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Open Access Monograph Series: ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE

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[First posted in AWOL 23 April 2012, updated 13 January 2020]

ANCIENT NEAR EAST MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAFIAS SOBRE EL ANTIGUO CERCANO ORIENTE
The focus of this ambitious series is on the ancient Near East, including ancient Israel and its literature, from the early Neolithic to the early Hellenistic eras. Studies that are heavily philological or archaeological are both suited to this series, and can take full advantage of the hypertext capabilities of “born digital” publication. Multiple author and edited volumes as well as monographs are accepted. Proposals and manuscripts may be submitted in either English or Spanish. Manuscripts are peer reviewed by at least two scholars in the area before acceptance. Published volumes will be held to the high scholarly standards of the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente. The partnership between the SBL and the Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente was initiated under the auspices of SBL’s International Cooperation Initiative (ICI) and represents the type of international scholarly exchange that is the goal of ICI.
Published Volumes:
Sounding Sensory Profiles in the Ancient Near East
Edited by Annette Schellenberg and Thomas Krüger ANEM 25, 2019
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A House of Weeping: The Motif of Tears in Akkadian and Hebrew Prayers
By David A. Bosworth, ANEM 24, 2019
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Archaeology and History of Eighth-Century Judah
Edited by Zev I. Farber and Jacob L. Wright, ANEM 23, 2018
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Invention of the First-Century Synagogue
By Lidia D. Matassa, edited by Jason M. Silverman, and J. Murray Watson, ANEM 22, 2018
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Perchance to Dream: Dream Divination in the Bible and the Ancient Near East
Edited by Esther J. Hamori and Jonathan Stökl, ANEM 21, 2018
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Infancia y legalidad en el Próximo Oriente antiguo durante el Bronce Reciente (ca. 1500–1100 a. C.)
Daniel Justel, ANEM 20, 2018
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Reflections of Empire in Isaiah 1–39: Responses to Assyrian Ideology
By Shawn Zelig Aster, ANEM 19, 2017
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Household and Family Religion in Persian-Period Judah: An Archaeological Approach
By José E. Balcells Gallarreta, ANEM 18, 2017
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Exploring Zechariah, Volume 2: The Development and Role of Biblical Traditions in Zechariah
By Mark J. Boda, ANEM 17, 2017
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Exploring Zechariah, Volume 1: The Development of Zechariah and Its Role within the Twelve
By Mark J. Boda, ANEM 16, 2017
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Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations
By Lydia Lee, ANEM 15, 2016
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Priests and Cults in the Book of the Twelve
Edited by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, ANEM 14, 2016
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Political Memory in and after the Persian Empire
edited by Jason M. Silverman and Caroline Waerzeggers, ANEM 13, 2015
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Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible: Methodological Perspectives on Philological and Comparative Study of the Hebrew Bible in Honor of Jo Ann Hackett
edited by Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron D. Rubin, ANEM 12, 2015
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Disembodied Souls: The Nefesh in Israel and Kindred Spirits in the Ancient Near East, with an Appendix on the Katumuwa Inscription
by Richard C. Steiner, ANEM 11, 2015
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The Book of the Twelve and the New Form Criticism
edited by Mark J. Boda, Michael H. Floyd, and Colin M. Toffelmire, ANEM 10, 2015
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Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew: Steps Toward an Integrated Approach  
by Robert Rezetko and Ian Young, ANEM 9, 2014
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Israel and the Assyrians: Deuteronomy, the Succession Treaty of Esarhaddon, and the Nature of Subversion  
by C. L. Crouch, ANEM 8, 2014
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Divination, Politics, and Ancient Near Eastern Empires
edited by Alan Lenzi and Jonathan Stökl, ANEM 7, 2014
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Deuteronomy-Kings as Emerging Authoritative Books: A Conversation  
edited by Diana V. Edelman, ANEM 6, 2014
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The Forgotten Kingdom: The Archaeology and History of Northern Israel 
by Israel Finkelstein, ANEM 5, 2013
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Constructs of Prophecy in the Former and Latter Prophets and Other Texts 
edited by Lester L. Grabbe and Martti Nissinen, ANEM 4, 2011
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Reading Akkadian Prayers and Hymns: An Introduction 
Alan Lenzi, ANEM 3, 2011
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El Intercambio de Bienes entre Egipto y Asia Anterior: Desde el reinado de Tuthmosis III hasta el de Akhenaton 
Graciela Gestoso Singer, ANEM 2, 2008
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Centro y periferia en el mundo antiguo: El Negev y sus interacciones con Egipto, Asiria, y el Levante en la Edad del Hierro (1200-586 a.C.)
Juan Manuel Tebes, ANEM 1, 2008
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Open Access Journal: EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics

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[First posted in AWOL 6 December 2017, updated 13 January 2020]

EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics
ISSN: 2281-3209
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EPEKEINAis a new biannual peer-reviewed journal published by CRF - Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Filosofica, a non-profit cultural association and independent research center founded in Palermo (Italy) in association with the local University. It covers a wide range of research on Ontology including Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Political Philosophy, and other relevant areas of philosophical research. It seeks to provide an international platform for scholars worldwide to exchange their most recent philosophical research. The Journal is commited to making its contents free and open to the public with the intent of supporting the global exchange of knowledge.

Vol 9, No 1 (2018)

Ontology and History of Philosophy

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Debora Cardinale

Table of Contents

History of the Platonic-Aristotelian Tradition

Aristotle on the De anima and the Study of Life PDF
Andrea Falcon

Hermeneutical and Phenomenological Ontology

Metafisica, Filosofia e Weltanschauung nel carteggio tra Husserl e Dilthey PDF
Massimo Serra

Ontology of Arts and Aesthetics

Davanti alla Legge PDF
Anna Elivia Cardella
Richard Shusterman e l’estetica contemporanea PDF
Giovanni Luigi Venezia

Miscellanea

L'inclusione dell'altro. Profilo di Giuseppe Nicolaci PDF
Rosaria Caldarone

Book Reviews

La morte si fa social PDF
Giuseppe Pagano
Un altro Parmenide PDF
Francesco Paolo Mineo
Aristotele. La Vita PDF
Marco Antonio Pignatone

Archives

2018

Vol 9, No 1 (2018): Ontology and History of Philosophy

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Debora Cardinale

2017


2016

Vol 7, No 1-2 (2016): Costruire il consenso

A cura di Andrea Le Moli e Francesco La Mantia

2015

Vol 6, No 2 (2015): The Ontology of Matter

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Giorgio Armato

Vol 5, No 1 (2015): Ontology in Dialogue

Edited by A. Le Moli, F. Mazzocchio, G. Schimmenti

2014

Vol 4, No 1-2 (2014): Evil, Progress, and Fall: Moral Readings of Time and Cultural Development in Roman Literature and Philosophy

