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News: Open access for fascinating South-Arabian ‘squeezes’ from the Glaser Collection

Copies of several hundred open access South-Arabian stone inscriptions have been made available in Europeana Collections via Kulturpool by the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

A squeeze copy of a stone inscription
A squeeze copy of a stone inscription
Guest blog by Petra Aigner, leader of a project titled 'Pilot-3D-Digitizing of Rare Ancient South Arabian Squeezes, 19th Century Glaser Collection'.
The collection of the Austrian scholar and explorer Eduard Glaser (1855-1908) was acquired for a large sum of money in 1910 by the Academy of Sciences in Vienna. The epigrapher and specialist in the South-Arabian languages collected a huge amount of medieval Arabic manuscripts and stone inscriptions that are now spread all over Europe. He also collected ‘squeezes’ (a kind of copy on paper) of the non-transportable ones, as well as photographs, glass-negatives, diaries, and notes of historical importance. The Academy owns the latter precious documents of the 1880s and 1890s and through two projects is digitally preserving and scientifically analysing them. This is another step towards the integration of the history and culture of South Arabia within the field of ancient Near Eastern studies and will help to give a fuller historical background of the early first millennium BCE till the rise of Islam.

Eduard Glaser collected these inscriptions during four expeditions (1882-1884, 1885-1886, 1887-1888, 1892-1894) to South Arabia - now largely the Republic of Yemen. Most of the squeezes are currently in a very poor state, while the original inscriptions are in many cases damaged and are (given Yemen’s political instability) inaccessible anyway. The preservation of this valuable epigraphic corpus will amount to the preservation of a significant part of ancient Yemen’s history and culture and, more broadly speaking, the preservation of an often overlooked part of the Semitic-speaking Near East. The inscriptions are written in Ḥaḍramitic, Quatabānic, Minaic, and Sabaic languages of Ancient South Arabia. The time range is from 800 BCE-600 CE.

Almost 500 items from the Glaser Collection were transferred to Europeana Collections by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Library, Archive & Collections (BAS:IS). The scans are available for use under an open licence.

George Hatke (Austrian Academy of Sciences, University of Vienna) is responsible for all transcriptions of the texts preserved in the squeezes, together with the translations and commentary. These remain intellectual property of the author. Please contact George.hatke@univie.ac.at

Open Access Journal: Dotawo: A Journal of Nubian Studies

 [First posted in AWOL 13 June 2014, updated 21 March 2018]

Dotawo: A Journal of Nubian Studies
Nubian studies needs a platform in which the old meets the new, in which archaeological, papyrological, and philological research into Meroitic, Old Nubian, Coptic, Greek, and Arabic sources confront current investigations in modern anthropology and ethnography, Nilo-­Saharan linguistics, and critical and theoretical approaches present in post­colonial and African studies.

The journal Dotawo: A Journal of Nubian Studies brings these disparate fields together within the same fold, opening a cross­-cultural and diachronic field where divergent approaches meet on common soil. Dotawo gives a common home to the past, present, and future of one of the richest areas of research in African studies. It offers a crossroads where papyrus can meet internet, scribes meet critical thinkers, and the promises of growing nations meet the accomplishments of old kingdoms.

We embrace a powerful alternative to the dominant paradigms of academic publishing. We believe in free access to information. Accordingly, we are proud to collaborate with DigitalCommons@Fairfield, an institutional repository of Fairfield University in Connecticut, USA, and with open-access publishing house punctum books. Thanks to these collaborations, every volume of Dotawo will be available both as a free online pdf and in online bookstores.

