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New Open Access Journal: Annales de Janua – Actes des journées d’études

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Annales de Janua – Actes des journées d’études
ISSN: 2267-1358
Diffuser la richesse des échanges scientifiques réussis entre jeunes chercheurs, voilà le défi relevé par ces nouvelles Annales ! Cette revue a en effet pour vocation de publier les actes des journées d’études organisées chaque année par l’association Janua. Celle-ci, fondée à Poitiers, fédère des étudiants de Master et des doctorants spécialisés dans l’analyse des périodes antiques et médiévales. Les rencontres scientifiques qu’elle organise sont diachroniques et pluridisciplinaires afin de favoriser un dialogue entre différentes manières d’aborder la recherche. La publication numérique des articles issus des communications permettra à chacun d’y retrouver soit la diversité des approches envisagées soit la spécificité d’un sujet traité par un jeune chercheur. Un comité scientifique composé de chercheurs et d’enseignants-chercheurs est associé au déroulement de l’ensemble du projet.

n°1 - Enjeux de l’historiographie et de la datation des sources

Le premier numéro des Annales de Janua regroupe les actes des  journées d’études organisées en 2010 et 2012 par l’association. La première était consacrée aux rapports entretenus entre historiographie et mémoires universitaires. La seconde avait pour but d’éclairer les problèmes et les enjeux de la datation des sources.

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    Par : Manon Durier
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Open Access Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

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 [First posted in AWOL 25 April 2010. Updated 20 July 2013]

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

The Original Project

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum is the oldest research project of the Union Académique Internationale.

The first meeting to organise the project was held in Paris in 1919.

Edmond Pottier (1855 -1934) initiated it and produced the first fascicule for the Louvre in 1922.

Pottier's role in developing CVA is the subject of "A corpus of ancient vases" in Revue Archéolgique 2004.

Pottier had become a curator in the Louvre in 1884, two years before all of its ancient pottery was incorporated into the Department of Oriental Antiquities. 

When the Louvre purchased several thousand ancient vases from the Campana Collection it became the largest collection of ancient pottery in the world. Many types were represented, for example Proto-Elamitic pottery which Pottier had been the first to publish in 1912.
Pottier's vision of the types of pottery in CVA was broad - all ancient pottery from Europe, the Mediterranean, the Near East and the Middle East. 


Pottier's vision of publishing every example of so many different types of ancient pottery was ambitious and not easily realised.

In 1956 it was suggested that Greek and related wares only should be published; these now dominate CVA. By 2004 more than 300 fascicules have been published by more than 120 collections in 26 countries.

CVA Online

In 2000 the International Committee of CVA asked the Beazley Archive to prepare a feasibility study for the digitisation of out of print fascicules, approximately 250 for the web. Later that year the Union Académique Internationale formally invited the Beazley Archive to undertake the project. 

In 2001 The Getty Grant Program awarded £75,000 for a three-year project to be carried out in Oxford.

The CVA project, to digitise these fascicules began in 2002 and ended in September 2004. The project is on-going; new fascicules are being published and participating museums have the opportunity to contribute to the on-line database.
Browse
You may look at individual out of print fascicules of CVA page by page or plate by plate. Choose a fascicule from the:
and select 'Browse Text' or 'Browse Plates'.
If a fascicule appears on this list that is still in print please inform info@CVAonline.org.
Search
Simple Search: To find individual vases in a given fascicule, choose the 'Search Pottery' option on the:
Advanced Search: Please use the advanced search facility for searches by fabric, shape and technique across the whole range of CVAs. A much wider range of fields is available for Athenian black- and red-figure pottery.

CVA by country

This list gives the names of Museums and Collections that have contributed to CVA, in alphabetical order by country. Select Browse Text to view text page by page, and Browse Plates to view plates.

Austria

VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum i (AUSTRIA 1, pls. 1 - 50) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum ii (AUSTRIA 2, pls. 51 - 100)   Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum iii (AUSTRIA 3, pls. 101 - 150)     Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum iv (AUSTRIA 4, pls. 151 - 200)         Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Belgium

     
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire i (BELGIUM 1, pls. 1 - 48)
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire ii (BELGIUM 2, pls. 49 - 96)    Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRUSSELS, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire iii (BELGIUM 3, pls. 97 - 151) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Canada

     
TORONTO, Royal Ontario Museum i (CANADA 1, pls. 1 - 42) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Cyprus

     
CYPRUS, Cyprus Museum and Larnaca District Museum i (CYPRUS 1, pls.1-40) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CYPRUS, Private Collections i (CYPRUS 2, pls. 41 - 82) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Czech Republic 

     
PRAGUE, Université Charles i (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1, pls. 1 - 50, unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PRAGUE, Musée National i (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2, pls. 51 - 100) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PRAGUE, Université Charles ii (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PILSEN, Musée de la Boheme de l'Ouest (CZECHOSLOVAKIA 4) Notyetavailable

Denmark

     
COPENHAGEN, Musée National i (DENMARK1, pls 1 - 49)
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COPENHAGEN, Musée National ii (DENMARK 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National iii (DENMARK 3, pls. 99 - 146) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery


COPENHAGEN, Musée National iv (DENMARK 4, pls. 147 - 195) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National v (DENMARK 5, pls. 196 - 235) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National vi (DENMARK 6, pls 236 - 275) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National vii (DENMARK 7, pls. 276 - 315) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Musée National viii (DENMARK 8, pls. 316 - 362) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COPENHAGEN, Thorvaldsens Museum (DENMARK 9, pls 363-452) Notyetavailable

