUESTIONS A SIMPLICIEN

          XIX - LIVRE PREMIER. DEUX QUESTIONS SUR L'ÉPITRE AUX ROMAINS.

          XX - LIVRE SECOND. QUESTIONS SUR LES LIVRES DES ROIS.


          XXI - SUR LES HUIT QUESTIONS DE DULCITIUS.

          XXII - DE LA FOI AUX CHOSES QU'ON NE VOIT PAS.

          XXIII - DE LA FOI ET DU SYMBOLE.

          XXIV - DE LA FOI ET DES OEUVRES


          XXV - DISCOURS SUR LES PSAUMES

          XXVI - TRAITÉS SUR SAINT JEAN.

          XXVII - EPÎTRE AUX PARTHES
          (SAINT JEAN)

          XXVIII - SERMONS INÉDITS

          XXIX - SERMONS DÉTACHÉS

          XXX - DE LA DOCTRINE CHRÉTIENNE

          XXXI - TRAITÉS DE LA FOI,
          DE L'ESPÉRANCE ET DE LA CHARITÉ

           

          XXXII - DU COMBAT CHRÉTIEN

          XXXIII - TRAITÉ DU CATÉCHISME

          XXXIV - DE LA CONTINENCE

          XXXV - DE CE QUI EST BIEN DANS LE MARIAGE

          XXXVI - DE LA SAINTE VIRGINITÉ

          XXXVII - AVANTAGES DE LA VIDUITÉ
          ou lettre à Julienne veuve.

          XXXVIII - DES UNIONS ADULTÈRES

          XXXIX - DU MENSONGE

          XL - CONTRE LE MENSONGE. A CONSENTIUS.

          XLI - DU TRAVAIL DES MOINES.

          XLII - DE LA DIVINATION DES DÉMONS

          XLIII -  DES DEVOIRS  A RENDRE AUX MORTS

          XLIV -  DE LA PATIENCE

          XLV- DU SYMBOLE

          XLVI - DE LA DISCIPLINE CHRÉTIENNE.

          XLVII - DU CANTIQUE NOUVEAU ET Du retour à la céleste Patrie.

          XLVIII - DE L'UTILITÉ DU JEUNE.

          XLIX - DE LA RUINE DE ROME.

          L - LES SOLILOQUES

          LI - DE L'IMMORTALITÉ DE L'ÂME

          LII - DE LA VIE BIENHEUREUSE

          LIII A - DU MAÎTRE

          LIV - CONTRE LES ACADÉMICIENS

          LV - DES MOEURS
          DE L'ÉGLISE CATHOLIQUE
          ET DES MOEURS DES MANICHÉENS

          LVI- RÈGLE DE SAINT AUGUSTIN

          LVII - DE LA VRAIE RELIGION

          LVIII - DE LA GRANDEUR DE L'ÂME

          LIX - TRAITÉ DU LIBRE-ARBITRE


          TRAITÉ DE LA MUSIQUE.

          LX - AVERTISSEMENT.

          LXI - LIVRE PREMIER.

          LXII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME.

          LXII - LIVRE TROISIÈME.

          LXIII - LIVRE QUATRIÈME.

          LXIV - LIVRE CINQUIÈME.

          LXVI - LIVRE SIXIÈME.



          OEUVRES POLÉMIQUES


          LXVII - DES HÉRÉSIES.

          LXVIII - CONTRE LES JUIFS.

          LXIX - DE L'UTILITÉ DE LA FOI.


          CONTRE LES MANICHÉENS

          LXX - DES DEUX AMES. Système des Manichéens victorieusement réfuté.


          CONFÉRENCES Entre saint Augustin et le manichéen Fortunat:

          LXXI - PREMIÈRE CONFÉRENCE. 

          LXXII - SECONDE CONFÉRENCE.


          LXXIII - CONTRE ADIMANTUS, MANICHÉEN.

          LXXIV - RÉFUTATION De l'Épître manichéenne appelée Fondamentale.

