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EDENDA: Database of editions of Latin patristic texts

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[First posted in AWOL 25 July 2013, updated  5 April 2018]

EDENDA
EDENDA ist ein nicht-kommerzielles Projekt zur Förderung wissenschaftlicher Kommunikation. Private Angaben wie etwa E-mail-Adressen werden nur mit ausdrücklicher Einwilligung der Teilnehmer in die Database aufgenommen.
EDENDA is a non-commercial project which is aimed only to support communication between scholars. Private informations such as email addresses will be added to the database only with your consent.
Um den Informationsaustausch über aktuelle Editionsvorhaben aus der lateinischen Patristik zu erleichtern, wurde beim CSEL eine Internet-Dokumentation gestartet, die frei zugänglich ist. Bitte melden Sie uns Ihre entsprechenden Projekte, die in Arbeit sind, damit sie in EDENDAbekanntgegeben werden können.

In order to facilitate exchange of information on editions of Latin patristic texts which are underway, an internet documentation has been started by the CSEL. This service is free of charge. Please let us know of projects you are working on, so that they can be added to the EDENDA database.

Per facilitare lo scambio d'informazioni su edizioni attualmente progettate sul campo della patristica latina, una documentazione 'internet'è stata iniziata presso lo CSEL. L'accesso è libero a tutti. Si prega dunque di segnalarci i rispettivi progetti che sono in caso di lavoro, finchè possiamo renderli noti su EDENDA.

Pour rendre plus faciles les échanges d'informations concernant les projets d'édition de textes patristiques latins, le CSEL propose d'établir une base de données a laquelle on aura acces gratuit par l'Internet. Veuillez donc nous faire connaître tout projet du genre que nous voulons bien annoncer sous la rubrique EDENDA.
Eine Einf�hrung An Introduction Una introduzione Une introduction
 Auctor
AmbrosiasterAmbrosiusAnonymusAnonymus RomanusAugustinusBeda VenerabilisBoethiusCassiodorusClaudius
  Taurinensis
CollatioCyprianusPs.-CyprianusDamasus papaDonatus
  Vesuntinus
EucheriusFortunatianusHelisacharHieronymusHilarius
  Pictaviensis
Isidorus
  Hispalensis
Iulius papaLactantiusLiberius papaPelagiusProsper
  Aquitanus
RufinusTertullianusVetus Latina

Open Access Journal: Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal

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[First posted in AWOL 25 July 2013, updated 6 April 2018]

Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal
ISSN: 1209-9392
http://wjudaism.library.utoronto.ca/public/journals/4/pageHeaderTitleImage_en_US.jpg
WOMEN IN JUDAISM: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL is an academic, refereed journal published exclusively on the Internet, and devoted to scholarly debate on gender-related issues in Judaism. The ultimate aim of the journal is to promote the reconceptualization of the study of Judaism, by acknowledging and incorporating the roles played by women, and by encouraging the development of alternative research paradigms. Cross-methodological and interdisciplinary, the journal does not promote a fixed ideology, and welcomes a variety of approaches.




















2003

Vol 3, No 2 (2003)

"The First Night"
Abaye said, Mother told me: Like hot water on a bald man’s head. Raba said, the daughter of Rab Hisda (Raba’s wife) told me: Like the prick of bloodletting. Rav Papa said, the daughter of Aba of Sura (Rav Papa’s wife) told me: Like hard bread for the gums. [Babylonian Talmud Ketubot 39b] (The Defiant Muse, Hebrew Feminist Poems from Antiquity to the Present: A Bilingual Anthology. Edited by Shirley Kaufman, Galit Hasan-Rokem and Tamar S. Hess. With a foreward by Alicia Suskin Ostriker. The Helen Rose Scheuer Jewish Women’s Series. New York: Feminist Press, 1999, p. 59. This passage was translated by Shirley Kaufman and Galit Hasan-Rokem.)


2002

Vol 3, No 1 (2002)

Bread and cake cake and bread which is better, I myself think that bread when there is good butter is better than cake, bread and butter but when there is no bread and butter then there is cake Marie Antoinette was quite right about that. [Gertrude Stein, "The Coming of the Americans," in Collected Writings of Gertrude Stein (New York: Vintage Books, 1990), 648.]


2001

Vol 2, No 2 (2001)

"I had never considered myself religious. I am the daughter of a secular city, of the generation that witnessed the Holocaust to ask: 'Is God dead?' For me as for other Jewish feminists, religion perpetuated the patriarchal tradition that denied women access to Judaism's most sacred rituals and enshrined them within the strict confines of their biological role. The Judeo-Christian religion kept alive that feminine mystique which was at the heart of the problem.
It took the confidence born of the women's movement for me and other Jewish feminists to embrace our Jewishness, but in a new way. We took the task of making Judaism accept that women are equal to men in the sight of our God." [Betty Friedan, Life So Far: A Memoir (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000), 330.]


1999

Vol 2, No 1 (1999)

"In the month of Nissan, 5479 [1719], a woman was kneeling by the bank of the Moselle, washing her dishes. It was about ten o'clock at night, and of a sudden it became as light as day, and the woman looked in the Heavens, and the Heavens were opened, like unto a ...[word illegible]... and sparks flew therefrom; and then the Heavens closed, as one closes a curtain, and all was dark again. God grant that it be for our good!" (The Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln, Translated by Marvin Lowenthal, p. 277)


1998

Vol 1, No 2 (1998)

"Rav Hisda said: A man should never terrorize his household. The concubine of Giv'ah [Judges 19-21] was terrorized by her husband, and she was the cause of many thousands being slaughtered in Israel." - BabylonianTalmud, Gittin 6b


1997


Vol 1, No 1 (1997)

"A woman is acquired by three means and acquires herself by two means" - Mishnah Kiddushin 1:1

American Numismatic Society E-Books

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American Numismatic Society E-Books
Over its 150-year history, the American Numismatic Society has published hundreds of monographs. Many of these were scanned by the Google Books project and are now openly accessible through HathiTrust. However, these scanned books provide little functionality for keyword searches or linking to related resources in the archives or numismatic collection of the ANS. As a result, we are publishing fully functional Open Access ebooks through our Digital Library, including EPUB and PDF derivatives for mobile devices.
The first 20 of 211 titles online :
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Kroll, John H., Heath, Sebastian, 1966-
Date
2002
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Gruber, Ethan W.
Date
2013
University
University of Virginia
Language
English
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Bransbourg, Gilles, 1965-
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2010
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École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
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French
Author
Van Alfen, Peter G.
Date
2002
University
University of Texas-Austin
Language
English
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Thompson, Margaret E., 1911-1992
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1961
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Studies
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Gooch, Megan Laura
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2011
University
Durham University
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English
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Stahl, Alan M., 1947-
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September 26-27, 1987
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American Numismatic Society
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Coinage of the Americas Conference
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Metcalf, William E.
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November 4-5, 1989
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American Numismatic Society
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Coinage of the Americas Conference
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Noe, Sydney P. (Sydney Philip), 1885-1969
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1961
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Nesmith, Robert I., 1891-1972
Date
1955
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Noe, Sydney P. (Sydney Philip), 1885-1969
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1958
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Studies
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Noe, Sydney P. (Sydney Philip), 1885-1969
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1927
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American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Baxter, Barbara A.
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1958
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Morrison, Karl F. (Karl Frederick), 1936-, Grunthal, Henry Grunthal, Henry (1905-2001).
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1967
Publisher
American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Kleeberg, John M.
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May 4, 1991
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American Numismatic Society
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Coinage of the Americas Conference
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Miles, George Carpenter, 1904-1975
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1959
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American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Miles, George Carpenter, 1904-1975
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1958
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American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Weber, Shirley Howard, 1883-1962
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1932
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American Numismatic Society
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Numismatic Notes and Monographs
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Miles, George Carpenter, 1904-1975
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1952
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American Numismatic Society
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Open Access Monograph Series: Undena Publications Dual Editions