Finland

 
FINLAND, Finland 1 Notyetavailable

France

 
PARIS, Musée du Louvre i (FRANCE 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre ii (FRANCE 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COMPIÈGNE, Musée de Compiègne, (Musée Vivenel) i (FRANCE 3, pls. 99 - 131) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre iii (FRANCE 4, pls. 132 - 180) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre iv (FRANCE 5, pls. 181 - 229) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MOURET Collection, Fouilles d'Ensérune (FRANCE 6, pls. 230 - 284). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Bibliothèque Nationale, Cabinet des Médailles i (FRANCE 7, pls. 285 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre v (FRANCE 8, pls. 333 - 384) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre vi (FRANCE 9, pls. 385 - 434) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Bibliothèque Nationale, Cabinet des Médailles ii (FRANCE 10, pls. 435 - 482) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre vii (FRANCE 11) Index analytique: Louvre i - vi Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre viii (FRANCE 12, pls. 483 - 529) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SÈVRES, Musée National (FRANCE 13, pls. 530 - 592) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre ix (FRANCE 14, pls. 593 - 640) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Palais des Beaux - Arts, Collection Dutuit (FRANCE 15, pls. 641 - 688) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée National Rodin (FRANCE 16, pls. 689 - 728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre x (FRANCE 17, pls. 729 - 776) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xi (FRANCE 18, pls. 777 - 824) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xii (FRANCE 19, pls. 825 - 872) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LAON, Musée de Laon i (FRANCE 20, pls. 873 - 924) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xiii (FRANCE 21, pls. 925 - 972) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xiv (FRANCE 22) Index Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xv (FRANCE 23, pls. 973 - 1019) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LIMOGES and VANNES, Musée Adrien Dubouché (FRANCE 24, pls. 1020 - 1067) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xvi (FRANCE 25, pls. 1068 - 1123) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xvii (FRANCE 26, pls. 1124 - 1179) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xviii (FRANCE 27, pls. 1180 - 1227) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xix (FRANCE 28, pls. 1228 - 1283) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RENNES, Musée des Beaux - Arts et d'Archéologie (FRANCE 29, pls. 1284 - 335) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOURS and BOURGES (FRANCE 30, pls. 1337 - 1388) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xx (FRANCE 31, pls. 1389 - 1432) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxi (FRANCE 32) Index: Louvre xv - xx Browse Text | Index
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxii (FRANCE 33, pls. 1433-1488) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxiii (FRANCE 34, pls. 1489 - 1532) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxiv (FRANCE 35, pls. 1533 - 1572) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NANTES, Musée Dobrée (FRANCE 36, pls. 1573 - 1624) Notyetavailable
ENSERUNE, Musée National (FRANCE 37) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARIS, Musée du Louvre xxv (FRANCE 38) Browse Text|   | Search Pottery

Germany

     
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum i (GERMANY 1, pls. 1 - 46) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium i (GERMANY 2, pls. 47 - 94) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst i (GERMANY 3, pls. 95 - 146). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRAUNSCHWEIG, Herzog Anton Ulrich - Museum (GERMANY 4, pls. 147 - 194) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIENNA i, Universität und Professor Franz v. Matsch (GERMANY 5, pls. 195 - 248) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst ii (GERMANY 6, pls. 249 - 298) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum i (GERMANY 7, pls. 299 - 340) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum ii (GERMANY 8, pls. 341 - 384) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst iii (GERMANY 9, pls. 385 - 434) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität i (GERMANY 10, pls. 435 - 478) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADOLPHSECK, Schloss Fasanerie i (GERMANY 11, pls. 479 - 530) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst iv (GERMANY 12, pls. 531 - 586) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MANNHEIM, Reiss - Museum i (GERMANY 13, pls. 587 - 640) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIPZIG, Archäologisches Institut der Universität i (GERMANY 14, pls. 641 - 693) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Universität i (GERMANY 15, pls. 694 - 741) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADOLPHSECK, Schloss Fasanerie ii (GERMANY 16, pls. 742 - 785) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum i (GERMANY 17, pls. 786 -827) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum ii (GERMANY 18, pls. 828 - 876) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ALTENBURG, Staatliches Lindenau - Museum iii (GERMANY 19, pls. 877 - 923) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst v (GERMANY 20, pls. 924 - 977) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium ii (GERMANY 21, pls. 978 - 1029) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium iii (GERMANY 22, pls. 1030 - 1079) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität ii (GERMANY 23, pls. 1080 - 1124) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTHA, Schlossmuseum i (GERMANY 24, pls. 1125 - 172) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN i (GERMANY 25, pls. 1173 - 1212) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STUTTGART, Württembergisches Landesmuseum i (GERMANY 26, pls. 1213 - 1283) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität iii (GERMANY 27, pls. 1284 - 1331) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst vi (GERMANY 28, pls. 1332 - 1379) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GOTHA, Schlossmuseum ii (GERMANY 29, pls. 1380 - 1431) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN ii (GERMANY 30, pls. 1432 - 1476) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HEIDELBERG, Universität iv (GERMANY 31, pls. 1477 - 1524) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Museum Antiker Kleinkunst vii (GERMANY 32, pls. 1781 - 1848) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antiquarium iv (GERMANY 33, Pls. 1577 - 1632) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HANNOVER, Kestner - Museum i (GERMANY 34, pls. 1633 - 1680) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KASSEL, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen i (GERMANY 35, pls. 1681 - 1728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität i (GERMANY 36, pls. 1729 - 1780) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen viii (GERMANY 37, pls. 1781 - 1848) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KASSEL, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen ii (GERMANY 38, pls. 1849 - 1892) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum i (GERMANY 39, pls. 1883 - 1926) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum ii (GERMANY 40, pls. 1927 - 1966) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HAMBURG, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe i (GERMANY 41, pls. 1976 - 2014) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Römisch - Germanisches Zentralmuseum i (GERMANY 42, pls. 2015 - 2057) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Römisch - Germanisches Zentralmuseum ii (GERMANY 43, pls. 2058 - 2101) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität ii (GERMANY 44, pls. 2102 - 2145) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum - ehemals Antiquarium v (GERMANY 45, pls. 2146 - 2201) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum ii (GERMANY 46, pls. 2202 - 2245) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität iii (GERMANY 47, pls. 2246 - 2297) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen ix (GERMANY 48, pls. 2298 - 2365) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NORDRHEIN - WESTFALEN i (GERMANY 49, pls. 2366 - 2413) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN iii (GERMANY 50, pls. 2414 - 2465) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WÜRZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum iii (GERMANY 51, pls, 2466 - 2517) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität iv (GERMANY 52, pls. 2518 - 2569) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum vi (GERMANY 53, pls. 2570 - 2617) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität v (GERMANY 54, pls. 2618 - 2665) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KIEL, Kunsthalle, Antikensammlung i (GERMANY 55, pls. 2666 - 2721) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen x (GERMANY 56, pls. 2722 - 2769) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xi (GERMANY 57, pls. 2770 - 2833) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTTINGEN, Archäologisches Institut i (GERMANY 58, pls.2834 - 2881) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BONN, Akademisches Kunstmuseum iii (GERMANY 59, pls.2882 - 2945) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KARLSRUHE, Badisches Landesmuseum iii (GERMANY 60, pls. 2946 - 2993) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum vii (GERMANY 61, pls. 2994 - 3041) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikenmuseum viii (GERMANY 62, pls. 3042 - 3089) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MAINZ, Universität ii (GERMANY 63, pls. 3090 - 3141) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
KIEL, Kunsthalle, Antikensammlung ii (GERMANY 64, pls. 3142 - 3193) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MUNICH, Antikensammlungen xii (GERMANY 65, pls. 3194 - 3245) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Universität & Liebieghaus (GERMANY 66, pls. 3246 - 3313) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ERLANGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität i (GERMANY 67, pls. 3314 - 3361) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität vi (GERMANY 68, pls. 3362 3417) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TÜBINGEN, Antikensammlung der Universität vii (GERMANY 69, pls. 3418 - 3477) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GIESSEN, Antikensammlung der Universität i (GERMANY 70) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WURZBURG, Martin von Wagner Museum vi (GERMANY 71) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
HANNOVER, Kestner - Museum ii (GERMANY 72) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTTINGEN, Archäologisches Institut ii (GERMANY 73) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung ix (GERMANY 74) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
DRESDEN, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen - Skulpturensammlung (GERMANY 76) Not
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GDR

