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Open Access Journal: Kentro: The Newsletter of the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete

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Kentro: The Newsletter of the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete
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The INSTAP-SCEC Newsletter, published annually, is a marvelous way to keep up with events and happenings at the Center. This newsletter contains short articles on member projects, work conducted at the Center, and special features. It regularly offers scholars from the Center a forum for presenting their work.
Kentro Vol. 19 Fall 2016 | 2.13 mb
On Fish Bones, Seashells, Fisherman, and Seaside Living at Late Minoan IB Mochlos
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Kentro Vol. 18 Fall 2015 | 3.30 mb
The J.M. Kaplan Fund Gives Grants to the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete
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Kentro Vol. 17 Fall 2014 | 2.20 mb
The Excavation at Mesolithic Damnoni: Investigations of a New Culture on Crete
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Kentro Vol. 16 Fall 2013 | 5.20 mb
Archaeological And Archaeometric Approaches To The Study Of Byzantine Pottery From Crete
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Kentro Vol. 15 Fall 2012 | 8.07 mb
Differential GPS: A New Tool for the Kentros
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Kentro Vol. 12 Fall 2009 | 1.64 mb
Differential GPS: A New Tool for the Kentros
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Kentro Vol. 11 Fall 2008 | 1.92 mb
A Workshop for Dyeing Wool at Pefka near Pacheia Ammos
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Kentro Vol. 10 Winter 2007-2008 | 1.79 mb
The 2007 Archem Season
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Kentro Vol. 9 Fall 2006 | 3.3 mb
Ritual Killing at Mochlos
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Kentro Vol. 8 Fall 2005 | 2.81 mb
Excavation at Priniatikos Pyrgos, Istron, Mirabello 2005   
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Kentro Vol. 7 Fall 2004 | 3.63 mb
2004 Greek-American Excavations at Mochlos
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Kentro Vol. 6 Fall 2003 | 1.77 mb
4 Excavation Essays of 2003
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Kentro Vol. 5 Fall 2002 | 1.86 mb
2004 Greek-American Excavations at Mochlos
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Kentro Vol. 4 Fall 2001 | 1.73 mb
4 Excavation Essays of 2003
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Kentro Vol. 3 Fall 2000 | 2.07 mb
Message From the Director
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Kentro Vol. 2 Fall 1999 | 1.43 mb
Message From the Director
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Kentro Vol. 1.1 Spring 1998 | 1.38 mb
Message From the Director
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Kentro Vol. 1.2 Fall 1998 |1.32 mb
Message From the Director
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Open Access Journal: Peitho: Exa­mina Anti­qua

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 January 2013, updated 25 August 2018]

Peitho: Exa­mina Anti­qua
ISSN: 2082-7539
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PEITHO / Exa­mina Anti­qua is an inter­na­tio­nal jour­nal devo­ted to the inve­sti­ga­tion of ancient Greek, Roman and Byzan­tine tho­ught. Foun­ded in May 2010, the jour­nal is edi­ted by the Insti­tute of Phi­lo­so­phy at Adam Mic­kiewcz Uni­ver­sity in Poland.

PEITHO publi­shes rese­arch papers and short notes in the fields of phi­lo­so­phy, lite­ra­ture, history and lan­gu­age. The lan­gu­ages of publi­ca­tion are English, French, Ger­man, Ita­lian, Latin and Polish.

The deci­sion to esta­blish an inter­na­tio­nal scho­larly jour­nal for the study of ancient tho­ught and its recep­tion has been promp­ted by the desire to esta­blish a com­mon gro­und for a fru­it­ful exchange of views between various Hel­le­ni­sts and to sti­mu­late the debate on the ancient roots of our continent.

Evi­den­tly, Greek phi­lo­so­phy is one of the stron­gest foun­da­tions of Euro­pean cul­tu­ral iden­tity. Con­se­qu­en­tly, the jour­nal aims to show this immense intel­lec­tual heri­tage. While PEITHO focu­ses on reve­aling the ancient sour­ces of ideas that are fun­da­men­tal to modern Europe, the credo of the jour­nal is that without under­stan­ding the ori­gins of these ideas it is vir­tu­ally impos­si­ble to under­stand our con­ti­nent in its pre­sent shape.


Volume 1 (8) / 2017

Articles: Volume 1 (8) / 2017


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RYSZARD LEGUTKOTales z Miletu o wodzie



ANDRÉ MOTTEPrésence et figures de l’autre dans l’éthique de Démocrite



ALDO BRANCACCIOrthotes e diairesis dei nomi. La questione del metodo in Prodico

LIDIA PALUMBOL’anima, il triangolo e la virtù. Sulla figura del paragone implicito nel Menone di Platone

LAURA CANDIOTTOOn the Epistemic Value of Eros. The Relationship Between Socrates and Alcibiades

GERARDO RAMÍREZ VIDALPragmatic Rhetorical Principles in Isocrates
JAN WOLEŃSKIArystoteles i Tarski

GIOVANNA R. GIARDINARisposta a John Dudley su Aristotele, Physica 2.5, 196b17–21

MELINA G. MOUZALAAristotle’s Criticism of the Platonic Idea of the Good in Nicomachean Ethics 1.6

