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Jerrold S. Cooper: Publications Online

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Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage: Electronic Edition

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Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage: Electronic Edition
https://gedsh.bethmardutho.org/$app-root/resources/img/egedsh-banner.png 
e-GEDSH is an electronic version of the 2011 edition of the Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage, published by Gorgias Press on behalf of the Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute. e-GEDSH is the result of the collaborative efforts of many scholars. The encyclopedia currently holds 622 entries written by 76 contributors. This digital edition is implemented on the Srophé App platform using TEI XML, eXist-db, and linked open data technologies.

General Editor


George Anton Kiraz, Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute

Print Edition Editors


Sebastian P. Brock, University of Oxford
Aaron M. Butts, The Catholic University of America
George Anton Kiraz, Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute
Lucas Van Rompay, Duke University

Digital Edition Technical Editors


David A. Michelson, Vanderbilt University
Ute Possekel, Harvard University
Daniel L. Schwartz, Texas A&M University

Senior Programmer


Winona Salesky

Senior Advisor


Peter R. L. Brown, Princeton University

Front Matter



Entries



Back Matter



Printed Edition


Open Access Journal: Ephemeris

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Ephemeris is published twice a year and seeks to offer an opportunity for those students interested in Classical studies to publish their work in an undergraduate forum.
Ephemeris was the first intercollegiate journal of its kind and promotes the coming together of history, literature, philosophy, religion, art, and architecture in a way that is both analytical and creative. As is an objective of Classical Studies departments, Ephemeris fosters an attitude about and an appreciation for criticism and interpretation of the Classical civilizations. It is our hope that students, faculty and staff continue to be inspired by these ancient societies. 
Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).

Open Access Journal: Journal of Egyptian Archaeology

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30 August 2018:  The EEF E-Journals and Digitized Paper Periodicals (Egyptology) page has assembled links to all volume of the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology available via the Internet Archive. Go to the link above and search for JEA.

21 August 2018: This is no longer online and it is imperfectly harvested in the Internet Archive. I will leave the links for the sake of the record.


Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
ISSN: 0307-5133
http://www.asi.nic.in/images/asi_logo_b.jpg
Volumes digitized at the Central Archaeological Library, Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.2 (26511)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 362
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1915
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.3 (26512)

Author(s)
:
Language
: English
Pages 
: 397
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1916
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.4 (26513)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 426
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1917
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.5 (26514)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 410
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1918
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.6 (26515)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 395
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1920
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology vol.18 (26527)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 264
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1932
Subject
: Archeology, Egypt; Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History; Egypt, History, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.28 (40583)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 106
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1942
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.29 (40584)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 104
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1943
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.30 (40585)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 106
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1944
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.31 (40586)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 154
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1945
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.32 (40587)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 156
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1946
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.33 (40588)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 150
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1947
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.34 (40589)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 172
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1948
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.36 (40591)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 154
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1950
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Vol_37 (40592)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 150
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1951
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.39 (40594)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 156
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1953
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.40 (40595)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 166
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1954
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.42 (40597)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 158
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1956
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.44 (40599)

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Language
: English
Pages 
: 181
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1958
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.45 (40600)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 148
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1959
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Journal of Egyptian archaeology vol.46 (40601)

Author(s)
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Language
: English
Pages 
: 176
Published by
: The Egypt Exploration Fund;  London; 1960
Subject
: Egypt, Antiquities; Egypt, History, Periodicals; Archeology, Egypt, Periodicals
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Open Access Journal: Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES

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[First posted in AWOL 29 June 2017, updates 31 August 2018]

Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES
ISSN: 1214-3189
ISSN: 1801-3899
Prague Egyptological Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal produced biannually by the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts at the Charles University. The Czech version of the journal is published regularly since 2002 and informs the Czech and Slovak audience about the current research in Egypt and Sudan.
Starting in 2015, an English edition focusing on the Third Millennium BC, has been published annually. The English edition of the journal concentrates on studies in the history, archaeology, architecture, religion, language and art of the Third Millennium BC Egypt, with the hope of becoming one of the key scholarly journals for this period. In addition to the main archaeological emphasis, we also welcome primary studies focusing on the wider interdisciplinary scope of Egyptology, such as North-African environmental archaeology, archaeozoology and archaeobotany, as well as new research in applied sciences. From 2017, the journal shall also include book reviews concerning recently published monographs in the above-mentioned fields.
The English edition of the journal shall focus on publishing relevant excavation reports and, at the same time, will aim to publish excellent, primary-research studies focusing on selected problems connected with archaeology and interdisciplinary aspects of the Third Millennium BC Egypt. The first English edition was published in 2015 (no. XV), followed by the second one in 2016 (no. XVII). The third English edition is planned for year 2017 (no. XIX).
In 2016, the journal was enhanced from the point of its graphic forms and equipped with a limited amount of colour plates in order to publish select photos and visualisations whose value would be lost in black-and-white colour.
2018 (2)
    ZPRÁVY
    Další šachtová hrobka v Abúsíru – zatím více otázek než odpovědí (Jarní sezóna 2017 v prostoru velkých šachtových hrobek z poloviny 1. tisíciletí př. Kr. v západním Abúsíru)(Ladislav Bareš – Dana Bělohoubková – Renata Landgráfová – Květa Smoláriková), p. 3-11

    Hrobka muže bez tváře. Předběžná zpráva o výzkumu hrobky Anchirese (AS 98), inspektora kadeřníků královského paláce(Veronika Dulíková – Miroslav Bárta – Martin Odler – Marie Peterková Hlouchová) p. 12-26

    Čtyři domy z města mrtvých. Předběžná zpráva o výzkumu komplexu hrobek AS 103 pod chrámem z Nové říše v jižním Abúsíru(Martin Odler – Marie Peterková Hlouchová – Petra Havelková), p. 27-34

    Výzkum pravěkého osídlení v pohoří Sabaloka v centrálním Súdánu: poznatky z výzkumné sezóny 2017(Lenka Varadzinová – Ladislav Varadzin – Katarína Kapustka – Jan Pacina) p. 35-45

    ČLÁNKY
    Vláda panovníka Niuserrea: období transformace(Veronika Dulíková), p. 46-56

    Nové mýty o starých bozích. Ze stěn pohřební komory kněze Iufay(Renata Landgráfová – Diana Míčková), p. 57-70

    Setne Chamvaset – nezvedený syn faraona Vesermaatrea?(Renata Landgráfová – Diana Míčková), p. 71-78

    Egyptologie na internetu(Martin Odler), p. 79-91

    Chronologické členění dějin starého Egyptap. 92

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    Jericho off the Record - Films

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    The NPAPH project team together with students of the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht have created two short films about the excavations at Tell es-Sultan in the 1950s. Both films are based on records gathered by Jericho off the Record.
    The photos, slides, 16mm film, diaries, letters and interviews with former participants provide an insight into life at the dig. One of the films describes the experience through the eyes of staff members who mainly came from Western Europe and North America. The other film is form the perspective of local labourers who lived in Jericho or in the nearby refugee camp.
    All events, views and opinions expressed in the films are based on real events and are informed by records gathered by NPAPH.

    Beth Mardutho: eBethArké Digital Collection

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    Beth Mardutho: eBethArké Digital Collection
    Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute [www.bethmardutho.org] seeks to promote the study and preservation of the Syriac heritage and language, and to facilitate opportunities for people to pursue the study of this ancient legacy globally. The eBethArké (Syriac for “digital library”) project was envisaged by George A. Kiraz in 2000 to become an open-access online library of Syriac books and material on Syriac studies. Beth Mardutho quickly partnered with Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS), The Catholic University of America, Duke University and Brigham Young University and began scanning books. In summer of 2018, PTS installed Internet Archive’s table top scribe system at Beth Mardutho to digitize George A. Kiraz’s private collection and other public domain texts at the Beth Mardutho Research Library for Internet Archive and Theological Commons.

    Catalog of Robert McCabe's permanent exhibition at the Consulate General of Greece in Boston

    The Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs project (NPAPH)

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    The Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs project (NPAPH)
    NPAPH Project
    The Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs project has the aim to preserve non-professional documentation of archaeological campaigns – prior to the 1980s – to the future and make it accessible to the public via digital archives. Furthermore, the project pleads for an international collaboration between archaeological institutions in order to connect these digital archives and bring them under the attention of the public by the use of this website.
    The term ‘non-professional’ refers to records made by visitors or participants of excavations who were not part of the trained staff, but who assisted as part of their continuing education or out of interest, for instance students, volunteers, reporters or sponsors. Secondly, this category of documentation includes also the private photos, slides or films made at the excavation by the archaeological staff.