     
SCHWERIN, Staatliches Museum i (EAST GERMANY 1, pls. 1 - 61) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIPZIG, Antikenmuseum der Universität ii (EAST GERMANY 2, pls. 62 - 11) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERLIN, Antikensammlung (Pergamonmuseum) i (EAST GERMANY 3, pls. 112 - 164) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Great Britain

     
LONDON, British Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 1, pls. 1 - 44) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 2, pls. 45 - 92) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 3, pls. 93 - 142) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum iii (GREAT BRITAIN 4, pls. 143 - 190) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum iv (GREAT BRITAIN 5, pls. 191 - 238 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAMBRIDGE, Fitzwilliam Museum i (GREAT BRITAIN 6, pls. 239) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum v (GREAT BRITAIN 7, pls. 285 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum vi (GREAT BRITAIN 8, pls. 333 - 380) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 9, pls. 381 - 431) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum vii (GREAT BRITAIN 10, pls. 432 - 479) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAMBRIDGE, Fitzwilliam Museum ii (GREAT BRITAIN 11, pls. 480 - 527) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
READING, University of Reading i (GREAT BRITAIN 12, pls. 528 - 567) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum viii (GREAT BRITAIN 13, pls. 568 - 615) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum iii (GREAT BRITAIN 14, pls. 616 - 655) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NORTHAMPTON, Castle Ashby (GREAT BRITAIN 15, pls. 656 - 717) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
EDINBURGH,National Museums of Scotland (GREAT BRITAIN 16, pls. 718 - 777) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LONDON, British Museum ix (GREAT BRITAIN 17, pls. 778 - 859) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GLASGOW (GREAT BRITAIN 18, pls. 860 - 919) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WINCHESTER, Winchester College (GREAT BRITAIN 19) Notyetavailable
LONDON, British Museum x ( GREAT BRITAIN 20) Notyetavailable

Greece

     
ATHENS, Musée National i (GREECE 1, pls. 1 - 50) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, Musée National ii (GREECE 2, pls. 51 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, National Museum iii (GREECE 3, pls. 99 - 148) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ATHENS, National Museum iv (GREECE 4, pls. 149 - 212) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THESSALONIKI, Archaeological Museum (GREECE 5) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THEBES, Archaeological Museum (GREECE 6) Not yetavailable
MARATHON, Marathon Museum (GREECE 7) Notyetavailable
ATHENS, National Museum v (GREECE 8 pls. 412-521) Notyetavailable

Hungary

     
BUDAPEST, Musée des Beaux - Arts i (HUNGARY 1, pls. 1 - 52) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Italy

     
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia i (ITALY 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia ii (ITALY 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia iii (ITALY 3, pls. 99 - 147) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LECCE, Museo Provinciale i (ITALY 4, pls. 148 - 197) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico i (ITALY 5, pls. 198 - 247) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LECCE, Museo Provinciale ii (ITALY 6, pls. 248 - 299) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico ii (ITALY 7, pls. 300 - 349) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, R. Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 8, pls. 350 - 405) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RHODES, Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 9, pls. 406 - 456) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
RHODES, Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 10, pls. 457 - 508) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano i (ITALY 11, pls. 509 - 558) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico iii (ITALY 12, pls. 559 - 608) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, R. Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 13, pls. 609 - 657) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PALERMO, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 14, pls. 658 - 706) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, R. Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 15, pls. 707 - 757) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
UMBRIA, Musei Comunali i (ITALY 16, pls. 758 - 802) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SYRACUSE, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 17, pls. 803 - 854) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, R. Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 18, pls. 855 - 901) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GENOVA, Museo Civico d'Archeologia Ligure di Genova i (ITALY 19, pls. 902 - 940) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 20, pls. 941 - 990) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Preistorico L. Pigorini (ITALY 21, pls. 991 - 1022) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 22, pls. 1023 - 1063) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano ii (ITALY 23, pls. 1064 - 1098) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 24, pls. 1099 - 1130) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 25, pls. 1131 - 1166) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale ii (ITALY 26, pls. 1167 - 1204) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico iv (ITALY 27, pls. 1205 - 1248) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADRIA, Museo Civico i (ITALY 28, pls. 1249 - 1292). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano iii (ITALY 29, pls. 1293 - 1332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Archeologico iii (ITALY 30, pls. 1337 - 1380) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Civico Museo Archeologico (ITALY 31, pls. 1381 - 1424) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TURIN, Museo di Antichita i (ITALY 32, pls. 1425 - 1468) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOLOGNA, Museo Civico v (ITALY 33, pls. 1469 - 1512) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VERONA, Museo del Teatro Romano i (ITALY 34, pls. 1513 - 1556) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARANTO, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 35, pls. 1557 - 1600) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Musei Capitolini i (ITALY 36, pls. 1601 - 1644) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FERRARA, Museo Nazionale i (ITALY 37, pls. 1645 - 1688) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Archeologico iv (ITALY 38, pls. 1689 - 1732) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Musei Capitolini ii (ITALY 39, pls. 1733 - 1776) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TURIN, Museo di Antichita ii (ITALY 40, pls. 1777 - 1820) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ORVIETO, Museo Claudio Faina i (ITALY 41, pls. 1821 - 1864) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FLORENCE, Museo Nazionale v (ITALY 42, pls. 1865 - 1906) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TRIESTE, Civico Museo di Storia ed Arte (ITALY 43, pls. 1907 - 1950) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CAPUA, Museo Campano iv (ITALY 44, pls. 1951 - 1995) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARMA, Museo Nazionale di Antichita i (ITALY 45, pls. 1996 - 2036) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PARMA, Museo Nazionale di Antichita ii (ITALY 46, pls. 2037 - 2080) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
COMO, Civico Museo Archeologico 'Giovio' i (ITALY 47, pls 2081 - 2125) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FERRARA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 48, pls. 2126 - 2169) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Collezione 'H.A.' i (ITALY 49, pls. 2170 - 2210) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PALERMO, Collezione Mormino, Banco di Sicilia i (ITALY 50, pls. 2211 - 2254) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MILAN, Collezione 'H.A.' ii (ITALY 51, pls. 2255 - 2294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 52, pls. 2295 - 2337) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 53, pls. 2338 - 2377) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionaleiii (ITALY 54, pls. 2378 - 2421) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TARQUINIA, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 55, pls. 2422 - 2465) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GELA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale iv (ITALY 56, pls. 2466 - 2512) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FIESOLE, Collezione Costantini i (ITALY 57, pls. 2513 - 2560) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FIESOLE, Collezione Costantini ii (ITALY 58, pls. 2561 - 2600) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CHIUSI, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 59, pls. 2601 - 2642) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CHIUSI, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 60, pls. 2643 - 2684 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AGRIGENTO, Museo Archeologico Nazionale i (ITALY 61, pls. 2685 - 2777) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GROSSETO, Museo Archeologico i (ITALY 62, pls. 2778 - 2817) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GROSSETO, Museo Archeologico ii (ITALY 63, pls. 2818 - 2867) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ROME, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia iv (ITALY 64, pls. 2868 - 2913) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ADRIA, Museo Archeologico Nazionale ii (ITALY 65, pls. 2914 - 2964) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale iv (ITALY 66, pls. 2965 - 3007) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
VIBO VALENTIA, Museo Statale "Vito Capialbi" (ITALY 67, pls. 3008 - 3047) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GIOIA DEL COLLE, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (ITALY 68, pls. 3048 - 3087) Notyetavailable
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale v, Raccolta Cumana (ITALY 69, pls. 3088 - 3167) Notyetavailable
TARANTO, Museo Nazionale iii (ITALY 70) Notyetavailable
NAPLES, Museo Nazionale vi (ITALY 71) Notyetavailable

