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Society of Biblical Literature and American Academy of Religion Program Books 1938-2019

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Society of Biblical Literature and American Academy of Religion Program Books
Pitts Theology Library holds the archival records for both the Society of Biblical Literature (Collection RG 100) and the American Academy of Religion (Collection RG 057). These two organizations have held joint annual meetings since 1970 (with the exception of 2008-2011). Presented here are program books from these organizations (1938-2018). We plan to fill in missing program books as we produce digital copies of them.

NB: The American Academy of Religion was previously known as the National Association of Biblical Instructors and the Society of Biblical Literature was formerly known as the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis.

Program Books
1938 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [621 KB]
1940 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Thirty-First Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [635 KB]
1941 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Thirty-Second Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [641 KB]
1946 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [1006 KB]
1947 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [597 KB]
1950 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-First Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [3.3 MB]
1951 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Second Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [3.8 MB]
1952 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Third Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [4.4 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Eighty-Eighth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [907 KB]
1953 The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Eighty-Ninth Meeting
Evanston, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [961 KB]
1954 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [761 KB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninetieth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [991 KB]
1955 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [4.4 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-First Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [949 KB]
1956 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [3.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Second Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [874 KB]
1957 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky
View program book (PDF) [3.9 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Third Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky
View program book (PDF) [9.3 KB]
The SBL archives does not have a copy of the 1957 program. Presented here is the conference proceedings, which was published in the Journal of Biblical Literature.
1958 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Forty-Ninth Annual Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky
View program book (PDF) [3.6 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Fourth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [969 KB]
1959 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Golden Anniversary Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [3.9 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Fifth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [962 KB]
1960 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Fifty-First Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [839 KB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Sixth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [888 KB]
1961 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Fifty-Second Annual Meeting
St. Louis, Missouri
View program book (PDF) [3.6 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Seventh Meeting
St. Louis, Missouri
View program book (PDF) [792 KB]
1962 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Fifty-Third Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [3.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis
Ninety-Eighth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [997 KB]
1963 The National Association of Biblical Instructors
Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [23.6 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature, Ninety-Ninth Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [900 KB]
1964 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [26.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
The Hundredth General Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [774 KB]
1965 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [17.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
One Hundred First Meeting
Nashville, Tennessee
View program book (PDF) [991 KB]
1966 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [16.6 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
One Hundred Second Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [891 KB]
1967 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [26.3 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
One Hundred Third Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [717 KB]
1968 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Dallas, Texas
View program book (PDF) [39.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
One Hundred Fourth Annual Meeting
Berkeley, California
View program book (PDF) [1.6 MB]
1969 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Boston, Massachussetts
View program book (PDF) [58.7 MB]
  The Society of Biblical Literature
One Hundred Fifth Meeting
Toronto, Ontario
View program book (PDF) [1.5 MB]
1970 American Academy of Religion, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [10.7 MB]
1971 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [10.3 MB]
1972 Religion and the Humanizing of Man
International Congress of Learned Societies in the Field of Religion
Los Angeles, California
View program book (PDF) [31 MB]
1973 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [12.1 MB]
1974 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
Annual Meeting
Washington DC
View program book (PDF) [20.8 MB]
1975 Society of Biblical Literature, American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [18 MB]
1976 American Academy of Religion, American Schools of Oriental Research, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
St. Louis, Missouri
View program book (PDF) [24.7 MB]
1977 American Academy of Religion, American Schools of Oriental Research, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [32 MB]
1978 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Joint Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
View program book (PDF) [27.3 MB]
1979 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting (Scholars Press Scholia VIII)
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [28 MB]
View 1979 Supplement (PDF) [4 MB]
1980 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting (Scholars Press Scholia XII)
Dallas, Texas
View program book (PDF) [31.7 MB]
View 1980 Supplement (PDF) [1.7 MB]
1981 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [27.8 MB]
View 1981 Supplement (PDF) [1.3 MB]
1982 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
New York, New York
View program book (PDF) [30.3 MB]
1983 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Dallas, Texas
View program book (PDF) [33.1 MB]
View 1983 Supplement (PDF) [1.8 MB]
1984 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, American Schools of Oriental Research
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [37.4 MB]
1985 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, American Schools of Oriental Research
Annual Meeting
Anaheim, California
View program book (PDF) [45.3 MB]
1986 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, American Schools of Oriental Research
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [46.6 MB]
1987 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts
View program book (PDF) [53.8 MB]
1988 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [61.6 MB]
1989 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Anaheim, California
View program book (PDF) [58 MB]
1990 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
View program book (PDF) [65.4 MB]
1991 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Kansas City, Missouri
View program book (PDF) [59.7 MB]
1992 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [63.9 MB]
1993 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Washington DC
View program book (PDF) [74.3 MB]
1994 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [77.4 MB]
1995 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
View program book (PDF) [77.9 MB]
1996 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
View program book (PDF) [79.3 MB]
1997 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [80.6 MB]
1998 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Orlando, Florida
View program book (PDF) [74.4 MB]
2003 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [19.5 MB]
2005 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
View program book (PDF) [8.1 MB]
2007 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Diego, California
View program book (PDF) [17.6 MB]
2008 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [57.8 MB]
2009 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Montreal, Quebec
View program book (PDF) [58.1 MB]
  Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
View program book (PDF) [35.6 MB]
2010 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [67.4 MB]
  Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [79.7 MB]
2011 American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [3.6 MB]
  Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California
View program book (PDF) [34.1 MB]
2012 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
View program book (PDF) [27.1 MB]
2013 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Baltimore, Maryland
View program book (PDF) [17.6 MB]
2014 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Diego, California
View program book (PDF) [22.7 MB]
2015 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
View program book (PDF) [23.6 MB]
2016 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Antonio, Texas
View program book (PDF) [17.7 MB]
2017 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts
View program book (PDF) [20.8 MB]
2018 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
Denver, Colorado
View program book (PDF) [14.9 MB]
2019 American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature
Annual Meeting
San Diego, California
View program book (PDF) [17.7 MB]