Edited by Rosa Rita Marchese and Fabio Tutrone

Cover Image: a Roman mosaic from Trier showing a savant (probably Anaximander) with a sundial.
Courtesy of the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier.
http://www.landesmuseum-trier.de

2013

Vol 3, No 2 (2013): Jean-Luc Nancy. L'iperbole del finito

A cura di Rosaria Caldarone, Patrizia Cecala, Giovanni Tusa

Vol 2, No 1 (2013): Ontology Revisited

Edited by Andrea Le Moli, Marco Carapezza, Pietro Giuffrida

2012

Vol 1, No 1-2 (2012): Towards a multidisciplinary foundation of Ontology

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Pietro Giuffrida

Excavations at Thebes: The Earl of Carnarvon and the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Carnarvon 62 and Surrounds

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First posted on AWOL 20 November 2019. Corrected PC version on the OI site, together with its working Mac version updated 13 January 2010]

Excavations at Thebes: The Earl of Carnarvon and the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Carnarvon 62 and Surrounds
Christine Lilyquist, et al.
This interactive digital application is a final report for excavations undertaken by the Earl of Carnarvon and The Metropolitan Museum of Art at Thebes, 1911–1916. Excavating below Ptolemaic, Late Period, Ramesside, and Hatshepsut’s valley temple remains  revealed a large Middle Kingdom court tomb, the focus of this report. According to finds and conditions, the tomb, Carnarvon 62, was cut ca. 2000 B.C. and used into Dynasty 13. Following a period of abandonment, it was then heavily reused from the late Second Intermediate Period into the joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III, whereupon the site was sealed, ca 1470 B.C. Much of the material from the period of reuse was intact, and is of interest to scholars working in the Dynasty 17-early Dynasty 18 period, a formative period at Thebes. Both early and late architecture and finds introduce new philological and archaeological information. Specialists contribute essays and catalogues in their areas of expertise.
The digital format was chosen in order to provide modern descriptions, analyses, and images with archives for consultation. This format allows searchability, numerous photographs and plans, zoom capability, and the possibility of tying together material from two different concessions. Navigation of the app needs focus, however (note “Contents & Navigation Instructions”); it was built as a series of interrelated databases over many years and there is little HTML. However major texts and charts appear as PDFs for printing; there are numerous Harry Burton photographs and a great deal of other archival material; and there is also information about early exploration in Egypt. Content will not be updated; further formats are uncertain.
Please read the INSTRUCTIONS prior to downloading to ensure proper functioning of the application files. The .zip files available for download are approximately 3gb in size and will take several minutes for download to complete.

Open Access Journal: Backdirt: Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA

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[First posted in AWOL 14 December 2010, updated 13 January 2020]

Backdirt: Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA
ISSN: 2325-4904
Backdirt: Annual Review, which began as a newsletter in 1973, is the magazine of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology that highlights the recent news, research and activities of the Institute. The CIoA Press publishes the annual magazine each spring.
Our current and older issues can be downloaded from the links below.

Backdirt 2018

  • Read about celebrations and Lloyd Cotsen's legacy
  • Moche Festivals
  • Block-Printed Textiles Production in India
  • Cotsen student and alumni adventures outside of the Institute
  • And much more! download the PDF here

Backdirt 2017

  • Read about The Dragon Stones of Armenia
  • Museology and Egyptian Material Culture
  • Day in the Life of a Rural Indian Cowherd
  • Community Archaeology, Volunteerism and Collaboration
  • And much more! download the PDF here

Backdirt 2016

  • Read about the work conducted in the CIoA Labs
  • Cave Temples of Dunhuang
  • Egyptian Coffin Reuse
  • Using Stable Isotopes to Explore Ancient Wildebeest Biogeographies
  • And much more! download the PDF here

Backdirt 2015

  • Institute achievements in 2015
  • Extracting insights from the Southwest through computer modelings and large datasets
  • Reports from the field discuss coffin reuse in Egypt, community involvement in the Philippines and a mysterious line of holes in Peru
  • And much more! download the PDF here

Backdirt 2014

  • The Tin Problem Reconsidered: Recent Archaeometallurgical Research on the Anatolian Plateau
  • Exploring Ancient Pastoral Mobility through Stable Isotope Analysis: A Case Study from Kenya
  • And much more! download the PDF here
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  • Read about the work conducted in the CIoA Labs
  • Life of the Egyptian Coffin
  • Cave Temples of Dunhuang
  • The Achievements of Jane E. Buikstra
  • Using Stable Isotopes to Explore Ancient Wildebeest Biogeographies
  • And much more! download PDF

Backdirt 2015

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  • Institute achievements in 2015
  • Extracting insights from the Southwest through computer modelings and large datasets
  • Reports from the field discuss coffin reuse in Egypt, community involvement in the Philippines and a mysterious line of holes in Peru
  • Marija Gimbutas: Old Europe, Goddesses and Gods, and the Transformation of Culture
  • The Field School Revolution
  • And much more! download PDF

Backdirt 2014

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  • Recent awards and honors
  • The Tin Problem Reconsidered: Recent Archaeometallurgical Research on the Anatolian Plateau
  • Exploring Ancient Pastoral Mobility through Stable Isotope Analysis: A Case Study from Kenya
  • Prehistoric Urban Archaeology in the Americas: A View from Cusco, Peru
  • Researcher's Notebook
  • And much more! download PDF

Backdirt 2013

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  • Reminiscences of directors
  • 40th Anniversary Exclusive
  • From Clay to Milk in Mediterranean Prehistory: Tracking a Special Vessel
  • Looting: Another Phase in the Social History of a Pre-Hispanic Cemetery in Southern Peru
  • Reports from the field
  • And much more! download PDF

Backdirt 2012

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  • Ancient Maya Calendrics, Cosmology, and Creation
  • Coffin Reuse in the Twenty-First Dynasty
  • Surveying Landscapes
  • Conflict and Cooperation in the Northern Titicaca Basin
  • Little Lake Rock Art
  • And much more!Additional Backdirts are available on Scribd and Academia.edu. For questions regarding subscriptions and submissions, e-mail the CIoA Press at ioapubs@ucla.edu.





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Open Access Journal: Philomathes: A Journal of Undergraduate Research in Classics

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Philomathes: A Journal of Undergraduate Research in Classics
ISSN: 2573-4288
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Austin Peay State University is pleased to announce a refereed, on-line journal for undergraduate research in Classical Studies. Philomathes will publish the exceptional original research of undergraduate students who complete their research and writing before graduation.  Ideally, papers for submission will have been read by at least one faculty member from the student’s institution before they are submitted.