Volume 4 (2017)

Volume 4 (2017) Place Names and Place Naming in Nubia


Endangered Toponymy along the Nubian Nile
Herman Bell and Abd al-Halim Sabbar
A Historical Comparative Gazetteer for Nubia
Daniele Salvoldi and Klaus Geus

Hittite Historical Atlas

Hittite Historical Atlas
Since 1906, the excavations at the Hittite capital Boğazköy/Hattusa have yielded thousands of cuneiform tablets and fragments, most of which was published. Nevertheless, there are centres other than Hattusa, which produced tablets. These include Maşat Höyük/Tapigga Kuşaklı/Sarisa Ortaköy/Sapinuwa, Oymaağaç/Nerik and Kayalıpınar/Samuha. The texts from the Hittite centres mention over 4000 geographical names (regions, mountains, rivers, cities), which suggest that the Hittites had a considerable knowledge of their surroundings and geographical terms.
The overall number of the geographical names which have been localized are still low. After the decipherment of the Hittite, the scholars working on the Hittite geography reached various results. For example, while Millawanda was located in Çukurova region in earlier works, it has recently been widely accepted that it corresponds to Miletus hence is located in the Aegean region.
After a hundred years of research the localization of the Hittite regions in Anatolia has begun to be established. It is now known that Kizzuwatna in the Hittite texts roughly covered Çukurova and Lukka the Teke peninsula between Antalya and Fethiye. As the regions had been located, the scholary interest now turned to the geographical names of rivers, mountains and cities. Naturally the focus is on the historically important names, which are frequently mentioned in the texts.
As is well-known, history comprises time and space. In this respect the Hittite history seems to lack an important element from a historical perspective, this is crucial to the Hittite studies and more attention should be given to it.
The Hittite Historical Atlas Project aims to bring to together what has been found so far and transfer them into a database. In order to achieve this goal, all the texts that give information on the Hittite geography will be re-evaluated and arranged (HHA-Phil). The Project will also include previous localization proposals and published works. On the other hand, the finds from the Hittite sites will be archaeologically studied and classified (HHA-Arch.). Thus fro the first time archaeological and philological data would be studied together and compared.
The project is going to last for three years due to the sheer number of the documents and the size of the Hittite geography. The first step includes investigations in Çorum, Yozgat, Kırşehir, Kayseri, Çankırı, Sinop, Amasya, Samsun, Tokat, Sivas, Malatya, Kahramanmaraş, Antakya, Gaziantep, Adıyaman, Mersin and Adana. Thus an important part of the Hittite geography will have been studied.
The results are planned to be available as raw data in database format. They will also appear as papers in German/English in international journals. A Geographical Atlas of the Hittite Anatolia, which will include all the information from the project, is a crucial part of the planned publications.
Search for hittite Toponyms

GLOBALKITES: Studying the “Desert Kites” at a Global Scale

GLOBALKITES: Studying the “Desert Kites” at a Global Scale


The GLOBALKITES research project is financed by the French Research Agency (ANR) (2013-2017). It has several important collaborations with international institutions and academics. It proposes to define the variability, dating, distribution and functionality of major archaeological stone-made structures called “desert kites”. Often considered as hunting traps, the kites could have been also used for animal domestication. In a broader archaeological context, where kites seem to have been used from the Neolithic to sub-contemporaneous times, we propose an interdisciplinary approach at the crossings of anthropology (archeology and ethnology), geomatics and geoarchaeological and bioarchaeological sciences.

Open Access Journal: Antesteria. Debates de Historia Antigua

[First posted in AWOL 19 October 2015, updated 21 March 2018 (new URLs)]

Antesteria. Debates de Historia Antigua
ISSN: 2254-1683.
Antesteria. Debates de Historia Antigua surge como plasmación de algunas de las aportaciones más brillantes presentadas, defendidas y debatidas a lo largo de los Encuentros de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historia Antigua de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Surge por tanto con el fin primordial de difundir los resultados de estas investigaciones para contribuir al desarrollo de la ciencia histórica y a la promoción de los jóvenes investigadores que en ella se inician o dan sus primeros pasos.