          LXXV - CONTRE FAUSTE, LE MANICHÉEN.


          CONFÉRENCES Entre saint Augustin et le manichéen Félix.

          LXXVI - LIVRE PREMIER. PREMIÈRE CONFÉRENCE.

          LXXVII - LIVRE SECOND. SECONDE CONFÉRENCE.


          LXXVIII - DE LA NATURE DU BIEN.
          LXXIX - LETTRE De Sécundinus à Augustin.
          LXXX - RÉFUTATION DE SÉCUNDINUS.


          LXXXI - CONTRE UN ADVERSAIRE DE LA LOI ET DES PROPHÈTES.


          LXXXII -  A OROSE. Sur les Priscillianistes et les Origénistes.


          CONTRE LES ARIENS

          LXXXIII - DOCTRINE DES ARIENS.

          LXXXIV - CONTRE LA DOCTRINE DES ARIENS.


          LXXXV- CONFÉRENCE De saint Augustin avec Maximin, évêque Arien.

          RÉFUTATION DE MAXIMIN, ÉVÊQUE ARIEN.

          LXXXVI - LIVRE Ier

          LXXXVII - LIVRE SECOND.

          CONTRE LES DONATISTES :

          LXXXVIII - DE L'UNITÉ DU BAPTÊME. Réfutation des erreurs des Pétilianus.

          LXXXIX - RÉSUMÉ d'une conférence avec les Donatistes.

          XC - AVERTISSEMENT AUX DONATISTES. APRÈS LA CONFÉRENCE.

          XCI - DISCOURS Au peuple de l'église de Césarée. EN PRÉSENCE D'ÉMÉRITE, ÉVÉQUE DONATISTE A CÉSARÉE.

          XCII - CONFÉRENCE De saint Augustin avec Emérite, ÉVÊQUE DONATISTE A CÉSARÉE.

          XCIII - RÉFUTATION  De la doctrine de Gaudentius.

          XCIV - LIVRE SECOND. Réfutation de la réponse faite par Gaudentius au livre précédent.

          XCV - DISCOURS ATTRIBUÉ A SAINT AUGUSTIN. Sur le sous-diacre Rusticianus.

          XCVI - CHANT POPULAIRE. Contre la secte des Donatistes.

          XCVII - RÉFUTATION D’un écrit de Parménien.

          XCVIII - DU BAPTÊME : CONTRE LES DONATISTES.

          XCIX - CONTRE LES LETTRES DE PÉTILIEN. 

          C - LETTRE AUX CATHOLIQUES CONTRE LES DONATISTES ou Traité de l'Unité de l'Eglise.

          CONTRE CRESCONIUS Grammairien et Donatiste.

          CI - LIVRE PREMIER : LE BAPTÊME DONNÉ PAR LES DONATISTES.

          CII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME : NE PAS RÉITÉRER LE BAPTÊME. 

          CIII - LIVRE TROISIÈME Suite de la réfutation de la lettre de Cresconius.

          CIV - LIVRE QUATRIÈME. L’AFFAIRE DES MAXIMIENS


           

          CONTROVERSE AVEC LES PÉLAGIENS

          DU MÉRITE ET DE LA RÉMISSION DES PÉCHÉS ET DU BAPTÊME DES PETITS ENFANTS.

           CV - LIVRE PREMIER. LA MORT VIENT DU PÉCHÉ.

          CVI - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. TOUS LES HOMMES SONT PÉCHEURS.

          CVII - LIVRE TROISIÈME. ÉPÎTRE À MARCELLIN.


          CVIII - DES ACTES DU PROCÈS DE PÉLAGE.


          DE LA GRÂCE DE JÉSUS-CHRIST ET DU PÉCHÉ ORIGINEL.

          CIX - LIVRE PREMIER. DE LA GRÂCE DE JÉSUS-CHRIST.

          CX - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. DU PÉCHÉ ORIGINEL.


          DE L'ÂME ET DE SON ORIGINE.

          CXI - LIVRE PREMIER. ERREURS DE VINCENT VICTOR. 

