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Demotistische Literaturübersicht Online

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featured in the journal Enchoria since 1971
by
H.J. Thissen (DL 1-19/20)
H. Felber (DL 20-24)
M. Depauw & F. Hoffmann (DL 25-32)
F. Hoffmann & F. Naether & F. Scalf & G. Widmer (DL 33-)

Online version, supplemented with pre-1968 entries and some more recent publications, by the project
Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Graeco-Roman Egypt (2005-2008)
&
Trismegistos (after 2008)


General coordination: M. Depauw
Database structure (Filemaker 7): S. Gülden
Online version (PHP & MySQL): B. Van Beek
Data assembly and processing: S. Bronischewski, M. Depauw, B. Derichs, S. Eslah, S. Gülden, M. Kromer

Based on a database of H.J. Thissen and with the cooperation of F. Hoffmann
 
The online version of instalments 1-31 has been made possible by the authors of the DL-summaries, the editors of Enchoria and Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden. 
How to search the online Demotistische Literaturübersicht? 
'Executive summary'

  • Use surnames and avoid entering more than a single surname in Author/Editor.
  • Use only a single word (or part of it) in each search field.
  • Abbreviations (mostly those of the DBL) can be used in Journal/Series.
  • Avoid quotation marks, diacritic signs, and capitals. For detailed information concerning advanced queries, such as the use of first names or searching for multiple authors, click here.

  • Documentation for biblical literature Innsbruck (BILDI)

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    Documentation for biblical literature Innsbruck (BILDI)

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    Search of biblical and biblical-archaeological literature

    Content

    Classified documentation on biblical and biblical-archaeological literature, published in articles, collected works and monographs; since 1990 partly with references to book reviews
    Base of recording ofarticles: approximately 90 complete and approximately 540 relevant annuals and periodicals (see list of periodicals) of the University Library of Innsbruck and the Jesuit Library Innsbruck; completed by titles of the ZID (theological periodicals of the University Library Tuebingen)
    Base of recording of articles of collected works and Festschriften: acquisitions of the Theological Library of the University Innsbruck (search portal); off-prints of authors
    Base of recording of monographs: acquisitation of the Theological Library of the University Innsbruck(ALEPH); submissions of authors and publishers
    Base of recording of hints to book reviews: data meterial of the Biblical Institute in Rome
    Period and media of recording : card-catalogue (1980-1984), since 1985 computerized. Recording and computerization of card-titles in work

    Rome in Egypt: Roman Temples for Egyptian Gods

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    Rome in Egypt: Roman Temples for Egyptian Gods
    http://www.romeinegypt.unipi.it/static/it_romeinegypt/assets/images/t_project.jpg
    The availability of an updated repertory of the temples built in Egypt by Roman emperors for autochthonous cults is a fundamental tool for every kind of research on Roman Egypt. TheTopographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings, started by Bertha Porter and Rosalind Moss, shows Roman presence on more than 50 sacred buildings from the Nile Delta until the island of Bigeh. Intense and well known was also Roman activity in Nubia.

    New subsequent archaeological researches make possible further enlargements of this picture: among many examples, it is sufficient to mention here the recent important discoveries in the oases of the Western Desert.
    This site, outcome of a research project funded by the Italian Ministry for University and Research (MIUR) in 2004-2005 and directed by Edda Bresciani, aims to provide:
    • A repertory of Roman temples in Egypt, from the Delta to Philae, with the most recently available information. The list of monuments and their bibliography are being continually updated.
    • A multimedia research tool to make available, thanks to the Internet flexibility, plans, photographs, drawings, space oriented and navigable maps and links, related to the temples included in this site, wherever it is possible.
    • A searching tool allowing to sort the information for geographical sites or for emperors, and to retrieve the bibliography for authors all over the website.
    Only additional bibliography, absent in previous editions of the Topographical Bibliography, is given here. Porter-Moss (PM) reference, when existing, is mentioned at the beginning of each temple file. 
    At the moment, Nubian temples are not included in this site.
    Rome in Egyptis an evolving Web resource.It is our hope that it becomes a starting point for future research on the subject. To do it, the cooperation with all the researchers working in the field of Egyptology, archaeology and Roman history is fundamental and we thank in advance all colleagues who will send us any new information and/or material.
    Please see the News section of this Web site for periodic updates.

