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Open Access Journal: Türk Tarih Kongreler

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Türk Tarih Kongreler

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (I. Cilt)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN … İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON I ESKİ ANADOLU UYGARLIKLARI İBRAHİM TUNÇ…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (II. Cilt-I. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN … İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON II ORTA ASYA VE KAFKASYA TARİHİ…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (II. Cilt-II.Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN … İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON II ORTA ASYA VE KAFKASYA TARİHİ…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (III. Cilt)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON III SELÇUKLU DEVLETİ VE BEYLİKLER DÖNEMİ TARİHİ…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-I. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ MEHMET İPŞİRLİ: Osmanlı Vekãyinâme…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-II. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ MEHMET DEMİRTAŞ: Tüketici Hukuku…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-III. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ NURİ ADIYEKE: Şerif Muhsin’in…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-IV. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ ALPASLAN DEMİR: 15-16. Yüzyıl…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-V. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ ABDULKADİR İNALTEKİN: 100. Yılında Berlin’de Unutulan…

XVII. Türk Tarih Kongresi, 15-17 Eylül 2014, Ankara (IV. Cilt-VI. Kısım)

Kapak, Dizi, Sayı, ISBN… İÇİNDEKİLER Açılış Konuşmaları XI Bakan Konuşması XIX SEKSİYON IV OSMANLI TARİHİ SAMİ SALEH ABD AL-MALİK:…

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Chemin faisant: Mythes, cultes et société en Grèce ancienne. Mélanges en l'honneur de Pierre Brulé

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Chemin faisant: Mythes, cultes et société en Grèce ancienne. Mélanges en l'honneur de Pierre Brulé 
 Chemin faisant
Internationalement reconnu pour ses travaux sur la religion et la société grecques antiques, Pierre Brulé ne cesse de déconstruire le « miracle grec » en s'intéressant tout d'abord à ses marges, ses fractures, ses ombres. Les études rassemblées dans cet ouvrage s'inscrivent dans cette perspective en proposant de nouvelles approches, essentiellement dans trois domaines : l'histoire des femmes, l'histoire religieuse et l'histoire du corps.
Ces trois domaines bien évidemment se recoupent,...

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  • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
  • Collection : Histoire
  • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
  • Année d’édition : 2009
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 09 octobre 2019
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753509467
  • EAN électronique : 9782753566965
  • Nombre de pages : 318 p.
Lydie Bodiou, Véronique Mehl, Jacques Oulhen et al.
Abécédaire inachevé. Fragments pour une biographie non autorisée
Lydie Bodiou, Véronique Mehl, Jacques Oulhen et al.
Introduction

Quatrième partie. Itinéraires corporels

Gwenaëlle Le Person
Soigner l’épilepsie (Hippocrate, Maladie sacrée)

Existe-t-il une opposition entre la médecine « populaire » des magoi et la médecine « rationnelle » des Hippocratiques dans le traitement de la maladie ?

La justice dans les cités grecques: De la formation des royaumes hellénistiques au legs d'Attale

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La justice dans les cités grecques: De la formation des royaumes hellénistiques au legs d'Attale
La justice dans les cités grecques 
Dans le nouveau contexte géopolitique engendré par la mort d'Alexandre, les évolutions lentes et progressives du droit et de la justice des cités grecques se sont brusquement retrouvées confrontées à un horizon juridique original dont les principes s'opposaient à ceux qui avaient fondé, jusqu'alors, l'exercice de la justice. À la cité même comme principe et source du droit appliqué par sa justice s'est substituée la personne du souverain hellénistique. Les cités prirent acte de cette incur...

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  • Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rennes
  • Collection : Histoire
  • Lieu d’édition : Rennes
  • Année d’édition : 2010
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 09 octobre 2019
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782753509832
  • EAN électronique : 9782753567214
  • Nombre de pages : 560 p.
Les formats HTML, PDF et ePub de cet ouvrage sont accessibles aux usagers des bibliothèques et institutions qui l'ont acquis dans le cadre de l'offre OpenEdition Freemium for Books. L'ouvrage pourra également être acheté sur les sites de nos libraires partenaires, aux formats PDF et ePub. Si l’édition papier est disponible, des liens vers les librairies sont également proposés sur cette page.

Open Access Journal: Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) Journal

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[First posted in AWOL 24 July 2015, updates 9 October 2019]

Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) Journal
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The CCED Journal is a peer-reviewed publication. Submissions may be in either English or French. 

Submitted work should be double-spaced throughout, and should be prepared in conformity with The Chicago Manual of Style. 16th Edition.
Endnotes are preferred over footnotes. Articles should be in Times New Roman 12 pt. font.
Submissions can take the form of notes or observations (1/2 - 3 pages) or short articles (4-8 pages, plus references) relating to epigraphic studies.

Epigraphic Studies includes: 

  • historical or philological aspects of inscriptions
  • art historical aspects of inscriptions and their surrounding decorative motifs
  • digital humanities or information/library studies approaches relating to inscriptions
  • numismatics and sigillography  

We especially welcome articles on inscriptions from the CCED online collection and editions of unpublished inscriptions. 