La agrupación de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historia Antigua de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid está constituida por los becarios y antiguos becarios del Departamento de Historia Antigua de dicha universidad, y tiene como objetivo principal el intercambio, la colaboración y el acercamiento, a nivel académico pero también personal, en aras de fomentar un clima de desarrollo científico de calidad y de convivencia cordial y enriquecedora.
Dentro de esta agrupación, la principal actividad desarrollada ha sido la organización y celebración de los Encuentros de Jóvenes Investigadores en Historia Antigua, unas Jornadas de Investigación anuales abiertas a la participación de todos los jóvenes investigadores predoctorales y postdoctorales de las distintas universidades y centros de investigación españoles y extranjeros, y cuyo espíritu no es muy distinto del que anima a la propia agrupación: crear un lugar de encuentro e intercambio científico que permita a los investigadores que están desarrollando sus primeros pasos en el mundo de la investigación obtener una amplia perspectiva de los ámbitos de estudio más en boga y conocer a las personas que puedan estar desarrollando trabajos cercanos o conectados con los suyos. Todo lo cual se logra mediante la generación de un foro en el que cada investigador puede exponer brevemente su objeto de estudio o sus líneas de investigación, pero en el que los debates y coloquios distendidos pero con un alto nivel científico adquieren un papel protagonista.

Index-Anatolicus: Türkiye yerlesim birimleri envanteri

Index-Anatolicus: Türkiye yerlesim birimleri envanteri


Arama kutusundan güncel yer adı (ör: Killik), eski yer adı (ör: Sıddıkiye), veya il/ilçe (ör: Gürpınar) adıyla arama yapabilir veya sağdaki haritaya tıklayarak yer adı bulabilirsiniz.
Üye olmak koşuluyla düzeltme yapabilir ve yeni bilgi ekleyebilirsiniz. Üye olmak için geçerli bir e-mail adresi ile kullanıcı adı almanız yeterlidir.

Projenin amacı TC sınırları içerisinde halen var olan ve geçmişte kullanılmış tüm yer adlarını belgelemektir. Halen veritabanında 42154 güncel kayıt, 33624 eski yer adı mevcuttur. Kullanıcıların katkısıyla bu sayıların artacağını umuyoruz.

Son güncelleme: 22 Mart 2018

Bu ay yapılan sorgu adedi: 587.648

(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Collection de la Maison de l'Orient méditerranéen. Série épigraphique


(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Publications de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée: Actes de colloques

Publications de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée: Actes de colloques

Open Access Journal: Bollettino dell’Associazione archeologica ticinese


Open Access Journal: Open Archaeology

[First posted in AWOL  5 May 2015, updates 23 March 2018]

Open Archaeology
ISSN: 2300-6560
Open Archaeology is a new, peer-reviewed, electronic-only journal that publishes original, high-quality research on all aspects of archaeology. The journal encompasses novel, interdisciplinary approaches to archaeological data including archaeological science, theory and interpretation as well as archaeological heritage management and promotion.

The aim of Open Archaeology is to become a premier source of knowledge and a worldwide-recognized platform of exchange for scientists, without any geographical or temporal restrictions.

Scope of the journal includes, but is not restricted to:

  • World Archaeology - discoveries and research
  • Archaeological science
  • Theory and interpretation in archaeology
  • Archaeological heritage preservation and management
Volume 4 (2018)
Volume 3 (2017)

Free articles from Novum Testamentum

Free articles from Novum Testamentum
To celebrate the 60th Volume of Novum Testamentum, selected articles will be available for free downloading during 2018. The first 6 articles, one from every decade, are now freely accessibleuntil 16 May
: marketing@brill.co

Open Access Journal: Teiresias: A Review and Bibliography of Boiotian Studies

[First posted in AWOL 9 November 2009. Updated 23 March 2017]

