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Open Access Journal: VATES

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[First posted in AWOL 3 August 2011. Updated 30 August 2013]

VATES: The Journal of New Latin Poetry
VATESis an occasional publication that aims to bring contemporary Latin poetry to the attention of an English-speaking audience. The purpose of the journal is to promote both the reading and the writing of new Latin verse in an attempt to reverse the decline of Latin poetry composition in the English-speaking world.
Published electronically in pdf format, the journal is sent free of charge to any individual or organisation who wishes to see it. They in turn are encouraged to circulate it – either electronically or by printing copies – to an even wider audience. The hope is that the very existence of such a forum for the dissemination of Latin verse will encourage readers to contribute.
The journal is not 'academic' in tone: it is intended for anyone with an interest in the subject. In order to make the publication as accessible as possible, featured Latin poems are accompanied by English translations and all editorial articles are in English.
The journal also features articles on the history of the genre and hints and tips about writing Latin poetry.
* Vates 8 (Autumn 2013) * 
* Vates 7 (Spring 2013) * 
* Vates 6 (Winter 2012) *
* Vates 5 (Summer 2012) *
* Vates 4 (Winter 2011) *
* Vates 3 (Spring 2011) *
* Vates 2 (Autumn 2010) *
* Vates 1  (Summer 2010) *
 


Information Fluency Workshop: Center for Hellenic Studies

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Information Fluency Workshop: Center for Hellenic Studies
By Phoebe Acheson in Becoming a Classics Librarian
In July I had the privilege of spending 10 days teaching a workshop on information fluency in classical studies at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington DC.  It was an incredible luxury to explore a topic in such depth, when in the past I have had at most an hour and a half to reach a group of students! I am very grateful to Kenny Morrell, who invited me to teach this class; Lanah Koelle, our program coordinator/librarian who contributed her expertise at every stage; Allie Marby, CHS’s summer interns, and librarians Temple Wright and Erika Bainbridge, who attended sessions and supported us at CHS, especially in the library; and most especially the workshop students, who gracefully accepted their role as guinea pigs and taught me a great deal.  The students were a mixture on American undergraduates and Greek professionals in education and information fields; each brought an inquisitive spirit and their collective hard work and openness to sharing and new ideas was a major factor in the success of the workshop. Thank you!
As a group we assembled some resources that others who are interested in this topic may find useful.  The first is a Zotero group library with folders that list the session topics. Each folder’s contents include citations for assigned readings for the session (usually fairly short, web-based readings) and citations for information resources we discussed during the session.
The students were asked to complete two assignments.  The first, the development of an annotated bibliography, is available as a Google document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cXaPqTDdOUIzI6E26SZiOFjb7a7BMzczWOfh8qXVSJc/. The second, a WordPress Research Guide, is also described in a Google document (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O3Rm8yXGlhIRPJh3PrDiMgiAgH0LiHhC44mSvq_9QNk/) and the guide itself is available via the CHS’s website.  The guide should be viewed as a work in progress; we began a project that we hope to flesh out with the participants of future workshops in years to come.
Librarians and scholars interested in libraries and archives in Greece will be delighted by Maria Konstantopoulou’s entry on this topic; Latin teachers can find many fun texts to use with beginning students in George Trapalis’ entry; Matina Goga has assembled a list of valuable links for the study of Greek society and culture; Brittany Profitt has done the same for Roman society and culture; teachers of Greek might want to think about using Tyler Verity’s entry on precisely defining words for a classroom exercise; Ashton Murphy’s entry on reading for research addresses study skills faculty may assume undergraduates possess when they arrive at college; and Vanessa Felso’s entry on latin dictionary resources is a model of clarity, useful for any undergraduate. Use them, and share them!

The SBL's International Cooperation Initiative Program (ICI)

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 [First posted on AWOL 23 March 2009. Updated 31 August 2013]

The Society of Biblical Literature International Cooperation Initiative (ICI)
The SBL launched the International Cooperation Initiative (ICI) to foster biblical scholarship and to facilitate mutual cooperation among colleagues.
International Cooperation Initiative (ICI) Board

Anyone interested in participating in the work of the ICI should contact one of the following members of the ICI Board: Ehud Ben Zvi; (chair); Roxana Flammini; Louis Jonker; Monica Melancthon; or; Leigh Andersen (SBL staff). 
If you visit this page from a domain identifiable as being in a qualifying country, you should be able to see links to all the available books. I would appreciate comment (see below) from those who are able to access these book. This is the current list:
Online Books in the Program as of July 31, 2013
back to online books page

For more information on the ICI Program,
click here.

Albertz, Rainer, Israel in Exile: The History and Literature of the Sixth Century B.C.E.Studies in Biblical Literature 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
Albl, Martin C., trans. Pseudo-Gregory of Nyssa: Testimonies against the Jews. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Allen, James P., The Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts. Writings from the Ancient World 23. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Ames, Frank Ritchel and Charles William Miller, eds. Foster Biblical Scholarship: Essays in Honor of Kent Harold Richards. Biblical Scholarship in North America 24. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Amidon, S.J., Philip R, trans. Philostorgius: Church History. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 23. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2007.

Anderson, Paul N., Felix Just, S.J., and Tom Thatcher, eds. John, Jesus, and History, Volume 1: Critical Appraisals of Critical View. Symposium 44. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Anderson, Paul N. , Felix Just, S.J., and Tom Thatcher, eds. John, Jesus, and History, Volume 2: Aspects of Historicity in the Fourth Gospel. Early Christianity and Its Literature 2. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2009.

Arnold, Bill T. Who Were the Babylonians? Archaeology and Biblical Studies 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Arterbury, Andrew E. Entertaining Angels: Early Christian Hospitality in its Meterranean Setting. New Testament Monographs 8. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Attridge, Harold W. and James C. VanderKam, eds. Presidential Voices: The Society of Biblical Literature in the Twentieth Century. Biblical Scholarship in North America 22. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Avalos, Hector, Sarah J. Melcher, and Jeremy Schipper, eds. This Abled Body:
Rethinking Disabilities in Biblical Studies
. Semeia Studies 55. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Azize, Joseph. The Phoenician Solar Theology: An Investigation into the Phoenician Opinion of the Sun Found in Julian's Hymn to King Helios. Gorgias Dissertations 15: Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 6. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2005.

Bailey, Randall C., ed. Yet With a Steady Beat: Contemporary U. S. Afrocentric Biblical Interpretation. Semeia Studies 42. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Bailey, Randall C., Tat-siong Benny Liew, and Fernando F. Segovia. They Were All Together in One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism. Semeia Studies 57. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Bandstra, Barry. Genesis 1-11: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text. Baylor Handbook on Hebrew Bible. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2008.
 
Bandy, Alan S. The Prophetic Lawsuit in the Book of Revelation. New Testament Monographs 29. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010. 

Barr, David L., ed., Reading the Book of Revelation: A Resource for Students. Resourcesfor Biblical Study 44. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Barr, David L., ed. The Reality of Apocalypse: Rhetoric and Politics in the Book of Revelation. Symposium 39. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
 
Barré, Michael L., S.S., The Lord Has Saved Me: A Study of the Psalm of Hezekiah (Isaiah 38:9-20). Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 39. Washington: The Catholic Biblical Association of America. 2005.
 
Bartor, Assnat. Reading Law as Narrative: A Study in the Casuistic Laws of the Pentateuch. Ancient Israel and Its Literature 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
 
Bautch, Richard J., Developments in Genre between Post-Exilic Penitential Prayers and the Psalms of Communal Lament. Academia Biblica 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Beckman, Gary M., Trevor R. Bryce, and Eric H. ClineThe Ahhiyawa Texts.. Writings from the Ancient World, 28. Atlanta, Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Bellis, Alice Ogden and Joel S. Kaminsky, ed.. Jews, Christians, and the Theology of the Hebrew Scriptures. Symposium Series 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.
Ben Zvi, Ehud and Michael H. Floyd, eds. Writings and Speech in Israelite and Ancient Near Eastern Prophecy. Symposium Series 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.
Ben Zvi, Ehud, Diana V. Edelman & Frank Polak, eds., A Palimpsest: Rhetoric, Ideology, Stylistics, and Language Relating to Persian Israel.  Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 5.  Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009.
Bernat, David A.  Sign of the Covenant: Circumcision in the Priestly Tradition. Ancient Israel and Its Literature 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
Bergen, Wesley J. and Armin Siedlecki, eds. Voyages in Uncharted Waters: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Biblical Interpretation. Hebrew Bible Monographs 13. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.

Berger, Yitzhak. The Commentary of Rabbi David Kimhi to Chronicles: A Translation with Introduction and Supercommentary. Brown Judaic Studies 345. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2007.

Berquist, Jon L., ed. Approaching Yehud: New Approaches to the Study of the Persian Period. Semeia Studies 50. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Black, Fiona C., editor. The Recycled Bible: Autobiography, Culture, and the Space Between. Semeia Studies 51. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Blaine, Bradford B. Jr., Peter in the Gospel of John: The Making of an Authentic Disciple. Academia Biblica 27. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Boda, Mark J., Daniel K. Falk, and Rodney A. Werline, eds. Seeking the Favor of God: Volume I, The Origins of Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism. Early Judaism and Its Literature 21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.  

Boda, Mark J., Daniel K. Falk, and Rodney A. Werline, eds. Seeking the Favor of God: Volume II, The Development of Penitential Prayer in Second Temple Judaism. Early Judaism and Its Literature 21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Boda, Mark J., Daniel K. Falk, and Rodney A. Werline, eds. Seeking the Favor of God: Volume III, The Impact of Penitential Prayer beyond Second Temple Judaism. Early Judaism and Its Literature 23. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Bodi, Daniel. The Michal Affair: From Zimri-Lim to the Rabbis. Hebrew Monographs 3. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Bodine, Walter. Discourse  Analysis of Biblical Literature: What it Is and What it Offers. Semeia Studies 27. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1995.

Bodner, Keith. 1 Samuel: A Narrative Commentary. Hebrew Bible Monographs 19. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Bodner, Keith. David Observed: A King in the Eyes of his Court. Hebrew Bible Monographs 5. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
Boer, Roland. Rescuing the Bible. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007.

Boer, Roland, ed. Bakhtin and Genre Theory in Biblical Studies. Semeia Studies 63. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.
 
Boer, Roland. Last Stop before Antarctica, Second Edition. Semeia Studies 64. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2008.
 
Boer, Roland and Jorunn Økland, eds. Marxist Feminist Criticism of the Bible. Bible in the Modern World 14. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008. 
 
Bons, Eberhard and Jan Joosten, editors. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 58. Septuagint Vocabulary, Pre-History, Usage, Reception. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011. (224 pages, 1.41 MB)
 
Borowski, Oded. Daily Life in Biblical Times. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
Bosworth, David A. The Story within a Story in Biblical Hebrew Narrative. CBQ Monograph Series 45. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2008.
Botta, Alejandro F. and Pablo R. Andiñach, eds. The Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation. Semeia Studies 59. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
 
Brant, Jo-Ann A., Charles W. Hedrick, and Chris Shea, eds., Ancient Fiction: The Matrix of Early Christian and Jewish Narrative. Symposium 32. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Brenner, Athalya and Frank H. Polak, eds. Performing Memory in Biblical Narrative and Beyond.The Bible in the Modern World, 25. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
 
Brett, Mark G. Decolonizing God: The Bible in the Tides of Empire. Bible in the Modern World 16. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
Brighton, Mark Andrew. The Sicarii in Josephus's Judean War: Rhetorical Analysis and Historical Observations. Early Judaism and Its Literature 27. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009

Broadhead, Edwin K. Mark, Second Edition. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
 
Brodd, Jeffrey and Jonathan I. Reed, eds. Rome and Religion: A Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue on the Imperial Cult. Writings from the Greco-Roman World Supplement Series, 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Brueggemann, Walter and Tod Linafelt. An Introduction to the Old Testament: The Canon and Christian Imagination, Second Edition. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2012.
 
Buchan, Thomas. Blessed is He who has brought Adam from Sheol: Christ's Descent to the Dead in the Theology of Saint Ephrem the Syrian. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Dissertations in Early Christianity 13, ECS 2, 2004
 
Burkett, Delbert. Rethinking the Gospel Sources, Volume 2: The Unity and Plurality of Q. Early Christianity and Its Literature 1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
Buss, Martin J. The Concept of Form in the Twentieth Century. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
Buss,Martin J.The Changing Shape of Form Criticism: A Relational Approach. Hebrew Bible Monographs 18. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010
 
Byron, John. Recent Research on Paul and Slavery. Recent Research in Biblical Studies 3. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
Calvert-Koyzis, Nancy and Heather E. Weir, eds. Strangely Familiar: Protofeminist Interpretations of Patriarchal Biblical Texts. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Cameron, Ron and Merrill P. Miller, eds. Redescribing Christian Origins. Symposium 28. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
 
Cameron, Ron and Merrill P. Miller, eds. Redescribing Paul and the Corinthians. Early Christianity and Its Literature, 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Campbell, John Cecelia. Kinship Relations in the Gospel of John. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 42. Washington, DC: The Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2007.