All content submitted to the Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) Journal shall be licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Only License, the terms of which can be found at
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.  
This license allows for all submitted content to be used free of charge so long as proper attribution is given.
 Volume 1, Issue 1 (2014)
  • Copyright Implications of Epigraphic Squeezes
    ROBERT GLUSHKO
    University of Toronto Libraries
  • Palaeography in Syriac Inscriptions and Manuscripts
    AMIR HARRAK
    University of Toronto
  • Mitanni Palaeography: A Brief Look at the Tušratta Letters
    ZENOBIA S. HOMAN
    University of London
  • Under Saint Michael's Protection: A Tattoo from Christian Nubia
    MARIE VANDENBEUSCH and DANIEL
    ANTOINE
    British Museum
  • Open Access Journal: Hermeneus

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    [First posted in AWOL 23 March 2015, updated (new URL) 10 October 2019]

    Hermeneus











    Het NKV geeft vijf keer per jaar Hermeneus uit, een geïllustreerd, populair wetenschappelijk tijdschrift.

    Het blad Hermeneus belicht alle aspecten van de klassieke beschaving: van Zeus tot Achilles, van Homerus tot Augustinus, van Socrates tot Plotinus, van Perikles tot Constantijn, van opgravingen tot musea. Maar ook: hoe de gewone Griek en Romein dacht, leefde en werkte. Ook bèta-onderwerpen, architectuur, economie, biologie, geneeskunde etc... komen aan de orde.

    Tenminste één thema-nummer per jaar belicht diepgaand een speciaal onderwerp, bijvoorbeeld: de Griekse tragedie, komedie, Romeins België en Nederland, het antieke Rome, Ionië, invloed van de oudheid op latere perioden etc.

    Tevens bevat Hermeneus actuele informatie over tentoonstellingen, lezingen en andere culturele activiteiten. Deze informatie vindt u in de rubriek Klassieke Agenda. Ook vindt u recensies over nieuwe boeken op het gebied van de klassieke oudheid.

    Hermeneus kunt u lezen zonder kennis van Grieks en Latijn. Antieke teksten en begrippen worden altijd vertaald of toegelicht.

    Alle artikelen van de jaargangen 1 - 78 (1928-2006) van Hermeneus zijn digitaal te raadplegen. Kijk op Hermeneus online. Bovendien worden op deze website af en toe artikelen uit recentere nummers van Hermeneus uitgelicht. Zo verscheen onlangs een interessant artikel over het Pantheon, geschreven door Sjef Kemper (Hermeneus 88-1, 2016), online

    Open Access Monograph Series: MOM Éditions

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    MOM Éditions
    MOM Éditions
    MOM Éditions est la nouvelle désignation du service des Publications de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée – Jean Pouilloux. Structure  en place depuis 1975, elle mène une politique éditoriale pluridisciplinaire, à l’instar des travaux conduits par les laboratoires de la MOM. Elle est ainsi un outil indispensable pour la valorisation des recherches dans le domaine de l’histoire, l’archéologie, l’épigraphie, la géographie, la littérature, la philologie ou encore la linguistique. Son catalogue compte plus de 170 titres. Son partenariat avec d’autres éditeurs lui permet de disposer d’un champ éditorial étendu à travers des coéditions touchant un public plus large.
    • Kition-Bamboula VII

      Kition-Bamboula VII


      Fouilles dans les nécropoles de Kition (2012-2014)


      Anna Cannavò, Sabine Fourrier et Alexandre Rabot

      2018
    • Antiquipop

      Antiquipop

      La référence à l’Antiquité dans la culture populaire contemporaine

      Fabien Bièvre-Perrin et Élise Pampanay (dir.)
      2018
    • L’empereur et le moine

      L’empereur et le moine

      Les relations du pouvoir impérial avec les monastères à Byzance (ixexiiie siècle)

      Rosa Benoit-Meggenis
      2017
    • Stratégies mémorielles

      Stratégies mémorielles

      Les cultes funéraires privés en Égypte ancienne de la VIeà la XIIe dynastie

      Rémi Legros
      2016
    • Habitat et environnement

      Habitat et environnement

      Prospections dans les marges arides de la Syrie du Nord

      Marie-Odile Rousset, Bernard Geyer, Pierre-Louis Gatier et al. (dir.)
      2016
    • The Human Face of Radiocarbon

      The Human Face of Radiocarbon

      Reassessing Chronology in prehistoric Greece and Bulgaria, 5000-3000 cal BC

      Zoï Tsirtsoni (dir.)
      2016
    • Vienne dans les textes grecs et latins

      Vienne dans les textes grecs et latins


      Chroniques littéraires sur l'histoire de la cité, des Allobroges à la fin du Ve siècle de notre ère


      Gérard Lucas

      2016

    New Open Access Monograph Series: Mythological Studies

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    Mythological Studies
    e-ISSN 2626-9171
    Ed. by Zgoll, Annette / Zgoll, Christian
    Die Reihe Mythological Studies (MythoS) ist der Erschließung von Mythen in verschiedenen medialen Konkretionen aus disziplinärer wie fächerübergreifender, transmedialer und komparatistischer Perspektive gewidmet. Einen geographischen und zeitlichen Ausgangspunkt bilden Mythen aus dem Bereich der antiken Mittelmeerkulturen und des Alten Orients, doch sind Ausweitungen bis in die Moderne projektiert. Einen inhaltlichen Schwerpunkt stellt eine vornehmlich stoffanalytische Herangehensweise dar, nach der Mythos nicht als Text oder Gattung, sondern als Erzählstoff verstanden wird, der sich in verschiedenen Formen medial konkretisieren läßt wie in Texten oder Bildern, aber bspw. auch in Form von rituellen Handlungen, Tänzen, Pantomimen, mündlichen Vorträgen oder Filmen.

    In die Reihe aufgenommen werden wissenschaftliche Arbeiten zu Mythen aus verschiedenen Epochen und Kulturen, sowie Studien zu Theorie und Methodik der Mythosforschung. Veröffentlichungssprachen sind Englisch und Deutsch. Manuskripte werden von zwei Gutachter*innen beurteilt. Dabei gilt das Single-blind peer review-Verfahren.

