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Digital Classicist London 2020 seminars

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Digital Classicist London 2020 seminars
This year the Digital Classicist London seminars will all be streamed online only; the audience will watch on YouTube (either live or any time after the event) rather than attend in Senate House in person.

All seminars will be at 17:30 on Friday afternoons (except June 19, at 16:30).

Fri, Jun 5 Thea Sommerschield (Oxford), PYTHIA: a deep neural network model for the automatic restoration of ancient Greek inscriptions(YouTube)Fri, Jun 12 William Garrood (KCL), Late antique prosopography and Socrates Scholasticus’ Ecclesiastical history(YouTube)Fri, Jun 19, 16:30 Marton Ribary (Surrey) and Barbara McGillivray (Alan Turing Institute & Cambridge), “The thing is mine”: Extracting the terminology of the Roman law of “ownership” from Justinian’s Digest(YouTube)Fri, Jun 26 John Bradley (KCL), Digital Prosopography of the Roman Republic as Linked Open Data(YouTube)Fri, Jul 10 Harry Tanner (Galway), A Digital ‘Metal Detector’ for Classical Philology(YouTube)Fri, Jul 17 Charlotte Tupman (Exeter), Reconsidering the Roman workshop: Applying machine learning to the study of inscribing texts(YouTube)Fri, Jul 24 Claire Holleran (Exeter), Mapping Migration in Roman Iberia(YouTube)Fri, Jul 31 Andrew Roberts (English Heritage), My Roman Pantheon: experiential digital interpretation at Chesters Roman Fort(YouTube)

ALL WELCOME

The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society (AIAS) Links

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The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society (AIAS) Links 
AIAS

Armchair Archaeology

As you know, archaeological fieldwork in Israel has been suspended and travel restrictions are currently in place, due to the Corvid-19 situation. But you can still enjoy all the splendors of the region’s archaeological heritage, from the comfort of your own home. Here are a few suggestions.

Visit Megiddo
Drop into the front of a virtual tour of the ancient city of Megiddo: https://www.parks.org.il/en/new/take-a-virtual-tour-to-the-ancient-city-of-megiddo/

The Israel Museum is closed. So come on in!
The Israel Museum has developed a self-guided tour with panoramic views for you to enjoy.
But if you prefer to be lead by experts, you can learn about ‘Ramadan Nights: Sweet Dates and Symbolic Palm Trees’ from Liza Lurie, Curator of Islamic Art and Archaeology – or listen to Sharon Weiser-Ferguson and Eran Lederman explain the history of isolation in ‘Seated in Seclusion’.
https://tours.imj.org.il/en/the-museum-and-its-exhibitions/

One museum not enough?
Have we given you the travel bug yet? You can always swing over to the Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East, and catch up with some wall reliefs from ancient Lachish and an Iron Age Israelite house.

Or head over to London, and the British Museum. There’s virtual tours of their many galleries to enjoy, including those covering the Levant, or a fascinating set of audio guides (and yes, the siege of Lachish features here too). They also do an excellent series of podcasts.

While there, you might as well stop by the British Library. They have a project called ‘Discovering Sacred Texts’, where you can enjoy the richness and diversity of around 300 texts from their collection, reflecting some of the world’s greatest faiths. Highlights include the 4th-century CE Codex Sinaiticus, one of the earliest Christian Bibles, the Ma’il Quran from the 8th century, and the first complete Mishnah from 1492.

You can explore these by theme, read articles and watch videos that help contextualise the material, or just delve into the individual object records. There’s some great online teaching resources as well.

Explore the Ben Ezra Synagogue

Perhaps you’d like to see the world-famous Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo in fabulous 3D, complete with architectural and decorative detail? It was here that the astonishing Geniza documents were once stored. AIAS members visited this  collection of documents in Cambridge last summer and look forward to returning soon. https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=9sXzU9yY1gw

The Vatican’s Lapidarium
After stopping in Egypt, fly over to Rome to experience an extraordinary close-up view of the famous collection of Jewish funerary inscriptions recovered from Rome’s Jewish catacombs in the late 19th century.
http://www.museivaticani.va/content/museivaticani/en/collezioni/musei/lapidario-ebraico/video.html

Read all about it!
Back home? There are lots of great new books out there archaeology of Israel to discover. Obviously we can’t tell you about them all. But here’s a few that have caught our eye lately, that we think you might find of interest.

The Palestine Exploration Fund has just published a new book by Ken Dark, ‘Roman Period and Byzantine Nazareth and its Hinterland’. 

Note that AIAS members are entitled to a 20% discount off this title, as well as 20% of all Routledge/Taylor & Francis books. Click here to visit our members-only part of the website, where you can get your discount codes. Note that this part of the website is password protected – contact our secretary at secretary@aias.org.uk if you are a current member, but have forgotten, or not yet received your password.

Staying on the theme of iconic sites, another fresh title is R. Sparks, B. Wagemakers, B. Finlayson and J. Briffa eds, ‘Digging up Jericho: Past, Present, Future’. This looks at old and new excavations at the site, as well as the management of the cultural heritage of the wider Jericho oasis.

If you find the history of archaeological excavations as interesting as we do, you might enjoy M.L. Steiner and B. Wagemaker’s account of the work of Dutch Archaeologist, Henk Franken – ‘Digging up the Bible? The Excavations at Tell Deir Alla, Jordan (1960-1967)‘.

Or if it is thrills, spills and devious political machinations of past excavations that take your fancy, why not check out Eric Cline’s new book, ‘Digging up Armageddon? The Search for the Lost City of Solomon’. This is the story about Megiddo that they didn’t want you to know.

And yes, 2020 does seem to be the year of books titled ‘Digging up so-and-so’. It’s like buses; there are none for ages, then they all come along together.

Finally, the CREWS project have recently published a new book on ancient writing systems: ‘Understanding Relations Between Scripts II. Early Alphabets’. Edited by P. Steele and P.J. Boyes, if you are interested in the development and use of early alphabets, from the Levant and Egypt to the Mediterranean world, then this might be the book for you.

Excavations in Israel and other useful links

OK, so nobody is digging right now. But we hope to be able to dust off our trowels and take to the field again sometime in the not-so-distant future. So keep your eyes peeled for news of projects starting up again, and new opportunities to take part in excavations.
Although the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society does not organize any digs in Israel itself, there are many excavations available that invite volunteer participation – and lots of places to find out about them. Volunteers should be in good physical condition and be able to work long hours in very hot weather. Each expedition will have its own accommodation arrangements and a fee is often charged. Most expeditions offer lectures on subjects related to the excavation, occasional trips in the area to sites and/or museums and some offer course credits.

Please note that the Society does not advise on or recommend specific digs nor can it accept any responsibility for the information given in the links below. Volunteers will need to correspond directly with the dig organizers. Any questions, comments or correspondence must be directed to the dig director and not the Society. Having said that, we hope you will find something to suit you and that you have a wonderful time on your chosen dig.

Archaeological Institute of America
The AIA provides an Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin that you can search online. 
This is updated regularly throughout the year.

Biblical Archaeology Society
This site is run by the Biblical Archaeology Society and covers digs in Europe as well as in Israel and the Levant. It gives a comprehensive listing, an in-depth description of each dig including its location, historical and Biblical significance, what you will be doing while on the dig and information on the dig directors and professors who will lead the project.

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Details of the Archaeology Institute at the Hebrew University’s current digs and links to the relevant site.

Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs also provides an annual list of archaeological expeditions which accept volunteers.

Other useful links:

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology website gives details of current digs, recent publications and research and information about the Institute’s library. The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society is affiliated to the Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

British Friends of the Hebrew University
The British Friends of the Hebrew University (BFHU) is a national charity which raises funds for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the UK and promotes its breakthroughs and discoveries.


British Association of Near Eastern ArchaeologyBANEA was founded in 1988 with the following objectives:
To promote the study of the archaeology, history, and languages of the ancient Near East at all levels; to provide a forum for discussion, and for the dissemination of information on these topics; and to enhance the provision of opportunities for such studies in Britain.


Council for British Research in the Levant
The CBRL supports and develops British research in the Levant. It supports scholars in the fields of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences through its grant awards scheme and Post-doctoral Fellowships. Its regional centres are in Amman and Jerusalem.


Israel Antiquities Authority
The Israel Antiquities Authority is responsible for all excavations in Israel.


Jewish Historical Society
The Jewish Historical Society is the oldest historical and learned society of its kind in Europe. The Society, based in London, has active branches in a number of centres and meets regularly with lectures on a wide range of subjects relating to Anglo-Jewish history, and publishes its biennial transactions known as Jewish Historical Studies. Several of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society’s Manchester lectures are held in conjunction with the JHSE Manchester branch.


Levantine Ceramics Project
This project was set up to create an open-source website of pottery in the Levant dating from the Neolithic to the Ottoman period.


Palestine Exploration Fund
The purpose of the PEF is to promote research into the archaeology and history, manners and customs and culture, topography, geology and natural sciences of biblical Palestine and the Levant. They have offices in London, where you will find their research collections of artefacts, photographs and field records.


Tel Aviv University
This university hosts the Institute of Archaeology and Department of Archaeology & Ancient Near Eastern Civilization.

Open Access Journal: Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica

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[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2017, updated 22 May 2020]

Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica
Our online journal Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica (StRBS) offers scholars the opportunity of publishing textual studies conducted according to the procedures of biblical and Semitic rhetorical analysis, as well as research on the rules of this specific rhetoric.

The texts to be studied are above all biblical ones, both those of the Hebrew Bible written in Semitic languages, Hebrew but also Aramaic, and the books of the New Testament redacted in Greek but by authors, who were so immersed in the scripture of Israel, that they composed their texts in the manner of the authors of the First Testament.

Other texts written in Semitic languages may be studied in the same way, in particular that of the Qur’an.

Moreover, texts written in non-Semitic languages, which may be seen to have been composed according to the rules of biblical rhetoric, e.g. the Rule of St. Benedict in Latin or the Pensées of Pascal in French, may be considered to resemble in some way the texts of the New Testament authors.

For the authors, the advantage of this type of publication is that their studies can be up-dated at any time.

For the reader, the advantage is that the documents may be saved on disk.

In the case of studies already printed, the Copyright obviously belongs to the publisher; in other cases, it belongs to Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica.


25. Table ronde de 23 mars 2007 (Paris):
26. Table ronde du 10 mai 2007 (Rome):
27. XVI° Congress of the ISHR (Strasburg, July 2007):
29. XVII° Congress of the ISHR (Montreal, July 22-26, 2009):
38. XX° Congress of the ISHR (Tübingen, July 28-31, 2015):
39. XX° Congress of the ISHR (Tübingen, July 28-31, 2015):

Open Access Journal: Papyrus (Dansk Ægyptologisk Selskab)

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[First posted in AWOL 8 June 2010. Updated 22 May 2020]

Papyrus (Dansk Ægyptologisk Selskab)
ISSN 0903-4714
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Nr. 23/1, 2003

Puntland: En stat med fortid? En stat med fremtid? Bo Dahl Hermansen 4
Den ægyptiske kunsts egenart og permanens Peter Esser 8
Fortællinger fra faraos hof Annette Lerstrup 18
Tatovering i det gamle Ægypten Eugène Warmenbol 26
Det ægyptiske museum 1902-2002 Lise Manniche 30
Amenophis III og Merenptah: et nyt museum Lise Manniche 35
De ægyptiske samlinger i Oslo og Bergen Anders Bettum og Pål Steiner 38


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Nr. 23/2, 2003– læs på nettet

Hittitisk arkitektur i Ramsesbyen? Edgar Pusch 4
Maiherperis gravudstyr Lise Manniche 16
Kerma – dødekult i Nubien Tine Bagh og Paul John Frandsen 26
Den største tragedie i arkæologiens historie? Bo Dahl Hermansen 42
Kampen om faraonerne Torben Holm-Rasmussen 50
DÆS fylder 25 år



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Nr. 24/01, 2004 – læs på nettet

Ekskrementer og mad: Ægypternes forestilling om det onde Paul John Frandsen 4
En lyres omtumlede tilværelse Lise Manniche 16
På klods i det gamle Ægypten Henriette Koefoed 22
At rejse med firhjulstrækker i den vestlige ørken Christian Tilly 30
Ægypten på museum Lise Manniche 38
Blandede uvidenskabelige erindringer om Karl-G. Prasse Anne Zeeberg og Suzanne Pelch 42


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Nr. 24/2, 2004 – læs på nettet

En sag om forveksling J. R. Harris 4
Miau – min kat taler oldægyptisk Elin Rand Nielsen 14
Forskningsfondens Venner Lise Manniche 25
Det potentielt farlige motiv Josephine Burr 26
International ægyptologikongres IX, 6. – 12. september 2004 i Grenoble Tine Bagh 35


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Nr. 25/1, 2005– læs på nettet

Hungersnødsstelen Paul John Frandsen 4
Litteraturens troldmænd Lise Manniche 12
Et personligt minde om Amenhotpe 3. J.R. Harris 18
Aten min fader J.R. Harris 21
Valdemar Schmidt, Danmarks første ægyptolog Torben Holm-Rasmussen 26
Mønter i det romerske Ægypten Erik Christiansen 34
Tutankhamons ansigter Lise Manniche 38
Druer før og nu Lise Manniche 44


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Nr. 25/2, 2005– læs på nettet

Amenhotpe 4.s tronfølge J. R. Harris 4
En kuriøs ikonografisk detalje J. R. Harris 12
Nyopstillingen på Nationalmuseet af Den nære Orient – set med ægyptiske briller Tine Bagh 18
En omdiskuteret plante Annie Vedelsby 30
Mosaikker, pilgrimme og Sinai-bjergets højere syn i det 6. århundrede Ole Herslund 34
Memnonianoter Lise Manniche 41


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Nr. 26/1, 2006 – læs på nettet

Mellemste Rige i Meir Lise Manniche 4
Petries kort over byen Kahun og de store huse – fortolkning eller overfortolkning? Hans Vilhardt 14
Augustus – farao i Ægypten og kejser i Rom Jan Brix 22
Assyriologiens historie i Danmark Jakob Flygare 28
Judas-evangeliet Paul John Frandsen 34


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Nr. 26/2, 2006-læs på nettet

Nogle betragtninger over slangeguden i Historien om den skibbrudne sømand Hans Kiesow 4
Den 2. pylon i Karnak og Nefertitis piller Lise Manniche 22
Alexandria dukker op af havet – myter bliver levende Tine Bagh 18
Ægyptens fugle – dengang og nu Annie Vedelsby 28
Ægyptologi i Australien Lise Manniche 34
Shenute – en ægyptisk Elias Paul John Frandsen 36
Konference i Portugal Lise Manniche 46


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Nr. 27/1, 2007 – læs på nettet

To obelisker rejst for Amenhotpe 4. J.R. Harris 4
Wadi Hammamat Mette Gregersen 12
Nye tider Tine Bagh 24
Diokletian i Ægypten Lise Manniche 32
Kampen om de fattiges sjæl Paul John Frandsen 36
Nyt om Punt Lise Manniche 47


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Nr. 27/2, 2007– læs på nettet

Akhenatens kolosser i Karnak Lise Manniche 4
Hatshepsuts mumie og historien om en løs tand Kim Ryholt 18
Historieforvrængning J. R. Harris 24
Med en dansk forfatter i Ægypten Torben Holm-Rasmussen 30
Myter og musik Paul John Frandsen 38
Stine Rossel in memoriam Lise Manniche Bo Dahl Hermansen 43


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Nr. 28/1, 2008 – læs på nettet

Ægypten – et renommé i forfald Kim Ryholt 4
Apropos Nefertiti (1): Hvem var Nefertiti? J. R. Harris 10
Et meget fromt dyr Antonia Vedelsby 18
Kongressen på Rhodos Lise Manniche 22
Tutankhamon med mere i London Tine Bagh 28
Den gode krig: om kushiternes invasion Paul John Frandsen 32


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Nr. 28/2, 2008 – læs på nettet

Libyerne i oldtidens Ægypten. Fra undertrykte naboer til faraoner Kim Ryholt 4
Smenkhkara Resartus J.R. Harris 14
Taposiris Magna Lise Manniche 24
Kongeideologi i det ptolemæiske Ægypten. Farao eller basileus? Jan Brix 34
Ægypten i Indien Tine Bagh 41
Frøen Ingeborg Thaanum Carlsen 49
DÆS jubilæum Lise Manniche 51


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Nr. 29/1, 2009 – læs på nettet

Det store grønne Lise Manniche 4
Ægyptiske kongenavne Kim Ryholt 14
Småt er godt – ægyptiske amuletter på Nationalmuseet Tine Bagh 26
Munken Marina. Om den hellige Marina fra Bithynien Annette Lerstrup 34
Skriverskolen i Ramesseum Lise Manniche 40


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Nr. 29/2, 2009– læs på nettet

Obeliskafstøbninger i Thorvaldsens Museum Thomas Christiansen 4
Fra fajanceskår til kolossale statuer fra Memfis: Petrie Projektet Tine Bagh 14
Venskab i det gamle Ægypten Dennis Skjalm 26
Alabastkapellerne i Karnak Lise Manniche 32
Ægyptens gåder – anmeldelse af BBCs TV-serie Bo Dahl Hermansen 42
Nekrolog – dr.theol. Søren Giversen Tage Petersen 51


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Nr. 30/1, 2010– læs på nettet

Den legendariske kong Nechepsos: På sporet af en gådefuld konge Kim Ryholt 4
Processionsvejene i Karnak Lise Manniche 14
Ægyptiske hymner og deres rituelle funktion Jørgen Podemann Sørensen 28
Ægteskab og incest i det østlige middelhavsområde Paul John Frandsen 32
Neues Museum i Berlin genindviet Lise Manniche 42


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Nr. 30/2, 2010– læs på nettet

Fantomer i ørkensandet: Albert Gayets udgravninger i Antinoöpolis Troels Myrup Kristensen 4
Et minde om Amarna-tiden? J.R. Harris 12
Duften af Amarna Lise Manniche 24
Hofmænd og hårnåle Dennis Skjalm 34


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Nr. 31/1, 2011– læs på nettet

Mykerinos’ triader Johnny Barth 4
Haremsliv i slutningen af 18. dynasti Lise Manniche 14
Mumiebind i danske samlinger Thomas Christiansen 28
Isis-templet i Pompeji: N. Popidius Ampliatus’ ægyptiske gave Kristian Reinfjord 36


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Nr. 31/2, 2011– læs på nettet

En kort historisk oversigt over Fortællingen om Sinuhe Richard B. Parkinson 4
Petrie-projektet på Glyptoteket: status Tine Bagh 14
Monstre i ørkenranden: væsner udenfor kategori Ole Herslund 26
Oplevelser i den græsk-romerske by Tebtunis Kim Ryholt 34
Boganmeldelse: Obeliskteknik Lise Manniche
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Nr. 32/1, 2012– læs på nettet

“Rettidig omhu”: Tutankhamon i spejlet Lise Manniche 4
De fire store skrin fra Tutankhamons grav Mette Gregersen 14
Ægyptologen og “Astronomien” i Vejen Paul John Frandsen 30
Dagbog fra Gurob Tine Bagh 36


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Nr. 32/2, 2012 – læs på nettet

Osiris’ grav og tempel på Biga Lise Manniche 4
Kongen på rejse Frederik Hagen 16
Edfu-pyramide-projektet Gregory Marouard og Hratch Papazian 24
Digitalt stenbrud Lise Manniche 38


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Nr. 33/1, 2013 – læs på nettet

Horos-arkivet Thomas Christiansen 4
Ain el-Labakha Lise Manniche 10
Ægypten i Cuba Tine Bagh 28
Var Jesus gift? Rune Nyord 34


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pap1302forside Nr. 33/2, 2013– læs på nettet

At kortlægge det evige liv Jørgen Podemann Sørensen 4
Antinoupolis James B. Heidel 12
Ægyptisk porfyr til romerske kejsere Lise Manniche 22
Fokus på Zoëga Paul John Frandsen 38


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Papyrus 13 01 forside Nr. 34/1, 2014 – læs på nettet 

‘Ikke rovlystent som romerne, ikke snakkesaligt som grækerne …’ Georg Zoëga og ægyptologien Paul John Frandsen 4
Zawiyet Umm el-Rakham: Fortet ved verdens ende Nicky Nielsen 18
Mentumose – manden og medjay-lederen Rune Olsen 28
Et godt år for Kim Ryholt Lise Manniche 38
Ægyptologi, pengesorger og stokfisk Paul John Frandsen 40


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pap1402forsidethumb Nr. 34/2, 2014 – læs på nettet

Taharqas tempel i Kawa Tine Bagh 4
Musik uden grænser Lise Manniche 18
Farao og israelitterne i Petra Bo Dahl Hermansen 34
Kyskhedstræ Lise Manniche 42










pap1501omslagthumb Nr. 35/1, 2015 – læs på nettet

Monumenter og stenbrud: Gebel el-Silsilas arkæologi Maria Nilsson og John Ward 4
Brikker til et puslespil: en thebansk grav i Bankessamlingen i Kingston Lacy Lise Manniche 16
“Mennesket” bag mennesket: Det oldægyptiske ka-begreb Rune Nyord 30
Osiris er opstanden! Lise Manniche 38
Akhnaton i Antwerpen Paul John Frandsen 42


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Suez-kanalen før og nu Bo Dahl Hermansen 4
Placenta: en overset komponent i ægypternes personlighed Lise Manniche 10
Personlige relationer i det græsk-romerske Ægypten: om “Social Network Analysis” og dens relevans for ægyptologien Lena Tambs 22
En Århushistorie Thomas Christiansen 31
Horus under Peterskirken Lise Manniche 34
Mogens Jørgensen og Begyndelsen til det hele Tine Bagh 37


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pap1601forsidethumb Nr. 36/1, 2016 – læs på nettet

Amenhotep IV’s tempel i Sesebi Lise Manniche 4
Øjeblikket og flodhesten: Om oldægyptiske tidsopfattelser Rune Nyord 20
De romerske mumieportrætters historie og funktion Louise Alkjær 28
Tutankhamon-konference i Cairo Tine Bagh 36
Den hierosymbolske indskrift på Rundetårn Thomas Christiansen 38


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Nr. 36/2, 2016 – læs på nettet

Skaktgravene i Wadi Bairiya. Den Glitrende Atens hustruer og hofdamer og deres familiegrave Piers Litherland 4
Papyrus Carlsberg 8: Ægyptiske øjenremedier i den senere medicinske tradition Sofie Schiødt 18
Barselstrommer Lise Manniche 26
Nekrolog: Anne Zeeberg Paul John Frandsen 42
Tilbage til Sesebi Lise Manniche 43


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Nr. 37/1, 2017 – læs på nettet

Dokki Gel: et møde mellem ægyptisk og afrikansk arkitektur Dominique Valbelle og Séverine Marchi 4
Tutankhamons salvekrukker Lise Manniche 14
Mumiernes indre Anne Haslund Hansen 28
Apis-templet i Frederiksberg Have Thomas Christiansen 32
3. Tutankhamonkonference i Cairo Lise Manniche 36


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Nr. 37/2, 2017 – læs på nettet

Tolvmilelandet – det tabte landskab Lise Manniche 4
De erotiske figurer fra de hellige dyrs gravplads i Sakkara Philippe Derchain† 22
Koptisk kyskhed Paul John Frandsen 30
Historien bag børnebogen Prinsen der kendte sin skæbne Lise Manniche 40


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Nr. 38/1, 2018 Festskrift til Lise Manniche

#SheToo – Isis, Filologia og Lise Manniche Paul John Frandsen 4
Kulturkamp og ægypterier – historien om et dansk bygningsværk fra 1920erne Anne Haslund Hansen 12
Decius Mundus Affæren – forklædt som gud Kim Ryholt 16
Min sæd er dannet og jeg har fået vejret Jørgen Podemann Sørensen 20
“Nye” Amarnafund på Glyptoteket Tine Bagh 24
Et nyt tempelarkiv fra Det Nye Rige Fredrik Norland Hagen 30
Det indre og det ydre: Om oldægyptiske afbildningsbegreber Rune Nyord 34
DÆS 40 år Torben Holm-Rasmussen 38
Nr. 38/2, 2018 

Ægyptens forunderlige dyreverden set gennem kunstnerens øjne Linda Evans 4
I begyndelsen var øllet… Lise Manniche 18
Magiske fortællinger fra Ægypten. Om temaet magi i Fortællingerne ved kong Cheops’ hof og Khaemwase og mumien Ida Adsbøl Christensen 32
En ægyptisk krukke i Fredensborg Slotshave Thomas Christiansen 42
Nr. 39/1, 2019 

Gudens hånd Lise Manniche 4
Choachytter i København Ida Adsbøl Christensen og Kim Ryholt 16
Kvindesymbolik i thebanske privatgrave Reinert Skumsnes 24
Fællesbade i Ægypten Lise Manniche 32
Nr. 39/2, 2019 

Tutankhamons evighed Lise Manniche 4
Verden i en skål. Bemalet fajance fra det Ny Rige Rune Nyord 18
Frøens rolle i det gamle Ægypten Mette Gregersen 32
To konferencer i London Tine Bagh og Lise Manniche 42

Open Access Journal: Cahiers des études anciennes

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 [First posted in AWOL 12 April 2010. Updated 23 May 2020]

Cahiers des études anciennes
ISSN electronic edition: 1923-2713
ISSN print edition: 0317-5065

Fondés en 1972 et dirigés jusqu’en 2004 par le professeur Pierre Senay de l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, les Cahiers des études anciennes sont la seule publication francophone du domaine en Amérique du Nord. Ils sont maintenant publiés conjointement par le Département d’études anciennes et de sciences des religions de l’Université d’Ottawa et l’Institut d’études anciennes de l’Université Laval.

Les Cahiers publient chaque année un numéro thématique placé sous les auspices d’un éditeur ad hoc, spécialiste reconnu du domaine abordé. L’éditeur s’entoure de plusieurs savants dans une perspective pluridisciplinaire : les sujets peuvent être abordés sous l’angle littéraire, historique, philologique, archéologique, philosophique, religieux, mythologique, artistique, etc. et couvrir l’ensemble de la période antique, des origines à l’Antiquité tardive. L’éditeur fait parfois appel à des écrivains, philosophes, intellectuels contemporains pour élargir le champ de la réflexion.

Cahiers d’études anciennes est une revue en libre accès. Quatre numéros sont d’ores et déjà consultables en texte intégral...


Open Access Journal: Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae

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 [First posted in AWOL 21 June 2016, updated 23 May 2020]

Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae
ISSN:0302-7384
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„Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae” powołano do życia w roku 1973 w ówczesnej Katedrze Filologii Klasycznej UAM jako pismo periodyczne poznańskiego środowiska naukowego filologów klasycznych, otwarte również dla innych ośrodków filologicznych w Polsce oraz dla przedstawicieli pozostałych dyscyplin naukowych, zajmujących się antykiem greckim i rzymskim. Założycielem czasopisma i redaktorem pierwszych tomów był prof. Jan Wikarjak. Redaktorami prowadzącymi „Symbolae” byli i są stale profesorowie filologii klasycznej UAM. Artykuły w SPhP są drukowane w języku polskim, a także, od samego początku, część z nich ukazuje się w językach zachodnioeuropejskich oraz w języku łacińskim. Pojawiają się także autorzy z zagranicznych ośrodków naukowych. Wszystkie artykuły zaopatrzone są w abstrakty oraz summaria w językach obcych. Drukowane są tylko prace oryginalne, które przejdą pomyślnie proces recenzji.
2019

Czysta propaganda, czy wielka sztuka, patriotyzm i obywatelskie zaangażowanie – jak Ajschylos oraz Eurypides używali swoich fabuł, by wspomóc Ateńską politykę wobec sojuszników

Olga Śmiechowicz
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Puszkin i Owidiusz

Gerson Schade
105-117

Dlaczego Owidiusz? Postmodernistyczne biografie alternatywne wielkiego poety

Anna Gawarecka
119-133

Tom 29 Nr 1 (2019)


2017

Vol 27, Nr 3 (2017)

Special Issue

Specjalny numer czasopisma „Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium” w wersji angielskiej – typ zadania: stworzenie anglojęzycznych wersji wydawanych publikacji finansowane w ramach umowy 507/P–DUN/2016 ze środków Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniająca naukę. 




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Open Access Journal: CHS Research Bulletin

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CHS Research Bulletin
ISSN: 2329-0137
The CHS Research Bulletin (ISSN 2329-0137) is an e-journal dedicated to work of current fellows at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC.
The Center for Hellenic Studies publishes two issues each year to correspond with the biannual research symposia in December and April. During these events, fellows present their research in progress before an audience of faculty and students. The CHS Research Bulletin contains the fellows’ symposium papers and videos of their presentations.
The CHS Research Bulletin website also includes a blog featuring shorter contributions by fellows.

Open Access Journal: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici

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Analecta Romana Instituti Danici
P-ISSN: 0066-1392
E-ISSN: 2035-2506
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Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publicerer studier indenfor Instituttets hovedforskningsområder: humanistiske studier (f. eks. antikhistorie, arkæologi kunsthistorie, historie, litteratur, filologi), billedkunst og arkitektur. Siden 2008 udkommer tidskriftet både i en papir- og en digital udgave.
Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publishes studies within the main range of the Academy's research activities: the humanities (e.g. ancient history, archaeology, art history, history, literature, philology), the fine arts and architecture. Since 2008 the journal is published both on paper and on-line.
La rivista Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) pubblica studi nell'ambito dei settori principali di indagine dell'Accademia di Danimarca: la ricerca umanistica (storia antica, archeologia, storia dell'arte, storia, letteratura, filologia), le arti figurative e l'architettura. A cominciare da 2008 ANALECTA è pubblicata ancheonline.
XLIII 2018


Maurizio Paoletti
"Kleom(b)rotos, figlio di Dexilaos, (mi) dedicò". L'offerta di un atleta vincitore ad Olimpia nel santuario di Francavilla Marittima
Jan Kindberg Jacobsen, Peter Attema, Carmelo Colelli, Francesca Ipp olito, Gloria Mittica, Sine Grove Saxkjær
The Bronze and Iron Age habitation on Timpone della Motta in the light of recent research
Daniel Damgaard
Architectural Terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples on the Later Forum of Ostia
Archaic Ostia Revisited
Christine Jeanneret
Making Opera in Migration. Giuseppe Sarti's Danish Recipe for Italian Opera
Nikola D. Bellucci
Danici sodales. Schow e Zoëga nel carteggio Baffi (e Baffi nel carteggio Zoëga).
Analisi e confronti
Marianne Saabye
P.S. Krøyer, Pasquale Fosca and the Neapolitan art scene
Anna Wegener
Italian Translations of Scandinavian Literature in the Interwar Period:
A Bibliographic Overview

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Gloria Mittica & Nicoletta Perrone
Espressioni votive e rituali nel Santuario arcaico di Timpone della Motta.
Le novità dagli scavi DIR 2017
Domenico A. M. Marino & Carmelo Colelli
Crotone.
Lo scavo urbano di Fondo Gesù
XLII - 2017

Sine Grove Saxkjær
The Emergence and Marking of Ethnic Identities: Case Studies from the Sibaritide Region
Alessia Di Santi
From Egypt to Copenhagen. The Provenance of the Portraits of Augustus, Livia, and Tiberius at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Lars Boje Mortensen
The Canons of the Medieval Literature from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century
Søren Kaspersen
Body Language and Theology in the Sistine Ceiling. A Reconsideration of the Augustinian Thesis
Nicholas Stanley-Price
The Myth of Catholic Prejudice against Protestant Funerals in Eighteenth- Century Rome
Annika Skaarup Larsen
Bertel Thorvaldsen and Zeuxis: The Assembling Artist
Kaspar Thormod
Depicting People in Rome: Contemporary Examples of Portaiture in the Work of International Artists
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Open Access Journal: Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean

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Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean
ISSN: 1309-3924 
e-ISSN: 2651-5059
GEPHYRA is an open access online journal compiled by the Research Centre for Mediterranean Languages and Cultures of Akdeniz University to publish contributions from all fields of research into Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean, insofar as they shed new light on the history and culture of this geographical and historical region. Epigraphic, archaeological, numismatic and art historical contributions, commented and evaluated material presentations, as well as historical reflections and essays are all equally welcome.
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The content of this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Please contact the publisher to purchase print volumes of Gephyra before No.15 via http://www.arkeolojisanat.com
2020
  1. The Ancient Routes and New Lycian Inscriptions around Fethiye
    Sayfalar 1 - 32
    Fatih ONUR , Ş. Recai TEKOĞLU
  2. Vier Brüder, ein Grab: Rekonstruktion und Interpretation von I.Milet VI 2, 783
    Sayfalar 33 - 44
    Karin WIEDERGUT
  3. An Idol-shaped Stele with an Old Phrygian Inscription in the Territory of Nakoleia
    Sayfalar 45 - 67
    Rahşan TAMSÜ POLAT , Yusuf POLAT , Alexander LUBOTSKY
  4. Vom Symbol zum Ebenbild: Die Entstehung des Münzporträts in der griechisch-persischen Tradition
    Sayfalar 69 - 99
    Wilhelm MÜSELER
  5. Emperor Tiberius and His praecipua legionum cura in a New Bronze Tablet from AD 14
    Sayfalar 101 - 110
    Peter ROTHENHOEFER
  6. Dionysiac Associations among the Dedicants of Hosios kai Dikaios Revisiting Recently Published Inscriptions from the Mihalıççık District in North-West Galatia
    Sayfalar 111 - 133
    Altay COŞKUN
  7. The Location of Mount Masa on the Northern Border of Hellenistic Lycia
    Sayfalar 135 - 164
    Fatih ONUR
  8. Two New Milestones from the Territory of Juliopolis
    Sayfalar 165 - 172
    Fatma AVCU
  9. New Inscriptions from the Museum of Eskişehir
    Sayfalar 173 - 188
    Büşra KARABULUT
  10. Neue Weihungen an Hosios kai Dikaios aus dem Museum von Eskişehir
    Sayfalar 189 - 230
    Nalan Eda AKYÜREK ŞAHİN , Hüseyin UZUNOĞLU
  11. A Mid-Byzantine Metal Stamp from Bursa Archaeological Museum
    Sayfalar 231 - 243
    Zeynep Sencan ALTINOLUK

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The Book of Ben Sira

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The Book of Ben Sira
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Welcome to www.bensira.org, the website devoted to the ancient and medieval Hebrew manuscripts of the book of Ben Sira. These documents, which are housed in Cambridge, Oxford, London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, and Jerusalem, are here presented in a single platform, to allow the scholar and the interested layperson to view these precious texts. To learn more about the remarkable recovery of the once-lost Hebrew original of Ben Sira, and its presentation at our website, click on 'Introduction'. To proceed directly to the images of the disparate manuscripts, click on 'View the Manuscripts'. We invite you to explore, peruse the website, and learn more about the book of Ben Sira, its contents, and its textual history.




ASCSA publications in JSTOR's COVID-19 collection

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 ASCSA publications in JSTOR's COVID-19 collection


In our continuing efforts to support individuals and institutions during the COVID-19 crisis, American School of Classical Studies at Athens Publications is pleased to announce expanded access to material!
On JSTOR, in addition to Hesperia articles from 2012 onward, all volumes in our Agora, Corinth, and Hesperia Supplement series are now freely available for institutions and individuals. Further, we're happy to share that all our e-books have been entered into a COVID-19 collection, allowing institutions that do not currently subscribe to JSTOR to have access to this content.

Grenzen, Räume und Identitäten: Der Oberrhein und seine Nachbarregionen von der Antike bis zum Hochmittelalter

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Grenzen, Räume und Identitäten: Der Oberrhein und seine Nachbarregionen von der Antike bis zum Hochmittelalter 
Sebastian Brather , Jürgen Dendorfer (Hrsg.)
 Grenzen, Räume und Identitäten
Archäologie und Geschichte – Freiburger Forschungen zum ersten Jahrtausend in Südwestdeutschland
 
Ein neuer, möglichst unvoreingenommener Blick auf räumliche Strukturen erweist sich als entscheidende Voraussetzung, um die Forschung von starren Vorannahmen und Modellen zu lösen. Damit gelingt es, bisherige und notgedrungen stark vereinfachende Leiterzählungen durch komplexe Rekonstruktionen zu ersetzen. Jenseits großer Linien erweisen sich räumliche Beziehungen und Strukturen als flexibel und veränderlich. Die in diesem Band versammelten Beiträge unterstreichen, wie unterschiedlich Ansätze und Perspektiven ausfallen können, auch wenn sie sich mit dem scheinbar selbstverständlichen „Raum“ befassen. In dieser Öffnung jenseits deterministischer Raumbegriffe und -vorstellungen, die auch die Geographie längst vollzogen hat, liegen neue Chancen archäologischer und historischer Studien.
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Titelei
Sebastian Brather
Vorwort
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Sebastian Brather, Jürgen Dendorfer
Einführung. Grenzen, Räume und Identitäten am Oberrhein
Thomas Meier
Potenziale und Risiken der Umweltarchäologie
Iso Himmelsbach
Erfahrung – Recht
Wassernutzung und Wassergefahr im Elsass und am Oberrhein
Lars Blöck, Erik Beck
Alle Wege führen nach … Breisach!
Das römerzeitliche und mittelalterliche Verkehrssystem zwischen Rhein und Tuniberg Methodische Überlegungen zwischen Archäologie und Geschichte
Heiko Wagner
Höhenlage und Siedlung
Der Schwarzwald als siedlungsleere Barriere?
Peter Eich
Caesars Konstruktion der Rheingrenze
Dieter Geuenich
Die Alamannia und ihre Grenzen (5. bis 9. Jahrhundert)
Sebastian Brather
Raumanalysen in der Frühmittelalterarchäologie
Kontexte und Interpretationen
Christoph Huth
Kulturelle Räume am Oberrhein im 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr.
Überlegungen zum Aussagewert urgeschichtlicher Quellen
Alexander Heising
Kommunikationsräume innerhalb römischer Provinzen
Das Beispiel Germania Superior – eine Provinz mit zwei Gesichtern?
Heiko Steuer
Die Formierung der „Alemannen“ in der Spätantike
Susanne Brather-Walter
Kommunikationsreichweiten und Kleidungsvarianten anhand merowingerzeitlicher Bügelfibeln
Felix Heinzer
Schreiblandschaften an Oberrhein und Bodensee
Entwicklungsdynamiken früh- und hochmittelalterlicher Buch- und Schriftkultur im deutschen Südwesten
Volkhard Huth
Kulturräume und Raumszenarien
Aspekte und Konzepte kultureller Raumbildung am Oberrhein
Jens Schneider
Begriffe und Methoden der aktuellen Raumforschung
Jean-Claude Rebetez
La formation des territoires du diocèse et de la principauté épiscopale de Bâle du haut Moyen Âge au XIIe siècle
Tobie Walther
Der Raum der Straßburger Bischofskirche im Spiegel ihrer „Eigenklöster“ bis zum Episkopat Kunos (1100–1123/1125)
Karl Weber
Pagus und ducatus am südlichen Oberrhein in merowingischer und karolingischer Zeit
Thomas Zotz
Zähringer und Staufer
Politische Räume am Oberrhein
Rainer Schreg
Interaktion und Kommunikation im Raum
Methoden und Modelle der Sozialarchäologie
Hubert Fehr
Jenseits der Ethnizität
Wirtschaftliche, soziale und politische Räume im archäologischen Befund
Gabriel Zeilinger
Frühe Städte – viele Herren
Die Staufer und die Urbanisierung des Elsass
Jürgen Dendorfer
Raumwirkungen hochmittelalterlicher Klostergründungen
Heinz Krieg
Raumwahrnehmungen in der hochmittelalterlichen Historiographie des deutschen Südwestens
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Open Access Journal: Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES

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Prazské egyptologické studie / Prague Egyptological Studies PES
ISSN: 1214-3189
ISSN: 1801-3899
Prague Egyptological Studies (PES) is a bi-annual double-blind peer-reviewed English journal published by the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, in Prague. The journal was published regularly since 2002 in Czech and starting from 2015 also in English. Newly since 2021, one volume is annually dedicated to the Third Millennium BC in Egypt, while the second issue covers all of ancient Egyptian history, from the Predynastic Period to Late Antiquity.

The journal accepts archaeological reports as well as original studies on any aspect of ancient Egyptian material culture, religion, language and history. In addition, it welcomes primary studies focusing on the wider interdisciplinary scope of Egyptology, such as environmental archaeology, archaeozoology and archaeobotany, as well as new research in applied sciences. The journal also includes book reviews on recently published monographs in the above-mentioned fields.

The journal adheres to the Open Access Policy: all contributions appear concomitantly in print and are immediately freely available to readers under the CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license.

Full articles can be consulted and downloaded at the website of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, in Prague and on the website of the journal. On the scientific platform www.academia.edu, a profile of Prague Egyptological Studies was created to promote the journal in the scholarly community. Further non-commercial use and distribution in any medium of the articles is permitted, provided the author and the journal are properly credited.
ANNIVERSARY
One hundred years of teaching Egyptology in CzechLadislav Bareš, p. 5-11

REPORTS
Exploration of the pyramid complex of King Djedkare: season 2018Mohamed Megahed – Peter Jánosi – Hana Vymazalová, p. 12-36

The tomb of Khuwy at Djedkare’s royal cemetery at South Saqqara. Preliminary report on the 2019 spring seasonMohamed Megahed – Hana Vymazalová, p. 37-48

A new tomb of transitional type from Abusir South: mastaba of Nyankhseshat (AS 104)Martin Odler – Marie Peterková Hlouchová – Petra Havelková – Zdeňka Sůvová – Katarína Arias Kytnarová – Lucie Jirásková – Vladimír Brůna, p. 49-82

A report on the excavation of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in the sacred animal necropolis at the Bubasteion in SaqqaraMostafa Waziri – Mohammad M. Youssef, p. 83-91

STUDIES
Women’s work in the Early Dynastic PeriodSusan Kelly, p. 92-105

Mastaba S3038 at Saqqara: a new perspective on old dataMarinus Ormeling, p. 106-124

Some notes on the female ka-servant in the Old KingdomRaúl Sánchez Casado, p. 125-131

Functional copper objects and models in funerary context during the Early Dynastic PeriodBastien Ségalas, p. 132-151

Some remarks about the dating of 12 Old Kingdom tombs at GizaSimon Thuault, p. 152-169

BOOK REVIEW
Roeten, Leo: 2018 Loaves, Beds, Plants and Osiris. Considerations about the emergence of the Cult of Osiris, Oxford: ArchaeopressMarie Peterková Hlouchová – Jiří Janák – Veronika Dulíková, p. 170-172

ADDENDA
Between Prague and Cairo. 100 years of Czech Egyptology
ABUSIR IN DIACHRONIC PERSPECTIVE








Open Access Journal: Melammu Newsletter

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Gnomon Bibliographische Datenbank

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[First posted in AWOL 8 February 2018, updated 26 May 2020]

Gnomon Bibliographische Datenbank
Die Gnomon Bibliographische Datenbank (GBD) ist mit über 600.000 Einträgen eines der umfänglichsten Datenbanksysteme für Fachliteratur in den gesamten Altertumswissenschaften einschließlich der fachspezifischen Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Sie verzeichnet Monographien, Sammelbände mit den enthaltenen Beiträgen, Zeitschriftenaufsätze, Rezensionen und Fachlexika aus dem Zeitraum in allen einschlägigen Wissenschaftssprachen, die mit Hilfe eines umfänglichen, multilingualen Thesaurus (derzeit ca. 25.000 Schlagworte) detailliert recherchierbar sind. Die Erschließung von YouTube-Inhalten und Internetressourcen ist zur Zeit ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal der GBD. Eine intensive Zusammenarbeit besteht seit längerem mit der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (München) und den Universitätsbibliotheken Augsburg, Eichstätt und Tübingen. Kooperationen bestehen außerdem mit der Redaktion der Zeitschrift Gnomon (München) und der Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies (London). Ein Kooperationsabkommen wurde zudem mit dem Deutschen Archäologischen Institut geschlossen; im Rahmen eines CLARIN-D-Projektes wurden Ansätze zu neuartigen Visualisierungen anhand eines gemeinsamen Datenpools aus GBD und ZENON erprobt.
The Gnomon Bibliographic Database (GBD) is one of the most extensive database systems in Classical Studies, comprising  600.000 entries of specialized literature, including entries on the history of scholarship. The database lists monographies, edited volumes with all contributions, journal articles, reviews, and dictionaries from all of the modern era and in all academic languages, all of which are researchable in detail with a comprehensive, multinlingual thesaurus (currently ca. 25.000 catchwords). The indexing of YouTube-material and other internet ressources is at the moment a unique characteristic of GBD. The database results from a long-standing and intensive collaboration of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek/Bavarian State Library (Munich) with the University Libraries of Augsburg, Eichstätt, and Tübingen. There are also existing cooperations with the editorial team of the journal Gnomon (Munich) and the Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies (London). Moreover, there is a cooperation agreement with the German Archaeological Institute; in the context of a CLARIN-D project, first attempts at new types of visualization have been tested on the basis of a shared data pool of GBD and ZENON.

Lukians „Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll“: … und andere Geschichten über Redlichkeit

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Lukians „Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll“: … und andere Geschichten über Redlichkeit
Isidor Brodersen
Mainzer Althistorische Studien (MAS)
 Lukians „Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll“
Lukian von Samosata (2. Jh. n.Chr.) ist vor allem als Autor humoristischer Werke und Satiren bekannt. In seinem Œvre findet sich allerdings auch die einzige Schrift der Antike, die sich ausführlich und explizit mit der Geschichtsschreibung und ihren Regeln befasst. Sie ist damit eine wichtige Quelle für die Erforschung antiker Historiographie.

Gerade bei Lukian muss allerdings gefragt werden, ob seine Schrift tatsächlich in erster Linie die Belehrung in Geschichtsschreibung zum Ziel hat. Diese Studie möchte sich dieser Frage widmen, indem die Schrift „Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll“ nicht im Kontext des historiographischen Diskurses gelesen wird, sondern als Teil von Lukians literarischem Spiel. Als Autor der Zweiten Sophistik gelingt es Lukian, unter dem Deckmantel historiographischer Belehrung vor allem für das Amüsement seines Publikums zu sorgen.

In Verbindung mit zwei anderen Schriften Lukians wird das Bild eines Autors deutlich, der sich nicht nur sicher auf dem Boden der Klassiker bewegt, sondern auch in der Lage ist, durch die Inszenierung des Klassischen und Vorführung von Zeitgenössischem auf amüsante Weise Kritik zu üben. 

Geschichtsschreibung in „Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll“, Erzählkunst in den „Wahren Geschichten“ und die Orakelgläubigkeit der Zeitgenossen in „Alexander“ werden damit für Lukian zu Mitteln, sich selbst und seine Leser von Scheingebildeten und Hochstaplern abzusetzen. Das literarische Spiel wird somit vornehmlich zu einem Mittel der Selbstvergewisserung und der Distinktion innerhalb der Zweiten Sophistik.

Die Online-Bereitstellung des Bandes erfolgt mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Verlag Dr. Kovač. 
Der Titel steht unter der Lizenz Creative Commons Licenz 4.0 (CC BY-NC- ND 4.0) und damit ausschließlich als Gesamtdatei zum Download zur Verfügung.
ISBN 978-3-948465-57-5 (PDF)
Veröffentlicht am 27.05.2020.
Der Printausgabe erschien 2018 beim Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg, ISBN 978-3-8300-9989-5.

Open Access Journal: Metis

Latin Teaching Materials at Saint Louis University

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Open Access Books from The Syriac Studies Reference Library

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The Syriac Studies Reference Library
Brigham Young University, Harold B. Lee Library
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The Syriac Studies Reference Library is a collection of rare and out-of-print titles that are of vital importance for Syriac studies. It is especially rich in early manuscript catalogs, dictionaries, and grammars, and contains many of the indispensable editions of Syriac texts that were produced in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries. This collection was scanned from the holdings of the Semitics/ICOR Library of The Catholic University of America. More about the project…


Abbeloos, Jean Baptiste, 1836-1896. De vita et scriptis Sancti Jacobi, Batnarum Sarugi in Mesopotamia Episcopi cum eiusdem Syriacis carminibus ac aliorum aliquot fragmentis ... : dissertation historico-theologica ... ex auctoritate rectoris magnifici Nicolai Josephi Laforet ... pro gradu doctoris in S. theologia in Universitate Catholica, in oppido Lovaniensi. (Lovanii : Apud Vanlinthout Fratres, 1867);

Abbeloos, Jean Baptiste, 1836-1896. De vita et scriptis Sancti Jacobi, Batnarum Sarugi in Mesopotamia Episcopi cum eiusdem Syriacis carminibus ac aliorum aliquot fragmentis ... : dissertation historico-theologica ... ex auctoritate rectoris magnifici Nicolai Josephi Laforet ... pro gradu doctoris in S. theologia in Universitate Catholica, in oppido Lovaniensi. (Lovanii : Apud Vanlinthout Fratres, 1867);

Analecta sacra spicilegio Solesmensi parata. (Parisiis : Ex Publico Galliarum Typographeo, 1883);

Analecta sacra spicilegio Solesmensi parata. (Parisiis : Ex Publico Galliarum Typographeo, 1883);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. Aphraates on penitents. (Journal of the Society of Oriental Research. v. 16, 1932);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. Aphraates on penitents. (Journal of the Society of Oriental Research. v. 16, 1932);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. De caritate. (Journal of the Society of Oriental Research, v. 14, 1930);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. De caritate. (Journal of the Society of Oriental Research, v. 14, 1930);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. The homilies of Aphraates, the Persian sage. (London : Williams and Norgate, 1869);

Aphraates, the Persian sage, fl. 337-345. The homilies of Aphraates, the Persian sage. (London : Williams and Norgate, 1869);

Assemani, Stefano Evodio, 1711-1782. Bibliothecae Mediceae Laurentianae et Palatinae codicum mms. [sic] orientalium catalogus. Florentiae. (Ex Typographio Albiziniano, MDCCXLII [1742 i.e. 1743]);

Assemani, Stefano Evodio, 1711-1782. Bibliothecae Mediceae Laurentianae et Palatinae codicum mms. [sic] orientalium catalogus. Florentiae. (Ex Typographio Albiziniano, MDCCXLII [1742 i.e. 1743]);

Babakhan, Jacques. Essai de vulgarisation des homelies metriques de Jacques de Saroug, eveque de Batnan en Mesopotamie, 451-521. (Revue de l'Orient chretien, ser. 2, t. 7-9 1912-1914);

Babakhan, Jacques. Essai de vulgarisation des homelies metriques de Jacques de Saroug, eveque de Batnan en Mesopotamie, 451-521. (Revue de l'Orient chretien, ser. 2, t. 7-9 1912-1914);

Bar Hebraeus, 1226-1286, Le livre des splendeurs la grande grammaire de Gregoire Barhebraeus : text syriaque. (und : C.W.K. Gleerup, 1922);

Bar Hebraeus, 1226-1286, Le livre des splendeurs la grande grammaire de Gregoire Barhebraeus : text syriaque. (und : C.W.K. Gleerup, 1922);

Bar Hebraeus, 1226-1286. Buch der Strahlen die groessere Grammatik des Barhebraeus : Uebersetzung nach einem kritisch berichtigten Texte mit textkritischem Apparat und einem Anhang zur Terminologie. (Leipzig : O. Harrassowitz, 1907-1913);

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Obizzino, Tommaso, fl. 1630. Thesaurus arabico-syro-latinus. (Romae : Sac. Congregationis de propag. fide, 1636);

Obizzino, Tommaso, fl. 1630. Thesaurus arabico-syro-latinus. (Romae : Sac. Congregationis de propag. fide, 1636);

Opuscula Nestoriana. (Kiliae : G. von Maack, 1880);

Opuscula Nestoriana. (Kiliae : G. von Maack, 1880);

P. Lagardii Analecta Syriaca. (Lipsiae : B.G. Teubnerus, 1858);

P. Lagardii Analecta Syriaca. (Lipsiae : B.G. Teubnerus, 1858);

Payne Smith, J. (Jessie), d. 1933. Supplement to the Thesaurus Syriacus of R. Payne Smith. (Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1927);

Payne Smith, J. (Jessie), d. 1933. Supplement to the Thesaurus Syriacus of R. Payne Smith. (Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1927);

Philoxenus, Bp. of Hierapolis. The discourses of Philoxenus, bishop of Mabbogh, A.D. 485-519. (London : Asher & Co., [1893?]-1894);

Philoxenus, Bp. of Hierapolis. The discourses of Philoxenus, bishop of Mabbogh, A.D. 485-519. (London : Asher & Co., [1893?]-1894);

Plutarch. A tract of Plutarch, On the advantage to be derived from one's enemies = De capienda ex inimicis utilitate : the Syriac version. (London : C.J. Clay, 1894);

Plutarch. A tract of Plutarch, On the advantage to be derived from one's enemies = De capienda ex inimicis utilitate : the Syriac version. (London : C.J. Clay, 1894);

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Printing Version pp. 859-1068

S. Cyrilli Alexandriae archiepiscopi Commentarii in Lucae Evangelium quae supersunt syriaice e manuscriptis apud Museum britannicum. (Oxonii : E Typographeo Academico, 1858);

S. Cyrilli Alexandriae archiepiscopi Commentarii in Lucae Evangelium quae supersunt syriaice e manuscriptis apud Museum britannicum. (Oxonii : E Typographeo Academico, 1858);

Sahdona, Bp. of Mahoze dh' Arew an in Beth Gamdi.  Syamaw(hy) d-mar(y) Marturis 'aw Sahduna S. Martyrii qui et Sahdona quae supersunt omnia. (Parisiis : O. Harrassowitz, 1902);

Sahdona, Bp. of Mahoze dh' Arew an in Beth Gamdi. Syamaw(hy) d-mar(y) Marturis 'aw Sahduna S. Martyrii qui et Sahdona quae supersunt omnia. (Parisiis : O. Harrassowitz, 1902);

Sasse, C. I. Franciscus (Carolus Ioseph Franciscus), b. 1855. Prolegomena in Aphraatis sapientis Persae sermones homileticos : dissertatio inauguralis. (Lipsiae [i.e. Leipzig] : Typis G. Kreysingii, 1878);

Sasse, C. I. Franciscus (Carolus Ioseph Franciscus), b. 1855. Prolegomena in Aphraatis sapientis Persae sermones homileticos : dissertatio inauguralis. (Lipsiae [i.e. Leipzig] : Typis G. Kreysingii, 1878);

Schwen, Paul, b. 1879. Afrahat, seine Person und sein Verstaendnis des Christentums : ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Kirche im Osten. (Berlin : Trowitzsch & Sohn, 1907);

Schwen, Paul, b. 1879. Afrahat, seine Person und sein Verstaendnis des Christentums : ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Kirche im Osten. (Berlin : Trowitzsch & Sohn, 1907);

Sindban, oder. Die sieben weisen Meister syrisch und deutsch. (Leipzig : Druck von Hundertstund & Pries, 1878);

Sindban, oder. Die sieben weisen Meister syrisch und deutsch. (Leipzig : Druck von Hundertstund & Pries, 1878);

Studia Syriaca, seu, Collectio documentorum hactenus ineditorum ex codicibus Syriacis. (In Monte Libano : In Seminario Scharfensi, 1904-1909);

Studia Syriaca, seu, Collectio documentorum hactenus ineditorum ex codicibus Syriacis. (In Monte Libano : In Seminario Scharfensi, 1904-1909);

Symbolae Syriacae. (Lugnuni Batavorum : Apud E.J. Brill, 1862-1875);

Symbolae Syriacae. (Lugnuni Batavorum : Apud E.J. Brill, 1862-1875);

Synodicon orientale, ou, Recueil de synodes nestoriens. (Paris : Impr. nationale, 1902);

Synodicon orientale, ou, Recueil de synodes nestoriens. (Paris : Impr. nationale, 1902);

Syrisch-arabische Biographieen des Aristotles. Syrische Commentare zur Eisag og e des Porphyrios. (Leipzig : B. G. Teubner, 1900);

Syrisch-arabische Biographieen des Aristotles. Syrische Commentare zur Eisag og e des Porphyrios. (Leipzig : B. G. Teubner, 1900);

The book of Kalilah and Dimnah. (Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1884);

The book of Kalilah and Dimnah. (Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1884);

The book of the Himyarites : fragments of a hitherto unknown Syriac work. (Lund : C.W.K. Gleerup, 1924);

The book of the Himyarites : fragments of a hitherto unknown Syriac work. (Lund : C.W.K. Gleerup, 1924);

Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, ca. 350-428 or 9. Theodori Mopsuesteni Fragmenta Syriaca : e codicibus Musei Britannici Nitriacis. (Lipsiae : Sumptibus Guilelmi Engelmann, 1869);

Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, ca. 350-428 or 9. Theodori Mopsuesteni Fragmenta Syriaca : e codicibus Musei Britannici Nitriacis. (Lipsiae : Sumptibus Guilelmi Engelmann, 1869);

Titus, of Bostra, Bishop of Bostra, fl. ca. 362-378. Titi Bostreni Contra manichaeos libri quator syriace. (Hannover : Orient-Buchhandlug Haines Lafaire, 1924);

Titus, of Bostra, Bishop of Bostra, fl. ca. 362-378. Titi Bostreni Contra manichaeos libri quator syriace. (Hannover : Orient-Buchhandlug Haines Lafaire, 1924);

Ueber und aus Reden von zwei syrischen Kirchenvaetern ueber das Leiden Jesu. (Theologische Quartalschrift. v. 52, 1870; Theologische Quartalschrift. v. 53, 1871);

Ueber und aus Reden von zwei syrischen Kirchenvaetern ueber das Leiden Jesu. (Theologische Quartalschrift. v. 52, 1870; Theologische Quartalschrift. v. 53, 1871);

Yabhal ah a III, Patriarch of the Nestorians, 1245-1317.  Tash'ita d-mar(y) Ya(h)b'alaha w-da-tlata qatulike (') hrane wa-d-had qashisha w-da-treyn 'almaye nesrturyane Histoire de Mar-Jabalaha, de trois autres patriarches, d'un pretre et de deux laieques, Nestoriens. (Paris : O. Harrassowitz, 1895);

Yabhal ah a III, Patriarch of the Nestorians, 1245-1317. Tash'ita d-mar(y) Ya(h)b'alaha w-da-tlata qatulike (') hrane wa-d-had qashisha w-da-treyn 'almaye nesrturyane Histoire de Mar-Jabalaha, de trois autres patriarches, d'un pretre et de deux laieques, Nestoriens. (Paris : O. Harrassowitz, 1895);

Zwei syrische Dichtungen auf das Entschlafen der allerseligsten Jungfrau. (Oriens Christianus, v. 5, 1905);

Zwei syrische Dichtungen auf das Entschlafen der allerseligsten Jungfrau.

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    [Originally posted April 9, 2008 on the Ancient World Bloggers Group at AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2: The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative, the "canonical" version of the list of online publications of the OI developed there for two and a half years and moved here during Open Access Week on October 19, 2010.  It will be kept up to date in this location henceforth.  Most recently updated 27 May 2020]

    Starting in 2004, the Oriental Institute committed to digitizing all of its publications and making them available online, without charge. The minimum for each volume, old and new, current and forthcoming, will be a Portable Document Format (PDF) version following current resolution standards. New publications appear online at or near the time they appear in print. Older publications will be processed as time and funding permits. Several hundred volumes are now online.

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    Assyriological Studies (AS) | List of volumes in print
    The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CAD) | List of volumes in print
    • Volume 1:1, A:1. 1964.
    • Volume 1:2, A:2. 1968.
    • Volume 2, B. 1965.
    • Volume 3, D. 1959.
    • Volume 4, E. 1958.
    • Volume 5, G, 1956 
    • Volume 6, H [het]. 1956.
    • Volume 7, I/J. 1960.
    • Volume 8, K. 1971.
    • Volume 9, L. 1973.
    • Volume 10:1, M:1. 1977.
    • Volume 10:2, M:2. 1977.
    • Volume 11:1, N:1. 1980.
    • Volume 11:2, N:2. 1980.
    • Volume 12, P. 2005.
    • Volume 13, Q. 1982.
    • Volume 14, R. 1999.
    • Volume 15, S. 1984.
    • Volume 16, S [tsade]. 1962.
    • Volume 17:1, S [shin]:1. 1989.
    • Volume 17:2, S [shin]:2. 1992.
    • Volume 17:3, S [shin]:3. 1992.
    • Volume 18, T. 2006.
    • Volume 19, T [Tet]. 2006.
    • Volume 20, U/W. 2010.
    • Volume 21, Z. 1961.
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    The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CHD) | List of volumes in print
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      Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE)
      • LAMINE 1. Christians and Others in the Umayyad State. Edited by Antoine Borrut and Fred M. Donner, with contributions by Touraj Daryaee, Muriel  Debié, Sidney H. Griffith, Wadad al-Qadi, Milka Levy-Rubin, Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych, Donald Whitcomb, and Luke Yarbrough, 2016
      Materials for the Assyrian Dictionary (MAD)

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      Oriental Institute Communications (OIC) | List of volumes in print
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      Oriental Institute Museum Publications (OIMP) | List of volumes in print
      Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE) | List of volumes in print
      Oriental Institute Publications (OIP) | List of volumes in print
      Oriental Institute Seminars (OIS) | List of volumes in print
      Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization (SAOC) | List of volumes in print

      Lost Egypt

      Lost Egypt, Volumes I-III. A Limited Edition Portfolio Series of Photographic Images from Egypt’s Past.
      The Epigraphic Survey of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

      Volume Pagination Date ISBN Price
      Volume I pp. i-viii + 10 plates 1992 0-918986-88-5 $2000.00
      Volume II pp. i-viii + 10 plates 1992 0-918986-89-3 $2000.00
      Volume III pp. i-viii + 10 plates 1992 0-918986-90-7 $2000.00

      Miscellaneous Publications 
      •  Nimrud: The Queens' Tombs. By Muzahim Mahmoud Hussein, translation and initial editing by Mark Altaweel, additional editing and notes by McGuire Gibson. 2016
      • Islamic Bindings & Bookmaking
          A Catalogue of an Exhibition in the Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago, May 18-August 18, 1981. By Gulnar Bosch, John Carswell, and Guy Petherbridge. Originally published in 1981. 
      • Most Ancient Verse.
          Selected and translated by Thorkild Jacobsen and John A. Wilson. Originally published in 1963.
      • When Egypt Ruled the East.
          By George Steindorff and Keith C. Seele. Revised by Keith C. Seele. Originally published as second edition in 1957. 
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