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Kima Historical Gazetteer: Place Names in the Hebrew Script

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Kima Historical Gazetteer: Place Names in the Hebrew Script
Kima Historical Gazetteer
The Pelagios Resource Development Grant of the first round has enabled us to launch the project Kima, a Hebrew script, attestation-based historical gazetteer. The resulting resource was a promising database, which was, however, still unbalanced and required more work in order to make it usable as an encompassing, multipurpose gazetteer. We were thrilled, then, to hear that our application for the second round was successful.
The second RDG will enable us not only to consolidate the gazetteer with data entry through OCR and OCR correction of two large print gazetteers, and of the annotation, using Recogito, of the place names in two bilingual editions of medieval travel narratives. Furthermore, more than a rich resource in the Hebrew script, it will enable us to offer  a scalable contribution to any gazetteer and extention to Recogito by developing work flows for gazetteer building through Recogito.  We will expand here on three aspects of the work: populating the gazetteer, matching and geocoding, and finally, opening and sustaining the gazetteer.

Heritage Gazetteer of Cyprus

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Heritage Gazetteer of Cyprus
Welcome to the Heritage Gazetteer for Cyprus (HGC). Cyprus has played an important role in the history of many cultures. It has been described in many languages and several different alphabets, over several millennia. This can make identification of places difficult; and it means that interesting historical information may be dispersed, and hard to access.

The overall aim of this project, therefore, is to facilitate the use of a wide range of expertise in recording the historic geography of Cyprus; the resource has been designed to record all locations/monuments attested as in use in any period up to 1882, and all names used for these locations on the island, in any language or period up to the establishment of standard reference systems. Modern administrative districts are named according to the Οδηγός Τυποποίησης Ονομάτων (Nicosia, 2007, available online). Modern toponyms are given in the form used in the Complete Gazetteer of Cyprus (Nicosia, 1987, pp 1-1301 available online: see also the list of Towns and Villages of Cyprus, pp. 1303-1669).

The essential requirement for inclusion in the HGC is, for any location not yet in the Gazetteer, a georeference, a name and a dated reference; and for any name not yet in the Gazetteer, a reference to an example of its use in an accessible document, and a date. There is provision for contributors to register, and for all contributions to be peer-reviewed before publication.

Administrative: Seven million page views on AWOL

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Over the night of December 5/6 2017, AWOL surpassed seven million page views. Five million of these have been within the last four years, a million in the last nine months. March and April generally have the lowest levels of traffic. "Normal" traffic is now well above the 100,000 page views per month level.

In the right hand side bar of AWOL is a form allowing you to receive notifications of updates to AWOL by email. This seems useful for those for whom news feeds are not. Your address will be safe. Neither AWOL nor Feedburner will send spam. Since I announced this feature in June 2009, 7,984e-mail addresses have subscribed to AWOL.

If you are reading this in a newsreader or on facebook or twitter (or other social media) you will have to click through to see the form in the sidebar. If you are reading this by email you have already done what's required. To successfully subscribe you, the software requires a confirmation of your request to join. If you don't see such a confirmation request, check your spam folder. If all this fails, contact me (cellwoodjones at gmail dot com) and I will manually add your address.

Instructions for unsubscribing from the email list are at the bottom of each message from AWOL.

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You are invited to visit The AWOL Index
This publication systematically describes ancient-world information resources on the world-wide web. The bibliographic data presented herein has been programmatically extracted from the content of AWOL - The Ancient World Online (ISSN 2156-2253) and formatted in accordance with a structured data model. In continuous operation since 2009, AWOL is a blog authored by Charles E. Jones, Tombros Librarian for Classics and Humanities at the Pattee Library, Penn State University

This publication, The AWOL Index, is an experimental project, developed jointly by Jones and Tom Elliott, the Associate Director for Digital Programs at New York University's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW), with the assistance of Pavan Atri, Roger Bagnall, Dawn Gross, Sebastian Heath, Gabriel McKee, Ronak Parpani, David Ratzan, and Kristen Soule.

Creation of The AWOL Index was made possible by a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.
We are currently working with partners in London and New York (and elsewhere) to make the data collected in AWOL more accessible and reusable.

I welcome comments (though not so much from spambots) both directly (cellwoodjones at gmail dot com) and in the comments section of each entry.  If you are aware of open access scholarship on Antiquity not yet listed here, please pass it along.

Open Access Journal: Mètis. Anthropologie des mondes grecs anciens

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[First posted in AWOL 16 October 2010. Updated 6 December 2017]


 Mètis
La collection Mètis est née en 1986 d’une collaboration entre hellénistes grecs et français. Elle s’est donné comme but d’étudier l’Antiquité grecque en se plaçant dans la perspective d’une anthropologie historique du monde grec ancien, tout en gardant le lien avec les disciplines érudites (philologie, histoire, archéologie, etc.), en prenant compte les apports de diverses sciences humaines (ethnologie, sociologie, linguistique, psychologie, psychanalyse). Elle a plus récemment pris le parti d’interroger aussi les cultures romaine et byzantine.

De dimension internationale, elle ouvre ses publications à cinq langues (français, grec, anglais, italien, allemand) et son comité de lecture se compose de spécialistes originaires de divers pays européens (France, Grèce, Italie, Allemagne, Angleterre, etc.), ainsi que des États-Unis.
Les numéros de la première série (de 1986 à 1998) sont disponibles sur Persée. [See below]


Mètis. Anthropologie des mondes grecs anciens
ISSN: 1105-2201
eISSN: 1791-7077 
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Mètis est née d’une collaboration entre hellénistes grecs et français. Dans la perspective d’une anthropologie historique centrée sur l’antiquité grecque, elle s’est récemment élargie à l’étude des mondes anciens, en particulier grec et romain. Tout en intégrant les disciplines érudites (philologie, histoire, archéologie, épigraphie), elle s’applique à prendre en compte des apports des sciences sociales (ethnologie, sociologie, linguistique, psychologie, psychanalyse).
Site de l'éditeur   

1986-1989



1990-1998

Open Access Journal: EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics

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EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics
ISSN: 2281-3209
http://www.ricercafilosofica.it/epekeina/public/journals/1/cover_issue_7_en_US.jpg
EPEKEINAis a new biannual peer-reviewed journal published by CRF - Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Filosofica, a non-profit cultural association and independent research center founded in Palermo (Italy) in association with the local University. It covers a wide range of research on Ontology including Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Political Philosophy, and other relevant areas of philosophical research. It seeks to provide an international platform for scholars worldwide to exchange their most recent philosophical research. The Journal is commited to making its contents free and open to the public with the intent of supporting the global exchange of knowledge.

2017

2016

Vol 7, No 1-2 (2016): Costruire il consenso

A cura di Andrea Le Moli e Francesco La Mantia

2015

Vol 6, No 2 (2015): The Ontology of Matter

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Giorgio Armato

Vol 5, No 1 (2015): Ontology in Dialogue

Edited by A. Le Moli, F. Mazzocchio, G. Schimmenti

2014

Vol 4, No 1-2 (2014): Evil, Progress, and Fall: Moral Readings of Time and Cultural Development in Roman Literature and Philosophy

Edited by Rosa Rita Marchese and Fabio Tutrone

Cover Image: a Roman mosaic from Trier showing a savant (probably Anaximander) with a sundial.
Courtesy of the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier.
http://www.landesmuseum-trier.de

2013

Vol 3, No 2 (2013): Jean-Luc Nancy. L'iperbole del finito

A cura di Rosaria Caldarone, Patrizia Cecala, Giovanni Tusa

Vol 2, No 1 (2013): Ontology Revisited

Edited by Andrea Le Moli, Marco Carapezza, Pietro Giuffrida

2012

Vol 1, No 1-2 (2012): Towards a multidisciplinary foundation of Ontology

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Pietro Giuffrida

News from Coinage of the Roman Republic Online: More than 20,000 Roman Republican coins from the BnF added to CRRO

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More than 20,000 Roman Republican coins from the BnF added to CRRO 
Wednesday, December 6, 2017

In a watershed moment for Roman Republican numismatics, 20,237 coins with high-resolution IIIF images from the Bibliothèque nationale de France have been incorporated into the Nomisma.org SPARQL endpoint, and are therefore available in Coinage of the Roman Republic Online. This nearly doubles the coverage of Republican coinage--there had previously been about 26,000 coins available through CRRO from 18 museums or archaeological databases (like the Portable Antiquities Scheme).