    ex oriente

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    ex oriente
    http://www.exoriente.org/bilder/logo/logo.png
    ex oriente e.V. is a scientific society founded in 1994 by researchers of the Institutes of Near Eastern Archaeology and Ancient Oriental Studies at the Free University of Berlin. We are an independent organization encouraging interdisciplinary and transnational cooperation on the study of environmental history, ancient technologies, and the means of production and subsistence in the Near and Middle East.
    In contrast to traditional research interests of the discipline in Germany, we focus on the lifeway of the people in early societies. The natural environment of the Near East provided conditions that allowed for substantial advances in human cultural development, including:
    • sedentarization
    • domestication of plants and animals
    • irrigation and pastoralism
    • urbanization
    • emergence of states.
    This trajectory was characterized by a continuing emergence of new technologies and subsistence economies. This often involved the adoption of adaptive strategies to compensate for excessive exploitation of natural resources that changed or destroyed environmental conditions. The early examples of enduring human impacts on their surroundings have clear modern analogies in terms of environmental and developmental politics. Thus, the aim of ex oriente is also to make a clear connection between prehistoric and early historical times with present-day environmental and social developments. Research on prehistoric territorial behavior and environmental destruction, conditions under which stratified societies and early patterns of conflict arose, can offer insights into modern developmental problems.

    Open Access Journal: Studies in early Near Eastern production, subsistence, and environment (SENEPSE)

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    Studies in early Near Eastern production, subsistence, and environment (SENEPSE)
    ISSN: 0947-0549 
    SENEPSE 4
    The Prehistory of Jordan, II. Perspectives from 1997, ed. by H.G.K. Gebel, Z. Kafafi, and G.O. Rollefson (1997).

    (49 contributions, III + 662 pages, 207 figures, 46 plates, 153 tables, paperback) [ISBN 978-3-98042413-4]

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    SENEPSE 1
    Neolithic Chipped Stone Industries of the Fertile Crescent, ed. by H.G. Gebel and S.K. Kozlowski (1994).

    (44 contributions, IV + 601 pages, 270 figures, 16 plates, 89 tables, paperback) [ISBN 978-3-98042410-3]
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    Open Access Articles from ex oriente

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    Open Access Articles from ex oriente
    H.G.K. Gebel, Territoriality in Early Near Eastern Sedentism (forthcoming)
    in: Sedentism: Worldwide Research Perspectives for the Shift of Human Societies from Mobile to Settled Ways of Life, ed. by M. Reindel et al. Proceedings of the Research Cluster 1 Workshop, 23rd-24th October, 2008 (Berlin, German Archaeological Institute). submission: 9/5/2010

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    H.G.K. Gebel, The PPN1-6 Workshops: Agendas, Tendencies, Future.
    in: E. Healey, S. Campbell and O. Maeda (eds), The State of the Stone: Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Lithics. SENEPSE 13: 1–22. Berlin: ex oriente (2011).
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    H.G.K. Gebel, Commodification and the Formation of Early Neolithic Social Identity. The Issues Seen From the Southern Jordanian Highlands.
    in: M. Benz (ed.), The Principle of Sharing. Segregation and Construction of Social Identities at the Transition from Foraging to Farming. SENEPSE14: 31-80. Berlin, ex oriente (2010).
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    H.G.K. Gebel, The Domestication of Vertical Space: The Case of Steep-Slope LPPNB Architecture in Southern Jordan.
    in: Domesticating Space: Construction, Community, and Cosmology in the Late Prehistoric Near East. ed. by E.B. Banning and M. Chazan. SENEPSE 12: 65-74. Berlin: ex oriente (2006).
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    H.G.K. Gebel, Central to What? The Centrality Issue of the LPPNB Mega-Site Phenomenon in Jordan.
    in: Central Settlements in Neolithic Jordan. ed. by H.D. Bienert, H.G.K. Gebel, and R. Neef. SENEPSE 5: 1-19. Berlin: ex oriente (2004).
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    H.G.K. Gebel, Walls. Loci of Forces.
    in: Magic Practices and Ritual in the Near Eastern Neolithic. ed. by H.G.K. Gebel, B.D. Hermansen, and Ch. Hoffmann Jensen. SENEPSE 8: 119-132. Berlin: ex oriente (2002).
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    H.D. Bienert and H.G.K. Gebel, Summary on Ba'ja 1997, and Insights From Later Seasons.
    in: Central Settlements in Neolithic Jordan, ed. by H.D. Bienert, H.G.K. Gebel, and R. Neef. SENEPSE 5: 119-144. Berlin: ex oriente (2004).
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    Tropis Conference Proceedings Online