ALEKSANDRA MATHIESENRozum praktyczno-wytwórczy w Arystotelesowskiej koncepcji władz duszy
ANDRZEJ MARYNIARCZYK SDBZ dziejów słowa „substancja”

ANTONIETTA GOSTOLIΤὸ καλόν come criterio di giudizio per valutare l’innovazione (τὸ καινόν) nella teoria greca dell’educazione musicale. La musica ‘antica’ versus la ‘nuova’ musica in Ps. Plut. De musica

MARIA PROTOPAPAS-MARNELIÉrnest Renan et Marc-Aurèle : Sur la fin du monde antique

MAGDALENA JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYNMariana Wesołego grecka filozofia w Bizancjum

Volume 1 (7) / 2016

Articles: Volume 1 (7) / 2016


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MIKOŁAJ DOMARADZKIWieloznaczność orzekania w Topikach 1.15



ENRICO VOLPEStruttura e significato della critica di Aristotele agli eleati (Phy. I 2 – 3)



MAGDALENA JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYNArystotelesa zaginiony Sympozjon i O winopiciu. Treść ocalałych świadectw i fragmentów

BRYAN MADDOXOn the Motivations of a Skeptic, and Her Practice

APOSTOLOS N. STAVELASThe Aesthetics of Violence in the Case of Gaius Martius Coriolanus



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Volume 1 (6) / 2015

Articles: Volume 1 (6) / 2015

HANS JOACHIM KRÄMER 
Niepisana nauka Platona

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SALVATORE LAVECCHIA Agatologia del molteplice. Considerazioni sulla Dualità Indeterminata



CRISTIANA CASERTA Tιμι?τερα Libri, oggetti parlanti, onore e vergogna nel Fedro



MICHAIL MANTZANAS La réincarnation chez Platon et l’optique chrétienne
MARIAN WESOŁY Świadectwa niepisanej dialektyki Platona





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Volume 1 (5) / 2014

Articles: Volume 1 (5) / 2014


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MAGDALENA  JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYNJohn Italos Seen by Anna Komnene

MARIAN ANDRZEJ WESOŁY & MAGDALENA JAWORSKA-WOŁOSZYNPlethona Zapis praw







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KATELIS S. VIGLASByzantine Philosophy B’









Volume 1 (4) / 2013

Articles: Volume 1 (4) / 2013


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DIRK L. COUPRIE & RADIM KOČANDRLEAnaximander’s ‘Boundless Nature’


LUIGI VERO TARCAOpposizione e verità: l’enigmatica via di Parmenide









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ARTUR PACEWICZPitagoreizm wypaczony













Volume 1 (3) / 2012

Articles: Volume 1 (3) / 2012
ANDRÉ MOTTEL’ Art rhétorique d’Aristote, une œuvre pour notre temps?
GLEN KOEHNThe Archer and Aristotle’s Doctrine of the Mean
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MELINA G. MOUZALAAristotle’s Method of Understanding the First Principles of Natural Things in the Physics I.1   ARTUR PACEWICZZaginione pismo Arystotelesa O filozofii
VALERIO NAPOLILe denominazioni della Metafisica e della sua scienza nella filosofia tardoantica
GEORGES ARABATZIS




MARIAN WESOŁYΑΝΑΛΥΣΙΣ ΠΕΡΙ ΤΑ ΣΧΗΜΑΤΑ. Restoring Aristotle’s Lost Diagrams of the Syllogistic Figures 
DANILO FACCATra Ramo, Alessandro di Afrodisia e Averroè. Il commento di Francesco Vimercato (ca. 1512–ca. 1580) al libro XII della Metafisica di Aristotele






MARTIN F. MEYERAristoteles über die Psyche als Prinzip und Ursache des Lebens
HELENA CICHOCKAZ recepcji Retoryki Arystotelesa w Bizancjum






LAURA CANDIOTTOLa vita politica e la vita contemplativa nella concezione aristotelica della felicità




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GUGLIELMO RUIUUna nuova edizione democritea [ Walter Leszl, I primi atomisti, Firenze: Olschki, 2009, pp. LVIII-450, con CD-ROM. ]
MARIAN WESOŁYNiebywała  konfabulacja






ARTUR PACEWICZAhistoryczna wizja Platona i przedsokratyków?
MARIA PROTOPAPAS-MARNELIUne nouvelle approche de l’ésthétique d’Aristote

Volume 1 (2) / 2011

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Volume 1 (2) / 2011
GLEN KOEHNDivine Command and Socratic Piety in the Euthyphro
LIVIO ROSSETTIUn Socrate che non ascolta: per esempio nell’Eutifrone
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LAURA CANDIOTTOIl metodo adatto per Eutifrone: una calma distanza
RICCARDO DOTTORIHosion, eu dzen und dikaiousune in der Apologie des Sokrates und im Euthyphron
MICHAEL ERLER‘Plato Socraticus’ – Apologia Sokratesa i Eutyfron
MARIAN WESOŁY







