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Open Access Journal: Florentia Iliberritana. Revista de estudios de Antigüedad Clásica

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Florentia Iliberritana. Revista de estudios de Antigüedad Clásica

ISSN: 1131-8848
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Florentia Iliberritana. Revista de estudios de Antigüedad Clásica, es editada conjuntamente por los Departamentos de Filología Griega, Filología Latina e Historia Antigua de la Universidad de Granada. En ella tienen cabida trabajos presentados por profesores e investigadores de ámbito nacional e internacional sobre temas históricos, arqueológicos y filológicos relacionados con la antigüedad clásica y el entorno cultutral mediterráneo y europeo, así como con los estudios de tradición clásica. Desde su fundación en 1990, publica trabajos originales de investigación (artículos y documentos) y reseñas en lenguas del ámbito de la Unión Europea. Todos los originales recibidos son sometidos a  informes anónimos de prepublicación realizados por personas expertas.
























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Open Access Journal: The Israel Museum Studies in Archaeology

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The Israel Museum Studies in Archaeology
ISNN: 1565-3617
An annual publication of The Samuel Bronfman Biblical and Archaeological Museum of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, with the support of the Israel Museum Publications Fund
Volume 8 (2016-2017)
Contents
Yigal Bloch and Laura A. Peri I Placed My Name There: The Great Inscription of Tukulti-NinurtaI, King of Assyria, from the Collection of David and Cindy Sofer, LondonDownload Pdf »

Rachel Caine Kreinin “Divine Reflexivity”: a Case Study of Greco-Roman Egyptian Terracotta Figurines from the Collection of the Israel Museum, JerusalemDownload Pdf »
Orit Peleg-Barkat, Hillel Geva and Ronny Reich A Monumental Herodian Ionic Capital from the Upper City of JerusalemDownload Pdf »
Ronny Reich Addendum 1:
Where was the Capital Incorporated?
Download Pdf »
Orit Peleg-Barkat, Hillel Geva Addendum 2:
A Monumental Herodian Ionic Capital from the Royal Stoa? – a Reply to Ronny Reich
Download Pdf »
Tali Sharvit A Marble Sphinx Statue from Horvat OmritDownload Pdf »
Moshe Fischer, Arie Nissenbaum and Yannis Maniatis Appendix:
Marble Analysis of the Omrit Sphinx
Download Pdf »
Karni Golan, Haim Goldfus and David Mevorah Why Hide? – Hoarding in Late Antiquity in View of a Byzantine Hoard from IsraelDownload Pdf »
Bruno Callegher A Hoard of Byzantine Folles (ca. 610 CE) within a Hoard of Bronze Objects: Some HypothesesDownload Pdf »

 

 


Volume 7 - 2015 

 

Contents
     
Fanny Vitto     Wall Paintings in the Synagogue of Rehov: An Account of Their Discovery
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Haggai Misgav     The List of Fast Days from the Synagogue of Rehov
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Edna Engel, Mordechay Mishor     An Ancient Scroll of the Book of Exodus:
The Reunion of Two Separate Fragments
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Michael Maggen     Appendix 1
The Conservation of MS Ashkar
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James H. Charlesworth     Appendix 2
Ashkar Manuscript 2:
Introducing a Phenomenal
New Witness to the Bible
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New Open Access Journal: Italia Epigrafica Digitale

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Italia Epigrafica Digitale

E-ISSN: 2532-1005

Testata della pagina
Italia Epigrafica Digitale è una pubblicazione periodica che raccoglie e indicizza, in una serie di fascicoli organizzati geograficamente, le schede prodotte, a una certa data, per la banca dati EDR (Epigraphic Database Roma: www.edr-edr.it) dai vari gruppi di lavoro.

I record contenuti in EDR, infatti, tutti firmati e datati, in molti casi non rappresentano una semplice digitalizzazione di materiali bibliografici già esistenti, ma apportano un contributo critico e di novità alla conoscenza dei testi epigrafici, spesso in seguito ad un controllo diretto degli originali. Rendere periodicamente disponibili anche in questa forma i dati e le informazioni presenti nella banca dati ha lo scopo di valorizzare l’apporto individuale degli schedatori e dei gruppi di lavoro in cui operano, diffusi su tutto il territorio nazionale (come evidenzia la composizione del Comitato scientifico), alla conoscenza di una fonte fondamentale per la conoscenza dell’Italia antica come la documentazione epigrafica latina e greca.