RRC 452/3


The addition of IIIF images for these coins greatly increases the scope of dynamic, SPARQL-generated IIIF manifests for coin types, such as this one from RRC 335/1a.

Florence Codine, from the BnF Coins and Medals department, provided a spreadsheet dump of these coins, which have been meticulously cataloged with CRRO URIs. I updated the PHP script I wrote for the integration of the BnF's coins of Alexander the Great into Pella. This script iterates through all of the ARKs in the CSV and queries the Gallica OAI-PMH endpoint to extract further metadata available in the OAI Dublin Core. This script then outputs RDF/XML conforming to the Nomisma ontology and data model, with the IIIF extension following the Europeana Data Model specification.

Some Basic Stats

  • 2,295 total RRC types in CRRO
  • 2,119 types are connected to at least 1 physical type (92% coverage)
  • 2,105 types connected to at least 1 physical type that has been photographed (91%) (SPARQL query)
  • 1,791 types are connected to BnF coins specifically (78% coverage for just one collection!)
  • RRC 340/1 has the largest photographic coverage with 1,878 coins! [I am going to need to introduce pagination for SPARQL results on coin type pages]
  • 63 types have more than 100 photographed specimens
  • 966 types have more than 10 photographed specimens (42%)

Here's a CSV output of all types + the total image count per type: [download]

Wadi el-Hudi Expedition

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Wadi el-Hudi Expedition
Wadi el-Hudi is an area of Egypt's Eastern Desert southeast of Aswan  that, in ancient times, was a center for mining because of its unique geology. It contains dozens of archaeological sites that stand like time capsules in the desert, which date from the Paleolithic Period (about 200,000 years ago) to the Islamic Period (about 500-1,000 years ago). Ancient Egyptian monuments and artifacts are the most prevalent, consisting of fortified settlements, amethyst mines, and rock inscriptions built during the Middle Kingdom (between 3,700 and 4,000 years ago) and the Roman Period (circa 2050-1600 years ago). The state of preservation of the archaeology is astonishing: walls stand to their original heights of two meters, ancient pottery covers the surface, and many inscriptions are carved into boulders surrounding the mines. Prior to our expedition, geologists and archaeologists had inspected Wadi el-Hudi only intermittently since 1917 when Geologist Labib Nassim discovered the ancient archaeological sites. In the 1940s, the Egyptologist Ahmed Fakhry conducted a survey of the area, where he identified 14 archaeological sites and recorded over 100 inscriptions. In the 1990s, the sites were also visited by Ian Shaw, Robert Jameson, Rosemarie Klemm, and Dietrich Klemm as parts of larger studies of Ancient Egyptian mining operations. But with the work of the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition, many more of these monuments have been recorded and in much greater detail. Since 2014, the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition has been mapping, documenting, and excavating 39 archaeological sites so far discovered. 

The Wadi el-Hudi Expedition was launched in 2014 to record and conserve the monuments and artifacts at Wadi el-Hudi. Prior work there published only half of the surviving inscriptions and did not investigate the greatest part of the archaeology. Nevertheless, Wadi el-Hudi has historically significant information for the history of Egypt and the organization of the Ancient Egyptian government. Indeed, far beyond its importance for the study of mining expeditions, Wadi el-Hudi has the potential to change much of what we know about the political and social history of all of Ancient Egypt...

Open Access Journal: Le Bulletin du Centre de recherche français de Jérusalem

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[First posted in AWOL 8 March 2009. Updated 7 December 2017]

Le Bulletin du Centre de recherche français de Jérusalem
ISSN électronique 2075-5287
http://bcrfj.revues.org/docannexe/file/6450/front.jpg
Le Bulletin du Centre de recherche français à Jérusalem est une publication annuelle qui vise à faire connaître les recherches et les activités du CRFJ. À partir du numéro 19, année 2008, le Bulletin est disponible uniquement en ligne.


Le CRFJ est placé sous la double tutelle du ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes et du CNRS. Il est intégré au réseau des Instituts de recherche français à l’étranger (IFRE) animé par le MAEE ; et il constitue une unité de recherche du CNRS (USR 3132).

Numéros en texte intégral

Open Access Journal: Syria. Archéologie, Art et histoire

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  [First posted in AWOL 26 August 2009. Updated 7 December 2017]

Syria. Archéologie, Art et histoire
eISSN: 2076-8435
Couverture Syria 92-2015
Depuis 1920, la revue Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire est publiée par l’Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo) avec le concours du CNRS. La revue se consacre à l’histoire ancienne et à l’archéologie du Proche-Orient, Chypre compris. De la préhistoire au viie siècle et de la Méditerranée au plateau iranien, Syria traite d’archéologie, d’épigraphie, de philologie, d’histoire et d’histoire de l’art.

Derniers numéros


Henri Seyrig (1895-1973)

Sous la direction de Frédérique Duyrat, Françoise Briquel-Chatonnet, Jean-Marie Dentzer et Olivier Picard

Informations sur cette image
Crédits : © Archives Seyrig
220*280 mm
ISBN 978-2-35159-801-6
Notes de la rédactionActes du colloque Henri Seyrig (1895-1973) tenu les 10 et 11 octobre à la Bibliothèque nationale de France et à l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Paris

Numéros en texte intégral



Suppléments à Syria

 The Syria backlist (vol 1 (1920) - vol 82 (2005) is available at Persée:

Syria. Archéologie, Art et histoire
ISSN format papier:0039-7946
eISSN: 2076-8435
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6032/6308713238_79268a3239_m.jpg
Syria, an annual journal, has been published uninterruptedly since 1920 by the French Institute of the Near East (Amman, Beirut, Damascus, Aleppo). The review is dedicated to the history and archaelogy of the Semitic Near East (Cyprus included) from Prehistory to the Islamic conquest. It publishes articles in all the disciplines related to this field of research, archaology, epigraphy, philology, history, art history ; these articles are sometimes gathered together in thematic issues, but usually each issue of Syria tries to give - by means of 12 to 18 articles -, a varied overview of research on the Ancient Near East. The languages in use are French, English, German, Italian, and Spanish. From time to time, the review also publishes topical notes, and normaly devotes in each issue an extensive section to reading notes on books published on the Ancient Near East.
Syria, qui paraît depuis 1920 sans interruption, est publiée par l’Institut Français du Proche-Orient, en une seule livraison annuelle. La revue se consacre à l’histoire et l’archéologie du Proche-Orient sémitique (y compris Chypre) de la préhistoire à la conquête islamique. Elle publie des articles dans toutes les disciplines de ce champ de recherche, archéologie, épigraphie, philologie, histoire, histoire de l’art ; ces articles peuvent être quelquefois regroupés en dossiers thématiques, mais le plus souvent chaque volume tente de donner, à travers 12 à 18 articles, un panorama varié de la recherche au Proche-Orient ancien. Les langues employées sont le français, l’anglais, l’allemand, l’italien et l’espagnol. Tous les articles sont précédés d’un résumé en français, en anglais et en arabe. La revue publie aussi à l’occasion de courtes notes d’actualité, et consacre dans chaque numéro un épais cahier aux recensions d’ouvrages parus sur le Proche-Orient ancien.

Available periods  :










2000-...