          CXII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. ERREURS DE VINCENT VICTOR. 

          CXIII - LIVRE TROISIÈME. LES ONZE ERREURS DE VINCENT VICTOR. 

          CXIV - LIVRE QUATRIÈME. SPIRITUALITÉ DE L’ÂME. 


          DU MARIAGE ET DE LA CONCUPISCENCE.

          CXV - Lettre au comte Valère.

          CXVI - LIVRE PREMIER. L’HONNEUR DU MARIAGE.

          CXVII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. RÉFUTATION DE JULIEN.


          CONTRE JULIEN Défenseur du Pélagianisme.

          CXVII - LIVRE PREMIER. LES CATHOLIQUES ACCUSÉS DE MANICHÉISME.

          CXVIII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. CINQ OBJECTIONS CONTRE LE PÉCHÉ MORTEL.

          CXIX - LIVRE TROISIÈME. LE PREMIER LIVRE DE JULIEN.

          CXX - LIVRE QUATRIÈME. LE DEUXIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.

          CXXI - LIVRE CINQUIÈME. LE TROISIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.

          CXXII - LIVRE SIXIÈME. LE QUATRIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN


          CXXIII - DE LA NATURE ET DE LA GRÂCE.

          CXXIV - DE LA CORRECTION ET DE LA GRÂCE.

          CXXV - DE LA PRÉDESTINATION DES SAINTS.

          CXXVI - DU DON DE LA PERSÉVÉRANCE.


          CONTRE LA SECONDE RÉPONSE DE JULIEN.

          CXXVII - LIVRE PREMIER. LES TROIS PREMIERS ARGUMENTS DE JULIEN.

          CXXVIII - LIVRE DEUXIÈME. UN TEXTE DE SAINT PAUL.

          CXXIX - LIVRE TROISIÈME. LE TROISIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.

          CXXX - LIVRE QUATRIÈME. LE QUATRIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.
          Traduction de M. l'abbé BARDOT. 

          CXXXI LIVRE CINQUIÈME. LE CINQUIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.

          CXXXII - LIVRE SIXIÈME. LE SIXIÈME LIVRE DE JULIEN.


          CXXXIII - DE L'ESPRIT ET DE LA LETTRE


          CXXXIV - DE LA NATURE ET DE LA GRÂCE. RÉFUTATION DE PÉLAGE.


          CXXXV - DE LA PERFECTION DE LA JUSTICE DE L'HOMME.
          LETTRE AUX ÉVÊQUES EUTROPE ET PAUL





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          Revue égyptologique
          ISSN: 2195-9323 
          Die Revue égyptologique wurde 1880 von den renommierten Ägyptologen Emil Brugsch, François Chabas und Eugène Revillout, die alle eine große Expertise in dem Bereich der hieroglyphischen Lesung und Grammatik mitbrachten, ins Leben gerufen. Die neue Zeitschrift sollte besonders der weiteren Entzifferung und Interpretation der Hieroglyphen, des Hieratischen, Demotischen und Koptischen gewidmet sein, aber auch für weitere Themen zum Alten Ägypten offen stehen. Besonders innovativ für die damalige Zeit war die Setzung der Hieroglyphen als Drucktypen anstatt diese per Hand in den Text einzufügen. 
          Die Revue égyptologique erschien bis 1914 und erfuhr während der Kriegsjahre eine Unterbrechung. 1919, 1920 und 1924 erschien dann eine Neue Serie unter der Herausgeberschaft von Alexandre Moret und Pierre Jouguet. Ab 1925 wurde sie, ebenso wie die Travaux relatifs à la philologie et à l'archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes durch die Revue de l'Égypte ancienne abgelöst.
          1.1880
          2.1881
          3.1883
          4.1885
          5.1887/88
          6.1891
          7.1896
          8.1898
          9.1900
          10.1902
          11.1904
          12.1907
          13.1911
          14.1914
          N.S.1.1919
          N.S.2.1920/1924