Japan

     
Rotfigurige Vasen in Japanischen Sammlungen i (JAPAN 1, pls. 1 - 50, unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
Schwarz - und Rotfigurige Vasen in Japanischen Sammlungen ii (JAPAN 2, pls. 51 - 114) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Netherlands

     
THE HAGUE, Musée Scheurleer i (NETHERLANDS - Pays Bas 1, pls. 1 - 48) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
THE HAGUE, Musée Scheurleer ii (NETHERLANDS - Pays Bas 2, pls. 49 - 94) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden i (NETHERLANDS 3, pls. 95 - 147) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden ii (NETHERLANDS 4, pls. 148 - 201) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden iii (NETHERLANDS 5, pls. 202 - 255) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AMSTERDAM, Allard Pierson Museum i (NETHERLANDS 6, pls. 256 - 319) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LEIDEN, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden iv (NETHERLANDS 7, pls. 320 - 373) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
AMSTERDAM, Allard Pierson Museum ii (NETHERLANDS 8, pls. 374 - 452) Notyetavailable

New Zealand

     
NEW ZEALAND (NEW ZEALAND 1, pls. 1 - 48 unnumbered). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Norway

     
Public and Private Collections (NORWAY 1, pls. 1 - 52 unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Poland

     
GOLUCHOW, Musée Czartoryski (POLAND 1, pls. 1 - 54) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CRACOW, Collections de Cracovie (POLAND 2, pls. 55 - 96) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
POLAND, Collections Diverses (POLAND 3, pls. 97 - 129) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National i (POLAND 4, pls. 130 - 177) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National ii (POLAND 5, pls. 178 - 231 unnumbered) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National iii (POLAND 6, pls. 232 - 279) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National iv (POLAND 7, pls. 280 - 332) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National v (POLAND 8, pls. 333 - 376) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National vi (POLAND 9, pls. 377 – 430) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
WARSAW, Musée National vii (POLAND 10) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Rumania

     
BUCAREST i, Musée National des Antiquités (RUMANIA 1, pls. 1 - 45) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BUCAREST ii, (RUMANIA 2, pls. 46 - 88) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Russia

     
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts i (Russia 1, pls. 1 - 66) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts ii (Russia 2, pls. 67 - 107) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts iii (Russia 3, pls. 108 - 151) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts iv (Russia 4) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts v (Russia 5) Notyetavailable
MOSCOW, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts vi (Russia 6) Notyetavailable

Spain

     
MADRID, Musée Archéologique National i (SPAIN 1, pls. 1 - 49) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MADRID, Museo Arqueologico Nacional ii (SPAIN 2, pls. 50 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BARCELONA, Musée Archéologique i (SPAIN 3, pls. 99 - 138) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BARCELONA, Musée Archéologique ii (SPAIN 4, pls. 139 - 178) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ULLASTRET, Musée Monographique (SPAIN 5, pls. 179 - 228) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
EIVISSA, Musée (SPAIN 6, pls. 229 - 265) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Sweden

     
LUND, Museum of Classical Antiquities i (SWEDEN 1, pls.1-25) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STOCKHOLM, Medelhavsmuseet and National Museum i (SWEDEN 2, pls.26-65) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GÖTEBORG, Public Collections (SWEDEN 3, pls. 66 - 108) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
STOCKHOLM, Medelhavsmuseet and National Museum ii (SWEDEN 4, pls. 109 - 143) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Switzerland

     
GENEVA, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire i (SWITZERLAND 1, pls. 1 - 42) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ZÜRICH, Öffentliche Sammlungen (SWITZERLAND 2, pls. 43 - 98) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
GENEVA, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire ii (SWITZERLAND 3, pls. 99 - 146) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum i (SWITZERLAND 4, pls. 147 - 202) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OSTSCHWEIZ TICINO (SWITZERLAND 5, pls. 203 - 256) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum und Sammlung Ludwig ii (SWITZERLAND 6, pls. 257 - 312) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BASEL, Antikenmuseum und Sammlung Ludwig iii (SWITZERLAND 7, pls. 313 - 368) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