New Ancient World Content in JSTOR

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Contract Archaeology Reports /פרסומי חפירות יישומיות
Contract Archaeology Reports / פרסומי חפירות יישומיות
Coverage: 2005-2013 (Vol. 1 - Vol. 4)
Qadmoniot: A Journal for the Antiquities of Eretz-Israel and Bible Lands /קדמוניות: כתב-עת לעתיקות ארץ-ישראל וארצות המקרא
Qadmoniot: A Journal for the Antiquities of Eretz-Israel and Bible Lands / קדמוניות: כתב-עת לעתיקות ארץ-ישראל וארצות המקרא
Coverage: 1968-2013 (Vol. א, No. 1/2 - Vol. מו, No. 146)


For information on all new content in JSTOR see here

And see also:

AWOL's full list of journals in JSTOR with substantial representation of the Ancient World

Open Access Journal: Archäologischer Anzeiger

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Archäologischer Anzeiger
ISSN: 0003-8105
ISSN: 2510-4713 
Bild auf der Startseite der Zeitschrift
Im Archäologischen Anzeiger (AA) werden Kurzbeiträge zu aktuellen Forschungen und Berichte über Grabungsprojekte des DAI sowie von Fachkollegen weltweit publiziert. Schwerpunktmäßig informiert die Zeitschrift über Themen aus dem Mittelmeerraum von der Vorgeschichte bis in die Spätantike, durchaus aber auch über Projekte außerhalb des Kernbereichs der Alten Welt. ISSN: 0003-8105

Digitale Ausgaben

2016

1. Halbband 2016

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2015

2. Halbband 2015

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1. Halbband 2015

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2014

2. Halbband 2014

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2013

2. Halbband 2013

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2012

2. Halbband 2012

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2011

2. Halbband 2011

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2010

2. Halbband 2010

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2009

2. Halbband 2009

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2008

2. Halbband 2008

[PDFs teilweise verfügbar]

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 Back volumes available via Digizeitschriften

Archäologischer Anzeiger

The Egypt Exploration Society Flickr Stream

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The Egypt Exploration Society Flickr Stream
https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8836/coverphoto/25459876@N04_h.jpg?1470814282#25459876@N04
The EES’ mission is to explore and document ancient Egyptian sites and monuments, and to create a lasting record of the remains as a means of preserving them.
 You can also follow us on Twitter (@TheEES), and Facebook (The Egypt Exploration Society).
View collections







And see AWOL's list of Institutional flickr Photostreams

Open Access Dissertations at University of Pretoria

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[First posted in AWOL 23 July 2010, updated 8 December 2017]