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    Tropis Conference Proceedings
    Please browse the links below to view and download full volumes of the proceedings of the Tropis Conferences I-VII.

    Tropis I (1985)
    16 MB

    Tropis II
    (1990)
    15 MB

    Tropis III
    (1995)
    22 MB


    Tropis IV
    (1995)
    25 MB


    Tropis V
    (1999)
    25 MB
    Tropis VI (2001)
    30 MB

    Tropis VII (2002)
    Vol. 1, 23 MB



    Tropis VII
    (2002)
    Vol. 2, 21 MB


    California Classical Studies Launched

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    California Classical Studies
    http://calclassicalstudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/CCS_logo_masthead2.jpg
    California Classical Studies publishes peer-reviewed long-form scholarship with online open access and print-on-demand availability. The primary aim of the series is to disseminate basic research (editing and analysis of primary materials both textual and physical), data-heavy research, and highly specialized research of the kind that is either hard to place with the leading publishers in Classics or extremely expensive for libraries and individuals when produced by a leading academic publisher. In addition to promoting archaeological publications, papyrological and epigraphic studies, technical textual studies, and the like, the series will also produce selected titles of a more general profile.

    The startup phase of this project (2013-2015) is supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
    Kurke, Leslie: The Traffic in Praise: Pindar and the Poetics of Social Economy, 2013
    Abstract: Pindar’s epinikian odes were poems commissioned to celebrate athletic victories in the first half of the fifth century BCE. Drawing on the insights of interpretive anthropology and cultural history, Leslie Kurke investigates how the socially...

    Cyrus' Paradise: The World's First Online Collaborative Commentary to an Ancient Text

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    Cyrus' Paradise: The World's First Online Collaborative Commentary to an Ancient Text
    Cyrus’ Paradise is the world’s first comprehensive, online, collaborative commentary for a Classical text: Xenophon’s Education of Cyrus (Cyropaedia). Cyrus’ Paradise incorporates contributions from all generations and communities, from high school and college students to advanced professors to amateur enthusiasts. Contributions take the form of multimedia (pictures, audio, video), grammatical and syntactical instruction, and discussion in the form of questions, comments, and blog posts. Because it is always growing, the collaborative commentary is designed to produce new readings of the text with every new participant. It may be used as a tool for scholarly research at any stage, from a prospectus to a polished article. It may also be used as an intermediate or upper-level Greek text. Sample syllabuses are provided here. Our approach has been to provide students with every conceivable resource for understanding and interpreting the text (e.g., grammatical/syntactical aid, parsing, tree-banking, vocabulary, video instruction, audio recordings), while at the same time developing every conceivable way to assess student mastery.

    Open Access Journal: Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature

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    Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature
    http://www.oqimta.org.il/images/top-en.jpg
    Oqimta is a digitized research journal devoted to all spheres and types of talmudic and rabbinical literature – Halakha and Agada
    The articles in this journal undergo academic appraisal and redaction, and are published in the accepted languages for Judaica research.
    Oqimta will be appearing once a year, in digitized form, and is available free of charge to the reading public. Articles that have completed the publication process will be uploaded to the site prior to the finalization of the issue, and can be found on the "In Publication" page.
    We are pleased to present the inaugural issue: Oqimta 1 (5773 [2013]) containing thirteen articles. We take this opportunity to invite you to subscribe to our mailing list (see subscribe), and to send us your submissions (see Instructions for Authors).
    Issue 1 (5773 [2013