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Undena Publications Dual Editions
The paper copy is available at a nominal price, and a concurrent electronic edition is published at the same time of the paper publication and can be downloaded here for free.
The goal is to give a full bibliographical status to the work, while ensuring at the same time the ease of access and use that the digital version makes possible.
This is in line with the original intent of Undena to serve the scholarly community by providing the maximum diffusion of scholarly thought.
BM 30. Urkesh/Mozan Studies 6. [=Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 30]
Three-dimensional Volumetric Analysis in an Archaeological Context.
Federico Buccellati.
2016. Pp. xiv + 387.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-9798937-2-8 $15.00
Front Matter
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Online version (High Resolution) 110.1MB

Newly Open Access Journal: PHOENIX: Bulletin uitgegeven door het vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap EX ORIENTE LUX

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PHOENIX: Bulletin uitgegeven door het vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap EX ORIENTE LUX
ISSN: 0031-8329
Ex Oriente Lux geeft het tijdschrift Phoenix uit, dat driemaal per jaar verschijnt. Phoenix biedt vlot leesbare en wetenschappelijk verantwoorde artikelen over recent onderzoek naar de archeologie, geschiedenis en culturen van het Oude Nabije Oosten. Niet alleen hoogleraren en andere senior wetenschappers publiceren in Phoenix, maar ook promovendi en net afgestudeerden. De leden van Ex Oriente Lux ontvangen Phoenix gratis driemaal per jaar.
De redactie bestaat uit:
  • Carina van den Hoven (hoofdredacteur en redacteur egyptologie)
  • Dirk Bakker (redacteur oude Israël en Levant)
  • Merel Brüning (redacteur archeologie van het Nabije Oosten)
  • Lidewij van de Peut (redacteur hettitologie)
  • Theo Krispijn (redacteur assyriologie en webredacteur)
  • Martin Hense (vormgeving)
1962
Phoenix 8
1987
Phoenix 33,1: Het oude Zuid-Arabië
– J. Ryckmans, De bijdrage van oud Zuid-Arabië tot de kennis van het Semitische Oosten (fig. 1-12) – 4
– W.W. Müller, Het belang van de Wierookhandel voor het antieke Zuid-Arabië (fig. 13-22) – 30
– A.J. Drews, Ethiopië en Zuid-Arabië tussen 450 vóór en 550 na het begin van onze jaartelling (fig. 23) – 55
Phoenix 33,2: Het recht in het Oude Nabije Oosten
– Ph.H.J. Houwink ten Cate, In memoriam Prof. dr. M.A. Beek – 3
– Personalia Orientalia – 6
– G. van den Boorn, De vizier en de rechtspraak in Egypte rond 1500 v.C. – 10
– A. McDowell, Een schijnproces in het Egyptische strafrecht? – l7
– K. R. Veenhof, Rechtspraak bij de Oude Assyriërs – 23
– M. Stol, Oog om oog, tand om tand: een barbaarse wet? – 38
– K. A. Deurloo, Recht in Israël – pp. 44-50.
– Ph. H. J. Houwink ten Cate, De Hettitische wettenverzameling – 50
– Boekennieuws – 59
1988
Phoenix 34,2
– Genootschapsmededelingen – 2
– Mededelingen – p. 3
– Personalia et facta orientalia – 3
– G.P.F. VAN DEN BOORN, Ex Oriente Lux Nova. Het Nabije Oosten in het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden – 10
– H.L.J. VANSTIPHOUT, Fabels uit Mesopotamie – 15
– M. STOL, De Babylonische wereldkaart – 29
– M. STOL, Nieuw licht op de Babylonische ballingschap – 36
– M. DIJKSTRA, De alfabetische inscripties van Serábit el-Khadim (Sinai) – 39
– J. HELDERMAN, Van Jablonski / Te Water tot Vycichl. Bij Jozef Janssen’s pleidooi voor een nieuwe “Wiedemann” – 54.
– L.M.J. ZONHOVEN, Toetanchamon en de dieven? – 59.
– Boekennieuws: M.L. FOLMER, W.H. VAN SOLDT, M. STOL, M. STEINER, L. M. J. ZONHOVEN – 61
1989
Phoenix 35,2
– Genootschapsmededelingen – 2
– Personalia orientalia – 3
– A. EGBERTS, Wetenschap in Egypte en Babyionië – 5
– H.O. WILLEMS, Geleerde doden – 21.
– W.H. VAN SOLDT, De Babylonische astronomie, het begin van een wetenschap – 39
– K. JONGELING, De verloren wetenschap van Phoeniciërs en Carthagers – 57
1990
Phoenix 36,1
– Genootschapsmededelingen – 3
– M. HEERMA VAN VOSS, In Memoriam B.A. van Proosdij (1910-1990) – 4
– J. HOFTIJZER, In Memoriam Prof. Dr. P.A.H. de Boer (1910-1989) – 4
– Personalia et facta orientalia – 7
– K. VAN DER TOORN, Het Babylonische Nieuwjaarsfeest – 10
– Boekennieuws – 30
Phoenix 36,2: De stad in het Oude Nabije Oosten
– Genootschapsmededelingen – 2
– Personalia et facta orientalia – 2
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Steden in het Oude Nabije Oosten: Inleiding – 7
– W.H. VAN SOLDT, De stad Ugarit – 9
– R. VAN WALSEM, De stad Amarna: Exponent van traditie, vernieuwing en ideologie – 31
– R.J. VAN DER SPEK, ,,Is dit niet het grote Babylon, dat ik gebouwd heb?” – 51
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Lachis: een Judese stad uit de IJzertijd – 64
– L. VAN ROMPAY, Palmyra, Emesa en Edessa: Semitische steden in het gehelleniseerde Nabije Oosten – 73
1991
Phoenix 37,1: Drank en drinken in het Oude Nabije Oosten
– Mededelingen – 3
– W.H. VAN SOLDT, In Memoriam Prof. P.R. Kraus (1910-1991) – 4
– M. HEERMA VAN VOSS, In Memoriam J. Zandee (1914-1991) – 4
– Personalia et facta orientalia – 5
– A. RAMMANT-PEETERS, De bereiding van bier en wijn bij de Oude Egyptenaren – 6