University of Pretoria Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Welcome to the Institutional Repository of the University of Pretoria, an open access electronic archive collecting, preserving and distributing digital materials created, owned and hosted by the University of Pretoria. 
 Ancient Languages
  • Potgieter, Annette(OpenJournals Publishing, 2014-05-13)
    The discernment of Psalm 26 as a cultic psalm has prevented noticing vital connections with wisdom literature. These connections with Proverbs and other known wisdom psalms provide clues for the composition of Psalm 26 to ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus; Kritzinger, J.P.K.(Insitute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2013)
    The authors argue that the density of rhetorical devices in Chapter VI of Jerome’s Vita Malchi Monachi Captivi not only serves as proof of Jerome’s literary competence, but also informs the reader about the real purpose ...
  • Mondriaan, Marlene Elizabeth(Unisa Press, 2013)
    Important Aramaic papyri documents have been discovered at the fortified city on the island of Elephantine in the Nile River. These documents describe, inter alia, the lives of a group of Jewish mercenaries and their ...
  • Prinsloo, G.T.M. (Gert Thomas Marthinus)(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2013)
    Suffering is a universal human experience. It causes an existential crisis and a struggle to construct meaning. When suffering is expressed through the medium of language, it is often done in terms of bodily experience in ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Insitute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2013)
    In this study I will critically discuss Chrysostom's treatment of power and violence in his "Commentary on Psalms". When the Jews suffer from violence, Chrysostom believes that it is justified because they have tortured ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2013)
    Psalm 53 is an adapted version of Ps 14, crafted to fit in among a cluster of psalms consisting of Pss 52-55. Each of these psalms is described in their respective headings as a "Maskil," while Pss 52 and 54 each also have ...
  • Haskins, Susan L.(Brill, 2014)
    AbstractIn analyses of the Cupid and Psyche story from Apuleius’ Metamorphoses, scholars have been faced with the issue of explaining the presence of a prominent female character. The usual response has been to interpret ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2013)
    One important objection against accepting the authenticity of the Syriac Sermon on Palm Sunday as being from the hand of Ephrem the Syrian, is the use of explicit Trinitarian language in lines 426-431 of the sermon. This ...
  • Loader, J.A. (James Alfred), 1945-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2013)
    It is shown that the wisdom of the sages represented in the Book of Proverbs pushes at the limits of wisdom’s rational basis in such a way as to question its own possibilities. The assumption that the Book of Proverbs ...
  • Prinsloo, G.T.M. (Gert Thomas Marthinus)(AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-08-05)
    Habakkuk 3 is one of the most controversial texts in the Hebrew Bible. Diverging opinions have been expressed on literally every facet of the text. Quite surprising though, interpreters are virtually unanimous in their ...
  • Van Aarde, A.G. (Andries G.)(University of Pretoria, 1978)
    Die doel van hierdie studie is om die relevansie van Gattungsforschung by die vasstelling van "betekenis" te ondersoek. Dit word gedoen deur hoofsaaklik die Nuwe-Testamentiese makarisme as Gattung nader te belig en die ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-07-04)
    The article revisits the thesis of Walter Beyerlin from 1980 that Psalm 52 is a paraeneticdidactic Wisdom poem from the late Persian period. Beyerlin reached his conclusion from a comparison of Psalm 52 with post-exilic ...
  • Potgieter, J.H. (Johan Hendrik), 1952-(AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-07-08)
    In this article, a stichometric and poetic analysis of Psalm 52 is offered which forms the basis for a description of the character of the rich but crooked antagonist and the pious protagonist in the psalm. The profile ...
  • Mondriaan, Marlene Elizabeth(Unisa Press, 2013)
    Prior to the discovery of the Ugaritic texts at Ras Shamra in 1929, the Hebrew Bible was considered the leading authority on the Canaanite religion. An abundance of tablets were uncovered at Ras Shamra, disclosing that ...
  • Schader, Jo-Mari(Unisa Press, 2013)
    The problematic structure of Psalm 47, on which there is no consensus, comes under scrutiny in this study as it makes interpretation of some key themes in the psalm difficult. The main concern of this study is an analysis ...
  • Wessels, Leana(Unisa Press, 2013)
    Inanna/Ishtar is regarded as the most important goddess of the Sumerian pantheon, yet she disrupted the social order and distorted the normative boundaries of Mesopotamian society. The classification of Inanna/Ishtar has ...
  • Adendorff, Melissa(Unisa Press, 2013)
    The ancient Near Eastern social values of honour and shame are textually portrayed through the behaviour and beliefs of characters in a narrative. An example of the narrative and textual portrayal of these social values ...
  • Van der Bergh, Ronald Henry(New Testament Society of South Africa, 2013)
    This article seeks to highlight the problematic use of the term βάρβαρος in the Acts of the Apostles (28:2, 4). In the ancient world this term could function as an ethnic and linguistic marker to designate another people ...
  • Van der Bergh, Ronald Henry(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2013)
    Paul's apparent lack of preaching to the inhabitants of Malta in Acts 28:1-10 and his seeming indifference to being called 'a god' form a stark contrast to his usual missionary pattern in the narrative of Acts, possibly ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2012)
    In this study I will critically discuss Chrysostom’s treatment of power and violence in his “Commentary on Psalms”. When the Jews suffer from violence, Chrysostom believes that it is justified because they have tortured ...
  • Loader, J.A. (James Alfred), 1945-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2012)
    Following on a study of the perception of human beauty in the Old Testament, this article proposes to extend the topic by enquiring into the perception of what is beautiful in that which humans do. Apart from pictorial ...
  • Van der Bergh, Ronald Henry(AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-04-18)
    The episode of Peter’s rescue from prison in Acts 12:5–17 occupies an intriguing position in the narrative of Acts as a whole. Scholars hold differing views on the episode’s function. These views range from seeing the ...
  • Loader, J.A. (James Alfred), 1945-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2012)
    In the OT “remembering” often denotes the experience of reliving special events of the past and thereby making them virtually present. Several texts are advanced in an argument that, where remembering is aided by an ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(AOSIS Open Journals, 2012-11-08)
    This article argued that Psalm 37 and Proverbs 1–4 served as sources for the composition of Psalm 1. The emphasis in both donor texts on the righteous people’s inheriting the Promised Land seems to have imprinted also ...
  • Van der Bergh, Ronald Henry(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2012)
    The mysterious dream of Pilate’s wife and its recounting to her husband (Matthew 27:19b) occupies a significant place in discussions on Pilate’s guilt. The present article aims to investigate the reception of this text ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2012)
    The paper investigates the literary and theological provenance of Ps 91. It is shown that Ps 91 (in its present form) was composed by someone who had access to Proverbs, in particular Prov 3, while Ps 91 itself played ...
  • Straeuli, Christian(Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 2011)
    The battle of Leuctra was fought in 371 BC and represents a turning point in Greek history. For a long time the Spartans had held military dominance on any battlefield they entered, but this battle put an end to that ...
  • Van der Bergh, Ronald Henry(Stellenbosch University: Department of Ancient Studies, 2008)
    The distinction between story and discourse has become all but canonical in narratology. This article investigates the viability of this approach with reference to the narratological analysis of biblical narratives. It ...
  • Potgieter, J.H. (Johan Hendrik), 1952-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2012)
    Psalm 31 seems to be a late post-exilic text. It displays numerous similarities with other psalms, and also with the prophetic books of Jonah and Jeremiah. This paper proposes to investigate the nature of the literary ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2012)
    This paper contends that Ps 12 should be read, as part of the composition Pss 9–14, as a response to and an explication of Prov 30:1–14 by exponents of Wisdom thinking in the Persian period. The suffering of the righteous ...
  • Mondriaan, Marlene Elizabeth(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2011)
    This article examines the Kenite tribe, particularly considering their importance as suggested by the Kenite hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, the Kenites, and the Midianites, were the peoples who introduced ...
  • Sutton, Lodewyk(Unisa Press, 2011)
    This paper focuses on the meaning of shaḥar ( ) in Psalm 139:7-12. A comparison will be made between Psalm 139:7-12 in the Old Testament and mythological imagery in the ancient Near East to get a better understanding ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(OpenJournals Publishing, 2011-06)
    This article looked at hunger and famine in Chrysostom’s time. It has always been tragic and ironic that hunger should exist in a world of plenty. This topic has been discussed from an economic, social, theological, ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 1991)
    The hymn Contra Haereses XXV by Ephrem is translated into English and the use of poetic devices such as metaphor, antithesis, apostrophe, invocatio, hyperbole and acoustic techniques to enhance the argumentative quality ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2001)
    It is contended in this article that Biblical texts can no longer be interpreted without taking cognisance of the contribution that the social sciences can make to the process of interpretation. Psalm 123 is analysed ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 1998)
    The so-called Enthronement Psalms, that is Psalms 47, 93, 96, 97, 98 and 99, are described in this investigation as a distinctive group of psalms which constitute a similar illocutionary act. This act is defined against ...
  • Barkhuizen, J.H., 1940-(Insitute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2010)
    Although the use of imagery in Early Christian and Byzantine homiletics can be defined as common device, one does often find examples (i.e. homilies) which are marked by an almost excessive use thereof, such as Amphilochius‘ ...
  • Du Toit, Marietjie(Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2007)
    The aim of this paper is to show that the origin of the Christian Doctrine on the 'Descensus Christi ad Inferos' can be found in Jewish Christianity. It will also be argued that the development of Jewish hope offered the ...
  • Smit, Gerrit Daniel Stephanus; Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-; Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2007-03)
    Biblical scholars have become increasingly aware of the importance of looking at texts not only in their historical or literary contexts, but also in their socio-cultural context. Many studies have shown that honour and ...
  • Van der Walt, Larry (C.P.)(Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2007)
    In this article the author compares the LXX prayers of Esther and Judith, paying special attention to structure and style. The LXX book of Esther is briefly compared to Judith in terms of their setting and Wirkungsgeschichte. ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    The Hebrew word which is used for “rainbow” in Genesis 9:13,16 can also be translated as an archer’s “bow”. It is interesting to note that all the ancient writers used the latter meaning (“war bow”) in their interpretation ...
  • Deysel, Lesley Claire Frances(Old Testament Society of South Afric, 2009)
    King lists and genealogies are used in this article as a point of reference from which to consider similarities between the historiographical perspectives of early Israel and traditional Africa, with special reference to ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Faculty of Theology of the University of the Orange Free State, 2009-12)
    The aim of this article is to study what Chrysostom said about theft and robbery in his community. His homilies on the New Testament will be scrutinized for information on this negative feature of the ancient world, since ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    The Church Fathers did not have a common theory or system of atonement. Therefore, if one wants to appreciate what they had to say about atonement, one needs to study the rich images that pervade their literature. Their ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    In Jeremiah 2:37 God says to Israel: "You will leave that place (= Egypt) with your hands upon your head". In this article various Bible translations and commentaries are scrutinized to determine how modern exegetes interpret ...
  • Weber, Beat, 1955-(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2009)
    Recently, a few scholars questioned the thesis of a prophetic persona responsible for Isaiah 40-55/66. It has been argued (by Prof. Ulrich Berges and others) that temple singers / musicians (as we hear of them in postexilic ...
  • Firth, D.G. (David Graham)(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2009)
    Although the importance of chronology as a device employed within the Old Testament is widely recognised, its analysis has not employed some of the tools made available by literary theorists. This article adopts Genette's ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2005)
    This article is a social-scientific investigation of the ideology displayed in Psalm 1 and the ideology displayed in Psalm 2. It endeavours to describe the ideological points of contact between the two psalms, so as to ...
  • Stander, Hennie (Hendrik Frederik), 1953-(Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2001)
    In this article the author argues that there is a need for a new "official" translation of the Bible. He discusses modern trends in Bible translation. He also evaluates Afrikaans translations of the Bible on the basis ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 1997)
    This paper endeavours to use the social setting of Psalm 34 as a key to its interpretation. The literary, social, and ideological dimensions of the text are analysed in order to determine its textual strategy, intent and ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2002)
    Psalm 75 is often assumed to be a psalm of thanksgiving. Others regard it as part of a cultic liturgy celebrating God's judgement on evildoers. But few researchers have recognised the important role played by the social ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Reformed Theological College, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2004)
    The article presents a literary and social-scientific analysis of the text of Psalm 101. The ideological purpose of the text seems to have been more than a mere declaration of intent made by someone about to ascend the ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2004)
    Psalm 67 has been interpreted for a long time as part of an agricultural liturgy of thanksgiving for Yahweh’s grace. This paper argues that the psalm’s contents, its structure, and its immediate context in the book of ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2003)
    The relationship between the dramatis personae mentioned in Psalm 118 is investigated to determine for whom the psalm was intended in its present form and what the author or final editor wanted to communicate with the ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Reformed Theological College, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    Psalm 129 is analysed as a poetic composition, as well as an ideological document. It was found that the social codes of honour and shame play an important role in what and how the psalm was supposed to communicate. It is ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2005)
    The meaning of the word ‘Torah’ in Psalm 1:2 is investigated in the light of the intratextual context of Psalm 1 itself and in the light of intertextual connections of this psalm with Joshua 1, Jeremiah 17, Psalms 52 and ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Old Testament Society of South Africa, 2003)
    This paper presents a poetic and social-scientific analysis of the book of Obadiah. It suggests that the social and theological problems to which the book forms a response is the attempt of the people of Judah to come ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2004)
    The first hymn in Ephrem the Syrian’s cycle Contra Haereses is translated and analysed in terms of its rhetorical and argumentative features. It seems that Ephrem used various rhetorical strategies to construct a polarity ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    The presence and literary function of certain polarities in this particular hymn are investigated. It concerns polarities formed by the contrast between what was visible during the trial and crucifixion of Christ and ...
  • Botha, Philippus Jacobus(Department of Ancient Languages, University of Pretoria, 2003)
    Ephrem the Syrian’s twelfth hymn in the cycle De Virginitate is translated and analysed. This hymn describes the temptation of Christ by Satan as a contest in which Satan tried to humiliate Christ, but was defeated and ...

Open Access Journal: Nyame Akuma: Bulletin of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists

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Kerma - Mission archéologique suisse au Soudan

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[First posted in AWOL 2 March 2010. Updated 9 December 2017]

Kerma - Mission archéologique suisse au Soudan
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De nos jours encore, la Nubie incarne l'image d'une contrée lointaine et mystérieuse, traversée par le Nil et s'ouvrant sur l'Afrique noire, ses richesses et son exotisme. Bien qu'elle ait longtemps été dépourvue d'écriture, la civilisation nubienne affiche un dynamisme et une originalité remarquables tant sur le plan culturel qu'économique.