    Open Access Journal: Gorffennol: The Swansea University History and Classics Online Journal and Blog

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    [First posted in AWOL 21 July 2016, updated 2 September 2018 (new URLs)]

    Gorffennol: The Swansea University History and Classics Online Journal and Blog
    Gorffennol
    Gorffennol is the Welsh word for ‘past’, and is the name of the online student journal of the History Department at Swansea University. It is run by an editorial team consisting of nine students and one member of staff from the Department, producing a yearly journal as well as ad hoc blog posts.
    The student-led online journal will be published annually, showcasing articles from postgraduate historians as well as outstanding student assignments from the medieval, early modern, and modern periods. This journal will not only display excellent post- and undergraduate work, but also help our students increase their employability by providing them with editorial experience.
    Regular blog posts by students and staff will include short articles on historical topics, module-specific research, and posts showing students’ experiences of modules in our Department.
    The editorial team are being guided by Dr Charlie Rozier as supporting lecturer and Amy Megson as Chief Editor.
    Latest Issue
    Archived Issues

    List of Open Access Student Journals

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     [First posted in AWOL 17 October, 2013, updated 2 September 2018]

    This is a list of the Antiquity focused open access student journals I know about. I am sure there are more, please comment and let me know what I have missed.

    45 titles to date.

                Open Access Monograph Series: Trismegistos Online Publications (TOP)

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                [First posted in AWOL 18 July 2014, updated 2 September 2018]

                Trismegistos Online Publications (TOP)
                This series, edited by W. Clarysse (K.U.Leuven), M. Depauw (K.U.Leuven), and formerly also the late H.J. Thissen (Universität zu Köln), aims to provide freely downloadable pdf-documents with scholarly tools based upon or providing links to the Trismegistos database.
                Contributors can send in manuscripts in Word format to mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be. The editors will decide whether the manuscript fits in the series and can be accepted for reviewing. An anonymous version of the manuscript will then be sent to two or more peers for evaluation. On the basis of their report the editors will take a decision whether to publish it in the series or not. Authors will be given the anonymous notes of the reviewers and can be asked to implement changes to their manuscript.

                TOP 1 (Click to download)
                M. Depauw, C. Arlt, M. Elebaut, A. Georgila, S.A. Gülden, H. Knuf, J. Moje, F. Naether, H. Verreth, S. Bronischewski, B. Derichs, S. Eslah, M. Kromer
                A Chronological Survey of Precisely Dated Demotic and Abnormal Hieratic Sources
                Version 1.0 (February 2007), Köln / Leuven 2008, xiii, 232 pp.
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-04


                TOP 2 (Click to download)
                H. Verreth
                A survey of toponyms in Egypt in the Graeco-Roman period
                Version 2.0 (July 2013), Köln / Leuven 2013, 1253 pp. (12 Mb).
                ISBN: To be determined (Version 1.0: 978-9-490604-0-35)
                (The old version 1.0, from September 2008, is still available as well: click here to download in pdf).


                TOP 3 (Click to download)
                H. Verreth
                The provenance of Egyptian documents from the 8th century BC till the 8th century AD
                Version 1.0 (August 2009), Köln / Leuven 2009, 314 pp. (13.3 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-28


                TOP 4 (Click to download)
                A. Benaissa
                Rural Settlements of the Oxyrhynchite Nome. A Papyrological Survey
                Version 2.0 (May 2012), Köln / Leuven 2012, 496 pp. (8.4 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-42
                (The old version 1.0, from October 2009, is still available as well: click here to download in pdf).