Open Access Journal: Archäologische Informationen

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 [14 October 2013: Archäologische Informationen initiates Early View. Updated 13 January 2020]

Archäologische Informationen
ISSN-Print: 0341-2873
ISSN-Internet: 2197-7429
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Archäologische Informationen (Arch. Inf.) is the scientific journal of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte e. V. (DGUF).
Archäologische Informationen focuses on:

  • new research in the field of European prehistory, early history and mediaeval archaeology, in particular syntheses, more general historical evaluations and research reviews,
  • the frank debate of topical archaeological controversies in the “Forum”,
  • interdisciplinary topics, particularly those at the interface to the natural sciences pertinent to archaeology,
  • the further development of methods and theories pertinent to archaeology,
  • the further development of archaeological ethics and policy issues of the discipline, including academic study and training,
  • improving the protection of cultural heritage and the cultural landscape, and involving interested citizens and volunteers in archaeology.

The journal publishes in German and English. The print run is 1,000 copies. Archäologische Informationen is additionally published in open access with the aid of the University Library Heidelberg. Supplemental material and open data can be incorporated into the online edition.

Further information (in German) for readers and authors about the Archäologische Informationen journal.
The older volumes are being successively retro-digitised, they are available here in the online archive. All articles can be read without the need for an additional registration. Registration (bottom right) provides specific users, e.g. administrators, with access to functions which are not required to read the articles

2019
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 42 (2019)
Sharing Heritage –
Teilhabe als Bürger- und Menschenrecht
Beruf Archäologie
The Self-Organization of Archaeologists in Europe
Jenseits von Palmyra – Kulturgüterschutz in der Lehre

DGUF-Nachrichten / Editorial

Inhalt

Rezensionen

2018
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 41 (2018)
„Ein Berufsverband für die Archäologie?“ DGUF-Tagung Mainz 2017
Flintensteine
Archäologie & Macht:
Spätlatènezeit in Süddeutschland
Archäologie braucht Ethik! 
2017
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 40 (2017)
Archäologie & Macht
Flintensteine
Jenseits von Palmyra:
Kulturgüterschutz in der Lehre

2016
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 39 (2016)
Analysen einer
Machtverschiebung
Forschungen zur Fachgeschichte
Reenactment &
Geschlechterforschung
Schatzregal
2015
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 38 (2015)
Open Access und Open Data
Sammlungsstrategien auf dem
Prüfstand
Denkmalschutz in NRW
Schatzregal
2014
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 37 (2014)
Paläogenetik & Archäologie 
2013
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 36 (2013)
Social Media and Archaeological Communication.
Open Access & Early View
2012
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 35 (2012)
Frauen in geo-archäologischer Forschung / Archäologie, Schule und Museum im Spannungsfeld kultureller Bildung
2011
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 34 (2011)
Archäologie der Religionen
2010
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 33 Nr. 1 (2010)
Archäologie und Politik
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 33 Nr. 2 (2010)
Register 1999-2010
2009
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 32 Nr. 1&2 (2009)
Felsgesteingeräte
2008
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 31 Nr. 1&2 (2008)
Handel
2007
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 30 Nr. 1 (2007)
Lasst Knochen sprechen - Archäo-Anthropologie heute
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 30 Nr. 2 (2007)
Archäologie als Beruf
2006
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 29 Nr. 1&2 (2006)
Echt falsch - Die rekonstruierte Vergangenheit
2005
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 28 Nr. 1&2 (2005)
Ernährung
2004
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 27 Nr. 1 (2004)
Stille Revolution
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 27 Nr. 2 (2004)
Daten und Raum
2003
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 26 Nr. 1 (2003)
Netzwerk Archäologie
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 26 Nr. 2 (2003)
Neolithisierung
2002
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 25 Nr. 1&2 (2002)
Dss aktuelle Thema: Archäologen gründen Vereine - Geschichten, Identitäten und Funktionen
2001
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 24 Nr. 1 (2001)
"Oben und Unten". Irrtümer der Oberflächenarchäologie
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 24 Nr. 2 (2001)
Gräber. Spiegel des Lebens, Fenster zum Jenseits
2000
Archäologische Informationen
Bd. 23 Nr. 1 (2000)
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Open Access Journal: Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan

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Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan
ISSN: 0449-1564 
An annual magazine issued by the General Antiquities Department since 1951, latest edition No.55 for 2011. The magazine is published in both Arabic and English and it mainly documents findings of archeological activities and excavations in Jordan and the neighboring countries. The issue is sold for JD20.

Notes for Contributors
The Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan is devoted primarily to studies of the cultural heritage of Jordan and the neighboring regions, including the reports and results of archaeological fieldwork. The deadline for submission of contributions is 31 May for publication in the volume of the same year.
Contributions should be sent to: Editor, ADAJ, Department of Antiquities of Jordan, PO. Box 88, Amman - Jordan; and if sent by courier Tel: 4644336. Queries may be addressed to the editor by Fax: +962-6-4615848, or e-mail: publication.doa@nic.net.jo.
 

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Zamani Project

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Zamani Project
By creating metrically accurate digital representations of historical sites, the Zamani Project seeks to increase awareness and knowledge of tangible cultural heritage in Africa and internationally. Digital spatial data of cultural heritage sites can be used for research and education, for restoration and conservation and as a record for future generations.

The Zamani Project operates as a non-profit organisation within the University of Cape Town.