MIKOŁAJ DOMARADZKIDefiance, Persuasion or Conformity? The Argument in Plato’s Apology and Crito
ARTUR PACEWICZEthical Dimension of Time in Plato’s Apology of Socrates






TOMASZ KUNIŃSKIPlatona Kriton. Wokół obywatelskiego nieposłuszeństwa  i politycznego zobowiązania
ANNA KELESSIDOUOskarżyciele Sokratersa






JOANNA KOMOROWSKAWhy Not Escape? On the Hosiotes in Plato’s Crito
DOROTA TYMURASocrates’ Philosophy as a Divine Service in Plato’s Apology






TOMASZ MRÓZSome Remarks on the Nineteenth Century Studies of the Euthyphro in Poland




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FULVIA DE LUISERipensare Socrate: note su alcuni studi recenti [ Livio Rossetti, Le dialogue socratique, Les Belles Lettres, Paris 2011 e Livio Rossetti, Alessandro Stavru (a cura di), Socratica 2008, Atti Convegno Napoli 2008, Le Rane, Levante, Bari 2011. ]
SŁAWOMIR TORBUSZ nowych badań nad dialogiem Sokratejskim [ Livio Rossetti, Le dialogue socratique, Éditions Les Belles Lettres, Paris 2011, ss. 296. ]






MARIAN WESOŁYZdekonstruować Metafizykę Arystotelesa [ Jan Bigaj, Zrozumieć metafizykę. Tom I: Rozszyfrowanie dzieła zwanego ‘Metafizyką’ Arystotelesa, Część 1: Bibliofilska kompilacja i jej skutki, Toruń 2004 (ss. 339); Część 2: Elementy składowe i ich pochodzenie. Księgi centralne, Toruń 2005 (ss. 516). 
SOFIA RANZATOCharisteria Livio Rossetti Oblata [ Il quinto secolo. Studi di filosofia antica in onore di Livio Rossetti. A cura di S. Giombini e F. Marcacci, Perugia 2010, ss. 752. ]

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Volume 1 (1) / 2010
LIVIO ROSSETTISocrate, questo sconosciuto
ARTUR PACEWICZTablica Kebesa jako przykład alegorycznej popularyzacji etyki w starożytności
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CHRISTOPH JEDANSokrates und die deliberative Demokratie. Zum sokratischen Politikverständnis in Platons Apologie, Kriton und Gorgias
GEORGE ARABATZISLe «montage» par Michel Psellos du commentaire d’Hermias sur le Phèdre de Platon
KOSTAS E. BEYSPrawny, filozoficzny, polityczny i religijny wymiar procesu i stracenia Sokratesa
KATELIS VIGLASZarys historyczny filozofii bizantyńskiej i jej podstawowe zagadnienia

THOMAS A. SZLEZÁKO zwykłej niechęci wobec agrapha dogmata
ANNA BIAŁASWokół sporu papieża i cesarza o władzę — Marsyliusza z Padwy Defensor pacis

IULIUS DOMAŃSKIΔΙΑ ΤΙ ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΩΤΕΡΟΝ ΚΑΙ ΣΠΟΥΔΑΙΟΤΕΡΟΝ ΠΟΙΗΣΙΣ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑΣ ΕΣΤΙΝ; In Aristotelis Poeticorum libellum adnotatiuncula




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FRANCESCA PENTASSUGLIOKolejny tom studiów nad Sokratesem [ L. Rossetti, A. Stavru (eds.), Socratica 2008. Studies in Ancient Socratic Literature, Bari 2010 ]
PAWEŁ BLEJADe Cicerone poeta — sine ira et studio [ K. Marciniak, Pro Cicerone poeta. Poezja Marka Tulliusza Cycerona na przestrzeni stuleci, Warszawa 2008 ]
MARIAN WESOŁYProtagoras wydobyty z Teajteta [ Z. Nerczuk, Miarą jest każdy z nas. Projekt zwolenników zmienności rzeczy w Platońskim „Teajtecie” na tle myśli sofistycznej, Toruń 2009 ]





Open Access Journal: Archäologie in Ägypten. Magazin des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Kairo / Archaeology in Egypt. Magazine of the German Archaeological Institute Cairo

Open Access Journal: The Waters of Rome: A refereed, on-line journal of occasional papers concerned with water studies and the city of Rome.

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 [First posted in AWOL 13 April 2013, updated 25 August 2018]

The Waters of Rome
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A refereed, on-line journal of occasional papers concerned with water studies and the city of Rome.
Authors are invited to submit articles on any aspect of the hydrological or hydraulic history of Rome from the prehistoric to the present day, to be considered for publication. Articles that investigate water and water infrastructure as a system (rather than examining an individual feature) within a social, cultural, or technological context are particularly welcome. Our interest is to stimulate discussion about water's role in urban development, especially within the context of issues of infrastructural and landscape urbanism studies. Every submission is reviewed by the editor and a minimum of two outside reviewers who are authorities drawn from the disciplines of history, classics, architecture, landscape architecture, archaeology, architectural and art history, and geography.
NUMBER TEN: APRIL 2016