Kerma est l'un des sites majeurs de la vallée du Nil. Fouillé par une équipe suisse depuis plus de trente ans, il a livré des vestiges exceptionnels, enfouis dans les ruines de villes antiques, de temples monumentaux et de vastes nécropoles. C'est la capitale du premier royaume de Nubie. Cette région, qui renferme également les plus anciens cimetières du continent, est enfin le lieu de découverte des statues des pharaons noirs.

Still today, Nubia is synonymous with a mysterious and faraway land through which the River Nile runs, a land that leads the way into Sub-Saharan Africa, its riches and its exoticism. While without writing for millennia, Nubian civilisation displays remarkable dynamism and originality, culturally as well as economically.

Kerma is one of the most important sites of the Nile Valley. Under excavation by a Swiss team for more than thirty years, it has revealed exceptional archaeological remains, monumental temples and vast necropoleis buried in the ruins of ancient cities. Kerma is the capital city of the first kingdom of Nubia. The region, which includes the oldest cemeteries of the African continent, also boasts the discovery of statues of the Black Pharaohs.
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Les rapports de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan 

BONNET, C. & collab. 1978. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 26 : 107-134.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1980. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 28 : 31-72.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 96-123.
BONNET, C. & collab. 1999. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 57-86.
BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.
BONNET, C. & collab. 2003. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.
BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2005. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.
BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2007. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.
HONEGGER, M., BONNET, C. & Collab. 2009. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (1), Université de Neuchâtel.
HONEGGER, M., & Collab. 2012. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (4), Université de Neuchâtel. 

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Nouvelles publications

HONEGGER, M. & Collab. 2013. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (5), Université de Neuchâtel.HONEGGER, M. 2014. Aux origines des pharaons noirs. 10'000 ans d'archéologie en Nubie. (Catalogue de l'exposition présentée au Laténium du 3 septembre 2014 au 17 mai 2015). Hauterive : Laténium ; Neuchâtel : Fondation Kerma.HONEGGER, M. 2014. « Recent Advances in our Understanding of Prehistory in Northern Sudan », in : ANDERSON, J. R. & WELSBY, D. A. (ed.), The Fourth Cataract and Beyond : Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies, Leuven, Paris, Walpole : Peters, p. 19-30.CHAIX, L., DUBOSSON, J. & HONEGGER, M. 2012. « Bucrania from the Eastern Cemetery at Kerma (Sudan) and the practice of Cattle Horn Deformation », in : KABACINSKI, J. et alii (ed.), Prehistory of Northeastern Africa. New Ideas and Discoveries (International Symposium, 02-05 July 2007, Poznan), Studies in African Archaeology, 11 : 189-212.CHAIX, L. & HONEGGER, M. 2009. « New Data on Animal Exploitation from the Mesolithic to the Neotlithic periods in Northern Sudan », in Climate and Ancient Societies (Conference held at the University of Copenhagen, 21-23 oct. 2009).