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Open Access Journal: Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Institutes in Wien

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Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts in Wien

P-ISSN: 0078-3579
E-ISSN: 1729-5416
Die Jahreshefte (ÖJh) des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts sind das führende Publikationsorgan Österreichs auf dem Gebiet der Klassischen Archäologie. Den Beiträgen nationaler und internationaler Wissenschafter ist der Jahresbericht des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts angeschlossen, welcher in komprimierter Form Auskunft über die Projekte und Aktivitäten des Instituts gibt. 
journal
Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut
Band 78/2009
doi: 10.1153/oejh78
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-6909-3 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-7035-8
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Oesterreichisches Archaeologisches Institut
Band 77/2008
doi: 10.1553/oejh77
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 0078-3579
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-6673-3 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-6812-6
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Oesterreichisches Archaeologisches Institut
Band 76/2007
doi: 10.1553/oejh76
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-6133-2 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-6635-1
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Oesterreichisches Archaeologisches Institut
Band 75/2006
doi: 10.1553/oejh75
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-3909-6 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-6087-8
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Oesterreichisches Archaeologisches Institut
Band 74/2005
doi: 10.1553/oejh74
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-3677-4 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-3764-1
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut
Band 73/2004
doi: 10.1553/oejh73
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journalBand 72/2003
doi: 10.1553/oejh72
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print
journal
Band 71/2002
doi: 10.1553/oejh71
ISSN: 0078-3579 ISSN Online: 1729-5416
Subject Area: Classical Archaeology
refereed - online - print

 Back issues:

Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Institutes in Wien 

New Open Access Journal: Lessico del Comico: La parole della commedia greca tra ricezion antica e riprese contemporanese

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Lessico del Comico: La parole della commedia greca tra ricezion antica e riprese contemporanese
ISSN: 2532-6805
Testata della pagina
La rivista "Lessico del Comico" nasce nell'ambito dell'omonimo progetto di ricerca portato avanti congiuntamente dalle Università di Milano, Pisa, Bari e Bologna. I contributi pubblicati hanno lo scopo di sistematizzare e dare carattere scientifico ai risultati maturati in tre anni di ricerca. L'obiettivo della rivista è anche quello di ampliare l'orizzonte di discussione grazie a nuove riflessioni che verranno valutate con il metodo di revisione fra pari duble blind. La pubblicazione ospita contributi specificamente dedicati al lessico della commedia antica da differenti prospettive tematiche e metodologiche legate alla letteratura greca, alla storia del teatro antico, agli studi sull’esegesi antica, alla filologia classica, alla filosofia antica, ai performance studies e ai reception studies. Adottiamo la modalità di pubblicazione Open Access per favorire la divulgazione dei contributi.

N. 1 (2016)

Sommario

Articoli

Stefano Caciagli, Dino De Sanctis, Maddalena Giovannelli, Mario Regali
Stefano Caciagli, Dino De Sanctis, Maddalena Giovannelli, Mario Regali
Stefano Caciagli, Andrea Capra, Maddalena Giovannelli, Mario Regali
Stefano Caciagli, Michele Napolitano, Martina Treu
Stefano Caciagli, Michele Corradi, Mario Regali
Stefano Caciagli, Dino De Sanctis, Maddalena Giovannelli, Mario Regali

Open Access Journal: Philologia Classica

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Philologia Classica
ISSN 0202-2532
e-ISSN 2618-6969
Philologia Classica is an interdisciplinary periodical publishing research in the field of Classical philology, covering a broad range of topics including Ancient literature, Ancient Greek and Latin languages, textual criticism, papyrology, epigraphy, Indo-European linguistics, history of Ancient art, Ancient philosophy, religion and material culture, provided they are based on the profound knowledge and analysis of ancient texts. Articles on the history of Classical studies and reception of Ancient culture in the Mediaeval (including Byzantine) and Modern European culture are also welcome should they only be firmly grounded in Graeco-Roman antiquity.
“Philologia Classica” provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available contributes to a greater global exchange of knowledge.

2018 year

Issue 13-1

2015 year

Issue 10

2014 year

Issue 9

2011 year

Issue 8

2007 year

Issue 7

2004 year

Issue 6

1997 year

Issue 5

1992 year

Issue 4

1987 year

Issue 3

1982 year

Issue 2

1977 year

Open Access Journal: Medżat Studia Egiptologiczne = Medjat Egyptological Studies

New Open Access Journal: Bisanzio e l'Occidente

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Bisanzio e l'Occidente
ISSN: 1234-5678
Copertina
Scopi e ambiti della rivista sono mutuati da quelli del Centro di ricerca coordinato Unimi Bisanzio e l'Occidente:

Il Centro continua un fecondo filone di studi su Bisanzio nato in Unimi negli anni '50 con Raffaele Cantarella e articolatosi in insegnamenti filologico-letterari, storiografici e storico-artistici, nel segno di una fruttuosa multidisciplinarietà  che si vuole conservare e accrescere.

Il Centro intende rendere identificabile ed espandere la rete degli studiosi di Bisanzio nelle sue manifestazioni letterarie, storiografiche,linguistiche, artistiche; si propone poi come collegamento tra studiosi di tematiche connesse a Bisanzio nella più ampia accezione, come i presupposti della civiltà letteraria e artistica bizantina

nel mondo greco e latino imperiale/tardoantico; le interrelazioni tra Oriente bizantino e Occidente medievale latino e romanzo; la fortuna di Bisanzio nella storia della cultura europea occidentale dall'Umanesimo in poi.