NUMBER NINE: JANUARY 2016




NUMBER EIGHT: AUGUST 2015


NUMBER SEVEN: JULY 2011

NUMBER SIX: February 2009

NUMBER FIVE: April 2008

NUMBER FOUR: March 2007

NUMBER THREE: August 2005

NUMBER TWO: June 2002<

NUMBER ONE: May 2001

Ägyptologische "Binsen"-Weisheiten I – II : neue Forschungen und Methoden der Hieratistik ; Akten zweier Tagungen in Mainz im April 2011 und März 2013

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Ägyptologische "Binsen"-Weisheiten I – II : neue Forschungen und Methoden der Hieratistik ; Akten zweier Tagungen in Mainz im April 2011 und März 2013
Verhoeven-van Elsbergen, Ursula (Herausgeber)         

Stuttgart : Steiner. 489 S. (Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse / Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur in Mainz : Einzelveröffentlichung ; 14)
Erscheinungsjahr:    2015
ISBN / ISSN: 978-3-515-11127-0 ; 3-515-11127-1
URN: urn:nbn:de:hebis:77-publ-547544
Bemerkung: Zweitveröffentlichung der Verlagsausgabe; Verhoeven-van Elsbergen, Ursula veröffentlicht unter: Verhoeven, Ursula
 Das Hieratische, die kursive Form der Hieroglyphen, diente als Handschrift der Alten Ägypter und wurde über 3000 Jahre lang tagtäglich für vielfältige Zwecke verwendet. Nicht nur Verwaltungsangelegenheiten, sondern auch Texte der Literatur, Religion und Wissensgebiete wurden mit ihr notiert. Hieratisch schrieb man mit Tusche und Binsenstengeln (in römischer Zeit mit Rohrfedern) auf unterschiedlichste Textträger wie Papyri, Leinen, Leder, Holz oder Ostraka, aber auch auf Steinobjekten und Monumenten in der Form von Dipinti, Graffiti oder Inschriften. Die Auswertung der zahlreichen hieratischen Quellen stellt einen integralen Bestandteil der ägyptologischen Forschung dar. Die systematische Analyse der altägyptischen Kursivschriften, ihrer Schreibpraxis und paläographischen Details ist aber in weiten Teilen ein Desiderat des Faches. 

Zwei Tagungen in Mainz (2011 und 2013) hatten sich zum Ziel gesetzt, der Erforschung von Phänomenen und Problemen des Hieratischen als Schriftart neue Impulse zu geben. Der nun vorliegende Sammelband beinhaltet 17 Beiträge internationaler Spezialistinnen und Spezialisten zu Stand, Methoden und Perspektiven der Hieratistik als einem integralen Bestandteil der Ägyptologie. Die Autoren hinterfragen die entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Parallelen und Unterschiede zwischen den Schriftarten Monumentalhieroglyphen, Kursivhieroglyphen und Hieratisch, drei Aufsätze widmen sich auch dem spätzeitlichen Abnorm- oder Kursivhieratischen und römerzeitlichen Besonderheiten. Außerdem werden anhand von Quellen verschiedener Epochen regionale, gattungsbezogene und persönliche Spezifika sowie die hieratische Epigraphik und Papyrologie beleuchtet.

Inhalt

Vorwort 

I Einführung
VERHOEVEN, URSULA: Stand und Aufgaben der Erforschung des Hieratischen und der Kursivhieroglyphen

II Hieratisch im Verhältnis zu anderen Schriftarten 
HARING, BEN J. J.: Hieratic Drafts for Hieroglyphic Texts?
LÜSCHER, BARBARA: Kursivhieroglyphische Ostraka als Textvorlagen: Der (Glücks-)Fall TT 87
GRAEFE, ERHART: Über den parallelen Gebrauch von hieroglyphischen, kursivhieroglyphischen und hieratischen Schriftzeichen in Totentexten
WIMMER, STEFAN: Hieratisch mit Migrationshintergrund. Neue Quellen zu den hieratischen Elementen in der hebräischen Alphabetschrift

III Erforschung heterogener Quellengruppen
ALI, MOHAMED SHERIF: Das hieratische Schriftmaterial aus den Grabungen der Kairo Universität in Sakkara – Vorbericht
DORN, ANDREAS: Diachrone Veränderungen der Handschrift des Nekropolenschreibers Amunnacht, Sohn des Ipui
GASSE, ANNIE: Ostraca littéraires de Deir el-Medina conservés à l’IFAO. Du calame à l‘ordinateur

IV Hieratische Epigraphik vom Mittleren Reich bis zur Napatanischen Epoche
GASSE, ANNIE: L’hiératique dans les inscriptions du Moyen Empire au ouâdi Hammâmât: quelques remarques sur le règne de Sésostris II 
NAVRÁTILOVÁ, HANA: Records of Hieratic Graffiti in Dahshur and the Use of Graffiti in the Study of New Kingdom Hieratic 
LENZO, GIUSEPPINA: L’écriture hiératique en épigraphie à l’époque napatéenne

V Hieratische Papyrologie verschiedener Epochen
REGULSKI, ILONA: Papyrus Fragments from Asyut: A Paleographic Comparison
DEMARÉE, ROBERT J.: A Late New Kingdom Administrative Miscellany on the verso of a Magical Papyrus in the British Museum – Preliminary notes
VUILLEUMIER, SANDRINE: Un même propriétaire pour deux manuscrits? Paléographie du Papyrus Barcelone Palau-Rib. inv. 80