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COUNTRY SITE & STRUCTURE TYPE DATE OF FIELDWORK
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Algeria Djemila: Baptistry Roman Baptistry Sep. 2014
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Algeria Djemila: Caracalla Arch Triumphal arch Sep. 2014
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Algeria Djemila: Market Market Sep. 2014
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Algeria Djemila: Temple of Gens Septimia Temple Sep. 2014
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Algeria Djemila: Theater Theatre Aug. 2013
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Algeria Lemzyen: Berber village Berber village houses Aug. 2013
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Cameroon DGB 1 Drystone structure Jan. 2011
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Cameroon DGB 2 Drystone structure Jan. 2011
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Egypt Valley of the Queens 3D Landscape and tomb entrances Sep. 2007
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Adams Tomb Symbolic Tomb Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Abba Libanos Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Danaghel Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Debre Sina Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Emanuel Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Gabriel Rufael Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Giorgis Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2005, Oct. 2006
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Hariett Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Lehem Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Mariam Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2005, Oct. 2006
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Masqual Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Medhane Alem Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Lalibela: Bet Mercurios Rock-Hewn Church Oct. 2006, Mai 2008, Jan. 2009
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Ethiopia Yemrehanna Kristos Cave Church March 2013
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Ethiopia Axum: Stelae field Stelae Oct. 2006
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Ethiopia Gondar:Fasilides Castle Castle Sep. 2018
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Ethiopia Gondar: Palace of Iyasu I Palace Sep. 2018
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Ethiopia Gondar: Fasilides Archive Archive Building Sep. 2018
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Ghana Axim: Fort St Anthony Fort August 2013
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Ghana Besease Ashanti Shrine Ashanti Shrine Jan. 2006
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Ghana Cape Coast: Cape Coast Castle Castle Jan. 2015
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Ghana Elmina: Elmina Castle Castle Jan. 2006, August 2013
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Ghana Elmina: Fort St Jago Fort August 2013
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Ghana Shama: Fort St Sebastian Fort August 2013
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Jordan Amman: Ammonite Tower (recorded only) Tower March 2011
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Jordan Petra: Siq Canyon / Landscape March 2011
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Jordan Petra: Monastery Monastery March 2011, Sep. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Theater Theatre Dec. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Byzantine church Church Sep. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Colonade and Nympheum Colonade & Fountain Dec. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Djinn Blocks Block Tombs Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: FacadeTombs Tombs Dec. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Great Temple Temple Sep. 2012,Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Obelisk tomb (Nefesh) Tomb Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Qasr al Bint Temple Nov. 2013, Jun 2014
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Jordan
Petra: Royal Tombs (Silk Tomb, Corinthian Tomb, Palace Tomb)
Tombs March 2013, Nov 2013
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Jordan Petra: Urn Tomb Tomb Sep. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Temenos Gate Gate Sep. 2012, Nov 2013
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Jordan Petra: Tomb 825 and surrounding Tomb Sep. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Treasury - Al Khazneh Temple Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Turkmaniyeh Tomb plus neighbouring tomb Tombs Nov. 2013, June 2014
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Jordan Petra: Wadi Musa valley landscape Sep. 2012,
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Jordan Petra: Winged Lion Temple Temple Sep. 2012
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Jordan Petra: Garden Tomb Tomb Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Renaissance Tomb Tomb Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Soldier's Tomb Tomb Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Triclinium (opposite Solder's Tomb) Tomb Nov. 2013
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Jordan Petra: Wadi Farasa Valley Landscape Nov. 2013
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Jordan
Praefurnium (Scanned by Jordanian Antiquities Department)
Thermae Heating room (modelled by Zamani) no Zamani field work
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Kenya Gede: Palace Palace Jan. 2010
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Kenya Gede: Great Mosque Mosque Jan. 2010
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Kenya Gede: Small Mosque Mosque Jan. 2010
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Kenya Gede: Whole Town Area Remains of Swahili town Jan. 2010
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Kenya Lamu: Fort Fort March 2013
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Kenya Lamu: Street scene Swahili house facades March 2013
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Kenya Lamu: Swahili House Museum Swahili House March 2013
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Kenya Namuratunga Stelae field Nov. 2010
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Kenya Marakwet Traditional dwellings Nov. 2010
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Kenya Shela: Mosque Mosque March 2013
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Mali Djenné: Great Mosque of Djenné Mosque April, 2005
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Mali Timbuktu: Djinguereber Mosque Mosque April, 2005
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Mozambique Mozambique Island Fortress, Fort São Sebastião Fortress june 2009, Nov. 2009
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Mozambique Mozambique Island: Chapel Chapel june 2009, Nov. 2009
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Myanmar Bagan:Sulamani (748) Temple Mar-17
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Myanmar Bagan: Kyauk-ku-umin (154) Temple Sep. 2017
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Myanmar Bagan: Tha-peik-hmauk-gu-hpaya (744) Temple Sep. 2017
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Myanmar Bagan: Naga-yon-hpaya (1192) Temple Sep. 2017
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Myanmar Bagan: Than-daw-kya (1592) Image House Sep. 2017
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Myanmar Bagan: Kyauk-ku-umin (298) Temple April. 2018
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Myanmar Bagan: Moument 1053 Temple April. 2018
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Myanmar Bagan: Moument 1085 Temple April. 2018
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Myanmar Bagan: Moument 1086 Stupa April. 2018,
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Myanmar Bagan: Moument 1467 Temple April. 2018
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Myanmar old Bagan City Gate Temple April. 2018
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Myanmar Ananda Monastry Monastery Nov. 2017
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Senegal Isle de Goree: House of Slaves Historical Building Oct. 2016
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Senegal Isle de Goree: Villa Victoria Albis Villa Oct. 2016
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Senegal Isle de Goree:Fort d'Estree Fort Oct. 2016
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: Entrance Monument March 2019
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: Image House 1 Image House March 2019
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: Image House 2 Image House March 2019
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: Stupa Stupa March 2019
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: The Cave Cave March 2019
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Sri Lanka Medirigiriya: Vatadage Shrine March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Gal Vihara Rock Temple March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Kiri Vehera Stupa March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Lankatilaka Vihara Temple March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Atadage Monument March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Bodhisattva Shrine Shrine March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Bodhi Tree Shrine Shrine March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Chapter House and Gal Pota Chapter House March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Hatadage Shrine March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Latha-Mandapaya Pillared Structure March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Recumbent-house Image House March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Satmahal Prasada Stupa March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Thuparama Gedige Temple March 2019
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Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa: Quadrangle, Vatadage Shrine March 2019
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South Africa Cederberg: Andriesgrond Rock Shelter March 2013
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South Africa Oudtshoorn: Cango Caves One chamber of cave Nov. 2013
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South Africa Cape Town: City Hall City Hall 2017-2018
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South Africa Cape Town: Castle of Good Hope Castle 2011
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South Africa Cape Town: Cenotaph War Memorial Sep. 2009
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South Africa Cape Town: Granary Granary (Facade only) Nov. 2009
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South Africa Clanwilliam: Clanwilliam dam CDE 1 Rock Shelter Sep. 2015
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South Africa Clanwilliam: Clanwilliam dam CDE 2 Rock Shelter Sep. 2015
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South Africa Clanwilliam: Clanwilliam dam CDW 10 Rock Shelter Sep. 2015
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South Africa Cederberg: Diepkloof Rock Shelter June 2009, Nov. 2009, Nov. 2010, March 2013
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South Africa Drakensberg: Giants Castle Rock Shelter March 2013
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South Africa Drimolen (non cultural site) Paleontological Site March 2013
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South Africa Elandsbaai: Elandsbaai Cave Rock Shelter Dec. 2008, July 2011, March 2013
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South Africa Drakensberg: Game Pass Shelter Rock Shelter May 2010
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South Africa Cederberg: Groot Hex Rivier Rock Shelter Nov. 2015
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South Africa Mapumgubwe: Kaoxa Rock Shelter August 2008
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South Africa Cederberg: Keurbos Rock Shelter July 2006, March 2013, August 2016
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South Africa Klasies river caves Rock Shelter May 2014
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South Africa Cederberg: Kriedouwkrans Rock Shelter march 2006, August 2007, March 2013
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South Africa Langebaan: Fossil park (non cultural site) Fossil field July 2010, Nov. 2011, March 2013
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South Africa Cederberg: Maidenspool Rock Shelter march 2006, August 2007, March 2013
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South Africa Mapumgubwe: Mapungubwe Hill Hill August 2008
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South Africa Table bay: Hand Tools Submerged Hand Tools March 2013
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South Africa Cape Town: Robben Island Prison buildings Planed for 2020
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South Africa Robberg: Robberg Cave Rock Shelter Jan. 2012
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South Africa Saldana: Hoedjiespunt - Coastal midden coastal midden March 2010
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South Africa Southerland (Kruis Rivier): Cemetery Farm Cemetery July 2019
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South Africa Union Building - Seat of SA government (partially documented) Building Sep. 2009
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South Africa Cederberg: Veg en Vlug Rock Shelter June 2006, August 2007
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South Africa Kuruman: Wonderwerk Cave Cave Nov. 2005, Jan 2010, July 2019
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Sudan Meroe: Pyramids north cemetery (22 Pyramids) Pyramids March 2015
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Sudan Meroe: Pyramids south cemetery (10 Pyramids) Pyramids March 2015
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Temple 100 Temple Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Temple 200 Temple Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Temple 300 Temple Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Temple 400 Temple Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Temple 500 Temple Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Elephant Elephant statue Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra Landscape Feb. 2009, Feb. 2018
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Sudan Apedemak temple (Lion Temple) Temple Feb. 2009
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Sudan Musawwarat es Sufra: Hafier Hafier (water reservoir) Feb. 2009
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Tanzania Engaruka: Stone Circles & Terrases Dry stone structures July 2008
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Tanzania Kilwa: Gereza Fort 2003, May 2004, Dec. 2009, June 2011
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Tanzania Kilwa: Great Mosque Mosque 2003, May 2004, Dec. 2009, June 2011
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Tanzania Kilwa: Small Domed Mosque Mosque 2003, May 2004, Dec. 2009, June 2011
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Tanzania Kilwa: Husini Kubwa Palace Oct. 2015
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Tanzania Kilwa: Makutani Palace Palace Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Songo Mnara: Great Mosque Mosque Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Songo Mnara: Small Mosque Mosque Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Songo Mnara: Palace Palace Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Songo Mnara: over 30 buildings Ruins of Swahili Town Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Songo Mnara: Mnara Remains of tower Dec. 2009, June 2011, Feb. 2012
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Peace Memorial Museum Memorial Building July 2008
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Big Hamamni Persian bath July 2008
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Small Hamamni Persian bath July 2008
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Palace Museum Sultan's palace June, 2015, Oct. 2015
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Stone Town Facades Building Facades and Forodhani Park Feb. 2018
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Tanzania Zanzibar: House of Wonders Goverment Building Aug. 2019
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Tanzania Zanzibar: The Old Fort, also known as the Arab Fort Fort Aug. 2019
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Tanzania Zanzibar: Mtoni Palace Ruins Palace Aug. 2019
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 1 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 2 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 3 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 4 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 5 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Mosque 6 Mosque Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: House 4 Residence Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: House 5 Residence Aug. 2018
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Tanzania Kua: Pillar tombs Pillar tombs Aug. 2018
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UAE Al Ain: Hili 17 Remains of Bronze Age walls May 2011
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Uganda Nyero (5 Rock Shelters) Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Uganda Kapiri Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Uganda Mukongolo Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Uganda Komuge Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Uganda Lolwe Island Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Uganda Kakoro (2 Shelters) Rock Shelter Sep. 2011
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Zimbabwe Great Zimbabwe: Hill Complex Dry Stone structures jan. 2007, June 2017