V. 1, N. 1 (2018)

Sommario

Articoli

Andrea Torno Ginnasi
1-28
Jessica Varsallona

Open Access Journal: Subseciva Groningana: Studies in Roman and Byzantine Law

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Subseciva Groningana: Studies in Roman and Byzantine Law
ISSN: 0169-7463
SUBSECIVA GRONINGANA

Vol 9: (IX)


Between Groningen and Palermo
Jaargang 2014, ISBN/EAN: 978-90-76892-27-6

Table of Contents


Preface
 

Abbreviations
 

The prohibition of commentaries to the Digest and the antecessorial literature
G. Falcone
1-36

Thalelaios und die Rechtsregeln
F. Goria
37-58

Towards a palingenetic study of Bas. 60, 3: The contribution of the Byzantine ἴνδικες. Part I
M. Miglietta
59-98

Theophilus and the student publisher: a resolved issue?
C. Russo Ruggeri
99-120

The personality of Theophilus and the sources of the Paraphrase: a contribution
A.St. Scarcella
121-156

Conjectures regarding Thalelaios’ commentary on the Novus Codex
S. Sciortino
157-186

Il Breviarium Novellarum di Teodoro di Ermopoli
F. Sitzia
187-242

The ὅρος ἤτοι ἐτυμολογία of testamentum and the problem of sources in the Paraphrase of Theophilus
F. Terranova
243-266

Preluding the Basilica, but how? The final paragraph of the preface to the Prochiron reconsidered
Th.E. van Bochove
267-318

Could the interdictum unde vi be brought by a tenant? D. 43,16,18pr. and Dorotheus, a Subsecivum Groninganum
F. Brandsma
319-326

Some remarks on the (non-)appearance of ἑταιρεία in Byzantine law
H. de Jong
327-342

The first constitution of the Codex Justinianus. Some remarks about the imperial legal sources in the Codices Justiniani
J.H.A. Lokin
343-382

Traces of Byzantine legal literature in Theophilus scholia
R. Meijering
383-398

Hagiotheodorites: the last antecessor? Some remarks on one of the 'new' Basilica scholiasts
D. Penna
399-428

Graeca Pandectarum in Basilicis
B.H. Stolte
429-442

Paralipomenon
N. van der Wal
443-448

Contents

Vol 1: (I)

Jaargang 1984, ISBN: 90-6088-086-2


Vol 2: (II)

Jaargang 1985, ISBN: 90-6980-006-3


Vol 3: (III)

Proceedings of the Symposium on the Occasion of the Completion of a New Edition of the Basilica, Groningen, 1-4 June, 1988
Jaargang 1989, ISBN: 90-6980-025-X


Vol 4: (IV)

Jaargang 1990, ISBN: 90-6980-040-3
Novella Constitutio - Studies in Honour of Nicolaas van der Wal


Vol 5: (V)

Jaargang 1992, ISBN: 90-6980-058-6


Vol 6: (VI)

Jaargang 1999, ISBN: 90-801925-6-2


Vol 7: (VII)

Jaargang 2001, ISBN: 90-76892-06-7


Vol 8: (VIII)

Jaargang 2008, ISBN/EAN: 978-90-76892-18-4


Open Access Journal: Bulgarian e-Journal of Archaeology Supplements - Българско е-Списание за Археология Supplementa

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Bulgarian e-Journal of Archaeology Supplements - Българско е-Списание за Археология Supplementa
ISSN: 2603-3216

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Българско е-Списание за Археология Supplementa
Суплементите към Бе-СА са самостоятелни книжни тела, които се предоставят на редколегията във вид готов за електронно публикуване (съгласно изискванията на Бе-СА). Суплементите включват: дисертации, които са успешно защитени и предложени за печат; сборници с докладиот конференции, които да имат свои редколегии, носещи отговорността на вида и състоянието на материалите; монографични трудове, чиито автори трябва да представят документ за успешно преминало научно обсъждане (с положителни рецензии и препоръки за публикуване) и извършена редакторска проверка.  
Поради спецификата на приемателната процедура на суплементите, статиите в тях не се третират като индексирани (включени в системата ERIH PLUS), освен ако са били обект на двойно анонимно рецензиране, подобно на статиите от списанието. Публикуването на суплементи се одобрява от главния редактор на списанието, съгласува се с редколегията и се договаря административно с Управителния съвет на АБА. Ръкописите се изпращат на редакционния адрес: editor@be-ja.org

Bulgarian e-Journal of Archaeology Supplements
Supplements to Be-Ja are separate paper volumes that are submitted to the Editorial Board as a print-ready copy for electronic publication (according to the Be-JA guidelines). They include: awarded PhD dissertations that have been approved for publishing; conference proceedings with their own editorial boards who are responsible for the content and quality of the published material; monographs, whose authors should provide evidence for successful peer-review (positive evaluations and recommendation for publishing) and overall editing.
Due to the specific procedure of acceptance of the supplements, the articles published there are not indexed (i.e. included in the ERIH PLUS system), unless they have being subjected to two anonymous reviews, like the articles in the main issues of Be-Ja. The publication of supplements is approved by the editor-in-chief and discussed by the Editorial Board, while the administrative matters are negotiated with the Executive Board of ABA. The manuscripts are submitted to the editorial address of Be-JA:  editor@be-ja.org