Teiresias: A Review and Bibliography of Boiotian Studies
ISSN 1206-5730
Teiresias is a review and continuing bibliography of Boiotian studies (ISSN 1206-5730). It is published twice a year. The core of the journal is its bibliography, but it also publishes archaeological reports, announcements of scholarly events and a Work in Progress section. Since 2000 the journal has carried regular reports of the work of the Ancient Cities of Boeotia Survey Project, as well as reports of the work of the Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project (EBAP), and the Archaeological Reconnaissance of Uninvestigated Remains of Agriculture (AROURA). From 1976 to 1986 an epigraphic appendix (Epigraphica) was published by the late Paul Roesch. The epigraphic appendix was relaunched in 2016. The journal also maintains a series of Supplements. Since 2016, supplement volumes appear as Teiresias Supplements Online (TSO), edited by Hans Beck and Fabienne Marchand.  
Coming out of McGill University in Montreal, the journal appeared first in 1971, and has been published steadily since then. From 1971 to 1979 it was produced under the joint editorship of Albert Schachter and John Fossey. Albert Schachter has been the sole editor since 1980. From 2016 Teiresias is edited by Fabienne Marchand.
Teiresias was published in print until 1990, and since 1991 has been an online publication, distributed free of charge. Users should register with the editor to have their names added to a mailing list in order to receive notification of the publication of the latest issue. All back issues are available for download here.
Teiresias 47.2 (2017)
Teiresias 47.1 (2017)
Teiresias 46.2 (2016)
Teiresias 46.1 (2016)
Teiresias 45.2 (2015)
Teiresias 45.1 (2015)
Teiresias 44.2 (2014)
Teiresias 44.1 (2014)
Teiresias 43.2 (2013)
Teiresias 43.1 (2013)
Teiresias 42.2 (2012)
Teiresias 42.1b (2012)
Teiresias 42.1a (2012)
Teiresias 41.2b (2011)
Teiresias 41.2a (2011)
Teiresias 41.1 (2011)
Teiresias 40.2 (2010)
Teiresias 40.1 (2010)
Teiresias 39.2 (2009)
Teiresias 39.1 (2009)
Teiresias 38.2 (2008)
Teiresias 38.1 (2008)
Teiresias 37.2 (2007)
Teiresias 37.1 (2007)
Teiresias 36.2 (2006)
Teiresias 36.1 (2006)
Teiresias 35.2 (2005)
Teiresias 35.1 (2005)
Teiresias 34.2 (2004)
Teiresias 34.1 (2004)
Teiresias 33.2 (2003)
Teiresias 33.1 (2003)
Teiresias 32.2 (2002)
Teiresias 32.1 (2002)
Teiresias 31.2 (2001)
Teiresias 31.1 (2001)
Teiresias 30.2 (2000)
Teiresias 30.1 (2000)
Teiresias 29 (1999)
Teiresias 28 (1998)
Teiresias 27 (1997)
Teiresias 26 (1996)
Teiresias 25 (1995)
Teiresias 24 (1994)
Teiresias 23 (1993)
Teiresias 22 (1992)
Teiresias 21 (1991)
Teiresias 20 (1990)
Teiresias 19 (1989)
Teiresias 18 (1988)
Teiresias 17 (1987)
Teiresias 16 (1986)
Teiresias 15 (1985)
Teiresias 14 (1984)
Teiresias 13 (1983)
Teiresias 12 (1982)
Teiresias 11 (1981)
Teiresias Archaeologica 3 (1980, file 1 --- file 2)
Teiresias 10 (1980)
Teiresias Archaeologica 2 (1979, file 1 --- file 2)
Teiresias 9 (1979, file 1 --- file 2 --- file 3)
Teiresias Archaeologica 1 (1978)  
Teiresias 8 (1978, file 1 --- file 2) 
Teiresias 7.2 (1977)
Teiresias 7.1 (1977)
Teiresias 6.2 (1976)
Teiresias 6.1 (1976)
Teiresias 5.3 (1975)
Teiresias 5.2 (1975)
Teiresias 5.1 (1975)
Teiresias 4.2 (1974)
Teiresias 4.1 (1974)
Teiresias 3.2 (1973)
Teiresias 3.1 (1973)
Teiresias 2.2 (1972)
Teiresias 2.1 (1972)
Teiresias 1.2 (1971)
Teiresias 1.1 (1971)