    Shlomo E. Glicksberg
    Noise as a nuisance in Tannaitic literature, from Casuistics to Conceptalization (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Moti Arad
    "Ye shall surely destroy all the places, wherein the nations that ye are to dispossess served their gods” - The Annihilation of Idolatry in Tanaitic Halakha (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Gilad Sasson
    "God Stands in the Congregation of God" - Divine Inspiration by the Praying Congregation (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Ephraim Bezalel Halivni
    Either X or Y: are both Options Equally Appropriate (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Menachem Ben Shalom
    Additional Notes on the Verse: “For an impaled body is an affront to God” (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Shamma Friedman
    Three Sage Stories in Light of a Recently Discovered Unknown Textual Tradition of Tractate Shabbat (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Rabin Shushtri
    The Comparative Relation of the Yemenite Textual Witnesses for Tractate Sukkah of the Babylonian Talmud (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Israel Hazani
    Meir Ish-Shalom on the Emigration of Jacob's Sons to Egypt, or: “Who is a Jew?” (Heb.)
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Shulamit Valler
    The Talmudic discussion on building a porter's lodge and a door for the courtyard
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Yishai Kiel
    Cognizance of Sin and Penalty in the Babylonian Talmud and Pahlavi Literature: A Comparative Analysis
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Jay Rovner
    Metasystemic and Structural Indicators of Late-Stage Babylonian Stammaitic Compositions, Both Halakhic and Aggadic
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Leor Jacobi
    Jewish Hawking in Medieval France: Falconry, Rabbenu Tam, and the Tosafists
    פתח קובץ Summary

    Israel Drazin
    Nachmanides Introduced the Notion that Targum Onkelos Contains Derash
    פתח קובץ Summary












    New Open Access Journal: Figura. Studi sull’immagine nella tradizione classica

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    Figura. Studi sull’immagine nella tradizione classica
    P-ISSN 2317-4633
    E-ISSN 2317-4625
    http://figura.art.br/revista/wp-content/themes/Studi/img/logo.png
     Figura. Studi sull’immagine nella Tradizione Classica is a new international journal to be published twice yearly online with unrestricted access, in order to  disseminate current research and writing on the Classical Tradition’s repertoire. The journal will encompass studies of Antiquity’s visual and textual culture, as well as appropriations and transfigurations of this legacy in the ancient and post-ancient world. Post-antiquity may be taken to include the contemporary period, therefore the cut-off used as a frame of reference for content proposed by Figura is conceptual rather than temporal, which calls for a distinction in this respect...

    Figura. Studi sull’immagine nella Tradizione Classica is a new international journal to be published twice yearly online with unrestricted access, in order to  disseminate current research and writing on the Classical Tradition’s repertoire. The journal will encompass studies of Antiquity’s visual and textual culture, as well as appropriations and transfigurations of this legacy in the ancient and post-ancient world. Post-antiquity may be taken to include the contemporary period, therefore the cut-off used as a frame of reference for content proposed by Figura is conceptual rather than temporal, which calls for a distinction in this respect...     

    Open Access Journal: CLASSICA: Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos

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    ISSN 0103-4316 [versão impressa]
    ISSN 2176-6436 [versão on lin]
    CLASSICA é um periódico arbitrado, de caráter cultural e científico, editado pela Sociedade Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos desde 1988. Seu foco é o mundo clássico, mas sem excluir outras sociedades antigas do Velho Mundo. A ótica é diversificada: história, literatura, antropologia, arqueologia, linguística, artes, filosofia...