Eurykleia

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Eurykleia
Eurykleia
La base de données Eurykleia constitue le cœur du projet Eurykleia. Celles qui avaient un nom
Elle permet de rendre visible la pluralité des contextes discursifs dans lesquels apparaissent des noms de femmes. Les entrées de la base ne concernent donc pas, au premier chef, les personnages eux-mêmes mais bien les occurrences des noms des femmes. Fondée sur un questionnement et des méthodes nouvelles, la base Eurykleia ouvre de nouvelles pistes de recherches et produit des résultats permettant la description d’une Antiquité véritablement mixte.

Exhibition: Sortir du gynécée. un nouveau regard sur la Grèce antique / Out of the Gynaeceum: A New Look at Ancient Greek Society

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Sortir du gynécée. un nouveau regard sur la Grèce antique / Out of the Gynaeceum: A New Look at Ancient Greek Society
Peliké à figure rouge<br />
Trop de clichés circulent sur la Grèce antique : les femmes y seraient recluses, voilées ou loin des regards, dans un gynécée ; elles n’auraient aucune fonction civique ou collective. Privées d’éducation ou de culture, elles vivraient dans l’ombre des hommes, dans une cité misogyne. Sans sous-estimer l’inégalité entre les hommes et les femmes, cette exposition a pour objectif de proposer un autre regard sur la Grèce antique (VIIe-IIe siècle av. J.-C.). En intégrant les nouveaux acquis des travaux des philologues, des épigraphistes et des archéologues, et en recourant aux outils récents de la recherche en histoire des femmes et du genre, les historien.nes de cette exposition permettront aux visiteurs de découvrir des champs d’action et des domaines où les femmes antiques agissaient, géraient, pensaient, créaient, aimaient.
Le genre, en tant que méthode d’analyse qui postule l’historicité des catégories hommes/femmes et la dimension sociale et culturelle des identités, permet de se défaire des clichés et de percevoir ce qui fait la spécificité de la société grecque : l’importance primordiale de la distinction libres/esclaves, une définition différente du politique et la variété des contextes d’action individuelle.