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    Symposium on Nubian Studies 2, 1972, Warsaw

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    Symposium on Nubian Studies <2, 1972, Warschau> [Editor]; Society for Nubian Studies [Editor]; Michałowski, Kazimierz [Oth.]
    Nubia: récentes recherches ; actes du Colloque Nubiologique International au Musée National de Varsovie, 19 - 22 Juin 1972
    Varsovie: Musée National, 1975
    Citation link:https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/michalowski1975  
    URN:urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-diglit-475989  
    DOI:https://doi.org/10.11588/diglit.47598
    Metadata:METS
    IIIF Manifest:https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/iiif/michalowski1975/manifest.json
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    Le principat d’Auguste: Réalités et représentations du pouvoir. Autour de la Res publica restituta

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    Le principat d’Auguste: Réalités et représentations du pouvoir. Autour de la Res publica restituta
    Le principat d’Auguste
    À la suite de la bataille d’Actium, Auguste est parvenu à fonder un régime politique durable, communément appelé principat, dont la nature continue à faire débat. L’apparition au début des années 20 av. J.-C. du thème de la Res publica restituta, à la fois slogan et programme politique qui faisaient d’Auguste le restaurateur de l’État romain, n’est pas le moindre des paradoxes. Si l’historiographie reste sensible aux ruptures qui résultaient de la mainmise sur l’État d’un seul homme et de sa famille, il y a place également pour une étude des continuités que le nouveau régime n’a cessé de mettre en avant à ses débuts.
    Les organisateurs du colloque de Nantes, Fr. Hurlet et B. Mineo, ont rassemblé une équipe internationale d’une vingtaine de chercheurs pour susciter un échange de points de vue sur le sujet entre littéraires, historiens, historiens de l’art et archéologues. Les auteurs augustéens – historien comme Tite-Live, poètes comme Virgile, Horace ou Ovide – ont été l’objet d’une attention particulière à travers l’étude de leur perception du nouveau régime et de la nature de leurs relations avec le prince ; l’enquête a été étendue aux auteurs postérieurs à Auguste qui ont traité de la naissance du principat (Tacite et Dion Cassius). Les épigraphistes et les numismates ont analysé la manière dont le nouveau régime cherchait à se présenter sur les inscriptions et les monnaies afin de mieux saisir toutes les subtilités du discours officiel. La mise en forme des pouvoirs impériaux et l’attitude de l’aristocratie au moment de la mise en place du principat ont fait également l’objet d’études spécifiques. Ont été prises en compte les images liées au nouveau pouvoir – monuments, demeure d’Auguste sur le Palatin, statues, reliefs, cérémonies religieuses – comme support matériel de l’idéologie impériale.
    Un tel faisceau de points de vue permet de mieux se représenter dans toute leur complexité les fondements du principat augustéen à sa naissance.
    © Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2009
    Conditions d’utilisation : http://www.openedition.org/6540
    Jean-Louis Ferrary
    Conclusions

    ICS Varia [International Catacomb Society]

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    ICS Varia [International Catacomb Society]
    “Master of Classical Greek Sculpture: Scopas and Boston”
    Text of 2002 Estelle Shohet Brettman Memorial Lecture by Dr. Olga Palagia, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Archaeology and Art History, Athens University
    Abstract: Scopas, once of the great Greek sculptors and architects of the 4th century BCE, gained fame for his work on the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, and eventually recognition as an important influence on the High Classical style and development of European Art. Professor Olga Palagia reviews his career and points out the stylistic links between his work and sculptures in the MFA's collection, including a masterful bronze head of a goddess.
    “New Light on Women's Roles in the Ancient Synagogues of the Roman Empire”  
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    Text of 1990 ICS Founders' Lecture by Dr. Marisa de Spagnolis, Director of the Office of Excavations of Nocera and Sarno, Italy and ICS Honorary Director
    Abstract: In September 1988, during work undertaken to construct a second track of the Naples-Salerno railroad in Upper Nocera, an ancient structure was discovered. Tomb n. 17 of this necropolis (a chest type, a cassa), presented a new feature, the presence of two marble slabs inserted into the walls of the tomb, evidently transferred from another site. Each slab bears and incised menorah along with a Greek inscription. The first inscription makes reference to a woman named Myrina, designated as a presbytera. The other mentions a man, named Pedoneius, designated as a grammateus. Described, without a doubt, are a husband and wife, one a grammateus and the other a presbytera. De' Spagnolis Conticello's impressive find offers strong evidence for women holding offices in the Jewish congregations of the Late Roman Empire and is of major importance also because it provides evidence for one or more synagogues in the well-organized and rather complex community of Nocera Superiore. The presence of Jews in Antiquity was not previously known in this site. 
    "Exploring Estelle: AIA Advocate, Jewish Site Preservation Pioneer"
    Text of 2018 lecture at the Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting in Boston, MA (Session 1J: "New Approaches to the Catacombs of Rome") by Jessica Dello Russo, ICS Executive Director.
    Abstract: Attendees at the American Institute for Archaeology's Centennial Meeting in Boston in December of 1979 had an exceptional opportunity to learn about new research on Jews in the Roman Diaspora, including Jewish tombs in the underground cemeteries or "catacombs' of Rome and Venosa. With the financial backing of AIA Deputy Coordinator Estelle Shohet Brettman, an international panel of experts on Ancient Judaism convened at the AIA meeting to share their work on archaeological evidence of Jewish communities within the larger context of Greco-Roman civilization.
    The meeting of like minds at the 1979 meeting was timely, and not just for the AIA's big anniversary. While none of the panelists spoke primarily about Rome's Jewish catacombs, these were the archaeological remains most in the public eye at the time, as Italy and the Vatican moved forward to ratify a new treaty which would remove these ancient Jewish burial grounds from Vatican control, a deal at long last made in 1984. Talking about Ancient Jews in Rome was the same as talking about the tombs of Jews in Rome, since virtually all the evidence was from mortuary remains. It was too big an elephant in the room to be ignored.
    And it wasn't. The other big Boston event that coincided with the AIA panel was an exhibit of photographs of the Jewish and Christian Catacombs of Rome taken by Brettman herself. This exhibit, however, was not held in a conference hall, or limited to a scholarly audience. It was free and open to all in the foyer of the Boston Public Library from the December holiday season through early February of 1980. According to BPL Acting Director Liam Kelly, Brettman's display was one of the most successful programs in memory held at the site.
    At the time of the BPL show's inauguration, the International Catacomb Society was born. This presentation contextualizes the significance of the AIA and BPL events for the society's founding, and outlines the rich public legacy Brettman left behind at her death in 1991.