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Online Open House | Minoan-Mycenaean Scribal Legacy, Gregory Nagy

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Online Open House | Minoan-Mycenaean Scribal Legacy, Gregory Nagy
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We are excited to welcome back Gregory Nagy of Harvard University, Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature and the Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC for an Online Open House. The title of the discussion is “Minoan-Mycenaean Scribal Legacy” which will take place on April 16 at 11:00 a.m. EDT. The event will be live-streamed and recorded. You can view the event on the Center for Hellenic Studies YouTube channel.

You may like to read the following to get ready for the event:
About writings and rewritings by scribes: an e-dialogue with Hana Navratilova
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/did-the-kings-of-sparta-commission-texts-to-be-written-down-by-scribes/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/i-am-a-scribe-who-writes-letters-and-my-writing-gives-me-power-variations-on-a-theme-in-the-ancient-mediterranean-and-near-east/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/some-missing-links-in-my-efforts-to-trace-continuities-as-well-as-discontinuities-in-minoan-mycenaean-scribal-practices/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/echoes-of-a-minoan-mycenaean-scribal-legacy-in-a-story-told-by-herodotus/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/a-minoan-mycenaean-scribal-legacy-for-converting-rough-copies-into-fair-copies/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/minoan-and-mycenaean-fig-trees-some-retrospective-and-prospective-comments/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/about-writings-and-rewritings-by-scribes-an-e-dialogue-with-hana-navratilova/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/about-what-kinds-of-things-we-may-learn-about-mythology-by-reading-about-rituals-recorded-by-bureaucratic-scribes/
https://classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu/thinking-comparatively-about-greek-mythology-xvii-with-placeholders-that-stem-from-a-conversation-with-tom-palaima-starting-with-this-question-was-herakles-a-dorian/


Gregory Nagy

Gregory Nagy is the Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature at Harvard University, and is the Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC. In his publications, he has pioneered an approach to Greek literature that integrates diachronic and synchronic perspectives. His books include The Best of the Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry (Johns Hopkins University Press), which won the Goodwin Award of Merit, American Philological Association, in 1982; also Pindar’s Homer: The Lyric Possession of an Epic Past (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), Homeric Questions (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1996), Homeric Responses (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003), Homer’s Text and Language (University of Illinois Press 2004), Homer the Classic (Harvard University Press, online 2008, print 2009), and Homer the Preclassic (University of California Press 2010). His latest work, Masterpieces of Metonymy, is now available online. He co-edited with Stephen A. Mitchell the 40th anniversary second edition of Albert Lord’s The Singer of Tales (Harvard Studies in Comparative Literature vol. 24; Harvard University Press, 2000), co-authoring with Mitchell the new Introduction, pp. vii–xxix. Professor Nagy has taught versions of this course to Harvard College undergraduates and Harvard Extension School students for over thirty-five years. Throughout his career Nagy has been a consistently strong advocate for the use of information technology in both teaching and research. He is currently writing articles for Classical Inquiries, including commentaries on Iliad.