USA


     
HOPPIN and GALLATIN COLLECTIONS (U.S.A. 1, pls. 1 - 53) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island School of Design (U.S.A. 2, pls. 54 - 85) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MICHIGAN, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor i (U.S.A. 3, pls. 86 - 133) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection i (U.S.A. 4, pls. 134 - 181) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BERKELEY, University of California i (U.S.A. 5, pls. 182 - 243) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection ii (U.S.A. 6, pls. 244 - 294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, The Robinson Collection iii (U.S.A. 7, pls. 295 - 338 Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
FOGG Museum and GALLATIN Collections (U.S.A. 8, pls. 339 - 412) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 9, pls. 413 - 460) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SAN FRANCISCO, (U.S.A. 10, pls. 461 - 490) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 11, pls. 491 - 532) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art iii (U.S.A. 12, pls. 533 - 580) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BRYN MAWR, Bryn Mawr College i (U.S.A. 13, pls. 581 - 622) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts i (U.S.A. 14, pls. 623 - 680) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
CLEVELAND, Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 15, pls. 681 - 728) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art iv (U.S.A. 16, pls. 729 - 780) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOLEDO, Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 17, pls. 781 - 840) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
LOS ANGELES, County Museum of Art i (U.S.A. 18, pls. 841 - 892) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts ii (U.S.A.19, pls. 893 - 943) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
TOLEDO, The Toledo Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 20, pls. 944 - 1003) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
OMAHA, Joslyn Art Museum i (USA 21, pls. 1004 - 1056) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PHILADELPHIA, The University Museum i (U.S.A. 22, pls. 1057-1110) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum i (U.S.A. 23, pls. 1111 - 1170) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
URBANA - CHAMPAIGN, University of Illinois i (U.S.A. 24, pls. 1171 - 1234) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ii (U.S.A. 25, pls. 1235 - 1294) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum iii (U.S.A. 26, pls. 1295 - 1352) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum iv (U.S.A. 27, pls. 1353 - 1412) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
BALTIMORE, Walters Art Gallery i (U.S.A. 28, pls. 1413 - 1472) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
PHILADELPHIA, The University Museum ii (U.S.A. 29, pls. 1473 - 1516) Notyetavailable
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum v (U.S.A. 30, pls. 1516 - 1561) Browse Text | Browse Plates |Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum vi (U.S.A. 31, plates 1562 - 1605) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum vii (U.S.A. 32, plates 1606 - 1663) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum viii (U.S.A. 33) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ix (U.S.A. 34) Notyetavailable
MALIBU, J. Paul Getty Museum ix (U.S.A. 34) Notyetavailable
CLEVELAND, Museum of Art ii (U.S.A. 35) Notyetavailable

Yugoslavia

     
ZAGREB, Musée National i (YUGOSLAVIA 1, pls. 1 - 48). Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
ZAGREB, Musée National ii (YUGOSLAVIA 2, pls. 49 - 96) Browse Text | Browse Plates| Search Pottery
BELGRADE, Musée du Prince Paul i (YUGOSLAVIA 3, pls. 97 - 127) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery
SARAJEVO, Musée National (YUGOSLAVIA 4, pls. 128 - 175) Browse Text | Browse Plates | Search Pottery

Open Access Journal: Classics Convivium Newsletter

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 January 2011. Updated 21 July 2013]

Classics Convivium Newsletter
Internationally renowned for its scholarly excellence and its graduate programs, the Department is also deeply committed to the education of undergraduates at the University. Faculty and students work closely with the Kelsey Museum and its collection of antiquities and the Papyrus Collection in the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.
Spring 2012                      
In this issue:
  • Teaching Medical Terminology
  • Latin for Everybody
  • Platsis Review
  • Francis W. Kelsey
  • First Year Writing Seminar
  • Inter Versiculos
  • CFC Translation
  • Honors Thesis Writers
  • 2012 Else Lecture
Spring 2011
In this issue:
  • Chair’s Letter
  • 2010 Platsis Review
  • Elizabeth Kovach Fund
  • Research
  • Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity
  • P. Asso, E. Heiden & S. Hutchings Senior Honors theses
Spring 2010
In this issue:
  • Constantine Cavafy
  • Letter from the Chair
  • Archaeology Conference
  • Fiat/Chrysler Scholars
  • Gabii Project
  • Greeks and Barbarians
  • Lecture Series


Winter 2009
  • Anatomy Lesson
  • Chair's Letter
  • Platsis Symposium
  • Jerome Lecture
  • The Argument
  • Gabii Project
  • Roma Viva
  • Grad Student Conference
Fall 2008
  • Chicks wi th Bricks–Warrior Women
  • Colchis
  • Latin Teaching
  • Phi lomel
  • Facult y & Graduate Student News
Winter 2008
  • From the Chair 
  • Indo European Language and Culture 
  • Platsis Symposium
  • Tapinocyba cameroni 
  • Students at Large




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Open Access Journal: Patristics: Newsletter of the North American Patristics Society

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Patristics: Newsletter of the North American Patristics Society
ISSN: 0360-652X
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The North American Patristics Society is a scholarly organization dedicated to the study of the history, literature, and theology of ancient Christianity. Founded in 1970, the Society welcomes a diversity of disciplinary and methodological approaches and invites the participation of scholars at all stages of their careers; NAPS boasts a large and active graduate student membership.  Among the Society’s major activities are the sponsorship of an annual conference in Chicago, Illinois, and the publication of The Journal of Early Christian Studies. Membership in NAPS includes a subscription to the journal.
 

Welcome to the Patristics archive. This page contains an electronic copy of all issues of the NAPS publication of the Patristics newsletter that were produced from December 1996 through December 2008. The “Patristics Newsletter” has been superceded by regular email updates and the News section of the NAPS website.

Open Access Journal: Religious Studies News

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Religious Studies News
Religious Studies News (RSN) is the newspaper of record for the field especially designed to serve the professional needs of persons involved in teaching and scholarship in religion (broadly construed to include religious studies, theology, and sacred texts). Published quarterly online by the American Academy of Religion, RSN is received by some 9,000 scholars and by libraries at colleges and universities internationally. Religious Studies News communicates the important events of the field and related areas and examines critical issues in education, pedagogy (especially through the biannual Spotlight on Teaching), theological education (through the annual Spotlight on Theological Education), research, publishing, and the public understanding of religion. It also publishes news about the services and programs of the AAR and other organizations, including employment services and registration information for the Annual Meeting and related activities. It does not accept books for review.
Online Issues
Print Issues (2001–2009) Available in PDF 
Spotlight on Teaching 
Spotlight on Theological Education
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Open Access Journal: Sudan Studies Association Newsletter

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[First posted in AWOL 3 August 2010. Updated 22 July 2013]

Sudan Studies Association Newsletter
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2010: Volume 28No. 1
No. 2

