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Open Acccess Annual Reports: Rapports préliminaires de la Mission Archéologique Française de Thèbes-Ouest

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Rapports préliminaires de la Mission Archéologique Française de Thèbes-Ouest
Rapport 2015 2016 1 
Les Rapports préliminaires de la Mission Archéologique Française de Thèbes-Ouest constituent un compte-rendu des fouilles et des travaux de restauration entrepris dans le cadre d'un partenariat franco-égyptien (CNRS/ASR/CEDAE-CSA). Il s'agit d'un descriptif des opérations effectuées sur le terrain (Ramesseum, Vallée des Rois et tombes thébaines) au fil des campagnes, et des premiers résultats qui ne peuvent cependant être considérés comme définitifs. Ils sont consultables à titre purement informatif mais ne peuvent être reproduits.

Rapports 2018-2019-2020

Rapport 2018 anglais Rapport mission 2018 Rapportvf 2019 2020
2018 report in English2018 report in English                                       Rapport mission 2018 en françaisRapport mission 2018 en français              Rapportvf1 2019 2020Rapport mission 2019 2020 en français

Rapports 2015 - 2018

Rapport 2015 2016 1 Rapport mission 2016 Rapport 2017 2018
Rapport 2015 - 2016Rapport 2015 - 2016                                           Rapport mission 2016Rapport mission 2016                                        Rapport 2017 2018Rapport 2017 2018 Film l'ombre d'Osymandyas II

Rapports 2012 - 2015

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New Open Access Monograph Series: Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE)

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Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE)
For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:


 

Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions

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Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions
Aaron Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan (eds.) 
Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions 
Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions
Aaron Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan (eds.) | June 2020
708 pp. | 4 b&w (pbk)/colour (hb) Illustrations | 6.14" x 9.21" (234 x 156 mm)
Semitic Languages and Cultures vol. 3 | ISSN: 2632-6906 (Print); 2632-6914 (Online)
ISBN Paperback: 9781783749355
ISBN Hardback: 9781783749362
ISBN Digital (PDF): 9781783749379
DOI: 10.11647/OBP.0207
Subject Codes: BIC: CFF (Historical and comparative linguistics), CFP (Translation and interpretation); BISAC: REL006020 (RELIGION / Biblical Biography / General), LAN009010 (LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Historical & Comparative)
This volume brings together papers relating to the pronunciation of Semitic languages and the representation of their pronunciation in written form. The papers focus on sources representative of a period that stretches from late antiquity until the Middle Ages. A large proportion of them concern reading traditions of Biblical Hebrew, especially the vocalisation notation systems used to represent them. Also discussed are orthography and the written representation of prosody.

Beyond Biblical Hebrew, there are studies concerning Punic, Biblical Aramaic, Syriac, and Arabic, as well as post-biblical traditions of Hebrew such as piyyuṭ and medieval Hebrew poetry. There were many parallels and interactions between these various language traditions and the volume demonstrates that important insights can be gained from such a wide range of perspectives across different historical periods.
Preface Download
Aaron D. Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan
Robert Crellin and Lucia Tamponi - Vowel Quantity and Quality in Neo-Punic and Latin Inscriptions Download
Robert Crellin and Lucia Tamponi
Benjamin Kantor - The Development of the Hebrew Wayyiqṭol Download
Benjamin Kantor
Peter Myers - The Representation of Gutturals by Vowels in the LXX Download
Peter Myers
Dorota Molin - Biblical Quotations in the Aramaic Incantation Bowls Download
Dorota Molin
Benjamin D. Suchard - The Reflexes of *i and *u Download
Benjamin D. Suchard
Nick Posegay - Shared Tradition in Syriac, Arabic, and Hebrew Vocalisation Download
Nick Posegay
Aaron D. Hornkohl - Discord between Tiberian Written and Reading Traditions Download
Aaron D. Hornkohl
Joseph Habib - Qere and Ketiv in the Exegesis of the Karaites and Saadya Download
Joseph Habib
Vincent DeCaen and B. Elan Dresher - Pausal Forms and Prosodic Structure in Tiberian Hebrew Download
Vincent DeCaen and B. Elan Dresher
Kim Phillips - Samuel ben Jacob’s Treatment of Exceptional Vocalic Shewas Download
Kim Phillips
Benjamin Outhwaite - The Tiberian Tradition in Common Bibles from the Genizah Download
Benjamin Outhwaite
Estara Arrant - Near-Model and Non-Standard Tiberian Torah Manuscripts Download
Estara Arrant
Geoffrey Khan - The Imperfect Oral Performance of the Tiberian Tradition Download
Geoffrey Khan
Élodie Attia - Variants in Ashkenazic Biblical Manuscripts Download
Élodie Attia
José Martínez Delgado - The Prosodic Models of Andalusi Hebrew Metrics Download
José Martínez Delgado
Michael Rand - Marginalia to the Qillirian Rhyme System Download
Michael Rand
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New Open Access Monograph Series: Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures

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Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures









Cambridge Semitic Language and Cultures is a new book series in collaboration with the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge. This series includes philological and linguistic studies of Semitic languages, editions of Semitic texts and works relating to the cultures of Semitic-speaking peoples. Titles in the series will cover all periods, traditions and methodological approaches to the field. The editorial board comprises Geoffrey Khan, Aaron Hornkohl, and Esther-Miriam Wagner.

This is the first Open Access book series in the field; it combines the high peer-review and editorial standards with the fair Open Access model offered by OBP. Open Access (that is, making texts free to read and reuse) helps spread research results and other educational materials to everyone everywhere, not just to those who can afford it or have access to well-endowed university libraries. Copyrights stay where they belong, with the authors. Authors are encouraged to secure funding to offset the publication costs and thereby sustain the publishing model, but if no institutional funding is available, authors are not charged for publication. Any grant secured covers the actual costs of publishing and is not taken as profit. In short: we support publishing that respects the authors and serves the public interest.

Editorial Board:

Geoffrey Khan (General Editor)
Aaron Hornkohl (Associate Editor)
Esther-Miriam Wagner (Associate Editor)
Forthcoming titles include:
Gavin McDowell, Ron Naiweld, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra (eds)

Jewish-Muslim Intellectual History Entangled: Textual Materials from the Firkovitch Collection, Saint Petersburg
Camilla Adang, Bruno Chiesa, Omar Hamdan, Wilferd Madelung, Sabine Schmidtke and Jan Thiele (eds)

Esther-Miriam Wagner (ed.)

Geoffrey Khan and Paul Noorlander (eds)

Benjamin Kantor


Please, click here to view and download the leaflet for this series.We welcome proposals for new titles in this series. Scholars interested in publishing work in this series should contact Professor Geoffrey Khan.


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Open Access Journal: Circe de Clásicos y Modernos

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 [First posted in AWOL 11 November 2009. Updated 3 June 2020]

Circe de Clásicos y Modernos
On-line ISSN 1851-1724 
ISSN-e: 1514-3333

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Circe de Clásicos y Modernos is an annual publication by the Instituto de Estudios Clásicos of the Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, director Marta Alesso. The journal aims to publish original works on Philology, Philosophy, History, Literature and Classic Tradition, and for these to be accepted by members of the International Review Committee, who referee blind the works sent by the Editorial Committee. The journal’s geographical reach is international. It also publishes reviews of books by Argentinian and foreign authors and news on scientific events in the journal’s specialization.
vol.22 no.2 Santa Rosa June 2018
 Presentación
   
 
        · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
 Artículos
   
  · The rabbinic literature in the light of Philo of Alexandria
Laham Cohen, Rodrigo

        · abstract in English | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · Observations about Anacreon, PMG 395
Abritta, Alejandro

        · abstract in English | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · The Testimony of the Anonymous Cleric about the Hospital of Saint John of God in Jerusalem (1177-1187)
Hernández Rodríguez, Alfonso M.; Greif, Esteban

        · abstract in Spanish | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · A few Thomas' Neologisms (from the Commentary on John) not registered in Lexicons: A contribution to the study of Thomas' language and Medieval Latin Lexicography
Cavallero, Pablo

        · abstract in English | French | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · The phenomenon of re-performance in dedicatory epigrams and Pindar's Odes
Stripeikis, Caterina A.