Open Access Journal: Collegium Biblicum Årsskrift

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Collegium Biblicum Årsskrift
Online-ISSN: 2246-4158
Trykt ISSN" 1603-919X

Collegium Biblicums årsskrift publicerer foredragsmanuskripter og andet materiale, der relaterer sig til Collegium Biblicums årlige møde. Collegium Biblicum er et selskab, der har til formål at fremme videnskabelig forskning inden for bibelfagene. De publicerede tekster foreligger stort set i den form, de enkelte forfattere har anvendt, efter en let redaktion. Der vil ofte være tale om fremlæggelser af ny forskning, som senere vil kunne publiceres i mere formelle og fuldstændige rammer.

Greek and Roman Verse: Audio-Visually Enhanced

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Greek and Roman Verse: Audio-Visually Enhanced
Greek and Roman Verse
The aim so far has been to produce, in a reasonable time period, a free, accessible, spoken version, with moderately good audio quality and linked to a metrically tagged text.  Accordingly I’ve tried to follow only a couple of very basic requirements:
  • a recognizable, consistent hexameter rhythm
  • a tolerable effort at reconstructed pronunciation (to the extent that it exists for Homeric Greek) with a very conservative pitch accent, and with my instinctive stress accent restrained to the best of my ability.

The Iliad:

The Odyssey:

Open Access Journal: Würzburger Jahrbücher für Altertumswissenschaft

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[First posted in AWOL 13 March 2016, updated 25 July 2018]

Würzburger Jahrbücher für Altertumswissenschaft
ISSN-Druck: 0342-5932
ISSN-Internet: 2365-8444
Die im Jahre 1975 begründete ‚Neue Folge‘ der Würzburger Jahrbücher hat zwei angesehene Vorläufer:


Um 1930 schufen Carl Hosius, Friedrich Pfister und Joseph Vogt die ‚Würzburger Studien zur Altertumswissenschaft‘ als eine Reihe von Monographien. In den Kreis der Herausgeber sind später noch Alexander Graf Stauffenberg und Josef Martin eingetreten.

Meist waren es herausragende Würzburger Dissertationen, die in den Heften veröffentlicht wurden. Aber auch Festgaben für Carl Hosius (unter dem Titel ‚Studien zu Tacitus‘) und für Heinrich Bulle gehörten zu dieser Reihe, die mit Unterstützung der ‚Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften bei der Universität Würzburg‘ (des späteren ‚Universitätsbundes Würzburg‘) herausgegeben wurde. Sie ist dem 2. Weltkrieg zum Opfer gefallen.  

Unmittelbar nach dem Ende des Krieges haben dann Josef Martin und Friedrich Pfister unter Mitwirkung von Wilhelm Ensslin, Hans Krahe und Hans Möbius die ‚Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft‘ ins Leben gerufen. Als Verleger gewannen sie Ferdinand Schöningh, Paderborn-Würzburg.

Diese Jahrbücher erhielten – entsprechend den veränderten Bedürfnissen – den Charakter einer Zeitschrift mit breiter Thematik, die z.B. auch das Weiterleben der Antike mit einbezog. Vom Bayerischen Staatsministerium für Unterricht und Kultus, von der Stadt Würzburg und vom Universitätsbund Würzburg wurden sie unterstützt.

Den Herausgebern gelang es, zahlreiche erstrangige Gelehrte zur Mitarbeit zu gewinnen. Viele Beiträge sind noch heute gültig. Vier stattliche Jahrgänge (1946-1950) liegen von dieser ersten Folge der Jahrbücher vor.  

Hier haben die ersten Herausgeber der Neuen Folge angeknüpft; es war ihr Streben, nicht nur ein Forum für die Würzburger Altertumswissenschaftler zu schaffen, sondern darüber hinaus angesehene Gelehrte des In- und Auslandes zur Mitarbeit zu gewinnen. Sie haben sich zu ihrem Teil bemüht, das rege Leben, das in diesen Disziplinen herrscht, zu spiegeln, das wissenschaftliche Gespräch unter den Fachgenossen zu fördern, neuen Ergebnissen ans Licht zu verhelfen.

Diesen Zielen fühlen sich in gleicher Weise die neuen Herausgeber verpflichtet, die mit dem Band 22 die Nachfolge angetreten haben.

