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Open Access Journal: Annual Report of The Iran Heritage Foundation

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Annual Report of The Iran Heritage Foundation
The Iran Heritage Foundation is a non-political UK registered charity with the mission to promote and preserve the history, languages, and cultures of Iran and the Persianate world. The objectives of the Foundation are achieved by organising and supporting activities of cultural or scholarly merit. IHF programmes include sponsoring teaching posts and fellowships at universities and museums, giving grants for academic research and cultural activities, and organising regular events and conferences, both in the United Kingdom and abroad.

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Histos Supplement 11: C. Constantakopoulou and M. Fragoulaki, edd., Shaping Memory in Ancient Greece: Poetry, Historiography, and Epigraphy (2020)

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Open Access Monograph Series: Antichistica

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 [First posted in AWOL 29 October 2016, updated 17 May, 2020]

Antichistica


  • ISSN2610-8828 
  • Archeologia
  • e-ISSN2610-9344 
  • Archeologia
  • ISSN2610-8836  nsediati in ...
  • Filologia e letteratura
  • e-ISSN2610-9352 
  • Filologia e letteratura
  • ISSN2610-8801 
  • Storia ed epigrafia
  • e-ISSN2610-8291 
  • Storia ed epigrafia
  • ISSN2610-881X 
  • Studi orientali
  • e-ISSN2610-9336 
  • Studi orientali  

  • La collana, diretta da Lucio Milano, è dedicata agli studi sul mondo antico e tardo-antico. Essa è destinata ad ospitare pubblicazioni che scaturiscono dalle attività di ricerca di Ca’ Foscari e pubblicazioni di studiosi e istituzioni italiane e straniere che contribuiscano a mettere in evidenza la rete delle collaborazioni nazionali e internazionali dell’Ateneo in ambito antichistico. È suddivisa in quattro sezioni: Storia ed epigrafia; Archeologia; Orientalistica; Filologia e letteratura. 

    Antichistica | 25
    Questioni di metodo e casi di studio
    a cura di:Lorenzo Calvelli   
    16 Dicembre 2019
    Antichistica | 24
    Studi sulla tradizione manoscritta delle iscrizioni antiche
    a cura di:Lorenzo Calvelli   Giovannella Cresci Marrone   Alfredo Buonopane   
    11 Dicembre 2019
    Antichistica | 23
    Scritti di Archeologia in onore di Margherita Tirelli
    a cura di:Giovannella Cresci Marrone   Giovanna Gambacurta   Anna Marinetti   
    18 Marzo 2020
    • search 142 view
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    Antichistica | 22
    Una matrona nella politica della domus Augusta
    Alessandra Valentini   
    03 Dicembre 2019
    • search 214 view
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    Antichistica | 21
    Riti e corredi dalla necropoli romana di Opitergium
    a cura di:Marta Mascardi   Margherita Tirelli   
    23 Novembre 2019
    • search 47 view
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    Antichistica | 20
    Seminari del Dottorato in Storia Antica e Archeologia
    a cura di:Filippo Maria Carinci   Edoardo Cavalli   
    06 Luglio 2019
    Antichistica | 19
    Il survey 2012 ad Altino
    a cura di:Luigi Sperti   Margherita Tirelli   Silvia Cipriano   
    20 Novembre 2018
    • search 392 view
    • file_download 80 download
    Antichistica | 18
    Birth and Development of Textile Tools Between Levant and Egypt
    Chiara Spinazzi-Lucchesi   
    04 Luglio 2018
    Antichistica | 17
    Enrico Marcato   
    18 Maggio 2018
    Antichistica | 16
    Text Editions and Commentary
    Paola Corò   
    05 Aprile 2018
    Antichistica | 15
    2000 iscrizioni funerarie
    a cura di:Maria Letizia Caldelli   Mireille Cébeillac-Gervasoni   Nicolas Laubry   Ilaria Manzini   Raffaella Marchesini   Filippo Marini Recchia   Fausto Zevi   
    07 Maggio 2018
    Antichistica | 14
    a cura di:Paolo Mastandrea   
    29 Novembre 2017
    • search 279 view
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    Antichistica | 13
    A Venice Conference on Greek and Latin Astronomical Texts
    a cura di:Filippomaria Pontani   
    01 Settembre 2017
    • search 410 view
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    Antichistica | 12
    A Complete Bibliography of Its Archaeological and Textual Remains
    Erica Scarpa   
    13 Giugno 2017
    • search 420 view
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    An Interdisciplinary Analysis On Some Unsearched Ritual Practices in the Graeco-Egyptian Papyri (PGM)
    a cura di:Sabina Crippa   Emanuele Marcello Ciampini   
    12 Luglio 2017
    • search 412 view
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    Antichistica | 10
    Giorgia Baldacci   
    01 Marzo 2017
    • search 209 view
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    Antichistica | 9
    Maurizio Viano   
    08 Luglio 2016
    • search 252 view
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    Antichistica | 8
    Stefania Ermidoro   
    30 Dicembre 2015
    • search 281 view
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    Gaio Cornelio Gallo tra Roma e l'Egitto
    a cura di:Emanuele Marcello Ciampini   Francesca Rohr Vio   
    20 Febbraio 2015
    • search 309 view
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    Antichistica | 6
    Prospettive di ricerca e indagini sul campo. Atti del III Convegno Nazionale Veneto di Egittologia Ricerche sull’antico Egitto in Italia
    a cura di:Emanuele Marcello Ciampini   Paola Zanovello   
    13 Gennaio 2015
    • search 253 view
    • file_download 76 download
    Antichistica | 5
    a cura di:Caterina Carpinato   
    10 Dicembre 2014
    • search 628 view
    • file_download 185 download
    Antichistica | 4
    Da Nanterre a Venezia in memoria di Pierre Carlier
    a cura di:Stefania De Vido   
    25 Novembre 2014
    • search 246 view
    • file_download 73 download
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    Il quartiere ad ovest del Piazzale I. Strutture e ritrovamenti delle terrazze mediana e superiore
    Ilaria Caloi   
    01 Ottobre 2013
    • search 175 view
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    Maria Vittoria Tonietti   
    01 Aprile 2013
    • search 189 view
    • file_download 32 download
    Antichistica | 1
    Le iscrizioni del sepolcreto rurale di Cerrione
    a cura di:Giovannella Cresci Marrone   Patrizia Solinas   
    30 Marzo 2013
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    Open Access Journal: Chiron: Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