Exposition issue d'un programme de recherche de l'UMR 8210 ANHIMA, "Anthropologie et Histoire des Mondes antiques"
Clichés about ancient Greece abound. The conventional wisdom is that women were cloistered—veiled or kept hidden from view in a gynaeceum, unable to hold either civic office or public position. Deprived of education and culture, they are said to have lived in the shadow of men, in a misogynistic society. Without underestimating the inequality that existed between men and women, the goal of this exhibit is to offer a different view of ancient Greece (7th-2nd centuries B.C.). By incorporating new findings from philologists, epigraphists, and archeologists, and by drawing on recent tools from research on the history of women and gender, this exhibit will allow visitors to discover the spheres of action and domains in which women of ancient Greece acted, supervised, thought, created, and loved. Gender, as an analytic tool that posits the historicity of the categories “man” and “woman” as well as the social and cultural dimension of identities, allows us to go beyond clichés and to understand the particularities of Greek society: the fundamental importance of the distinction between slaves and free people, a definition of politics different from our own, and a variety of contexts for individual action. 
This exhibit is the product of the“Anthropology and History of Ancient Worlds,” research project, UMR 8210 ANHIMA.

Pyle: A Gateway to Greek Manuscripts

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[First posted in AWOL 22 April 2012, updates 15 Januafry 2020]

Pyle:  A Gateway to Greek Manuscripts
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Pyle is a collaborative tool for teaching and scholarly research in the field of Greek palaeography and codicology; it aims to collect scattered resources from various individuals and institutions, gradually adding new information, materials and services.

Pyle also aims to promote interaction among scholars, students and all other persons interested in ancient and medieval Greek manuscript books, providing a place to share knowledge, ideas, projects and news.


New Open Access Journal: Емінак

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Емінак
ISSN: 1998-4634
EMINAK
Емінак– щоквартальний академічний журнал відкритого доступу, що рецензується та представляє результати досліджень українських і зарубіжних вчених. Журнал створений у 2007 році Науково-дослідним центром «Лукомор’є» (м. Миколаїв, Україна) спільно з Інститутом археології Національної академії наук України (м. Київ, Україна).
Метою нашого журналу є залучення до співпраці та залучення уваги фахівців – істориків, філософів, соціологів, політологів; політичних діячів, представників зацікавлених організацій до конструктивного діалогу з актуальних проблем історичної науки. Обмін думками представників різних наукових шкіл, розгляд історичних процесів у контексті геополітики, соціокультурної динаміки дозволять виробити загальні підходи у наукових дослідженнях.
Завданням журналу є публікація робіт з питань історії, археології, етнології та краєзнавства, а також у виданні знайдуть своє місце праці, присвячені проблемам методики та методології історичної науки, джерелознавства й історіографії. В окремих випадках (наприклад, тематичне видання, статті за матеріалами міжнародних і всеукраїнських конференцій і т.п.) структура номера може бути коригована.
Редакція підтримує міждисциплінарні дослідження, а також академічні дискусії на сторінках журналу, розглядаючи його як майданчик для презентації різних точок зору, світоглядних концепцій, методологічних підходів до вирішення проблем історичної науки.

Eminak is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal with open access, presenting the research results of Ukrainian and foreign scholars. The journal was established in 2007 by the Scientific Research Centre «Lukomorie» (Mykolayiv, Ukraine) in cooperation with the Institute of Archeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine).
The purpose of our journal is to engage in cooperation and attract the attention of experts - historians, philosophers, sociologists, political scientists; political figures, representatives of interested organizations to a constructive dialogue on relevant problems of historical science. Exchange of views of various scientific schools representatives, consideration of historical processes in the context of geopolitics, socio-cultural dynamics will allow to develop common approaches in scientific research.
The task of the journal is the publication of works on history, archaeology, ethnology and regional studies, as well as the works devoted to the problems of techniques and methodology of historical science, source study and historiography find their place in the publication. In some cases (for example, a thematic issue, papers on materials of international and all-Ukrainian conferences, etc.) the structure of the issue can be adjusted.
The editorial board supports interdisciplinary research, as well as academic discussions on the pages of the journal, considering it as a platform for presentation of different points of view, ideological concepts, methodological approaches to addressing problems of historical science.

See the full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies


Getty Vocabularies - Linked Open Data

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Getty Vocabularies
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The Getty Vocabularies are available as Linked Open Data, XML, Relational Tables, and through APIs. Learn more.
Catherine wheel or rose window? Mona Lisa or La Gioconda? Gaochang or Qara-Hoja? The Getty Vocabularies contain structured terminology for art, architecture, decorative arts, archival materials, visual surrogates, conservation, and bibliographic materials. Compliant with international standards, they provide authoritative information for catalogers, researchers, and data providers. The Getty Vocabularies strive to be ever more multilingual, multi-cultural, and inclusive. The vocabularies grow through contributions from institutions and projects comprising the expert user community. In the new linked, open environments, the Getty Vocabularies may provide a powerful conduit for research and discovery for digital art history. To search the vocabularies, click on the links below. Explore options for contributing or obtaining the Getty Vocabularies data by clicking on links in the left navigation bar.
AAT
The AAT is a thesaurus containing generic terms, dates, relationships, sources, and notes for work types, roles, materials, styles, cultures, techniques, and other concepts related to art, architecture, and other cultural heritage (e.g., amphora, oil paint, olieverf, acetolysis, sintering, orthographic drawings, Olmeca, Rinascimento, Buddhism, watercolors, asa-no-ha-toji, sralais).
CONA
CONA compiles titles/names and other metadata for works of art, architecture, and other cultural works, current and historical, documented as items or in groups, whether works are extant, destroyed, or never built; in development, may be used to record works depicted in visual surrogates and for other purposes (e.g., Florentine Codex, Codice Fiorentino, Guernica, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Chayasomesvara Temple, Hagia Sofia, The Great Wave, Kanagawa oki nami ura, Le déjeuner sur l'herbe, Venus de Milo).
IA
The Getty IA is a thesaurus that covers topics relevant to art, architecture, and related disciplines; includes multilingual proper names, relationships, and dates for iconographical narratives, religious or fictional characters, themes, historical events, and named literary works and performing arts (e.g., Bouddha couché, Adoration of the Magi, Flood of Deucalion, French Revolution, Xibalba, Niflheim, Shiva, Apedemak, Tumatauenga).
TGN
TGN focuses on places relevant to art, architecture, and related disciplines, recording names, relationships, place types, dates, notes, and coordinates for current and historical cities, nations, empires, archaeological sites, lost settlements, and physical features; it is a thesaurus, may be linked to GIS and maps (e.g., Thebes, Diospolis, Ottoman Empire, Mogao Caves, Ch'ien-fu-tung, Ganges River).
ULAN
ULAN contains names, relationships, notes, sources, and biographical information for artists, architects, firms, studios, repositories, patrons, sitters, and other individuals and corporate bodies, both named and anonymous (e.g., Titian, Tiziano Vecellio, Mark Rothko, Cai Xiang, Crevole Master, Altobelli & Molins, Rajaraja Museum, Jenaer Glaswerk Schott).
CDWA
CDWA is a set of guidelines and cataloging rules for the description of art, architecture, and other cultural works. CDWA advises which fields and categories in art metadata are appropriate for the use of vocabularies. CDWA represents common practice and advises best practice for cataloging, based on surveys and consensus building with the user community.