[N.F.] Bd. 36 (2012): Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Titel
 
Inhalt
 
Vorwort
Thomas Baier, Michael Erler
Matthias Steinhart
7-37
Daniel Schwemer
39-58
Martin Andreas Stadler
59-95
Maddalena Vallozza
97-111
Ada Neschke-Hentschke
113-138
Federico M. Petrucci
139-156
Riccardo Cavalli
157-167
Boris Hogenmüller
169-184

2011

[N.F.] Bd. 35 (2011): Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft

















2002

[N.F.] Bd. 26 (2002): Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft





























1984


[N.F.] Bd. 10 (1984): Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft





















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Open Access Journal: Hebrew Higher Education: A Journal for Methodology and Pedagogy For Teaching of Hebrew Language and Literature in the University

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[First posted in AWOL 27 August 2014, updated 26 July 2018]

Hebrew Higher Education: A Journal for Methodology and Pedagogy For Teaching of Hebrew Language and Literature in the University
ISSN: 1058-3351
Home
Formerly published as The Bulletin of Higher Education. Issued by the National Association of Professors of Hebrew.
ARTICLES
Rahel Halabe,
Mira Angrist,
Esther Raizen,
Omri Yavin & Dor Yaccobi,
Rachel Rosner,
Irena Blanky-Karlin,
Hanni Garti-Bar,
Nimrod Shatil,
Michal Ganz-Meishar,
Or Rogovin, 
Dolly Eliyahu-Levi
Joanna Caravita
David Marcus


REVIEWS
Nitza Krohn, review of: 
Yairah Amit, review of:
Rina Kreitman, review of: 
MODERN HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS and MODERN HEBREW FOR INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS (new editions) by Esther Raizen. University of Texas Press, 2016. 252pp.
Dorit Lemberger, review of: 
Dolly Eliyahu-Levi, review of 

Sarah Blake LaRose, review of

Melissa Weininger, review of:
           
BEHOLD THE MAN: JESUS IN ISRAELI ART. Amitai Mendelsohn. Trans. Simon Montagu, Carol Sutherland, and Richard Flantz. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. 2017. 312 pp. 


Dorit Yerushalmi, review of:
Maayan Harel, Review:
Itamar Drori, Review of: 

Chen Edelsburg, Review of:
Philip Zhakevich, Review:
Michael Carasik, Review:
Dina Roginsky & Shiri Goren, Review:
Ruth Adler (Baruch College), Review: 
Ronit Engel, Review:


Hebrew Higher Education 19 (2017)
Hebrew Higher Education 18 (2016)
Hebrew Higher Education 17 (2015)
Hebrew Higher Education 16 (2014)
Hebrew Higher Education 15 (2013)
Hebrew Higher Education 14 (2012)
Hebrew Higher Education 13 (2011)
Hebrew Higher Education 12 (2010)
Hebrew Higher Education 11 (2009)

Open Access Journal: Der Antike Sudan

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 November 2016, updated 26 July 2018]

Der Antike Sudan. Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin e.V. (MittSAG)
ISSN: 0945-9502
SAG-Online.de
Die Zeitschrift "Der Antike Sudan. Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin e. V." (MittSAG) erscheint einmal jährlich. Sie informiert ausführlich über die von der SAG unter stützten Projekte im Sudan. Eine weitere feste Rubrik ist die Publikation der aktuellen "Fritz-Hintze-Vorlesung zur Sudanarchäologie" im Heft des jeweils folgenden Jahres. Außerdem enthält die Zeitschrift weitere Beiträge zur Archäologie, Geschichte und Kultur des Sudan. In den letzten Jahren hat sich "Der antike Sudan" zu einem international renommierten Publikationsorgan ent wickelt und entsprechend nicht nur eine breite Leserschaft, sondern auch Beiträge von Wissen schaftlern aus aller Welt angezogen.
Open access through volume 26 (12015)

  Aktuelle Ausgabe:

MittSAG 29 (2018) MittSAG 28 (2017) MittSAG 27 (2016) MittSAG 26 (2015)
MittSAG 25 (2014)  MittSAG 24 (2013) MittSAG 23 (2012) MittSAG 22 (2011) MittSAG 21 (2010)
MittSAG 20 (2009)  MittSAG 19 (2008) MittSAG 18 (2007)  MittSAG 17 (2006)  MittSAG 16 (2005)
 MittSAG 15 (2004)  MittSAG 14 (2003)  MittSAG 13 (2002)  MittSAG 12 (2001)  MittSAG 11 (2001)
MittSAG 10 (2000) MittSAG 9 (1999)  MittSAG 8 (1998) MittSAG 7 (1997)  MittSAG 6 (1997)
 MittSAG 5 (1996)  MittSAG 4 (1996)  MittSAG 3 (1995) MittSAG 2 (1995) MittSAG 1 (1994)

New in ANEM: Invention of the First-Century Synagogue

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Invention of the First-Century Synagogue
Lidia D. Matassa, Jason M. Silverman (Editor), J. Murray Watson (Editor)
Ancient Near East Monographs 22, 2018