– M. STOL, De Babyloniërs dronken bier – 24
– K. SPRONK, De wijn als troost in leven en in sterven. Enkele gedachten over de wijnen de Marzeach in Syrië en Palestina – 40
– G. VAN DRIEL, Spijkers met Koppen, II: Maskan-sapir, een begin bij de Tigris – 55
– Boekennieuws – 57
Phoenix 37,2
– Personalia et facta orientalia – 2
– E. LIPINSKI, Profetisme en Waarzeggerij – 5
– J. SMITS, Johannes Brauns droom over Egypte – 12
– G. VAN DRIEL, Een reconstructie van de tempels op de Jebel Aruda – 21
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Nieuwe gegevens over het oudste Israël – 32
– D.J.W. MEIJER, Opgravingskroniek van West-Azië – 42
1992
Phoenix 38,1: Actualiteiten
– Mededelingen – 2
– M. HEERMA VAN VOSS, In Memoriam W. F. Leemans (1912-1991) – 3
– Voorwoord – 4
– A.A. LOOSE & H.O. WILLEMS, Egypte – 5
– K.R. VEENHOF & W.H. VAN SOLDT, Mesopotamië – 14
– Th.P.J. VAN DEN HOUT, Anatolië – 32
– M. L. FOLMER, Israël – 47
– Boekennieuws – 53
Phoenix 38,2
– Mededelingen – 2
– M. HEERMA VAN VOSS, In Memoriam J. Vergote (1910-1992) – 2
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Het Jericho-graf in het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden – 4
– A.A. LOOSE, Woonhuizen in Amarna en het domein van de vrouwen – 16
– G. VAN DRIEL, Uit het leven van een Nieuw-Babylonische handelaar – 30
– Boekennieuws – 46
Phoenix 38,3: Opleiding in het Oude Nabije Oosten
– Mededelingen – 3
– Th.P.J. VAN DEN HOUT, Een augur voor 25 sikkels. Iets over opleiding bij de Hettieten – 6
– J.J. JANSSEN, Schooljongens in het oude Egypte – 13
– Th.J.H. KRISPIJN, Naar school in het oude Mesopotamië – 21
– M. DIJKSTRA, Schrijvers en Scholing in Oud-Israël – 34
1993
Phoenix 39,1: Actualiteiten
– Personalia Orientalia – 2
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Israël – 4
– O.E. KAPER & M.L. FOLMER, Egypte – 11
– W.H. VAN SOLDT, Mesopotamië en Syrië – 30
– F.A. TJERKSTRA, Anatolië – 37
– Boekennieuws – 47
Phoenix 39,2
– Personalia et Facta Orientalia – 54
– A. NYLAND, De Kikkuli-trainingsmethode voor paarden: de Kikkuli-tekst in de praktijk – 57
– M. HARTGERS, R. JAS, J. LEMMER, S. SCHEPEL, De arme man van Nippur – 66
– D.J.W. MEIJER, Tell I:Iammäm al Turkmän aan de Balïg in Noord-Syrië – 73
– M. STEINER, Urusalim en Jebus – 84
– K.J.H. VRIEZEN, Umm Qēs (ant. Gadara) in Jordanië. De kerken in Areaal I – 92
– H. BARNARD, De tombe van de sjeilc van Qasr Ibrim – 109
– Boekennieuws – 117
Phoenix 39,3: Brieven uit het Oude Nabije Oosten
– Personalia Orientalia – 126
– L.M.J. ZONHOVEN, “In leven, voorspoed en gezondheid, en in de gunst van Amon-Re!” – 128
– M. FOLMER, “Ik stuur je deze brief om je het beste te wensen”. Hebreeuwse en Aramese brieven uit het oude Israël – 141
– Th.P.J. VAN DEN HOUT, De zaak Zannanza. Een Egyptisch-Hettitisch brievendossier – 159
– K.R. VEENHOF, Brieven uit het Oude Mesopotamië – 168
1994
Phoenix 40,1
– Genootschapsmededelingen – 2
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– P.M.M.G. AKKERMANS, De heuvel van de Witte Jongen, opgravingen te Tell Sabi Abyad in Noord-Syrië – 4
– B. STUART en H. CURVERS, Tell al-Raqa’i: een dorp op het platteland van Noord-Mesopotamië (3000-2400 v. Chr.) – 16
– W.M. VAN HAARLEM De opgravingen op Tell Ibrahim Awad in 1993 – 33
– A.S. VAN DER WOUDE, De rollen van de Dode Zee. Recente ontwikkelingen, nieuwe teksten en omstreden standpunten – 44
Phoenix 40,2
– Personalia Orientalia – 60
– J. VAN DIJK, Horemheb en de strijd om de troon van Toetanchamon – 62
– J. QUAEGEBEUR EN C. TRAUNECKER, Een “grenstempel” te Sjenhoer bij Qoes – 79
– E.Ch.L. VAN DER VLIET, Verdwijnen de “Dark Ages”? – 94
– W.A.M. BEUKEN, De boeken van Samuël in een nieuw licht, een bespreking – 109
– Boekennieuws – 117
Phoenix 40,3
– Personalia Orientalia – 128
– JANA LOOSE, “Nu ziet, ik heb gedaan wat ik gezegd heb” – 132
– G. VAN DRIEL, Wijgeschenken in Mesopotamië – 154
– J. DE ROOS, Hettitische votiefteksten en votiefgeschenken – 168
– K. DIJKSTRA, Aramese votiefteksten en votiefgeschenken uit Hatra – 184
1995
Phoenix 41,1
– Personalia Orientalia – 2
– H.D. SCHNEIDER, Pay en Raia: Haremdirecteuren van de Heer der Beide Landen. Recente opgravingen in de Memphitische begraafplaats van het Nieuwe Rijk te Sakkara – 4
– K. VAN LERBERGHE & G. VOET, Tell Beydar: ,,The Missing Link”? – 27
– R. DOCTER, Karthago: de Phrenicische stad onder het Romeinse Carthago – 43
– Boekennieuws – 58
Phoenix 41,2
– Personalia Orientalia – 63
– F.H. VAN DIJK, Scheepvaart in de Perzische Golf: maritieme contacten in het derde millennium voor Christus – 64
– S. WACHSMANN, Zeevaarders in het Oude Nabije Oosten – 72
– F. MEIJER, Van monoreme naar trireme: de ontwildceling van het oorlogsschip in het oostelijk Middellandse-Zeegebied van 1500-500 v. Chr. – 81
Phoenix 41,3
– Personalia Orientalia – 94
– A. WEGENER SLEESWIJK, Oude scheepvaartkanalen in Egypte – 97
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Een belangrijke stèle uit Tel Dan, Israël – 119
– W.J. VAN BEKKUM, Heiligheid en heiliging in Bijbelse en Rabbijnse traditie – 131
– Boekennieuws – 143
1996
Phoenix 42,1
– Personalia Orientalia – 2
– JACOBUS VAN DIJK, Hymnen aan Re en Osiris in Mephitische graven van het Nieuwe Rijk – 3