    New Open Access Journal: Onoba. Revista de arqueología y antigüedad

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    Onoba. Revista de arqueología y antigüedad
    ISSN 2340-4027
    http://www.uhu.es/publicaciones/ojs/public/journals/13/homeHeaderTitleImage_es_ES.jpg
    Onoba, Revista de Arqueología y Antigüedad, con ISSN 2340-3047, es una publicación del Área de Arqueología de la Universidad de Huelva, de periodicidad anual y editada desde el año 2013. Esta revista utiliza el sistema de revisión externa por expertos (peer-review) en el conocimiento de los objetos investigados y en las metodologías utilizadas en las investigaciones. Adopta y se adhiere a las normas de publicación establecidas por la APA
    Onoba, Revista de Arqueología y Antigüedad, tiene como objeto la difusión de los resultados de la investigación teórica y técnica sobre arqueología y mundo antiguo. Los trabajos deben ser originales, no publicados, ni estar siendo considerados en otra revisa para su publicación. Serán considerados para publicación los siguientes tipos de trabajos: investigaciones originales, novedades recientes,  y reseñas críticas sobre textos recién publicados...

    No 1 (2013)

    Table of Contents

    Revista Completa

    Revista Completa ABSTRACTRAR (Español (España))
    J. M. Campos Carrasco

    Artículos

    Presentación ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Juan M. Campos Carrasco
    Excavación arqueológica en el dolmen de la Fuente del Corcho (Belmez, Córdoba) ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Beatriz Gavilán Ceballos, Yessica Rodríguez Espinosa, Rafael Maura Mijares
    A cerâmica pintada da II Idade do Ferro do Castelo de Castro Marim ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Francisco B. Gomes, Ana Margarida Arruda
    «Braseros» de bronce protohistóricos en Extremadura. Viejos y nuevos hallazgos; nuevas y viejas ideas ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Javier Jiménez Ávila
    Contactos del Mediterráneo oriental en el suroeste de la Península Ibérica durante los siglos xiv-viii a.C. ¿Marinos orientales o Fenicios atemporales? ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Francisco Gómez Toscano
    Trajano fundador. el último impulso colonizador del imperio ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Javier Bermejo Meléndez, Santiago Robles Esparcia, Juan M. Campos Carrasco
    Las termas y el Suburbium marítimo de Baelo Claudia Avance de un reciente descubrimiento ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Dario Bernal, A. Arévalo, A. Muñoz, J. A. Expósito, J. J. Díaz, J. Lagóstena, J. M. Vargas, M. Lara, E. Moreno, A. M. Sáez, M. Bustamante
    El Pomerium invisible. A propósito de las características arquitectónicas de los recintos amurallados de la colonia Romula Hispalis ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Daniel Jiménez Maqueda, Pedro Pérez Quesada
    El mundo funerario en la ciudad romana de Onoba: Las manifestaciones arquitectónicas de la necrópolis Norte ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Lucía Fernández Sutillo, Juan M. Campos Carrasco, Nuria de la O Vidal Teruel
    La ruptura funeraria del pomerium desde su nacimiento y hasta su desaparición. enterramientos in urbe1 ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Manuel Dionisio Ruiz Bueno
    Salsamentum Sur-Hispano: apuntes para su estudio ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Pilar Corrales Aguilar
    La Fodina de Aguas Teñidas (Almonaster la Real, Huelva) ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Juan Aurelio Pérez Macias, Diego González Batanero, Agustín García González, Alejandra Echevarría Sánchez
    La Almunia Cordobesa, entre las fuentes historiográficas y arqueológicas ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Fernando López Cuevas
    Algunas notas sobre arqueología y colonialismo. la zona española del protectorado marroquí, 1912-1945 ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Enrique Gozalbes Cravioto, Manuel Jesús Parodi Álvarez, Javier Verdugo Santos

    Varia



    A datação pelo radiocarbono de elementos de rodas romanas de Madeira para elevação de água nas M inas de Rio Tinto ABSTRACTPDF (Español (España))
    Aquilino Delgado Domínguez, António Manuel Monge Soares, Paula F. Queiroz

    Amheida Database now Open Access

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    Amheida Database now Open Access
    https://isaw.nyu.edu/about/news/amheida-database-now-open-access/image_mini
    The database of ISAW’s excavations at Amheida (ancient Trimithis, in Egypt’s Dakhla Oasis), is now open to public use at www.amheida.com. Electronic versions of the volumes of the series Amheida will soon be systematically linked to object and stratigraphic context records, allowing much richer description and photographic documentation to be available to users. Records for unpublished finds are also being made available; all records indicate the status of the material and how it can be used. The Amheida team hopes that in this way the finds at the site can be made available in preliminary fashion before a full analytic publication is prepared, and that scholars working on other sites can find where Amheida might offer relevant comparative material. Annual field reports and links to or scans of publications continue to be available through the project site at www.amheida.org.