    Open Access Journal: Emerita. Revista de linguistica y folología clasica

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    [Originally posted November 2, 2009.  Updated 11 October, 2019]

    Emerita. Revista de linguistica y folología clasica
    eISSN: 1988-8384
    ISSN: 0013-6662
    http://emerita.revistas.csic.es/public/journals/1/emerita_barra.jpg
    Fundada en 1933 por D. Ramón Menéndez Pidal, EMERITA publica artículos, notas, informaciones y reseñas, rigurosamente originales, de Filología clásica, Lingüística griega, latina, indoeuropea e ibérica, y de Historia antigua. 
    EMERITA es, desde su fundación, una de las revistas científicas de alto nivel más valoradas en su campo.
    EMERITA facilita el acceso sin restricciones a todo su contenido seis meses después de su publicación. Durante este periodo de embargo, el acceso al texto completo de los artículos está reservado a los suscriptores de la edición impresa.
    Founded in 1933 by D. Ramón Menéndez Pidal, EMERITA publishes original articles and notes, news and book reviews concerning Classical Philology, Greek, Latin, Indoeuropean and Iberian Linguistics and Ancient History.

    EMERITA is, since its foundation, one of the best known and valued high level scientific Journals in its field.

    In addition, the journal publishes monographs concerning the aforementioned subjects in the series Manuales y Anejos de Emerita (see the titles in eBook format).

    Emerita provides unrestricted, access to full text contents of this online edition immediately after publication.
    Most recent issue:

    Vol 87, No 1 (2019)

    Sumario

    Artículos

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    Notas sobre la historia de σύμφωνον / consonans
    José Luis Moralejo Álvarez
    1-22
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    Demo de Pnix: la asamblea ateniense en Caballeros de Aristófanes
    Julián Gallego
    23-46
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    Operadores de aproximación en el decir y de atenuación en griego antiguo: la partícula που
    José Miguel Jiménez Delgado
    47-72
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    Una inscripción mágica de Panticapeo única y los enemigos desconocidos
    Eleni Chronopoulou
    73-82
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    Ecloga haec paene tota Theocriti est: riflessioni sull´Ecloga VII di Virgilio
    Paola Gagliardi
    83-98
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    El epitafio de Ovidio (Trist. III 3.73-76): la complejidad de la deixis al servicio de la sofisticación poética
    Susana González Marín
    99-121
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    Pitágoras y el pitagorismo en la obra de Ausonio
    Antonio Alvar Ezquerra
    123-137
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    Motivos amatorios en los Parentalia de Ausonio
    Rosario Moreno Soldevila
    139-161

    Notas e información

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    Un nuevo comentario del Himno a Hermes
    José Antonio Fernández Delgado
    163-172

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    Milagros Quijada Sagredo, Pietro Colletta, Mercedes López Salvá, Enrique Nieto Izquierdo, Benjamín García-Hernández, David Hernández de la Fuente, Francesca Mestre, Carmen Morenilla Talens, José María Lucas, Ángel López Chala
    173-199
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    Open Access Journal: ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝ: Ήλεκτρονικό περιοδικό αρχαίας έλληνικης έπιγραφικής, τοπογραφίας καί ιστορίας - Electronic Journal on Ancient Greek Epigraphy, Topography and History

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    ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝ:Ήλεκτρονικό περιοδικό αρχαίας έλληνικης έπιγραφικής, τοπογραφίας καί ιστορίας - Electronic Journal on Ancient Greek Epigraphy, Topography and History
    ISSN: 2241-4290
     