Campbell, William Sanger. The “We” Passages in the Acts of the Apostles: The Narrator as Narrative Character. Studies in Biblical Literature 14. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.
 
Chase, Frederic Henry. The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church. Text and Studies Vol 1, No. 3. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2004.
 
Cho, Sukmin. Jesus as Prophet in the Fourth Gospel. New Testament Monographs 15. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.
Clarke, Emma C., John M. Dillon, and Jackson P. Hershbell, eds., Iamblichus: On the Mysteries. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 4. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Clifford, Richard J., ed. Wisdom Literature in Mesopotamia and Israel. Symposium Series 36. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.
Cohen, Shaye J. D. The Jewish Family in Antiquity. Brown Judaic Studies 289. Atlanta: Scholars Press for Brown Judaic Studies, 1993.
Collins, John J. Introduction to the Hebrew Bible. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2004.
Coloe, Mary L. and Tom Thatcher, eds. John, Qumran, and the Dead Sea Scrolls: Sixty Years of Discovery and Debate. Early Judaism and Its Literature 32. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Cook, Stephen L. The Social Roots of Biblical Yahwism. Studies in Biblical Literature 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Cook, Stephen L. and Corrine L. Patton, eds., Ezekiel’s Hierarchical World: Wrestlingwith a Tiered Reality. Symposium 31. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Corley, Jeremy. Ben Sira’s Teaching on Friendship. Brown Judaic Studies 316. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2002.

Corley, Jeremy and Vincent Skemp, eds. Intertextual Studies in Ben Sira and Tobit: Essays in Honor of Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 38. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2005.

Corley, Jeremy and Vincent Skemp, eds. Studies in the Greek Bible: Essays in Honor of Francis T. Gignac, S.J. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 44. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2008.
 
Cosaert, Carl P.; The Text of the Gospels in Clement of Alexandria. New Testament in the Greek Fathers, 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008. 
 
Culbertson, Philip and Elain M. Wainwright, eds. The Bible in/and Popular Culture: A Creative Encounter. Semeia Studies 65. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Culy, Martin M. 1, 2, 3, John: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2004.

Culy, Martin M., Mikeal C. Parsons, and Joshua J. Stigall. Luke: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2010.

Curtis, Byron G. Up the Steep and Stony Road: The Book of Zechariah in Social Location Trajectory Analysis. Academia Biblical 25. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Cosaert, Carl P. The Text of the Gospels in Clement of Alexandria. New Testament in the Greek Fathers 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
De Troyer, Kristin. Rewriting the Sacred Text: What the Old Greek Texts Tell Us about the Literary Growth of the Bible. Text-Critical Studies 4. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
De Troyer, Kristin and Armin Lange, eds. Reading the Present in the Qumran Library: The Perception of the Contemporary by Means of Spiritual Interpretation. Symposium 30. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
DeConick, April D. ed. Paradise Now: Essays on Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism. Symposium 11. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

De Groot, Christiana and Marion Ann Taylor, eds. Recovering Nineteenth-Century Women Interpreters of the Bible. Symposium 38. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

deSilva, David Arthur. Despising Shame: Honor Discourse and Community Maintenance in the Epistle to the Hebrews, Second Edition. Studies in Biblical Literature 21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Dell, Katharine. Opening the Old Testament. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.
Dietrich, Walter, Joachim Vette, trans. The Early Monarchy in Israel: The Tenth Century B.C.E. Biblical Encyclopedia 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Dillon, John M. and Wolfgang Polleichtner, eds. Iamblichus of Chalcis: The Letters. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 19. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
Donker, Gerald J., The Text of the Apostolos in Athansaium of Alexandria. New Testament in the Greek Fathers, 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011. 
Dozeman, Thomas B. and Konrad Schmid, eds. A Farewell to the Yahwist?:The Composition of the Pentateuch in Recent European Interpretation. Symposium 34. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
Dozeman, Thomas B., Thomas Romer and Konrad Schmid, eds. Pentateuch, Hexateuch, or Enneateuch: Identifying Literary Works in Genesis through Kings. Ancient Israel and Its Literature , 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Draper, Jonathan A., ed., Orality and Colonialism in Southern Africa. Semeia Studies 46. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Draper, Jonathan A., Orality, Literacy, and Colonialism in Antiquity. Semeia Studies 47. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Dubis, Mark. 1 Peter: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2010.

Eastman, David L., Paul the Martyr: The Cult of the Apostle in the Latin West.  Writings from the Greco-Roman World Supplement Series 4.  Atlanta, Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Eberhart, Christian A., ed. Ritual and Metaphor: Sacrifice in the Bible. Resources for Biblical Study 68. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Edwards, Mark. John.Blackwell Bible Commentaries. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2004.
Edwards, Timothy. Exegesis in the Targum of Psalms: The Old, the New, and the Rewritten. Biblical Studies, 28/1. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2007.
Ehrman, Bart D. Didymus the Blind and the Text of the Gospels. New Testament in the Greek Fathers 1. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1986.
Ehrman, Bart D., Gordon D. Fee, Michael W. Holmes, eds. The Text of the Fourth Gospel in the Writings of Origen. New Testament in the Greek Fathers 3. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1992.
Eichhorn, Albert, translated by Jeffrey F. Cayzer. The Lord’s Supper in the New Testament:
With an Introductory Essay by Hugo Gressmann. Albert Eichhorn and the History of Religion School
. History of Biblical Studies 1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Elledge, C. D. The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 14. Atlanta; Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Ellens, J. Harold. The Son of Man in the Gospel of John. New Testament Monographs 28. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010. 

Eskenazi, Tamara Cohn, Gary A. Phillips, and David Jobling, eds. Levinas and Biblical Studies. Semeia Studies 43. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Everson, A. Joseph and Kim, Hyun Chul Paul, eds. The Desert will Bloom: Poetic Visions in Isaiah.  Ancient Israel and its Literature, Vol. 4. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009. 

Exum, J. Cheryl and Ela Nutu, eds. Between the Text and the Canvas: The Bible and Art in Dialogue.  Bible in the Modern World 13. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
Faust, Avraham. Judah in the Neo-Babylonian Period: The Archaeology of Desolation. Archaeology and Biblical Studies, 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
Feder, Yitzhaq. Blood Expiation in Hittite and Biblical Ritual: Origins, Context, and Meaning. Writings from the Ancient World Supplement Series, 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Finkelstein, Israel, and Amihai Mazar. The Quest for the Historical Israel: Debating Archaeology and the History of Early Israel. Edited by Brian B. Schmidt. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 17. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.
Finlan, Stephen. The Background and Content of Paul’s Cultic Atonement Metaphors. Academia Biblica 19. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Fischer, Irmtraud and Mercedes Navarro Puerto, with Andrea Taschl-Erber, eds. Torah.The Bible and Women: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament 1.1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Fitzgerald, John T., Fika J. van Rensburg, and Herrie F. van Rooy, eds. Animosity, the Bible, and Us: Some European, North American, and South African Perspectives. Global Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Fitzpatrick, Paul E., S.M. The Disarmament of God: Ezekiel 38-39 in Its Mythic Context. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 37.  Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2004.

Flannery, Frances, Colleen Shantz, and Rodney A. Werline, eds. Experientia, Volume 1: Inquiry into Religious Experience in Early Judaism and Early Christianity. Symposium 40. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Fontaine, Carole R. With Eyes of Flesh:The Bible, Gender and Human Rights. Bible in the Modern World 10.Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Foster, John L. Hymns, Prayers, and Songs: An Anthology of Ancient Egyptian Lyric Poetry. Writings from the Ancient World 8. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1996.
 
Fried, Lisbeth S., ed. Was 1 Esdras First? An Investigation into the Priority and Nature of 1 Esdras. Ancient Israel and Its Literature 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Fritz, Volmer. The Emergence of Israel in the Twelfth and Eleventh Centuries B.C.E. Bible Encyclopedia.  Biblical Encyclopedia. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Frood, Elizabeth. Biographical Texts from Ramessid Egypt. Writings from the Ancient World 26. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2007.
 
Fuller Dow, Lois K. Images of Zion: Biblical Antecedents for the New Jerusalem.  New Testament Monographs 26. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010.  

Gaines, Janet Howe. Forgiveness in a Wounded World: Jonah’s Dilemma. Studies in Biblical Literature 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Garrett, Duane A. Amos: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text. Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2008.

Geoghegan, Jeffrey C. The Time, Place and Purpose of the Deuteronomistic History: The Evidence of “Until This Day.” Brown Judaic Studies 347. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2006.

Georgi, Dieter. The City in the Valley: Biblical Interpretation and Urban Theology. Studies in Biblical Literature 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Gentry, Peter John. The Asterisked Materials in the Greek Job. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 38. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1995.
 
Gerstenbeger, Erhard S. Israel in the Persian Period: The Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.E. Biblical Encyclopedia, 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Gibson, Craig A., Translator.  Libanius’s Progymnasmata: Model Exercises in Greek Prose Composition and Rhetoric (with an Introduction and Notes). Writings from the Greco-Roman World 27. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Glassner, Jean-Jacques. Mesopotamian Chronicles. Writings from the Ancient World 19. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Gordon, Cyrus H. A Scholar’s Odyssey. Biblical Scholarship in North America 20. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.

Gordon, Robert P. Hebrews. Readings, A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
Goulder, Michael. Five Stones and a Sling: Memoirs of a Biblical Scholar. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenis Press, 2009.

Grant, Jamie A. The King as Exemplar: The Function of Deuteronomy’s Kingship Law in the Shaping of the Book of Psalms. Academia Biblica 17. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
 
Gravett, Sandra L.; Karla G. Bohmbach; F. V. Greifenhagen and Donald C. Polaski. An Introduction to the Hebrew Bible: A Thematic Approach. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2008.
 
Gray, Alyssa M. A Talmud in Exile: The Influence of Yerushalmi Avodah Zarah on the Formation of Bavli Avodah Zarah. Brown Judaic Studies 342. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2005.
Green, Barbara. Mikhail Bakhtin and Biblical Scholarship: An Introduction. Semeia Studies 38. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.

Greenspahn, Frederick E. An Introduction to Aramaic, Corrected Second Edition. Resources for Biblical Study 46. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Greenstein, Edward L. Essays on Biblical Method and Translation. Brown Judaic Studies 92. Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press for Brown Judaic Studies, 1985.

Greer, Rowan A. and Margaret M. Mitchell, trans. The Belly-Myther of Endor: Interpretations of 1 Kingdoms 28 in the Early Church. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 16. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Habel, Norman C. and Peter Trudinger, eds. Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics. Symposium 46. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Haber, Susan. They Shall Purify Themselves: Essays on Purity in Early Judaism. Edited by Adele Reinhartz. Early Judaism and Its Literature 24. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
 
Hagelia, Hallvard. The Dan Debate. The Tel Dan Inscription in Recent Research. Recent Research in Biblical Studies, 4. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009. 
 
Hallbäck, Geert; Hvithamar, Annika; Editors. Recent Releases: The Bible in Contemporary Cinema. Bible in the Modern World, 15. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
Ham, Clay Alan. The Coming King and the Rejected Shepherd: Matthew’s Reading of Zechariah’s Messianic Hope. New Testament Monographs 4. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Hamilton, Gordon J. The Origins of the West Semetic Alphabet in Egyptian Scripts. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 40. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2006.
 
Hanneken, Todd R., The Subversion of the Apocalypses in the Book of Jubilees. Early Judaism and Its Literature, Number 34. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.

Harrak, Amir, trans. The Acts of Ma˜r Ma˜ri ˜ the Apostle. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 11. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Hauser, Alan J., Recent Research on the Major Prophets.  Recent Research in Biblical Studies 1. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Harris, Robert A. Discerning Parallelism: A Study in Northern French Medieval Jewish Biblical Exegesis. Brown Judaic Studies 341. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2005.
 
Havea, Jione. Elusions of Control: Biblical Law on the Words of Women. Semeia Studies 41. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Hawkins, Peter S. and Lesleigh Cushing Stahlberg, eds. From the Margins 1. Women of the Hebrew Bible and their Afterlives. Bible in the Modern World, 18. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009. 
 
Hayes, Katherine M. The Earth Mourns: Prophetic Metaphor and Oral Aesthetic. Academia Biblica 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.
Heil, John Paul, The Rhetorical Role of Scripture in 1 Corinthians. Studies in Biblical Literature 15. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Heil, John Paul. Ephesians: Empowerment to Walk in Love for the Unity of All in Christ. Studies in Biblical Literature 13. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Heil, John Paul. Colossians: Encouragement to Walk in All Wisdom as Holy Ones in Christ. Early Christianity and Its Literature 4. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Heil, John Paul. Hebrews: Chiastic Structures and Audience Response. Catholic Bibilical Quarterly Monograph Series 46. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2010.

Heil, John Paul. Philippians: Let Us Rejoice in Being Conformed to Christ. Early Christianity and Its Literature 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Helmer, Christine, ed., with the assistance of Charlene T. Higbe. The Multivalence of Biblical Texts and Theological Meanings. Symposium 37. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Helmer, Christine, ed., with the assistance of Taylor G. Petrey. Biblical Interpretation: History, Context, and Reality. Symposium 26. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Henze, Matthias. Hazon Gabriel: New Reading of the Gabriel Revelation. Early Judiaism and Its Literature, 29. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Herzer, Jens, trans. 4 Baruch (Paraleipomena Jeremiou). Writings from the Greco-Roman World 22. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
Hidary, Richard. Dispute for the Sake of Heaven: Legal Pluralism in the Talmud. Brown Judaic Studies 351. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2010.

Hiebert, Robert J. V., ed. Translation Is Required: The Septuagint in Retrospect and Prospect. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 56. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Hill, Robert C., trans. Diodore of Tarsus: Commentary on Psalms 1–51, with an Introduction and Notes by Robert C. Hill. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Hill, Robert C., trans. Theodoret of Cyrus: Commentary on Daniel. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Hock, Ronald F. and Edward N. O’Neil, trans and eds. The Chreia and Ancient Rhetoric: Classroom Exercises. Writings from the  Greco-Roman World 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.

Hoffner, Harry A., Jr. Hittite Myths: Second Edition. Writings from the Ancient World 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1998.

Hoffner, Harry A., Jr. Akkadian Grammar. Resources for Biblical Study 30. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1992.
 
Hoffner, Harry A., Jr. Letters from the Hittite Kingdom. Writings from the Ancient World 15. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
Holmstedt, Robert D. Ruth: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text. Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2010.

Horn, Cornelia B. and Robert R. Phenix Jr., trans. with Introduction and notes. John Rufus: The Lives of Peter the Iberian, Theodosius of Jerusalem, and the Monk Romanus. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 24. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Hornsby, Teresa J. and Ken Stone, eds. Bible Trouble: Queer Reading at the Boundaries of Biblical Scholarship. Semeia Studies 67. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Horsley, Richard A., ed. Hidden Transcripts and the Arts of Resistance: Applying the Work of James C. Scott to Jesus and Paul. Semeia Studies 48. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Horsley, Richard A., ed. Oral Performance, Popular Tradition, and Hidden Transcript in Q. Semeia Studies 60. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Hull, Michael F. Baptism on Account of the Dead (1 Cor 15:29): An Act of Faith in the Resurrection. Academia Biblica 22. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Hull Jr., Robert F. The Story of the New Testament Text: Movers, Movers, Materials, Motives, Methods, and Models. Resources for Biblical Study 58. Atlanta, Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Hurtado, Larry W., ed. The Freer Biblical Manuscripst: Fresh Studies of an American Treasure Trove. Text-Critical Studies 6. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Isser, Stanley. The Sword of Goliath: David in Heroic Literature. Studies in Biblical Literature 6. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Iverson, Kelly R. and Skinner, Christopher W. Editors. MARK AS STORY: Retrospect and Prospect. Resources for Biblical Study, 65. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. (322 pages, 1.89MB)
 
Jarick, John. 1 Chronicles. Readings: A New Biblcial Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
Jarick, John. 2 Chronicles. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
 
Johnson, Timothy Jay. Now My Eyes See You: Unveiling an Apocalyptic Job. Hebrew Bible Monographs, 24. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
 
Jones, F. Stanley. An Ancient Jewish Christian Source on the History of Christianity: Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1. 27-71. Texts and Translations 37. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1995.
Jones, F. Stanley, ed. Which Mary?: The Marys of Early Christian Tradition. Symposium 19. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.
 
Jones, F. Stanley, ed.  The Rediscovery of Jewish Christianity: From Toland to Baur.  History of Biblical Studies, 5.  Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Joynes, Christine E. and Christopher C. Rowland, eds. From the Margins 2: Women of the New Testament and Their Afterlives. Bible in the Modern World 27. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009. 

Kaltner, John and Steven L. McKenzie, eds. Beyond Babel: A Handbook for Biblical Hebrew and Related Languages. Resources for Biblical Study 42. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature 2002.

Kannaday, Wayne C. Apologetic Discourse and the Scribal Tradition: Evidence of the Influence of Apologetic Interests on the Text of the Canonical Gospels. Text-Critical Studies 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Kaplan, Zvi Jonathan. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: French Jewry and the Problem of the Church and State. Brown Judaic Studies 352. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2009.

Kelle, Brad E. Hosea 2: Metaphor and Rhetoric in Historical Perspective. Academia Biblica 20. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Kelle, Brad E. and Frank Ritchel Ames, eds. Writing and Reading War: Rhetoric, Gender, and Ethics in Biblical and Modern Contexts. Symposium Series 42. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Kelle , Brad E., Frank Ritchel Ames, and Jacob Wright, eds. Interpreting Exile: Displacement and Deportation in Biblical and Modern Contexts. Ancient Israel and Its Literature, 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Kennedy, George A. Invention and Method: Two Rhetorical Treatises from the Hermogenic Corpus. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 15. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
Kennedy, George A. Progymnasmata: Greek Textbooks of Prose Composition and Rhetoric. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Killebrew, Ann E. Biblical Peoples and Ethnicity: An Archaeological Study of Egyptians, Canaanites, Philistines, and Early Israel 1300–1100 B.C.E. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Kim, Seong Hee. Mark, Women and Empire: A Korean Postcolonial Perspective. Bible in the Modern World 20. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010.
Kim, Uriah Y. Decolonizing Josiah: Toward a Postcolonial Reading of Deuteronomistic History. The Bible in the Modern World 5. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Kim, Uriah Y. Identity and Loyalty in the David Story: A Postcolonial Reading .Hebrew Bible Monographs 22. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
Kinlaw, Pamela E. The Christ Is Jesus: Metamorphosis, Possession, and Johannine Christology. Academia Biblica 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Kirk, Alan and Tom Thatcher, eds. Memory, Tradition, and Text: Uses of the Past in Early Christianity. Semeia Studies 52. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Kirk-Duggan, Cheryl A., ed. Pregnant Passion: Gender, Sex, and Violence in the Bible. Semeia Studies 44. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Kirk-Duggan, Cheryl A. and Tina Pippin, eds. Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommie Dearest: Biblical Mothers and Their Children. Semeia Studies 61. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Knight, Douglas A. Rediscovering the Traditions of Israel, Third Edition. Studies in Biblical Literature 16. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
Knowles, Melody D. Centrality Practiced: Jerusalem in the Religious Practice of Yehud and the Diaspora in the Persian Period. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 16. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Konstan, David, Clay Diskin, Clarence E. Glad, Johan C. Thom, and James Ware, trans. Philodemus: On Frank Criticism. Texts and Translations 43. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1998.
Kloppenborg, John S. and Judith H. Newman, eds. Editing the Bible: Assessing the Task Past and Present. Resources for the Biblical Study, number 69. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
Koskenniemi, Erkki, The Exposure of Infants among Jews and Christians in Antiguity.  The Social World of Biblical Antiquity, Second Series, 4.; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
Kraus, Wolfgang and R. Glenn Wooden, eds. Septuagint Research: Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Scriptures. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 53. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Krietzer, Larry J. Philemon. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Kulik, Alexander. Retroverting Slavonic Pseudepigrapha: Toward the Original of the Apocalypse of Abraham. Text-Critical Studies 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Landes, George M. Building Your Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary: Learning Words by Frequency and Cognate. Resources for Biblical Study 41. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001.
 
Langston, Scott M. Exodus Through the Centuries. Blackwell Bible Commentaries. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2006.
 
Larkin, William J. Ephesians: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2009. 
Lasine, Stuart. Knowing Kings: Knowledge, Power, and Narcissism in the Hebrew Bible.  Semeia Studies 40. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001.

Lawrence, Jonathan David. Washing in Water: Trajectories of Ritual Bathing in the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Literature. Academia Biblica 23. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
 
Lee, Bernon P., Between Law and Narrative:  The Method and Function of Abstraction.  Gorgias Biblical Studies 51.  Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2010.
 
Lee, Nancy C. and Carleen Mandolfo, eds. Lamentations in Ancient and Contemporary Cultural Contexts. Symposium 43. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

LeMon, Joel M. and Kent Harold Richards, eds. Method Matters: Essays on the Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in Honor of David L. Petersen. Resources for Biblical Study 56.  Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Leuchter, Mark. Josiah's Reform and Jeremiah's Scroll: Historical Calamity and Prophetic Response. Hebrew Bible Monographs 6. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.
 
Leuchter, Mark A. and Jeremy M. Hutton. eds. Levites and Priests in History and Tradition. Ancient Israel and Its Literature Number 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Liew,Tat-siong Benny, ed.  Postcolonial Interventions: Essays in Honor of R. S. Sugirtharajah. Bible in the Modern World, 23. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
Lindenberger, James M., Ancient Aramaic and Hebrew Letters, Second Edition. Writings from the Ancient World 14. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Lipton, Diana.  Longing for Egypt and Other Unexpected Biblical Tales.  Hebrew Bible Monographs, 15.  Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Lipton, Diana. Universalism and Particularism at Sodom and Gomorrah: Essays in Memory of Ron Pirson. Ancient Israel and Its Literature, Number 11. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Lombaard, Christo.  The Old Testament and Christian Spirituality: Theoretical and Practical Essays from a South African Perspective. International Voices in Biblical Literature, 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Long, Adrian. Paul and Human Rights: A Dialogue with the Father of the Corinthian Community. The Bible in the Modern World, 26. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.

Louw, J. P. Semantics of New Testament Greek. Semeia Studies 11. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1982.

Louw, Johannes P. and Eugene A. Nida. Lexical Semantics of the Greek New Testament. Resources for Biblical Study 25. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1992.
 
Lozada Jr., Francisco. and Tom Thatcher, eds. New Currents through John: A Global Perspective. Resources for Biblical Study 54. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
 
Lubetski, Meir, ed. New Seals and Inscriptions, Hebrew, Idumean, and Cuneiform. Hebrew Bible Monographs 8. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.  
 
Lyons, William John; Økland , Jorunn; eds. The Way the World Ends? The Bible in the Modern World, 19. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
 
McGinnis, Claire Mathews and Patricia K. Tull, eds. As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL. Symposium 27. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
 
McGowan, Andrew B. and Kent Harold Richards, eds. Method and Meaning:Essays on New Testament Interpretation in Honor of Harold W. Attridge. Resources for Biblical Study 67. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
McIver, Robert K.; Memory, Jesus, and the Synoptic Gospels. Resources for Biblical Study, 59. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Maclean, Jennifer K. Berenson and Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, trans. Flavius Philostratus: Heroikos. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001.
 
Maclean, Jennifer K. Berenson and Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, trans and eds. Flavius Philostratus: On Heroes. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
MacDonald, Dennis R., Two Shipwrecked Gospels: The Logoi of Jesus and Papias’s Exposition of Logia about the Lord. Early Christianity and Its Literature, number 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literaure, 2012.
Maidman, Maynard Paul. Nuzi Texts and Their Uses as Historical Evidence. Writings from the Ancient World 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Mandolfo, Carleen R. Daughter Zion Talks Back to the Prophets: A Dialogic Theology of the Book of Lamentations. Semeia Studies 58. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006

Marchal, Joseph A. Hierarchy, Unity, and Imitation: A Feminist Rhetorical Analysis of Power Dynamics in Paul's Letter to the Philippians. Academia Biblica 24.  Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2006.

Martin, Gary A. Multiple Originals: New Approaches to Hebrew Bible Textual Criticism. Text-Critical Studies 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
 
Martin, Michael W.,  Judasand the Rhetoric of Comparison in the Fourth Gospel.New Testament Monographs, 25.  Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010.
 
Mason, Eric F. and Kevin B. McCruden, eds. Reading the Epistles to the Hebrews. A Resource for Students. Resources for Biblical Study, 66. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011. 
 
Miano, David. Shadow on the Steps: Time Measurement in Ancient Israel. Resources for Biblical Study 64. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Miller, Patrick D., Jr. The Divine Warrior in Early Israel. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006 (Originally published by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, 1973).

Miller, Patrick and J. J. M. Roberts. The Hand of the Lord: A Reassessment of the Ark Narrative of 1 Samuel. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008. (Originally published by Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977).

Miscall, Peter. Isaiah. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.

Moore, Stephen D. The Bible in Theory: Critical and Postcritical Essays. Resources for Biblical Study 57. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Moore, Stephen D. Empire and Apocalypse: Postcolonialism and the New Testament. Bible in the Modern World 12. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.
 
Moore, Stephen D. and Janice Capel Anderson, eds. New Testament Masculinities. Semeia Studies 45. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Moreland, Milton C. Between Text and Artifact: Integrating Archaeology in Biblical Studies Teaching. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
 
Moser, Maureen. Teacher of Holiness: The Holy Spirit in Origen's Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Dissertations in Early Christianity 117, ECS 4, 2005.
 
Murnane, William J. Texts from the Amarna Period in Egypt. Writings from the Ancient World 5. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1995.
Mykytiuk, Lawrence J. Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic. Academia Biblica 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
See also: Lawrence J. Mykytiuk, Corrections and Updates to Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 B.C.E. Maarav 16.1 (2009): 49-132. This complete article is available without cost at http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/lib_research/129/ .

Neufeld, Dietmar, ed. The Social Sciences and Biblical Translation. Symposium Series 41. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Nir, Rivka. The Destruction of Jerusalem and the Idea of Redemption in the Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch. Early Judaism and Its Literature 20. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Nissinen, Martti, ed. Prophecy in Its Ancient Near Eastern Context Mesopotamian, Biblical, and Arabian Perspectives. Symposium Series 13. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2000.

Nissinen, Martti. Prophets and Prophecy in the Ancient Near East. Writings from the Ancient World 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Noegel, Scott B. and Gary A. Rendsburg. Solomon's Vineyard: Literary and Linguistic Studies in the Song of Songs. Ancient Israel and Its Literature 1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Nogalski . James D. and Marvin A. Sweeney, eds. Reading and Hearing the Book of the Twelve. Symposium Series 15. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.

O’Brien, Julia M. Nahum (Second Edition). Readings: A New Biblical Commentary; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2009.

Ogden, Graham S. Qoheleth. 2d ed. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.

O'Hare, Daniel M. Have You Seen, Son of Man?: A Study in the Translation and Vorlage of LXX Ezekiel 40-48. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 57. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
Olyan, Saul M., editor. Social Theory and the Study of Israelite Religion: Essays in Retrospect and Prospect. Resources for Biblical Study, number 71. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
Osburn, Carroll D. The Text of the Apostolos in Epiphanius of Salamis. New Testament in the Greek Fathers 6. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.
Parker, Simon. ed. Ugaritic Narrative Poetry. Writings from the Ancient World 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1997.

Pardee, Dennis. Ritual and Cult at Ugarit. Writings from the Ancient World 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.
 
Payne, Annick.  Iron Age Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions.  Writings from the Ancient World, 29.  Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Penner, Todd and Caroline Vander Stichele, eds. Contextualizing Acts: Lukan Narrative and Greco-Roman Discourse. Symposium 20. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
Perdue, Leo G. ed.,  The Blackwell Companion to the Hebrew Bible. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2001.
Person, Raymond F., Jr. The Deuteronomic School: History, Social Setting, and Literature. Studies in Biblical Literature 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.

Person, Raymond F., Jr. The Deuteronomic History and the Book of Chronicles: Scribal Works in an Oral World. Ancient Israel and Its Literature 6. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Peters, Dorothy M. Noah Traditions in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Conversations and Controversies of Antiquity. Early Judaism and Its Literature 26. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature 2008.

Peters, Melvin K. H., ed. XII Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Leiden, 2004. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 54. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Peters, Melvin K. H., ed. XIII Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Ljubljana, 2007. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 55. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Petersen, David L. Late Israelite Prophecy: Studies in Deutero-Prophetic Literature and in Chronicles. Monograph 23. Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1977.

Pitkänen, Pekka. Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel: From the Settlement to the Building of Solomon's Temple. Gorgias Dissertations 16: Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 4. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2004.

Porter, Stanley E. and Christopher D. Stanley, eds. As It Is Written: Studying Paul’s Use of Scripture. Symposium 50. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.

Porter, Stanley E. and Matthew Brook O’Donnell, eds. The Linguist as Pedagogue: Trends in the Teaching and Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament. New Testament Monographs, 11. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2009.
 
Pyper, Hugh S. An Unsuitable Book: The Bible as Scandalous Text. The Bible in the Modern World 7. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.
Racine, Jean-François, The Text of Matthew in the Writings of Basil of Caesarea. New Testament in the Greek Fathers 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Ramelli, Ilaria. Hierocles the Stoic: Elements of Ethics, Fragments, and Excerpts. Translated by David Konstan. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 28. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Reeves, John C., ed. Bible and Qur’an: Essays in Scriptural Intertextuality. Symposium Series 24. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Reeves, John C. Trajectories in Near Eastern Apocalyptic: A Postrabbinic Jewish Apocalypse Reader. Resources for Biblical Study 45. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Reventlow, Henning Graf. Trans. by Leo G. Perdue. History of Biblical Interpretation, Volume 1: From the Old Testament to Origen. Resources for Biblical Study 50. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Reventlow, Henning Graf. Trans. by James O. Duke. History of Biblical Interpretation, Volume 2: From Late Antiquity to the End of the Middle Ages. Resources for Biblical Study 61. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Reventlow, Henning Graf. Trans. by James O. Duke. History of Biblical Interpretation, Volume 3: Renaissance, Reformation, Humanism. Resources for Biblical Study 62. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Reventlow, Henning Graf. Trans. by James O. Duke. History of Biblical Interpretation, Volume 4: From the Enlightenment to the Twentieth Century. Resources for Biblical Study 63. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Reymond, Eric D. Innovations in Hebrew Poetry: Parallelism and the Poems of Sirach. Studies in Biblical Literature 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature 2004.

Reymond, Eric D. New Idioms within Old: Poetry and Parallelism in the Non-masoretic Poems of 11Q5(=11QPsA). Early Judiasm and its Literature 31. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Rice, David G. and John E. Stambaugh. Sources for the Study of Greek Religion. Resources for Biblical Study 14. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1979.

Richey, Lance Byron. Roman Imperial Ideology and the Gospel of John. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 42. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2007.

Rindge, Matthew S.  Jesus’ Parable of the Rich Fool.  Early Christianity and Its Literature, 6. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.

Ritner, Robert K, trans. The Libyan Anarchy: Inscriptions from Egypt's Third Intermediate Period. Writings from the Ancient World 21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
 
Rollston, Christopher A. Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel: Epigraphic Evidence from the Iron Age. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 11. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
Roncace, Mark and Patrick Gray, eds. Teaching the Bible: Practical Strategies for Classroom Instruction. Resources for Biblical Study 49. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Roncace, Mark and Patrick Gray, eds. Teaching the Bible through Popular Culture and the Arts. Resources for Biblical Study 53. Atlanta: Society of  Biblical Literature, 2007.
 
Rooke, Deborah W., ed.  Embroidered Garments: Priests and Gender in Biblical Israel.  Hebrew Bible Monographs, 25.  Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.

Roth, Martha T. Law Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor: Second Edition. Writings from the Ancient World 6. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the  Society of Biblical Literature, 1997.
 
Rowland, Christopher andChristopher Tuckett, eds. The Nature of New Testament Theology: Essays in Honour of Robert Morgan. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2006.

Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XVII (2005). Brown Judaic Studies 344. Providence, Brown Judaic Studies, 2005.

Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XVIII (2006). Studia Philonica Annual 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XIX (2007). Studia Philonica Annual 19.  Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.

Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XXI (2009). Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.

Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XXII (2010). Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
 
Runia, David T. and Gregory E. Sterling, eds. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Volume XXIV. Studia Philonica. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.

Russell, Donald A. and David Konstan, eds. and trans. Heraclitus: Homeric Problems. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 14. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Ryan, Roger. Judges. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
 
Salzman, Michele Renee and Michael Roberts, trans. The Letters of Symmachus: Book 1. Writings from the Greco-Roman World 30. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Schenker, Adrian, ed. The Earliest Text of the Hebrew Bible: The Relationship between the Masoretic Text and the Hebrew Base of the Septuagint Reconsidere. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 52. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
Schuller, Eileen M. and Carol A. Newsom. The Hodayot (Thanksgiving Psalms: A Study Edition of 1QHa). Early Judaism and Its Literature, Number 36. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
Schüssler Fiorenza, Elizabeth and Kent Harold Richards, eds. Transforming Graduate Biblical Education: Ethos and Discipline. Global Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Segovia, Fernando F., editor. What is John?: Volume I,  Readers and Readings of the Fourth Gospel. Symposium 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1999.
 
Shectman, Sarah. Women in the Pentateuch: A Feminist and Source-Critical Analysis. Hebrew Bible Monographs, 23. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
 
Shemunkasho, Aho. Healing in the Theology of Saint Ephrem. Gorgias Dissertations 1: Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 1. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2004.

Shipp, R. Mark. Of Dead Kings and Dirges: Myth and Meaning in Isaiah 14:4b–21. Academia Biblica 11. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.
 
Sigal, Phillip, The Halakhah of Jesus of Nazareth according to the Gospel of Matthew.   Studies in Biblical Literature 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.  

Singer, Itamar. Hittite Prayers. Writings from the Ancient World. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.
Singer, Itamar. The Calm before the Storm: Selected Writings of Itamar Singer on the Late Bronze Age in Anatolia and the Levant.  Writings from the Ancient World Supplements, Number 1. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Sinkoff, Nancy. Out of the Shtetl: Making Jews Modern in the Polish Borderlands. Brown Judaic Studies 336. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2004.
Sjöberg, Mikael. Wrestling with Textual Violence: The Jephthah Narrative in Antiquity and Modernity. The Bible in the Modern World 4. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006.
 
Skinner, Christopher W. and Kelly R. Iverson, eds. Unity and Diversity in the Gospels and Paul: Essays in Honor of Frank J. Matera. Early Christianity and Its Literature, 7. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Sklar, Jay. Sin, Impurity, Sacrifice, Atonement: The Priestly Conceptions. Hebrew Bible Monographs 2. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Smith, James A. Marks of an Apostle: Deconstruction, Philippians, and Problematizing Pauline Theology. Semeia Studies 53. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.

Smith, Mark S. The Rituals and Myths of the Feast of the Goodly Gods of KTU/CAT 1.23: Royal Constructions of Opposition, Intersection, Integration, and Domination. Resources for Biblical Study 51. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

Smith, Richard. A Concise Coptic-English Lexicon: Second Edition. Resources for Biblical Study 35. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1999.
 
Sneed, Mark R.The Politics of Pessimism in Ecclesiastes: A Social-Science Perspective.Ancient Israel and Its Literature 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
 
Sparks, James T. The Chronicler's Genealogies: Towards an Understanding of 1 Chronicles 1–9. Academia Biblica 28. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Starbuck, Scott R. A. Court Oracles in the Psalms: The So-Called Royal Psalms in their Ancient Near Eastern Context. Dissertation Series 172. Atlanta: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1999.

Steck, Odil Hannes. Trans. by James D. Nogalski. Old Testament Exegesis: A Guide to the Methodology, Second Edition. Resources for Biblical Study 39. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1998.

Steiner, Richard C. Stockmen from Tekoa, Sycomores from Sheba: A Study of Amos’ Occupations. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 36.  Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America. 2003.
 
Stepp, Perry L. Leadership Succession in the World of the Pauline Circle. New Testament Monographs 5. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005

Steppa, Jan-Eric. John Rufus and the World Vision of Anti-Chalcedonean Culture. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Dissertations in Early Christian Studies 4, ECS 1, 2005. 

Stern, Elsie R. From Rebuke to Consolation: Exegesis and Theology in the Liturgical Anthology of the Ninth of Av Season. Brown Judaic Studies 338. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2005.

Stone, Michael E., Aryeh Amihay, and Vered Hillel, eds. Noah and His Book(s). Early Judaism and Its Literature 28. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Strudwick, Nigel C. Texts from the Pyramid Age. Writings from the Ancient World 16. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
 
Sugirtharajah, R.S., Ed., The Postcolonial Biblical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2006.
 
Sugirtharajah, R.S., Troublesome Texts, The Bible in Colonial and Contemporary Culture. The Bible in the Modern World, 17. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.

Talshir, Zipora. I Esdra: From Origin to Translation. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 47. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 1999.

Tatum, Gregory, O. P. New Chapters in the Life of Paul: The Relative Chronology of His Career. Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 41. Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2006.

Tauberschmidt, Gerhard. Secondary Parallelism: A Study of Translation Technique in LXX Proverbs. Academia Biblica 15. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004.

Thatcher, Tom and Stephen D. Moore, eds. Anatomies of Narrative Criticism: The Past, Present, and Futures of the Fourth Gospel as Literature. Resources for Biblical Study 55. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.
Thomas, Samuel I. The Mysteries of Qumran: Mystery, Secrecy, and Esotericism in the Dead Sea Scrolls. Early Judaism and Its Literature 25. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009.
Tomes, Roger. I Have Written to the King, My Lord: Secular Analogies for the Psalms. Hebrew Bible Monographs 1. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Torrey, Charles C. The Lives of the Prophets: Greek Text and Translation. Monograph Series 1. Philadelphia: Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, 1946. (Reprinted by the Society of Biblical Literature, 2006).
Tucker, W. Dennis, Jr. Jonah: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text. Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2006.
Turner, John D. and Kevin Corrigan, eds. Plato's Parmenides and Its Heritage, Volume 1: History and Interpretation from the Old Academy to Later Platonism and Gnosticism. Writings from the Greco-Roman World Supplement Series 2. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Turner, John D. and Kevin Corrigan, eds. Plato'sParmenides and Its Heritage, Volume 2: Its Reception in Neoplatonic, Jewish, and Christian Texts. Writings from the Greco-Roman World Supplement Series 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.

Turner, John D. and Ruth Majercik, eds. Gnosticism and Later Platonism: Themes, Figures, and Texts. Symposium 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001.
 
Turner, Laurence A.  Genesis, Second Edition.Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009. 

Udoh, Fabian E. To Caesar What Is Caesar’s: Tribute, Taxes, and Imperial Administration in Early Roman Palestine (63 B.C.E.–70 C.E.). Brown Judaic Studies 343. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2006.

Ukpong, Justin S. et al. eds. Reading the Bible in the Global Village: Cape Town. Global Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002.

Valeta, David, Lions and Ovens and Visions; A Satirical Reading of Daniel 1-6. Hebrew Bible Monographs, 12. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
Van Voorst, Robert E. Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary, Third Edition. Resources for Biblical Study 43. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001.

Vander Stichele, Caroline and Todd Penner, eds. Her Master’s Tools? Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse. Global Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship 9. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
van de Sandt, Huub and Jürgen K. Zangenberg, eds. Matthew, James, and Didache: Three Related Documents in Their Jewish and Christian Settings. Symposium Series 45. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Vanstiphout, Herman. Epics of Sumerian Kings: The Matter of Aratta. Writings from the Ancient World 20. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.

Vaughn, Andrew G. Theology, History, and Archaeology in the Chronicler’s Account of Hezekiah. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 4. Atlanta, Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1999.

Verner, David C. The Household of God: The Social World of the Pastoral Epistles. Dissertation Series 71. Chico: Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1983.
von Ehrenkrook, Jason. Sculpting Idolatry in Flavian Rome. Early Judaism and Its Literature, 33. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Wachtel, Klaus and Michael W. Holmes, eds. The Textual History of the Greek New Testament: Changing Views in Contemporary Research. Text-Critical Studies, 8. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
 
Wade, Martha. Consistency of Translation Techniques in the Tabernacle Accounts of Exodus in the Old Greek. Septuagine and Cognate Studies 49. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
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Wallace, Howard N. PsalmsReadings: A New Biblical Commentary.  Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.

Wassen, Cecilia. Women in the Damascus Document. Academia Biblica 21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
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Whybray, Norman. Job. Readings: A New Biblical Commentary. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
 
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British Museum Online Research Catalogues

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British Museum Online Research Catalogues
Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt

Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt

Archaeological finds made in late 19th and early 20th century excavations at the site of Naukratis that today are dispersed in museums worldwide.
Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt catalogue 
Asante Gold Regalia

Asante Gold Regalia in the British Museum collection

220 items of gold regalia from the West African state of Asante in modern-day Ghana.
Asante Gold Regalia catalogue 
The Ramesseum Papyri

The Ramesseum Papyri

Surviving papyri from a 13th Dynasty tomb at Luxor later covered by the funerary temple of Ramses II, known as the Ramesseum.
Ramesseum Papyri catalogue 
Ancient Cyprus at the British Museum

Ancient Cyprus at the British Museum

Objects found during 19th century excavations in a growing catalogue of the Museum's entire collection from the island.
Ancient Cyprus catalogue 
Paper money of England and Wales

Paper money of England and Wales

Banknotes, cheques and other paper money issued in England and Wales at the British Museum.
Paper Money catalogue 
Roman Republican Coins

Roman Republican Coins

More than 12,000 coins minted during the Roman Republican period.
Roman Republican Coins catalogue 
Rembrandt and his School

Rembrandt and his School

The British Museum collection of 392 drawings by Rembrandt and artists of his school.
Drawings by Rembrandt and his School catalogue 
Russian Icons in the British Museum

Russian Icons in the British Museum

A collection of 72 Russian icons dating from the fifteenth through to the early twentieth century.
Russian Icons catalogue 

Open Access Journal: Retiarius: Archivum Recentioris Latinitatis

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Retiarius: Archivum Recentioris Latinitatis
Commentarii Periodici Latini quibus index Retiarius ab anno 1998o usque ad annum 2001um per rete universale edebantur. Cuius moderator fuit Terentius Tunberg ( clatot@uky.edu ).
Quae ex illis fasciculis supersunt, hac in pagina interretiali invenies.

Quartus Fasciculus (anni 2001i)

Altera Pars

Tertius Fasciculus (anni 2000i)

Prima Pars

Altera Pars

  • Argenidis mythistoriae saeculo septimo decimo ab Ioanne Barclaio compositae, quam edendam curavit Marcus RILEY, omnes libri hoc in fasciculo exhibentur.

Secundus Fasciculus (anni 1999i)

Prima Pars

Altera Pars

Primus Fasciculus (anni 1998i)

Prima Pars

  • Tabacum et Diabolus. Fabella Iaponica a Riunosuke Akutagawa conscripta, quam Latine reddidit Accius WATANABEUS.

Altera Pars

New Open Access Journal: Erga-Logoi: Rivista di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità

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Erga-Logoi: Rivista di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità
Online ISSN: 2282-3212
Print ISSN: 2280-9678
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Erga-Logoiè una rivista, soggetta a peer-review, di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità; un concetto, quest'ultimo, da intendere in senso ampio sul piano dell'estensione geografica e cronologica. Il titolo è stato scelto per sottolineare, evocando il proemio metodologico di Tucidide - benché la contrapposizione abbia ovviamente, in quel contesto, valore diverso -, l'intento di guardare al mondo antico prestando attenzione sia al "fatto" (gli eventi storici, la produzione artistica, la cultura materiale), sia al "detto" (il discorso poetico, letterario, storico, normativo nella sua forma orale e scritta). 

Di conseguenza, la Rivista propone con convinzione un approccio unitario al mondo antico, respingendo prospettive settoriali in favore di un'impostazione fortemente interdisciplinare: l'unica che può consentire un'adeguata comprensione della civiltà complessa e articolata, sul piano cronologico, geografico e soprattutto contenutistico, che il mondo antico ha espresso.
La Rivista, che esce con cadenza semestrale, è dunque aperta a contributi di carattere storico, filologico, letterario, archeologico, artistico, giuridico; ha carattere multilingue e intende con ciò contribuire allo sviluppo di un dibattito internazionale sul mondo antico e sulla sua eredità.

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Erga-Logoi is a peer-reviewed journal of ancient history, literature, law and culture, as broadly conceived in geographical and chronological terms. Evoking Thucydides' methodological exordium (although in that context the opposition obviously has a different value), the name of the Journal was chosen to reflect its intention of looking at the ancient world paying attention to both “facts” (historical events, artistic production, material culture) and “words” (literary, historical, legal production in its oral and written forms).
On these bases, the Journal embraces a unified approach to the ancient world, rejecting sectional perspectives for an interdisciplinary focus, reflecting these complex articulated civilizations. 

The Journal, published every six months, is open to contributions of a historical, philological, literary, archaeological, artistic, and legal nature. It is multilingual, thereby aiming to foster the development of international debate on the ancient world and its legacy.
1. 2013

Sophocles' Lucky Day: Antigone
Robert Wallace
DOI - 10.7358/erga-2013-001-wall
Zonaras abréviateur de Cassius Dion. À la recherche de la préface perdue de l’Histoire romaine
Valérie Fromentin
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Persio e il suicidio di Catone. Sulle tracce di un esercizio scolastico antico (Pers. III 44-47)
Luigi Pirovano
DOI - 10.7358/erga-2013-001-piro

Démosthène, Sur la couronne 296 et le vocabulaire grec de la mutilation corporelle
Yannick Muller
DOI - 10.7358/erga-2013-001-mull
La strutturazione del potere seleucidico in Anatolia. Il caso di Acheo il Vecchio e Alessandro di Sardi
Monica D’Agostini
DOI - 10.7358/erga-2013-001-dago
Excellence: Tyrtaeus’ own View. A Literary Analysis of Fragment 9
Carmen Sánchez-Mañas
DOI - 10.7358/erga-2013-001-sanc

Open Access Journal: Romula: Arqueología antigua y medieval

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Romula: Arqueología antigua y medieval
ISSN: 1695-4076
Romula se ocupa de los temas emergentes en el campo de la arqueología tanto antigua como medieval. Sus trabajos de investigación están enfocados en el campo de la Arqueología, con especial atención a la Arqueología de la provincia de Sevilla y su entorno. Igualmente actúa como órgano de difusión científica del Seminario de Arqueología de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla lo que incluye la difusión de los resultados de los difierentes Proyectos de Investigación que se desarrollan en el mismo. 

No 11 (2012)

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Herramientas SIG para el estudio de la Carmona Romana = GIS tools to study Roman Carmona PDF
Alejandro Jiménez Hernández 7-26
Aproximación al mundo rural romano en el territorio de Carmo = Approach to the Roman Rural settlement in the Territory of Carmo PDF
Elisabet Conlin Hayes, Alejandro Jiménez Hernández 27-57
Evidencias del comercio en época romana en la Subbética cordobesa = Evidences of roman trade in Cordoba Subbetica PDF
José Ramón Carrillo Díaz-Pinés 59-94
La historia de las investigaciones de "Ostur": Una introducción para su estudio = An introduction of the history of research of "Ostur" PDF
Santiago Robles Esparcia 95-114
El mosaico de la villa romana de Puente Melchor. Estudio historico-artístico y tratamiento de conservación = Mosaic of the roman villa of Puente Melchor. Historical-artistic study and treatment of conservation PDF
María Luisa Millán Salgado, Mercedes Cristina Gómez Bueno 115-136
Producciones especializadas, influencias y modelos decorativos de los talleres marmóreos de la Colonia Augusta Firma Astigi, Écija (Sevilla) = Specialized Productions, Influends And Decorative Models Of The Marbles Workshops Of The Augusta Firma Astigi PDF
Ana María Felipe Colodrero 137-160
Policromia marmorea nei rivestimentipavimentali e parietali della Villa Adriana di Tivoli: nuove scoperte e verifiche = Marmoreal Polychromy In The Floor Andwall Coverings Of Hadrian’s Villa:New Discoveries And Testing PDF
Giuseppina Enrica Cinque, Elisabetta Lazzeri 161-204
Dos nuevos retratos de Augusto en la provincia de Córdoba = Two new Augustus portraits found in the province of Córdoba PDF
Carlos Márquez 205-221
Esculturas romanas del tipo afrodita Louvre-Nápoles en el Museo Arqueológico y Etnográfico de Córdoba = Roman sculptures following The Model Of Aphrodite Louvre-Naples In The Archaeological And Ethnographic Museum of Córdoba PDF
Luis Baena del Alcázar 223-247
Un conjunto de cerámica tardoantigua procedente de la Atalaya de la Moranilla (Écija, Sevilla) = A group of pottery belonging to late antiquity period from Atalaya de la Moranilla (Écija, Sevilla) PDF
María del Carmen Barragán Valencia 249-272
La muralla huérfana. A vueltas con el último recinto amurallado de Madnat Išblia = The Orphan Wall. Going back to the last wall of Madnat Išblia PDF
Daniel Jiménez Maqueda, Pedro Pérez Quesada 273-347


































Monographs: Collana della Rivista di Diritto Romano Online

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Open Access Journal: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies

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[Most recently updated 2 September 2013]

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies
ISSN: 2159-3159
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GRBS is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal devoted to the culture and history of Greece from Antiquity to the Renaissance, featuring research on all aspects of the Hellenic world from prehistoric antiquity through the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods, including studies of modern classical scholarship.

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Delta Survey Workshop papers online

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Delta Survey Workshop papers online
On 22-23 March 2013 the third successful MSA/EES Delta Survey Workshop took place in Cairo with around 70 participants and 25 papers from speakers who are active in Delta excavations and research. Following several requests for copies of the papers, it was decided to make as many as possible available online and 'open access'.
The first four papers (downloadable PDFs) are now available on a new page on our website: www.ees.ac.uk/research/Delta_Workshop.html and further papers will be added as and when they are completed.

The Delta Survey home page has also been updated: http://www.ees.ac.uk/research/delta-survey.html

For more details see the 'Delta Survey' blog: http://tinyurl.com/opb5ma7


Abstracts

In the order in which papers appeared on the programme for the Workshop. PDFs of papers are being added below the relevant abstracts as they are ready. If you would like to be notified when additional papers are added, or request a higher quality PDF, please send an e-mail to Patricia Spencer.

Mohamed Abd el-Maqsoud

Tell Hebua (Tjarou) I, II, III. Defense System on the eastern gate of Egypt
Tell Hebua is situated on the eastern bank of the Suez Canal, in north-east Sinai, about 4km from the city Al-Qantara East. The three sites at Hebua represent an agglomeration located on the edge of a paleo-lagoon. Excavation carried out recently has revealed a defense system represented by fortresses reinforced with towers and surrounding administrative and religious buildings, with palaces and domestic structures of the New Kingdom and Late Period. Tell Hebua II, which is 750m south-east of Hebua I, has yielded a massive structure representing a fortified city and containing a series of magazines and a religious complex of the New Kingdom. Hebua III which lies about 1km south-east of Hebua II, includes domestic structures with many silos and bread ovens, with serpentine walls and many ox burials. The discovery of fortified cities at Hebua (Tjarou) has confirmed inscriptions on the walls of Karnak of the reign of Sety I who described the fortresses and installations of North Sinai.

Hesham M Hussein and Sayed Abd el-Aleem

Tell el-Kedwa (Qedua): Saite Fortresses on Egypt’s Eastern Frontier.
The excavation at Tell al-Kedwa was undertaken by an Egyptian archaeological mission (2008). The site of Tell al-Kedwa lies on flat ground 25km north-east of Al-Qantara East. Tell al-Kedwa was occupied by a military fortification which dated to the Saite Period. Previous excavations had revealed a massive square mud-brick fortress 200m x 200m. The SCA excavation showed that there was more than one fortress at Tell al-Kedwa. Two forts of the Saite Period have been found; the earlier structure (fort A) dates from the beginning of the Saite Period, the later one (fort B) dates from the second half of the same period.

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Geoffrey Tassie

The Wadi Tumilat in Antiquity and Today
Two major surveys of the Wadi Tumilat have been undertaken, the first by Schott in the late 1920s and the other by Holladay in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These surveys revealed the presence of several multi-period sites in the western Wadi Tumilat but their conclusions were that the Wadi Tumilat only had major occupation from the Late Period and only minor traces of earlier occupation could be discerned. The discovery of the large Predynastic to Early Dynastic Periods site of Kafr Hassan Dawood in the late 1980s challenged this perceived knowledge. The continued analysis of the excavated material remains indicates that the site was occupied from 3,400 BC to 2,700 BC and possibly earlier, making it contemporary with earliest remains at Minshat Abu Omar. Analysis of the later remains at the site, which were preliminarily dated to Late Period to Ptolemaic also indicate that the occupation continued for longer. The results of the current analysis of both periods, relating to the excavations in the 1990s, will be presented.
 

Irene Forstner-Müller and Pamela Rose

Tell el-Dab'a/Avaris/Recent Results
Investigation of the landscape at Tell el-Dab’a/Avaris (under the excavation concession of the Austrian Archaeological Institute, Cairo branch, since 1966), has long been an integral element of the research, and began before landscape archaeology became popular. The focus of this paper is on area R/III where excavations were undertaken from 2010-12 to combat the ongoing destruction of archaeological remains by modern agricultural activity. The area was divided, by streets running from north-north-west to south-south-east and converging towards the south, into several insulae. Two different quarters of Avaris could be distinguished, and thus provided the opportunity to conduct a study on the function of individual areas in the central part of the town. In the western part (an administrative quarter consisting of one block) spacious buildings dating to the later Second Intermediate Period were discovered, while the eastern district, with narrower side streets, is a typical domestic town quarter with a layout common at Avaris. In contrast to the western district, tombs were found within this domestic quarter, as was usual in domestic quarters at Avaris in the Second Intermediate Period. Besides other finds over 1,000 sealing impressions were found in this area: including some with royal names such as that of King Khyan of the 15th Dynasty.

Manuela Lehmann

Skylines, bridges and mud in the Delta and elsewhere
In this lecture I would like to present the latest results of the ongoing research at Tell el-Dab’a into developments of the Late Period and early Ptolemaic Period, when, as at many other sites in the Delta, the pattern of the settlement changes dramatically compared to earlier periods due to a new type of architecture in Egypt. This type is also found in other places in the ancient Near East and is partly still in use today. An ethnoarchaeological comparison between the ancient Delta and modern Yemen gives surprisingly fruitful insights into this building type, its construction and the ways people deal with this architecture.

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Tomasz Herbich and Irene Forstner-Müller

Small harbours in the Nile Delta: the case of Tell el-Dab’a
The basis for the reconstruction of the historic landscape in the region of Tell el-Dab’a is geomorphological research carried out in the 1990s by J. Dorner. Magnetic survey since 1999 has helped to define the position of the Pelusiac Nile branch, outline the floodplain limits, define precisely the locations of settled areas and their layouts, and identify possible locations of the main ports. Moreover, the precise picture of the shoreline provided by the survey allowed the identification of what may have been small harbours, two of which - in the area of Ezbet il-Ezzawin and Ezbet Mehesin - are the theme of this paper. Magnetic mapping suggests that the waterfronts were artificially formed and clearly show a vacant space between the waterfront and the settlement edge. The magnetic image of sediments filling the riverbed may indicate that it had been deepened. Electro-resistivity survey was carried out using the vertical electrical sounding method and the resulting measurements support the hypothesis of the artificial formation of waterfronts, demonstrating that materials of a high resistivity (most probably with a high content of sand or gravel) were used in their construction. Test drilling in Ezbet il-Ezzawin showed the presence of bricks with a high sand content.


Mostafa Nor el-Din

Egyptian rescue excavation in Tell el-Retaba
Tell el-Retaba is a major dynastic-period site in northern Egypt and like many other sites in Egypt it is under constant threat of destruction. An asphalt road linking Cairo with the city of El-Qantara was built through Tell el-Retaba some years ago and current development of this road into a multi-lane highway was approved by Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities on the condition that full archaeological excavations should first take place. The salvage project covered an area approximately 230m long (north-south) and 10m wide (east-west) and the rescue excavation has added important new data on the long settlement history of the site from the Second Intermediate Period until the Late Period.

Aiman Ashmawy Ali

The SCA excavation at Tell Basta 2002
In 2002 the SCA carried out an excavation in the area to the north of the great temple of Bastet and east of the excavation site of 2001. It is a high mound with a pointed top which slopes sharply in its northern part. In the upper level the foundation of complete house was discovered and parts of three other mud-brick houses, beside a well built of red bricks. The houses (probably 30th Dynasty or early Ptolemaic Period) seemed to be laid out in regular orthogonal plan indicating pre-planned settlements which might have belonged to workers involved in the temple activities of Nectanebo II at Bubastis. The northern part of the site is 2m deep and excavation here uncovered parts of a large building, most probably a palace or a large house, beside two earlier silos. The building is dated, by ceramic evidence, to the 26th Dynasty. A layer of burned ash was discovered around the silos and between the walls - similar to the units with burnt ash discovered in 2001 within the buildings to the west, which represent magazines. The discovery of ash in the magazines added to our knowledge about ancient measures to protect the grain and control insects and mites, by using ash, mud and sand.

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Eva Lange

Shedding new light on the tales of Herodotus: the hydrogeography of Bubastis and its hinterland
The famous description of Herodotus about the Temple of Bastet at Bubastis focuses on the existence of two canals (the ‘Isheru’ or sacred lake) surrounding the temple, transforming it into an island. These canals were fed by the Nile branch which passed very close to Bubastis. Previously the account of Herodotus seemed to be the only available source for the existence of the canals, but recent research at the site has produced archaeological evidence for them. They formed the core of a sacred landscape, built for the cult of Bastet. However, the Isheru of Bubastis have to be considered as only a part of the picture of the hydrogeography of the city and its surrounding territory - the situation of Bubastis adjacent to two main Nile branches of the Delta, and its evolution, is strongly connected to the existence of access to those waterways. Any attempt to reconstruct the history of the city needs to be based on the investigation of its hydrogeography: the course of the Nile branches, artificial canals and the possible location of the harbour of Bubastis.

Veit Vaelske

‘A horse so prancing is indeed a thing of beauty’. On ‘rider’ terracottas from Tell Basta
During various excavations in Lower Egypt clay statuettes have been found, consisting of separately formed horses and mounted bearded riders. The distinctive appearance has led not only to different identifications, but also to ethnic interpretations. Common are appellations such as ‘Scythians’ or ‘Persian Riders’ whereby a connection with a multi-ethnic Nile Delta is implied. This reading might be supported by the dating of the figurines to the third century BC, in the Egyptian Late Period, separating the type from Egyptian coroplastic production during the later Hellenistic Period or the Roman Period. The Tell Basta Project so far has found about 65 fragments of horse-and-rider-figurines of this iconographic pattern; enough material to assess in comparison with previous discussions and to try to establish a classification for this specific terracotta group.

Manfred Bietak

On some palaces and ports in the eastern Delta: a contribution to historical geography.
This paper tries to assess the strategic importance of the eastern Delta by the position and character of palaces at the easternmost Nile branch from the Middle Kingdom to the Ramesside Period. It also tries to put the palatial quarters into the context of the historical geography of the eastern Delta.

Cezary Baka

Old Kingdom Settlement in the Nile Delta: an overview
The Old Kingdom in the Nile Delta is much less well-attested than many later or even earlier periods. Since there are still too few sites where Old Kingdom remains have been identified and properly studied, the aim of this presentation is not to propose even a hypothetic reconstruction of the settlement network but to comment on the geographic distribution of those sites which are known. A map of Old Kingdom Delta sites shows a great disproportion in settlement density and types of archaeological remains, which can not be explained only by the distribution of research projects. The Nile Delta in the Old Kingdom was quite different from its modern state in aspects of its geography and environmental conditions and can be divided into three main regions: in the eastern Delta developed urban settlements were located on geziras as well as on the levées. In the south-western Delta very often only the levées had suitable conditions for permanent settlement and the small amount of ground which was habitable during the flood season may have influenced settlement density. The northern Delta seems to have been much less densely settled in the Old Kingdom but the small amount of archaeological data may not signify an absence of settlements, but might indicate that it took a different form in this more swampy area.
 

Ayman Wahby and Karim Abdel Fattah

Some little-known archaeological sites in Dakahlia Governorate
The aim of our paper is to shed light on some lesser-known archaeological sites in the governorate of Dakahlia: Tell el-Kabir, about 4km to the north of El-Kurdi, in Ezbet el-Khudery; Tell el-Balasun, south-east of El-Kurdi on the road of Shelbaya, in Ezbet el-Bakry (the tell itself is located in Ezbet Salib); Tell el-Khereba, one of the registered archaeological sites of el-Sinbellawein - a few red bricks and pottery sherds are distributed on the tell; Tell el-Lugga, about 20km south-east of Sinbellwein and about 5km from Tell el-Farkha, near Ezbet Wahby; Kom el-Hammamat - one of the registered archaeological sites of Bilqeis, together with Kom Nuqyza and Tell Yetwal wa Yaqsur; Tell Ibn Salam, located in El-Menzala lake which surrounds it on all sides; Tell Halbouny and Tell Murad which are archaeological sites in Shirbin together with Tell el-Balamun - they are near the village of El-Atrash; Tell el-Dahab, south of Dikirnis and covered with grass, fragments of pottery and shells; Tell el-Hufya in Beni Ebeid: Kom Niqeiza, also called Tell el-Qa’da, and situated at the limit of Dakahlia governorate near Kafr el-Sheikh - it is covered with fragments of pottery, shells and red bricks.

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Assayed el-Banna

Archaeological tells in Kafr Ash-Sheikh Governorate which are liable to vanish due to global climatic changes: a research paper on the management of archaeological sites
This paper aims to draw attention to many recent alerts from international and local institutes, warning of the seriousness of sea-level rise due to global climate change all over the world. The impact on Egypt could be severe, and in Kafr Ash-Sheikh Governorate these changes (if they happen) will result in the disappearance of many archaeological tells. This paper proposes a survey project to study endangered tells and to decide how we will face this problem which surely will require the collaboration of authorities - including the Ministry of State for Antiquities - to study the consequences of climate change and to devise the needed careful preventive measures to avoid devastating effects on the archaeological tells close to the sea in Delta areas. The basic idea of the project is to prepare an urgent salvage plan to address the negative impacts expected on archaeological tells in Kafr Ash-Sheikh Governorate which will be endangered by the effects of climate change. A three-phase plan of action is proposed: (1) conducting preliminary archaeological surveys of all archaeological tells within the endangered area, making use of the SCA datasheet; (2) developing a rescue excavation plan and identifying the equipment needed and finally (3) carrying out the excavations.


Robert Schiestl

The Regional Survey around Buto (Tell el-Farain), western Delta: results 2011-12
In 2011 and 2012 the Regional Survey around Buto (Tell el-Farain), conducted by the German Archaeological Institute Cairo, focused its investigations on areas in the vicinity of Buto. Work was conducted in fields north-east of Buto in areas today used as agricultural land and on the freestanding tell of Kom el-Gir, about 4km north-east of Buto. The complete loss of small ancient sites, marked as tells on early Survey of Egypt maps and often still detectable on 40 year old satellite images (Corona) can be observed. These sites have almost entirely disappeared below the current surface. Magnetometric prospection at the freestanding site of Kom el-Gir has revealed a Graeco-Roman settlement.

Gregory Marouard (on behalf of Pascale Ballet, Sylvie Dhennin, Guy Lecuyot, Gregory Marouard and Bérangère Redon)

Recent works on the late periods at Buto (2011-12)
In collaboration with the German Institute of Archaeology (Cairo) and the MSA (Inspectorate of Kafr el-Sheikh), and supported by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (Paris), IFAO (Cairo) and the Centre of Alexandrian Studies (Alexandria), the University of Poitiers has concentrated its recent fieldwork (2011-12) in two main directions. Firstly, investigating the evolution of the city through a new method of extensive survey mapping in 2012 on an area over 11,000 m2 in the northern part of Kôm A. One of the first aims of this survey was to highlight, for the Kom A area initially, the limits of the town of Buto during the late phases of its occupation, from the Late Period to the beginning of the Islamic Period. Secondly, studies on the Hellenistic and Roman innovations of the bath buildings in sector P10 (Ptolemaic to the Roman times) where the EES worked in the 1960s, and (in collaboration with the MSA Inspectorate of Kafr el-Sheikh) in the Ptolemaic baths near the modern village of Mohammed el-Baz.

Joanne Rowland

Investigations in Minufiyeh province in 2011 and 2012: in Quesna and Khatatbah
Since the last workshop, work has been progressing in two key areas - Quesna, the necropolis for Athribis, and in the region of Khatatbah, which represents one of the earliest areas for temporary and permanent settlers in the Nile Delta. At Quesna, investigations have focused on the Ptolemaic-Roman cemetery and also the corridors of the sacred falcon necropolis, where there is now further inscriptional evidence to link Quesna with Athribis, and the first from the EES investigations in the falcon necropolis in particular. Excavations in the cemetery have continued to inform about the range of medical conditions and trauma which affected the population, as well as providing new information on the range of burial types. At Khatatbah, summer 2011 saw a specialised team visiting survey areas within a 5km tract of land south of the modern town. The finds range throughout the Palaeolithic Period and into the Neolithic Period and provide a starting point for a more focused survey with palaeoenvironmental reconstruction in spring 2013.

Ahmed Deraz and Mohammed el-Sharkawy

Recent discoveries in Quesna archaeological area
The Quesna archaeological area is located about 2km from modern Quesna and 12km from Shebin el-Kom in Minufiyeh Governorate. It contains many archaeological remains including: the brick-built mausoleum, the Roman coffin burials and the sacred falcon necropolis. In view of its importance, the Faculty of Arts, Minufiyeh University decided to complete the archaeological excavations (halted in 2009) in the south side of the archaeological area, of the brick-built mausoleum containing burials of the Late and Ptolemaic Periods, overlaid by Roman burials. The aims were to complete the excavation of the mausoleum, to try to find any evidence of other structures, to study burial patterns and positions, and to research Egyptian religion and architecture in the period when the mausoleum was in use. Work started on the north side of the mausoleum and has revealed additional features which will be described during the paper.

Mohamed Kenawi, Valentina Gasperini and Georgia Marchiori

Kom al-Ahmer (Kom Wasit). The Italian Archaeological Mission in the western Nile Delta
During the Beheira Survey Project conducted between 2008 and 2011 in the western Delta, eight sites of wine production, seven sites of olive oil production, four amphorae workshops, and probably Metelis, the capital of the nomos, were discovered and documented, in addition to sixty-six other sites. The rediscovery of the first documented plant nursery underscored the importance of the region from an economic perspective. As a result of the survey, the economic importance of the western Delta can be compared with Alexandria and the rest of Egypt. In 2012 excavation and survey started at Kom al-Ahmer (Kom Wasit), yielding some important finds that demonstrate the economic importance of the site. There were also significant pottery finds (fourth-seventh centuries AD) with imports accounting for 75% percent of the amphorae - the majority from Cilicia. This confirmation of direct contact with Mediterranean ports and a large unidentified structure has encouraged us to continue our excavations.


Marek Chłodnicki & Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz

Tell el-Farkha. Excavations 2012-2013
During the seasons 2012-13 excavations at Tell el-Farkha were continued on all three koms. On the Western Kom, fieldwork was carried out within the older trench that had been opened in 2006 and excavation undertaken in the layers between the oldest phases of the administrative-cultic centre (Naqada IIIB) and the top layers of burnt Naqadian residence, partly excavated in 2003-04 (Naqada IIIA-Naqada IID2/IIIA). On the Central Kom, the trench was extended to the west. A building with massive mud-brick walls (1.5m-1.7m thick) dated to Naqada III B was discovered there. A new trench for verification of the results of geophysical research was also opened on the north-western slope of the kom. A rounded building 7m in diameter on the interior, and with a 2m thick wall, was discovered there. It had been destroyed at the beginning of the Third Dynasty. The excavations in 2013 should identify the function of that construction. On the Eastern Kom, works were concentrated around the large structure found in 2004 (a mastaba). We found a group of the rooms bordered on the north by a m thick wall and a similar wall was also found to the south of the mastaba.

Joanna Debowska-Ludwin

Early mastabas from Tell el-Farkha
At Tell el-Farkha approximately120 excavated tombs belong to three distinct cemeteries associated with the Protodynastic and Early Dynastic Periods and the Old Kingdom, and many have mastaba superstructures. The oldest mastaba at Tell el-Farkha (NIIIA2/B1) is also the largest and the most monumental. Not long after, a new necropolis was started next to, and partially over, the abandoned large mastaba. The impressive mastaba tombs which make up the cemetery were constructed for members of a wealthy society and they demonstrate the high status of their owners. The so-called Early Dynastic graves reflect the changing political fortunes of the settlement at Tell el-Farkha but also show deeper evolution within the social structure of the young Egyptian kingdom. Although burials from this phase of the cemetery were far more diversified and usually rather poor, quite monumental mastabas were also constructed. The latest graves represent the final decline of the settlement and were only the simplest pit burials. The use of mastaba tombs at Tell el-Farkha lasted about 500 years and corresponded to the most prosperous period of the settlement. Their study makes a major contribution to our knowledge of early Egyptian burial customs and the development of typical Egyptian mastaba tombs.

Marcin Czarnowitz

Nile Delta foreign relations during the Pre- and Early Dynastic Periods in the light of excavations at Tell el-Farkha
Since 1998 a Polish team has been excavating at Tell el-Farkha in the eastern Nile Delta. Archaeologists believe that ‘Chicken Mound’ (the meaning of the name in English) played an important role in relations between the southern Levant and Egypt. The time of the site’s greatest flourishing corresponds with the development of the so-called ‘Egyptian colony’ in Palestine. According to various surveys conducted in the Nile Delta, Tell el-Farkha was a nodal point on the route from Upper Egypt to the southern Levant, located at a crossroad with the passage leading into the Western Delta. A high number of imported pottery fragments and locally made imitations underlines the role of the site in long range trade. This paper will once again reexamine the arguments supporting this theory, showing the most important objects of Levantine provenance and locally-made imitations. The latter part of the paper will present also non-pottery evidence of contacts discussing, among other points, commodities that Tell el-Farkha was able to send to the Levant.


Jeffrey Spencer (on behalf of Ross Thomas and Alexandra Villing)

Naukratis (Kom Geif) 2012 field season
In October 2012 the first British Museum fieldwork season at Naukratis was conducted by members of the Museum’s Naukratis Project. Naukratis was the earliest and, for a period, the only Greek port in Egypt. Established in the late seventh century BC as a base for Greek (and Cypriot) traders, and the port of Sais, Naukratis was an important hub for trade and cross-cultural exchange with artefacts from the site spanning the late seventh century BC to the seventh century AD (at least). The new fieldwork complements the Project’s study of earlier excavations (by Petrie, Hogarth and Leonard/Coulson), clarifying their results and the helping to contextualise artifacts (see the open access catalogue: www.britishmuseum.org/naukratis). This research has advanced our understanding of the site, particularly of the full extent of the city, its geomorphology, harbour, structures and development over time. During the first fieldwork season an accurate map of the site was produced by recording all visible archaeological features, by tying previous excavations and surveys to our survey, and by the identification of new archaeological features through the use of magnetometry.

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Mohamed Abd el-Meguid

Alexandria: new strategies - more discoveries
Using the simple basic scientific rules for exploration has revealed more than twenty archaeological sites in Alexandria during the last two years. These sites help us to understand the complex topography of the city during its long life. They vary between rock tombs, pottery graves and simple inhumations spanning the period from the Hellenistic to Byzantine eras for pagans and Christians, especially in the eastern side of the city. The western side yielded simple and complex cisterns from the Roman Period to the Ottoman Period. In the middle of the city parts of streets have been discovered. Study of these sites, as well as of the associated objects, is in process.

Penny Wilson

Optimising Delta Survey information and targeting research problems
The collection of information from Delta sites has resulted in a wealth of data from areas of the Delta, at varying degrees of resolution. Ground survey, mapping, artefact and pottery recording allied with satellite imagery and local knowledge have produced a mosaic of material, some of which has been published (van den Brink, Bietak, Wilson & Grigoropoulos) or is publicly available through the Delta EES Survey website. This paper is an attempt to evaluate the survey data and its coverage, to measure the amount of work still to be done and to raise particular questions and problems with colleagues. In particular: how useful is site visiting without other topographical work in the satellite-survey age? To what extent can local knowledge and interests be built into site work (the cultural heritage co-efficient)? What is the intended legacy of the survey work – for all archaeologists, geographers and government agencies interested in the work (looking at the EAIS objectives)? What overall chronological, geological and humanistic frameworks are applicable? How can the Delta Survey be augmented in a low-cost, low-tech way by researchers in Egypt (training and funding, quality control)?

Robert Littman and Mohamed Kenawi

Tell Timai (ancient Thmuis)
An international team of scholars sponsored by the University of Hawaii has been working at Tell Timai (ancient Thmuis) since 2007. The first goal of the project is to preserve and conserve this exceptional example of a Ptolemaic and Roman period metropolis from destruction, while studying an invaluable source of history of the life, economy, and culture of Egypt in Late Antiquity. The work at Thmuis is writing a new chapter of Egyptian history in the Nile Delta. Here we present the introduction to that chapter with an archaeological overview of the history of the town and our hopes for its future.

Open Access Journal: Archéopages

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Archéopages
ISSN: 1622-8545
Prolongeant une interrogation séculaire de l’homme sur ses origines, l’archéologie s’est progressivement constituée en science à partir du XVIIIe siècle. Elle fournit l’intégralité des données sur la Préhistoire et des données essentielles sur l’Antiquité, le Moyen Âge ou les Temps modernes, complémentaires des archives textuelles. Utilisant des méthodes de plus en plus complexes sur le terrain comme en laboratoire, elle apporte des informations nouvelles sur les techniques, la gestion de l’espace et les modes de vie. Car il ne s’agit plus de récolter des objets rares mais bien de reconstituer les organisations sociales, l’environnement…
L’archéologie est aujourd’hui, de toutes les sciences, celle qui offre la plus grande profondeur de temps pour l’analyse des trajectoires des sociétés humaines.

Revue trimestrielle de l’Inrap, Archéopages consacre une large place à l’actualité des découvertes et aux méthodes modernes de l’archéologie.

Chaque livraison d’Archéopages développe un thème en croisant les points de vue des archéologues de tous horizons et ceux d’autres chercheurs en sciences humaines, pour faire le point sur les apports récents de l’archéologie à la connaissance.

Abonnez-vous pour être informé des résultats de la recherche et retrouvez dans chaque numéro :

  • un "Dossier" thématique
  • un "Débat" entre un archéologue et des chercheurs d’autres disciplines
  • la rubrique "Pratiques" consacrée aux questions méthodologiques
  • la rubrique "Actualité" rendant compte de fouilles récentes
  • un calendrier des manifestations scientifiques.

Open Access Journal: Oxford School of Archaeology Annual Report

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Oxford School of Archaeology Annual Report
Archaeology is a subject that spans the entirety of the human past all across the globe.  Oxford’s School of Archaeology is one of the few departments in the world where so many diverse aspects of archaeological teaching and research are brought together to address critical questions about our past.  We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees (we were ranked joint first place in the Complete University Guide 2013 for Student Satisfaction and Research) and have research projects on all the inhabited continents. As a result, we have the depth and breadth of expertise to help students tackle complex issues ranging from human origins and early hunter-gatherers, to the ancient environment, classical and historical archaeology, and chronology.  We are also particularly fortunate that the legacies of eminent archaeologists who have called Oxford home, including Sir Arthur Evans and Lawrence of Arabia, continue to provide inspiration to both students and staff.

DICCIONARIO GRIEGO-ESPAÑOL Canon Lists of editions and abbreviations

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DICCIONARIO GRIEGO-ESPAÑOL: Nueva Edición de las Listas I-IV - New Edition of DGE Canon Lists - Nouvelle Édition des Listes I-IV
Esta nueva edición actualizada de las listas de ediciones de referencia y de abreviaturas empleadas en el DGE es la misma que acompaña a la segunda edición revisada y aumentada del volumen I, publicado en 2008. Un suplemento, todavía inédito y sin concluir, que aparecerá en el volumen VIII, es presentado por separado. La indicación Supl. en las listas permite consultar individualmente los añadidos y correcciones de este nuevo suplemento. Un sistema de menús facilita el desplazamiento rápido entre unas y otras listas y también dentro de ellas.

En las listas I-III todas las referencias bibliográficas abreviadas son enlaces que permiten acceder cómodamente al lugar de la lista IV donde la abreviatura en cuestión es resuelta. Inversamente, en la lista IV todas las abreviaturas de autores y obras, de papiros y óstraca y de inscripciones también son enlaces que permiten acceder a la entrada correspondiente de las listas I-III. Además, en todas las listas las referencias cruzadas entre dos entradas son enlaces que también facilitan una consulta rápida y eficaz.

El trabajo de preparación y revisión de este original informático ha corrido a cargo de Juan Rodríguez Somolinos, con la colaboración de Eugenio Luján Martínez.


Open Access Journal: Bulletin de l'Association Guillaum Budé

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Bulletin de l'Association Guillaum Budé
ISSN: 0004-5527
Placée sous le patronage du célèbre humaniste qui fut le premier grand traducteur de textes grecs, l'Association Guillaume Budé a été fondée en 1917 par d’illustres philologues français (Maurice Croiset, Paul Mazon, Louis Bodin, Alfred Ernout). Elle se présente aujourd’hui à la fois comme une association culturelle reconnue d’intérêt public et une société savante. L’Association a pour vocation première la publication d'auteurs grecs et latins afin non seulement de produire des éditions critiques françaises de qualité, mais aussi de diffuser dans un large public la culture gréco-latine, en un mot de faire sortir la connaissance de la littérature antique du cercle des érudits. En 1923, elle crée le Bulletin de l'Association Guillaume Budé, qui publie des articles de vulgarisation scientifique de haut niveau et devient rapidement une revue de référence. 

Open Access Archaeological Reports: Tel Kabri

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 [First posted in AWOL 10 August 2009. Updated 3 September 2013]

Preliminaryreports on the results of excavations at Tel Kabri in Israel have been published on line immediately following the end of each field season since 2005:

In addition, during the field season, immediate reports on the progress of excavations are presented at the Dig Kabri blog (2009), Dig Kabri 2011, and Dig Tel Kabri 2013

The news feeds from this and other excavation blogs are aggregated at Taygete Atlantis: Excavation Blogs, one of the components of Atlantides: Feed Aggregators for Ancient Studies.

Epigraphischen Datenbank Heidelberg - Epigraphic Database Heidelberg (EDH)

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Epigraphischen Datenbank Heidelberg - Epigraphic Database Heidelberg (EDH)
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Die Aufgabe der Epigraphischen Datenbank Heidelberg (EDH) besteht in der systematischen Aufnahme der antiken lateinischen und bilinguen (dabei zumeist lateinisch-griechischen) Inschriften in einer komplexen Datenbank. Aufgrund ihrer interdisziplinär angelegen Konzeption und Arbeitsweise zählt sie zu den international führenden Datenbankvorhaben zur raschen Sammlung und zuverlässigen historischen Auswertung epigraphischer Zeugnisse. Die besonderen Merkmale der EDH liegen auf der regionalen Systematik, der beliebigen Kombinierbarkeit der gespeicherten Metainformationen und der wechselseitigen Verknüpfung der Epigraphischen Text-Datenbank  mit den beiden weiteren Teildatenbanken der EDH, der Epigraphischen Bibliographie und der Epigraphischen Fotothek.

Ihr Ziel liegt darin, die epigraphische Dokumentation der Provinzen des römischen Reiches bis zum Jahr 2020 (vorgesehenem Laufzeitende) so vollständig und zuverlässig wie möglich für online-Recherchen zur Verfügung zu stellen. Auf Beschluß der Commissione epigrafia e informatica der AIEGL aus dem Jahr 2003 für die Errichtung der internationalen epigraphischen Datenbankföderation EAGLE(Electronic Archives of Greek and Latin Epigraphy) obliegt der EDH seitdem die Betreuung der Inschriften der römischen Provinzen, während die bis dahin über die EDH bereits erfaßten Inschriften Italiensder Epigraphic Database Rome (EDR)zur weiteren Bearbeitung und Vervollständigung des Datenbestandes durch letztere überlassen worden sind. Zweck der EAGLE-Föderation ist es, möglichst alle lateinischen und griechischen Inschriften der Antike nach einheitlichen Kritierien im Internet zugänglich zu machen. Die Gründung von EDRerfolgte zu diesem Zweck in enger Kooperation mit der EDH und nach deren Modell.

The task of the Epigraphic Database Heidelberg (EDH) is the systematic entry of ancient Latin and bilingual (usually Latin and Greek) inscriptions into a complex database. As a result of its interdisciplinary approach, conception and method of work EDH is to be counted among the leading international database projects which collects and provides reliable historical analysis of epigraphic monuments. A distinguishing feature of EDH is its regional focus, its capability of combining the stored metadata as freely as possible and the reciprocal linking of the Epigraphic Text Database with both of the constituent databases of EDH, the Bibliographic Database and the Photographic Database.

Its aim is to render the epigraphic documentation of the provinces of the Roman Empire as completely and reliably as possible for online research work. Under the leadership of the Commissione epigrafia e informatica of the AIEGL a decision was made in 2003 to create an international epigraphic database confederation EAGLE(Electronic Archives of Greek and Latin Epigraphy). Since then EDH is responsible for the inscriptions of the Roman provinces. The inscriptions of Italy which had already been entered into EDH were passed on to the Epigraphic Database Rome (EDR). It is now the domain of EDR to improve these records as well as adding to their number in order to complete the entry of all inscriptions of Italy. The long term aim of this confederation is to make all Latin and Greek inscriptions from Antiquity available on the Internet in a standardised system of criteria. It was with this in mind that EDR was founded on the model of and in cooperation with EDH.
The Epigraphic Database Heidelberg contains the texts of Latin and bilingual (i.e. Latin-Greek) inscriptions of the Roman Empire. The epigraphic monuments are collected and kept up to date on the basis of modern research. With the help of seach functions specific queries can be carried out - e.g. a search for words in inscriptions and / or particular descriptive data. The seach results are often displayed together with photos and drawings.
The geographic focus is provided by the provinces of the Roman Empire. The total number of records rises continuously.
The Research Project is made up of three constituent databases
A fourth constituent database for the collection of geographic coordinates is at present under construction.

Samian Research

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Samian Research
The Website comprises a suite of databases concerned with samian ware. Their aim is to standardize the recording and publishing of samian ware in such a way that the data is available both for comaparative identification, and more significantly for scientific analysis using statistical and mapping tools. All have their individual search masks appropriate to the questions likely to require resolution. The databases comprise the following:
- Names on samian ware
- Ovolo Vessels
- Name marked pots

These databases have been developed historically as 'stand alone' applications. At some future date it would be desirable to achieve a complete cross-index, but this is beyond the current capacit y of the contributors.

Names on samian ware

As a result of a co-operation agreement between the Universities of Reading and Leeds together with the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz, the life-löng study madeby Brian Hartley and Brenda Dickinson of the stamps and signatures on samian ware will also become available on the database. This is published as a series of books (Institute of Classical Sudies, London, from 2008 onwards), and replaces the Index of Potters' Stamps (Oswald, 1931).

Ovolo vessels

This database is presently devoted to South Gaulish decorated samian ware which has an ovolo. The illustrations of decorated ware have been taken from scanned rubbings where possible, to ensure accuracy and a fair representation of the condition of the vessel concerned. The principles employed can be extended to other production centres when specialists are available to enter the necessary data.

Name-marked vessels

These vessels carry either potters' stamps or signatures. Data capture started with the name-marked decorated products of the South Gaulish samian industry of the first century AD., and has mainly come from the international Pegasus research group led by Geoffrey Dannell, and the work of Allard Mees (Mees 1995). Additional materials came from the records of Marinus Polak (Radboud University Nijmegen), Peter Webster (Cardiff University) and Alain Vernhet (CNRS Millau - F). The Lezoux archive of Brian Hartley was added with the outstanding help of Robert Hopkins. Products from Rheinzabern are currently being added, and it is hoped that the database can be extended over time to include all of the other main production centres of Gaul and Germany.

Restricted Access

Some parts of this database have restricted access. In order to protect the commercial interests of the book publishers, data output of the Guest accounts may be limited by omitting fields like images, dating and literature or are incomplete concerning the number of output records.

Credits

Without the help from Wendy and Robert Hopkins, Katja Hölzl and many others, these digitised versions of hitherto scattered archives would not have been processed so rapidly.


Open Access Publications: Centre for Black Sea Studies

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 [First posted 7/13/09, updated 4 October 2013]

The Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies

Paper publications

The Centre publishes four series: two conference and monograph series, one international (Black Sea Studies [BSS]) and one Danish series (Sortehavsstudier [SHS]) and two topographical series in English, Panskoe Iand Olbia NGS. In BSS the results of the international conferences as well as the results of the individual research projects are disseminated, and in SHS the results of the yearly seminar held in Danish and aimed at a broader audience are published. In the two monograph series the results of the two collaborative projects Panskoe I (RA 3A) and Olbia NGS (RA 3B) are published.

Netpublications

All the Centre’s products are published on the homepage. This includes any product from conference abstracts, over manuscripts for oral papers to pdf files of the Centre’s printed publications.
Index of authors in Black Sea Studies and Sortehavsstudier
The Centre for Black Sea Studies currently publishes three seriesBlack Sea Studies
Conference proceedings and monographs in English
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Panskoye I
Results from the excavation of Panskoye I on western Crimea
Panskoye I. Vol. 1, The Monumental Building U6
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Articles by the Black Sea Centre

Other Resources:
  • Gazetteer of Sites in the Black Sea Region. The Centre aims to construct a gazetteer with information on all relevant ancient sites in the Black Sea region, which may serve as a common source to all researchers in the zone. The Centre continuously adds information to the data base. The main focus lies on references in literary sources, coinage, site photos, bibliographies, and to some extent GPS-pos
  • Coin Database. The Centre has, in collaboration with The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals in Copenhagen, created an electronic inventory of all the coins from the Black Sea area in Danish collections with high quality images which can be searched through the internet.
  • In 2005 Niels Chr. Nielsen from University of Southern Denmark created a digital terrain model of the entire Black Sea area based on data made available by the American National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. The cell size in the model is 50 m. On the basis of this, contours with equidistance of 25 meters have been extracted

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New Open Access Journal: Techne

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Techne
ISSN: 2182-9985
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A Techne é uma revista de carácter monográfico, subordinada a um tema geral definido para cada volume. São aceites trabalhos enquadrados nos formatos paper, short paper, ensaio, notas, resumos de tese ou recensões de obras publicadas. 
 v. 1, n. 1 (2013): Perspectivas Arqueológicas: antropologia, história e arqueociências

Sumário

Prefácio PDF
Ana Cruz
Editorial PDF
Nelson Almeida, Ivo Oosterbeek

Artigos

A exploração das matérias-primas durante o Paleolítico no Sudoeste Peninsular PDF
Telmo Pereira
Exorcizando demônios: algumas palavras do que não foi dito pelos historiadores da arqueologia Guarani PDF
André Soares
Do mundo digital às humanidades digitais PDF
Danny Rangel
Construcciones en tierra y estructura social en el Sur del Brasil y Este de Uruguay (Ca. 4.000 a 300 a. A.P.) PDF
Leonel Cabrera Pérez
Variação não-métrica craniana na região do lambda: os casos identificados nos indivíduos inumados na Gruta dos Ossos (Alto Ribatejo, Portugal) PDF
Tiago Tomé
Abordagem Teórica Sobre o Estudo de Sítios Líticos no Interior do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil PDFRecursos Suplementares
Fábio Grossi dos Santos
Depósitos Sedimentares e variações Paleoambientais no Pleistocénico Final e Holocénico do Alto Ribatejo (Portugal). PDF
Hugo Gomes, Cristiana Ferreira, Pierluigi Rosina
O sítio da Idade do Bronze de Via Neruda em Sesto Fiorentino (Florença, Itália): exploração dos recursos arbóreos. PDF
Ginevra Coradeschi
Das faunas às populações – Reflexos islâmicos do Castelo de Paderne PDF
Vera Pereira

Recensões

Uma História da Arqueologia Portuguesa. Das origens à descoberta da Arte do Côa. PDF
Nelson Almeida
Identidades e diversidade cultural – Artigos/Práxis. Coletânea PDF
Síria Borges
Cerâmica Guarani: Manual de Experimentação Arqueológica PDF
André Soares