Find out more about the Getty Vocabularies:

Akkadian Prayer Miscellany

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[First posted in AWOL 11 June 2018, updated  16 January 2020]

Akkadian Prayer Miscellany
Alan Lenzi, University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA)
The Akkadian Prayer Miscellany is a place for me to post work I've done on a selection of Akkadian prayers. As the name suggests, the project contains a mixture of different kinds of prayers from different places and times. The one unifying element is that all of the texts are in Akkadian. As working on this site is not my top research priority (rather, see →here), additions will accumulate rather slowly.

Go to the project →GitHub repository for ATF files of all completed tablets.


The List of Prayers

Old Babylonian

Old Babylonian Prayer to Anuna (PBS 1/1, 2 = CBS 19842) (June 8, 2018)
Old Babylonian Letter-Prayer to Amurrum (AbB 12, no. 99 = BM 97298) (June 10, 2018)
Old Babylonian Letter-Prayer to Ninmug (AbB 13, no. 164 = BM 103768) (June 12, 2018)

Neo-Assyrian

Righteous Sufferer's Prayer to Nabû (STT 1, no. 65 = SU 1952, 103) (January 15, 2020)

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Arches Project

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Arches Project
    Arches is an open-source, geospatially-enabled software platform for cultural heritage inventory and management, developed jointly by the Getty Conservation Institute and World Monuments Fund. The system is freely available for organizations worldwide to download, install, and configure in accordance with their individual needs and without restrictions. Arches is not one single repository; however, an organization could set it up as its own central repository if desired.

    Open Access Journal: Le Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale (BIFAO)

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    [First posted in AWOL 6 July 2009. Updated 16 January 2020]

    n.b. BIFAO is is now also beginning to emerge at Open EditionVolume 1116 (2017) appeared there in early December 2018.

    Le Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale (BIFAO)
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    Le BIFAO est maintenant disponible en ligne pour tous les numéros jusqu’au 100 (2000). Le site rassemble près de 1 650 articles pour un total de plus de 35 000 pages de texte et d’illustrations, permettant l’accès direct aux numéros de la revue qui sont actuellement pour une très grande part épuisés. Ce site est destiné à être mis à jour régulièrement. Les sommaires de tous les numéros (1 à 111) sont également accessibles sur ce site.  
    Issu d’un projet lancé par l’Ifao en 2001, cet outil de recherche est le fruit de la collaboration, au sein de l’institut, de l’imprimerie, du service des publications et du service informatique. La première phase, réalisée à l’imprimerie, a consisté à scanner les 95 premiers volumes du Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale, puis à appliquer aux fichiers obtenus le traitement optique de reconnaissance des caractères. Les numéros récents déjà disponibles sous forme électronique ont été ajoutés. Le service des publications a effectué ensuite la relecture et la correction des tables des matières. L’ensemble des données a ensuite été transmis au service informatique qui a réalisé l’indexation du texte et sa mise en ligne.
    Volumes up to and including 118 (2019) are open access:
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    Anne Boud’hors, Alain Delattre, Ruey-Lin Chang, Esther Garel, Jean Gascou, Isabelle Marthot, Grzegorz Ochała Papyrus coptes et grecs de la jarre d’Edfou (suite) p. 1-46 2.8 Mb BIFAO118_art_01.pdf
    Marion Claude, Sandra Lippert La table d’offrande Louvre D 69. Un monument pour « faire venir le ba au corps » p. 47-81 2.8 Mb BIFAO118_art_02.pdf
    Lucía Díaz-Iglesias Llanos Glimpses of the First Owners of a Reused Burial: Fragments of a Shroud with Book of the Dead Spells from Dra Abu el-Naga North p. 83-126 4 Mb BIFAO118_art_03.pdf
    Barbara Engelmann-von Carnap Zum Mundöffnungsritual im Grab des Padiamenope (TT 33) p. 127-141 1.2 Mb BIFAO118_art_04.pdf
    Frédéric Guyot, Valentina Azzarà, François Briois, Julie Marchand, Béatrix Midant-Reynes An Early Old Kingdom Rural Community in the Eastern Nile Delta: First Season of Excavations at Tell el-Neshed p. 143-187 3.5 Mb BIFAO118_art_05.pdf
    Mounir Habachy Le supposé deuxième protocole royal de Ptolémée XII Aulète à Kôm Ombo et à Dendara p. 189-223 0.9 Mb BIFAO118_art_06.pdf
    Holger Kockelmann Die Göttin Nut und der Ba-Vogel: Ein bisher unerkanntes Relief aus dem Grab des Petosiris (Tuna el-Gebel) im Kunsthistorischen Museum Wien p. 225-231 1 Mb BIFAO118_art_07.pdf
    Yvan Koenig Un nouveau décret amulettique oraculaire. Pap. IFAO H 40 p. 233-239 0.6 Mb BIFAO118_art_08.pdf
    Christian Leitz Einige Bezeichnungen für kleine und mittelgroße Säugetiere im Alten Ägypten p. 241-267 2.7 Mb BIFAO118_art_09.pdf
    Mélie Le Roy, Paul Picavet, Sylvain Dhennin La dernière phase d’occupation de la nécropole de Kôm Abou Billou. Données archéologiques et anthropologiques inédites p. 269-282 3.2 Mb BIFAO118_art_10.pdf
    Hana Navratilova The Road to Mounira: Jaroslav Černý at the IFAO p. 283-316 1.2 Mb BIFAO118_art_11.pdf
    Mahmoud Ragab, Claire Somaglino A Remarkable Set of Blocks from the Reign of Nectanebo II Found at Awlad Musa, near Suez p. 317-362 5.9 Mb BIFAO118_art_12.pdf
    Félix Relats Montserrat, Lorenzo Medini, Alain Fortier Quelques considérations sur le « tableau de l’oracle de Médamoud » : un relief cultuel ? p. 363-401 2.2 Mb BIFAO118_art_13.pdf
    Anne-Claire Salmas Morceaux de bravoure et traits d’humour. À propos de deux peintures de Bernard Bruyère dans la maison de fouilles de Deir el-Medina p. 403-440 5.7 Mb BIFAO118_art_14.pdf
    José M. Serrano Un fonctionnaire, Téti-em-Rê, et une reine, Ahmès-Néfertary. Fragments épigraphiques de la XVIIIe dynastie à Dra Abou el-Naga dans leur contexte historique p. 441-463 2.3 Mb BIFAO118_art_15.pdf
    Daniel Soliman Ostraca with Identity Marks and the Organisation of the Royal Necropolis Workmen of the 18th Dynasty p. 465-524 5.2 Mb BIFAO118_art_16.pdf
    Daniel A. Werning The Book of Caverns in Theban Tomb 33: Late Period Reception Process and Individual Adaptation p. 525-554 2.5 Mb BIFAO118_art_17.pdf
    Marine Yoyotte, Andrea Pillon, Judith Bunbury, Ian Ostericher, Mostafa Mohamad Omar Elwakil, Sylvie Marchand Nouvelles recherches sur le site de Gourob. Des fouilles du XIXe siècle aux résultats de la campagne 2017 p. 555-609 9.4 Mb BIFAO118_art_18.pdf
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    Open Access Monograph Series: Middle Kingdom Studies Series