                TOP 5 (Click to download)
                H. Verreth
                Toponyms in Demotic and Abnormal Hieratic texts from the 8th century BC till the 5th century AD
                Version 1.0 (August 2011), Köln / Leuven 2011, 719 pp. (9.6 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-66


                TOP 6 (Click to download)
                K.A. Worp
                A New Survey of Greek, Coptic, Demotic and Latin Tabulae Preserved from Classical Antiquity
                Version 1.0 (February 2012), Leiden / Leuven 2012, 78 pp. (0.6 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-59


                TOP 7 (Click to download)
                J. Lundon
                The Scholia Minora in Homerum. An Alphabetical List
                Version 1.0 (November 2012), Köln / Leuven 2012, 250 pp. (2.0 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-94-9060-407-3


                TOP 8 (Click to download)
                Y. Broux
                Double Names in Roman Egypt: A Prosopography
                Version 1.0 (January 2015), Leuven 2015, ix & 357 pp. (2.3 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-94-9060-408-0


                Trismegistos Online Publications Special Series (TOP SS)

                Often a PhD thesis for some reason cannot be published immediately. In the years that follow, the authors do not find the time to revise the manuscript as they wanted. This in turn causes problems because new literature appears or the evidence of new sources needs to be incorporated. As a result, the manuscript often remains unpublished and the valuable insights risk to be inaccessible and thus lost for scholarship.
                To prevent this, Trismegistos Online Publications have decided to open up a new 'Special Series', where valuable PhD theses or other scholarly manuscripts can be published with an ISBN number.
                Contributors can send in manuscripts in Word or PDF format to mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be. The editor will consult experts about the quality of the manuscript without taking into account whether it is abreast of recent scholarly literature or developments.

                TOP SS 1 (Click to download)
                K. Geens
                Panopolis, a Nome Capital in Egypt in the Roman and Byzantine Period (ca. AD 200-600)
                Leuven 2014 [= Diss. Leuven 2007], xiii & 578 pp. (28.4 Mb).
                ISBN: 978-94-9060-409-7


                The TOP Special Series was created in 2014. Earlier manuscripts that have been made available in a similar way can be found below.
                J. France
                Theadelpheia and Euhemereia. Village History in Graeco-Roman Egypt
                Leuven, 1999 (Click here; WARNING: large file 55 Mb !! ).
                [Unpublished PhD thesis]


                K. Vandorpe
                Egyptische geografische elementen in Griekse transcriptie
                In Dutch - (English title for reference only: Egyptian geographical elements in Greek transcription)
                Leuven, 1988 (Click here; ZIP-file; after decompressing, you will get a folder containing the text itself - which has been split up in 2 parts – and an index to the text. All files are searchable PDF's. WARNING: large file 95,8 Mb !! ).
                [Unpublished Master thesis, in Dutch]
                 

                H. Verreth
                The northern Sinai from the 7th century BC till the 7th century AD. A guide to the sources
                Leuven, 2006 (Click here).
                ISBN: 978-9-490604-0-11
                To open the pdf files, your computer has to have a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Some other applications can open pdf files as well, such as Preview on Mac OS X; however; the links in the pdf to the online database may not work in other applications (earlier versions of Preview e.g. do not recognize the links - this seems to have been fixed in Mac OS X 10.6 though).

                Roman Open Data

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                Roman Open Data
                http://www.romanopendata.eu/images/epnet-home.fc0a9c95.jpg
                A Data Visualization & Exploratory interface built in the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant Project EPNet, to foster the exploration of one of the richest database for amphorae and epigraphy, promoting the Open Science principles and practices in the context of Digital Humanities.
                Explore both epigraphies and amphoras from the database of CEIPAC, one of the most precise archaeological and historical semantic markers available from the Roman Empire trading system.
                Look for inscriptions that match your text search or use advanced search capabilities to perform complex searches, using multiples filters regarding epigraphic properties and bibliographic authoring.
                Compare your searches by having your results displayed together through different linked views.

                Open Access Journal: Nekhen News

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                 [Originally posted 7/26/10, updated 2 September 2018].

                Nekhen News
                http://www.hierakonpolis-online.org/templates/hk1aart3_3_cols/images/header-object.png
                Download and read back issues of Nekhen News, the Hierakonpolis Expedition's newsletter, in PDF format - which is accessible by using Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is free to download).
                The earliest of these Nekhen News editions are truly archaeological documents in their own right, and you can read how the excavations at Hierakonpolis took shape, as well as see how we developed our 'Friends' organisation.

                Nekhen News Fall 1985 vol I.1 (0.3MB)
                The first ever edition of our 'ground-breaking' reports of work on site.