ISBN 9780884143192

Status Forthcoming


Price: $54.95


Binding Hardback


Publication Date August 2018
Crucial insights into the difficult issues in early synagogue identification
This work critically reevaluates the scholarship surrounding the identification of first-century synagogues at five key sites: Delos, Jericho, Herodium, Masada, and Gamla. These sites are consistently used in modern scholarship as comparators for all other early synagogues. Matassa reviews the scholarly discourse concerning each site, inspects each site, and examines the excavation reports in conjunction with a thorough analysis of the literary and epigraphic evidence. She uncovers misunderstandings of the site remains by previous scholars and concludes that excavators incorrectly identified synagogues at Delos, Jericho, Masada, and Herodium. In the case of Gamla, however, the identification may be correct.
Features:
  • A detailed and in-depth study of key archaeological sites that confirms and corrects the current understanding of their remains
  • A clear review of the material evidence
  • More than forty maps, images, and illustrations
Lidia D. Matassa was an independent scholar and founding president of the Irish Association for the Study of the Ancient Near East. She participated in a number of excavations in Israel and helped organize multiple interdisciplinary conferences in Dublin. She coedited Text, Theology, and Trowel: Recent Research into the Hebrew Bible (2011). Matassa passed away suddenly in January 2016.

Attic Inscriptions Online Update

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Attic Inscriptions Online Update

AIO 
26 Jul 2018: We publish today translations of the Roman period dedications by archons from the cave of Apollo on the north face of the Acropolis, together with decrees honouring wealthy Athenian benefactors of the later fourth century BC, Xenokles of Sphettos and Neoptolemos of Melite. A full list of the 85 new translations is atPublication 26 July 2018. We also update the notes on AIUK 2 no. 1 and IG II3 4, 207.
I Eleus.I Eleus. 87 - Decree of the Kerykes honouring Xenokles of Sphettos
I Eleus. 93 - Decree of the Eumolpidai honouring Neoptolemos of Melite
I Eleus. 95 - Honours for Xenokles of Sphettos
IG I3IG I3 950 - Dedication to Apollo
IG II3 4 IG II3 4 128 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 129 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 130 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 131 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 132 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 133 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 134 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 135 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 136 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 137 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 138 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 139 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 140 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 141 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 142 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 143 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 144 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 145 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 146 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 147 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 148 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais (?)
IG II3 4 149 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 150 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 151 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 152 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 153 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 154 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 155 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 156 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 157 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais (?)
IG II3 4 158 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 159 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais (?)
IG II3 4 160 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 161 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 162 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 163 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 164 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 165 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 166 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 167 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 168 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 169 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 170 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 171 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 172 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 173 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 174 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 175 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 176 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 177 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 178 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 179 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 180 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 181 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 182 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 183 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 184 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 185 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 186 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 187 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais (?)
IG II3 4 188 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 189 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 190 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 191 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 192 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 193 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 194 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 195 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 196 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 197 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 198 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais (?)
IG II3 4 199 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 200 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 201 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 202 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 203 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 204 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 205 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 206 - Dedication to Apollo Hypo Makrais
IG II3 4 950 - Dedication to Apollo
IG II3 4 1057 - Honours for Neoptolemos of Melite

Aristarchus

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 [First posted in AWOL 27 February 2013, updates 27 July 2018]

Aristarchus
A project by Franco Montanari   
Aristarchus (from the name of the learned scholar Aristarchus of Samothracia, not to get confused with the astronomer Aristarchus of Samos) is a web site which includes a set of working tools for research and teaching in the subject area of Greek and Latin ancient world:

Words in Progress
LGGA

Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi

The LESSICO DEI GRAMMATICI GRECI ANTICHI (LGGA) represents an online reference tool dedicated to the field of ancient Greek philology, grammar and scholarship. This website, which was opened in 2002, has seen the in-progress publication of cards regarding figures who are relevant, from various points of view, for exegesis as well as erudite and philological-grammatical research in the ancient world. Starting from 2015, LGGA is published by Brill under the name of Lexicon of Greek Grammarians of Antiquity.
Words in Progress
WiP

Words in Progress

The Words in Progress (WiP) website is an online freely consultable database that is continuously enriched. It represents an on-going supplement to the major currently used dictionaries of Ancient and Byzantine Greek and seeks to provide a scientific tool for scholars of Greek and more generally of the Ancient Greek and Latin world.
Words in Progress
CPhCl

Catalogus Philologorum Classicorum

The Catalogus Philologorum Classicorum (CPhCl) is an encyclopaedic lexicon that collects the biographies and the bibliographies of modern classical scholars. It involves an international network of local units; they are coordinated by the central unit, hosted by the Dipartimento di Antichità, Filosofia, Storia (DAFIST) of the University of Genova.
Words in Progress
CIAPh

Centro Italiano dell’Année Philologique

The Centro Italiano dell’Année Philologique (CIAPh) is the Italian editorial office of the Année Philologique, the well known reference bibliography for scholars of Greek and Latin antiquity. Founded in Paris in 1928, the Année Philologique counts on an international organization, networking the main office of Paris, the Italian Centre of Genova, Cincinnati for the USA and UK, Heidelberg for Germany and Austria, Granada for Spain, producing every year a printed volume and an on-line database.
Words in Progress
Scholia Minora