        · abstract in English | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · Jewish-Hellenistic biology in a gnostic treatise
Alby, Juan Carlos

        · abstract in English | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
  · Tantum bonam clausulam inpone: suicide, writing, and (self)exemplarity in Sen., Ep.77
Correa, Soledad

        · abstract in English | Spanish    · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
        · text in Spanish    · Spanish ( pdf )
   
 Reseñas
   
 
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Year
Vol.    Number
  2018
22 1 2
  2017
21 1 2
  2016
20 1 2
  2015
19 1 2
  2014
18 1 2
  2013
17 1 2
  2012
16 1 2
  2011
15 1 2
  2010
14 1 2
  2009
s/v 13
  2008
s/v 12
  2007
s/v 11
  2006
s/v 10
  2004
s/v 9






One Off Journal Issues: Bronzes grecs et romains : études récentes sur la statuaire antique

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One Off Journal Issues: Bronzes grecs et romains : études récentes sur la statuaire antique

Occasionally issues of journals where one might not normally think to look produce thematic issues of interest. Availability online makes them much more discoverable. A case in point:
  
Bronzes grecs et romains : études récentes sur la statuaire antique. A special issue of Technè

Bronzes grecs et romains : études récentes sur la statuaire antique

Sous la direction de Sophie Descamps-Lequime et Benoît Mille
Couverture Technè, 45 | 2017
Informations sur cette image
Crédits : © Ljubo Gamulin/Croatian Conservation Institute, 2015.
ISBN 978-2-7118-6408-9

Database of Classical Scholars

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[First posted in AWOL 16 August 2017, updated 4 June 2020]

Database of Classical Scholars
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The Database of Classical Scholars is a multi-faceted database that aims to provide biographical and bibliographical information on classical scholars from the period associated with classical scholarship as currently understood, from the end of the eighteenth century and the publication of F.A. Wolf's Prolegomena zu Homer (1795) to the current day. Each entry is accompanied by an appreciation of the scholar's career by an expert and where possible, a portrait. This is a work of international cooperation with an advisory committee composed of experts in the history of classical scholarship not only in North America, but in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy. The project is endorsed by the Society for Classical Studies.


Le site web de l’ifao se renouvelle

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Le site web de l’ifao se renouvelle
Le site web de l’Ifao fait peau neuve et vous propose de nouvelles fonctionnalités, une abondante documentation sur ses projets de recherche et ses chantiers archéologiques, ainsi qu’une présentation renouvellée de ses services.

Open Access Journal: e-Forschungsberichte des Deutschen Archäologisches Instituts (eDAI·F)

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[First posted in AWOL 1 February 2916, updated 4 June 2020]

e-Forschungsberichte des Deutschen Archäologisches Instituts (eDAI·F)
www.dainst.org
Um immer aktuell zu sein, erscheinen die e-Forschungsberichte das gesamte Jahr über in einzelnen Faszikeln zeitnah zu den jeweiligen Forschungskampagnen. Sie sind open access zugänglich und erlauben es so einem breiten Leserkreis, die Forschungen des DAI zu verfolgen.

Mit diesem ersten Faszikel der e-Forschungsberichte setzt das DAI die Neustrukturierung seines Berichtswesens um. Er spiegelt die Bandbreite der Aktivitäten des DAI in den unterschiedlichsten Regionen der Welt, vom Mittelmeerraum über die Länder Eurasiens, Asiens und Afrikas bis nach Südamerika. Der Faszikel umfasst die Forschungsergebnisse der Jahre 2012/13 und zeigt die vielfältigen neuen Einblicke in vergangene Gesellschaften sowie das Engagement des DAI im Bereich der Erschließung und Bewahrung kulturellen Erbes in den Gastländern.