Open Access Journal: Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts

Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts
e-ISSN: 2241-7702
The Athens Journal of Humanities and Arts (AJHA) is an Open Access quarterly double blind peer reviewed journal and considers papers from all areas of arts and humanities, including papers on history, philosophy, linguistics, language, literature, visual and performing arts. Many of the papers published in this journal have been presented at the various conferences sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Division of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER).
  • Volume 5, Issue 4, October 2018 (to be uploaded by 30 September 2018)
  • Volume 5, Issue 3, July 2018 (to be uploaded by 30 June 2018)
  • Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2018 (to be uploaded by 31 March 2018)
  • Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018  (Special Issue on ‘Ideas of Plato in the Philosophy of the 21st Century’)

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online, March 22, 2018

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online
Theuer, Gabriele (2000). Der Mondgott in den Religionen Syrien-Palästinas: Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von KTU 1.24. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.


This volume discusses the veneration of the moon god in Syria-Palestine from the documents of Ugarit (Late Bronze Age) through the religions of the Phoenicians, the Aramaeans and the peoples of the Trans-Jordanian area, and it finally discusses indication of his veneration in Israel and Judah.
The first part deals with the significance of the West Semitic moon god yrh in the pantheon and society of Ugarit, whereby special attention is given to a poem about the wedding of this moon god with the moon goddess nkl (Nikkal). This poem as well as other mythological and epic texts and the Ugaritic god-lists and rituals indicate the connection of the moon god to the subject areas of „wedding”, „fertility” and „childbirth”, but also to those of „death” and „underworld”, especially in his manifestation as new moon. The documents further show that the moon god is one of the important deities of the Ugaritic pantheon, whereas the moon goddess nkl is of rather less importance. 
The second part deals with the moon worship in Syria-Palestine from the Iron Age to Hellenistic times. What is remarkable here is the predominance of the moon cult of Harran, especially under the reign of the Neo-Assyrian kings and the Neo-Babylonian king Nabonid, that is from the ninth to the sixth century BC. At that time, particularly from the eighth to the sixth century, worship of the moon flourished in Judah and Jerusalem as well, as several as well as many seals. This phenomenon is mainly due to Assyrian-Aramaean influence in Judah. For another part, however, the roots of moon worship are also found in autochthonous lunar cults of the region. In particular, an examination of different texts of Syria-Palestine shows a continuing worship of the moon god, the West Semitic yrḥ as well as the Aramaean moon god šhr und a deity šgr (Šaggar). When Jahwe monotheism was established eventually in Judah, some characteristic features of the former moon god were incorporated into the image of Jahwe.
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Spieser, Cathie (2000). Les noms du Pharaon: Comme êtres autonomes au Nouvel Empire. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Éditions Universitaires / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.


L'importance accordée au nom de manière générale en Egypte ancienne a été maintes fois relevée. Cet ouvrage se concentre sur un aspect des noms royaux, qui par leurs hautes valeurs magiques et créatrices, peuvent dans certaines circonstances posséder la qualité de substitut pour la représentation anthropomorphe du roi. Les noms du roi ainsi doués d'autonomie sont conçus comme des entités physiquement représentées qui manifestent des aspects divins à la fois immanents et changeants du roi. Les noms peuvent compter comme image pour un roi mais ne sont pas à considérer comme fournissant une équivalence à la représentation figurée d'un souverain, laquelle demeure rattachée à son aspect terrestre. Les aspects de la nature multiple et divine du roi, perceptibles dans son nom, sont cernés à travers une étude aussi complète que possible. Privilégiant la vision globale à une étude trop analytique et réductrice, l'auteur tient compte de l'extrême diversité iconographique qui se développe au Nouvel Empire. Elle remet également en question la lecture et la compréhension de certaines images d'une manière qui engage notamment à revoir le concept encore débattu de la ‘personnification’. Ce thème est particulièrement révélateur de nouvelles conceptions idéologiques de la royauté pharaonique qui se développent au cours du Nouvel Empire et dont les origines s'ancrent profondément dans le passé de la culture égyptienne.
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Hymnen der Alten Welt im Kulturvergleich. Edited by: Burkert, Walter; Stolz, Fritz (1994). Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.