Numismatic News: First batch of Philip II coins added to PELLA

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First batch of Philip II coins added to PELLA
The first few collections of Philip II coins have been linked to new Le Rider URIs and have been made accessible in PELLA through Nomisma.org's SPARQL endpoint. The American Numismatic Society linked 656 coins to these new URIs. Over the weekend, Karsten Dahmen at the Berlin Münzkabinett cataloged the first 17 coins of their collection. Additionally, I used Matt Lincoln's old data dump of years-old British Museum RDF data running locally in an endpoint to query for Le Rider references among their coins. Using OpenRefine to perform some additional cleanup, almost 60 coins of Philip II from the British Museum are now available in PELLA. Furthermore, just about a half hour ago, Julien Olivier at the Bibliothèque nationale de France sent a spreadsheet of 202 coins of Philip II with their corresponding Le Rider URIs. At this phase, there are now over 900 physical specimens linked into these typologies in PELLA. Not bad since we only just published them less than a week ago!

PELLA Philip II 137 is one of the best-represented types.


I expect a lot more contributors to come along as the cataloging process begins to proliferate through partners such as KENOM and NUMiD.

As it stands now, there are 382 total parent types in PELLA. The coins from the aforementioned collections are cataloged with a mixture of Le Rider (subtype [skos:broader] or skos:exactMatch [for plate-figure numbers]) URIs and PELLA parent type URIs. With the following SPARQL query, I can get a count of the number of photographed specimens per type:

PREFIX rdf: <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#>
PREFIX dcterms: <http://purl.org/dc/terms/>
PREFIX foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/>
PREFIX nm: <http://nomisma.org/id/>
PREFIX nmo: <http://nomisma.org/ontology#>
PREFIX skos: <http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#>

SELECT ?type (count(?coin) as ?count) WHERE {
?type dcterms:source|skos:exactMatch/dcterms:source nm:pella_type_series .
?coin nmo:hasTypeSeriesItem|nmo:hasTypeSeriesItem/skos:broader ?type .
{?coin nmo:hasObverse/foaf:depiction ?img}
UNION {?coin foaf:depiction ?img}
} GROUP BY ?type


Hoards of Philip II coins
There are 258 types of Philip II with at least one photographed specimen, which is about two-thirds of the entire range of coinage. Not too bad for just several collections working together to catalog their coins in a few days.

Now that we have linked the Philip II Nomisma ID to typologies and specimens, some of these specimens also include hoard references, therefore populating the Philip II URI with additional research context for geographic and statistical visualization.

Average weights of tetradrachms from Philip to Alexander

As you can see from the chart above, the weight of Macedonian tetradrachms remains consistent from Philip II to Alexander until 336 B.C (https://bit.ly/2wCuH8G).

Three new volumes from Propylaeum eBooks

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Sasanidische Spuren in der byzantinischen, kaukasischen und islamischen Kunst und Kultur
Ein neu erschienener Tagungsband beschäftigt sich mit dem Reich der persischen Sasaniden (224-651 n. Chr.), das sich über Gebiete des heutigen Iran, Irak, Aserbaidschan, Pakistan und Afghanistan erstreckte. Viele Elemente der sasanidischen Kunst und Kultur sind in angrenzenden Ländern wie Byzanz oder dem christlichen Kaukasus zu finden und lebten nach deren Untergang  in den islamischen Herrschaftsgebieten fort. Die Beiträge behandeln die fortwirkende Rolle der sasanidischen Perser und ihrer Kultur.
Rekonstruktion von Betriebsmodellen antiker Produktionsanlagen
Im Forschungskontext zur "Archäologie vormoderner Wirtschaftsräume" ist die neu erschienene Dissertation von Heinz Sperling entstanden, der es gelingt, über Open Source-Modelle die Produktionsbedingungen einer römischen Ziegelei in den Nordwest-Provinzen zu ermitteln. So können quantitative Aussagen zur maximalen Produktionskapazität, dem Personal- und Brennstoffbedarf und dem anfallenden Transportaufwand solcher antiker Anlagen möglich gemacht werden. Anwendungsbeispiel ist die römische Ziegelei in Dormagen.
Zwischen Glaube und Geld: Zur Ökonomie des byzantinischen Pilgerwesens
Frömmigkeit ist nicht die alleinige Triebfeder für die Entwicklung des christlichen Pilgerwesens. Das Buch behandelt in einer weiten chronologischen und räumlichen Perspektive die ökonomischen Zusammenhänge, die auf das byzantinische Pilgerwesen (5.-12. Jh.) einwirkten. Das Buch beleuchtet die byzantinischen Pilgerheiligtümer, untersucht ihre Genese, aber auch ihre Organisations- und Finanzierungsstruktur, die bereits in der Spätantike durch Gesetze gerahmt wurde.