Open Access Journal: Dacia: Revue d'archéologie et d'histoire ancienne

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[First posted in AWOL 17 May 2018, updarted 4 June 2020]

Dacia: Revue d'archéologie et d'histoire ancienne
ISSN: 0070-251X
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Revista Dacia a fost fondată în 1924 de către arheologul Vasile Pârvan, unul din întemeietorii şcolii arheologice româneşti. Prima serie a apărut în perioada 1924-1947 (Dacia. Recherches et découvertes archéologiques en Roumanie), ca revistă a Muzeului Naţional de Antichităţi, fiind apoi interzisă de autorităţile comuniste. 

Seria nouă începe în 1957 (Dacia. Revue d’archéologie et d’histoire ancienne), ca revistă a noului Institut de Arheologie al Academiei Române. Revista noastră publică, în engleză, franceză, germană şi italiană, în urma unui proces de peer-review, articole, note şi recenzii de arheologie şi istorie referitoare la un spectru cronologic larg, din paleolitic pînă în evul mediu, incluzând perspective din alte discipline (istoria artei, ştiinţe sociale etc.), cu o atenţie specială pentru contribuţiile dedicate Europei de sud-est şi ariilor învecinate.

Recunoaşterea internaţională a calităţilor revistei Dacia ne permite să o distribuim prin schimb la un număr de 350 parteneri din toată lumea.
Număr curent


ÉTUDES  
   
CRISTIAN EDUARD ŞTEFAN, Miniature vessels from Şoimuş – La Avicola (Ferma 2), Hunedoara County.
A case study
7
   
GERGANA KABAKCHIEVA, The results of the archaeological research at Ulpia Oescus between 2013 and 2018 71
   
MIRCEA VICTOR ANGELESCU, VALENTIN BOTTEZ, IRINA ACHIM, Histria. New research on the Early
Christian basilicas in the southern part of the acropolis
103
   
ISTVÁN BOTÁR, Village and church. The relation between the ecclesiastical topography and the medieval
settlement system in Csík-seat (East-Transylvania, Romania)
155
   
NOTES ETDISCUSSIONS  
   
AUREL RUSTOIU, Silver jewellery in the Early La Tène cemeteries from Banat. The hybridization of bodily
ornaments
183
   
DANIEL SPÂNU, Der Vogelreiter von Surcea. Hintergründe eines keltischen Mythos im spätlatènezeitlichen
Dakien
207
   
VALENTIN BOTTEZ, The Gerusia of Istros revisited 223
   
CONSTANTIN C. PETOLESCU, Notes prosopographiques (IX) 241
   
COMPTES RENDUS  
   
Agnieszka Tomas, Inter Moesos et Thraces. The rural hinterland of Novae in Lower Moesia (1st – 6th centuries AD),
Archaeopress, 2016, Roman Archaeology 14 (Adriana Panaite)
247
   
IN MEMORIAM  
   
Zoe Petre (23 août 1940 - 1 septembre 2017) (Alexandra Liţu) 253
   
Abréviations  
NORMES POUR LA RÉDACTION DES ARTICLES DESTINÉS À LA REVUE DACIA N. S.  
 

Sumar nr. I (1957)
Sumar nr. II (1958)
Sumar nr. III (1959)
Sumar nr. IV (1960)
Sumar nr. V (1961)
Sumar nr. VI (1962)
Sumar nr. VII (1963)
Sumar nr. VIII (1964)
Sumar nr. IX (1965)
Sumar nr. X (1966)
Sumar nr. XI (1967)
Sumar nr. XII (1968)
Sumar nr. XIII (1969)
Sumar nr. XIV (1970)
Sumar nr. XV (1971)
Sumar nr. XVI (1972)
Sumar nr. XVII (1973)
Sumar nr. XVIII (1974)
Sumar nr. XIX (1975)
Sumar nr. XX (1976)
Sumar nr. XXI (1977)
Sumar nr. XXII (1978)
Sumar nr. XXIII (1979)
Sumar nr. XXIV (1980)
Sumar nr. XXV (1981)
Sumar nr. XXVI (1982)
Sumar nr. XXVII (1983)
Sumar nr. XXVIII (1984)
Sumar nr. XXIX (1985)
Sumar nr. XXX (1986)
Sumar nr. XXXI (1987)
Sumar nr. XXXII (1988)
Sumar nr. XXXIII (1989)
Sumar nr. XXXIV (1990)
Sumar nr. XXXV (1991)
Sumar nr. XXXVI (1992)
Sumar nr. XXXVII (1993)
Sumar nr. XXXVIII-XXXIX (1994-1995)
Sumar nr. XL-XLII (1996-1998)
Sumar nr. XLIII-XLV (1999-2001)
Sumar nr. XLVI-XLVII (2002-2003)
Sumar nr. XLVIII-XLIX (2004-2005)
Sumar nr. L (2006)
Sumar nr. LI (2007)
Sumar nr. LII (2008)
Sumar nr. LIII (2009)
Sumar nr. LIV (2010)
Sumar nr. LV (2011)
Sumar nr. LVI (2012)
Sumar nr. LVII (2013)
Sumar nr. LVIII (2014)
Sumar nr. LIX (2015)
Sumar nr. LX (2016)
Sumar nr. LXI (2017)