    Additionally, the first volume in the series of final reports Amheida I: Ostraka from Trimithis 1 is also online via the NYU's Ancient World Digital Library.

    The Amheida excavations are directed by ISAW’s Leon Levy Director, Roger Bagnall. Paola Davoli (Università del Salento) is the archaeological field director, and Bruno Bazzani is responsible for the database.

    Institute of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg, Archaeological Projects

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    Institute of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg, Archaeological Projects

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    Российская комплексная экспедиция в Республике Йемен


    Экспедиция работает с 1983 г.
    Организатор: Институт востоковедения РАН
    Руководитель: д.и.н. Седов А.В.
    Руководитель сокотрийского отряда: д.и.н., проф. Наумкин В.В.

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    От Института востоковедения в ней приняли участие директор ИВ РАН, чл.-корр. РАН, д.и.н., проф. В.В. Наумкин, директор Музея искусств народов Востока, д.и.н. А.В. Седов, к.ф.н. Л.Е. Коган, к.и.н. А.В. Сарабьев.
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    Российская Археологическая экспедиция в Гизе (Египет), Восточное плато

    Экспедиция основана Институтом востоковедения РАН, работает на плато Гиза с 1996 г. В зону исследований входит восточная оконечность Восточного некрополя Гизы, на которой расположены скальные гробницы представителей египетской знати и некрополь среднего класса египетского общества эпохи Древнего царства (III тыс. до н.э.).

    Руководитель экспедиции:
    д.и.н. Элеонора Кормышева


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    Российско-итальянская археологическая экспедиция в Абу Эртейла (остров Мероэ, Республика Судан).


    Организована в рамках договора, заключенного между Институтом востоковедения РАН и Институтом Африки и Ближнего Востока Италии (IsIAO, Рим).
    Экспедиция работает на археологическом памятнике Абу-Эртейла (Северный Судан, область Бутана, т.н. «Остров Мероэ»). Концессия выделена экспедиции Национальной Корпорацией Древностей и Музеев Судана.

    Содиректора экспедиции:
    Элеонора Кормышева (д.и.н., ИВ РАН),
    Эудженио Фантусати (IsIAO)

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    Саяно-Алтайская эпиграфическая экспедиция ИВ РАН
    Руководитель: зав. Отделом истории Востока ИВ РАН, д.и.н., проф. Д.Д. Васильев
    Полевой сезон 2011

    Open Access Books from Museu de Prehistòria de València

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    Museu de Prehistòria de València: Serie Trabajos Varios del SIP
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    A. SANCHIS SERRA Y J. LLUÍS PASCUAL BENITO (eds.)
    2013
      Ver

    Pere Pau Ripollès
    2013
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    P. JARDÓN, C. PÉREZ, B. SOLER (eds.)
    2012
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    P. JARDÓN, C. PÉREZ, B. SOLER (eds.)
    2012
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    PÉREZ JORDÀ, G.; BERNABEU, J.; CARRIÓN, Y.; GARCÍA PUCHOL, O.; MOLINA, LL. Y GÓMEZ PUCHE, M.
    2011
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    GOZALBES FERNÁNDEZ DE PALENCIA, M.
    2011
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    GOZALBES FERNÁNDEZ DE PALENCIA, M.
    2011
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    H. BONET ROSADO y J. VIVES-FERRÁNDIZ SÁNCHEZ (eds.)
    2011
      Ver

    C. MATA PARREÑO, E. BADAL GARCÍA, EVA COLLADO MATAIX Y PERE PAU RIPOLLÈS ALEGRE (eds.)
    2010
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    ÁNGELA PÉREZ FERNÁNDEZ Y BEGOÑA SOLER MAYOR (Coord.)
    2010
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    ÁNGELA PÉREZ FERNÁNDEZ Y BEGOÑA SOLER MAYOR (coords.)
    2010
      Ver