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Graven en sociale verhoudingen tijdens de Israëlische monarchie – 23
– H.L.J. VANSTIPHOUT, De heilige Lugalbanda – 35
– Boekennieuws – 53
Phoenix 42,2
– Personalia Orientalia – 58
– HARCO WILLEMS, Veerlieden en andere onaangename personen in het Egyptisch hier­ namaals – 60
– KLAAS SPRONK, Ideeën over de doden en het leven na de dood in het Bijbelse Israël – 78
– DINA KATZ, Het Sumerische dodenrijk – 91
– THEO P.J. VAN DEN HOUT, Een dodenrijk voor een koning in het Hettitisch hiernamaals – 104
Phoenix 42,3
– Personalia Orientalia – 114
– ARNO EGBERTS, Van kisten en kalveren: twee Oudegyptische riten nader bekeken – 120
– J. HOFTIJZER, Koninklijk bestuur in Oud-Israël – 136
– A.C.V.M. BONGENAAR, Het tempelarchief uit de stad Sippar – 152
– Boekennieuws – 163
1997
Phoenix 43,1
– Personalia Orientalia – 2
– BEN HARING, Rondom de tempels in Thebe-West – 4
– LEONARD V. RUTGERS, De nieuwste opgravingen in Sepphoris, Galilea – 19
– JOOST HAZENBOS, De Hettitische cultusinventarissen – 37
– Boekennieuws – 50
Phoenix 43,2
– Personalia Orientalia – 60
– LOUIS ZONHOVEN, Was het Oude Egypte een luilekkerland? – 63
– MARGARETHA FOLMER, Eten in Bijbels-Hebreeuwse vertelkunst – 75
– HELEEN SANCISI-WEERDENBURG, De oorsprong van een haute cuisine – 93
– WILFRED VAN SOLDT, Oudbabylonische recepten – 103
– THEO P.J. VAN DEN HOUT, Twee tot driemaal daags; eten en eetgewoontes bij de Hettieten – 114
Phoenix 43,3
– Personalia Orientalia – 124
– JULIA HARVEY, De typologie van houten grafbeelden uit het Egyptische Oude Rijk – 126
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Dertig jaar opgravingen op Tel Dan, Israël, Deel l – 138
– JAN GERRIT DERCKSEN, Rijk worden in Turkije: Assyrische kooplieden in Kanis – 154
– Boekennieuws – 168
1998
Phoenix 44,1
– Voorwoord van de redactie – 2
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– JACOBUS VAN DIJK, Elite en goddelijk koningschap in Egypte aan het eind van de Achttiende Dynastie – 7
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Dertig jaar opgravingen op Tel Dan, Israël, Deel 2 – 21
– THEO VAN DEN HOUT, A Tale of Two Cities: Twee nieuwe Hettitische provinciale centra – 39
1999
Phoenix 45,1
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– MARK COENEN EN VEERLE COUCKUYT, Isis of Abraham? Over mormonen en Oudegyptische dodenteksten – 7
– MARIE-JOSÉ WIJNTJES, Een “nieuwe bijbelvertaling” voor de volgende eeuw – 21
– NIEK VELDHUIS, Leren lezen en schrijven in Nippur – 30
– Boekennieuws – 42
Phoenix 45,2
– JAANA TOIVARI, Het huwelijk en de getrouwde vrouw; Impressies uit vrouwenlevens in Deir el-Medina – 49
– M. STOL, Vrouwen in Babylonië – 59
– WOUTER HENKELMAN, “Gebiederesse van dit land”; Vrouwen in Achaimenidisch Perzië – 70
– Boekennieuws; De vrouw van de nacht – 89
2000
Phoenix 46,1
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– INGRID DE STROOPER, Thebe in de 25e en 26e dynastie; De betekenis van de godsgemalinnen van Amon weerspiegeld in hun architecturale monumenten – 7
– C.H.J. DE GEUS, Hofleven in het Oude Israel – 17
– PIETER W. VAN DER HORST, Christelijke Woestijnheiligen in het antieke Nabije Oosten – 26
Phoenix 46,2
– Van de redactie – 40
– Verenigingsnieuws – 41
– Personalia Orientalia – 45
– KLAAS R. VEENHOF, Op zoek naar het jaar 2000 voor Christus – 49
– HARCO WILLEMS, Het nomarchaat als politieke, sociale en religieuze factor in de Egyptische provincie – 72
– Boekennieuws – 104
Phoenix 46,3
– Van de redactie – 108
– Personalia Orientalia – 109
– JACOBUS VAN DIJK, De grafkamers van Maya en Meryt – 110
– WILLEM M. VAN HAARLEM, De opgravingen te Tell Ibrahim Awad, 1994-2000 – 128
– WILFRED VAN SOLDT, Een Kanaänitisch woordenboek uit Ashkelon – 136
– EVELINE J. VAN DER STEEN, Wie waren de vroege Israëlieten? – 141
– Boekennieuws – 154
2001
Phoenix 47,1-2
– Van de redactie – 2
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– J.F. BORGHOUTS, De religie van Achnaton – 5
– BEN HARING, Hoe bestuurt een ketter zijn land? – 36
– WILFRED VAN SOLDT, De internationale betrekkingen in de Amarna-periode – 53
– RENÉ VAN WALSEM, Sporen van een revolutie in Saqqara – 69
– JACOBUS VAN DIJK, Toetanchamon: De contrarevolutie van een kind – 90
– Bibliografie: gebruikte afkortingen – 111
Phoenix 47,3
– Van de redactie – 114
– Personalia Orientalia – 115
– Denyse HOMÈS-FREDERICQ, Ontdek Lehun en de Koningsweg. De Belgische opgravingen in het antieke Jordanië – 117
– Wilfred VAN SOLDT, Te land, ter zee en op de vlucht: reizen en trekken in de Levant in de Late Bronstijd – 148
– Boekennieuws – 163
2002
Phoenix 48,1
– Van de redactie – 2
– Personalia Orientalia – 3
– JACQUES KINNAER, Het Naqada-label en het debat rond de identificatie van Menes – 4
– FIK MEIJER, Paulus’ zeereis naar Rome – 14
– HERMAN TE VELDE, De symboliek van apen en bavianen in de Oud-Egyptische cultuur en religie – 25
– KAREL J.H. VRIEZEN, Een antieke stad wordt zichtbaar. Opgravingen in Umm Qēs (ant. Gadara) in Jordanië – 46
Phoenix 48,2
– Van de redactie – 62
– JACCO DIELEMAN, Rituele reinheid in het Oude Egypte – 63
– MEINDERT DIJKSTRA, Schone handen. Reinheid in de culturen van de Levant – 73
– PETRA M. GOEDEGEBUURE, Rituele reinheid bij de Hettieten – 93
– MARTEN STOL, Reinheid in Mesopotamië – 103

Texts Added to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG®) on March 29, 2018

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Texts Added to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG®) on March 29, 2018

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0579 ORPHICA Theol. et Phil.
0732 ALEXANDER Phil.
2017 GREGORIUS NYSSENUS Theol.
2734 Flavius JUSTINIANUS Imperator Theol.
2738 CHRONOGRAPHIAE ANONYMAE Chronogr.
2797 HESYCHIUS Scr. Eccl.
2907 JOANNES CLIMACUS Theol. et Scr. Eccl.
2936 COSMAS Vestitor Hagiogr. et Scr. Eccl.
2938 GERMANUS II Scr. Eccl.
3025 COSMAS Hierosolymitanus Poeta
3070 SYMEON LOGOTHETES Hist.
3115 SYMEON METAPHRASTES Hist., Biogr. et Hagiogr.
3160 Josephus BRYENNIUS Theol.
3200 Manuel II PALAEOLOGUS Imperator Theol. et Rhet.
3236 Nicephorus Callistus XANTHOPULUS Hist. et Theol.
3248 Joannes CYPARISSIOTES Theol.
3382 THEODORUS Trimithensis Hagiogr.
3383 GEORGIUS PATRIARCHA ALEXANDRINUS Hagiogr. et Biogr.
4015 JOANNES PHILOPONUS Phil.
4031 EUSTRATIUS Phil.
4040 PHOTIUS Scr. Eccl., Lexicogr. et Theol.
4065 Manuel HOLOBOLUS Philol. et Theol.
4090 CYRILLUS Alexandrinus Theol.
4413 Isidorus GLABAS Orat., Scr. Eccl., Epist. et Theol.
4458 Matthaeus CANTACUZENUS Phil. et Epist.
4460 LEX RHODIA Legal. et Jurisprud.
4461 LEX AGRARIA Legal. et Jurisprud.
4462 ANTONIUS Episcopus Larissensis Theol.
4463 NICEPHORUS CHARTOPHYLAX Epist.
4464 JOANNES CANABUTZES Astron.
4465 JOANNES GLYCAS XIII PATRIARCHA Theol. et Rhet.
4467 ARSENIUS TYRIUS Theol.
4468 EUTHYMIUS MONACHUS
5002 MAGICA Magica et Nat. Hist.
5059 MENOLOGIA IMPERIALIA Hagiogr.
5065 BASILICA Jurisprud.
5122 VITAE LEONIS CATANIAE Biogr. et Hagiogr.
5149 VITAE SANCTI GREGORII EPISCOPI ASSI Hagiogr.
5151 VITA SANCTI ROMULI Hagiogr.
5159 SCRIPTA ANONYMA IN JOANNEM CHRYSOSTOMUM Hagiogr. et Orat.
5358 NOMOCANON Eccl. et Jurisprud.
5508 CHRONICON METEORUM Chronogr. et Hist.
5511 ANONYMA MATHEMATICA Math.
9006 GREGORIUS II Patriarcha Epist., Theol., Paroemiogr., Phil. et Hagiogr.
9035 Georgius TRAPEZUNTIUS Phil.
9055 Theodosius ZYGOMALAS Legal.
9057 Manuel MALAXUS Hist.

Online Critical Pseudepigrapha

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 [First posted in AWOL 16 November 2010. Updated most recently 8 April 2018]

Online Critical Pseudepigrapha
The mandate of the Online Critical Pseudepigrapha is to develop and publish electronic editions of the best critical texts of the "Old Testament" Pseudepigrapha and related literature.
Note that in a few cases it has not yet been feasible to publish the best eclectic text of a given document. In other cases the OCP edition of a document does not yet include all of the textual evidence. Readers should consult the "text status" information on the introductory page for each document to determine whether a better or more complete text exists elsewhere.

Open Access Journal: West & East: Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici

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West & East: Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici
ISSN: 2499-7331 
 
Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici delle Università di Trieste, Udine, Venezia Ca’Foscari

«West & East» is the organ of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of the Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice Ca’ Foscari (SISBA). It is an on-line journal released once in a year, usually at the end of the year, on the digital platform OpenstarTs – Edizioni Università di Trieste (EUT).

«West & East» aims to promote studies and scientific research in every branch of Archaeology by disseminating in full Open Access significant pieces of scholarship concerning Mediterranean and Near-Eastern

West & East III, 2018 [1]    

New Ancient World Content in JSTOR

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NEW TITLES

Ancient Mesoamerica (Arts & Sciences XV)  
ISSN: 0956-5361
Coverage: Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring, 1990) – Vol. 23, No. 2 (Fall, 2012) 
Moving Wall: 5 years 
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 

Antike Welt (Arts & Sciences XV)
ISSN: 0003-570X
Coverage: Vol. 1, No. 1 (1970) – Vol. 40, No. 6 (2009); No. 1 (2010) – No. 6 (2014)
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (WBG)

Archäologie in Deutschland (Arts & Sciences XV)
ISSN: 0176-8522 
Coverage: No. 1 (1984) – No. 6 (2014); Special Issues (2008-2014)
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (WBG) 

Archeologia Classica(Arts & Sciences XV)  
ISSN: 0391-8165
Coverage: Vols. 24-64 (1972-2013) 
Moving Wall: 3 years 
Publisher: L’Erma di Bretschneider
Arethusa (Arts & Sciences XV)
ISSN: 0004-0975
Coverage: Vol. 1, No. 1 (Fall, 1968) – Vol. 45, No. 3 (Fall, 2012)
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Revue des études grecques [1888- ] (Arts & Sciences XV)
ISSN: 0035-2039
Previous Title: Annuaire de l'Association pour l'encouragement des études grecques en France [1868-1887] (1153-852X)
Coverage: Vols. 6-21 (1872-1887); Vol. 1, No. 1 (1888) - Vol. 126, No. 2 (Juillet/Décembre 2013) Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: Revue des Études Grecques

Rivista di Studi Pompeiani (Arts & Sciences XV)
ISSN: 1120-3579 
Coverage: Vols. 1-22 (1987-2011)
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: Erma di Bretschneider

Previous Title for Publicly Released Journal

Annali della R. Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di Lettere e Filosofia (Arts & Sciences XIII)
ISSN: 0393-8565
Coverage: Vol. 30, Nos. 1 & 3 (1929 & 1930)
Moving Wall: N/A
Publisher: Scuola Normale Superiore 
Note: Annali della R. Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di Lettere e Filosofia is a previous title to Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di Lettere e Filosofia.

Association pour l'encouragement des études grecques en France (Arts & Sciences XV)
Coverage: Vol. 1 (1867)
ISSN: 1153-8538
Moving Wall: N/A
Publisher: Revue des Études Grecques
Note: Association pour l'encouragement des études grecques en France is a previous title to Revue des Études Grecques.

Bulletin of the Iranian Institute [1942-1946] (Arts & Sciences XIV, Asia)
ISSN: 0277-7339 
Previous Title: Bulletin of the American Institute for Iranian Art and Archaeology [1937-1938] (2573-6167)  Previous title: Bulletin of the American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology [1931-1936] (2573-6159)
Coverage: Vol. 2, No. 1 [3] (March, 1932) - Vol. 4, No. 4 (December, 1936); Vol. 5, Nos. 1-3 (June, 1937 – June, 1938); Vol. 5, No. 4 (1942); Vol. 6/7 (December, 1946)
Moving Wall: N/A
Publisher: Bulletin of the Asia Institute, a Non-Profit Corporation
Note: Bulletin of the Iranian Institute is a previous title to Bulletin of the Asia Institute.

PREVIOUSLY MISSING ISSUES

Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. Supplement (Arts & Sciences XIII) 
ISSN: 2398-3264
Coverage: 
No. 103, PHILOPONUS AND THE REJECTION OF ARISTOTELIAN SCIENCE: SECOND EDITION (2010); 
No. 104, EXPLORING ANCIENT SCULPTURE: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF GEOFFREY WAYWELL (2010); 
No. 105, PHEIDIAS - THE SCULPTURES & ANCIENT SOURCES: VOLUME 1 (2009); 
No. 105, PHEIDIAS - THE SCULPTURES & ANCIENT SOURCES: VOLUME 2 (2009); 
No. 105, PHEIDIAS THE SCULPTURES & ANCIENT SOURCES: VOLUME 3 - ILLUSTRATIONS (2009); 
No. 106, MENANDER "EPITREPONTES" (2009); 
No. 107, ARISTOTLE & THE STOICS "READING" PLATO (2010); 
No. 108, INDIA, GREECE, AND ROME, 1757 TO 2007 (2010); 
No. 109, BY THE SWEAT OF YOUR BROW: ROMAN SLAVERY IN ITS SOCIO-ECONOMIC SETTING (2010); No. 110, IMAGINES ITALICAE: A CORPUS OF ITALIC INSCRIPTIONS: VOLUME I (2011); 
No. 110, IMAGINES ITALICAE: A CORPUS OF ITALIC INSCRIPTIONS: VOLUME II (2011); 
No. 110, IMAGINES ITALICAE: A CORPUS OF ITALIC INSCRIPTIONS: VOLUME III (2011); 
No. 111, SIFTING THE SOIL OF GREECE: THE EARLY YEARS OF THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS, 1886-1919 (2011); 
No. 113, ELECTRA: ANCIENT AND MODERN ASPECTS OF THE RECEPTION OF THE TRAGIC HEROINE (2011) Moving Wall: N/A 
Publisher: Wiley  
Note: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. Supplement is a previous title to Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies.

Israel Exploration Journal (Arts & Sciences IX)
ISSN: 0021-2059
Coverage: Vol. 64, No. 1 (2014)
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: Israel Exploration Society

ISSN: 2193-9136
Coverage: Vol. 5, No. 1 (1856) Vol. 20, No. 12 (1871) 
Publication of this title ceased in 1939


MOVING WALL DECREASES

Journal of Egyptian Archaeology (Arts & Sciences VII)  
Coverage: Vols. 99-100 (2013-2014) 
Moving Wall: 3 years

Mediterranean Archaeology (Arts & Sciences XIV)
ISSN: 1030-8482
Coverage: Vols. 25-26 (2012-2013)
Moving Wall: zero Publisher: Meditarch
Note: By publisher request, JSTOR is decreasing the moving wall from 5 years to zero.

UPDATES FOR ZERO MOVING WALL TITLES
'Atiqot (Hebrew Journals)
Coverage: Vol. 89 (2017)
Moving Wall: Zero

Hebrew Studies (Jewish Studies)
ISSN: 0146-4094 
Coverage: Vol. 58 (2017)
Moving Wall: Zero
Publisher: National Association of Professors of Hebrew (NAPH)

Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome. Supplementary Volumes (Arts & Sciences V)  Coverage: Vols. 10-11 (2014-2015)
Moving Wall: Zero
Publisher: American Academy in Rome, University of Michigan Press

For information on all new content in JSTOR see here

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

New Open Access Journal: Philology

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Philology
ISSN: 2297-2625 (Print) 
Philology is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of human traditions as they emerge from oral, written, carved, painted, digital, performed, ancient, contemporary texts. The journal aspires to challenge and reformulate the expression of philological studies in the present day. We propose that the contemporary world be understood in its multicultural complexity, and thus that philology be re-founded as a relevant social science. To this end, we encourage constant dialogue with the methodologies of other disciplines, including linguistics, cultural anthropology, archaeology, paleoethnology, genetics and cultural biology. Philology promotes all efforts to go beyond the traditional boundaries of our habitual fields of enquiry, with the purpose of accomplishing anti-dogmatic and unprejudiced tools for facing the challenges of contemporaneity. The journal is open to a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches, from the study of linguistic evolution to literary interpretation, from textual criticism to the investigation of texts and ethnotexts, from etymological reconstructions to the cognitive analyses of archaeological facies. Philological problems exist in the grammar of signs inscribed on a prehistoric stone or a shamanic drum no less than they do in the transmission of a text from one old manuscript to another.

Open Access Journal: Çatal Newsletters

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[First posted in AWOL 9 December 2013, updated 9 April 2018]

Çatal Newsletters 
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The Project issues annual Newslettters which are designed for the Friends of Çatalhöyük and aim to keep the Friends and inerested parties informed of the activities of the Project and of the different aspects of the research being conducted at Çatalhöyük. They contain summaries of the work and discoveries that were made during that year's excavation season.



Open Access Journal: Revista Internacional de Derecho Romano

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[First posted in AWOL 24 September 2010. Updated 10 April 2018]

Revista Internacional de Derecho Romano
ISSN: 1989-1970
OBJECTIVES

The International Review of Roman Law, created under the auspices of the Ibero-American Association of Roman Law and of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, is focused on accepting research within the ambit of the Roman Law, Romanistic Tradition and Historical-Juridical Sciences, and difussing its results. The aim of Ridrom is to overcome all geographical frontiers and it is open to all like-minded individuals and institutions. The review also covers the activities of the Ibero-American Association, along with any news or information that may be of interest to the Romanistic community.


The RIDROM aspires to become a reference publication within its field. In order to achieve this, the rigour and quality of all contributions will be guaranteed through an evaluation by researchers of accredited claim and prestige.


FORMAT


RIDROM is a periodic scientific publication in electronic format (HTML format). It doesn't have printed edition, although the published articles will also be conserved in paper support.


FREQUENCY OF PUBLICATION


RIDROM is a biannual publication. Editions will be published in the months of April and October respectively.


LANGUAGE


RIDROM will be published in Spanish and English. Nevertheless, it is possible for articles to be published in any other language of considerable scientific diffusion (German, French, Italian, Portuguese). That said, the translation of the article into English, on the part of the author, inevitably facilitates its diffusion and impact considerably.


SECTIONS


RIDROM is divided up into four main sections: summaries, news, view of reviews and links. Under "Summaries", information on the articles of each edition will be given, along with the corresponding abstracts, and shall be divided by articles /file. In the "News" section, forthcoming events, meetings, congresses, seminars, courses, publications, etc., will be detailed. "View of reviews" section will detail information regarding other magazines. Finally, under "Links", we shall provide information on other interesting resources available on-line.

New Open Access Journal: REUDAR. European Journal of Roman Architecture

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REUDAR. European Journal of Roman Architecture
ISSN: 2603-6177
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REUDAR aims to be a proactive scientific agent to enrich the European common culture which binds more than 300 millions of citizens. REUDARintends to achieve this enrichment of the European citizenship through its historical architecture, concretely, the Roman architecture, which influence in the different European Classicism styles and is so prevalent in the European urban landscapes. REUDAR was created with a vocation of union and consensus through the scientific debate, leaded by researchers from different European countries, with contributions in all the European languages. REUDAR seeks to be, in essence, a 3rd Millennium intellectual forum to share a common topic, which is, sometimes, scattered in a multiplicity of existing Classical Archaeology journals, with no intention of replacement. REUDAR intends to be a reference, a call for scientific creativity through science, brightness, innovation and change inherent to our common secular identity with the Roman architecture as a driving force.