New Open Access Journal: ArcheoLogica Data

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ArcheoLogica Data

ArcheoLogica Data is an annual Open Access (OA) journal that publishes original contributions in the form of a dataset accompanied by an article. The archaeological data, associated with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), will be published in the Open Data MOD archive (Mappa Open Data) provided by the journal, in order to be accessible and reusable by the whole scientific community.

The journal aims to contribute to the sharing of “raw archaeological data” (data from any type of archaeological investigation – excavation, survey, remote sensing, geognostic investigation, archaeometric analysis, the study of materials, etc…), supporting collaborative science, without chronological or territorial limitations.

The call for submissions for the first issue of ArcheoLogica Data is now open.

Deadline June 15, 2020

ArcheoLogica Data offers to researchers and professionals the opportunity to publish Open Access articles free of charge, as required by the European community and desired by the ANVUR national directives.
The volume will give space to two types of contributions:
1. Long paper: articles of minimum 30,000 max 50,000 characters (spaces, notes and bibliography included) with the possibility of inserting up to a maximum of 8 colour or b/w  images  (.jpeg format, 300 dpi resolution).
2. Short paper: synthetic articles of up to 7,500 characters (spaces, notes and bibliography included), with the possibility of inserting up to a maximum of 2 colour or b/w images (.jpeg format, 300 dpi resolution).
Each paper must be linked to one or more datasets. Papers must include 5 keywords and an abstract in English (maximum 1,000 characters, spaces included)). The journal accepts datasets and papers in Italian or English. All contributions will be reviewed by two anonymous referees.
The publication of papers in the journal is contingent on the outcome of the Peer Review procedure, the editorial committee reserves the right to publish, reject or request revisions for the submitted papers.
The papers will be published in electronic format with CC-BY 4.0 license and related DOI. The authors will be required to indicate with which license (between CC0, CC-BY, CC-BY-SA) they intend to release the data in the datasets, except for the Italian cultural heritage photographic documentation which, according to the Italian legal provisions (DL 83 of 31.05.2014, Art Bonus, converted into Law no.106 of 29.07.2014) will necessarily be issued with a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
For more information, see the editorial norms and guide for authors.
Contributions must be sent within the deadline to the archeologicadata@mappalab.eu address in compliance with the authors checklist.
Checklist and deadlines:
By June 15th:
– Send the paper in compatible word format, according to the editorial standard
– Fill in and attach the “Annex A” (dataset description form)
N.B.: Each author is required to indicate affiliation (if any), e-mail address and telephone number. The corresponding author is in charge of communication with the editorial board.
By September 15th:
– Acceptance, reject or request for revisions of the contribution will be communicated to the authors.
By October 15th:
– Send the final version of the paper
– Send the full dataset in compliance with the editorial standard
– Send the consent form for each author (Annex 1) and copy of the identity document
– If needed, send the third parties consent form (for mentions of sensible data of third parties, different from the authors) (Annex 2) and copy of the identity documents.
By December:
Publication of the journal issue