    Τὸ περιοδικὸ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΟΝἐκδίδεται ἐτησίως σὲ ἠλεκτρονικὴ μορφὴ ἀπὸ τὴν Ἑλληνικὴ Ἐπιγραφικὴ Ἑταιρεία (ΕΕΕ). Μὲ τὴν ἔκδοση τοῦ περιοδικοῦ ἡ Ἑταιρεία ἐπιδιώκει τὴν ἔγκαιρη ἀνακοίνωση νέων εὑρημάτων καὶ πορισμάτων τῆς ἔρευνας καὶ τὴν ταχεία ἐνημέρωση τῆς ἐπιστημονικῆς κοινότητας. Τὴν ὕλη τοῦ περιοδικοῦ ἀποτελοῦν σύντομα κατὰ κανόνα ἄρθρα ποὺ ἀφοροῦν στὶς ἀρχαῖες Ἑλληνικὲς ἐπιγραφές, τὴν ἀρχαία τοπογραφία καὶ ἱστορία, καθὼς καὶ ἐπίκαιρα σχόλια ἀφορῶντα στοὺς τομεῖς αὐτούς. 
        Στὸ περιοδικὸ γίνονται δεκτὰ ἄρθρα ἑλληνικὰ καὶ ξενόγλωσσα. 
        Ἡ ἀνάρτηση τῶν ἄρθρων γίνεται ἐγκαίρως (καὶ ὄχι στὸ τέλος τοῦ ἔτους) μὲ τὴν σειρὰ ποὺ παραλαμβάνονται.
    The electronic journal Grammateion will be published yearly by the Greek Epigraphic Society. The aim of the journal is the prompt publication of new archaeological finds and studies to be shared without delay with the scholarly community.

    The journal will publish primarily short articles on Ancient Greek inscriptions, Ancient Topography and History, including scholarly comments and remarks on these topics. Submitted articles will be uploaded in the order in which they are received (not at the end of the year).

    KAZUHIRO TAKEUCHI
    Two Attic Demarchs Revisited
    Two Attic Demarchs Revisited - PDF
    5-10
    ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΣ ΠΑΠΑΖΑΡΚΑΔΑΣ
    Ὁ οἶκος τοῦ τριηράρχου Ἀρχεδήμου καὶ ὁ δῆμος τῶν Αὐριδῶν: παρατηρήσεις σὲ ἕνα νέο ἀττικὸ ἐπιτύμβιο μνημεῖο
    Ὁ οἶκος τοῦ τριηράρχου Ἀρχεδήμου καὶ ὁ δῆμος τῶν Αὐριδῶν: παρατηρήσεις σὲ ἕνα νέο ἀττικὸ ἐπιτύμβιο μνημεῖο - PDF
    11-14
    ΜΕΛΠΩ Ι. ΠΩΛΟΓΙΩΡΓΗ
    Μία χρυσῆ θριπήδεστος, ἕνα θριπήδεστον χρυσοῦν καὶ ἕνα χρυσὸ περίαπτο
    Μία χρυσῆ θριπήδεστος, ἕνα θριπήδεστον χρυσοῦν καὶ ἕνα χρυσὸ περίαπτο - PDF
    15-21
    ΑΓΓΕΛΟΣ Π. ΜΑΤΘΑΙΟΥ
    Ἡ χρονολόγησις τῆς ἀναθηματικῆς ἐπιγραφῆς IG II³4, 1, 245
    Ἡ χρονολόγησις τῆς ἀναθηματικῆς ἐπιγραφῆς IG II³ 4, 1, 245 - PDF
    23-25
    ΑΓΓΕΛΟΣ Π. ΜΑΤΘΑΙΟY
    Εἰς ἀναθηματικὴν ἐπιγραφήν (IG II³ 4, 1, 54)
    Εἰς ἀναθηματικὴν ἐπιγραφήν (IG II³ 4, 1, 54) - PDF
    27-28
    ΓΕΩΡΓΙΑ Ε. ΜΑΛΟΥΧΟΥ
    Ἐπιτύμβιον Μιχαήλου Λύμπονα Ἀθηναίου (1615-1678)
    Ἐπιτύμβιον Μιχαήλου Λύμπονα Ἀθηναίου (1615-1678) - PDF
    29-32
    NILS N. FISCHER – ΣΤΕΛΙΟΣ ΠΕΡΡΑΚΗΣ
    Η επανεύρεση του ψηφίσματος της Νικουριάς (IG XII 7, 506)
    Η επανεύρεση του ψηφίσματος της Νικουριάς (IG XII 7, 506) - PDF
    33-42
    ΔΕΣΠΟΙΝΑ Α. ΤΣΑΡΔΑΚΑ
    Eνεπίγραφος επιτύμβιος όρος από τη Χίο
    Eνεπίγραφος επιτύμβιος όρος από τη Χίο - PDF
    43-44
    AΓΓΕΛΟΣ Π. ΜΑΤΘΑΙΟΥ
    Ἐπιτύμβιο ἐπίγραμμα Πάρου
    Ἐπιτύμβιο ἐπίγραμμα Πάρου - PDF
    45-49

    Open Access Journal: Gladius: estudios sobre armas antiguas, armamento, arte militar y vida cultural en Oriente y Occidente

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    Gladius: estudios sobre armas antiguas, armamento, arte militar y vida cultural en Oriente y Occidente
    eISSN: 1988-4168
    ISSN: 0436-029X
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    Gladius publica contribuciones científicas los siguientes temas: Armamento desde la Prehistoria hasta fines del siglo XVIII, Polemología, Historia de la guerra en Europa, el mundo colonial americano, y el Islam. Asimismo contiene una sección especial para la discusión científica y recensiones. 

    Gladius está indizada en Web of Science (Thomson-ISI) A&HCI y Elsevier Scopus. 

    Gladius proporciona acceso sin restricciones a todos los contenidos a texto completo desde el momento de su publicación en esta edición electrónica.
    Gladius publishes scientific contributions on the following subjects: Arms and Armour, Military History and Polemology, from the earliest times until the end of the Eighteenth century, mainly in the Iberian Peninsula, Europe, Islam and the Americas, although other contributions will be considered. It also contains a section on scientific discussion and reviews.

    Gladius is covered by the Web of Science (Thomson-ISI) A&HCI and Elsevier Scopus.