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    Middle Kingdom Studies Series
    The electronic files are only to be distributed from the University of Pisa and in the case of the series Middle Kingdom Studies by Golden House Publications, London. Users may download only one copy for their own personal use. © The University of Pisa. Copyright remains in general with the author(s) and the publishing house(s).
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    Rights-Access Restrictions: The material uploaded in this platform may not be used for commercial purposes or gains. For purposes of clarification, “commercial purposes or gains” shall not include research whose end-use is commercial in nature. It can be used for: research activities; classroom or organizational instruction and related classroom or organizational activities; student assignments; as part of a scholarly, cultural, educational or organizational presentation or workshop, if such use conforms to the customary and usual practice in the field.
    COPYING OR REDISTRIBUTION IN ANY MANNER FOR COMMERCIAL USE, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PUBLICATION, OR FOR PERSONAL GAIN IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
      Lubica Hudáková, Peter Jánosi and Andrea Kahlbacher (eds.), Change and Innovation in Middle Kingdom Art. Proceedings of the MeKeTRE Study Day held at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna (3rd May 2013), London 2016
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      Miniaci G., Grajetzki W. (eds.), The World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1550 BC). Contributions on archaeology, art, religion, and written sources, Volume II, London 2016.
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      Miniaci G., Grajetzki W. (eds.), The World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1550 BC). Contributions on archaeology, art, religion, and written sources, Volume I, London 2015.
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      LUDUS: A Database of Ancient Boardgames

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      LUDUS: A Database of Ancient Boardgames

      La base de données Ludus a été développée en 2019 par le projet ERC Locus Ludi. The Cultural Fabric of Play and Games in Classical Antiquity 2017-2022 (no 741520) dirigé par la Prof. Véronique Dasen.
      Ludus est un important outil collaboratif favorisant le renouvellement de la recherche sur la culture ludique antique en tant que miroir et opérateur des sociétés passées. L’objectif est de réunir tous les plateaux de jeux antiques, de l’ancienne Egypte à la fin de lempire romain d’Occident (c. 500 apr. J.-C.) conservés sur différents supports : gravés sur le sol en pierre, en bois, en pierre, faience, terre cuite…La base de donnée génère une carte topographique qui peut être interrogée selon le type de jeu, la période, la localisation, le matériau, offrant ainsi une vision nouvelle de la distrubution et de la diffusion des jeux dans le monde antique.
      Chaque notice comporte un commentaire détaillé du document, le matériel associé quand il est disponible, les différentes interprétations et des liens à des ressources téléchargeables, comme des articles en pdf.
      En savoir plus : https://locusludi.ch/

      Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging - Nomenclature pour le catalogage des objets de musée

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      Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging - Nomenclature pour le catalogage des objets de musée
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      The Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging website is the most up-to-date version of the Nomenclature standard.
       Since it was first published in 1978, and throughout all the iterations since, Nomenclature has been improved and expanded by inviting input from the museum community it serves. The standard has been published in paper format as follows:
      • Nomenclature created by Robert G. Chenhall in 1978
      • Revised Nomenclature in 1988
      • Nomenclature 3.0 in 2010
      • Nomenclature 4.0 in 2015
      The Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging website (launched in 2018) is a collaborative project which includes:
      • all of Nomenclature 4.0;
      • harmonized data and images from the Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects (This includes French equivalents to Nomenclature terms, illustrations, bibliographic data and more. Parks Canada and the American Association for State and Local History [AASLH] agreed to harmonize their two standards in order to promote standardized cataloging practices throughout both countries. Nomenclature replaces the online version of the Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects);
      • French equivalents for all of Nomenclature, including categories, classes, sub-classes (and definitions of each) and terms; and
      • Canadian spelling for some English terms, as alternatives to the U.S. spelling.
      Nomenclature continues to be developed and maintained by the Nomenclature Task Force, with updates being performed directly within the system. Nomenclature is a living standard that will evolve to meet the needs of its users.
      Individual or institutional users are able to propose additions or changes, using the term submission forms found on the Nomenclature Community website. The Nomenclature Task Force also welcomes groups of subject experts within particular disciplines to work together with the Task Force to develop or improve Nomenclature.

      Open Access Monograph Series: Archaiologia

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      Archaiologia
      Sous la direction de Sandrine Huber 
      Collection créée par Arthur Muller et dirigée par Sandrine Huber, professeure d’archéologie grecque et d’histoire de l’art grec à l’université de Lille.

      Prenant acte du développement des sciences de l’Antiquité à l’université de Lille et du déploiement des sciences de l’Archéologie jusqu’à l’époque contemporaine, les Presses universitaires du Septentrion ont créé en 2006 la collection Archaiologia, au sein du domaine Temps, Espace et Société.

      La collection Archaiologia – du mot grec qui désigne chez Thucydide l’étude du passé – accueille toutes les recherches archéologiques selon des arcs chronologique et géographique étendus, depuis la Préhistoire jusqu’à l’époque contemporaine, portant d’une part sur les civilisations méditerranéennes, classiques ou non, et leurs marges, à l’image de la vaste enquête, Historia, d’Hérodote, d’autre part sur les sociétés de nos régions. Elle est ouverte à la présentation et à l’exploitation de tous les types de sources, écrites (textuelles et épigraphiques), iconographiques et matérielles, dans toutes les directions de l’histoire (politique, économique, religieuse, artistique, culturelle…) et plus largement de l’anthropologie culturelle des sociétés du passé. La collection Archaiologia fait place aussi bien aux ouvrages monographiques qu’aux actes de manifestations scientifiques, lorsque les contributions y présentent une forte unité thématique.
      ISSN (Édition imprimée) : 2103-5458

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