Download the documentation

Annex A – Download
ALLEGATO 1 – Download
ALLEGATO 2 – Download
Editorial Norms – Download

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Mycenae Archive

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Mycenae Archive
Mycenae Archive







The Mycenae Archive presented here draws on the core collection in the Archives of the Faculty of Classics at the University of Cambridge. The collection principally consists of notebooks, drawings, plans and photographs of the archaeological endeavours of the team of the British School at Athens at Mycenae in 1920-1923, 1939 and 1950-1957 under the directorship of Alan John Bayard Wace (1879-1957). Some of the documents presented here are housed in two collections held physically in the British School at Athens (BSA): the Mycenae Excavation Records and as part of its BSA-Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (SPHS) Image Collection.
To celebrate 100 years from the start of Wace’s work at Mycenae in 1920, we have united digitally this collection to offer the public and the scholarly community this resource for perusal in the hope that it will inspire, spark new questions and debates, and advance our knowledge of this key site for the history of early Greece and of the Mediterranean as a whole...
his digitised collection unifies online material held in Cambridge and at the BSA in Athens amounting to almost 5150 pages of 80 excavation notebooks from the years 1920-1923, 1939, 1950-1957. It also includes more than 1700 photographs and over 600 drawings and plans of Mycenae’s remains, within and outside the citadel walls, and of small finds from Wace’s excavations. Unlike edited printed publications, the digitisation of this archival material allows the viewer to form a sense of the nature of the physical documents and to witness history in the making. These records are invaluable in helping specialists do archaeology in reverse – from physical records in digital format working their way back to the excavation trenches and individual finds – and in allowing all those interested in Mycenae’s past to get closer to the day-to-day activities of pioneers in archaeological fieldwork. 

Highlights include Alan Wace’s original notes and thoughts on the progress of the excavation work at Mycenae, the astonishing colour drawings of reconstructed frescoes, jewellery and other finds from Mycenae by Piet de Jong as well as his detailed architectural plans of tombs and architectural remains. The notes of Winifred Lamb and Walter Heurtley, accompanied by numerous sketches, offer vivid accounts of an archaeologist’s tasks at work. Lulu Eldridge made some spectacular off-the-cuff, pen and ink pottery drawings in two tiny notebooks, while photographs captured candid moments in the process of excavation, unremarked in the written record, that connect us with immediacy to life on an active dig a century ago.

Newly Added to The Ancient World Digital Library (AWDL)

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Newly Added to The Ancient World Digital Library (AWDL)

Representing power in ancient Inner Asia

Author:Charleux, Isabelle, editor.Delaplace, Grégory, editor.Hamayon, Roberte, editor.Pearce, Scott, editor.
Publisher:Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University
Place of Publication: Bellingham, WA
Date of Publication: 2010

Greek papyri in the British Museum vol. 3

Author:Kenyon, Frederic G. (Frederic George)Sir, 1863-1952Bell, H. Idris (Harold Idris), 1879-1967Crum, W. E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944
Series:
Publisher:British Museum
Place of Publication: London
Date of Publication: 1893-

Greek papyri in the British Museum vol. 2

Author:Kenyon, Frederic G. (Frederic George)Sir, 1863-1952Bell, H. Idris (Harold Idris), 1879-1967Crum, W. E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944
Series:
Publisher:British Museum
Place of Publication: London
Date of Publication: 1893-

Greek papyri in the British Museum vol. 1

Author:Kenyon, Frederic G. (Frederic George)Sir, 1863-1952Bell, H. Idris (Harold Idris), 1879-1967Crum, W. E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944
Series:
Publisher:British Museum
Place of Publication: London
Date of Publication: 1893-

Online Open House | Itinerant professionals of literature and music in the epigraphic sources of the Hellenistic period. “Poeti Vaganti” in Delphi and Delos.

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Online Open House | Itinerant professionals of literature and music in the epigraphic sources of the Hellenistic period. “Poeti Vaganti” in Delphi and Delos.
We are excited to welcome Angela Cinalli of “La Sapienza” University of Rome, for an Online Open House, titled “Itinerant professionals of literature and music in the epigraphic sources of the Hellenistic period. ‘Poeti Vaganti’ in Delphi and Delos.” The event will take place on Friday, June 12 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, and will be recorded.