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BERTI, D., KOHLER, T. & E. OSMAN, E. 1986. « La mosquée de Fadl Bashir à Kerma el Beled », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45. BONNET, C. & collab. 1978. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 26 : 107-134.BONNET, C. & collab. 1980. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 28 : 31-72. BONNET, C.  1982. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.BONNET, C. 1984. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. BONNET, C. 1986. « Kerma. Territoire et métropole », Quatre leçons au Collège de France, IFAO, Bibliothèque Générale, t.IX.BONNET, C. 1986. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.BONNET, C. 1988. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.BONNET, C. 1991. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.  BONNET, C. 1992. « Excavations at the Nubian royal town of Kerma : 1975-1991 », Antiquity, 66, 252 : 611-625.BONNET, C. 1993. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.BONNET, C. 1995. « Kerma : rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1993-1994 et de 1994-1995 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.BONNET, C. 1997. « Kerma : rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1995-1996 et 1996-1997 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 97-123.  BONNET, C. 1999. « Kerma : rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1997-1999 », in : BONNET, C. & collab., Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 57-76.BONNET, C., 2001. « Kerma - Rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 1999-2000 et 2000-2001 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.BONNET, C. 2002. « La découverte d’une ville égyptienne à Kerma » in BÁCS, T. M. (éd.) A Tribute to Excellence. Studies offered in Honor of Ernö Gaál, Ulrich Luft, László Török. Budapest : 69-74.BONNET, C. 2003. « Kerma - Rapport préliminaire sur les campagnes de 2001-2002 et 2002-2003 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.BONNET, C. 2006. « Les établissements des cultures Kerma », in : CANEVA, I., ROCCATTI, A. (ed.), Acta Nubica. Tenth International Conference of the Society for Nubian Studies. (Rome, 9-14 september 2002). Rome, Libreria delle Stato : 15-20.BONNET, C. 2007. « La ville de Doukki Gel après les derniers chantiers archéologiques  », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246. BONNET, C., 2009. « Un ensemble religieux nubien devant une forteresse égyptienne du début de la XVIIIe dynastie. Mission archéologique suisse à Doukki Gel - Kerma (Soudan) », in : Genava n.s. 57 : 95-108.BONNET, C. & EL TAYEB MAHMOUD, M. 1991. « Une tombe méroïtique de la ville antique », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41. BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M., et al. 2006. Kerma et Méroé, cinq conférences d'archéologie soudanaise. Khartoum.BONNET, C. & MOHAMMED AHMED S. 1984. « Un bâtiment résidentiel d'époque napatéenne », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42.BONNET, C. & MOHAMED AHMED, S. E. 1990. « Kerma, point de rencontre entre l'Egypte et les populations africaines », Sahara, 3 : 83-88.BONNET, C. & MOHAMMED AHMED, S. 1991. « Un atelier de potiers d'époque napatéenne et quelques tombes chrétiennes », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.BONNET, C. & REINOLD, J. 1993. « Deux rapports de prospection dans le désert oriental », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33. BONNET, C. & VALBELLE, D. 2003. « Un dépôt de statues royales du début du VIe siècle av. J.-C. à Kerma », Comptes rendus de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres : 747-769.BONNET, C. & VALBELLE, D. 2006. « Les annexes des temples », in : CZERNY, E., HEIN, I., HERMANN, H. & et al. (ed.), Timelines Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak, vol. III, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 149 : 103-108.BOURRIAU, J. 2004. « Egyptian Pottery found in Kerma ancien, Kerma moyen, and Kerma classique graves at Kerma », in : KENDALL, T. (ed.), Proceedings of the IXth International Conference of Nubian Studies (Boston, 21-26 August 1998) : 3-13.CHAIX, L. 1982. « Seconde note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1981 et 1982», in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42. CHAIX, L. 1984. «  Troisième note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1983 et 1984 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. CHAIX, L. 1986. « Les troupeaux et les morts à Kerma (Soudan) (3000 à 1500 avant J.C.) », Anthropologie physique et archéologie : 297-304.CHAIX, L. 1986. « Quatrième note sur la faune de Kerma (Soudan). Campagnes 1985 et 1986 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.CHAIX, L. 1988. « Cinquième note sur la faune de Kerma (campagnes 1987-1988) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.CHAIX, L. 1989. « Animaux et sépultures, deux exemples : le dolmen M XI à Sion (Suisse) et la nécropole de Kerma (Soudan) », Anthropozoologica, n.s., 3 : 43-51.CHAIX, L. 1993. « Les moutons décorés de Kerma (Soudan) : problèmes d'interprétation », Memorie della Societa Italiana di Scienzie Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale. Milano, 26, 2 : 161-164.CHAIX, L. 1995. « Kerma : sixième note sur la faune (campagnes 1989-1995) », in :  BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.CHAIX, L. 1996. « Les bœufs à cornes parallèles : archéologie et ethnographie », Sahara, 8 : 95-97.CHAIX, L. 1998. « Une tombe inhabituelle à Kerma, Soudan », in : ANREITER, P., BARTOSIEWICZ, L., JEREM, E. & MEID, W., (eds), Man and the animal world. Studies in Archaeozoology, Archaeology, Anthropology and Palaeolinguistics in memoriam Sandor Bökönyi, Archaeolingua, Budapest : 147-155.CHAIX, L. 1999. « The dogs from Kerma (Sudan) 2700 to 1500 BC », in : BECKER, C., MANHART, H., PETERS, J. & SCHIBLER, J. (Hrsg), Historia Animalium ex Ossibus. Beiträge zu Paläoanatomie, Archäologie, Ägyptologie, Ethnologie und Geschichte der Tiermedizin. Festschrift für Angela von den Driesch zum 65. Geburtstag. Marie Leidorf Verlag, Rahden : 109-126.CHAIX, L. 2001. « Animals as symbols : the bucrania of the grave KN 24 (Kerma, Northern Sudan) », in : BUITENHUIS, H. & PRUMMEL, W. (eds.), Animals and man in the past. Essays in honour of Dr. A. T. Clason emeritus professor of archaeozoology Rijkuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands. Groningen, ARC Publicatie, 41 : 364-370.CHAIX, L. 2002. « Omniprésence du cuir à Kerma (Soudan) au IIIe millénaire av. J.-C. », in : AUDOIN-ROUZEAU, F. & BEYRIES S. (dir.), Le travail du cuir de la préhistoire à nos jours. XXIIe Rencontres internationales d'archéologie et d'histoire d'Antibes. Antibes, APDCA : 31-40.CHAIX, L. 2003. « La découpe de l'agneau : un rite funéraire à Kerma (Soudan) vers 2000 av. J.-C. », Revue Archéologique de Picardie, n.s., 21 : 219-224.CHAIX, L. 2006. « Bœufs à cornes déformées et béliers à sphéroïde : de l'art rupestre à l'archéozoologie », in : GAUTHIER, Y., LE QUELLEC, J.-L. & SIMONIS, R. (eds), Hic Sunt Leones, mélanges sahariens en l'honneur d'Alfred Muzzolini, Cahiers de l'Association des Amis de l'Art Rupestre Saharien, 10 : 49-54.CHAIX, L. 2007. « Contribution to the knowledge of the domestic cattle in Africa : the osteometry of the fossil cattle (Bos Taurus L. Linné) from Kerma (Sudan, 2050-1750 BC) », Documenta archaeobiologiae.CHAIX, L., BONNET, C., LENOBLE, P., REINOLD, J. & VALBELLE, D. 1989. « Sépultures à chiens sacrifiés dans la vallée du Nil », CRIPEL, 11 : 25-39. CHAIX, L., DUBOSSON, J. & HONEGGER, M. 2012. « Bucrania from the Eastern Cemetery at Kerma (Sudan) and the practice of Cattle Horn Deformation », in : KABACINSKI, J. et alii (ed.), Prehistory of Northeastern Africa. New Ideas and Discoveries (International Symposium, 02-05 July 2007, Poznan), Studies in African Archaeology, 11 : 189-212. CHAIX, L., FAURE, M., GUERIN, C. & HONEGGER, M. 2000. « Kaddanarti, a Lower Pleistocene assemblage from Northern Sudan », in : KRZYZANIAK, L. et alii (ed.), Recent Research into the Stone Age of Northeastern Africa (International Symposium, 23-26 August 1997, Poznan),Studies in African Archaeology, 7 : 33-46.CHAIX, L. & GRANT, A. 1987. « A study of a prehistoric population of sheep (Ovis aries L.) from Kerma (Sudan) - Archaeozoological and archaeological implications », Archaeozoologia, 1,1 : 77-92.CHAIX, L. & GRANT, A. 1992. « Cattle in Ancient Nubia », Anthropozoologica, 16 : 61-66.CHAIX, L. & HONEGGER, M. 2009. « New Data on Animal Exploitation from the Mesolithic to the Neotlithic periods in Northern Sudan », in  Climate and Ancient Societies (Conference held at the University of Copenhagen, 21-23 oct. 2009).CHAIX, L. & SIDI-MAAMAR, H. 1992. « Voir et comparer la découpe des animaux en contexte rituel : limites et perspectives d'une ethnoarchéozoologie », Ethnoarchéologie : Justification, problèmes, limites. XIIe Rencontres internationales d'Archéologie et d'Histoire d'Antibes. Juan -les -Pins, APDCA : 268-291.DE PAEPE, P., & BRYSSE, Y. 1986. « Analyse microscopique et chimique de la céramique Kerma (Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.DE PAEPE, P. 1988. «  Analyse microscopique et chimique de la céramique et inventaire de l'outillage lithique du site de Kerma (Soudan) », in BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.  FERRERO, N. 1984. « Figurines et modèles en terre mis au jour dans la ville de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42.GRATIEN, B. 1991. « Empreintes de sceaux et administration à Kerma (Kerma Classique) », in :  BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.GRATIEN, B. 1993. « Nouvelles empreintes de sceaux à Kerma : Aperçus sur l'administration de Kouch au milieu du 2e millénaire av. J.-C. », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33. HONEGGER, M. 1995. « Kerma : note sur la reprise des fouilles de l'agglomération Pré-Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.HONEGGER, M. 1997. « Kerma : l'agglomération Pré-Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 97-123. HONEGGER, M. 1999. « Les occupations néolithiques et Pré-Kerma de la nécropole orientale », in : BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 77-82.HONEGGER, M. 2001. « Fouilles préhistoriques et prospection dans la région de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.HONEGGER, M. 2001. « Evolution de la société dans le bassin de Kerma (Soudan) des derniers chasseurs cueilleurs au premier royaume de Nubie », Bulletin de la Société française d'Egyptologie, 152 : 12-27.HONEGGER, M. 2003. « Exploitation du territoire et habitat dans les sociétés pastorales du Soudan : l’exemple de Kerma entre le 5e et 3e millénaires av. J.-C. ». CAR 95. Genève : 341-352.HONEGGER, M. 2003. « Peuplement préhistorique dans la région de Kerma », BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.HONEGGER, M. 2004. « Settlement and cemeteries of the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic at el-Barga (Kerma region) ». Sudan & Nubia 8: 27-32.HONEGGER, M. 2004. « The Pre-Kerma: a cultural group from Upper Nubia prior to the Kerma civilisation ». Sudan & Nubia 8: 38-46.HONEGGER, M. 2004. « The Pre-Kerma settlement at Kerma : new elements throw light on the rise of the first nubian kingdom (main paper) », in : KENDALL, T. (ed.), Nubian Studies 1998. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of the International Society for Nubian Studies (Boston, 21-26 august 1998). Boston : 83-94.2004.HONEGGER, M. 2005. « Construire une chronologie dans la vallée du Nil, l’exemple de Kerma en Nubie ». Dossiers d’Archéologie 306 : 44-53.HONEGGER, M. 2005. « Kerma et les débuts du Néolithique africain », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.HONEGGER, M. 2006. « Habitats préhistoriques en Nubie entre le 8e et le 3e millénaire av. J.-C. : l'exemple de la région de Kerma (main paper) », in : CANEVA, I. & ROCCATTI, A. (ed.), Acta Nubica. Xth International Conference of the Society for Nubian Studies (Rome, 9-14 september 2002). Rome, Libreria delle Stato : 3-13.HONEGGER, M. 2006. « La culture du Pré-Kerma de Haute-Nubie ». ArchéoNil 16. Paris : 77-84.HONEGGER, M. 2007. « Aux origines de Kerma », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.HONEGGER, M. 2008. « Lunate microliths in the Holocene industries of Nubia : multifunctional tools, sickle blades or weapon elements ? ». P@lethnologie 2008/1 : 162-174.HONEGGER, M. 2014. « Recent Advances in our Understanding of Prehistory in Northern Sudan », in : ANDERSON, J. R. & WELSBY, D. A. (ed.), The Fourth Cataract and Beyond : Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies, Leuven, Paris, Walpole : Peters, p. 19-30.HONEGGER, M., & collab. 2009. « Kerma (Soudan) – origine et développement du premier royaume d’Afrique noire ». Archéologie suisse, 32/1 : 1-13.HONEGGER, M., BONNET, C. & Collab. 2009. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (1), Université de Neuchâtel.HONEGGER, M., BONNET, C. & Collab. 2011. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (3), Université de Neuchâtel. HONEGGER, M., & Collab. 2012. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (4), Université de Neuchâtel. HONEGGER, M., & Collab. 2013. « Archaeological excavations at Kerma (Sudan) », Documents de la mission archéologique suisse au Soudan (5), Université de Neuchâtel.   
IACUMIN, P., BOCHERENS, H., CHAIX, L. & MARIOTTI, A. 1998. « Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes as dietary indicators of ancient Nubian populations (Northern Sudan) », IACUMIN, P., BOCHERENS, H., CHAIX, L. & MARIOTTI, A. 1998. « Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes as dietary indicators of ancient Nubian populations (Northern Sudan) », Journal of Archaeological Science, 25 : 293-301. Journal of Archaeological Science, 25 : 293-301.
IACUMIN, P., BOCHERENS, H. & L. CHAIX. 2001. « Keratin C and N stable isotope ratios of fossil cattle horn from Kerma (Sudan) : a record of dietary changes », Il Quaternario, Italian Journal of Quaternary Sciences, 14, 1 : 41-46.MARCOLONGO, B. & SURIAN, N. 1993. « Observations préliminaires du contexte géomorphologique de la plaine alluviale du Nil en amont de la IIIe cataracte en rapport avec le sites archéologiques », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1993. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 41 : 1-33.  MARCOLONGO, B. & SURIAN, N. 1995. « Kerma : les sites archéologiques de Kerma et de Kadruka dans leur contexte géomorphologique », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1997. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 45 : 97-123.  PRIVATI, B. 1982. « Nouveaux éléments pour une classification de la céramique du Kerma Ancien », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42.PRIVATI, B. 1986. « Remarques sur les ateliers de potiers de Kerma et sur la céramique du Groupe C », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45.PRIVATI, B. 1988. « La céramique de l'établissement pré-Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35.  PRIVATI, B. 2004. « Kerma : classification de la céramique de la nécropole », in : KENDALL, T. (ed.), Proceedings of the IXth International Conference of Nubian Studies (Boston, 21-26 August 1998) : 145-156.
RUFFIEUX, Ph. 2005. « La céramique de Doukki Gel découverte au cours des campagnes 2003-2004 et 2004-2005 », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.RUFFIEUX , Ph. 2007. « Empreintes de sceaux et bouchons de jarres d'époque napatéenne découverts à Doukki Gel », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.RUFFIEUX, Ph. 2007. « Ensembles céramiques napatéens découverts à Doukki Gel (Kerma) », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.RUFFIEUX, Ph., 2009. « Poteries découvertes dans un temple égyptien de la XVIIIe dynastie à Doukki Gel (Kerma) », in : Genava n.s. 57 : 121-134.SIMON, C. 1982. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel du Kerma Ancien (Kerma, Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1982. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 30 : 1-42. SIMON, C. 1984. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel du Kerma Ancien (Kerma, Soudan) », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1984. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 32 : 5-42. SIMON, C. 1986. « Etude anthropologique préliminaire sur le matériel de Kerma (Soudan). Campagne 1984-1986 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1986. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 34 : 5-45. SIMON, C. 1988. « Notes anthropologiques sur les restes humains Kerma (Soudan) - Campagnes 1986-1988 », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1988. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 36 : 5-35. SIMON, Ch., 1989. « Les populations Kerma : évolution interne et relations historiques dans le contexte égypto-nubien », Archéologie du Nil moyen, 3 : 139-147.SIMON, C. 1991. « Etude anthropologique de squelettes provenant d'une tombe chrétienne de Koya et d'une tombe méroïtique de Kerma », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1991. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 39 : 5-41.SIMON, C. 1995. « Kerma : quelques résultats de l'étude paléodémographique des squelettes de la nécropole », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 1995. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 43 : 31-64.THOMPSON, A. H., CHAIX, L. & RICHARDS, M. P. 2008. « Stables isotopes and diet at Ancient Kerma, Upper Nubia (Sudan) », Journal of Archaeological Science, 35 : 376-387.VALBELLE, D. 1999. « Kerma, les inscriptions », in : BONNET, C. & collab., Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 47 : 83-86.VALBELLE, D., 2001. « Kerma – Les inscriptions », in : BONNET, C. & collab. 2001. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 49 : 197-234.VALBELLE, D. 2003. « Kerma - Les inscriptions et la statuaire », in : BONNET, C. & collab. Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan), Genava, n.s., 51 : 257-300.VALBELLE, D. 2005. « Les inscriptions et la statuaire », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2005. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 53 : 223-270.VALBELLE, D. 2007. « Les inscriptions et la statuaire », in : BONNET, C., HONEGGER, M. & collab. 2007. « Les fouilles archéologiques de Kerma (Soudan) », Genava, n.s., 55 : 183-246.VALBELLE, D., 2009. « Kerma - Les inscriptions et la statuaire », in : Genava n.s. 57 : 109-119.

