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On-line Geographical Information System for the Theban Necropolis (OLGIS-TN)

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[First posted in AWOL 15 October 2012, updated 15 September 2019]

On-line Geographical Information System for the Theban Necropolis (OLGIS-TN)
By Peter A. Piccione and Norman S. Levine
The OLGIS-TN database and maps run--both in the field and the office--on any computing device that receives Internet data, including: desktop and laptop computers, tablets, iPads, notebooks, smartphones, etc. To navigate through the Theban necropolis in real-time fashionalso requires GPS capability in the same device. However, users of smartphones might find that their small screens are not as convenient for mapping and searching as devices with larger screens. Users working in the field might find the screens of iPads, tablets, notebooks, and 2-in-1 laptops to be more useful.
Instructions:   Click each of the topics below to access the following Help and instructional pages in a new window. Close window when finished.
Access complete documentation and help, including: menus, utilities, searching and selecting features, help index, data tables, policies, contacts, etc.












Open Access Monograph Series: Des princes

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Des princes
ISSN (Édition imprimée): 1621-1235
La question du prince intéressait traditionnellement les historiens. Avec la mort des idéologies, la chute du Mur de Berlin et le regain d'intérêt pour la rhétorique, elle redevient un problème littéraire. En effet, il s'agit de retrouver, d'analyser, pour ainsi dire de l'intérieur, une représentation de la politique telle qu'on la vivait avant la Révolution. Avec l'école des Annales, les historiens ont redécouvert que les désirs comptent autant que les réalités, les mots et la gestuelle qui les accompagne autant que les faits. Un programme de travail s'ensuit : regarder tous ces écrits que sont éloges, entrées, adresses de toute sorte comme des textes à part entière. Ils parlent d'amour, amour du prince pour ses sujets et des sujets pour leur prince, selon un jeu subtil, dont le concept d'oppression ne rend pas compte. Trouver des angles d'attaque, des outils critiques adaptés, voire de nouvelles méthodes de travail, dans certains cas éditer des textes qui le méritent, tel est le propos de la collection.

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Open Access Journal: TYCHE: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Papyrologie und Epigraphik – Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

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 [First posted on AWOL on 23 December 2014, updated 16 September 2019]

TYCHE: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Papyrologie und Epigraphik – Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

P-ISSN: 1010-9161

E-ISSN: 2409-5540
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TYCHE is a scholarly journal based at the Department of Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy at the University of Vienna. This journal of high academic reputation has been published since 1986 and contains (double-blind) peer-reviewed articles in German, English, French, Italian and Latin. The scientific focus lies on the whole range of antiquity from the beginnings of Greek history to Late antiquity. Emphasis is placed on the edition and interpretation of epigraphic and papyrological sources. The journal further includes papyrological (Korr. Tyche) and epigraphic (Adnotationes epigraphicae) miscellanea, a critical bibliography of Austrian epigraphy (Annona Epigraphica Austriaca) as well as a review section. In addition to the regular annual volumes TYCHE also issues monographic Supplement and Special Volumes.
 Vol 33 (2018): TYCHE - Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy

Archives

Vol 32 (2017): TYCHE - Contributions to Ancient History, Papyrology and Epigraphy


2016
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Open Access Journal: ASGLE Bulletin

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 [First posted in AWOL 31 March 2018, updated 16 September 2019]

ASGLE Bulletin
ASGLE: The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy | Société americaine d'épigraphie grecque et latine
The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (Société americaine d'épigraphie grecque et latine) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to further research in, and the teaching of, Greek and Latin epigraphy in North America. The Society fosters collaboration in the field and facilitates the exchange of scholarly research and discussion, both in the public forum and in published form. The Society is associated with L’Association Internationale d’Epigraphie grecque et latine (AIEGL).
ASGLE Bulletin 22.2 (December 2018) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 21.2 (December 2017) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 21.1 (June 2017) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 20.2 (November 2016) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin_20.1 (March 2016) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 19.2 (November 2015) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 19.1 (April 2015) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 18.2 (November 2014)[Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 18.1 (March 2014) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 17.2 (November 2013) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 17.1 (May 2013) [Edited by Prof. Laura Gawlinski]
ASGLE Bulletin 16.2 (October 2012) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen (Senior Editor), Prof. Laura Gawlinski (Junior Editor)]
ASGLE Bulletin 16.1 (April 2012) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen (Senior Editor), Prof. Laura Gawlinski (Junior Editor)]
ASGLE Bulletin 15.2 (October 2011)  [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 15.1 (April 2011) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 14.2 (November 2010) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 14.1 (April 2010) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 13.2 (October 2009) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 13.1 (April 2009) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 12.2 (October 2008) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 12.1 (April 2008) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 11.2 (October 2007) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 11.1 (May 2007) [Edited by Prof. Paul Iversen]
ASGLE Bulletin 10.1-2 (2006) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 9.1 (March 2005) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 8.1-2 (2003) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 7.2 (November 2003) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 7.1 (May 2003) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 6.2 (November 2002) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 6.1 (May 2002) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 5.2  (November 2001) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 5.1 (May 2001) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 4.2 (October 2000) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 4.1 (January 2000) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 3.1 (July 1999) [Edited by Prof. Timothy Winters]
ASGLE Newsletter 2.2 (December 1998)
ASGLE Newsletter 2.1 (July 1998)
ASGLE Newsletter 1.1 (November 1997)

Pelagios News: New Treasures Added…

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New Treasures Added…





Sep 9· 3 min read
It’s always a happy day when we can announce more content has been added to Peripleo, the Pelagios Linked Data search and visualisation engine. And today we’re able to announce not just one, but two new additions to the Linked Data ecosystem.
The first is a set of Pleiades annotations relating to ceramics of Kerameikos.org partners, made available through semantic reasoning between typologies, Kerameikos SKOS concepts, and Pleiades URIs. This works out to over 190 objects from a range of sources, including the Fralin Museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology.


Kerameikos materials viewed in the Peripleo interface

The second is one of the datasets from the Crossing Frontiers project at the Courtauld Institute of Art. Crossing Frontiers is a travelling research seminar programme for Early Career Researchers interested in the medieval art and culture of the eastern frontier between Christianity and Islam, covering Anatolia, the Caucasus and the western Iranian world. The project, which investigates questions of cross-cultural exchange and international artistic production, is supported by the Getty Foundation. The dataset includes interactive plans, 360 degree views, textual descriptions and bibliographies for monument sites in Turkey, Armenia and Georgia.


Screenshot of the information page for one of the Crossing Frontiers sites now indexed in Peripleo

Both of these collaborations have been in the works for some months, and while Pelagios is not actively maintaining Peripleo, we are always interested in speaking to projects and institutions who do have Linked Data collections that they want to add to the general ecosystem. Collaborations, joint proposals and shared projects have always been the preferred way of doing things at Pelagios, and this hasn’t changed. There are several options available to make this happen:
  • Take a look at the World Historical Gazetteer — our friends at the WHG have been developing a comprehensive format for contributing Linked Data collections, it’s well documented here and you can see the details on GitHub
  • Consider joining the Pelagios Network. The Network is an independent association, run by independent Partners, connected by a common interest in the application of digital methods to the study of historical places and, in particular, to the use of semantic web technologies, such as Linked Open Data and gazetteers. It is open to all, with no membership fee, and it is possible to join as a Member by simply signing up to the mailing list, or as a Partner, by agreeing an MoU with one or more of the Network’s Charter activities. Partners have the opportunity to develop and coordinate work in the Network to plan for and implement better ways of connecting, exposing, visualising, querying and analysing Linked Open Data. For more information about how to do this, take a look at the Network’s Partners page.


Pelagios

Pelagios provides online resources and a community for using open data methods to link and explore historical places

2000 years of Latin prose: A 21st century anthology of Latin prose

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2000 years of Latin prose: A 21st century anthology of Latin prose
In this anthology you will learn about Latin literature across 2000 years through key passages from the greatest, most interesting, most neglected authors.
Every chapter contains:
  • Introduction to the author's life and works
  • Audio & video recording of a passage from the author
  • The passage in Latin
  • English Translation
  • Keywords & commentary
Chapter 1 – Ennius: Saturn and the Struggle for power
Chapter 1 – Ennius: Saturn and the Struggle for power
You can download a pdf here Get a print-ready PDF version of this chapter: 2000 Years of Latin Prose: Chapter 1. Ennius.

Open Access Journal: Hadashot Arkheologiyot - Excavations and Survey in Israel

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[First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 17 September 2019]

Hadashot Arkheologiyot - Excavations and Survey in Israel
ISSN: 1565-5334
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Hadashot Arkheologiyot – Excavations and Surveys in Israel (HA-ESI) has been published in print since 1961 by the Israel Department of Antiquities and Museums (IDAM) and since 1990 by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA). The journal contains preliminary reports of excavations and surveys in Israel, as well as final reports of small-scale excavations and surveys; it also publishes archaeological finds recorded during inspection activities. The journal is bilingual, Hebrew and English; reports submitted in English are translated into Hebrew and vice versa.
 The e-journal www.hadashot-esi.org.il is the digital format of HA-ESI, replacing the printed version. The first digital publication of the journal (No. 116, 2004) is a reflection of the last printed volume. From 2005 onward, the journal will be published on-line only – each year will receive a volume number, continuing the numbering of the printed journal (e.g., No. 117 = 2005, No. 118 = 2006, etc.). The e-journal is an unlimited data base of archeological reports, including photographs, maps, plans and pottery figures. The reports can be searched by keywords or by means of an interactive map. The results of both types of searches can be printed.
 The reports submitted to the e-journal will be edited in the same manner as in the printed journal (see Guide to Contributors). They will be published on-line with the completion of their editing and translation, and will be ascribed to a specific issue according to the year of publication (issue no. = year of publication). A final excavation report is marked with as asterix*. Announcements of new publications will appear on the Home Page of the e-journal. Prints of reports are available from the web site for personal and educational use only.


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HA-ESI 118 (2006) -  2006
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HA-ESI 124 (2012) -  2012
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HA-ESI 125 (2013) -  2013
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HA-ESI 126 (2014) -  2014
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HA-ESI 127 (2015) -  2015
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HA-ESI 128 (2016) -  2016
journal PDF 128 (2016)
HA-ESI 129 (2017) -  2017
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HA-ESI 130 (2018) -  2018
journal PDF 130 (2018)
HA-ESI 131 (2019) -  2019
131 (2019)

Extended Reports


  • Fahura Fakhura Oren Zingboym, Dina Avshalom-Gorni and Shmuel Bar Lev [31/12/2014] (Final Report)



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Live Stream: Economies of the Edge. Frontier Zone Processes at Regional, Imperial, and Global Scales (300 BCE – 300 CE) 19th – 21st September 2019

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Live Stream: Economies of the Edge. Frontier Zone Processes at Regional, Imperial, and Global Scales (300 BCE – 300 CE) 19th – 21st September 2019
The conference will explore economic processes in frontier zones of ancient empires and their wider impact on inter-imperial exchanges in the Afro-Eurasian World region. It is part of the broader project of re-thinking “Silk-Road” exchange, which so far has been looked at mostly from the perspective of imperial centers and final destinations rather than regions that—for various reasons and in different ways—were involved in inter-imperial contacts and exchange.
Global exchange in the ancient world has been a vibrant field of study over the past 10 years, leading to different research directions and interests. Many scholars working from different disciplinary angles have brought our attention to the ideological underpinnings of the concept of the Silk Road, or Silk Routes. Others have looked at specific aspects of interaction through particular types of evidence—coins, transmitted and excavated texts, and the archaeology of maritime and terrestrial networks—in order to understand better the nature of the connections that stimulated exchange and interaction in the Afro-Eurasian world region. This research has brought to the fore the necessity of finding different and novel ways of thinking about Afro-Eurasia as a connected world region.
While questions of production, consumption, and distribution remain important foci of economic history in the narrower sense, we hope to integrate broader processes into the discussion. The spread of urbanism, for example, has been examined both from economic and from political and ideological perspectives, but can these approaches be integrated? Similarly, the construction and use of physical infrastructure has complex causes, processes and consequences. How might this complexity be incorporated into our understanding of the economy?
The emergence and spread of local currencies present similar opportunities for scholars combining traditional economic questions of exchange with questions of political development and identity formation. In addition, the project of identifying the emergence and spread of market-based, commercial exchange has historically dominated the study of ancient economic networks. What other institutions facilitated exchange and what forms did these exchange-relationships take? Is the Polanyian tripartite division of reciprocity, redistribution, and market exchange still helpful?
These examples illustrate some possibilities for broadening the scope of economic history to include other realms of human activity, but we would also like to explore the possibility of incorporating ecological and environmental perspectives. How does the interdependence of mountain and valley ecologies affect economic processes at different scales? Can similar interdependencies between maritime, coastal, and inland ecologies be identified? Finally, what types of proxies can we use as evidence to study these different processes? By taking an expansive view of economic activity, we hope to better understand how the development of frontier zones allowed for the articulation of global-scale networks and how those networks, in turn, impacted the development of inter-imperial regions.=
A high degree of multidisciplinary communication is necessary to move from granular datasets rooted in specific disciplinary and methodological approaches, to research on large-scale processes. The central challenge, however, remains in finding appropriate parameters for integrating data from the various scales, regions, and scholarly approaches outlined above. By bringing together focused case studies from very different micro regions, we hope to foster discussion about how to link this data to broader questions about global exchange and its political and social consequences.
This conference will focus on the last three centuries BCE and the first three centuries CE, which we identify as a time of heightened empire building alongside a marked intensification of inter-imperial exchanges across the Afro-Eurasian region. The geographical focus of the conference is more selective and follows the particular areas of attention of the BaSaR research team: South Asia and the Indian Ocean maritime region, the Central Asian borderlands, the Chinese-steppe region, as well as Southwest Asia from the Black Sea to Egypt and the Red Sea. In addition, some contributions will adopt a distinctly global perspective on the Afro-Eurasian macro-zone.

Thursday, 19th September

Introduction

13:00 – 13:30

Political Power and Economies I

Mark Altaweel (University College London)

Revolutionizing a World: From Small States to Universalism in the Pre-Islamic Near East
13:30 – 14:15

K. Rajan (Pondicherry University)

Emergence of Empires and Economies: Experiencing Early Historic South India
14:15 – 15:00

Coffee break

15:00 – 15:45

Political Power and Economies II

Maxim Korolkov (Heidelberg University)

The Southern Contact Zone, Empire Building, and Economic Change in the Eastern Zhou, Qin, and Han Eras (ca. 500 BCE – 300 CE)
15:45 – 16:30

Shailendra Bhandare (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford)

Money in Liminal Times: Coin Circulation at the End of the Indo-Greek Kingdom
17:15 – 18:00

Friday, 20th September

Nodes: Ports and Border Markets I

Miguel John Versluys (Leiden University)

Network Power? Object Flows and Innovation in Hellenistic Eurasia
9:00 – 9:45

Sören Stark (ISAW, New York University)

Between Desert and Oasis: Border Markets and their Role in Economic Networks in Southwestern Central Asia
9:45 – 10:30

Coffee break

10:30 – 11:15

Nodes: Ports and Border Markets II

Stefan Hauser (University of Konstanz)

The Arsacid Center of Trade: Charax Spasinou, Capital of Mesene
11:15 – 12:00

Steven E. Sidebotham (University of Delaware) and Marianne Bergmann (University of Göttingen)

Sculptural Finds as a Reflection of the Cosmopolitan Life at Berenike: A Ptolemaic-Roman Port on the Red Sea Coast of Egypt
12:00 – 12:45

Lunch break

12:45 – 14:00

Links: People in Motion I

Paul Kosmin (Harvard University)

Trading Values: The Southern Sea as Merchant Space
14:00 – 14:45

Federico de Romanis (Tor Vergata University of Rome)

Translata Pecunia: The Use of Roman Coins on the Other Side of the Indian Ocean
14:45 – 15:30

Coffee break

15:30 – 16:15

Links: People in Motion II

Eivind Heldaas Seland (University of Bergen)

Water, Climate and Connectivity in the Roman-Period Syrian Desert
16:15 – 17:00

Saturday, 21st September

Centers and Peripheries

Andrew Bauer (Stanford University)

(Re)placing the ‘Hinterland’:  Perspectives on Empire and Indian Ocean Trade from the Early Historic Interior Deccan
9:30 – 10:15

Luca M. Olivieri (ISMEO Italian Archaeological Mission in Packistan)

Double-Crop Pocket Zones and Empires: The Case of Swat
10:15 – 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 – 11:30

Inter-imperial Exchange I

Marek Olbrycht (University of Rzeszów)

The Parthian Empire and the Long-Distance Trade in the Caspian Basin
11:30 – 12:30

Lunch break

12:30 – 14:00

Inter-imperial Exchange II

Joe Cribb (British Museum)

The Sino-Kharoshthi Coinage of Khotan: Cultural and Political Links between Gandhara and Xinjiang, First to Second Century CE
14:00 – 14:45

Armin Selbitschka (Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich)

Versus the Silk Trade Myth: The Movement of Luxury Goods in China and Chinese Central Asia (Third Century BCE to Third Century CE)
14:45 – 15:30

PROMARE: Promoting Marine Research and Exploration

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 [First psoted in AWOL 28 February 2013, updated 17 September 2019]

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Open Access Journal: Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis

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[First posted 25 May 2012. Updated 17 September 2019]

Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis
ISSN electrònic: 2014-8151
ISSN paper: 2013-4118
Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis: SEBarc
Sylloge epigraphica Barcinonensis, fundada el 1994 pel professor Marc Mayer i Olivé, és una publicació científica anual que vol difondre estudis i novetats epigràfiques de qualitat, originals i inèdites, i abraça des del punt de vista de temes d'epigrafia, filologia clàssica, paleografia, història antiga, topografia antiga, arqueologia clàssica i llengües paleohispàniques.

Números publicats

2018

Portada

2018: Núm.: 16

Articles

La scomparsa di Angela Donati (p. 13-16)
Attilio Mastino
 
Annio da Viterbo e la fondazione di Luna. La difesa erudita di un falso tra storiografia, epigrafia e numismatica (p. 17-35)
Federico Frasson
 
Las inscripciones religiosas en lenguas locales del Occidente Mediterráneo: el uso de los alfabetos griego y latino (p. 37-49)
Gabriela de Tord Basterra
 
Un inédito aedilis y una liberalidad en territorio de Vascones (p. 51-58)
Javier Andreu Pintado
 
Casinum: ricognizione epigrafica nella Villa Petrarcone (p. 59-100)
Francesca Cerrone, Carlo Molle
 
Gli Afranii ad Aesernia nel II secolo d.C. (p. 101-110)
Fulvia Ciliberto, Cecilia Ricci
 
Un caso di evergetismo ex testamento al femminile in Lucania: il balneum di Atina (p. 111-122)
Umberto Soldovieri
 
T. Aelius Evangelus: due iscrizioni, una compagna, una figlia naturale, una moglie e un lanificium (p. 123-138)
Alfredo Buonopane, Carla Corti
 
Appunti sulla romanizzazione delle diverse aree della Dalmazia attraverso la documentazione epigrafica: il caso delle donne (p. 139-159)
Mattia Vitelli Casella
 
Culto oficial a Sol en el norte de África: Soli Invicto (Augusto) (p. 161-167)
Lorenzo Pérez Yarza
 
Alcune considerazioni sui contenitori per aromata e medicamenta Luigi (p. 169-190)
Luigi Taborelli
 
Calagorri y los Calagorritani en Augusta Taurinorum. Consideraciones sobre el que parece haber sido un momento crucial en la vida de la Calahorra romana (p. 193-198)
Marc Mayer
 
La inscripción de Bremusa (Jerez de la Frontera) (p. 199-203)
Helena Gimeno Pascual, Antonio Ruiz Castellanos
 
Varia epigraphica. I - Minsilius Ianuarius = M(arcus) Insteius Ianuarius: un gentilice à éliminer dans l’épigraphie de la province d’Afrique, une répartition de noms à examiner (p. 205-212)
Michel Christol
 
I due miliari repubblicani della via Faesulae-Pisae e la viabilità nell’Etruria settentrionale (p. 213-224)
Alfredo Buonopane, Chantal Gabrielli
 
Una tabula ansata in bronzo con iscrizione votiva da Grezzana (Verona) (p. 225-227)
Gianni de Zuccato
 
Sigle iscritte su elementi architettonici dalle «Terme del Foro» di Augusta Praetoria (Aosta, Italia): un catalogo preliminare (p. 229-251)
Alessandra Armirotti, Maurizio Castoldi
 
Le tesserae lusoriae di Empúries: novità e riletture (p. 253-263)
Giulia Baratta
 
Nuovi signacula ex aere dal mercato antiquario online (parte 3) (p. 265-279)
Silvia Braito
 
Nota su alcuni graffiti dal quartiere fuori Porta Marina a Ostia (p. 281-284)
Carlo Molle
 

Recensions

Radu Ardevan, Eugenia Beu-Dachin (a cura di), Mensa Rotunda Epigraphica Napocensis (p. 285-288)
Silvia Braito
 
Dolores Dopico Caínzos, Manuel Villanueva Acuña (eds.), In Roma nata (p. 288-290)
José d’Encarnação
 
Manuel Martín-Bueno, J. Carlos Sáenz Preciado (eds.), Topografía aplicada a la arqueología (p. 290-292)
José d’Encarnação
 
Ángel A. Jordán, Concepto y uso del monumento epigráfico (p. 292-293)
Victor González Galera
 
María Engracia Muñoz-Santos, Animales in harena (p. 293)
Victor González Galera
 
Diana Gorostidi Pi (ed.), Géza Alföldy (p. 294)
Marc Mayer
 
Danuta Okón, Album senatorum, vol. I y vol. II (p. 295-297)
Marc Mayer
 
Francesco Camia, Lavinio Del Monaco, Michela Nocita, Munus Laetitiae. (p. 297-306)
Fausto Zevi
 
Mauro Reali, Gisella Turazza, Claudia Mizzotti, Guido Corradi, Monica Morazzoni, Le pietre parlano (p. 306-308)
Giulia Baratta


2016

Portada

2016: Núm.: 14

























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Open Access Series: Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum (CT)

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[First posted in AWOL 30 June 2014, updated 17 November 2019]

Fifty-eight volumes and the index to volumes 1-50 of the series Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum (CT) were made available online as a part of ETANA Core Texts. There is also a complete list of ETANA Core Texts in AWOL.

Open Access Journal: Rivista di Diritto Romano

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[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009. Updated 18 September 2019]

Rivista di Diritto Romano
ISSN 1720-3694
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Qualcuno potrebbe chiedersi se, in presenza di numerosi e autorevoli periodici di diritto romano e diritti dell'antichità pubblicati anche e soprattutto in Italia, fosse proprio il caso di metterne in cantiere uno nuovo: se fosse un lettore tendenzialmente benevolo e animato da incrollabile fiducia nel principio della concorrenza, potrebbe forse dare risposta positiva affermando che l'ingresso di un nuovo operatore sul mercato (!) dovrebbe portare a un miglioramento dell'offerta in generale.
In realtà, una tale prospettiva potrebbe risultare deludente: scopo di questa rivista, infatti, non è certamente quello di togliere spazio alle altre già esistenti, né quello di stimolare una gara per conquistare il primo premio in una improbabile classifica di periodici romanistici. Essa vorrebbe invece in primo luogo colmare una lacuna: manca infatti una rivista di diritto romano pubblicata, prima ancora che sul tradizionale supporto cartaceo, sulla rete di Internet, e quindi in grado di coordinare i non trascurabili vantaggi che tale strumento telematico può fornire alla ricerca romanistica.
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PDF  Stefano Giglio • Principii e caratteri della cognitio criminale romana
PDF  Saverio Masuelli • Gli atti costitutivi di diritti reali, ed in particolare della proprietà, in età tardoantica: spunti per una prospettiva sistematicaromani

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Open Access Journal: Dike. Rivista di storia del diritto greco ed ellenistico

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Dike. Rivista di storia del diritto greco ed ellenistico
ISSN: 1128-8221
DIKE è la prima rivista specificamente dedicata allo studio del diritto greco ed ellenistico: pubblica articoli sottoposti a “revisione” (peer review).

La rivista, diretta da Eva Cantarella e Alberto Maffi, è pubblicata con il contributo e sotto gli auspici del Dipartimento di Diritto privato e Storia del Diritto dell’Università degli Studi di Milano.

Si prevede la pubblicazione di un numero annuale nel mese di dicembre. DIKE è aperta non solo agli specialisti del settore, ma anche a tutti gli studiosi interessati agli aspetti giuridici della civiltà greca.

Pubblicherà articoli in francese, inglese, greco, spagnolo, tedesco e italiano.

V. 19 (2017)

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Sommario

Mirko Canevaro, Edward M. Harris
9-49
Laura Pepe
51-81
Sviatoslav Dmitriev
83-105
Michael Leese
107-124
Stefano Struffolino
127-163
Philip Egetenmeier
167-198
Recensione a: M. Gagarin - P. Perlman, The Laws of Ancient Crete, c.650-400 B. C., Oxford 2016, 566 p. en abrégé GP
Monique Bile
201-207
Recensione a: R. Fabiani, I decreti onorari di Iasos. Cronologia e storia , München, Verlag C. H. Beck, 2015 (Vestigia. Beiträge zur alten Geschichte Band 66), p. XIV + 354
Michele Faraguna
208-212
XXI Symposion di diritto greco ed ellenistico
Alberto Maffi
215-218
 
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              The Beth Mardutho Qoruyo project seeks to develop tools and resources for successful optical character recognition (OCR) and handwritten-text recognition (HTR) of printed and handwritten Syriac texts.
              The project is now pleased to announce the Beth Mardutho Transkribus HTR models, which can automatically transcribe handwritten Syriac documents written in Estrangelo, East Syriac, and Serto, with up to 98% accuracy.
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              Using Transkribus, we have trained the following three HTR models to recognise handwritten Syriac in all three scripts with impressive accuracy:
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              Publications of the British School of Archaeology in Egypt and the Egyptian Research Account [BSAE/ERA]

              [Collected at the EEF Egyptological Book Series Online]

              From the ETANA Collection, supplemented by the Internet Archive (*), by the
              "Ägyptologische Literatur - digital" collection of the University of Heidelberg (**),
              and Others (***). Up to vol. 10 (1905) there was ERA, then BSAE/ERA, and
              from vol 64 (1952) it's BSAE.
              -- vol. 1: W. M. Flinders Petrie, J. E. Quibell, Naqada and Ballas 1895,
              London, 1896. - x, 79 pp., 86 pls. [a book review by Maspero is added] -
              pdf-file (9.7 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (8.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 2: J.E. Quibell, The Ramesseum. With Translations and Comments by W.
              Spiegelberg. And the Tomb of Ptah-hetep Copied by R. F. E. Paget and A. A.
              Pirie. With Comments by F. Ll. Griffith, London, 1898. - IV, 36 pp., 1
              frontispice, 41 pls.
              pdf-file (8.3 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (31 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 3: J. E. Quibell, El Kab. In Association with the Work of Somers
              Clarke and J. J. Tylor, London, 1898. - iv, 23 pp., 27 pls.
              pdf-file (4 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (4.2 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (15 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 4: J. E. Quibell, Hierakonpolis, Part I. With Notes by W. M. Flinders Petrie,
              London, 1900. - 12 pp., 43 pls.
              pdf-file (4.9 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (12 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 5: J. E. Quibell, F. W. Green, Hierakonpolis, Part II, London,
              1902. - iv, 55 pp., 39 pls.
              pdf-file (7.3 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              pdf-file (42 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 6: John Garstang, El Arábah: A Cemetery of the Middle Kingdom;
              Survey of the Old Kingdom Temenos; Graffiti from the Temple of Sety. With
              Notes by Percy E. Newberry on the Hieroglyphic Inscriptions and by J.
              Grafton Milne on the Greek Graffiti, London, 1901. - viii, 49 pp., 40 pls. -
              pdf-file (7.9 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (32 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 7: John Garstang, Mahâsna and Bêt Khallâf. With a Chapter by Kurt
              Sethe, London, 1903. - v, 42 pp., 43 pls.
              pdf-file (6.9 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (31 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 8: A. St. G. Caulfeild, The Temple of the Kings at Abydos
              (Sety I.). With Drawings by H. L. Christie, and a Chapter by
              W. M. Flinders Petrie, London, 1902. - IV, 23 pp., 26 pls. -
              pdf-file (4 MB) URL(*)
              pdf-file (20 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 9: Margaret A. Murray, The Osireion at Abydos. With Sections by
              J. Grafton Milne, B.A. and W. E. Crum, M.A., London, 1904. - vii, 47 pp., 37 pls.
              pdf-file (4.5 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (8.7 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (37 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 10: Margaret A. Murray, Saqqara Mastabas, Part I, London, 1905. -
              vii, 50 pp., 45 pls. This vol. also contains: L. Loat, Gurob, 8 pp., 19 pls.
              pdf-file (7.6 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (12 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 11: Margaret A. Murray, Saqqara Mastabas, Part II,
              With Chapters by Kurt Sethe, London, 1937. - vii, 32 pp., 8 pls.
              pdf-file (3.5 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 12: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Hyksos and Israelite Cities. With
              Chapters by J. Garrow Duncan, London, 1905. - viii, 76 pp., 94 pls. -
              pdf-file (9.2 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 13: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh. With Chapters by Sir
              Herbert Thompson, Bart., and W. E. Crum, London, 1907. - viii, 49 pp., 109 pls.
              pdf-file (21.3 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 14: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Athribis. With Chapters by Dr. J. H.
              Walker and E. B. Knobel, London, 1908. - vi, 26 pp., 43 pls. -
              pdf-file (7.1 MB) - URL[PDF]
              (alternative: URL(***))
              -- vol. 15: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Memphis I. With a Chapter by Dr. J. H.
              Walker, London, 1909. - vii, 26 pp., 54 pls.
              pdf-file (5.2 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (8.1 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              pdf-file (17 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 16: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Qurneh, London, 1909.
              pdf-file (16.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 17: W. M. Flinders Petrie, The Palace of Apries (Memphis II). With a
              Chapter by Dr. J. H. Walker, London, 1909. - vii, 25 pp., 35 pls.
              pdf-file (4.6 MB) - URL
              pdf-file (6.4 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              pdf-file (13 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 18: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Earnest Mackay, Gerald Wainwright, Meydum
              and Memphis (III), London, 1910. - vii, 50 pp., 47 pls.
              pdf-file (26.7 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (8.6 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (9.8 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file (23 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 19: E. B. Knobel, W. W. Midgley, J. G. Milne, M. A. Murray, W. M. F.
              Petrie, Historical Studies, London, 1911. - vii, 50 pp., 25 pls.
              pdf-file (4.4 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (7.0 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 20: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Roman Portraits and Memphis (IV), London,
              1911. - vii, 26 pp., 35 pls.
              pdf-file (7.2 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (12 MB) - URL(*) (URL(*))
              pdf-file (21 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 21: W. M. Flinders Petrie, The Labyrinth Gerzeh and Mazghuneh,
              London, 1912.
              pdf-file (26.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 22: W. M. Flinders Petrie, The Hawara Portfolio: Paintings of the
              Roman Age, London, 1913. - [2] pp., 24 col. pls.
              pdf-file (3.3 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (1.5 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 23: W. M. Flinders Petrie, G. A. Wainwright, A. H. Gardiner, Tarkhan
              I and Memphis V, London, 1913. - vii, 39 pp., 81 pls.
              pdf-file (6.1 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (9.9 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              pdf-file (29 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 24: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Earnest Mackay, Heliopolis, Kafr Ammar
              and Shurafa. With Chapters by G. A. Wainwright, R. Engelbach, D. E. Derry,
              W. W. Midgley, London, 1915. - vii, 55 pp., 58 pls.
              pdf-file (6.5 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (26 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 25: R. Engelbach, Riqqeh and Memphis VI. With Chapters by M. A.
              Murray, H. Flinders Petrie, W. M. Flinders Petrie, London, 1915. - vii, 38 pp., 62 pls.
              pdf-file (6.9 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (20 MB) - URL(**)
              -- vol. 26: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Tarkhan II, London, 1914. 29 pp., 72 pls.
              pdf-file (28.8 MB) - URL(*)
              pdf-file: URL(***)
              [Note the pull-out maps in the latter have not been scanned properly. For the general map
              of the cemetery with tomb numbers, see URL ]
              -- vol. 27: Guy Brunton, Lahun I: The Treasure, London, 1920. - 46 pp., 23 col. pls.
              pdf-file (41.2 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 28: Reginald Engelbach, Battiscombe George Gunn, Harageh, London, 1923.
              viii, 40 pp., 81 pls.
              pdf-file (15.5 MB): URL
              -- vol. 29: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Scarabs and Cylinders with Names
              Illustrated by the Egyptian Collection in University College, London,
              London, 1917. - viii, 46, 5 autographed pp., lviii pp., 73 pls.
              pdf-file (10.1 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (18 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              -- vol. 30: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Tools and Weapons Illustrated by the
              Egyptian Collection in University College, London, and 2,000 Outlines from
              Other Sources, London, 1917. - vii, 71 pp., 5 autographed pp., 79 pls. -
              pdf-file (14 MB) - URL(*) (alternative: URL(*))
              -- vol. 31: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Prehistoric Egypt Illustrated by over
              1,000 Objects in University College, London, London, 1920. - viii, 54 pp., 53 pls.
              pdf-file (6.2 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (9.9 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 32: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Corpus of Prehistoric Pottery and
              Palettes, London, 1921. - 7 pp., 61 pls.
              pdf-file (2.9 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (6.2 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 33: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Guy Brunton, M. A. Murray, Lahun II,
              London, 1923. - VIII, 47 pp., 75 pls.
              pdf-file (29.8 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 34: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Guy Burton, Sedment I, London, 1924.
              URL(**)
              -- vol. 35: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Guy Burton, Sedment II, London, 1924.
              URL(**)
              -- vol. 36: Herbert Thompson, The Gospel of St. John according to the
              earliest coptic manuscript, London, 1924.
              pdf-file (9.5 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 37: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Tombs of the Courtiers and Oxyrhynkhos.
              With Chapters by Alan Gardiner, Hilda Petrie and M. A. Murray, London,
              1925. - 31 pp., 55 pls.
              pdf-file (5.1 MB) - URL[PDF]
              pdf-file (6.9 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 38: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Buttons and design scarabs,
              London, 1925.
              pdf-file (23.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 39: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Ancient weights and measures,
              London, 1926.
              pdf-file (28.2 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 40: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Glass stamps and weights
              Illustrated from the Egyptian collection in University college,
              London, 1926.
              pdf-file (7.8 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 41: Guy Brunton, Reginald Engelbach, Gurob, London, 1927.
              not available
              -- vol. 42: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Objects of daily use, London, 1927.
              pdf-file (31.3 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 43: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Gerar, London, 1928. - vii, 34 pp., 72 pls.
              pdf-file (5.1 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 44: Guy Brunton, Qau and Badari I. With Chapters by Alan Gardiner
              and Flinders Petrie, London, 1927. - viii, 89 pp., 49 pls.
              pdf-file (7.3 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 45: Guy Brunton, Qau and Badari II, London, 1928.
              pdf-file (13.5 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 46: Guy Brunton, Gertrude Caton-Thompson, The Badarian Civilization
              and Predynastic Remains near Badari, London, 1928. - x, 128 pp., 85 pls.
              pdf-file (21.7 MB) - URL[PDF]
              -- vol. 47: Ernest John Henry Mackay, G. Lankester Harding, W. M. Flinders Petrie,
              Bahrein and Hemamieh, London, 1929.
              not available
              -- vol. 48: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Beth-Pelet I, (Tell Fara), London, 1930.
              pdf-file (11.9 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 49: J. Garrow Duncan, W. M. Flinders Petrie, J. L. Starkey,
              Corpus of dated Palestinian Pottery by J. Garrow Duncan including
              pottery of Gerar and Beth-Pelet dated and arranged by Sir Flinders
              Petrie and beads of Beth-Pelet dated and arranged by J. L. Starkey,
              London, 1930
              pdf-file (12.4 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 50: Guy Brunton, Qau and Badari III, London, 1930. - 43 pp., 57 pls.
              pdf-file (79.1 MB) - URL(***)[PDF]
              pdf-file (81.0 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 51: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Antaeopolis: The tombs of Qau,
              London, 1930.
              pdf-file (6.2 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 52: E. Mc Donald, J.L. Starkey, L. Harding, Beth Pelet II, London, 1932
              pdf-file (32.4 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 53: William M. Flinders Petrie, Gaza 1, London, 1931
              pdf-file (138.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 54: William M. Flinders Petrie, Gaza 2, London, 1932
              pdf-file (139.0 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 55: William M. Flinders Petrie, Gaza 3, London, 1933
              pdf-file (123.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 56: William M. Flinders Petrie, Gaza 4, London, 1934
              pdf-file (167.8 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 57: William M. Flinders Petrie, Shabtis illustrated by the Egyptian
              collection in University College, London, 1935
              pdf-file (13.8 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 58: William M. Flinders Petrie, Ellis J.C., Anthedon (Sinai), London, 1937
              pdf-file (15.6 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 59: William M. Flinders Petrie, The funeral furniture of Egypt &
              Stone and metal vases, London, 1937
              pdf-file (21.5 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 60: W. M. Flinders Petrie, Egyptian architecture, London, 1938.
              pdf-file (7.8 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 61: William M. Flinders Petrie, The making of Egypt, London, 1939
              pdf-file (31.9 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 62: M. A. Murray, J. C. Ellis, A Street In Petra, London, 1940
              pdf-file (16.0 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 63: William M. Flinders Petrie, The wisdom of the Egyptians, London, 1940
              pdf-file (6.24 MB) - URL(***)
              -- vol. 64: William M. Flinders Petrie, City of Shepherd Kings, and
              E.J.H. Mackay, Margaret a Murray, Ancient Gaza V, London, 1952
              pdf-file (193.8 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 65: Hilda Flinders Petrie; Margaret A. Murray, Seven Memphite tomb chapels,
              London, 1952
              pdf-file (52.2 MB) - URL(*)
              -- vol. 66,1-2: William M. Flinders Petrie, Ceremonial slate palettes -
              Corpus of proto-dynastic pottery Thirty plates of drawings, London, 1953
              pdf-file (62.8 MB) - URL(*)

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              Musiques et danses dans l’Antiquité

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              Musiques et danses dans l’Antiquité
              Musiques et danses dans l’Antiquité
              La publication des actes du colloque qui s’est tenu à Brest en 2006 met en lumière les rapports complexes qui existent entre musiques, rythmes et danses : toute musique n’est pas forcément faite pour être dansée, mais lorsqu’une musique est composée pour l’orchestique elle est toujours vocale. La découverte de papyrus musicaux, les reconstitutions d’instruments antiques et leur pratique, la restitution de la métrique et des rythmes antiques, l’exécution de chorégraphies antiques sur des pa...

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              • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
              • Collection : Histoire
              • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
              • Année d’édition : 2011
              • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 19 septembre 2019
              • Nombre de pages : 336 p.
              Marie-Hélène Delavaud-Roux
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              Almogaren
              El Almogaren es la serie de publicaciones mas importante del Institutum Canarium que contiene los estudios de la prehistoria de Canarias y de las culturas mediterráneas, así como aportaciones sobre temas científicos de interés general. Desde 1970 se han publicado 40 tomos que recogen más de 400 artículos en 4 lenguas. Asimismo, existe un intercambio de publicaciones en el que participan universidades, academias e institutos de investigación situados en todo el mundo. El Almogaren está disponible en las más importantes bibliotecas (de Europa fundamentalmente). A los socios del Institutum Canarium se les envía el Almogaren cada año.

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              Almogaren is the name of the most important publication series of the Institutum Canarium containing studies about the prehistory and history of the Canary Islands and mediterranean cultures as well as contributions of general interest. Almogaren was published since 1970 and comprises more than 30 volumes with more than 400 contributions (in German, Spanish, English and French). There is a worldwide exchange of publications with universities, academies and research institutes. The publication series is also present in big libraries (predominatly in Europe). The membership of the Institutum Canarium includes the subscription of the Almogaren.

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              Almogaren 26/1995 Contenido
              Almogaren 24-25/1993-94 Contenido
              Almogaren 23/1992 Contenido
              Almogaren 22/1991 Contenido
              Almogaren 21-2/1990 Contenido
              Almogaren 21-1/1990 Contenido
              Almogaren 20-2/1989 Contenido
              Almogaren 20-1/1989 Contenido
              Almogaren 18-19/1987-88 Contenido
              Almogaren 17/1986 Contenido
              Almogaren 15-16/1984-85 Contenido
              Almogaren 13-14/1982-83 Contenido
              Almogaren 11-12/1980-81 Contenido
              Almogaren 9-10/1978-79 Contenido
              Almogaren 8/1977 Contenido
              Almogaren 7/1976 Contenido
              Almogaren 5-6/1974-75 Contenido
              Almogaren 4/1973 Contenido
              Almogaren 3/1972 Contenido
              Almogaren 2/1971 Contenido
              Almogaren 1/1970 Contenido

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

              Spanish/Catalan/Portuguese Open Access Journals on the Ancient World