VI Spätformen des Hieratischen
DONKER VAN HEEL, KOENRAAD: Abnorm hieratic isn’t dead; it just smells funny 
VITTMANN, GÜNTER: Der Stand der Erforschung des Kursivhieratischen (und neue Texte)
QUACK, JOACHIM FRIEDRICH: Rohrfedertorheiten? Bemerkungen zum römerzeitlichen Hieratisch

Quellenindex (von MONIKA ZÖLLER-ENGELHARDT)

The Origins of Doha and Qatar

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The Origins of Doha and Qatar
بفضل منحة برنامج الأولويات الوطنية للبحث العلمي المقدمة من الصندوق القطري لرعاية البحث العلمي (عضو في مؤسسة قطرالتعليمية ) تكونَّ هذا الموقع الالكتروني بهذة الحُلة، (رقم المنحة) 010- 6 -421 -5
.جميع ما سيذكرهنا من تصريحات ترجع تحت مسؤولية مؤلفيها فقط
 أصول الدوحـة ” هواسم المشروع البحثي العلمي لجامعة كلية لندن قطرالمدعوم من قبل الصندوق القطري لرعاية البحث العلميوالذي يهدف إلى أستكشاف أساس النمو التاريخي للدوحة, وتحولها لمدينة حديثة, بما في ذلك التغيرات والتجارب التي طرأت على حياة مواطنيها , وذلك من خلال مجموعة من الدراسات الاثرية والبحوث التاريخية أضافةً للاستماع إلى شهادات الناس الشفهية , وسيتم خلال المشروع تطبيق تقنيات تحليلية تفصيلية للسجل الأثري للدوحة ومنطقة البـدع بأستخدام أفضل الممارسات العلمية الحالية في مجال البحوث والدراسات الأثرية
وتشمل أهداف المشروع البحثية المحددة: تتبع مدى التغيرات المادية والمنظور الحضري الذى طرأ على منطقة البــدع والدوحة عبر الفترات الزمنية, وذلك من خلال دراسة الخرائط الجغرافية, والصور الجوية, ودراسة طبقات الترسبات الأثرية . وسيتم  تجميع السجل التاريخي للدوحة ومنطقة البدع من خلال الرجوع للمصادرالعربية والاوربية على حد سواء فضلاً على شهادات الناس الشفهية
This website was made possible by NPRP grant no. 5-421-6-010 from the Qatar National Research Fund (a member of Qatar Foundation). The statements made herein are solely the responsibility of the authors.
The Origins of Doha and Qatar is a UCL Qatar research project, supported by the Qatar National Research Fund that explores the foundation and historic growth of Doha and other coastal cities through a combination of archaeological investigation, historical research and oral testimony. The project applies detailed analytical techniques to the archaeological record of Doha, Bidda’, Fuwairit, and other settlements according to current best practice in archaeological research.
Specific aims include tracing of the changing physical extent and urban configuration of coastal cities in Qatar through time, using historic maps, aerial photographs and the excavation of archaeological deposits. This is complimented by a compiling a comprehensive historical record of Qatar from both European and Arabic sources, as well as oral testimony.

VÉgA Vocabulaire de l’Égyptien Ancien - Vocabulary of Ancient Egyptian

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VÉgA Vocabulaire de l’Égyptien Ancien - Vocabulary of Ancient Egyptian
VÉgA makes it possible to model and present the evolving knowledge of ancient Egyptian by bringing together and cross-checking the words, where they have appeared, the references, their hieroglyphic forms, as well as creating links to a collection of records related to the texts in question. VÉgA is accessible using a simple web browser. There are no other installation requirements. Its interface was custom-created for the Egyptologists allowing them to easily and quickly create interactive notes. You are experiencing a problem? Contact us at contact@vega-vocabulaire-egyptien-ancien.fr

Open Access Journal: Heritage Turkey

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 [First posted in AWOL 3 February 2016, updated 26 August 2018]

Heritage Turkey
ISSN: 2045-3272


 Heritage Turkey 
Heritage Turkey is an annual, full-colour 'magazine-style' publication which contains reports on research supported by the BIAA. Short articles are written by project directors and scholars.

Correspondence, including requests for permission to reproduce material from Heritage Turkey (or its predecessor, Anatolian Archaeology), should be sent to the Editor, Gina Coulthard
Back-copies of Heritage Turkey are available at £10 per copy. Volumes 1-16 of Anatolian Archaeology (1995-2010) are available at £5 per copy.  Some volumes of the latter are out of print but available in electronic format. Please email the London office at biaa@britac.ac.uk to place an order
Heritage Turkey Online

Harley and Woodward's History of Cartography Online

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History of Cartography
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The first volume of the History of Cartography was published in 1987 and the three books that constitute Volume Two appeared over the following eleven years. In 1987 the worldwide web did not exist, and since 1998 book publishing has gone through a revolution in the production and dissemination of work. Although the large format and high quality image reproduction of the printed books (see right column) are still well-suited to the requirements for the publishing of maps, the online availability of material is a boon to scholars and map enthusiasts.