New Open Access Journal: Grecorromana: Revista Chilena de Estudios Clásicos

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Grecorromana: Revista Chilena de Estudios Clásicos
ISSN: 0719-9902
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Grecorromana: Revista chilena de estudios clásicos, es una publicación anual, dedicada al estudio del mundo antiguo grecorromano, así como a su proyección y recepción en períodos posteriores. Su propósito es establecer un espacio de análisis crítico y reflexivo sobre la Antigüedad, promoviendo el diálogo entre las disciplinas que componen los estudios clásicos. Grecorromana: mantiene una política de acceso abierto, por lo que ofrece su contenido gratuitamente a sus lectores.
Grecorromana, Revista Chilena de Estudios Clásicos, vol. I, Viña del Mar, 2019


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UrOnline: A Collaboration between the British Museum and the Penn Museum Made Possible with the Lead Support of the Leon Levy Foundation

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UrOnline: A Collaboration between the British Museum and the Penn Museum Made Possible with the Lead Support of the Leon Levy Foundation
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Ur Online offers an insight into the unique site of Ur, near Nasiriyah in southern Iraq, and one of the largest and most important cities of ancient Mesopotamia. Excavations at Ur between 1922 and 1934 by Sir Leonard Woolley, jointly sponsored by the British Museum and the Penn Museum, uncovered Ur’s famous ziggurat complex, densely packed private houses, and the spectacular Royal Graves. Half the finds from Woolley’s excavations are housed in the Iraq Museum in Baghdad, with the other half shared equally between the British Museum and the Penn Museum. Through the generosity of the Leon Levy Foundation, lead underwriter, the Kowalski Family Foundation and the Hagop Kevorkian Fund, Ur Online preserves digitally and invites in-depth exploration of the finds and records from this remarkable site. Learn more about the project.

Open Access Journal: Oriental Institute News & Notes

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 [First posted in AWOL 23 April 2010. Most recently updated 10 April 2020]

Oriental Institute News & Notes
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News & Notes is a Quarterly Publication of The Oriental Institute, printed for members as one of the privileges of membership.
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For years prior to 2002 the  Lead Article(s) from various issues were also being made available electronically with the permission of the editor.

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See also  The Oriental Institute Archaeological Newsletter (1950-1973)

For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:

The Oriental Institute Encurate App

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The Oriental Institute Encurate App
EXPLORE ANYWHERE
Explore the OI from the comfort of your home or take a guided tour in the museum. The OI app offers interactive maps, self-guided tours, and the ability to share your experience with our social media icons!
PERSONALIZED TOUR CONTENT
Choose your own areas of interest! Want to know more about the collection’s highlights or the building’s architecture? Just choose what you’re most excited about and the app will deliver the details!
INTERACTIVE MAP
The location-aware map will show you your location and where you want to go. See what is available in each gallery or explore OI projects occurring in the Middle East!
HOW TO USE THE APP
You can explore in a few different ways with this app. Tap Map in the toolbar and double tap different locations to see what’s there. At the bottom of the map, you can tap Search and type in anything you’re looking for. When you tap Search, you can also see amenities, highlights from the app, and the tours you have selected. Tap Tours in the toolbar to customize your experience! Choose different interest areas from the list of self-guided tours. Tap Ready, and you will automatically be taken to the map. The different points of interest related to the tours you chose will be on the map, which you can double tap to access. Alternatively, as you move around the galleries you will also get notifications that something you’re interested in is nearby. Do you have tours selected but you’re not getting notifications? Make sure your location services are on and notifications are allowed.

Diorisis Search 0.5-β

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Diorisis Search 0.5-β

[ made in 2020 by Alessandro Vatri ]

Diorisis Search is an application designed to build and run complex queries on the Diorisis Ancient Greek Corpus (Vatri and McGillivray 2018) through an intuitive graphic interface.
The corpus is published as a collection of TEI-compliant XML files. The application search engine runs on JSON data, which is generated on the fly by converting the XML files.
The DEMO version is limited to the following four texts bundled with the app:
  • Homer - Iliad
  • Herodotus - Histories
  • Lysias - On the Murder of Eratosthenes
  • Sophocles - Oedipus Tyrannus

Download

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The Windows version is portable (i.e. it does no

Women at the Dawn of History

Festschrift for Maurice A. Robinson On-line

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Festschrift for Maurice A. Robinson On-line
In 2014, Mark Billington and Peter Streitenberger edited a volume of essays, Digging for the Truth: Collected Essays Regarding the Byzantine Text of the Greek New Testament, to honor Maurice A. Robinson, Professor Emeritus of New Testament at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS).

One of the contributors to the volume, Abidan Paul Shah, former PhD student of Robinson, introduced the Festschrift at SEBTS and made available this videoclip of the presentation. At 4.20 you can see the honoree enter the stage to receive his book.

Since the book is now out of print, one of the editors, Peter Streitenberger, has now made it freely available here.