Open Access Monograph Series: ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE

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[First posted in AWOL 7 April 2012, updated 9 December 2017]

ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE
The focus of this ambitious series is on the ancient Near East, including ancient Israel and its literature, from the early Neolithic to the early Hellenistic eras. Studies that are heavily philological or archaeological are both suited to this series, and can take full advantage of the hypertext capabilities of “born digital” publication. Multiple author and edited volumes as well as monographs are accepted. Proposals and manuscripts may be submitted in either English or Spanish. Manuscripts are peer reviewed by at least two scholars in the area before acceptance. Published volumes will be held to the high scholarly standards of the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente. The partnership between the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente was initiated under the auspices of SBL’s International Cooperation Initiative (ICI) and represents the type of international scholarly exchange that is the goal of ICI. 

Published Volumes:
Reflections of Empire in Isaiah 1–39: Responses to Assyrian Ideology
By Shawn Zelig Aster, ANEM 19, 2017
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Household and Family Religion in Persian-Period Judah: An Archaeological Approach
By José E. Balcells Gallarreta, ANEM 18, 2017
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Exploring Zechariah, Volume 2: The Development and Role of Biblical Traditions in Zechariah
By Mark J. Boda, ANEM 17, 2017
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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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Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations
By Lydia Lee, ANEM 15, 2016
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Priests and Cults in the Book of the Twelve
Edited by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, ANEM 14, 2016
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Political Memory in and after the Persian Empire
edited by Jason M. Silverman and Caroline Waerzeggers, ANEM 13, 2015
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Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible: Methodological Perspectives on Philological and Comparative Study of the Hebrew Bible in Honor of Jo Ann Hackett
edited by Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron D. Rubin, ANEM 12, 2015
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Disembodied Souls: The Nefesh in Israel and Kindred Spirits in the Ancient Near East, with an Appendix on the Katumuwa Inscription
by Richard C. Steiner, ANEM 11, 2015
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The Book of the Twelve and the New Form Criticism
edited by Mark J. Boda, Michael H. Floyd, and Colin M. Toffelmire, ANEM 10, 2015
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Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew: Steps Toward an Integrated Approach  
by Robert Rezetko and Ian Young, ANEM 9, 2014
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Israel and the Assyrians: Deuteronomy, the Succession Treaty of Esarhaddon, and the Nature of Subversion  
by C. L. Crouch, ANEM 8, 2014
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Divination, Politics, and Ancient Near Eastern Empires  
edited by Alan Lenzi and Jonathan Stökl, ANEM 7, 2014
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Deuteronomy-Kings as Emerging Authoritative Books: A Conversation  
edited by Diana V. Edelman, ANEM 6, 2014
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The Forgotten Kingdom: The Archaeology and History of Northern Israel 
by Israel Finkelstein, ANEM 5, 2013
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Constructs of Prophecy in the Former and Latter Prophets and Other Texts 
edited by Lester L. Grabbe and Martti Nissinen, ANEM 4, 2011
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Reading Akkadian Prayers and Hymns: An Introduction 
Alan Lenzi, ANEM 3, 2011
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El Intercambio de Bienes entre Egipto y Asia Anterior: Desde el reinado de Tuthmosis III hasta el de Akhenaton 
Graciela Gestoso Singer, ANEM 2, 2008
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Centro y periferia en el mundo antiguo: El Negev y sus interacciones con Egipto, Asiria, y el Levante en la Edad del Hierro (1200-586 a.C.)
Juan Manuel Tebes, ANEM 1, 2008
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Invitation: 2017 Meeting of the Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication

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The Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication (FCLSC) will meet during the SCS/AIA meetings on Friday, January 11, 2018 from 9:00-11:00 am. The meeting room is Tremont, inside the Marriott Copley Place.