On this site the University of Chicago Press is pleased to present the first three volumes of the History of Cartography in PDF format. Navigate to the PDFs from the left column. Each chapter of each book is a single PDF. The search box on the left allows searching across the content of all the PDFs that make up the first six books.






eBethArké: The Syriac Digital Library

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eBethArké: The Syriac Digital Library
EBethArke : the Syriac Digital Library
Beth Mardutho seeks to promote the study and preservation of the Syriac heritage and language. The eBethArké digital library, a collaboration of Beth Mardutho and the Rutgers University Libraries, provides digital resources and tools for people to pursue the study of this ancient legacy globally. We aim to serve the academic community and the heirs of the heritage.
If you want to understand the roots of three of the world's major religions, read excerpts from classical literature in its earliest known translation, or just explore the literary heritage of the Fertile Crescent, a part of the world steeped in a rich and ancient tradition, eBethArké will make the treasures of this culture accessible to everyone.

Charaktêres: The Handbook and Analysis of Ancient Ritual Signs Project

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Charaktêres: The Handbook and Analysis of Ancient Ritual Signs Project 
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Kurzdarstellung
Zauberzeichen bilden eine formenreiche, bisher nicht gedeutete Gruppe antiker Zeichen, die ausschließlich in Kontexten der Interaktion mit höheren Mächten auftreten und als nicht lesbar oder kryptisch klassifiziert werden. Die frühesten Belege aus dem 1. Jh. n. Chr. sind in griechischer, kurz darauf in hebräischer und lateinischer Sprache aus Griechenland, Großbritannien und Frankreich überliefert, etwa gleichzeitig mit einer griechischen Ritualanleitung aus Ägypten, in der erstmals der antike Fachbegriff Charaktêres in Erscheinung tritt. Bereits im 2. Jh. ist die Verwendung von Zauberzeichen im gesamten Römischen Reich und in Verbindung mit griechischen, ägyptischen, römischen und jüdischen Elementen verbreitet. Seit dem 3. Jh. finden sich die Zeichen in demotischen und koptischen Texten und seit dem 4. Jh. in aramäischen.

A short history

The Charaktêres Project started in 2008, in 2010 I set up a blog to make the research progress available to everyone who is interested in the topic. I had always worked on the Charaktêres alongside my jobs. Now, in november 2016, I received a grant by the German Research Foundation which means I will be able to focus on the research full time. Thanks to this grant the Charaktêres Project will be situated at the University of Erfurt from January 2017 to December 2019.

Open Access Journal: Newsletter Settimanale del Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali

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[First posted in AWOL 2 August 2009. Updated (and links fixed) 28 August 2018] 

Newsletter Settimanale del Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali
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La Newsletter Settimanale viene trasmessa il venerdi pomeriggio e contiene la sintesi delle informazioni salienti pubblicate sul sito.
Per riceverla direttamente nella propria cassetta postale è necessario compilare il modulo on-line di iscrizione.
I tuoi dati saranno trattati elettronicanmente dalla nostra redazione ai sensi dell'art. 7 del D.Lgs 196/2003 potrai esercitare i relativi diritti fra cui cancellare direttamente i tuoi dati e contattare l'Ufficio Stampa del Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali. Pagina in allestimento destinata a contenere l'indice di Newsletter

Open Access Journal: Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter

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[First posted in AWOL  31 October 2009. Updated 20 August 2018]

Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter: A Publication of the Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee
This committee is composed of attorneys with an interest in the field of art, cultural heritage, and cultural property law and who work in a variety of settings, including private practice, museums, government, and academia. This area of law is concerned with both movable and immovable property of artistic, cultural, religious and historic interest. Topics recently considered by the committee include the 1970 UNESCO Convention and international trade in antiquities, underwater cultural heritage, art works stolen during the Holocaust, ratification of the 1954 Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, and the impact of war on the cultural heritage of Iraq. Within a diverse field with often sharply differing opinions, the committee endeavors to represent a variety of perspectives and welcomes all with an interest in this timely and fascinating subject.
Call for Articles!
A&CH Law Committee Spring 2018 Newsletter
A&CH Law Committee Summer 2017 Newsletter
A&CH Law Committee Spring 2017 Newsletter
A&CH Law Committee Winter 2017 Newsletter
A&CH Law Committee Fall 2016 Newsletter
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2017
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2016
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2015
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2014
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2013
A&CH Law Committee Year in Review 2012
Newsletters and Year in Review Archive