                Nekhen News, June 1986 vol 2.1 & 2.2 (0.7 MB)The Hierakonpolis Expedition discovers Egypt's oldest temple, the lure of potsherds and mystery petroglyphs.
                Nekhen News, Winter 1986 vol 3.1 (0.7 MB)
                'The First Egyptians', Predynastic Lapis Lazuli and 'Excavating Old Archaeologists'.

                Nekhen News, Fall 1987 vol 3.2 (1.0 MB)
                The Truth about Narmer, Pathways to the Past and Plans for the Hierakonpolis Expedition Center.

                Nekhen News, Winter 1987 vol 4.1 (1.0 MB)
                HK-64 reveals a well-kept secret; Beads, Borers & Bifaces; Shadows of the Past - The Compound Wall completed.

                Nekhen News, Summer 1988 vol 4.2 (1.0 MB)
                An archaeologist reconstructs his Past; Mapping Hierakonpolis; Fish stories and Tall Tails.

                Nekhen News, Fall 1988 vol 4.3 (0.9 MB)
                Details of the start of the 1988-89 season; The first Egyptians; New light on ancient yeast; and updates about the excavations on site.

                Nekhen News, Spring 1989 vol 5.1 (0.9 MB)
                Hierakonpolis comes to Beverly Hills; Zooarchaeology at Hierakonpolis; an engineer's view of Hierakonpolis.

                Nekhen News, Fall 1990 vol 6 (1.3 MB)
                In Memoriam to Michael Hoffman - remembering a friend and colleague.

                (There was no volume 7 of Nekhen News)

                Nekhen News, Fall 1996 vol 8 (1.5 MB)
                We're back! Pharaonic rock art; Dig-house update; human remains at HK43; Elephants, hippopotami and pigs; Hierakonpolis in Dublin.

                Nekhen News, Fall 1997 vol 9 (1.6 MB)
                Read about the first mummies, excavations at the Predynastic cemetery HK43, the plant macro remains at HK43, the conservation of the Old Kingdom and Second Intermediate period tombs, the Hierakonpolis Centenary, and more! Now in full color!

                Nekhen News, Fall 1998 vol 10 (1.5 MB)
                Read about 100 years of discovery at Hierakonpolis, discoveries at the Elite Cemetery (HK6), excavations at the Predynastic cemetery HK43, giraffes in ancient Egypt, archaeobotanical studies at HK43, the continuing conservation of the Old Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period tombs, Hierakonpolis at the Cairo Museum, and much more! The first edition in color!

                Nekhen News, Fall 1999 vol 11 (2.6 MB)
                Learn about the exciting new discoveries at the Elite Cemetery (HK6), the investigation of the Fort of Khasekhemwy, the geophysical survey of Hierakonpolis, the lower Second Intermediate Periods tombs, the artists at the tomb of Hormose, conservation at the tomb of Djehuty, the Painted Tomb at Hierakonpolis, and more!

                Nekhen News, Fall 2000 vol 12 (2.8 MB)
                Read about perspectives on the Elite Cemetery (HK6) finds, the analysis of the human remains from HK43 and HK6, the exciting excavations at HK11, Hierakonpolis' chipped stone animal finds, lithic analysis from Dr. Michael Hoffman's excavations at 10N5W, the plant remains from HK43, mapping the Fort of Khasekhemwy, and the ongoing work at the Old Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period tombs.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2001 vol 13 (1.9 MB)
                The Season of Surprises. Locality 6:amazing revelations, The home of the giant catfish, Buried in her bark pyjamas, Excavating in the Nubian cemeteries, Adornment circa 1700BC.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2002 vol 14 (3.0 MB)
                A memoriam issue to Barbara Adams, former co-director of excavations on site. Ma'asalama Mudira, Barbara and the boxes in Brussels, Funerary Textiles of the rich and poor, Saving the Fort, Return to the temple, Barbara Adams-a reminiscence.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2003 vol 15 (4.1 MB)
                Return to the Temple: Excavations at HK29A, Excavating an elephant, The case of the curious cones, A basket of delights: The 2003 Excavations at HK43.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2004 vol 16 (4.4 MB)
                Farewell to HK43, Searching for temple walls, Predynastic kilns at HK11C, Close encounters with HK Potters, Nobody can eat 30 eggs.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2005 vol 17 (3.5 MB)
                Exceeding Expectations, Excavating Egypt's earliest kings, Lifestyles of the Hierakonpolis rich and famous, Finding Lost Souls, Monuments in Mud, Fort within a Fort.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2006 vol 18 (4.4 MB)
                The Fort Fixers, It's the pits!, An enigmatic bird from HK25, When is a tomb not a tomb? A Scorpion for Eternity, Mapping Hierakonpolis, The Forgotten Potter of Horemkhawef, Pillow Talk, and much more besides...