Scholia Minora in Homerum

The aim of the site Scholia Minora in Homerum is to provide up-to-date listing, descriptions, editions and digital images of the so-called Scholia Minora to the Iliad and Odyssey on papyrus. We project to keep the list of papyri up-to-date and to offer editions with apparatus of parallel passages of all the papyri.
Words in Progress
MediaClassica

MediaClassica

MediaClassica is a web site for didactics of the ancient Greek and Latin languages, carried out by a group of scholars and teachers working in the Dipartimento di Antichità, Filosofia, Storia (DAFIST) of the University of Genova in partnership with Loescher Editore.

Open Access Journal: Systasis: E-Journal of the Association of Classical Philologists "Antika"

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[First posted in AWOL 10 February 2010. Updated 27 Jul 2018]

Systasis: E-Journal of the Association of Classical Philologists "Antika"
ISSN: 1857-5129
logo systasis mk
Името на списанието (во превод "Состав") потекнува од големото откритие на професор М. Д. Петрушевски, кој во 1980 година (преиздадено во 1990 г.) во Скопје го објави својот превод на Аристотеловото дело „За поетиката“ (Περὶ ποητικῆς). Тој откри, дека во дефиницијата за трагедијата не стои изразот прочистување на страстите (κάθαρσις παθημάτων), или некоја друга синтагма, туку состав од дејства (σύστασις πραγμάτων), што предизвикуваат жал и страв, што е најважна характеристика на трагедијата.
Дека составот на делото од соодветни компоненти е основа за тоа да биде токму такво дело, на книжевно-теоретски и философски план покажа професор Елена Колева, во своето дело "Систаса на прагми" (Охрид, 1992), со што од книжевно-теоретски аспект го потврди лингвистичкото откритие на М. Д. Петрушевски.
Списанието е отворено за статии, резимеа на магистерски трудови, резимеа на докторски трудови, преводи од класични автори, пофалени/наградени семинарски работи, кратки белешки и прикази на книги од областите што ги покриваат класичните студии во поширока смисла на зборот: класична филологија, историја на стариот век, археологија, епиграфија, палеографија, и други области врзани за антиката, но и за нејзиниот континуум и наследство и дидактика на класичните дисциплини.
Членови на редакцијата на Systasis се членови на Здружението „Антика“ во соработка со колеги од регионот и Европа. Списанието се уредува двапати годишно.
The name of our periodical, Systasis, meaning 'a composition', relates to the great discovery made by our Professor M. D. Petruševski, who published his translation of Aristotle's Poetics (Περὶ ποητικῆς) in Skopje, the Republic of Macedonia, in 1990. He emended the phrase in Aristotle's definition of tragedy, usually known as κάϑαρσις παϑημάτων, to σύστασις πραγμάτων, i.e. 'a composition of acts' that cause fear and compassion—the essential characteristics of tragedy.

The thesis that the composition of the components of a deed determine literary genre was elaborated on theoretical and philosophical grounds by Professor Elena Koleva in her work 'The composition of Acts', published in Ohrid in 1992. In this book, she developed the linguistic discovery of M. D. Petruševski on literary theoretical grounds.


Тhe e-journal is edited by the members of Antika, the Association of Classical Philologists of the Republic of Macedonia, in collaboration with colleagues from the region and throughout Europe. It is open for the publication of articles, summaries of master’s theses, summaries of doctoral theses, translations of classical authors, academic papers adjudged of distinction and book reviews on subjects from the wider range of classical studies: classical philology, history of the ancient world, archaeology, epigraphy, paleography, and other subjects related to antiquity, as well as to the continuity, heritage and didactics of classical disciplines.