2009: Volume 27No. 1
No. 2

2008: Volume 26No. 2
No. 3
No. 4

2007: Volume 25No. 3

2006: Volume 24
No.2


2005: Volume 24
No.1


2003: Volume 22
No.1


2002: Volume 21
No.1 January

No.2 May

No.3 September

2001: Volume 20
No.1 January
No.2 May
No.3 September

2000: Volume 19
No. 1&2 March

No.3 July

1999: Volume 18
No.3 March
No.4 August
No.5 December

1998: Volume 18
No.1 May

No.2 October

No.3 March

1997: Volume 17
No.1

No.2

No.3

No.4

1996 : Volume 16
No.1

No. 2

No. 3&4

1995 : Volume 15
No. 1

No. 2

No.3&4

1994 : Volume 14
No.1

No.2

No.3&4

1993 :Volume 13
No. 1

No. 2&3

No.4

1992 : Volume 12
No.1

No. 2

No.3&4

1991: Volume 11
No. 1

No.2

No.3&4

1990 : Volume 10
No. 1

No.2&3

No.4

1989 : Volume 9
No. 1 Winter 1988

No.2 Spring

No.3&4

1988: Volume 8
No.1 Winter

No.2Spring

No.3 Summer

No.4 Fall

1987 : Volume 7
No.1 Winter

No.2 Spring

No.3 Summer

No.4 Fall

1986 : Volume 6
No. 1 Winter

No.2 Spring

No.3 Summer

No.4 Fall

1985 : Volume 5
No.1 Spring

No.2 Summer

No.3 Fall

No.4 Winter

1984 : Volume 4
No.1 Winter

No.2 Spring

No.3 Summer

No.4 Autumn

1983: Volume 3
No.1 Winter

No.2 Spring

No.3&4 Summer / Fall

1982: Voulme 2
No.1 Winter

No.2 Spring

No.3&4 Fall

1981: Volume 1
No.1 Spring

No.2 Summer


New Open Access Series: Quaderni IMTO

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Quaderni IMTO
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Quaderni IMTO was established with the aim of implementing the preliminary reports of the archaeological fieldwork which is being carried on at the sites of Khor Rori (Sumhuram), Salut, Salut – ST1, and Mughsail.

While preliminary reports concerning the activities of the Italian Mission to Oman at the site of Khor Rori and Salut will continue to be presented in the "Archaeological campaigns" section, the new online series Quaderni IMTO will provide the publication of the revised reports and of short updates concerning peculiar finds or structures discovered during the excavations.

This is meant to promptly provide the visitors with news from the field, in advance of a proper publication of the excavation results or of specific artifacts by the members of IMTO.

 

The 5th and 6th campaigns of excavation at the Salut Bronze Age Tower (ST1)

Preliminary reports from the Italian Mission to Oman, ST1 12B - ST1 13A, Michele Degli Esposti (ed.) 2013, University of Pisa, pp. 36 After four campaigns of excavation, the main aspects of the general stratigraphy of the Bronze Age Tower at Salut are already known, at least partially. Nevertheless, the large extension of the site required further investigation in order to reveal more of its planning, as well as testing the ...

Open Access Journal: Rencontres d'Archéologie de l'IFEA

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Rencontres d'Archéologie de l'IFEA
Institut Francais d'Etudes Anatoliennes 

L'IFEA est un Institut de recherche français en Turquie. Dépendant du MAE et du CNRS, il a pour vocation de faciliter, de fédérer et d'impulser des recherches en sciences humaines et sociales et en archéologie. C'est une structure de services (bibliothèque, documentation, cartographie) et d'accueil des chercheurs, doctorants et stagiaires. L'institut propose une programmation scientifique ouverte au public.  
 
Les Rencontres d'Archéologie de l'IFEA sont le lieu d'échange sur l'actualité de l'archéologie française en Turquie et un point de rencontre entre chercheurs turcs, français et étrangers, qu'ils soient jeunes chercheurs ou confirmés



Rencontres d'Archéologie

Rencontres d'Archéologie

Les Rencontres d'Archéologie de l'IFEA sont le lieu d'échange sur l'actualité de l'archéologie française en Turquie et un point de rencontre entre chercheurs turcs, français et étrangers, qu'ils soient jeunes chercheurs ou confirmés
Elles sont organisées avec le soutien financier de TOTAL TurquieTOTAL_LOGO_COUL_Q
Olivier Henry (éd.), Le Mort dans la ville Pratiques, contextes et impacts des inhumations intra-muros en Anatolie, du début de l'Age du Bronze à l'époque romaine, actes des 2e Rencontres d'Archéologie, Istanbul 14-15 novembre 2011, Istanbul, IFEA-Ege Yayınları 259p, ISBN 978-2-36245-009-9
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couv rencontres2011Sommaire

O. Henry

P.J.P. Mc George
 
Christine Kepinski

Bérengère Perello

Nicola Laneri

Julie Patrier

Alexander Herda

Olivier Henry

Raymond Descat

Damien Aubriet

Elizabeth McGowan

Anne Marie Carstens

Oliver Hülden

Martin Seyer

Hadwiga Schörner

Christof Berns

Martin Steskal
 

Archéologies et espaces parcourus

Olivier Henry (éd.), Archéologies et espaces parcourus. Premières Rencontres d'Archéologie de l'IFEA Istanbul, 11-13 Novembre 2010, Istanbul, Institut Français d'Études Anatoliennes, 2012, 173p, ISBN 978-2-36245-006-8
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Sommaire

N. Seni

O. Henry
 
B. Varoutsikos / C. Chataigner

B. Perello
 
C. Kepinski
 
D. Beyer
 
N. Gailhard
 
N. de Chaisemartin

D. Kassab Tezgör
 
M. Kohl
 
J.-Ch. Moretti
 
A.-S. Rivalland
 
E. Goussé

Enkomi Digitisation Project

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[First posted in AWOL 28 June 2011. Updated 22 July 2013]

Enkomi Digitisation Project: The Digitisation of the Artefacts of the Enkomi tombs
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The Digitisation of the Artefacts of the Enkomi tombs (British Excavations) in the Cyprus Museum
Dr. Despo Pilides, Curator of Αntiquities, Department of Antiquities, Cyprus

The Project
The idea for the proposal of this assignment was triggered by the corresponding project undertaken by the Greek and Roman Department of the British Museum, which consisted partly of the digitization of the material excavated by the British at Enkomi as part of the Turner Bequest excavations from 1894 to 1896. The Cyprus Museum objects from these excavations and the digitization of this material will provide a link and ultimately unite the two databases, thus reconstituting, to the extent possible, the contents of the tombs.
The proposal was submitted and approved by the Promotion Foundation for Research in 2008. Its duration of 24 months (from January 2009 to December 2010) involved archival research concerning the excavations of one hundred tombs of the Late Bronze Age, of considerable wealth, excavated in 1896 and published in 1900. Two thirds of the objects were transferred to the British Museum as per the terms of the Antiquities Law at the time which allowed the excavator, the owner of the land and the Government a share of one third each of the total number of objects found.  The excavators usually bought the land and were, therefore, granted two thirds of the finds. The Cyprus Museum share was kept in the old premises at Victoria Street. It was then transferred to the new Cyprus Museum, around 1909 and was given new accessory numbers.