                Nekhen News, Fall 2007 vol 19 (5.2 MB)
                A New Pillared Hall at HK6, The Falcon has landed: Falcons in "the City of the Falcons", headless at Hierakonpolis, Beer After Sheep? HK11C Squares A6-A7 in 2007, Mouse Patrol II.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2008 vol 20 (3.3 MB)
                A new piece of the puzzle, Grand Design in the Sacred Compound, Return to the Temple and Workshop, The Fort under Siege, Khasekhemwy's Cat...

                Nekhen News, Fall 2009 vol 21 (4.4 MB)
                A Tour of the Palace, Elephant hunting at Hierakonpolis, The Tale of Tomb 30, The Earliest Green Monkey in the Nile Valley, Into the Breach: Fixing the Fort in 2009. 
                 

                Nekhen News, Fall 2010 vol 22 (9.0 MB)Further Adventures at HK6, Seeds of Destruction, Back to Magnetometry: Survey 2010, The Watercolours of Frederick William Green, Fort Finale: Phase One Finished. 
                Nekhen News, Fall 2011 vol 23 (6.2 MB)Meet the Flintstones, A Hartebeest and its handler, Dog Days: Tomb 48, Focus on Flint: Artisans of the Elite Cemetery, Up against the Walls at HK11C.  
                Nekhen News, Fall 2012 vol 24 (2.5 MB)A Harvest of potatoes, Lure of the Leopard at HK6, The Wadi of the Elephant, The Lady in Red, Sun Worship at Hierakonpolis, Death on the Nile.

                Nekhen News, Fall 2013 vol 25 (3.0 MB)
                New Kid on the Block, Rocking at Hierakonpolis in 2013, Rendering the Space-Time Contiuum at HK6, Through the Microscope: Messages from the Grave, The Horned Quadruped Conundrum, Farewell Old Friend.


                Nekhen News, Fall 2014 vol 26 (10 MB)
                A Year to Remember!, The Ivory Statuette from HK6 Tomb 72, Symbolism and Place: Investigating the Origins of Hierakonpolis Grinding Stones, Piercing Insights: Experiments in Predynastic Craftsmanship.
                 

                Nekhen News, Fall 2015 vol 27 (3.2 MB)
                Boxing Day, Hierakonpolis Hippo Round Up!, Tomb 2 at HK6: Now in 3D (No Glasses Required), Skin Deep: the Beautiful Leather of the Nubians at Hierakonpolis, Hierakonpolis in Oxford and Berlin, Farewells to Dr Ahmed Gamal-ed-din Fahmy and Fred Wendorf.

                Nekhen News, Winter 2016 vol 28
                Putting the Hierakonpolis C-Ware on the Map, Let's look at lions, Another portion of potatoes:Excavation of HK11C in 2016, Twirling the Whorl, Ashmolean Object in Focus, More Nekhen Nubians: A tale of two sites, The tragic life of Hans Alexander Winkler
                Nekhen News, Winter 2017 vol 29Buried beneath the back-dirt, The treasures of Tomb 78, Baboon business, End of the line: excavations at HK11C in 2017, Early Tourists or Pilgrims? Visitors in the Hierakonpolis Dynastic Tombs, Defeating the Wild Bull: Achievements of the King at Nekhen

                Attic Inscriptions Online News

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                Attic Inscriptions Online News
                AIO

                3 Sep 2018: We publish today the third volume of Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections, AIUK 3 (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge), including (section 3) a general introduction to private Attic funerary monuments. More lightly annotated translations, Greek texts and images of the inscriptions are available on the AIO main site. We also publish translations of dedications by public arbitrators. For a full list of the new translations see Publication 3 September 2018. In addition we have begun linking to images of squeezes of inscriptions at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (Krateros). Links to AIO videos about the inscriptions in the Fitzwilliam Museum are pasted [here].

                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 1 - Treaty between Athens and Halieis
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 2 - Relief from top of a decree
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 3 - Accounts of the Amphiktyons of Delos, 377/6-374/3 BC
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 4 - Funerary lekythos [for a father and son?] from Epikephisia
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 5 - Funerary stele for Euthykritos of Eitea
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 6 - Funerary stele for [Th]eokles or [N]eokles
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 7 - Funerary columella of Kleopatra of Berytos
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 8 - Funerary columella of Euklidas of Hermione
                AIUK 3 (Cambridge) no. 9 - Funerary stele of Aphrodisia, also known as Epilampsis, daughter of Aphrodisios of Leukonoion





                Lemlat Enhancements

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                We are proud to announce the recent enhancement of the lexical basis of Lemlat with the Du Cange Glossary.

                Lemlat is a morphological analyser and lemmatiser of Latin provided with a large lexical basis including:
                - the collation of three Latin dictionaries (Georges and Georges, 1913-1918; Glare, 1982; Gradenwitz, 1904): 43,432 lemmas [including also relations between lemmas based on derivational morphology];
                Onomasticon by Forcellini (1940): 26,250 lemmas;
                - Glossarium Mediae et Infimae Latinitatis by Du Cange (1883-1887): 82,556 lemmas.

                Enlarging the lexical basis of Lemlat with the Du Cange Glossary significantly increases its coverage of a wide span of Latin texts from different eras.

                Information about Lemlat can be found at www.lemlat3.eu.
                The database and binaries of Lemlat are available at https://github.com/CIRCSE/LEMLAT3

                Open Access Journal: ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental

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                [First posted in AWOL 19 March 2012, updated 3 September 2018]

                ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental
                ISSN: 1984-249X versão eletrônica
                Cabeçalho da página
                ARCHAI: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental é uma publicação semestral do Grupo Archai: As Origens do Pensamento Ocidental, grupo interdisciplinar e interinstitucional que congrega pesquisadores das áreas de filosofia, história, letras, direito e arqueologia de diversas instituições universitárias brasileiras.
                2018
                Archai Journal nº24 (September, 2018)
                DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14195/1984%20-249X_24

                Table of Contents

                Initial Pages
                 
                1
                Editorial
                Rodolfo Lopes
                11

                Articles

                João Gabriel Conque
                17
                Rodolfo Petronio da Costa
                35
                Gustavo Bezerra do Nascimento Costa
                111
                Irley Fernandes Franco
                137
                Willibaldo Ruppenthal Neto, Renan Frighetto
                159
                José Gabriel Trindade Santos
                179
                Bernardo César Diniz Athayde Vasconcelos
                207
                Breno Andrade Zuppolini
                229
                Barbara Botter
                265

                Translation

                Gabriele Cornelli, Rodolfo Lopes
                299

                Reviews

                L. Pitteloud (2017). La séparation dans la métaphysique de Platon. Sankt Augustin, Academia Verlag.
                Pauline Sabrier
                309
                Diretrizes para Autores
                 
                319
                Submission Guidelines
                 
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                TIMOTHÉE DE MILET: Le poète et le musicien

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                TIMOTHÉE DE MILET: Le poète et le musicien
                Timothée de Milet
                Qui connaît Timothée de Milet, pourtant l’un des plus grands musiciens et poètes grecs de la fin du Ve siècle avant J.-C. et de la première moitié du IVe ? Même la découverte, en Égypte, d’un important papyrus de ses Perses ne lui a pas rendu la place qu’il méritait.
                Le présent livre n’en sera que plus utile. Réédités, traduits, commentés, tous les fragments de Timothée, dont un fragment musical, grâce à lui deviennent accessibles. Il offre également la synthèse la plus complète sur un...

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                • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
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                • Collection : Interférences
                • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
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                • Année d’édition : 2013
                • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 03 septembre 2018
                •  
                • ISBN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753523067
                • ISBN électronique : 9782753557932
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                • DOI : 10.4000/books.pur.53293
                • Nombre de pages : 210 p.