    E. RIPOLLÉS ADELANTADO, L. FORTEA CERVERA Y S. JUCHNOWICZ
    2003
      Ver

    Textos: Juan Antonio Alcántara, Clara Marcilla i Begoña Soler / Fotografies: Direcció General de Patrimoni Cultural Valencià. Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Esport. MAGA Museu Arqueològic de Gandia. Pilar Morales. Museu Siyâsa, Cieza (Múrcia)
    2006
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    Textos: Juan Antonio Alcántara, Clara Marcilla y Begoña Soler / Fotografías: Direcció General de Patrimoni Cultural Valencià. Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Esport. MAGA Museu Arqueològic de Gandia. Pilar Morales. Museu Siyâsa, Cieza (Murcia)
    2006
      Ver

    E. Ripollés - L. Fortea
    2006
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    E. Ripollés - L. Fortea
    2006
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    Helena Bonet, Carlos Ferrer, Alberto Lorrio, Consuelo Mata y Jaime Vives-Ferrándiz
    2009
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    Helena Bonet, Carlos Ferrer, Alberto Lorrio, Consuelo Mata i Jaime Vives-Ferrándiz
    2009
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    J. SALAZAR, I. DOMINGO, J. Mª. AZKÁRRAGA y H. BONET (coords.)
    2008
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    J. SALAZAR, I. DOMINGO, J. Mª. AZKÁRRAGA i H. BONET (coords.)
    2008
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    BONET, H.; CHINER, F.; LLORENS, Mª. M.; PEDRO, Mª. J. de
    1996
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    BONET, H.; CHINER, F.; LLORENS, Mª. M.; PEDRO, Mª. J. de
    1996
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textes y desenvolupament didàctic: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
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    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
      Ver

    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz, Eva Ripollés/ Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
      Ver

    Idea, textos y desarollo didáctico: Laura Fortea, Sara Juchnowicz y Eva Ripollés / Ilustraciones: Francisco Chiner
    2006
      Ver

    Texto: Laura Fortea y Eva Ripollés / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2004
      Ver

    Texto: Laura Fortea y Eva Ripollés / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2004
      Ver

    Textos: Helena Bonet, Carles Ferrer, Consuelo Mata y Jaime Vives-Ferrándiz / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2007
      Ver

    Textos: Helena Bonet, Carles Ferrer, Consuelo Mata y Jaime Vives-Ferrándiz / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2007
      Ver

    Textos: Consuelo Mata y Jeroni Valor / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2005
      Ver

    Textos: Consuelo Mata y Jeroni Valor / Diseño: Ángel Sánchez
    2005
      Ver

    BALLESTER TORMO, I. (incluye un texto de P. BELTRÁN)
    1935
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    LLORENS FORCADA, Mª. M.; RIPOLLÈS ALEGRE, P. P.; DOMENECH BELDA, C.
    1997
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    RIPOLLÉS ALEGRE, P. P.; LLORENS FORCADA, Mª. M.
    1999
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    FLETCHER VALLS, D.
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    Antiquity+ provides access to free content, including Project Gallery articles, reviews, online supplements and prize winning articles!

    Here you can also access Chris Scarre's editorial podcast and his three 'Editor's choice' articles from the Antiquity archive.

    Antiquity+ provides interactive facilities for our users, including a thesis archive that allows recent doctoral graduates to upload an abstract of their thesis.


    British Institute at Ankara Pottery Collections Online

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    British Institute at Ankara Pottery Collections
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    Pottery collections

    The Institute houses a collection of pottery assembled between the 1940s and the 1970s. The majority is fragmentary pottery (and occasional stone items) from surface surveys, such as the Central Anatolian Survey, but there is also sample material from some important excavations carried out in Turkey under the auspices of the British Institute such as Mersin, Hacılar, Beycesultan and Catal Höyük; and some obsidian from Ashikli Höyük. There are over 1000 boxes of material organised into 3 broad categories: survey, excavation and published material; as well as a 'study' and 'slide' collection. All periods are represented, from the Neolithic to the Ottoman and although not all types of pottery from Anatolia may be represented, examples of the vast majority of types can be found.