Hymnen gehören zu den grundlegenden religösen Äusserungen der klassischen Antike, des Alten Orients, der frühen indogermanischen und der biblischen Welt. Was macht den Hymnus aus, was leistet er, wie verhält er sich zu anderen Typen religiöser Äusserungen? Lässt sich eine Geschichte des Hymnus in den einzelnen Schriftkulturen nachzeichnen, gibt es historische Berührungspunkte in der Hymnik der verschiedenen Kulturen? Solche Fragen stellen vor die Aufgabe, die methodischen Zugänge zur Gattung "Hymnus" und interkulturelle Vergleichsmöglichkeiten zu reflektieren. Die in diesem Bande versammelten Aufsätze gehen von verschiedenen Ausgangspunkten den genannten Problemen nach, so dass ein informativer Überblick über die historische, religionswissenschaftliche, theologische und komparatistische Diskussionslage entsteht.

Open Access Journal: Ítaca: quaderns catalans de cultura clàssica

[First posted in AWOL 2 July 2009. Updated 24 March 2018]

Ítaca: quaderns catalans de cultura clàssica
ISSN 0213-6643 
ISSN electrònic 2013-9519

Ítaca (ISSN 0213-6643 / ISSN electrònic 2013-9519) és una revista de recerca en estudis clàssics, publicada per la Societat Catalana d'Estudis Clàssics, filial de l'Institut d'Estudis Catalans i que compta amb l'assessorament d'un comitè internacional d'especialistes. Amb aquesta publicació, la Societat pretén col·laborar en la redimensió de tota la cultura clàssica des d'una òptica interdisciplinària i amb rigor filològic. Té obertes les portes als estudiosos del país i d'arreu amb novetats per comunicar sobre el nostre àmbit d'estudi. 


2012: Núm. 27 : 2011


















Open Access Journal: Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea

[First posted in AWOL 2 July 2009. Updated 24 March 2018]

Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea
ISSN 1578-1356
Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea (ISSN 1578-1356) estudia i difon el món de l'arqueologia mediterrània. Es publica en volums monogràfics, que inclouen contribucions sobre temes específics. També inclou estudis descriptius i tipològics que permeten entendre millor alguna de les èpoques del Mediterrani protohistòric. S'incideix en qüestions de teoria i mètode de l'arqueologia, investigacions ecològiques i paleoambientals o de qüestions conceptuals, com el colonialisme, els orígens d'estat, la dinàmica social, etc.


2016: Núm.: 24 - Intercambio de productos en el levante meridional durante el bronce antiguo: una perspeciva marxista


Open Access Journal: Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis

[First posted 25 May 2012. Updated 25 March 2018]

Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis
ISSN electrònic: 2014-8151
ISSN paper: 2013-4118
Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis: SEBarc
Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis, fundada el 1994 pel professor Marc Mayer i Olivé, és una publicació científica anual que vol difondre estudis i novetats epigràfiques de qualitat, originals i inèdites, i abraça des del punt de vista de temes d'epigrafia, filologia clàssica, paleografia, història antiga, topografia antiga, arqueologia clàssica i llengües paleohispàniques.



2016: Núm.: 14


Open Access Journal: Scripta Biblica

Scripta Biblica
ISSN electrònic: 2462-5965
ISSN paper: 2174-3185
Capçalera de pàgina
Scripta Biblica conté articles científics del camp de l’exegesi bíblica de l’Antic i del Nou Testament. També normalment inclou articles de literatura intertestamentària i d’autors patrístics. Cada número és monotemàtic i depèn del programa de recerca que es treballa en la Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya. Ofereix els estudis elaborats per professors de la Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya i estudiosos de l’Associació Bíblica de Catalunya, incloent-hi altres col·laboradors, habituals o esporàdics.



Vol. 1: La Bíblia i el Mediterrani I

Open Access Journal: Papyrologica Lupiensia

[First posted 1 October 2011, updated  26 March 2018]

Papyrologica Lupiensia
ISSN: 1591-2140
e-ISSN: 1591-2221
Papyrologica Lupiensiaè una pubblicazione del Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e di Scienze Filosofiche dell'Università del Salento e del Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi Papirologici.
In questa rivista confluiscono i risultati delle ricerche promosse e sostenute dalla Cattedra di Papirologia e dall'insegnamento di Papirologia Ercolanese dell'Ateneo leccese.La rivista nasce nel 1991 ed ha periodicità annuale.

E' consultabile online a partire dal vol. 17/2008.

La versione elettronica è pubblicata dal Coordinamento SIBA dell'Università del Salento ed è accessibile all'indirizzo http://siba-ese.unisalento.it/index.php/plup.



Copertina Details    PDF

Frontespizio e pagine iniziali Details    PDF


Premessa Details    PDF
Mario Capasso 5-6

Introduzione Details    PDF
Mario De Donno 7-10

Un poco noto Virgilio "romano" (Urbana-Champaign, William R. and Clarice V. Spurlock Museum inv. 1931.20.0002) Details    PDF
Serena Ammirati 11-32

Per un riesame di PRyl III 490 Details    PDF
Claudio Biagetti 33-64

Una "nuova" testimonianza di minuscola corsiva greca antica dai margini di un libro latino Details    PDF
Daniele Bianconi 65-90

Un ostrakon con staurogramma da soknopaiou nesos Details    PDF
Mario Capasso 91-102

Note sulle scritture di PSI XIII 1307 Details    PDF
Guglielmo Cavallo, Paolo Fioretti 103-124

Gli Argomenti all'Inferno di Antonio Pucci Details    PDF
Marco Cursi 125-150

L'epigrafe sepolcrale di un Leone vescovo in Frigia (AN. 1059: MAMA XI 153) Details    PDF
Francesco D'Aiuto 151-166

Osservazioni sulla datazione di alcuni frammenti di codici da Antinoupolis Details    PDF
Lucio Del Corso 167-192

Tracce di scrittura sul verso del PHerc 1506 (Filodemo, Περὶ ῥητορικῆV Γ ὑπομνηματικόν) Details    PDF
Gianluca Del Mastro 193-200

Il carteggio in arabo di Simone Assemani una scelta di lettere dalla corrispondenza inedita dell'epistolario Moschini Details    PDF
D'Ottone Arianna 201-238

I perduti ff. 115-116 del palinsesto L 120 sup. della Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano Details    PDF
Marco Fressura 239-274

Due romani e la riscoperta dei classici a Montecassino nel Trecento. Nuovi spunti da un marginale del Ms. Città del Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. lat. 1927 Details    PDF
Dario Internullo 275-294

Interferenze linguistiche greco-latine a Grottaferrata tra XI e XII secolo Details    PDF
Santo Lucà 295-332

Le relief de Neumagen et les bibliothèques antiques Details    PDF
Marie-Hélène Marganne 333-350

Exemplar. Ancora note di terminologia diplomatica in età tardoantica Details    PDF
Giovanna Nicolaj 351-366

Confusion de codes graphiques dans les papyrus latins Details    PDF
Gabriel Nocchi Macedo, Bruno Rochette 367-390

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Natascia Pellè 391-405

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Library of Digital Latin Texts: Call for Submissions

Library of Digital Latin Texts: Call for Submissions
The SCS Committee on Publications and Research is pleased to announce the opening of a new online publication effort in collaboration with the Digital Latin Library (DLL). Among other things, the DLL will host open-access online critical editions of Latin texts from the ancient period through the era of Neolatin texts — the Library of Digital Latin Texts (LDLT). Editions of classical texts in the LDLT are to be evaluated and approved by the SCS. 
The Committee has now established the procedures and policies to be applied and welcomes the submission of pre-proposals. You can read the editorial procedures and policies here.
Potential editors are invited to familiarize themselves with the SCS procedures and with the Guidelines for Encoding Critical Editions for the Library of Digital Latin Texts.