As readers will notice, the volume is written mainly from a pro-Byzantine text perspective, which is understandable since Robinson, in my opinion, is the most respected proponent of this school, which represent a very small minority of scholars in the discipline today. Read more about this perspective in Robinson’s own article, “The Case for Byzantine Priority,” in TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism.

Neverthelesss, it is a pity that there has not been another Festschrift for our co-blogger Maurice reflecting a wider perspective. I would have liked to contribute to that. On the other hand, I did participate in a symposium at SEBTS in 2014, invited by Maurice, to discuss the pericope adulterae, the text to which he has devoted much of his career (read my reports here and here with more links to summaries). The result of this consultation was published in The Pericope of the Adulteress in Contemporary Research, LNTS 551, ed. by D. A. Black and J. N. Cerone (London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2016). See my announcement here.

Let me conclude this blogpost by citing from the preface of my recent book To Cast the First Stone (co-authored with Jennifer Knust) where I express my gratitude to Maurice as he reached out to a Swedish new-comer to the field:
Tommy would first like to thank Maurice Robinson, who was willing to suggest a topic for his bachelor’s thesis at Örebro School of Theology on a particularly interesting variant in the pericope adulterae, which led to his first research visit to the INTF in Münster and eventually resulted in his first academic publication [here]. In spite of different views regarding the history of the New Testament text, Maurice has always been gracious and helpful to both of us.

Open Access Journal: Археологія

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Археологія
ISSN: 2227-4952
e-ISSN 2616-499X











«Археологія» - науковий журнал, являється офіційним друкованим органом Інституту археології Національної академії наук України та головним фаховим виданням з археології в Україні. Журнал містить статті з проблем археології від первісності до середньовіччя, публікації нових матеріалів та результатів досліджень пам’яток на території України та за її межами, біографічні матеріали, рецензії та хроніку. Журнал призначений для археологів, істориків, краєзнавців, учителів історії, студентів історичних факультетів, усіх, хто цікавиться археологією, її досягненнями та відкриттями.

"Arheologia" is a scientific journal of Institute of Archaeology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine discussing problems of archaeology. It is the main professional publication in archaeology in Ukraine. The journal presents articles on ancient history and archaeology from Savagery till Middle Ages, publications of new materials and research results regarding monuments situated on the territory of Ukraine and abroad, biographic materials, reviews, chronicles. For the benefit of historians, local lore researchers, teachers, students of historical departments, everybody interested in the ancient history of Ukraine. 
№ 1 (2020): Arheologia
Опубліковано: 2020-04-03

Articles



Публiкацiї археологiчного матерiалу


Методи археологiчних дослiджень


Iсторiя науки


Back issues:
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Вип. 4 (29).Кераміка і скло Східної Європи від середньовіччя до модерного часу.

2018Вип. 3 (28).Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
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2017
Вип. 4 (25). Дослідження археологічної спадщини Східної Волині (до 120-річчя з дня народження Ф. А. Козубовського)
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 3 (24). Матеріали та дослідження Археологічного музею IА НАН України. — К., 2017. — 200 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 2 (23). Старожитності раннього залізного віку. — К., 2017. — 540 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 1 (22). Археологія: дослідження, експерименти, реконструкції. — К., 2017. — 380 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles

2016
Вип. 4 (21). Південноруське місто у системі міжцивілізаційних контактів. — К., 2016. — 142 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 3 (20). Дослідження Київського Полісся. — К., 2016. — 280 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 2 (19). Старожитності раннього залізного віку. — К., 2016. — 296 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 1 (18). Колекції Наукових фондів Інституту археології НАН України. Проблеми та відкриття.— К., 2016. — 164 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles

2015
Вип. 4 (17). Археологія і простір. — К., 2015. — 206 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 3 (16). Матеріали та дослідження Археологічного музею IА НАН України.— К., 2015. — 101 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 2 (15). Старожитності раннього залізного віку.— К., 2015. — 282 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 1 (14). Olbio: In memoriam V.V. Krapivina.— К., 2015. — 453 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles

2014
Вип. 2 (13). Археологія: можливості реконструкцій.— К., 2014. — 167 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 1 (12). Колекції Наукових фондів Інституту археології НАН України. Результати досліджень.— К., 2014. — 201 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles

2013
Вип. 11. Середньовічні міста Полісся.— К., 2013. — 246 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 10. Експериментальна археологія: досвід моделювання об’єктів та виробництв.— К., 2013. — 255 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles

2012
Вип. 9. Історія археології: дослідники та наукові центри.— К., 2012. — 362 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 8. Колекції Наукових фондів Інституту археології НАН України. Джерела та дослідження.— К., 2012. — 154 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles

2011
Вип. 7. Мадяри в Середньому Подніпров’ї.— К., 2011. — 200 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 6. Стежками археології. До 70-річчя професора Михайла Івановича Гладких.— К., 2011 — 132 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 5. Археологія: від джерел до реконструкцій.— К., 2011. — 252 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access || Сайт "Спілки": Збірник / Collection of Articles

2010
Вип. 4. Актуальні проблеми археології України.— К., 2010. — 322 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст / Contents | Збірник / Collection of Articles
Вип. 3. Колекції Наукових фондів Інституту археології НАН України. Матеріали та дослідження.— К., 2010. — 138 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access
Вип. 2. Археологія Правобережної України.— К., 2010. — 261 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access
Вип. 1. Проблеми давньоруської та середньовічної археології.— К., 2010. — 586 с.
Бібліотека В. І. Вернадського: Зміст, постатейний доступ / Content, an itemized Access

2009
[0]. Эпоха раннего железа: Сб. науч. тр. к 60-летию С.А. Скорого.— Киев; Полтава, 2009. — 456 с.
Сайт "Спілки": Зміст | Збірник / Collection of Articles academia.edu

LIMC (Basel) Databases: Fondation pour le Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae

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 [First posted in AWOL 9 October 2013, updated 12 April 2020]

Fondation pour le Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC)
The wealth of ancient myths and legends which we call Classical Mythology is one of the major elements of our cultural heritage. The study of its iconographic representations is the main aim pursued by the Foundation for the LIMC, a foundation of international character, and constituted under Swiss law, that was formed in Geneva in 1972 and has been located in Basel since 1983. Its first task was the preparation and publication of the Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC), completed in 1999. This work has been continued by the Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum (ThesCRA) (2004-2006), focused on the domain of cult and rite.
To be able to reach the goals set by the Foundation, the enterprise has been provided with a suitable infrastructure right from its beginning. Its constituent bodies are as follows:
  • theFoundation Council, which is mainly in charge of providing and taking care of the necessary funds as well as the coordination of the executive bodies;
  • the International Scientific Committee, which comprises scholars from most of the countries that contribute to the projects of the Foundation by providing scientific material, photographs and texts;
  • the Editorial Board, which decides the content of the publications, selects the authors and supervises the intellectual content of their contributions;
  • the Central Editorial Office, which is located in Basel, and takes care of the documentation, acquires photographs, prepares the texts for printing and produces the volumes of plates. It is aided by connected editorial offices in Paris, Heidelberg/Würzburg and Athens.

Introduction 
The Foundation Council
The International Scientific Committee
The Editorial Board
The Central Editorial Office
Connected Editorial Offices and Archive Centres
History

iconiclimc: Fondation pour le Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC)

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iconiclimc: Fondation pour le Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC)
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Overview

Within Iconicarchive there are three search options available: the tree search, the free search, and the index search. In addition to the index search, there is an upload index, which shows you the upload time of all images. If you are looking for a paginated overview of all images, open the complete list. Instead, if you want to lay back with a cup of coffee and enjoy all images in their original size, take a look at the random slideshow. If you are lost somehwere, click the arrow icon to go back to the main page of the current picture galery or the header of the page to go back to the mainpage. And last but not least, there is of course an administration area.

Tree

If you know, what you want to search around the globe, then the topographic tree search is the way to go. Simply open an close the branches to get to your place. With the two top options you can either hide the tree to save space or you can open all branches, in case you did not find the desired place (your selection is stored for the entire session). A click on the link on the right side of the icon opens the picture galery of this folder and all subfolders within.

Keywords

If you just want to make a shot in the dark, you can try the free search. Simply type your search term(s) into the search field and hit ENTER. To help you find the desired keyword, the autosuggest option will show you all available terms. The query takes full advantage of the SQLite FTS, therefore a lot of search combinations and the truncation with the asteriscus (*) can be used across all database fields. Matching search terms are highlighted in all fields. If you are unsure how to search, take a look at the query options.

Indices

In comparison to the two other search options, the index search is the most linear and fuzzyless approach, as you can select directly a keyword from the list of all available keywords. With every keyword selected, the list is reduced to the keywords available together with the already selected keyword(s). Finally, you can click on the compiled keywords to get to the intersecting set of images.

(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Palilia

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Palilia
In der Schriftenreihe ›Palilia‹ werden monographische Arbeiten zu archäologischen Forschungen in Italien und angrenzenden Gebieten veröffentlicht. Dabei sollen insbesondere neue Fragestellungen und innovative Forschungsmethoden, aber auch vernachlässigte Themenbereiche der klassischen Archäologie zu Wort kommen. Neben zentralen Forschungsgebieten wie der griechisch-römischen Plastik, der Ikonographie, der Architektur, der Urbanistik und topographischen Untersuchungen werden auch Themen der Sozial-, Wirtschafts- und Religionsgeschichte sowie Materialien der Alltagskultur behandelt. 
Um gute Lesbarkeit und Handlichkeit zu garantieren, zugleich aber auch die Veröffentlichung von Werken zu ermöglichen, die auf umfangreichen Materialdokumentationen beruhen, beschreiten das CoDArchLab und das DAI Rom mit der Supplementierung gedruckter Werke durch eine der Buchstruktur angepasste digitale Bereitstellung zusätzlicher Materialien neue Wege der archäologischen Publikation. So stellen die Bände der Palilia-Reihe zwar eigenständige, in ihrer Argumentation vollständig abgeschlossene Werke dar, gleichzeitig stehen den Lesern, die weitere Details der Materialgrundlage einsehen wollen, aber über die gedruckte Version hinausgehende Kataloge in der Online-Datenbank "Arachne" zur Verfügung. Diese Möglichkeit der Verknüpfung und der interaktiven Erweiterung zeichnet die ›Palilia‹ seit Band 20 aus.

Band 20
Militär in Rom: Militärische und paramilitärische Einheiten im kaiserzeitlichen Stadtbild
Alexandra Wilhelmine Busch
Titelbild für Die Basilica Aemilia am Forum Romanum: Der kaiserzeitliche Bau und seine Ornamentik
 
Titelbild für Die republikanischen Otiumvillen von Tivoli
Titelbild für Dekorations- und Wohnkontext: Beseitigung, Restaurierung, Verschmelzung und Konservierung von Wandbemalungen in den kampanischen Antikenstätten

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

vHMML School

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vHMML School
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vHMML School teaches about scripts and manuscripts, introducing learners to the sciences of paleography and codicology. Choose a manuscript culture and follow the development of scripts through the centuries!

You can also learn how to transcribe manuscripts, representing the handwritten text in a form that can be used for further study and comparison with other copies of the text.

(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: Samos

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Samos
Auf der Insel Samos unmittelbar vor der Westküste Kleinasiens finden besonders zwei Stätten archäologische Aufmerksamkeit. Zum ersten ist hier die gleichnamige antike Stadt Samos mit ihrer Blütezeit in der archaischen Periode und der Wasserleitung des Eupalinos aus dem 6. Jahrhundert v. Chr. als einem Meisterwerk antiker Ingenieurskunst zu nennen.
Zum anderen liegt in der Nähe der antiken Stadt Samos das überregional bedeutende Heiligtum der Göttin Hera.
Der Kultbereich mit seinen Siedlungsspuren, die bis in die frühe Bronzezeit zurückreichen, ist ein äußert ergiebiger Fundplatz für Zeugnisse der Anfänge und ersten monumentalen Ausformung der ionischen Architektur und Plastik. Daneben gibt es zahlreiche Funde aus Bronze und Elfenbein sowie Schnitzereien aus Holz, die sich im sumpfigen Gelände des Heiligtums in für Griechenland fast einzigartiger Weise erhalten haben und die internationalen Beziehungen des Heiligtums widerspiegeln.
Die Ergebnisse der seit 1925 auf der Insel durchgeführten Ausgrabungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts werden in der Samos-Reihe vorgelegt.



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Two Open Access Books by Dominique Charpin

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« TU ES DE MON SANG »: Les alliances dans le Proche-Orient ancien
« Tu es de mon sang »
Il y a 130 ans, des paysans égyptiens découvraient par hasard des lettres adressées au pharaon Akhenaton à la fin du xive siècle av. J.-C. Ces tablettes en écriture cunéiforme, envoyées par les rois des régions alentours, ont ouvert une perspective passionnante sur les origines de la diplomatie dans le Proche-Orient ancien. Dans la lignée de cette trouvaille déterminante, de nombreuses fouilles menées depuis la fin du xixe siècle en Syrie, Turquie ou Irak, ont dévoilé l’incroyable diversit...

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  • Éditeur : Les Belles Lettres, Collège de France
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  • Collection : Docet omnia
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  • Lieu d’édition : Paris
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  • Année d’édition : 2019
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  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 26 février 2019
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  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782251448909
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  • EAN électronique : 9782251910581
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  • DOI : 10.4000/books.lesbelleslettres.258
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  • Nombre de pages : 338 p.
LA VIE MÉCONNUE DES TEMPLES MÉSOPOTAMIENS
La vie méconnue des temples mésopotamiens
La Mésopotamie antique fait l’objet de passionnantes découvertes depuis le xixe siècle. Berceau de notre civilisation, elle a vu naître l’écriture vers la fin du IVe millénaire av. J.-C. Les centaines de milliers de textes qui nous sont parvenus de ces époques lointaines, alliés aux témoignages archéologiques, nous font connaître un monde enchanté où tout, à divers degrés, est sacré. Chaque activité humaine implique l’intervention d’un dieu.
Dans ce contexte, les temples consacrés aux ...