    Other materials

    As well as pottery, a limited range of other archaeological material, in particular obsidian from Asikli Höyük, and a few scattered stone tools at a range of survey sites of the 1960s and 70s. This is complemented by a small geological collection including obsidian nodules from Ian Todd's pioneering exploration of obsidian sources in Anatolia.

    Collections database

    The Collection database currently includes photographs and provenance data (ie. source archaeological site) for the majority of the survey material, with the excavated and study collections to follow soon. The database was been designed to facilitate greater use of the collection by scholars from around the world by publicising its contents, and encouraging further publication or data generation.

    The web interface uses Google Maps as a mapping tool to show the position of sites in the database, to the closest village. Clicking on the yellow site icon opens the site definition page which shows thumbnail images of the pottery from this site. The site page also shows nearby sites and provides links to related informtion. This thumbnail may be enlarged further, and the reference to the storage information of the item obtained.

    The system has been designed to enable different material types to be searched, so although only pottery has been currently included, the obsidian and squeeze collections may be included in the future. 


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    Aural Akkadian: Babylonian and Assyrian Poetry and Literature: An Archive of Recordings

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    Babylonian and Assyrian Poetry and Literature:  An Archive of Recordings
    This website collects recordings of modern Assyriologists reading ancient Babylonian and Assyrian poetry and literature aloud in the original language. It is the first undertaking of its kind, and accordingly some explanation of its aims is called for.
    It is intended to serve several purposes, some for Assyriologists, and some for the wider public. First, it aims to foster interest among students of Babylonia and Assyria in how these civilisations’ works of verbal art were read aloud in the past, and how they should be read aloud today.
    Second, it provides a forum in which scholars who have theories about Babylonian and Assyrian pronunciation, metre, etc. can present a concrete example of how their theories sound in practice. (In this function the archive does not of course aim to replace scholarly discussion in established channels, but rather to provide a useful complement to written publications).
    Third, as a record of the ways in which contemporary scholars read Babylonian and Assyrian, it will some day serve a historical function. Many great Assyriologists, including some who had influential theories of Babylonian metre and phonology, passed into history without leaving a single recording of how they read Babylonian and Assyrian. This archive will provide at least some record of how scholars read Babylonian and Assyrian in the twenty-first century.
    Finally, but not least, the questions which students of ancient languages most frequently hear from laymen are: "How did they sound? And how do you know?". This website is meant to serve as an introduction to these issues, providing the public with some idea of how modern Assyriologists think Babylonian and Assyrian were pronounced.

    The Recordings

    Special characters (tsade and tet) are in Steve Tinney's Ungkam font, derived from sil.org's Gentium font. To display them correctly, download the font from oracc.museum.upenn.edu/doc/user/fonts. The download is free. There are both a Mac Suitcase version and a Win/Linux OpenType version.

    The Old Babylonian Period (c. 1900-1500 BCE)

    Ammi-Ditana’s Hymn to Ishtar
    The Codex Hammurabi
    The Epic of Gilgamesh, Old Babylonian Version, Tablet II
    The Epic of Gilgamesh, Old Babylonian Version, BM+VAT
    The Epic of Anzû, Old Babylonian Version, Tablet II
    Atra-Hasīs, Old Babylonian Version, Tablet I
    Diviner's Prayer to the Gods of the Night
    Incantation for Dog Bite
    Letter of Marduk-nāṣir to Ruttum (AbB III 15)
    Letter of Kurkurtum to Erīb-Sîn (AbB XII 89)

    The First Millennium BC

    The Epic of Gilgamesh, Standard Version, Tablet XI
    The Babylonian Poem of the Righteous Sufferer (Ludlul bēl nēmeqi), Tablet II
    The Babylonian Epic of Creation (Enūma elîš), Tablet I
    Ištar's Descent to the Netherworld
    The Šamaš Hymn
    And see also: