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Open Access Journal: Археологія

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 [First posted in AWOL 12 November 2014, updated 7 July 2019]

Археологія
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Відкритий доступ до номерів журналу "Археологія"

Спілка археологів України за ініціативи Сергія Горбаненказа узгодженням з редакцією журналу «Археологія» Інституту археології НАН України розпочинає оприлюднення в інтернеті випусків «Археології» з 1947 р. включно.
Висловлюємо щиру вдячність всім, хто допомагає проекту, особливо:
Геннадію Свистуну, Марині Сергеєвій,
а також співробітникам кафедри археології історичного факультету Київського Національного університету імені Тараса Шевченка.

Крім того надаємо посилання на номери «Археології», викладені на інших ресурсах.

Також
| 1947, вип. I. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1948, вип. IІ. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1950, вип. IIІ. Зміст, Збірник | | 1950, вип. IV. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1951, вип. V. Зміст, Збірник | | 1952, вип. VI. Зміст, Збірник | | 1952, вип. VII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1953, вип. VIII. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1954, вип. IX. Зміст, Збірник | | 1957, вип. X. Зміст, Збірник | | 1957, вип. XI. Зміст, Збірник | | 1961, вип. XII. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1961, вип. XIII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1962, вип. XIV. Зміст, Збірник | | 1963, вип. XV. Зміст, Збірник | | 1964, вип. XVI. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1964, вип. XVII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1965, вип. XVIII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1965, вип. XIX. Зміст, Збірник | | 1966, вип. XX. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1968, вип. XXI. Зміст, Збірник | | 1969, вип. XXII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1970, вип. XXIII. Зміст, Збірник | | 1970, вип. XXIV. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1971, вип. 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 1971, вип. 2. Зміст, Збірник | | 1971, вип. 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1971, вип. 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1972, вип. 5. Зміст, Збірник | | 1972, вип. 6. Зміст, Збірник | | 1972, вип. 7. Зміст, Збірник | | 1973, вип. 8. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1973, вип. 9. Зміст, Збірник | | 1973, вип. 10. Зміст, Збірник | | 1973, вип. 11. Зміст, Збірник | | 1973, вип. 12. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1974, вип. 13. Зміст, Збірник | | 1974, вип. 14. Зміст, Збірник | | 1975, вип. 15. Зміст, Збірник | | 1975, вип. 16. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1975, вип. 17. Зміст, Збірник | | 1975, вип. 18. Зміст, Збірник | | 1976, вип. 19. Зміст, Збірник | | 1976, вип. 20. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1977, вип. 21. Зміст, Збірник | | 1977, вип. 22. Зміст, Збірник | | 1977, вип. 23. Зміст, Збірник | | 1977, вип. 24. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1978, вип. 25. Зміст, Збірник | | 1978, вип. 26. Зміст, Збірник | | 1978, вип. 27. Зміст, Збірник | | 1978, вип. 28. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1979, вип. 29. Зміст, Збірник | | 1979, вип. 30. Зміст, Збірник | | 1979, вип. 31. Зміст, Збірник | | 1979, вип. 32. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1980, вип. 33. Зміст, Збірник | | 1980, вип. 34. Зміст, Збірник | | 1980, вип. 35. Зміст, Збірник | | 1981, вип. 36. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1982, вип. 37. Зміст, Збірник | | 1982, вип. 38. Зміст, Збірник | | 1982, вип. 39. Зміст, Збірник | | 1982, вип. 40. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1982, вип. 41. Зміст, Збірник | | 1983, вип. 42. Зміст, Збірник | | 1983, вип. 43. Зміст, Збірник | | 1983, вип. 44. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1984, вип. 45. Зміст, Збірник | | 1984, вип. 46. Зміст, Збірник | | 1984, вип. 47. Зміст, Збірник | | 1984, вип. 48. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1985, вип. 49. Зміст, Збірник | | 1985, вип. 50. Зміст, Збірник | | 1985, вип. 51. Зміст, Збірник | | 1985, вип. 52. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1986, вип. 53.Зміст, Збірник | | 1986, вип. 54. Зміст, Збірник | | 1986, вип. 55. Зміст, Збірник | | 1986, вип. 56. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1987, вип. 57. Зміст, Збірник | | 1987, вип. 58. Зміст, Збірник | | 1987, вип. 59. Зміст, Збірник | | 1987, вип. 60. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1988, вип. 61. Зміст, Збірник | | 1988, вип. 62. Зміст, Збірник | | 1988, вип. 63. Зміст, Збірник | | 1988, вип. 64. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1989, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1989, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1989, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1989, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1990, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1990, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1990, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1990, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1991, № 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 1991, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1991, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1991, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1992, № 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 1992, № 2. Зміст, Збірник | | 1992, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1992, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1993, № 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 1993, № 2. Зміст, Збірник | | 1993, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1993, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1994, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1994, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1994, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1994, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1995, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1995, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1995, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1995, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1996, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1996, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1996, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1996, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1997, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1997, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1997, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1997, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 1998, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1998, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1998, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 1998, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 1999, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 1999, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 1999, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 1999, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2000, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 2000, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 2000, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 2000, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2001, № 1.Зміст, Збірник | | 2001, № 2. Зміст, Збірник | | 2001, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2001, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2002, № 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 2002, № 2.Зміст, Збірник | | 2002, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2002, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2003, № 1. Зміст, Збірник | | 2003, № 2. Зміст, Збірник | | 2003, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2003, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2004, № 1.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2004, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2004, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2004, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2005, № 1.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2005, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2005, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2005, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2006, № 1. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2006, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2006, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2006, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2007, № 1.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2007, № 2.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2007, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 2007, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2008, № 1. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2008, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2008, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2008, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2009, № 1. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2009, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2009, № 3. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2009, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2010, № 1. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2010, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2010, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2010, № 4.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2011, № 1.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2011, № 2.Зміст, Збірник |
| 2011, № 3.Зміст, Збірник | | 2011, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2012, № 1. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2012, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2012, № 3. Зміст, Збірник | | 2012, № 4. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2013, № 1. ЗмістЗбірник |
| 2013, № 2. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2013, № 3. Зміст, Збірник |
| 2013, № 4.ЗмістЗбірник |
| 2014, № 3. Зміст / Content, Збірник | | 2014, № 4. Зміст / Content, Збірник |



Open Access Journal: Suhayl

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[First posted in AWOL 23 February 2011. Updated 8 July 2019]

Suhayl. International Journal for the History of the Exact and Natural Sciences in Islamic Civilisation
ISSN 1576-9372
ISSN electrònic 2013-620X
Suhayl. International Journal for the History of the Exact and Natural Sciences in Islamic Civilisation
Suhayl  (ISSN 1576-9372 / ISSN electrònic 2013-620X) és una revista anual  publicada pel Grup Millàs Vallicrosa d'Història de la Ciència Àrab de la  Universitat de Barcelona que s'edita en llengua anglesa i àrab. Des de  2009 es publica en col·laboració amb la Commision on History of Science  and Technology in Islamic Societies (IUPHS-DHS).

"Suhayl" (Canop) és una estrella usada sovint per la tradició islàmica  com a indicador de la qibla, la direcció de La Meca, ja que l'axis  principal de la Ka'ba està orientat cap el punt de la seva sortida.

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Open Access Journal: Notiziario di Studi e Ricerche in corso

Open Access Journal: Cuneiform Commentaries Project Newsletter

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Cuneiform Commentaries Project Newsletter
The origins of the Cuneiform Commentaries Project (CCP) go back to E. Frahm’s 2011 study on Mesopotamian commentaries. Even though it included numerous quotations of individual commentary entries, Frahm’s study was not aimed at publishing in full large numbers of commentaries. Its goal was rather to provide a comprehensive catalog of every known commentary tablet. The book made it abundantly clear that there was a need for a comprehensive edition of all known commentary tablets: of the 878 known tablets and fragments, only 396 were edited, and still only a handful of those in modern, reliable editions. In contrast 482 commentary tablets (55% of the total) remain either unedited or entirely unpublished. Frahm’s monograph thus constitutes the basis for the ultimate goal of editing all the commentaries, including those that have never been properly studied before.

See AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies


Open Access Monograph Series: Collection de l'École française de Rome

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Collection de l'École française de Rome
Publications de l’École française de Rome 
L'École française de Rome publie les travaux de ses membres et le résultat des ses activités scientifiques en histoire, archéologie et dans les sciences sociales. Les ouvrages sont principalement publiés au sein des séries traditionnelles : la Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) créée en 1876, et la Collection de l'École française de Rome (CEF) créée en 1964.

Open Acccess Monograph Series: Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome

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Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome
Publications de l’École française de Rome 
L'École française de Rome publie les travaux de ses membres et le résultat des ses activités scientifiques en histoire, archéologie et dans les sciences sociales. Les ouvrages sont principalement publiés au sein des séries traditionnelles : la Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) créée en 1876, et la Collection de l'École française de Rome (CEF) créée en 1964.

And see AWOL's Alphabetical List of Open Access Monograph Series in Ancient Studies

CDLI News

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The 486 proto-Elamite tablets from Susa published in MDP 26 and housed in the National Museum of Iran (NMI), Tehran, have been imaged, processed and uploaded to web <https://tinyurl.com/yy77tf42>. This  milestone brings to completion the online posting of a near complete set of published proto-Elamite tablets from both the Louvre Museum, Paris, and the National Museum of Iran, Tehran.

A majority of the tablets were imaged by M. Parsa Daneshmand (University of Oxford), with the assistance of S. Piran (National Museum of Iran, Tehran) and Sepideh Yeganeh (University of Tehran). In the first instance we upload the flatbed images, while we are processing our additional digital photos. This work is part of the on-going collaboration between the CDLI and the NMI
<https://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=news/national-museum-iran-cuneiform-collection-joins-cdli>. A more comprehensive overview of our joint efforts with colleagues in Iran to digitise cuneiform collections there will be sent out separately.

Images of c. 650 cylinder seals in the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) have been posted to web <https://tinyurl.com/y6rua6g2>.
Most of the plates contain an image of the side of the seal and top of bottom as well as a digital unwrapping, a mirrored and enhanced unwrapping, an image of a roll-out if available, and various
microscopic detail images. Additional web-resources for the study of seals are currently being developed by members of the CDLI. A specific website has recently been launched <http://sespoa.huma-num.fr>. Our work in the BnF has been funded by the French research cluster LabEx“The Pasts in the Present”, and the University of Oxford.

The transliterations of large numbers of texts have been added and corrected by collaborators of the CDLI. Our current log of updates lists more than 5500 updates since September 2018. We are particularly thankful for the contributions of Richard Firth, Cale Johnson, Dan Foxvog, Bram Jagersma,  Els Woestenburg, William McGrath, Bob Englund, Tohru Osaka, Alba de Ridder, Émilie Pagé-Perron, Martijn Kokken, Bertrand Lafont, Jacob L Dahl, and Jinyan Wang. Others have contributed substantial edits to the catalog.

Veronica Hughey, CDLI student assistant at UCLA, has prepared images of the following texts for the CDLI: SANTAG 9 (214 texts); BIN 10 (329 texts); BiMes 17 (45 texts); BiMes 19 (22  texts); JSSSS 2 (119 texts); WAS I & II (253 & 443 seals).

Publications:
Five new additions have been made to the CDLI Preprints (CDLP).

CDLP <https://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=cuneiform-digital-library-preprints>

  • 13.0  P.J. Huber. "Early Linguists."
  • 14.0  J.L. Dahl, H. Hameeuew, K. Wagensonner. "Looking both forward and back: imaging cuneiform.”
  • 15.0 J. Peterson. "The Literary Sumerian of Old Babylonian Ur: UET 6/1-3 in Transliteration and Translation with Select Commentary Part 1/3."
  • 16.0 J. Peterson. "The Literary Sumerian of Old Babylonian Ur: UET 6/1-3 in Transliteration and Translation with Select Commentary Part 2/3."
  • 17.0 J. Peterson. "The Literary Sumerian of Old Babylonian Ur: UET 6/1-3 in Transliteration and Translation with Select Commentary Part 3/3."

New collaborations:
Natural History Museum of Utah is currently preparing digital files for their collection of c. 80 cuneiform tablets published in 1997 by David Owen (in ASJ 19) to be added to CDLI. A fuller introduction to the collection will be published in the next digest.

Google Summer of Code 2019:
We are proud to announce that CDLI was chosen for a second year for he Google Summer of Code 2019. Each year, Google offers summer internship positions to full-time students that participate in the elaboration of Open Source code with chosen organizations. This year, Assyriologists, computer scientists and computational linguists unite to mentor a very interesting selection of students with projects covering a wide range of topics such as computer vision and neural machine translation of the Sumerian language, using CDLI data. Mentors this year are Émilie Pagé-Perron, Ilya Khait, Willis Monroe, Rune Rattenborg, Jayanth, Shraddha Manchekar, Max Ionov and Niko Shenk.

 Follow this link for more information on individual projects:
<https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/4899131718369280/>

For further information about the program, see :
<https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/>

If you would like to participate as a mentor or student next year, please get in touch with Émilie at epp@ucla.edu.  We are also welcoming volunteer programmer contributions (specifically Python and PHP)  throughout the year.

Call for further collaboration:

CDLI is always looking for lined-based translations (preferably English but other languages welcome), ATF formated transliterations (<http://oracc.museum.upenn.edu/doc/help/editinginatf/cdliatf/index.html>) and curated catalogue data. Do not hesitate to inquire for nstructions concerning formats and workflow.

On behalf of the CDLI
Émilie Pagé-Perron, Bertrand Lafont, Jacob L Dahl

Film: TRIUMPH OVER TIME

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TRIUMPH OVER TIME
n 1947 the American School of Classical Studies at Athens produced a color film called Triumph Over Time. The project was envisioned as a publicity tool to launch the first post-war capital campaign of the American School. The 40-minute film was produced by the numismatist Margaret Thompson and directed by the Swedish American archaeologist, Oscar Broneer.  Fox Movietone processed the motion picture in the United States at the request of the founding owner of Fox Studios, Spyros P. Skouras, who served as a Trustee of the American School from 1946 to 1971.

In 2006, a search through the School’s Archives produced a celluloid original and a wealth of information concerning the film's history. At the same time, the School acquired the papers of Oscar Broneer, which offered unknown information about Broneer’s role in the making of the movie and his active participation in a number of relief organizations helping Greece during WWII. Further research indicates that, although Triumph Over Time was the first of a series of archaeological films made about Greece, it has largely been forgotten. The film received a brief mention in the second volume of the History of the American School at Athens, but was missed by the two most important surveys of existing archaeological films. This is surprising when one considers that it played for over a decade in the United States, England, and Greece, and was used as a diplomatic tool by the U.S. Department before dropping out of circulation.
Read the story behind the filming of Triumph Over Time, here.
Triumph Over Time from ASCSA on Vimeo.

Open Access Monograph Series: Patrimoine de la Méditerranée

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Patrimoine de la Méditerranée
CNRS Éditions
« Patrimoine de la Méditerranée » : une collection qui se propose de retrouver l’esprit des lieux, de les faire revivre à travers leur histoire, de susciter l’imagination du passé. Chaque ouvrage, s’appuyant sur les acquis les plus récents de la recherche, s’organise autour d’un thème privilégié. 

Open Access Monograph Series: Edizioni dell’Istituto Papirologico «G. Vitelli»

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Edizioni dell’Istituto Papirologico «G. Vitelli»
La collana si propone di accogliere l’edizione di testi su papiro dell’antichità greca, romana e bizantina, nonché volumi di studi e approfondimenti su tematiche particolari nel vasto campo della papirologia letteraria e documentaria. Le Edizioni dell’Istituto Papirologico «G. Vitelli» intendono proseguire una più che secolare tradizione, iniziata dalla Società Italiana per la ricerca dei papiri greci e latini in Egitto (1908-1927) e proseguita poi dall’Istituto Papirologico «G. Vitelli». L’Istituto, costituito in seno all’Università di Firenze nel 1928, presenta dal 1939 nella sua denominazione ufficiale il nome di Girolamo Vitelli suo primo direttore e iniziatore degli studi papirologici in Italia.

Coming Soon: Digital Classicist London 2019: Translating the Homeric Scholia

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Digital Classicist London 2019: Translating the Homeric Scholia


 
July 12, 4:30 PM GMT+1
The Homer Multitext project offers a complete, web-based, digital scholarly edition of the contents of the manuscript Venetus A (10th century), the oldest complete witness to the poem, together with its marginal comments (scholia). The text and scholia have been transcribed as a digital diplomatic edition, representing faithfully the text of the manuscript, and marked up with TEI-XML encoding for several key features. In this paper, our goal is double: we will explain something of the importance of this deluxe manuscript and we will describe the work of transcribing and translating it in digital form.

Seminar will be livestreamed and archived at: https://youtu.be/u4GylPmR17s


Full programme: http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2018.html

Open Access Journal: In Situ. Revue des patrimoine

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[First posted in AWOL 1 July 2011, updated 10 Jul 2918]

In Situ. Revue des patrimoine
ISSN électronique 1630-7305
In Situ. Revue des patrimoines offre à l'ensemble des professionnels du patrimoine un
organe de diffusion des résultats de leurs travaux portant sur la connaissance, la conservation et la valorisation du patrimoine. Elle favorise les échanges entre les différents acteurs et les différentes disciplines de la recherche appliquée au patrimoine et met à disposition du public les nouvelles connaissances sur le patrimoine.

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Imagerie numérique et patrimoine culturel : enjeux scientifiques et opérationnels

Imagerie numérique et patrimoine culturel : enjeux scientifiques et opérationnels
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Open Access Journal: Rivista del Museo Egizio

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Rivista del Museo Egizio
ISSN: 2611-3295
La Rivista del Museo Egizio promuove, raccoglie e diffonde le ricerche su tutti gli aspetti della collezione del Museo Egizio di Torino e sui siti archeologici da esso indagati oggi e in passato, nonché studi su argomenti aventi una rilevanza indiretta per la collezione.

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La rivista sta raccogliendo i contributi per il secondo numero (2018). Per le modalità di presentazione e le linee guida, vedi la sezione Pubblica con noi.

RiME 3 (2019)

Open Access Journal: Rheinisches Museum für Philologie

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Rheinisches Museum für Philologie
ISSN: 0035-449X
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Die Zeitschrift wurde 1827 unter dem Titel „Rheinisches Museum für Philologie, Geschichte und griechische Philosophie“ von Barthold Georg Niebuhr, August Böckh und Christian August Brandis gegründet und erschien unter diesem Namen bis 1829/32. Von 1832/33 bis 1839 wurde die Zeitschrift unter dem Titel „Rheinisches Museum für Philologie“ von Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker und August Ferdinand Naeke weitergeführt. Seit 1842 erscheint die „Neue Folge“ des „Rheinischen Museums für Philologie“. Erstherausgeber waren Friedrich Ritschl und Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker (vgl. auch C.W. Müller, Das Rheinische Museum für Philologie 1842–2007. Zum Erscheinen des 150. Bandes der Neuen Folge, RhM 150, 2007, 1–7).

Das „Rheinische Museum für Philologie“ ist die älteste, bis heute erscheinende altertumswissenschaftliche Fachzeitschrift. Seit ihrer Gründung veröffentlicht sie wissenschaftliche Beiträge zu Sprache, Literatur und Geschichte des griechischen und römischen Altertums und seiner Rezeption in den Sprachen Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch und Latein. Sie ist international verbreitet, und die im „Rheinischen Museum für Philologie“ veröffentlichten Artikel sind jeweils drei Jahre nach Erscheinen der Druckfassung kostenfrei im Internet abrufbar.

Alle eingesandten Beiträge werden von wenigstens zwei Experten begutachtet, die dem Herausgebergremium angehören oder extern hinzugezogen werden. Für weitere Auskünfte wende man sich an den Herausgeber unter: Bernd.Manuwald@uni-koeln.de
Rheinisches Museum für Philologie (Neue Folge) 
Open access to volumes 1 (1842) -  159 (2016)

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Les gouverneurs et les provinciaux sous la République romaine

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Les gouverneurs et les provinciaux sous la République romaine
Les gouverneurs et les provinciaux sous la République romaine
Le colloque tenu à Nantes en mai 2010 a permis d'affiner la connaissance de l'administration concrète des provinces de la République romaine par la prise en compte simultanée des textes littéraires, des inscriptions et de l'archéologie, avec un souci de casser les divisions géographiques entre l'Est et l'Ouest de ce qui devenait un empire territorial. Cet ouvrage regroupe en quelques grands thèmes les articles de spécialistes des provinces romaines.
Les relations entre les autorités romaines e...

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  • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
  • Collection : Histoire
  • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
  • Année d’édition : 2011
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 10 juillet 2019
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753514201
  • EAN électronique : 9782753568181
  • Nombre de pages : 304 p.
Nathalie Barrandon et François Kirbihler
Introduction
Jean-Michel Roddaz
Conclusions

Philosophie antique 10: Philosophie et mathématiques

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Philosophie antique 10 | 2010 

Philosophie et mathématiques
couverture PA 10/2010
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ISBN 978-2-7574-0179-8
Les mathématiques tiennent une place importante dans la pensée de Platon, tant par la nature de leurs objets que par leur puissance démonstrative. Quel était le degré de développement des mathématiques à son époque ? Quelle a été leur influence sur le type de raisonnement employé en philosophie ? La postérité de Platon a-t-elle donné autant d'importance aux mathématiques ? Les mathématiques ont-elles eu le même privilège épistémologique dans les autres écoles ? Telles sont les questions auxquelles ce numéro propose des réponses.

Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus, Korp Version, May 2019

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Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus, Korp Version, May 2019

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Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus (Oracc) brings together the work of several Assyriological projects to publish online editions of cuneiform texts. The Korp version of Oracc allows extensive searches on the texts and presents the results as a KWIC concordance list. Korp also offers statistical information and comparison of the search results. Downloading the query results is possible as well.

This version of Oracc in Korp contains almost all the data that were available on the Oracc project website in May 2019. The data have been extracted from the JSON files provided by Oracc. The Oracc projects in Korp are:

ADsD: Astronomical Diaries Digital
ARIo: Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions online
blms: Bilinguals in Late Mesopotamian Scholarship
CASPo: Corpus of Akkadian Shuila-Prayers online
CAMS: Corpus of Ancient Mesopotamian Scholarship
CTIJ: Cuneiform Texts Mentioning Israelites, Judeans, and Other Related Groups
DCCLT: Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Lexical Texts
DCCMT: Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Mathematical Texts
eCUT: Electronic Corpus of Urartian Texts
ETCSRI: Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Royal Inscriptions
HBTIN: Hellenistic Babylonia: Texts, Iconography, Names
OBMC: Old Babylonian Model Contracts
RIAo: Royal Inscriptions of Assyria online
RIBo: Royal Inscriptions of Babylonia online
Rīm-Anum: The House of Prisoners
RINAP: Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period
SAAo: State Archives of Assyria Online

Other projects, contains texts from several smaller projects:
-Idrimi: Statue of Idrimi
-akklove: Akkadian Love Literature
-Contributions Amarna
-CKST: Corpus of Kassite Sumerian Texts
-Glass: Corpus of Glass Technological Texts
-LaOCOST: Law and Order: Cuneiform Online Sustainable Tool
-OBTA: Old Babylonian Tabular Accounts
-Suhu: The Inscriptions of Suhu online.

The Languages present in the Corpora are:
Akkadian
Sumerian
Aramaic
Eblaite
Elamite
Hittite
Old Persian
Ugaritic
Urartian

Open Access Journal: Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 November 2011. Updated 11 Jul 2019]

Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)
National ISSN: 18178/2010
International ISSN: 2090-4932
Online ISSN: 2090-4940
The Egyptian Journal of Archaeological and Restoration Studies (EJARS) is an International Journal issued by Center of Archaeological and Conservation Studies and Research (ACSRC) - Sohag University. 

The international journal EJARS Encourage international discussion on several fields such as archaeological problems, Conservation science, coupling between archaeology, archaeometry and management of Conservation projects.

It focuses on the Arabian, African and Mediterranean regions and presents an international forum of research, innovations, discoveries, applications and meetings concerning the modern approaches to the study of human past. Also, the journal focuses on a specific new methodology in archaeological and restoration fields

Volume 9 Issue 1(Current)

It is our owner to introduce the 9th volume - issue (1) of EJARS. This volume comprises 9 articles in restoration and archaeological fields. 5 in the Restoration field, 2 articles in Egyptology & 2 in Islamic Archaeology.
A THE DOCUMENTATION AND TREATMENT OF A COPTIC CHILD'S TUNIC IN EGYPT. (1 - 11)
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Amin, E.

DETERIORATION MECHANISMS AFFECTING THE BRICKS USED IN THE BUILDING OF THE WATER WELLS AT KARNAK TEMPLES, LUXOR, EGYPT. (13 - 25)
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El-Badry, A.

MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF ANCIENT TEXTILES HOUSED IN THE EGYPTIAN TEXTILE MUSEUM AND METHODS OF ITS CONTROL. (27 - 37)
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Omar, A., Taha, A.& El-Wekeel, F.

CONSERVATION OF THE FLOWERS CANVAS PAINTING (1) AT THE EGYPTIAN AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM. (39 - 51)
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Elsayed, Y.

OBSERVATIONS ON INSECTS' BEHAVIOR IN ATTACKING WOOD (53 - 60)
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Hamed, S.

SOME NEW EVIDENCE FOR THE KHOIAK FEAST AT THEBES. (61 - 68)
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Abou Zaid, O.

TTHE MEANING OF THE WORD ins THROUGH ANCIENT EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. (69 - 78)
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Eltoukhy, M.

MOSQUE OF OTHMAN IBN OGELBEK IN ALEPPO: AN ARCHITECTURAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY. (79 - 95)
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Abd al-razik, M.
XI’AN DAXUEXI ALLEY MOSQUE: HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL STUDY. (97 - 113)
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Hagras, H.

Stoa Archiving and Rehosting

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Stoa Archiving and Rehosting
At Duke University's Digital Classics Collaboratory (DC3)Ryan Baumann undertook to ensure that at least one snapshot of every page on the Stoa had been submitted to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine for long-term preservation. This archival copy may be browsed starting at https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.stoa.org/.
In order to keep as many Stoa URIs from going stale as possible, Tom Elliott (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, NYU), undertook to establish a new, primary server for the domain and to work with original project authors and others to rehost static versions of the Stoa content. This is an on-going effort, and the status of individual projects is provided on the new home page.
Following are links to the new locations:

In memoriam

Blog

Since 2003, the Stoa Blog fronted this site, providing news, announcements, and other posts of interest to creators and users of digital resources in the Classics. In 2019, the blog was rehosted to a server operated by the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of London. It can be reached directly at https://blog.stoa.org/.

About this site

The Stoa Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities was founded by Allen Ross Scaife in 1997 as an umbrella project for many projects in the Classics. Information about the history and the current status of the Stoa may be found on this site's "about" page.

Abbreviations

A list of abbreviations for "1253 Greek Authors, from an older edition of the LSJ". The origins of this list are unclear, but the resource is linked from a number of other pages on the web.

Ancient City of Athens

The Ancient City of Athens is a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens (Greece), developed by Kevin T. Glowacki in 2004.

Ancient Journeys

Ancient Journeys: A Festscrift in Honor of Eugene Numa Lane was edited by Cathy Callaway with the assistance of Pamela A. Draper and published on the Stoa in 2002 with the editorial oversight of Anne Mahoney and Ross Scaife (assisted by Mark Weber and Phillip Sauerbeck). The version available here as of 2019 is a static HTML capture of the original, which used the Perseus hopper to transform the XML files used to encode the text.

Confessions

The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition is an on-line reprint of James J. O'Donnell's 1992 text and commentary (Oxford: ISBN 0-19-814378-8).

Demos

Dēmos: Classical Athenian Democracy was developed and edited by Christopher W. Blackwell for the Stoa. It incorporates contributions from Danielle Allen, Elizabeth Baughman, Victor Bers, Michael de Brauw, Matthew Christ, Christopher Cotten, Casey Dué, Michael Gagarin, Craig Gibson, Edward Harris, Steven Johnstone, Konstantinos Kapparis, Adriaan Lanni, Thomas R. Martin, Josiah Ober, David Phillips, Hershal Pleasant, Amy Smith, and S.C. Todd. The original publication was encoded in TEI XML and converted to HTML for web dissemination on demand using a bespoke web application dependent on Apache Tomcat and Coccoon. This application could no longer be maintained after 2019 and so a static HTML version of the content is now hosted here.

Diotima

Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World was launched by Ross Scaife and Suzanne Bonefas in early 1995 and was maintained by Scaife until his death in 2008. In 2017, the Women's Classical Caucustook over maintenance of a "new and improved" Diotima, which may be accessed at https://diotimawcc.wordpress.com/. An archival copy of the old Diotima can be accessed via the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190628224208/http://www.stoa.org/diotima/.

EDUCE

Enhanced Digital Unwrapping for Conservation and Exploration was a project Scaife was pursuing at the time of his death in 2008. It aimed to develop non-destructive mechanisms for detecting and visualizing text preserved on problematic objects like papyrus scrolls and damaged codices. The page linked here announces the award, in 2006, of a large grant from the National Science Foundation to Scaife and his co-investigators (Brent Seales and James Griffioen). Seales has continued the work in collaboration with others under the rubric: "The Digital Restoration Initiative".

The Electronic Aelfric

For a period of time between 2006 and 2010, the Stoa seems to have hosted an informational website about a project directed by Aaron J. Kleist and funded by the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities ("The Ælfric of Eynsham Project"; Grant number: RQ-50239-06). This project has since reached full publication under the auspices of the Modern Language Association's "Approved Edition" program. Its title is now The Digital Aelfric: Eight Catholic Homilies and it is hosted on the Scholarly Digital Editions website: http://www.sd-editions.com/aelfric/.

EpiDoc Guidelines

Since the late 1990s, the Stoa has hosted both the Guidelines and the RelaxNG schema maintained by the EpiDoc Community, an international, collaborative effort that provides guidelines and tools for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents.

Johannes Tinctoris

A digital edition of The Theoretical Works of Johannes Tinctoris, created by Ronald WoodleyThe Stoa version, kept here for historical reasons, was superseded in 2014 by a new version on the Early Music Theory website.

Metis

Metis QTVR was developed by Bruce Hartzler and initally published on the Stoa in 1998, with a major upgrade for performance and function in 2003. Metis provided users with manipulable panoramas for 63 different ancient Greek sites, using the "QuickTime VR" format introduced by Apple in 1995. Apple discontinued QTVR in the late 2000s, thus rendering inoperative Metis and other web publications that had used the technology. Discussions are underway concerning the feasibility of creating an archival version in another format. Meantime, the structure of the site (but not the movie content) can be reviewed via the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190513015842/http://www.stoa.org/metis/.

Miscellaneous Texts

The Perseus Hopper instance on stoa.org contained a number of scholarly texts in a collection titled, simply, "misc". As the hopper could not be re-installed on the new server in the summer of 2019, these texts are currently not available here; however, work is underway to produce static versions of them. In the meantime, captured versions are available from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine:

Neo-Latin Colloquia

The Colloquia Scholastica (Neo-Latin Collquia) page on the Stoa was created by graduate students and faculty associated with the University of Kentucky's Institute for Latin Studies. It was intended to serve as "a gateway to a variety of materials" they developed "for the renewed study and enjoyment of neo-Latin colloquia scholastica, texts that date primarily from the 16th century." It was last updated in 2011. Several of the texts produced by this group were encoded in TEI XML and hosted through the Perseus hopper at stoa.org. As the Perseus Hopper cannot be maintained on stoa.org following the 2019 transition to a new server, Terence Tunberg and Mark Lauersdorf are working on a new hosting arrangement. In the meantime, archival versions of these materials may be viewed through the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190405153208/http://www.stoa.org/colloquia/.

Olynthus

Stoa content related to the ancient city of Olynthus was developed by Nicholas Cahill and collaborators. As of 2002, it was to have included the full text of Cahill's 2002 book Household and city organization at Olynthus (Yale), as well as a "Database of Houses, Rooms, and Objects" linked to a "Site Plan" GIS. The book content was still functional, via the Stoa copy of the Perseus hopper, as of 2019, but "Coming soon" notices were posted for both the database and GIS, so it seems that this portion of the site was never completed. A static version of the book content will soon be brought forward to the new server. Until the static version is available, interested users can access a copy of the book content via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine at: https://web.archive.org/web/20110608124937/http://www.stoa.org/hopper/text.jsp?doc=Stoa:text:2003.01.0003.

Pleiades

Since 2007, the Pleiades gazetteer of ancient places has been hosted on its own server at https://pleiades.stoa.org/. The Stoa provided incubation space on a development server during the early years of the project's design (2002-2007), as well as a permanent "home" in the form of a subdomain within stoa.org domain.

Pembroke 25

At one time, the Stoa site hosted information about a project to transcribe the late anglo-saxon period manuscript known as Pembroke 25 (collection of Cambridge University, Pembroke College). In 2010, this information was transferred off the Stoa. The project, which is co-directed by Dot Porter and Paul E. Szarmach, is now headquartered at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (University of Pennsylvania): https://schoenberginstitute.org/pembroke25/.

Pompeian Households

Pompeian Households: An On-line Companion was published by the Stoa in 2004. These "materials to accompany Penelope M. AllisonPompeian Households: An Analysis of the Material Culture (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Monograph 42, 2004) [include] detailed documentary information on 30 Pompeian houses and their contents, consisting of 865 rooms and more than 16,000 artifacts." A static version of the original site will be posted here during summer 2019. In the meantime, the Internet Archive's copy may be browsed starting at https://web.archive.org/web/20190619221951/http://www.stoa.org/projects/ph/home.

Pompeii, Insula of the Menander

The On-line Companion to Penelope M. Allison, The Insula of the Menander in Pompeii volume iii (August 2008) is hosted on a server at the University of Leicester: https://www.le.ac.uk/archaeology/menander/.
Ross Scaife added the Stoa Image Gallery to the Stoa site in 2004 or 2005 using the now-defunct open-source "Gallery" software package. A number of collaborators were given access to make changes and additions to the gallery through its web interface. Most activity on the site seems to have ended in 2006 or 2007; however, some users have continued to make minor changes through 2019. As of July 2019, the gallery hosted 12,639 images in 17 top-level albums. Gallery software could not be migrated to the new server in summer 2019, so the image gallery will be offline until a new hosting strategy can be implemented and the content migrated. In the meantime, Stoa Gallery images can be browsed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine athttps://web.archive.org/web/20190326121223/http://www.stoa.org/gallery/albums.php?set_albumListPage=1.

Suda On Line

Suda On Line: Byzantine Lexicography began in 1998 and achieved its initial goal in 2013: an open, peer-reviewed English translation of all 31,000+ entries in the 10th century Byzantine encyclopedia known as the Suda. This ground-breaking, collaborative digital project continues today, with the continual update and improvement of the translations and other related research tasks. It is currently hosted on a server operated by the department of Computer Science at the University of Kentucky while a more permanent new home is sought.

Suetonius: Electronic Texts and Resources

In the late 1990s, Laura Gibbs curated a page on the Stoa devoted to information about online texts of Suetonius: http://www.stoa.org/suetonius/. Updates seem to have stopped around 2000.

Trajan’s Column

In 1999, the McMaster Column of Trajan Project produced an on-line presentation of the Column of Trajan. At least two copies were put online. One was at McMaster University. It can be accessed at https://sws.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/, although some images and pages (notably, the credits page) are now missing. Another copy was put online at the Stoa. The Stoa version is offline as of summer 2019, as the new Stoa server cannot host the database-driven portion of the site; however, the Internet Archive Wayback Machine's copy of the Stoa mirror (which seems to include most or all of the missing pages and images) may still be browsed via https://web.archive.org/web/20190703121009/http://www.stoa.org/trajan/. The original McMaster version is also backed up in the Internet Archive Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190708192356/https://sws.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/.

DIALG: The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek

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 DIALG: The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek

 [Description from the Digitalclassicist Wiki]
The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek contains all the entries of the dictionaries and provide them meanings (seasonally), referring primarily to quotations and other details in the dictionary (or dictionaries) which is the source of Information-importance. The same will be done with different types of a word (eg. verb types) or how to write when it is diverse, with references back-references to the "dictionaries-sources." The dictionary is open to additions or new entries or additional information (types, meanings and pensions), which are not mentioned in sub-dictionaries sources DialG. These additions come either from the team or from users' suggestions. The new data will be incorporated to the Dictionary at regular intervals, following a review by the editorial team. So we will have in the future a key tool for the Greek texts of all time. As it is widely known, the compilation of a lexicon of Greek is actually an endless project. Almost in every byzantine text (or text of the late antiquity), even among those already critically edited, words remain to be discovered; that is words which either have not got registered at all yet, they have an unregistered meaning, they appear in a new form or within a new construction. It is also well known that every index verborum or index graecitatis supplies new lexicographical material, and such material is also to be found in numerous minor or major publications. Besides, many isolated lexicographical observations remain unpublished, therefore unknown. Collecting such information systematically may in the best case, and only after a long time, lead to the compilation of a new Volume supplementary to the existing Lexica. This is is not exactly useless, but rather very inconvenient for the user. Even worse, this new Volume itself is bound to be “old” and obsolete from the very first moment of its publication. The vanity of such an effort could be observed in the case of the Supplement of the LSJ: After the user has read for example the entry ἀβόλλα in LSJ (where only one instance of the word is given), he/she is encountered in the Supplement with the statement: “delete the article”. Even more, this also proves to be false by means of new evidence: According to TLG ἀβόλλα does occur, and more than once. Additionally, allow me to remind you, that also all the Lexica Sophocles, Lampe, and Trapp (from now on LBG) are in fact supplementary to LSJ. Furthermore, the Greek translation of LSJ (: from now on LSK) is not only a translation but an enrichment too, and it has its own supplement (not identical to the English one!). Similarly, Demetrakos copies LSK for the ancient Greek, but offers additionally new material concerning medieval and late and, of course, modern Greek. Last but not least, the old Thesaurus Graecae Linguae (from the 16th. century) is still not completely replaced, that is, it offers material, which has not been thoroughly incorporated in the modern Lexica). An example will be given in due course. These are the Lexica usually consulted when reading a byzantine text. It goes without telling that all these Lexica need to get updated from time to time! This situation, in fact the idea of updating, has led us to the concept of a web-lexicon of Greek, which will comprise all the existing lexicographical information and will be able to get continuously enriched and corrected, in other words, updated. The DIAL-G will also be interactive; this means, it will be possible for anyone to suggest new material or corrections or supplementary notes, which, after being supervised, might be incorporated, in fact uploaded. This implies that it will be offered to all readers, and still retain the name of the first one to make the suggestion. Let us now present how it works with the help of some examples: Τhe word ἐθνεσιφόντης (used only once in Th. Prodr. carm. hist. 42 vers 21) is not registered, even in LBG, so it will be displayed only in DIAL-G: ἐθνεσιφόντης, ὁ only: Th. Prodr. Hist. Ged. XLII 21, slayer of the enemies/not Christian people...