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  • Éditeur : Les Belles Lettres, Collège de France
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  • Collection : Docet omnia
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  • Lieu d’édition : Paris
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  • Année d’édition : 2017
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  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 21 décembre 2017
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  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9782251446714
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  • EAN électronique : 9782251906683
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  • DOI : 10.4000/books.lesbelleslettres.106
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  • Nombre de pages : 256 p.

Lecture: Aspects of Kinship in Iranian Prehistory

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Aspects of Kinship in Iranian Prehistory

by Daniel Potts (New York University)

Pourdavoud Center – UCLA 

Recorded: March 4, 2020
Event: The Biennial Ehsan Yarshater Lecture Series

by Daniel Potts (New York University)

Aspects of Kinship in Iranian Prehistory

The second lecture examines the use of ceramics to indicate group affinity; the proposition that ceramics may reflect patterns of marriage and residence within and between prehistoric communities; the interpretation of potters’ marks; alleged social endogamy in prehistoric Iran; dowries in early Iranian society; and the ‘tribe’ in ancient Iran.

About the Speaker

Daniel Potts is Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and History in the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) at New York University. He received his AB (1975) and PhD (1980) in Anthropology from Harvard University, specializing in Near Eastern archaeology. He taught previously at the Freie Universität Berlin (1981-86), the University of Copenhagen (1980-81, 1986-1991) and the University of Sydney (1991-2012), where he held the Edwin Cuthbert Hall Chair of Middle Eastern Archaeology. His main areas of interest are greater Iran, Mesopotamia, and the Persian Gulf, and as a field archaeologist he has conducted numerous excavations, among others in Iran and Turkey. He is a Corresponding Member of the German Archaeological Institute and ISMEO (Associazione Internazionale di Studi sul Mediterraneo e l’Oriente), and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

Open Access Journal: NOVA TELLVS: Revista semestral del Centro de Estudios Clásicos

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NOVA TELLVS: Revista semestral del Centro de Estudios Clásicos
ISSN: 0185-3058
ISSN 2683-1759
Encabezado de página

2020

Vol. 38, Núm. 1 (2020)

Tabla de contenidos

Artículos

Diego Alexander Olivera
11-26
José David Becerra Islas
27-40
Juan Antonio López Férez
41-77
Trinidad Silva Irarrázaval
79-99
José Edgar González Varela
101-122
Giuditta Cavalletti
123-139
Andrés Sáez Geoffroy
141-166
Juan Ramón Ballesteros Sánchez
167-189

Notas de investigación

José Quiñones Melgoza
193-200

Noticias

III Coloquio Internacional NOVA TELLVS (2 y 3 de septiembre de 2019)
Facundo David Rojas García
203-205

Reseñas

Jámblico, Babiloníacas, introducción, traducción y notas de Lourdes Rojas Álvarez, México, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Clásicos Griegos y Latinos. Colección Bilingüe, 3), 2018, 162 págs., ISBN: 978-607-30-0014-7.
Claudia Verónica Palma Cano
209-212
Giannakis, Georgios K., Christoforos Charalambakis, Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos (eds.), Studies in Greek Lexicography, Berlin, Walter de Gruyter (Trends in Classics Sup. Vol. 72), 2018, 343 págs., ISBN: 978-3-11-062157-0.
Diego Ramírez Pérez
213-220
Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (coord.), Hermenéutica de la esclavitud. Actas del XXXVII Coloquio del GIREA, Besançon, Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2018, 203 págs., ISBN: 978-2-85867- 636-4.
Jorge Menabrito Paz
221-223
Hernández Guerra, Liborio, La mujer liberta en la sociedad hispano- romana durante el imperio, Salamanca, Ediciones Universidad, 2018, 225 págs., ISBN: 978-84-9012-952-4.
Ricardo Martínez Lacy
225-226
Cussen, Antonio, El milenio según Virgilio, Santiago de Chile, Ediciones Tácitas, 2018, 3 vols., 495, 386 y 209 págs., ISBN 978- 956-379-068-9.
Hugo Francisco Bauzá
227-239
Nieto Ibáñez, Jesús Mª, Historia antigua del cristianismo. Desde los orígenes al Concilio de Calcedonia, Madrid, Editorial Síntesis, 2019, 266 págs., ISBN: 978-84-9171-314-2.
Juan Antonio López Férez
241-246
















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