Systasis№ 32 (2018)
СОДРЖИНА
СТАТИИ
Sabira Hajdarević
Sexual initiative in Aristaenetus'Erotic Letters(1-24)
The epistolary collection entitled Erotic Letters attributed to Aristaenetus was probably written in the 6th century A.D. The letters depict various sexual liaisons; the protagonists are single, married, engaged in extra-marital affairs, in relationships with slaves or courtesans etc.
The focus of the research is on the overall representation of lovers’ sexuality. The author investigates which sex is more likely to show sexual interest, to seduce, to initiate foreplay or sexual activities and to create the opportunity for their achievement. The results are placed into a wider context by the comparison with gender relations in Alciphron’s, Aelian’s and Philostratus’ collections. The final goal of the paper is to point to (potential) differences in the representation of male and female sexual agency and sexuality in general throughout the literary subgenre from Alciphron to Aristaenetus.
Дијана Ѓоргиева и Зорица Стоилева
Легисакциската (граѓанската) судска постапка во античкиот Рим(25-36)
Легисакциската постапка претставувала најстара римска граѓанска судска постапка. Настанувањето на оваа постапка го означило почетокот на искоренувањето на самопомошта како облик за заштита на субјективните права и воспоставувањето на системот за заштита на приватните права од страна на државата. Легисакциската постапка како прва државно организирана судска постапка била усна, едностепена и формална. Како таква покажувала специфични особености во перидот на Кралството и Републиката во античкиот Рим.
Snežana Filipova
Notes on Benče manuscript and the Paleologan art inspiration(37-54)
Аntique allegoric figures are part of the renewed interest towards classicism in Palaeologan art. This is not so common to find in medieval illuminations coming from the region and the cultural centers of medieval Macedonia. The Four Gospels (Tetrevangelium) from the church of Holy Archangels in Benče, Makedonski Brod, discovered in 1988 is one of the rare examples of manuscripts that contain illuminations with renewed interest towards classicism. It is written in semi uncial script and contains 360 folios. Each Gospel is preceded by a full page masterly illumination of the corresponding Evangelist. Their style has been described as neo byzantine and Balkan style in the short descriptions accompanying the booklets regarding this manuscript. The colors used are light green, red, blue and light brown that resembles gold. Each evangelist has next to him the image of the muse, the inspiration represented as small female figure with a kind of shall making an arch above her head. The background is painted in yellowish-orange color. The architecture and the thrones follow the fashion of the late 13th and 14th centuries. St. John and his pupil resemble the saints depicted on the pendentives of Holy Archangels, Lesnovo. The wall behind St. Mark has light drawing of cat like-human face. The roof of one of the buildings in this illumination is semi barrel. The time when the manuscript was written is probably when archbishop Prochorus was the head of the Ohrid Archbishopric (ca.1525-1550).
Elena Džukeska
Multa multat (Pl. Rud. 20)(55-64)
The present article focuses on the 20-th verse of the prologue of Plautus'Rudens and in particular on the phrase multa multat. This obvious figura etymologica is analyzed as a more complex wordplay based on the double meaning of the word multa, as a form of the Latin word for "fine" and as a form of the adjective multus, "many, much". The semantic relations with the other words in the immediate context are also discussed, as well as the possible etymological connection between multa, "fine" and multus,"many, much". It is concluded that Plautus' play on the words multa, multō and multus is valuable not only as an early literary attestation of the word for "fine", but also as a possible evidence for its etymology.
Marcela Andoková
Demus pro spectaculis spectacula. The role of delectatio in Augustine's preaching activity(65-80)
In this article, I focus, first and foremost, on aesthetic or entertaining aspects of Augustine’s preaching activity. This aspect of his speech is, in fact, closely connected with delectare which, according to Cicero, constitutes one of the three major tasks of an orator. So my argumentation here is based on Augustine’s homiletic theory presented in Book IV of his De doctrina christiana. Against the background of some examples taken from his exegetical homilies and from his sermons I try to show that the entertaining function of Augustine’s words is in the service of his Christian teaching. The moderate style as a main source of delectatio is especially convenient when the preacher talks about things which his audience already know with the view of creating pleasure in talking about them. The advantage of this style is that even uneducated people can enjoy such embellished speech and might be also moved by it. To pursue this task Augustine gets use of several images among which the image of a theatre stands out. In order to lead his faithful away from theatrical performances he transforms his sermon into a Christisan show.
ПРЕВОДИ
Даниела Тошева-Николовска
Брачен договор од Римски Египет (P.OXY. X.1273)(81-89)
Овој текст претставува кратко претставување на брачните договори од Египет и превод на P.OXY. X.1273, еден од многуте предбрачни договори пронајдени во Оксиринх кон крајот на деветнаесеттиот век. Важноста на договорот се состои во тоа што припаѓа на периодот од средината на третиот век, за разлика од другите договори што се претежно од првиот или вториот век од н. е. Тоа значи дека договорот е направен во период кога сите слободни жители во Империјата имаат римско граѓанство, па според тоа треба да содржи елементи што се својствени за римското брачно право. Но, освен гентилните имиња Аврелии и стипулаторната формула, која е вообичаена во договорите, договорот во основа е грчки, не многу различен од оние во периодот на Птолемаидите.

Open Access Journal: Hiperboreea

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Hiperboreea
ISSN: 2284-5666
Hiperboreea (ISSN 2284–5666) is an online academic journal published biannually by the Balkan History Association. The journal publishes articles in the field of History, written in English, French, German or Italian, and book reviews, or evaluations of scholarly conferences. Our focus is the study of Southeastern Europe, broadly defined as the states situated in the Balkan region.
Without limiting its scope a specific historical period or approach, the journal covers a wide range of topics, such as Cultural History, Political History, Military History, Social History, Economic History and Archaeology, and encourages work on any historical period and pluri-disciplinary background.
Since its first publication in 2012, Hiperboreea has had a monthly periodicity from January 2012 to March 2013, a quarterly publication until the end of 2013, and, starting 2014, a biannual appearance.

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