    Gladius provides free, unrestricted access to full-text articles immediately after publication in this online edition

    Vol 38 (2018)

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    La lanza de Alejandro en Gortina
    Borja Antela-Bernárdez
    7-13

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    Un conjunto de equipo militar romano procedente de Brigantum/Bregenz (austria). evidencia arqueológica sobre un insólito scutum rectangular
    Julia Kopf
    15-34

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    Equites del ala Tauriana al servicio de Roma: los Sempronii del oppidum de los bañales (Hispania Citerior)
    Ángel Ventura Villanueva, Javier Andreu Pintado, Luis Romero Novella
    35-45

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    Los centuriones en la epigrafía romana de Hispania: las relaciones sociales
    Roberto López Casado
    47-65

    [es]
    Las campañas en Mesia durante la primera guerra dácica de Trajano (101-102 d. c.): la última tentativa expansionista del Estado dacio
    David Soria Molina
    67-87

    [en]
    Los inicios y primeras localizaciones de la Legio II Traiana Fortis
    Sergio Miserachs García, Lorena Castillo Campillo
    89-97

    [es]
    La artillería en el reino de Castilla y León durante el siglo XV
    José Javier de Castro Fernández, Javier Mateo de Castro
    99-124

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    El manuscrito persa sobre tiro con arco Izá (Revelación) por Tāher Māwarā al-Nahri
    Manouchehr Moshtagh Khorasani, Bede Dwyer
    125-158

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    Cañones al óleo. una alternativa para la artillería de Cartagena de Indias a fines del siglo XVIII
    Manuel Gámez Casado
    159-176

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    El factor humano en la defensa de Gijón frente al austracismo. 1700-1712
    Evaristo C. Martínez-Radío Garrido
    177-197

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    Reseñas
    Raimon Graells i Fabregat, Álvaro Gómez Peña, Antonio Miguel Jiménez Serrano, Juan Ramón de Luz Carretero
    199-209
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    Open Access Textbooks relating to Antiquity at The Open Textbook Library

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    [First posted in AWOL 9 October 2017, updated 12 October 2019]

    Open Access Textbooks relating to Antiquity at The Open Textbook Library
    The costs of college is going up every year, and it's not just tuition that weighs on student's minds and bank accounts. According to the College Board, undergraduates spend an average of $1200 on textbooks annually. Faced with these costs, the academic impact is seen in classrooms across the country--many students choose to not buy a required text, take fewer courses, and some even drop or fail a course completely.
    Open textbooks are a solution. The Open Textbook Library provides a growing catalog of free, peer-reviewed, and openly-licensed textbooks.
    Explore the library's books to see if an open textbook fits your course's, and students', needs.
    Read more about Mythology Unbound: An Online Textbook for Classical Mythology

    Mythology Unbound: An Online Textbook for Classical Mythology

    Jessica Mellenthin
    Susan O. Shapiro
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    Read more about Western Civilization: A Concise History -  Volume 3

    Western Civilization: A Concise History - Volume 3

    Christopher Brooks
    Western Civilization: A Concise History is an Open Educational Resource textbook covering the history of Western Civilization from approximately 8,000 BCE to 2017 CE. It is available in three volumes covering the following time periods and topics:

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    Read more about Western Civilization: A Concise History -  Volume 2

    Western Civilization: A Concise History - Volume 2

    Christopher Brooks
    Western Civilization: A Concise History is an Open Educational Resource textbook covering the history of Western Civilization from approximately 8,000 BCE to 2017 CE. It is available in three volumes covering the following time periods and topics:
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    Read more about Western Civilization: A Concise History -  Volume 1

    Western Civilization: A Concise History - Volume 1

    Christopher Brooks
    Western Civilization: A Concise History is an Open Educational Resource textbook covering the history of Western Civilization from approximately 8,000 BCE to 2017 CE. It is available in three volumes covering the following time periods and topics:

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    Read more about Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin

    Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin

    Peter Smith, University of Victoria

    Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin is part one of a two part series. This series examines the systematic principles by which a large portion of English vocabulary has evolved from Latin and (to a lesser degree) from Greek. This book focuses on Latin roots. A link to the second part focusing on the Greek roots can be found below. Part I will try to impart some skill in the recognition and proper use of words derived from Latin. There is a stress on principles: although students will be continually looking at interesting individual words, their constant aim will be to discover predictable general patterns of historical development, so that they may be able to cope with new and unfamiliar words of any type that they have studied. They will be shown how to approach the problem by a procedure known as “word analysis,” which is roughly comparable to the dissection of an interesting specimen in the biology laboratory. The text assumes no previous knowledge of Latin, and does not involve the grammatical study of this language—except for a few basic features of noun and verb formation that will help students to understand the Latin legacy in English. Although there will be some attention paid to the historical interaction of Latin with English, this text is definitely not a systematic history of the English language. It focuses on only those elements within English that have been directly or indirectly affected by this classical language. In order to provide the broadest possible service to students, the text emphasizes standard English vocabulary in current use. The more exotic technical vocabulary of science and medicine can be extremely interesting, but is explored in only summary fashion. Nevertheless, this text should be of considerable value, say, to a would-be botanist or medical doctor, if only by providing the foundation for further specialized enquiry.