Núm. 1 (2017)


Table of Contents

ARTICLES


Marina Covolan
7-24

Simone Dilaria
25-55

Sebastián Vargas Vázquez
57-74

Oscar Mei, Lorenzo Cariddi, Massimo Gasparini


75-119

Filippo Venturini
121-142

Jordi Pérez González
143-175

Christopher Courault
177-191

Call for papers_ Vol. 2 N° 1-2 (2018)

REUDAR call for papers for Vol. 2, 1-2 (2018) is open.
Articles will be published in early view form in three month maximum after submission. Full issues of Reudar 1-2 will be published in June/December 2018.
Papers should be submitted electronically via ojs system of REUDAR, including a cover sheet containing corresponding author's name, affiliation, mailing address, phone, email and address. Here you can download the template.

For more information see:

https://www.uco.es/ucopress/ojs/index.php/reudar/about/editorialPolicies#focusAndScope


 

Open Access Journal: Mediterranea. International Journal on the Transfer of Knowledge

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Mediterranea. International Journal on the Transfer of Knowledge
ISSN: 2445-2378
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Mediterranea is an international journal focusing on various areas of knowledge transfer from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period, covering the Middle East and the Mediterranean basin, and paying special attention to philological, philosophical, scientific, cultural and religious fields of research.
If there is one thing that characterizes the powerful process of knowledge exchange between the Near East and the Latin West it is the passion for knowledge and the discovery of its secrets that inspired scholars of the period. This led to long journeys and rich encounters, and the mutual exchange between cultures that have repercussions up to the present day.
Mediterranea is a project focused on combining efforts, by linking highly qualified research institutions with expertise in the field of transfer of knowledge within the different areas of study that will be addressed in the journal.

Num. 3

Table of Contents

Articles

Nicola CARPENTIERI
1-18
Gregorio PIAIA
19-34
Mariano GÓMEZ ARANDA
35-54
Jonathan RUBIN
55-90
Josep PUIG MONTADA
91-109
Flavia BUZZETTA
111-127
Jules JANSSENS
129-144
C. Philipp E. NOTHAFT
145-210

In memoriam

John MARENBON
211-212

Notes

Massimiliano TRAVERSINO DI CRISTO
213-217
John Jeffries MARTIN
219-228
Cecilia MARTINI BONADEO
229-249

Reviews

Jorge USCATESCU BARRÓN
251-256
Athanasios RINOTAS
257-260
Coralba COLOMBA
261-266
María Luisa RODRIGUEZ
267-273
Lourdes BONHOME PULIDO
275-280

2017


2016

Num. 1

 

Fortchcoming Open Access Journal: Astarté. Estudios del Oriente Próximo y el Mediterráneo

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Astarté. Estudios del Oriente Próximo y el Mediterráneo
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Astarté es una revista internacional de periodicidad anual, que albergará trabajos inéditos relacionados con temas históricos, lingüísticos, arqueológicos, religiosos y artísticos de los pueblos del Oriente Próximo y de la Cuenca Mediterránea durante la Antigüedad, la Tardo-antigüedad y la Edad Media. Las lenguas de trabajo de la revista son alemán, español, francés, inglés e italiano.


 

Association le Latin dans les Littératures Européennes

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Association le Latin dans les Littératures Européennes
L’ « Association le Latin dans les Littératures Européennes » (ALLE) existe depuis le printemps 2008. Elle a été créée à l'initiative de Cécilia Suzzoni, sa présidente fondatrice, actuellement professeur honoraire de Chaire supérieure au lycée Henri IV, présidente d'honneur. Son but est de promouvoir la reconnaissance du latin comme lien constitutif avec le français et sa littérature ainsi que la part évidente et forte qu’il tient, à titre de substrat commun et nourricier, dans le patrimoine des littératures européennes.
L’ALLE se propose d’atteindre ces objectifs essentiellement par l’organisation de Conférences –au Lycée Henri IV et au Lycée Louis le Grand – émanant de personnalités du champ littéraire entendu au sens le plus large : littérature de fiction, théâtre et poésie, histoire, philosophie, droit, sciences. Depuis la première "Rencontre avec Yves Bonnefoy" qui a inauguré l’existence de l’ALLE, notre association a organisé près de 30 conférences. Les conférences sont ouvertes à tous et le texte des conférences est publié sur le site. L’ALLE publie également des articles consultables en ligne. Sur notre site figurent également la Charte de l'association, les statuts, la composition du bureau, la liste de nos soutiens, ainsi que les modalités d'adhésion.
L’ALLE n’est pas une association disciplinaire, non plus qu'une association de spécialistes : elle défend un latin œcuménique, au service de toutes les disciplines de la mémoire et du langage, comme l’indique la composition plurielle de son bureau qui réunit Lettres classiques, Lettres modernes, Philosophie, Histoire, Droit, Mathématiques

Contributions en ligne

Holzhausen Verlag: Open Access Classics Books

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Holzhausen, der Verlag: Open Access Books
Open Access steht für freien und kostenlosen Zugang zu wissenschaftlichen Publikationen und Daten im Internet. Ziel ist es einen schnellen Zugriff auf wissenschaftliche Arbeiten, Publikationen und Daten zu schaffen, so dass Interessierte die Volltexte lesen, in ihnen suchen, auf sie verweisen und sie auch sonst auf jede denkbare legale Weise benutzen können, ohne finanzielle, gesetzliche oder technische Barrieren jenseits von denen, die mit dem Internet-Zugang selbst verbunden sind.

Der Verlag Holzhausen bekennt sich zum Gedanken der Maximierung der Verbreitung wissenschaftlicher Information und unterstützt die Open-Access-Politik. Deshalb werden wissenschaftliche Verlagspublikationen möglichst auch digital publiziert und unter Berücksichtigung rechtlicher und wirtschaftlicher Möglichkeiten frei zugänglich gemacht.
Palmyras Reichtum durch Weltweiten Handel | Archäologische Untersuchungen im Bereich der hellenistischen Stadt | Band 2 Kleinfunde 

Die kirchenslavische Übersetzung der Dioptra des Philippos Monotropos. Band 1 

Die synchronisierte Stadt. Öffentliche Uhren und Zeitwahrnehmung, Wien 1850 bis heute 

Palmyras Reichtum durch Weltweiten Handel | Archäologische Untersuchungen im Bereich der hellenistischen Stadt | Band 1 Architektur und ihre Ausstattung 

Sport und Recht in der Antike 

Vergeben und Vergessen? Amnestie in der Antike 

Attische Sarkophage aus Ephesos - ErgHÖJh | Band 16 

DAS HEROON VON TRYSA – Ein Denkmal in Lykien zwischen Ost und West - Band 1 

DAS HEROON VON TRYSA – Ein Denkmal in Lykien zwischen Ost und West - Band 2 

Das Kalenderhandbuch von 354 Der Chronograph des Filocalus, Band 1 – Der Bildteil des Chronographen 

Das Kalenderhandbuch von 354 Der Chronograph des Filocalus, Band 2 - Der Textteil – Listen der Verwaltung 

DAS TETRAEVANGELIUM DES ZAREN IVAN ALEKSANDĂR 

Hellenistische Häuser in Lousoi. Keramik und Kleinfunde aus den Grabungen 1983–1994 - SOSCHRÖAI | BAND 55 

Tyche Sonderband 7 (2013) | NEUE INSCHRIFTEN VON OLYMPIA Die ab 1896 veröffentlichten Texte 

Tyche Sonderband 8 (2016) | Der sogenannte "Antiquus Austriacus" und weitere auctores antiquissimi 

Tyche Sonderband 9 (2017) | COLUMNA TRAIANI 


(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Studia Semitica Upsaliensia

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Studia Semitica Upsaliensia
ISSN: 0585-5535
Studies in Semitic Linguistics and Manuscripts: A Liber Discipulorum in Honour of Professor Geoffrey Khan
University College London.
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.
Woolf Institute; University of Cambridge.
École Pratique des Hautes Études-PSL; Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes-CNRS.
2018 (English)Collection (editor) (Refereed)
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2018. , p. 467
Series
Studia Semitica Upsaliensia, ISSN 0585-5535 ; 30
National Category
Specific Languages
Research subject
Semitic Languages
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-347037ISBN: 978-91-513-0290-4 (print)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-347037DiVA, id: diva2:1192909
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CONTENTS
THE EDITORS Studies in Semitic Linguistics and Manuscripts: A Liber Discipulorum in Honour of Professor Geoffrey Khan   7
Part 1: Linguistics, Grammar and Exegesis
PETER J. WILLIAMS Semitic Long /i/ Vowels in the Greek of Codex Vaticanus of the New Testament   15
AARON D. HORNKOHL Biblical Hebrew Tense–Aspect–Mood, Word Order and Pragmatics: Some Observations on Recent Approaches   27
JOHAN M. V. LUNDBERG Long or Short? The Use of Long and Short Wayyiqṭols in Biblical, Parabiblical and Commentary Scrolls from Qumran   57
ELIZABETH ROBAR Unmarked Modality and Rhetorical Questions in Biblical Hebrew   75
SHAI HEIJMANS The Shewa in the First of Two Identical Letters and the Compound Babylonian Vocalisation   98
DANIEL BIRNSTIEL הֶחָכָם, but הַחָכְמָה: Some Notes on the Vocalisation of the Definite Article in Tiberian Hebrew   111
SAMUEL BLAPP The Use of Dageš in the Non-Standard Tiberian Manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible from the Cairo Genizah   132
LILY KAHN The Ashkenazic Hebrew of Nathan Nata Hannover’s Yeven Meṣula (1653)   151
FIONA BLUMFIELD Medieval Jewish Exegetical Insights into the Use of Infinitive Absolute as the Equivalent of a Preceding Finite Form   181
MEIRA POLLIACK Implementation as Innovation: The Arabic Terms Qiṣṣa and Ḵabar in Medieval Karaite Interpretation of Biblical Narrative and its Redaction History   200
LIDIA NAPIORKOWSKA Patterns of Diffusion of Phonological Change in the North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Azran   217
ELEANOR COGHILL The Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Telkepe   234
OZ ALONI ‘The King and the Wazir’: A Folk-Tale in the Jewish North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Zakho   272

Part 2: Texts, Scribes and the Making of Books and Documents
JUDITH OLSZOWY-SCHLANGER Crossing Palaeographical Borders: Bi Alphabetical Scribes and the Development of Hebrew Script – The Case of the Maghrebi Cursive   299
BENJAMIN M. OUTHWAITE Beyond the Leningrad Codex: Samuel b. Jacob in the Cairo Genizah   320
NADIA VIDRO Arabic Vocalisation in Judaeo-Arabic Grammars of Classical Arabic   341
ESTARA J ARRANT The Structural and Linguistic Features of Three Hebrew Begging Letters from the Cairo Genizah   352
ESTHER-MIRIAM WAGNER Birds of a Feather? Arabic Scribal Conventions in Christian and Jewish Arabic   376
MAGDALEN M. CONNOLLY A 19th Century CE Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic Folk Narrative: Text, Translation and Grammatical Notes       392
REBECCA J. W. JEFFERSON Popular Renditions of Hebrew Hymns in 19th Century Yemen: How a Crudely Formed, Vocalised Manuscript Codex Can Provide Insights into the Local Pronunciation and Practice of Prayer   421
RONNY VOLLANDT The Status Quaestionis of Research on the Arabic Bible   442
The Arabic Dialect of Tillo in the Region of Siirt: (south-eastern Turkey)
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Languages, Department of Linguistics and Philology.
2009 (English)Book (Other academic)
Abstract [en]
This study places special emphasis on socio-linguistic and language-contact phenomena. It concerns, however, a relatively unfamiliar example of involuntary cultural assimilation and probable extinction, which is not without relevance to current politics among great powers. Chapter 4 treats parts of syntax that are not common in dialectal studies, for example foreground and background of the narrative discourse, topicality hierarchy etc. The Arabic dialect of Tillo, in the region of Siirt in south-eastern Turkey, is spoken by a small isolated group of Arabs living mainly among Kurds but also among Turks. The latter represent the state of Turkey in the form of civil servants, police officers, army officers and other authorities. The official language is Turkish which is also the only language taught in schools. All television and radio programs are broadcast in Turkish, just as all newspapers are published in that language. Since Kurds constitute the vast majority in the region, north Kurdish (Kurmandji) is needed for daily conversation. Arabic has thus come to a standstill stage of development and at the same time lost status for the benefit primarily of Turkish but also of Kurdish. The Arabs are leaving Tillo and immigrating to the big cities in the western parts of the country. This migration is occurring so rapidly that the Arabs of Tillo are distressed that soon no Arabs will remain in the village. In the big cities, for instance Istanbul, the Arabs avoid speaking Arabic in order not to attract attention; they are afraid of being classified as tarrōr “terrorists”. The consequence of this socio-linguistic situation is that Tillo Arabic goes on losing its importance and becoming kaba “vulgar”, and since its development has already been arrested it seems destined to die out. Turkish impact on Tillo Arabic is immense. In accordance with Turkish phonology, the voiced consonants are pronounced voiceless in final position and in contact position before voiceless consonants. An epenthetic or prosthetic vowel is used to avoid a two-consonant cluster. Turkish particles such as the superlative particle en and the adverb hem “also, too” are often used in everyday life. Constructions similar to Turkish ones, such as compound nouns or possessive compounds, are used. The lexicon includes many borrowings and second borrowings. The latter means that a word was first borrowed into Turkish and from Turkish back into Tillo Arabic.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis , 2009. , p. 283
Series
Studia Semitica Upsaliensia, ISSN 0585-5535 ; 26

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