                Cicero, Philippic 2, 44–50, 78–92, 100–119. Latin Text, Study Aids with Vocabulary, and Commentary

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                Cicero, Philippic 2, 44–50, 78–92, 100–119. Latin Text, Study Aids with Vocabulary, and Commentary 
                Ingo Gildenhard
                Cicero, Philippic 2, 44–50, 78–92, 100–119. Latin Text, Study Aids with Vocabulary, and Commentary
                488 | 1 bw illustration | 6.14" x 9.21" (234 x 156 mm)
                Classics Textbooks, vol. 6 | ISSN: 2054-2437 (Print) | 2054-2445 (Online)
                1 colour illustration
                ISBN Paperback: 978-1-78374-589-0
                ISBN Hardback: 978-1-78374-590-6
                ISBN Digital (PDF): 978-1-78374-591-3
                ISBN Digital ebook (epub): 978-1-78374-592-0
                ISBN Digital ebook (mobi): 978-1-78374-593-7
                DOI: 10.11647/OBP.0156
                Categories: BIC: DB (Classical texts), HBLA1 (Classical civilisation), 4KL (A-Levels Aid), CFP (Translation and interpretation); BISAC: LIT004190 (LITERARY CRITICISM / Ancient & Classical), LIT025030 (LITERARY CRITICISM / Subjects & Themes / Politics)
                Click here to read the PDF online for free Click here to read the HTML online for free

                Tailored to the OCR Latin AS and A Level specifications from 2019–2021

                Cicero composed his incendiary Philippics only a few months after Rome was rocked by the brutal assassination of Julius Caesar. In the tumultuous aftermath of Caesar’s death, Cicero and Mark Antony found themselves on opposing sides of an increasingly bitter and dangerous battle for control. Philippic 2 was a weapon in that war.

                Conceived as Cicero’s response to a verbal attack from Antony in the Senate, Philippic 2 is a rhetorical firework that ranges from abusive references to Antony’s supposedly sordid sex life to a sustained critique of what Cicero saw as Antony’s tyrannical ambitions. Vituperatively brilliant and politically committed, it is both a carefully crafted literary artefact and an explosive example of crisis rhetoric. It ultimately led to Cicero’s own gruesome death.

                This course book offers a portion of the original Latin text, vocabulary aids, study questions, and an extensive commentary. Designed to stretch and stimulate readers, Ingo Gildenhard’s volume will be of particular interest to students of Latin studying for A-Level or on undergraduate courses. It extends beyond detailed linguistic analysis to encourage critical engagement with Cicero, his oratory, the politics of late-republican Rome, and the transhistorical import of Cicero’s politics of verbal (and physical) violence.
                 

                Le traité Sur l’exil de Favorinos d’Arles

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                Le traité Sur l’exil de Favorinos d’Arles
                Papyrologie, philologie et littérature
                Avant-propos
                • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
                • Collection : Interférences
                • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
                • Année d’édition : 2015
                • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 03 septembre 2018
                • ISBN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753540064
                • ISBN électronique : 9782753557949
                • DOI : 10.4000/books.pur.53311
                • Nombre de pages : 208 p.
                Découverte papyrologique majeure des années 1930, le traité grec Sur l’exil du philosophe et sophiste gaulois Favorinos d’Arles (vers 80-150/160), qui, jusqu’alors, n’était connu que par quelques citations, fut identifié au verso d’un rouleau du IIIe siècle conservé à la Bibliothèque Vaticane (P. Vatic. Gr. 11), qui contenait au recto des registres fonciers en rapport avec la Marmarique. Représentative de la Deuxième Sophistique et du bilinguisme culturel de maints érudits du IIe siècle, cette œuvre n’avait jamais encore fait l’objet d’une étude d’ensemble en langue française.
                Visant à combler cette lacune, ce volume réunit des contributions de papyrologues, philologues et historiens de la littérature grecque présentées lors d’une journée d’étude à l’Université de Nantes, le 14 novembre 2013, et d’un séminaire de recherche à l’Université de Liège, le 28 mars 2014, où sont étudiées tant les circonstances de l’acquisition du rouleau de papyrus et les conditions matérielles de la mise par écrit du traité, que celles de sa composition et de son contexte littéraire, en vue de ses premières édition et traduction françaises dans la série grecque de la Collection des Universités de France.
                Eugenio Amato et Marie-Hélène Marganne
                Avant-propos
                Nadine Sauterel
                Index des auteurs modernes