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    Read more about Greek and Latin Roots: Part II - Greek

    Greek and Latin Roots: Part II - Greek

    Peter Smith, University of Victoria

    Greek and Latin Roots: Part II - Greek is part two of a two part series. This series examines the systematic principles by which a large portion of English vocabulary has evolved from Latin and (to a lesser degree) from Greek. This book focuses on Greek roots. A link to the first part focusing on the Latin roots can be found below. Part II will try to impart some skill in the recognition and proper use of words derived from Greek. There is a stress on principles: although students will be continually looking at interesting individual words, their constant aim will be to discover predictable general patterns of historical development, so that they may be able to cope with new and unfamiliar words of any type that they have studied. They will be shown how to approach the problem by a procedure known as “word analysis,” which is roughly comparable to the dissection of an interesting specimen in the biology laboratory. The text assumes no previous knowledge of Greek, and does not involve the grammatical study of this language—except for a few basic features of noun and verb formation that will help students to understand the Greek legacy in English. All students will be asked to learn the Greek alphabet. This skill is not absolutely essential for a general knowledge of Greek roots in English. However, it will help students understand a number of otherwise puzzling features of spelling and usage. Although there will be some attention paid to the historical interaction of Greek with English, this text is definitely not a systematic history of the English language. It focuses on only those elements within English that have been directly or indirectly affected by this classical language. In order to provide the broadest possible service to students, the text emphasizes standard English vocabulary in current use. The more exotic technical vocabulary of science and medicine can be extremely interesting, but is explored in only summary fashion. Nevertheless, this text should be of considerable value, say, to a would-be botanist or medical doctor, if only by providing the foundation for further specialized enquiry.

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    Read more about Intermediate Biblical Greek Reader: Galatians and Related Texts

    Intermediate Biblical Greek Reader: Galatians and Related Texts

    Nijay Gupta, Portland Seminary
    Jonah Sandford

    After completing basic biblical Greek, students are often eager to continue to learn and strengthen their skills of translation and interpretation. This intermediate graded reader is designed to meet those needs. The reader is “intermediate” in the sense that it presumes the user will have already learned the basics of Greek grammar and syntax and has memorized Greek vocabulary words that appear frequently in the New Testament. The reader is “graded” in the sense that it moves from simpler translation work (Galatians) towards more advanced readings from the book of James, the Septuagint, and from one of the Church Fathers. In each reading lesson, the Greek text is given, followed by supplemental notes that offer help with vocabulary, challenging word forms, and syntax. Discussion questions are also included to foster group conversation and engagement. There are many good Greek readers in existence, but this reader differs from most others in a few important ways. Most readers offer text selections from different parts of the Bible, but in this reader the user works through one entire book (Galatians). All subsequent lessons, then, build off of this interaction with Galatians through short readings that are in some way related to Galatians. The Septuagint passages in the reader offer some broader context for texts that Paul quotes explicitly from the Septuagint. The Patristic reading from John Chrysystom comes from one of his homilies on Galatians. This approach to a Greek reader allows for both variety and coherence in the learning process.




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    Read more about The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern

    The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern

    Jo Heirman, University of Amsterdam
    Jacqueline Klooster, University of Amsterdam

    In a brief essay called Des espaces autres (1984) Michel Foucault announced that after the nineteenth century, which was dominated by a historical outlook, the current century might rather be the century of space. His prophecy has been fulfilled: the end of the twentieth century witnessed a ‘spatial turn' in humanities which was perhaps partly due to the globalisation of our modern world. Inspired by the spatial turn in the humanities, this volume presents a number of essays on the ideological role of space in literary texts. The individual articles analyse ancient and modern literary texts from the angle of the most recent theoretical conceptualisations of space. The focus throughout is on how the experience of space is determined by dominant political, philosophical or religious ideologies and how, in turn, the description of spaces in literature is employed to express, broadcast or deconstruct this experience. By bringing together ancient and modern, mostly postcolonial texts, this volume hopes to stimulate discussion among disciplines and across continents. Among the authors discussed are: Homer, Nonnus, Alcaeus of Lesbos, Apollonius of Rhodes, Vergil, Herodotus, Panagiotis Soutsos, Assia Djebar, Tahar Djaout, Olive Senior, Jamaica Kincaid, Stefan Heym, Benoit Dutuertre, Henrik Stangerup and David Malouf.




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    Introduction to Human Osteology

    Roberta Hall, Oregon State University
    Kenneth Beals, Oregon State University
    Holm Neumann
    Georg Neumann, Indiana University
    Gwyn Madden, Grand Valley State University

    This text was designed for use in the human osteology laboratory classroom. Bones are described to aid in identification of skeletonized remains in either an archaeological or forensic anthropology setting. Basic techniques for siding, aging, sexing, and stature estimation are described. Both images of bone and drawings are included which may be used for study purposes outside of the classroom. The text represents work that has been developed over more than 30 years by its various authors and is meant to present students with the basic analytical tools for the study of human osteology.




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    Read more about Cornelius Nepos, 'Life of Hannibal': Latin Text, Notes, Maps, Illustrations and Vocabulary

    Cornelius Nepos, 'Life of Hannibal': Latin Text, Notes, Maps, Illustrations and Vocabulary

    Bret Mulligan, Haverford College
    Trebia. Trasimene. Cannae. With three stunning victories, Hannibal humbled Rome and nearly shattered its empire. Even today Hannibal's brilliant, if ultimately unsuccessful, campaign against Rome during the Second Punic War (218-202 BC) make him one of history's most celebrated military leaders. This biography by Cornelius Nepos (c. 100-27 BC) sketches Hannibal's life from the time he began traveling with his father's army as a young boy, through his sixteen-year invasion of Italy and his tumultuous political career in Carthage, to his perilous exile and eventual suicide in the East.
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    Ovid, Amores (Book 1)

    William Turpin, Vassar College
    From Catullus to Horace, the tradition of Latin erotic poetry produced works of literature which are still read throughout the world. Ovid's Amores, written in the first century BC, is arguably the best-known and most popular collection in this tradition.
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    Cicero, Against Verres, 2.1.53-86. Latin Text with Introduction, Study Questions, Commentary and English Translation

    Ingo Gildenhard, Cambridge University
    This volume provides a portion of the original text of Cicero’s speech in Latin, a detailed commentary, study aids, and a translation. As a literary artefact, the speech gives us insight into how the supreme master of Latin eloquence developed what we would now call rhetorical "spin". As an historical document, it provides a window into the dark underbelly of Rome’s imperial expansion and exploitation of the Near East.