The focus readings for this event will be posted soon.


Angela Cinalli (B.A. in Classics, University “G. D’Annunzio” of Chieti; Ph.D. in History and Philology of the Ancient World, “La Sapienza” University of Rome) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Researcher MSCA-IF-GF at “La Sapienza” University of Rome and at the Center for Hellenic Studies (Harvard University). She carries out a project on itinerant professionals of the performing arts (the so-called poeti vaganti) in the epigraphic sources of the Hellenistic period.
Her research interests include Greek Epigraphy, Hellenistic Literature and Culture, and Cyrenaican History, Archaeology, and Epigraphy. In the past years, she taught at Italian Liceo Classico and Liceo of Humanities.

As a former fellow at the Center for Paleographical and Epigraphical Studies (The Ohio State University, 2013) and at the CHS (2014), and thanks to the AIEGL Research Grant held at the University of Crete (2018), she investigated key aspects of her project on the Poeti Vaganti that, for the numerous themes revolving around music, can also benefit from her music education (Conservatorio di Musica “Santa Cecilia”, Rome). As epigraphist, Angela joined the archaeological missions of the University “G. D’Annunzio” of Chieti in Cyrenaica and Cyprus, where her expertise in Greek Paleography (Specialization at the Vatican School of Paleography) could be put to good use.
She is author of “Τὰ ξένια. La Cerimonia di Ospitalità Cittadina” (Roma 2015), of contributions on various aspects of the Poeti Vaganti research and on newly-found epigraphic materials from Cyrenaica and Cyprus.

Newly Open Access Journal: Alberta Archaeological Review

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Alberta Archaeological Review
ISSN: 0701-1776
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The Alberta Archaeological Review collection covers the 57 issues released between 1977 and 2013.

The REVIEW’s purpose is two-fold: to convey news of the sponsoring organization’s activities throughout the province, and to provide a forum for the dissemination of archaeological research in Alberta. It is of value to all who may be interested in the archaeological heritage of Alberta. The REVIEW is a meeting ground for both amateur and professional archaeologists.
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Open Access Journal: Journal of Research on Archaeometry

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Journal of Research on Archaeometry
ISSN: 2476-4647
EISSN: 2476-4639
Journal of Research on Archaeometry
Journal of Research on Archaeometry (JRA) – peer-reviewed, open access journal of Tabriz Islamic art University – aims to publish original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of archaeometry.
Articles cover a wealth of topics, ranging from dating studies of archaeological findings, to provenance, technology recognition and processing history of ancient artifacts.
Special issues or sections of the Journal are sometimes also published, comprising collections of articles relating to topics of broad interest to Iranian scientists.
The design and management of Journal is of high standards, with higher quality papers, an energized Editorial Board, and a timely publication schedule, which now includes rapid online publication ahead of print issues.
At the same time, the Journal seeks to promote open debate amongst archaeometrists committed to an idea of more communication across national frontiers and more interest in interpretation. And it publishes not only new data and interpretations, but also encourages debate about the role different fields of science plays in society, how archaeometry should be organized in a changing world, and about the ethics of scientifical practice.

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Open Access Journal: Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae

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Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
ISSN: 1588-2551
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A Multidisciplinary Journal for Translation and Interpreting Studies

The periodical is devoted to the results achieved by Hungarian archaeologists. It covers studies of the most important excavations, finds and problems of the period from the Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. It contains, further, short papers on individual finds and comprehensive reports on the single fields of research, as well. Publishes book reviews and advertisements.

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New Open Access Journal: Hungarian Assyriological Review

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Hungarian Assyriological Review
 
HAR – Hungarian Assyriological Review is a scientific journal, covering all periods and themes in Near Eastern archaeology, history, philology, and linguistics.

The journal is published by the Institute of Archaeological Sciences and the Institute of Ancient and Classical Studies, Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary.

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Open Access Journal: Oriento: Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan

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