The programme is a collaborative effort between the Department of Antiquities, the Open University of Cyprus and the British Museum. Its implementation will ensure the preservation of the collection, it will provide accessibility to objects belonging to the so-called “old collection” in the Cyprus Museum store rooms and consequently facilitate research. Furthermore, it will promote the use and application of statistical and analytical techniques for archaeological data and will give the opportunity to educational institutions to use it as a teaching aid.


Having in mind that Enkomi is located in the occupied part of Cyprus and that the material of the excavations from the site, initiated at the end of the 19th century, is dispersed in different museums of the world, the digitisation of its material is of primary importance. The project may act as a precedent in bringing together dispersed material from the same sites, located in different museums and obstructing a holistic view of those sites. It constitutes the first organised attempt to create a database of antiquities kept in the Cyprus Museum, and the first attempt to transmit data and information through the internet, and via a collaboration between major institutions.

Open Access Journal: Annual report of the Department of Antiquities

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Annual report of the Department of Antiquities
by Ministry of Communications and Works. Department of Antiquities, Cyprus
ISSN: 1010–1136
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The Department of Antiquities is responsible for the management of the archaeological heritage of Cyprus. The Department's main areas of activity and responsibility are the following:

-systematic and rescue excavations as well as archaeological surveys,

-the establishment, management and operation of archaeological museums,

-the conservation, restoration, protection and promotion of Ancient Monuments in the First and Second Schedule of the Antiquities Law, of archaeological sites and of monuments of architectural heritage.

One of the aims of the Department of Antiquities is also the use of both ancient monuments and archaeological museums for educational purposes and cultural activities, as well as for the stimulation of cultural tourism. In order to achieve the above, the Department of Antiquities organises conferences, exhibitions and lectures both in Cyprus and abroad.

An activity which has emerged over the last few years is the contribution of the Department of Antiquities towards the establishment of private/thematic museums. In this case the Department acts as a consultant and as a guide by offering its personnel's specialised knowledge.

The activities of the Department of Antiquities are published in its two annual publications, namely the Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus and the Annual Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus. 

Annual Report of the Department of Antiquities for the year 2006
Annual Report of the Department of Antiquities for the year 2007
Annual Report of the Department of Antiquities for the year 2008

Trismegistos Places

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Trismegistos Places (GEO and GEOREF)
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Currently 30495 place records (GEO) and 117663 place attestation records (GEOREF).
A database of places related to the ancient world
by Trismegistos

 
Based on the foundations of the Fayum Project (Graeco-Roman Egypt) of the KULeuven and the project Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Graeco-Roman Egypt of Cologne University. 

Fully reworked in a project sponsored by the Hercules Foundation.
Expanded to places outside Egypt in the framework of the CIP Europeana EAGLE project.

General coordination (Trismegistos): Mark Depauw, Herbert Verreth
General coordination (Fayum Project): Willy Clarysse, Katelijn Vandorpe
Database structure (Filemaker 7-11): Bart Van Beek
Online version (PHP & MySQL): Jeroen Clarysse, Bart Van Beek, Mark Depauw
Data processing (Fayum Project): Bart Van Beek; formerly Hans Proost, Inge Uytterhoeven
Data processing (Trismegistos): Herbert Verreth
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).
 

Crowdsource Project: Mummipedia Wiki

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Mummipedia Wiki 
The Mummipedia Project taps into the power of the overwhelming popular interest in mummies, and into the firsthand access that individuals and interested societies have to local museum holdings, to expand the depth and breadth of our knowledge of all mummy holdings worldwide. 

Have you seen a mummy? Add it to our pages, or add details to existing mummy pages. We want a page for every mummy on earth! Photos, lists, and articles on mummification will help us all to put these mummies into perspective. 

Want to see a mummy?Here is a list of mummies that we know about. Find a mummy near you, look-up or visit the museum, and share the information you find! Go ahead and add a page for the museum while you are at it. 

Want to learn about the latest mummy research? Check out the AreYouMyMummy blog

STEP: Scripture Tools for Every Person from Tyndale House, Cambridge

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STEP: Scripture Tools for Every Person from Tyndale House, Cambridge

STEP: Scripture Tools for Every Person

This is Tyndale House’s ongoing project to make the best resources for biblical studies freely available to everyone who needs them.  The goal is to make the tools capable of working on phones and low-spec computers (even with intermittent or no internet access). The STEP Project aims to grant all believers access to a wealth of resources previously only available to specialist scholars.

Open Access Journal: Bioarchaeology of the Near East

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[First posted in AWOL 13 July 2009. Updated 24 July 2013]

Bioarchaeology of the Near East
Printed version ISSN: 1898-9403
Online ISSN: 1899-962X
Bioarchaeology of the Near East (printed version ISSN 1898-9403, online ISSN 1899-962X) is published annually in one volume. The aim of the journal is to promote research on the history of human populations inhabiting South-Western Asia (chiefly Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine, Anatolia, Iran, and Egypt). It will publish original contributions in which methods of physical anthropology and bioarchaeology are used to answer historical questions. Three kinds of texts will be considered for publication: original papers, general review articles (especially those focussing on methodological issues), and short fieldwork reports. Papers of two first categories will be subject to peer review.

The editors welcome contributions focusing on the biological background of historical processes observed in past populations in the region where most ancient civilisations of the Old World emerged. This includes large-scale studies e.g., on migrations, secular trends, microevolution, temporal changes or regional differences in the quality of life, disease patterns or demographical profiles, but also local studies or diagnostic case studies of distinguished individuals. Papers using not only biological, but also archaeological and textual evidence are mostly appreciated. For more effective exchange of information the journal also includes short fieldwork reports on human remains excavated at archaeological sites located in the region of interest.
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Special issue: Selected papers from the bioarchaeology session at the 8th ICAANE in Warsaw
Articles in press


Wieslaw Wieckowski, Susan Cohen, Henk K. Mienis, Liora Kolska Horwitz
The excavation and analysis of porcupine dens and burrowing on ancient and recent faunal and human remains at Tel Zahara (Israel)
Abstract, PDF (6385 KB)

Carmen del Cerro
Biological remains at al-Madam (Sharjah, UAE). Archaeological, archaeobotanical and archaeozoological studies in an Iron Age farming-stockbreeding village
Abstract, PDF (1381 KB)

Vladimir Kufterin, Nadezhda Dubova
A preliminary analysis of Late Bronze Age human skeletal remains from Gonur-depe, Turkmenistan
Abstract, PDF (4878 KB)


Gershom Scholem's Zoharic Lexicon Card Catalogue Online

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Scholem Card Index
The Zohar is among the preeminent spiritual works of all time. Its history attests to its importance: within three hundred years of its creation (at the end of the 13th century) it had become the central text Kabbalistic text. The Kabbalists regarded it as an authoritative source, a model to be emulated, and an interpretive subject.  Gershom Scholem (1897-1982), the father of Kabbalah scholarship, followed suit and made the Zohar the focus of his endeavors.