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    Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733. Latin Text with Commentary

    Andrew Zissos, University of California, Irvine
    Ingo Gildenhard, Cambridge University

    This extract from Ovid's 'Theban History' recounts the confrontation of Pentheus, king of Thebes, with his divine cousin, Bacchus, the god of wine.

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    Ingo Gildenhard, Cambridge University
    Mathew Owen, Caterham School

    This course book offers a portion of the original Latin text, study aids with vocabulary, and a commentary. Designed to stretch and stimulate readers, Owen’s and Gildenhard’s incisive commentary will be of particular interest to students of Latin at both A2 and undergraduate level.

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    The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern

    Jacqueline Klooster, University of Amsterdam
    Jo Heirman, University of Amsterdam

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    Eugene Berger, Georgia Gwinnett College
    World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500 offers a comprehensive introduction to the history of humankind from prehistory to 1500. Authored by six USG faculty members with advance degrees in History, this textbook offers up-to-date original scholarship. 

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    Kyounghye Kwon, University of North Georgia
    Laura Getty, North Georgia College & State University

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    Writing as Material Practice: Substance, surface and medium

    Kathryn Piquette, University of Pennsylvania
    Writing as Material Practice grapples with the issue of writing as a form of material culture in its ancient and more recent manifestations, and in the contexts of production and consumption.


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    Open Access Journal: Athens Journal of History

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    Athens Journal of History 
    e-ISSN: 2407-9677 
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    The Athens Journal of History (AJH) is a quarterly double blind peer reviewed journal and considers papers from all areas of history. Many of the papers published in this journal have been presented at the various conferences sponsored by the History Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER).

    • Volume 6, Issue 4, October 2020 (to be uploaded by 30 September 2020)
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    Front Pages i-viii
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    Carl Anton Paul Ruck
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    The Great Tew Circle, 1630-1639
    Michael J. Langford
    247
    The End of the Satrapies: The Date of Alexander IV’s Death
    Harry Tolley
    259
    Contemplation on Jurisprudence Principles and Necessities of Sheikh Fazlollah Nouri's Legitimate Constitutional Theory
    Ali Mohammad Tarafdari
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    Open Access Journal: Actes du Groupe de Recherches sur l’Esclavage depuis l’Antiquité

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    Le Groupe International de Recherches sur l’Esclavage depuis l’Antiquité (GIREA) puise ses origines dans les premiers colloques d’histoire sociale tenus à Besançon de 1970 à 1974. Le GIREA créé, à l’initiative, entre autres membres fondateurs, de Pierre Lévêque (Besançon), et de Mario Attilio Levi (Milan) a toujours eu pour principe d’être un réseau de recherche fédérant les chercheurs qui souhaitent travailler sur l’esclavage avec une perspective d’abord sociale, économique et politique puis en s’ouvrant à l’ensemble du spectre des thématiques qui renouvellent la recherche historique, lexicographique, sociologique, économique, culturelle et religieuse. Sans prétendre à la totalité, le GIREA a toujours ouvert aux chercheurs les plus divers, venus d’Europe et de tous les continents, ses colloques plurilingues toujours publiés par les universités organisatrices qui se déroulent d’une université à une autre, d’un pays à un autre selon les candidatures et les propositions thématiques.
        Contents / Indice general [tables and indexes]
        6 - 11

        Espacios griegos

        19 - 323

        Espacios romanos

        327 - 683
        Resúmenes [abstracts]
        793 - 822

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        Institut français d'archéologie orientale Youtube Channel
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        Open Access Journal: Journal of Classics Teaching

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        Journal of Classics Teaching
        ISSN: -EISSN: 2058-6310
        Journal of Classics Teaching
        Now online and open access the Journal of Classics Teaching (JCT) aims to be the leading journal for teachers of Latin, ancient Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History internationally. JCT covers the primary, secondary and tertiary education sectors and welcomes articles and short book reviews of interest to Classics teachers.
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          Open Access Journal: The British Museum Egypt and Sudan Newsletter

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          [First posted in AWOL 10 September 2015, updated 14 October 2019]

          The British Museum Egypt and Sudan Newsletter
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          A yearly illustrated newsletter presenting the British Museum’s work in, and on the subject of, Egypt and Sudan.
          The newsletter includes updates on excavations, research projects, new exhibitions, galleries and training programmes.
          The short articles are written by specialists from across the Departments of the British Museum, but also by external scholars who have collaborated with the Museum, or researched aspects of the collection.
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          Open Access Journal: Minerva: Revista de filología clásica

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          Minerva: Revista de filología clásica
          ISSN: 0213-9634
          http://dialnet.unirioja.es/recursos/imagen?entidad=REVISTA&tipo_contenido=93&revista=945
          Acoge en sus páginas colaboraciones que versan acerca de los ámbitos hoy en día admitidos bajo el concepto de Filología Clásica, con especial atención a los comprendidos en las denominaciones de Filología Griega y Filología Latina en su contenido más amplio, tanto en lo que se refiere a su contenido como a los periodos cronológicos correspondientes

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