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    Chiron: Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
    ISSN: 0069-3715
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    Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik. Im Chiron werden Aufsätze aus dem gesamten Gebiet der Alten Geschichte, einschließlich Epigraphik, Papyrologie und historische Topographie, veröffentlicht.

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    Odyssey-A-Day

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    Odyssey-A-Day
    Daily homemade dramatic mini-readings of Emily Wilson’sOdyssey translation.
    • Book 1 (May 15, 2020) Characters featured: Narrator; Athena, with mighty spear, and in disguise, with sunglasses; Telemachus, in Phillies hat.
    • Book 2 (May 16, 2020) Athena, in disguise, instructs Telemachus to board a ship, equipped with rations, to go in search of news about his long-absent father.
    • Book 3 (May 17, 2020) Telemachus, in Phillies hat, aided by Athena in disguise (sunglasses), goes to visit old king Nestor in Pylos (clad in geometric scarf), to learn what happened to the Greeks on the way back from Troy.

    Open Access Journal: Kölner und Bonner Archaeologica (KuBA)

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    Kölner und Bonner Archaeologica (KuBA)
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    Die 'Kölner und Bonner Archaeologica' (KuBA) sind die jährlich erscheinende Zeitschrift der Archäologischen Institute der Universitäten Köln und Bonn.]
    Schwerpunkte sind die griechische, etruskische und römische Archäologie, Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte. Neben Beiträgen übergreifender Art berichten beide Institute regelmäßig über ihre zahlreichen Forschungsprojekte.
    Darunter fallen Surveys und Ausgrabungen in Deutschland, Ägypten, Albanien, Italien, Rumänien, Tunesien und der Türkei. Ferner erscheinen Berichte aus den Sammlungen und anderen Arbeitsbereichen wie der Archäoinformatik und der ArchäoGeophysik.
    The 'Kölner und Bonner Archaeologica' (KuBA) are the annual archeological journal published by the Archaeological Institutes of the German Universities of Cologne and Bonn.
    KuBA is dedicated to Greek, Roman and Etruscan Archaeology, History of Art and Culture. Apart from general studies the magazine includes reports on the numerous research projects such as surveys and excavations in Germany, Egypt, Tunisia, Italy, Rumania, Albania and Turkey. It contains studies on the different collections and other research areas of the institutes for example archaeological computing and geophysical

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    Open Access Journal: Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens

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     [First posted in AWOL 9 August 2016, updated 18 May 2020]

    Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens
    ISSN: 1108-149X
    e-ISSN: 2241-9195
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    Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens publishes academic articles on topics related to Greek and Mediterranean archaeology, history, language, literature, visual arts, architecture, art history and cultural traditions.
    An essential part of the journal is furthermore the publication of preliminary reports of Danish archaeological fieldwork carried out in Greece.

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    Aeschylus Agamemnon Catalogue: A bibliography of the Agamemnon from 1518 to present

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    by Antonella Candio and Federico Boschetti

    About the Catalogue

    Aeschylus’ Agamemnon Catalogue is a database containing the critical bibliography of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon starting from Aldus’ 1518 editio princeps, here organized by categories. Through an easy-to-use search engine, searches can be performed on more than 2600 items  and about 600 active hyperlinks to the full text of referenced books or articles available online using various parameters: author, title, year, journal/collection, keywords (Cassandra scene, commentary, death of Agamemnon, edition, exodos, first episode, first stasimon, fourth stasimon, fourth episode, fifth episode, history of classical scholarship, history of the text, interpretation, language, metrics, parodos, performance, prologue, reception, religion, second episode, second stasimon, style, textual criticism, third episode, third stasimon, translation). Results can be exported in BibTex or EndNote format, or simply copied and pasted in a Word file.
    Compared to general purpose bibliographic search engine, Aeschylus’ Agamemnon catalogue provides a high precision and a high recall on the specific aeschylean topic.
    Each item has been accurately revised. We would be very grateful in any case for notification of errors, omissions or problems with keywords, as this will help us to improve and update the database. Comments can be sent to Antonella Candio or Enrico Medda (see “Contact us“).

    About the Project

    Aeschylus’ Agamemnon Catalogue has been developed in parallel with the preparation of Enrico Medda’s edition of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon (Eschilo, Agamennone, con introduzione, traduzione e commento, 3 voll., Roma, Bardi 2017, Supplemento n. 31 al Bollettino dei Classici dell’Accademia dei Lincei).
    Antonella Candio collected, identified and organized the database contents (data search and analysis, tags, hyperlinks).
    Federico Boschetti has performed data analysis and implemented the source engine.
    Enrico Medda is the scientific supervisor of the project.

    Open Access Journal: Magazin Augusta Raurica

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    Magazin Augusta Raurica
    Augusta Raurica geniesst in Fachkreisen einen ausgezeichneten Ruf: Als eine der besterhaltenen, römischen Städte nördlich der Alpen ist Augusta Raurica seit vielen Jahren Gegenstand zahlreicher wissenschaftlicher Forschungsprojekte, deren Ergebnisse in vielen Publikationen vorgelegt sind. Die meisten davon sind in der nachfolgenden Bibliografie enthalten oder über den Online-Katalog der Universitätsbibliothek Basel zugänglich. Der hauseigene Verlag Museum Augusta Raurica gibt als wichtiger Imageträger sowohl archäologische Fachbücher, als auch populärwissenschaftliche Broschüren heraus. 
    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2020/1
    ─ Das Römerhaus: 65 Jahre alt und noch lange nicht im Ruhestand!
    ─ Biodiversität im Gelände der Römerstadt
    ─ Dunkle Jahrhunderte? Spätantike und Frühmittelalter in Augusta Raurica
    ─ Zu Besuch beim Mäzen



    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2019/2
    ─ Boxer im Kleinformat – zu antiken Faustkämpfen in Augusta Raurica 
    ─ Die Gladiatoren-Ausstellung im Basler Antikenmuseum
    ─ Gladiatoren zu Gast in der Bildung und Vermittlung des Basler Antikenmuseums
    ─ Die Schmidmatt – Besuch in einem römischen Haus


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2019/1
    ─ Geophysikalische Prospektion – Einblicke in den Untergrund
    ─ Archäologie live: … und unter Ihrem Haus?
    ─ Ein gewichtiges Unterfangen! Das Gladiatorenmosaik wird restauriert
    ─ Kultur inklusiv in Augusta Raurica


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2018/2
    ─ Alea iacta est – die neue Spielkiste
    ─ Ein römischer Baukran
    ─ Stiftung Pro Augusta Raurica: Familien willkommen
    ─ Das Strassennetzwerk neu betrachtet


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2018/1
    ─ Sharing Heritage – Kulturerbe teilen
    ─ Das Forum von Augusta Raurica neu präsentiert
    ─ Toten und Theorien auf den Zahn gefühlt
    ─ Per OL durch Augusta Raurica


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2017/2
    ─ Göttliches Ägypten in Augusta Raurica
    ─ Die Sammlung ... Welche Sammlung ?
    ─ Der Bleisarg unter dem Trottoir − ein seltener Fund wird ans Licht geholt
    ─ Ausflug in die Vergangenheit − Archäologische Streifzüge durch Augusta Raurica und das Umland


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2017/1
    ─ Was ist denn das für ein Typ?! – Keramik von Augusta Raurica
    ─ Neue Buvette in Augusta Raurica
    ─ LUCI, die Theaterbuvette Augusta Raurica
    ─ «Was machen die da?» – Grabungstechnik in Augusta Raurica
    ─ Stein auf Stein


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2016/2
    ─ Juden und Christen in Augusta Raurica
    ─ Die neue Wintermode ist da!
    ─ Schatten hört die Signale



    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2016/1
    ─ Neues aus dem Augster Untergrund: Das Theaterfundament
    ─ Kelten in Augusta Raurica?
    ─ Ungelöste Fälle - Ein neuer Workshop zum Thema Archäologie
    ─ Die Publikations- und Forschungszeichnerinnen stellen sich vor


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2015/2
    ─  Mit dem Helikopter in die Römerzeit
    ─  «Was willst du mal werden, wenn du gross bist?»
    ─  Wiederentdeckt! Ein Schatz der Universitätsbibliothek Basel
    ─  Bunter Winter in Augusta Raurica


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2015/1
    ─  Der Nase nach. Ein neuer Rundgang für Familien
    ─  Ein neues Buch zum Glas in Augusta Raurica
    ─  Das Römerfest und wie alles begann
    ─  Umgestaltung der Teichanlage im Tierpark


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2014/2
    ─  Die Stadt als gebaute Sozialordnung
    ─  Perlen am Stadtrand: die Ziegelbrennöfen in der Liebrüti
    ─  Von Theatern und Heiligtümern
    ─  Projektwettbewerb zum Neubau des Sammlungszentrums


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2014/1
    ─  Victoria auf Reisen: eine nicht alltägliche Fundausleihe
    ─  Das Bronzemodell: vom Stadtplan zum Stadtmodell
    ─  Die Nordwestecke des Forums
    ─  Stirb niemals - Der Roman zu Augusta Raurica


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2013/2
    ─  Vom Aquaedukt in die Kloake oder: Wie aus Wasser Abfall wird
    ─  Der kantonale GIS-Viewer: Mit dem Schieberegler in die Antike
    ─  Zimmer mit Aussicht - eine verglaste Säulenhalle in Insula 39
    ─  Kulturschnüffler - Wer schnüffelt hier wo?


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2013/1
    ─  Kinder? Kinder! Auf Spurensuche in Augusta Raurica. Die neue Ausstellung im Museum
    ─  Salben, Öle und göttliche Düfte
    ─  Vom Aktenschrank ins World Wide Web
    ─  Eine Stadt am Ende?


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2012/2
    ─  Das Entwicklungskonzept Augusta Raurica
    ─  Die prachtvolle Grünanlage in der Römerstadt
    ─  Schau näher hin! Modell - Stadtmodell - Modellstadt
    ─  Sanierungsmassnahmen in der Kaiseraugster Schmidmatt


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2012/1
    ─  Der neue Führer durch Augusta Raurica
    ─  Frühlingserwachen - Das Ermittlungsteam 2012
    ─  AD PORTAS - Im Tierpark von Augusta Raurica
    ─  Die Aufgaben als Monumentenrestaurator


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2011/2
    ─  Attias Geheimnis
    ─  Projekt «Archiv Augusta Raurica»
    ─  Arbeiten und Wohnen in Insula 50
    ─  Basler Archäologie-Studierende auf der Wacht


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2011/1
    ─  Wie kam Augusta Raurica aus dem Boden?
    ─  Wellness römisch - In der Unterwelt eines Badepalastes
    ─  «Was soll von Kleidern ich reden?»
    ─  Einblick in den Gästeservice


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2010/2
    ─  «Römerbrief» 2010
    ─  Glückwunsche zum Geburtstag der Universität Basel
    ─  Modellstadt Augusta Raurica
    ─  Neue Düfte aus der Brotbackstube


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2010/1

    ─  Schaufenster Liestal für Baselbieter Forschung
    ─  Römische Stützmauer erhält «Ruinencharakter» zurück
    ─  Geschäftig, überfüllt, düster - eine Taberna in Augusta Raurica
    ─  Neu aufgelegt: der Kürzführer

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2009/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2009
    ─  Mit viel Begeisterung unterwegs: Die Guides von Baseltourismus
    ─  Stilus: der römische Schreibgriffel


    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2009/1

    ─  Diskret geschützt und hübsch verborgen
    ─  Die frühe Kirche in Kaiseraugst in neuem Licht
    ─  Ein Tag beim Kaiser: «Romulus der Grosse» in Augusta Raurica
    ─  Einblick in den Technischen Dienst

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2008/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2008
    ─  Bischofskirche St. Gallus in Kaiseraugst
    ─  Unter der Lupe - Fundrestaurierung in Augusta Raurica
    ─  Goldene Ernte

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2008/1
    ─  In den Fussstapfen von Russell Crowe
    ─  Mitreissende Spektakel im römischen Theater
    ─  Georadar: das Unsichtbare sichtbar machen
    ─  Amphitheatrum in Provincia

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2007/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2007
    ─  Zwischen Puls und Pommes: römische und «unrömische» Leckereien am Römerfest
    ─  Geschirr für die ganze Regio
    ─  Qualitätsmanagement in Augusta Raurica
    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2007/1

    ─  Zwei Dörfer - eine Geschichte
    ─  Hereinspaziert!
    ─  «Spielen wir eigentlich Herrschaften, oder spielen wir nicht?»
    ─  «Alle Jahre wieder ...»

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2006/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2006
    ─  Vom Lehmring zum Kuppelbau
    ─  Bücher von A-Z
    ─  Netzwerkpflege

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2006/1

    ─  Alles Scherben?
    ─  Augusta Raurica von oben
    ─  Erfasst - veknüpft - vernetzt
    ─  Eine Forschungswerkstatt entsteht

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2005/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2005
    ─  Dies natalis
    ─  Ein Fingerring erhellt die jüdische Geschichte
    ─  Public Relations in Augusta Raurica

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2005/1
    ─  50 Jahre Römerhaus!
    ─  Gärten à la Pompeji?
    ─  Neues Römergepäck im Angebot
    ─  Warum plant die Römerstadt Augusta Raurica?

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2004/2
    ─  «Römerbrief» 2004
    ─  Kultur mit Profit
    ─  Gut Ding muss Weile haben
    ─  Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen einer Ausstellung

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2004/1

    ─  Das neue Archäologiegesetz
    ─  SALVE ATTIA!
    ─  Ein römisches Rad bauen: gewusst wie!
    ─  Restaurieren - damals und heute

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2002/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2002
    ─  Aus «Taberne» wird «Bäckerei und Wachposten»
    ─  Das Ortsbild von Kaiseraugst: von den Römern geprägt
    ─  Vom Villenquartier zur Befestigung

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2002/1

    ─  Grosse Haustiere dank den Römern
    ─  VITA ROMANA: Eine lateinische Führung durchs Römerhaus
    ─  Bärenjagd in Augusta Raurica?
    ─  Vermitteln - Eine Aufgabe mit vielen Facetten

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2001/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 2001
    ─  Wenn Münzen erzählen ...
    ─  SuperZivildienstleistende in Augusta Raurica
    ─  Die Römer am «Fescht vo Basel»

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 2001/1

    ─  Das neue alte Römerhaus
    ─  Erste Christen in Kaiseraugst
    ─  Dauerbrenner: «Römisch Brot backen»
    ─  Die Römerfeste von Augusta Raurica

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 1999/2

    ─  «Römerbrief 1999»
    ─  Ein «Römerbrief» aus Aventicum
    ─  Alea iacta est! - Spiele für Alle
    ─  «... Ein seltßam Werck ...»
    ─  Römerpanorama - Stadt und Land vor 1800 Jahren
    Magazin Augusta Raurica 1999/1

    ─  Dienstag z.B. - Leben in der Römerstadt
    ─  So ein ... Unrat, Schlamm und keine stillen Örtchen
    ─  Kochen wie die Römer
    ─  Pass-Partout - Entdecken Sie die Museen am Oberrhein

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 1998/2

    ─  «Römerbrief» 1998
    ─  L'histoire d'été - Der erste Sommer in der Römerstadt
    ─  Favoriten: Amor - Venus - Amor
    ─  ZEITsprünge - Ein Rückblick

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 1998/1

    ─  Out of Rome - Eine Ausstellung für die Sinne
    ─  Augusta Raurica - Durch ein Erdbeben zerstört?
    ─  Ein Besuch in Augusta Raurica - Einmal anders
    ─  Baden wie die Römer...!

    Magazin Augusta Raurica 1997/1

    ─  «Römerbrief» 1997
    ─  Out of Rome - Ein aussergewöhnliches Gemeinschaftswerk
    ─  Fünf Jahre Haustierpark - Eine Idee wurde zum Publikumsmagneten
    ─  Upper class in Augusta Raurica

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    Open Access Journal: Les Études Classiques

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    Les Études Classiques
    ISSN: 0014-200X
    La Revue a été fondée, en 1932, par le Père J. Van Ooteghem pour offrir aux professeurs de langues anciennes un organe d’information et d’accompagnement pédagogique, au départ très ouvert à la « culture générale », notamment aux lettres françaises, dans la tradition des Essais Pédagogiques dont la revue prenait la relève. Depuis, le monde classique a été secoué : l’enseignement des langues anciennes a fortement régressé, beaucoup moins que la recherche dans le domaine classique, et d’autres ont repris le flambeau de l’information pédagogique. Il est donc tout naturel que nous recentrions nos intérêts plus systématiquement sur les travaux à caractère savant, sans perdre de vue, toutefois, la nécessité d’une information aussi large que possible.

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    Open Access Journal: Sborník prací Filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity. N, Řada klasická

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    Sborník prací Filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity. N, Řada klasická 
    ISSN: 1211-6335
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    Variant title: Studia minora Facultatis philosophicae Universitatis Brunensis. N, Series classica

    Variant title: Graeco-Latina Brunensia

    Publisher: Masarykova univerzita, Filozofická fakulta, Brno

    Published: 1996-2008 
    Description: Řada klasická (řada N) Sborníku prací filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity, ISSN 1211-6335, byla vydávána v letech 1996-2008, zároveň také s názvem Graeco-Latina Brunensia. Navázala na řadu E, argeologicko-klasickou. Uveřejňovala příspěvky z klasické filologie, klasické archeologie, dějin starověku, medievistiky a také byzantologie i pozdějšího vývoje řeckého a latinského jazyka. Od roku 2009 pokračuje jako vědecký časopis Graeco-Latina Brunensia, ISSN 1803-7402. 

    Description: Series classica (N) of Sborník prací filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity (= Studia minora facultatis philosophicae universitatis Brunensis) with parallel title Graeco-Latina Brunensia, ISSN 1211-6335, was published in 1996-2008. Before that, Series archeologico-classica (E) was published from 1956 to 1995. Series classica included contributions from the fields of Classical Philology, Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Medieval Studies, as well as Byzantine Studies and later development of the Greek and Latin language. Since 2009 continues as scholarly journal Graeco-Latina Brunensia, ISSN 1803-7402, and is issued twice a year. 


    1996   (Volume 45 in series SPFFBU) N1
    1997   (Volume 46 in series SPFFBU) N2
    1998-1999   (Volume 47-48 in series SPFFBU) N3-4
    2000   (Volume 49 in series SPFFBU) N5
    2001-2002   (Volume 50-51 in series SPFFBU) N6-7
    2003   (Volume 52 in series SPFFBU) N8


    2004   (Volume 53 in series SPFFBU) N9
    2005   (Volume 54 in series SPFFBU) N10
    2006   (Volume 55 in series SPFFBU) N11
    2007   (Volume 56 in series SPFFBU) N12
    2008   (Volume 57 in series SPFFBU) N13

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    Open Access Journal: Lampas: tijdschrift voor Nederlandse classici

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

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

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

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

    Pubblicherà articoli in francese, inglese, greco, spagnolo, tedesco e italiano.
    Pubblicato: 2019-10-28

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     Some earlier volumes are also available:
    Vol. 10 - 2007


    ATENE
    Virginia Hunter, Did the Athenians have a Word for Crime?
    Edwin Carawan, The Trial of the Arginusai Generals and the Dawn of ‘Judicial Review’
    Paulin Ismard, La construction du fait associatif en droit athénien et les limites de la notion de personnalité juridique
    Emiliano Buis, Del lecho al juzgado, del sexo al derecho: un juego de palabras significativo en Asambleístas de Aristófanes
    Athanasios Efstathiou, Euthyna Procedure in 4th c. Athens and the Case On the False Embassy

    PECH MAHO
    Miquel Castellano i Arolas, Datos para una reconstrucción de los hechos contenidos en el plomo griego de Pech Maho

    LA PACE DEL RE
    César Fornis, «La paz enviada por el rey» (387-386 a.C)

    STORIA DEL PROCESSO GRECO
    Alberto Maffi, Quarant’anni di studi sul processo greco (I)
    Alberto Maffi, Sedicesimo simposio di diritto greco ed ellenistico
    Alberto Maffi, Henri van Effenterre: In memoriam
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    Alberto Maffi, Rassegna critica

    Vol. 9 - 2006



    Vol. 8 - 2005



    Vol. 7 - 2004





    Vol. 6 - 2003



    Vol. 5 - 2002



    Vol. 4 - 2001



    Vol. 3 - 2000



    Vol. 2 - 1999



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    Open Access Monograph Series: Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) [recent volumes]

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    Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) [recent volumes]
    ISSN (Édition imprimée) : 0257-4101
    En 1876, Albert Dumont, alors directeur de l’École française d’Athènes, fonde la Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) pour permettre la publication des thèses des membres (doctorat et habilitation à diriger des recherches) des deux institutions athénienne et romaine.
    n 1876, Albert Dumont, then director of the École française d’Athènes, founded the Library of the École française d’Athènes et de Rome (BEFAR) to allow the publication of the theses of the members (doctorates and ‘habilitation’ theses to supervise research) of the two Athenian and Roman institutions.
    For older volumes see: Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome at Persée and Open Access Monograph Series: Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome

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


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    Digital Hammurabi

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    Digital Hammurabi
    Who are Digital Hammurabi?

    Digital Hammurabi is a public outreach/digital humanities project/creative brainchild of husband and wife Assyriology team, Megan Lewis and Joshua Bowen.

    Megan Lewis has a B.A. from Birmingham University (UK) in Ancient History, an M.Phil. from the same in Assyriology, and an M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from the Johns Hopkins University. She attained ABD status in a Ph.D. program at The Johns Hopkins University, before deciding that her energies would be better spent elsewhere. She hopes to return to school and obtain her doctorate at a later date.

    ​ Dr. Joshua Bowen graduated from the Johns Hopkins University in 2016, with a Ph.D. in Assyriology. He wrote his dissertation on the lamentations liturgies of the city of Kiš, and specializes in the Sumerian language. As well as his Ph.D., Josh hold a B.S. in Religion from Liberty University, a Th.M. in the Old Testament from Capital Bible Seminary, and a M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from the Johns Hopkins University. Prior to entering academia, Joshua was a chaplain in the U.S. Airforce where he also gained an A.A. in Avionics.

    Our Mission

    Our aim is to provide reliable, accurate information about the Ancient Near East (that's modern Iraq and the surrounding area!) in an entertaining and engaging fashion.

    ​ If it's anything to do with ancient languages, history, or culture, then you are in the right place and we hope you enjoy what we do!

    Open Access Journal: Raumwissen: Magazine of Topoi, The Formation and Transformation of Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civilizations.

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    Raumwissen
    ISSN: 1869-7356 

    Topoi, The Formation and Transformation of Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civilizations.

    The Topoi magazine “Raumwissen”  (The Knowledge of Space) provides high-quality coverage of research activities, vivid information, joyful elucidation.
    Have a look at the released issues by clicking on the covers.

  • Open Access Journal: Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists

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    Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists
    ISSN: 1068-1051
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    Middle East Medievalists (MEM) is an international professional non-profit association of scholars interested in the study of the medieval Middle East, expansively defined to include all geographies with prominent Muslim political, religious, or social presences, at some point between the rough parameters of 500-1500 CE. 
    MEM has two primary goals. The first is to increase the representation of medieval scholarship at scholarly meetings in North America and elsewhere by co-sponsoring panels. The other principal objective of MEM is to foster communication among individuals and organizations with an interest in the study of the medieval Middle East. MEM also hopes, in the future, to advance the study of the medieval Middle East by undertaking such projects as scholar exchanges, conferences, etc.
    As part of its effort to promote scholarship and facilitate communication among its members, MEM publishes Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists.
    MEM officially came into existence on 15 November 1989 at its first annual meeting, held in Toronto. MEM conducts its business meeting annually in the autumn, normally in conjunction with the meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), which is usually held in November. The general business meeting is open to all current members of MEM and to those considering membership. The Board of Directors of MEM is elected annually at the general business meeting. MEM is incorporated in the state of Illinois; contributions to MEM are considered exempt from federal income tax by the United States Internal Revenue Service.
    Volume 27 (2019) – Current issue



    IN MEMORIAM
    Speros Vryonis, Jr. (1928-2019)
    Gary Leiser
    Kenneth Holum (1939-2017)
    Gideon Avni, Elizabeth Conner, Alan Walmsley
    Michael Bonner (1952-2019)
    Steven Judd, Alison Vacca, Robert Haugh, Noah Gardiner, Antoine Borrut
    Volume 26 (2018)

    Volume 25 (2017)
    Volume 24 (2016)

    Volume 23 (2015)

    Al-ʿUsur
    al-Wusta as The Bulletin of Middle East Medievalists. Full run of the bulletin now available online!

    Volume 22 (2014 [2010])
    Volume 21 (2012 [2009])
    Volume 20.2 (October 2008)
    Volume 20.1 (April 2008)
    Volume 19.2 (October 2007)
    Volume 19.1 (April 2007)
    Volume 18.2 (October 2006)
    Volume 18.1 (April 2006)
    Volume 17.2 (October 2005)
    Volume 17.1 (April 2005)
    Volume 16.2 (October 2004)
    Volume 16.1 (April 2004)
    Volume 15.2 (October 2003)
    Volume 15.1 (April 2003)
    Volume 14.2 (October 2002)
    Volume 14.1 (April 2002)
    Volume 13.2 (October 2001)
    Volume 13.1 (April 2001)
    Volume 12.2 (October 2000)
    Volume 12.1 (April 2000)
    Volume 11.2 (October 1999)
    Volume 11.1 (April 1999)
    Volume 10.2 (October 1998)
    Volume 10.1 (April 1998)
    Volume 9.2 (October 1997)
    Volume 9.1 (April 1997)
    Volume 8.2 (October 1996)
    Volume 8.1 (April 1996)
    Volume 7.2 (October 1995)
    Volume 7.1 (April 1995)
    Volume 6.2 (October 1994)
    Volume 6.1 (April 1994)
    Volume 5.2 (October 1993)
    Volume 5.1 (April 1993)
    Volume 4.2 (October 1992)
    Volume 4.1 (April 1992)
    Volume 3.1 (October 1991)
    Volume 2.2 (April 1991)
    Volume 2.1 (October 1990)
    Volume 1.2 (April 1990)
    Volume 1.1 (Fall 1989)

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    And see AMIR'sAlphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Middle Eastern Studies

    Studies in Rabbinic Hebrew

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    Studies in Rabbinic Hebrew
    Shai Heijmans (ed.)
    Studies in Rabbinic Hebrew
    This volume presents a collection of articles centring on the language of the Mishnah and the Talmud – the most important Jewish texts (after the Bible), which were compiled in Palestine and Babylonia in the latter centuries of Late Antiquity. Despite the fact that Rabbinic Hebrew has been the subject of growing academic interest across the past century, very little scholarship has been written on it in English.

    Studies in Rabbinic Hebrew addresses this lacuna, with eight lucid but technically rigorous articles written in English by a range of experienced scholars, focusing on various aspects of Rabbinic Hebrew: its phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics and lexicon. This volume is essential reading for students and scholars of Rabbinic studies alike, and constitutes the second in a new series, Studies in Semitic Languages and Cultures, in collaboration with the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge.

    Introduction Download
    Shai Heijmans
    1. Rabba and Rava, ʾAbba and ʾAva: Spelling, Pronunciation and Meaning Download
    Yochanan Breuer
    2. The Vocalisation of MS Cambridge of the Mishnah: An Encounter Between Traditions Download
    Yehudit Henshke
    3. Adjacency Pairs and Argumentative Steps in The Halakhic Give-and-Take Conversations in The Mishnah Download
    Rivka Shemesh-Raiskin
    4. Tannaitic Aramaic: Methodological Remarks and a Test Case Download
    Christian Stadel
    5. Rabbinic Entries in R. Judah Ibn-Tibbon's Translation of Duties of the Hearts Download
    Barak Avirbach
    6. The Distinction Between Branches of Rabbinic Hebrew in Light of the Hebrew of the Late Midrash Download
    Yehonatan Wormser
    7. Two Textual Versions of Psiqata of the Ten Commandments Download
    Shlomi Efrati
    8. Vowel Reduction in Greek Loanwords in the Mishnah: The Phenomenon and Its Significance Download
    Shai Heijmans
    Contributors
    About the Publishing Team
    Index

    Open Access Journal: Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections

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    Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections
    ISSN: 1944-2815
    The Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections (JAEI) is a scholarly publication integrating Egyptology with Mediterranean, Near Eastern, and African studies—providing a dedicated venue for this growing field of interdisciplinary and inter-area research. ISSN: 1944-2815
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    JAEI is included in numerous indices and databases, such as:
    ALTA Religion Database, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS, and the Online Egyptological Bibliography.
     Other volumes behind paywall

    Table of Contents

    Articles

    2017

    2014

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