Scholem's words about various passages, verses and words from the Zohar can be found in the many notations he made in his copy of the Zohar, on notes that he tucked between its pages, which were published in facsimile in 1991/21 as well as in his Milon HaZohar card index, which is now available on the National Library's website.

The catalogue is not a book per se, but personal notes that Scholem took in anticipation of the future writing of a Zohar lexicon. The notes are in the form of white cards, which Scholem stored in impeccable order in a long narrow wooden drawer that fit them perfectly, in his impressive writing desk (which today serves as the Scholem collections librarian's desk at the National Library). Each card deals with a word from the Zohar and includes citations that include this word in its various senses, with references to the Zohar, clarifications of formulation and important notes on the lexicon of the Zohar.

The notes written on the cards include, first and foremost, the meaning of the word and its various connotations, both in linguistic and Kabbalistic terms, and sometimes also symbolic ones.  In addition, the cards contain other usages and explanations that elucidate the origin of the word and it etymological development from the ancient texts (Bible, Talmud and Midrashim) or medieval texts – philosophy and Kabbalah, in particular allusions to the works of Moses de Leon who Scholem, for most of his life, regarded as the author of the Zohar. The notes also contain etymological considerations and parallel words in other languages, as well as reference to usage in later Kabbalistic texts and discussion of these words in works by both early and modern Zohar commentators.

To conclude, even though the Scholem card catalogue cannot be regarded as a fully realized dictionary of the Zohar, it is still of tremendous value as the only attempt thus far to prepare a comprehensive dictionary of this kind.  Today, the card index is accessible via the Internet and everyone is free to get a glimpse of the greatest Kabbalistic scholar at work, and learn much about his subject as well as his method.


Open Access Journal: Heritage Daily

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Heritage Daily
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Heritage Daily is an independent online archaeology and palaeontology magazine, dedicated to the heritage and history of the world. We identified the need for a central resource offering the latest archaeological/palaeontological news, journals, articles and press releases.

Our contributors range from students currently studying archaeology at University, professional academics working in the field, historians and those with an interest in the archaeological discipline. We accept stories from anyone wishing to contribute and publish their material on a leading editorial platform.

HeritageDaily is staffed by a volunteer team of archaeologists, corresponding from all corners of the world. Staff are based in Norway, the United States, Egypt, Australia and with our main editorial team based in the United Kingdom London.

Coin Hoards of the Roman Republic Online

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Coin Hoards of the Roman Republic Online
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Coin hoards of the Roman Republic Online (CHRR Online) is a database of Roman Republican coin hoards mainly from the period 155 BC to AD 2. This database began life as a personal research database constructed by Kris Lockyear using a combination of published data and Michael Crawford's personal archive now housed in the British Museum. The online database, which utilises the Numishare application developed by Ethan Gruber, is a joint project between Kris Lockyear (Institute of Archaeology, University College London) and the American Numismatic Society. Project coordination provided by Rick Witschonke of the ANS.
The database is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of hoards of that date. For a detailed discussion of the construction of the database and the data contained within it, please see the FAQ, Lockyear 2007, Lockyear 2013 or Lockyear and Gruber forthcoming.
The database is currently Version 1 (beta).
The data is freely available to scholars for use in their research. We only ask that you:
(a) identify each hoard in your publications using the unique three-character hoard identifier;
(b) cite the database in the following manner:
Lockyear, Kris (2013). Coin hoards of the Roman Republic Online, version X. New York: American Numismatic Society. Data retrieved from <http://numismatics.org/chrr> on <enter date>.
CHRR Online is a Numishare tool based on the stable numismatic identities established by the Nomisma project. The Roman Republican coin data served by Nomisma has been supplied by the British Museum’s Roman Republican Coinage project.

Open Access Journal: Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal

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

1997

Vol 1, No 1 (1997)

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

1998

Vol 1, No 2 (1998)

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

1999

Vol 2, No 1 (1999)

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

2001

Vol 2, No 2 (2001)

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

2002

Vol 3, No 1 (2002)

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

2003

Vol 3, No 2 (2003)

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







2012

Vol 9, No 2 (2012)



Open Accesss Journal: Ägyptologie NewsPaper

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[First posted in AWOL 21 July 2011. Updated 25 July 2013]

Ägyptologie NewsPaper
Redaktion, Texte und Abbildungen (sofern nicht anders erwähnt): Gitta Warnemünde

Mein Dank gilt den EEFNEWS und deren zahlreichen Informanten sowie dem Moderator des EEF.Ohne diese schier unerschöpfliche Quelle für hochklassige Artikel aus der Ägyptologie wäre so manche Nachricht an mir vorbeigegangen.

News-Archiv

2013
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April 2013 (6)
März 2013 (10)
Februar 2013 (10)
Januar 2013 (9)

2012
Dezember 2012 (8)
November 2012 (9)
Oktober 2012 (8)
September 2012 (9)
August 2012 (13)
Juli 2012 (15)
Juni 2012 (10)
Mai 2012 (10)
April 2012 (21)
März 2012 (15)
Februar 2012 (15)
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2011
Dezember 2011 (10)
November 2011 (6)
Oktober 2011 (21)
September 2011 (8)
August 2011 (11)
Juli 2011 (17)
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EDENDA: Database of editions of Latin patristic texts

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

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

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

Pour rendre plus faciles les échanges d'informations concernant les projets d'édition de textes patristiques latins, le CSEL propose d'établir une base de données a laquelle on aura acces gratuit par l'Internet. Veuillez donc nous faire connaître tout projet du genre que nous voulons bien annoncer sous la rubrique EDENDA.
 Auctor
Ambrosiaster
Ambrosius
Anonymus
Augustinus
Beda Venerabilis
Boethius
Cassiodorus
Claudius
  Taurinensis

Collatio
Cyprianus
Damasus papa
Donatus
  Vesuntinus

Eucherius
Fortunatianus
Hieronymus
Hilarius
  Pictaviensis

Isidorus
  Hispalensis

Iulius papa
Lactantius
Liberius papa
Pelagius
Prosper
  Aquitanus

Rufinus
Tertullianus
Vetus Latina