juxta: Compare, Collate, Discover

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juxta: Compare, Collate, Discover
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Juxta is an open-source tool for comparing and collating multiple witnesses to a single textual work. Originally designed to aid scholars and editors examine the history of a text from manuscript to print versions, Juxta offers a number of possibilities for humanities computing and textual scholarship.
As a standalone desktop application, Juxta allows users to complete many of the necessary operations of textual criticism on digital texts (TXT and XML). With this software, you can add or remove witnesses to a comparison set, switch the base text at will. Once you’ve collated a comparison, Juxta also offers several kinds of analytic visualizations. By default, it displays a heat map of all textual variants and allows the user to locate — at the level of any textual unit — all witness variations from the base text. Users can switch to a side by side collation view, which gives a split frame comparison of a base text with a witness text. A histogram of Juxta collations is particularly useful for long documents; this visualization displays the density of all variation from the base text and serves as a useful finding aid for specific variants.
The desktop version of Juxta also allows users to annotate Juxta-revealed comparisons and save the results, and can output a lemmatized schedule (in HTML format) of the textual variants in any set of comparisons. It can run on any modern Macintosh, Windows, or Unix computer with Java 1.5 installed.
Juxta has also been developed as a web service with a limited set of the features available in the desktop application. This web service can be integrated into a host site and controlled via a well-documented API. This web-service powers Juxta Commons, the destination site for using Juxta on the web. No download is necessary: simply upload or link to your sources and start collating! Screencasts and a user guide are available, and the R&D team would appreciate your feedback during this beta release.
The source code for Juxta is distributed under the Apache License and available on GitHub. There are separate public repositories for the desktop and web service versions of Juxta. There is a Google Groups forum for developers.

Antiochepedia = Musings Upon Ancient Antioch

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Antiochepedia = Musings Upon Ancient Antioch
Antioch on the Orontes (Greek: Αντιόχεια η επί Ορόντου; Latin: Antiochia ad Orontem) was one of the most important cities of the Graeco-roman period. The ancient city stood on the eastern side of the Orontes River. It is currently partly covered by the modern city of Antakya. It was founded in the 4th century BC by Seleucus I Nicator. Antioch eventually rivaled Alexandria as the chief city of the Near East and played a particularly strong role in the late Empire.


Kerameikos.org: defining the intellectual concepts of pottery

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[First posted in AWOL 20 October 2014, updated 28 August 2018]

Kerameikos.org
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Kerameikos.org is a collaborative project dedicated to defining the intellectual concepts of pottery following the tenets of linked open data and the formulation of an ontology for representing and sharing ceramic data across disparate data systems. While the project is focused primarily on the definition of concepts within Greek black- and red-figure pottery, Kerameikos.org is extensible toward the definition of concepts in other fields of pottery studies.
See the github account at https://github.com/kerameikos, which contains repositories for the RDF data and the publication framework. This framework could be applied to other linked data thesauri.

Open Access Journal: Studies in the Bible and Antiquity

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 [First posted in AWOL 11 May 2011. Updated 29 August 2018]

Studies in the Bible and Antiquity
ISSN 2151-7800
ISSN: 2168-3166 (online)
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Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, Brigham Young University. 
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to promoting understanding of the history, meaning, and significance of the Bible and other ancient texts An article must present a clear, original thesis or key proposition that sheds new light on these texts.

Current Issue - vol. 8 (2016)


Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 7 (2015)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 6 (2014)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 5 (2013)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 4 (2012)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 3 (2011)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 2 (2010)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity vol. 1 (2009)

Open Access Monograph Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications (OIMP)

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[First posted in AWOL 30 March 2016, updated 29 August 2018]

Oriental Institute Museum Publications (OIMP)
​The Oriental Institute Museum is a world-renowned showcase for the history, art, and archaeology of the ancient Near East. The museum displays objects recovered by Oriental Institute excavations in permanent galleries devoted to ancient Egypt, Nubia, Persia, Mesopotamia, Syria, Anatolia, and the ancient site of Megiddo, as well as rotating special exhibits.

For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:

Open Access Journal: LEXIS: Rivista di poetica, retorica e comunicazione nella tradizione classica

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[First listed in AWOL 4 November 2009. Updated 29 August 2018]

LEXIS: Rivista di poetica, retorica e comunicazione nella tradizione classica
LEXIS. Poetica, retorica e comunicazione nella tradizione classica
Dalla sua costituzione, avvenuta nel 1988, LEXIS dichiara i propri campi d’interesse e finalità di studio nel sottotitolo in frontespizio: Poetica, retorica e comunicazione nella tradizione classica.
Un’attenzione particolare si è data, nella fase iniziale, alla critica del testo intesa come ermeneutica della tradizione antica e moderna.


La rivista si è progressivamente aperta a contributi di carattere letterario e storico-filosofico in riferimento al mondo antico.


LEXIS figura tra le riviste di carattere scientifico a cui è riconosciuta la classe A nella lista di valutazione pubblicata dall’ANVUR (Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca). È inoltre censita dalla banca dati internazionale Scopus-Elsevier, mentre è in corso la procedura di valutazione da parte della banca dati internazionale Web of Science-ISI...
All [of vol. 1 (2988) - 34 (2016)] but the most recent volume are online. The most recent online volumes is:

LEXIS 33.2015

Sommario
P.J. Finglass, Martin Litchfield West, OM, FBA, p. 1V. Citti, Carles Miralles, filologo e poeta, p. 5M. Lamé – G. Sarrullo et al., Technology & Tradition: A Synergic Approach to Deciphering, Analyzing and Annotating Epigraphic Writings, p. 9P. Verzina, Le Horai in Cypria fr. 4 Bernabé, p.31P. Mureddu, Quando l’epos diventa maniera: lo Scudo di Eracle pseudo-esiodeo, p. 57F. Stama, Il riscatto del corpo di Ettore: una rivisitazione mercantesca in Eschilo, p. 71A. Caramico, Ψυχῆς εὐτλήμονι δόξηι: esegesi del v. 28 dei Persiani di Eschilo, p. 80C. Miralles (†), Quattro note alle Supplici di Eschilo: vv. 176-523, 291-323, 249, 346, p. 92 L. Lomiento, Eschilo Supplici 825-910. Testo, colometria e osservazioni sulla struttura strofica, p. 109C. Garriga, ‘Le droit se déplace’:Paul Mazon e Aesch. Ch. 308, p. 127A. Taddei, Ifigenia e il Coro nella Ifigenia tra i Tauri. Destini rituali incrociati, p. 150P. Brillet-Dubois, A Competition of ‘choregoi’  in Euripides Trojan Women. Dramatic Structure and Intertextuality, p. 168S. Novelli, Nota a Eur. Tro. 361, p. 181V. Melis, Eur. Hel. 286: un nuovo contributo esegetico, p. 183F. Lupi, Alcune congetture inedite di L.C. Valckenaer e J. Pierson sui frammenti dei tragici greci, p. 195A.T. Cozzoli, Un dialogo tra poeti: Apollonio Rodio e Teocrito, p. 218S. Bär, What’s in a μή? On a Polysemous Negative in Call. Aet. fr. 1.25, p. 241M. Massaro, Operis labor: la questione critico-esegetica in Plaut. Amph. 170 e lo sfogo di uno schiavo, p. 245E. Santamato, Imitare per comunicare: Coriolano e Romolo in Dionigi diAlicarnasso, p. 254G. Longo, Ecfrasi e declamazioni ‘sbagliate’. Pseudo-Dionigi di Alicarnasso Sugli errori che si commettono nelle declamazioni 17, p. 282A. Bonadeo, Sulle tracce di un’incipiente riflessione metapoetica: l’elegia 1.2 di Properzio, p. 301R. Dimundo, L’episodio di Semele nelle Metamorfosi di Ovidio: una proposta di lettura, p. 320S. Saïd, Athens as a City Setting in the Athenian Lives, p. 342L. Pasetti, L’arte di ingiuriare: stilistica e retorica dell’insulto in Apuleio, p. 363M. Deriu, Prosimetrum, impresa e personaggi satirici nei Contemplantes di Luciano di Samosata, p. 400F. Vettorello, I Saturnalia di Luciano. Struttura e contesti, p. 417F.R. Nocchi, ‘Divertissements’ dotti e inimicizie virtuali: il lusus in nomine negli Epigrammata Bobiensia, p. 432S. Arrigoni, Per una rassegna di hemistichia e uersus enniani nel commento di Servio a Virgilio, p. 453A. Franceschini, Lessico e motivi tradizionali in un epigramma cristiano, p. 477T. Reiser, Lexical Notes to Francesco Colonna’s Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499) – Cruces, Contradictions, Contributions, p. 490
RECENSIONIG. Colesanti – M. Giordano (ed. by), Submerged Literature in Ancient Greek Culture. An Introduction (L. Carrara), p. 527L. Andreatta, Il verso docmiaco. Fonti e interpretazioni (E. Cerbo), p. 532M.A. Widzisz, Chronos on the Threshold. Time, Ritual, and Agency in the Oresteia (C. Lucci), p. 536L’indovino Poliido. Eschilo, Le Cretesi. Sofocle, Manteis. Euripide, Poliido, edizione a cura di Laura Carrara (L. Ozbek), p. 549E. Csapo – H. Rupprecht Goette – J.R. Green – P. Wilson (ed. by), Greek Theatre in the Fourth Century B.C. (A. Candio), p. 557M.F. Di Bari, Scene finali di Aristofane. Cavalieri Nuvole Tesmoforiazuse (M. Napolitano), p. 559C. Capuccino, ΑΡΧΗ ΛΟΓΟΥ: Sui proemi platonici e il loro significato filosofico, presentazione di Mario Vegetti (S. Nannini), p. 568W. den Hollander, Flavius Josephus, the Emperors and the City of Rome (A. Pistellato), p. 577F. Mestre, Three Centuries of Greek Culture under the Roman Empire. Homo Romanus Graeca oratione (D. Campanile), p. 582Carmina Latina Epigraphica Africarum provinciarum post Buechelerianam collectionem editam reperta cognita (CLEAfr), collegit, praefatus est, edidit, commentariolo instruxit Paulus Cugusi adiuvante Maria Theresia Sblendorio Cugusi (A. Pistellato), p. 587S. Cerasuolo – M.L. Chirico – S. Cannavale – C. Pepe – N. Rampazzo (a cura di), La tradizione classica e l’Unità d’Italia (C. Franco), p. 592W. Marx, La tomba di Edipo. Per una tragedia senza tragico, traduzione di A. Candio (M. Natale), p. 594

Glossary of Common Latin Terms Found in Imprints of Early Printed Books