TheForum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication (FCLSC) — also known as the Classics Librarians’ Forum — brings together librarians and researchers interested in classical studies, in order to promote timely exchange of information and ideas. Members also collaborate on projects of mutual concern. The impetus for the forum grew out of meetings at Princeton University and the Center for Hellenic Studies in 2004. As an officially affiliated group of the Society for Classical Studies since 2005, the Forum aims to support initiatives of the SCS relating to libraries and scholarly communication.
The officers of the Forum are Rhea Lesage (Harvard University), chair, and David Ratzan (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, NYU), secretary. Their term lasts two years from January 2017 to January 2019.
Past chairs have been Gerald Heverly (New York University), Rebecka Lindau (American Academy at Rome), Catherine Mardikes (University of Chicago),Colin McCaffrey (Yale University), Lucie Stylianopoulos (University of Virginia), and David Sullivan (University of Notre Dame).
Agenda items include an introduction and update on a new instructional initiative and a report on the further development of the Open Greek and Latin Project which took some important steps forward earlier this Fall.
Minutes from past meetings are available for download below.
Toronto, 2017San Francisco, 2016New Orleans, 2015Chicago, 2014Seattle, 2013Philadelphia, 2012 with Zenon Presentation (PDF)San Diego, 2007Montreal, 2006Boston, 2005 (Initial Organizational Meeting)
FCLSC welcomes any and all who are interested.

The Little Red Book of Sanskrit Paradigms: Essential Grammatical Tables for Students

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The Little Red Book of Sanskrit Paradigms: Essential Grammatical Tables for Students
Sixth Edition
McComas Taylor
2009 
The key to the successful study of Sanskrit lies in knowing where to look thingsup, in dictionaries, grammars and tables of paradigms. First as a student, and lat-er as a teacher, I used the grammatical tables in the texts written by Macdonell, Coulson, Bucknell and Egenes. Each of these has its strengths, yet none is particularly well suited to the needs of the beginning student. To meet this need, I have compiled from the above sources all the most common and useful paradigms that a student is likely to encounter in the first few years of study. I have attempted to present the information clearly and unambiguously, concentrating on common forms, and omitting rarely encountered ones. While acknowledging my great debt to all my kind teachers, I dedicate this slim volume to my dears students.
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Open Access Journal: JVRP White Papers in Archaeological Technology

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[First posted in AWOL 18 February 2013, updated 10 December 2017]

JVRP White Papers in Archaeological Technology(WPAT)
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The WPAT series is designed to document the variety of technologies employed in the field and lab by the Jezreel Valley Regional Project. In some cases similar technologies are already being used by other excavations, in other cases, we present new technologies or new applications and procedures for existing technologies. In the papers below, you will find detailed summaries of technologies and their applications in archaeology, step by step procedures for using these technologies, detailed bibliographies and links for further information. Our goals for the WPAT program are to document and to make transparent our data acquisition as a supplement to our other publications, and to provide useful guides for other archaeological projects to utilize as they see fit. The papers are dynamic - they will be updated with new ideas, techniques, and technology over time. 
3D Modeling for Archaeological Documentation: using the JVRP Method to record archaeological excavations with millimeter-accuracy (Adam B. Prins, September 2016)
Coming soon:
Integrated XRF Analysis Field and Lab Methodologies
Archived:
Practical Uses for Photogrammetry on Archaeological Excavations* (Adam B. Prins and Matthew J. Adams, December 2012) *superseded by the new 3D Modeling paper linked above

Open Access Journal: Journal of World-Systems Research

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[First posted in AWOL 4 November 2009. Updated 10 December 2017 (new URLs)]

Journal of World-Systems Research
ISSN 1076-156X
Journal of World-Systems Research
The main editorial goal of the Journal of World-Systems Research is to develop and disseminate scholarly research on topics that are relevant to the analysis of world-systems. We especially want to include works that proceed from several different theoretical stances and disciplines. These include, but are not limited to, civilizationists, evolutionary approaches, international political economy, comparative, historical and cultural analysis. We seek the work of political scientists, historians, sociologists, ethnographers, archaeologists, economists and geographers.

We especially encourage works that take theory seriously by confronting problems of conceptualization and making definitions of concepts explicit, by formulating hypotheses, constructing axiomatic theories and causal models. Theoretical research programs that combine theory construction with comparative research are badly needed to take the world-systems approach beyond the stage of a perspective.

We also want to encourage the application of comparative, quantititave and network-analytic methods to world-systems research, though we will certainly also publish pieces that do not use these methods. Any empirical study that is deemed relevant to world-systems analysis may be published even if it uses a very different conceptual framework.

And finally we also want to publish discussions of future trajectories and options for the modern world-system and considerations of what can be done to create a more humane, peaceful and just world society.

2017


Vol 23, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: Unequal Ecological Exchange

Guest edited by: R. Scott Frey, Paul K. Gellert, and Harry F. Dahms
Contributions of Christopher Chase-Dunn Guest edited by: Jeffrey Kentor and Andrew Jorgenson





2015

Vol 21, No 2 (2015): Special Issue: World-System Biographies

Guest Editors, Kevan Harris & Brendan McQuade

Volume 21, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2015

Special Issue: States and Social Movements in the Modern World-System (Edited by Mangala Subramaniam)


2014

Volume 20, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2014

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 20, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2014

Special Issue: The Political Economy of Commodity Chains (Edited by Jennifer Bair)


2013

Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2013

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 19, Number 1, Winter 2013

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2012

Volume 18, Number 2, Summer 2012

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 18, Issue 1, 2012

Special Issue: Land Rights in the World-System (Guest Edited by: Farshad Araghi & Marina Karides)


2011

Volume 17, Issue 2, 2011

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 17, Issue 1, 2011

Special Issue: The World-Historical Imagination: Giovanni Arrighis The Long Twentieth Century in Prospect and Retrospect


2010

Volume 16, Issue 2, 2010

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 16, Issue 1, 2010

Special Issue: From the Global to the Local: Social Forums, Movements, and Place


2009

Volume 15, Issue 2, 2009

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 15, Issue 1, 2009

Special Issue: Methodological Issues in Macro Comparative Research


2008

Volume 14, Issue 2, 2008

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 14, Issue 1, 2008

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2007

Volume 13, Number 2, 2007

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 13, Issue 1, 2007

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2006

Volume 12, Issue 2, 2006

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 12, Issue 1, 2006

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2005

Volume 11, Issue 2, 2005

Special Issue: Globalizations from Above and Below: the Future of World Society

Volume 11, Issue 1, 2005

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2004

Volume 10, Issue 3, 2004

Issue with Special Section: Premodern Historical Systems: The Rise and Fall of States and Empires

Volume 10, Issue 2, 2004

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 10, Issue 1, 2004

Special Issue: Global Social Movements Before & After 9/11


2003

Volume 9, Issue 2, 2003

Special Issue: Globalization & the Environment

Volume 9, Issue 1, 2003

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2002

Volume 8, Issue 3, 2002

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 8, Issue 2, 2002

Special Issue: Global Inequality Part II

Volume 8, Issue 1, 2002

Special Issue: Global Inequality Part I


2001

Volume 7, Issue 2, 2001

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 7, Issue 1, 2001

General Issue: World-Systems Research


2000

Volume 6, Issue 3, 2000

Special Issue: Festschrift For Immanuel Wallerstein Part II

Volume 6, Issue 2, 2000

Special Issue: Festschrift for Wallerstein

Volume 6, Issue 1, 2000

General Issue: World-Systems Research


1999

Volume 5, Issue 3, 1999

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 5, Issue 2, 1999

Special Issue: Globalization

Volume 5, Issue 1, 1999

General Issue: World-Systems Research


1998

Volume 4, Issue 2, 1998

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 4, Issue 1, 1998

Special Issue: Global Labor Movements


1997

Volume 3, Issue 3, 1997

Special Issue: World-Systems and the Environment

Volume 3, Issue 2, 1997

General Issue: World-Systems Research

Volume 3, Issue 1, 1997

General Issue: World-Systems Research


1996

Volume 2, Issue 1, 1996

Thematic Section: Global Politics and the Future of the World-System


1995



Volume 1, Issue 1, 1995


Thematic Section: Hegemonic Rivalry: Past and Future