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Open Access Journal: Rivista del Museo Egizio

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[First posted in AWOL 10 July 2019, updated 9 July 2020]

Rivista del Museo Egizio
ISSN: 2611-3295
La Rivista del Museo Egizio promuove, raccoglie e diffonde le ricerche su tutti gli aspetti della collezione del Museo Egizio di Torino e sui siti archeologici da esso indagati oggi e in passato, nonché studi su argomenti aventi una rilevanza indiretta per la collezione.

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La rivista sta raccogliendo i contributi per il secondo numero (2018). Per le modalità di presentazione e le linee guida, vedi la sezione Pubblica con noi.

RiME 4 (2020)

RiME 3 (2019)

Online Open House | Experimental Archaeology of Ancient Greek Warfare

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Online Open House | Experimental Archaeology of Ancient Greek Warfare
We are excited to welcome Natasha Bershadsky, Paul M. Bardunias, Christian Cameron, and Giannis Kadoglou for an Online Open House entitled “Experimental Archaeology of Ancient Greek Warfare.” The event will take place on Friday, July 17 at 11:00 a.m. EDT and will be recorded. You can watch the live-streaming on the Center for Hellenic Studies YouTube Channel.
To get ready for the event you might like to read:

Xenophon, Hellenica 4.3
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Xen.+Hell.+4.3&fromdoc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0206
Xenophon Agesilaus 2
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0210%3Atext%3DAges.%3Achapter%3D2
Xenophon Cyropaedia 2.3.21
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Xen.+Cyrop.+2.3.21&fromdoc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0204
Euripides Phoesissae 1355:
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0118%3Acard%3D1340
Thucydides Mantinea: The Peloponnesian War 5.55
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0200%3Abook%3D5%3Achapter%3D55%3Asection%3D1

Paul M. Bardunias


Paul M. Bardunias received his PhD from the University of Florida and studies self-organization and swarm behaviors in social insects. He is also a Greek, whose family hails from Sparta, and was reared on tales of ancient warfare. As he read the works of modern historians on hoplite warfare, it became clear that many of the issues the authors found most contentious could be resolved by applying the concepts of self-organization to men in combat. The process by which minimally-trained troops executed seemingly complex maneuvers on a battlefield, synchronized their efforts in combat, and even routed can be informed by watching a school of fish or a murmuration of starlings move almost as a single creature. He is the author of numerous scientific articles on group movement and nest construction in social insects, as well as articles on ancient warfare and the book Hoplites at War.

Natasha Bershadsky


A research subject that I am most interested in is the employment of myths and rituals in the political developments of the Archaic and Classical periods. My book in preparation explores ritual and mythological aspects of long-running border conflicts in Archaic Greece and their creative transformations by the democracies of the Classical period. My other project is an investigation of Hesiod’s hero cults, their connection to Hesiodic poetry and their political use in the Archaic and Classical periods. I am a Fellow in Ancient Greek History and in Poetry at the Center for Hellenic Studies. I received my PhD degree from the University of Chicago, my BA degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and was born in Moscow.

Christian Cameron


Christian Cameron was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1962. He grew up in Rockport, Massachusetts, Iowa City, Iowa, and Rochester, New York, where he attended McQuaid Jesuit High School and later graduated from the University of Rochester with a degree in history.

After the longest undergraduate degree on record (1980–87), he joined the United States Navy, where he served as an intelligence officer and as a backseater in S-3 Vikings in the First Gulf War, in Somalia, and elsewhere. After a dozen years of service, he became a full time writer in 2000. He lives in Toronto (that’s Ontario, in Canada) with his wife Sarah and their daughter Beatrice, currently age seven. He attends the University of Toronto when the gods move him and may eventually have a Masters in Classics, but right now he’s a full time historical novelist, and it is the best job in the world.

Giannis Kadoglou


Giannis Kadoglou was born in Alexandroupolis, Northern Greece, in 1988. Like any good hoplite he studied agriculture in the Alexander School of Agricultural Technology of Thessaloniki, and lives in Alexandroupolis, where he maintains a pear farm. Since 2016 he has worked as a luthier of Greek folk instruments, and he continues to exercise his lifelong occupation as a musician.

His active research into historical reconstruction was inspired by the experimental archaeology of historian and author Peter Connolly. He found others with this passion on online forums specialized on Greek and Roman warfare, where he met some of his lifelong companions in the research and interpretation of ancient sources and reconstruction of Greek material culture. He has collaborated with various museums in Greece both for the promotion of research in the reconstruction sector and for the education of the public in the usefulness of reenactment and experimental archaeology in our understanding and interpretation of the ancient sources.

He founded the reenactment group “Rhesidae” based in Northern Greece in 2011, and that same year he contributed to the organization of the first international reenactment of the battle of Marathon which took place in the historical battlefield. In 2015 he was part of the organization committee of the second Marathon event in Greece, which helped to establish a closer relationship between local authorities, museums and educational institutions in Greece, with historical reenactors. He is currently a member of the organization committee for the reenactment of the battle of Plataea, in the town of Plataea, Greece.

Open Access Publications at the LMU München

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[First posted in AWOL 2 September 2017, updated 10 July 2020]

Open Access Publications at the LMU München
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Abd El-Gelil, M.; Suleiman, R.; Faris, G.; Raue, D.; Schiestl, Robert (2008): Die Keramik aus der Nekropole der Sharia Balsam (Site 150) and Areal 200: Die Schichten der fortgeschrittenen 2. Zwischenzeit. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 64: pp. 191-205
Alexanian, Nicole; Schiestl, Robert; Seidlmayer, Stephan J. (2015): The necropolis of Dahshur: fourth excavation report spring 2007. In: Annales du Service des antiquités de l'Egypte, Vol. 86: pp. 15-26
Altaweel, Mark; Marsh, Anke; Mühl, Simone; Nieuwenhuyse, Olivier; Radner, Karen; Rasheed, Kamal; Saber, Saber Ahmed (2012): New Investigations in the Environment, History and Archaeology of the Iraqi Hilly Flanks. Shahrizor Survey Project 2009-2011. In: Iraq, Vol. 74: pp. 1-35 [PDF, 1MB]
Altaweel, Mark; Palmisano, Alessio; Mühl, Simone (2016): In the land of the highlanders: From the kingdom of Simurrum to Mazamua in the Shahrizor. In: MacGinnis, John; Wicke, D. (eds.) : The provincial archaeology of the Assyrian Empire. Cambridge: Ziyaret Archaeological Trust. pp. 121-131
Altaweel, Mark; Squitieri, Andrea (2018): Revolutionizing a World. From Small States to Universalism in the Pre-Islamic Near East. London: ULC Press. [PDF, 16MB]
Altmann-Wendling, Victoria (2016): Architektur des Kosmos – Der Mond in den ägyptischen Tempeln der griechisch-römischen Zeit. In: THOTs : Infoheft des Collegium Aegyptium e.V., No. 16: pp. 16-23
Altmann-Wendling, Victoria (2017): Zwischen Mythologie und Mathematik – Das Wissen vom Mond im Alten Ägypten. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, No. 1: pp. 58-64
Altmann-Wendling, Victoria (2017): Raum-Zeit. Mond- und Tempeltreppen als Orte des Rituals. In: Baumann, Stefan; Kockelmann, Holger (eds.) : Der ägyptische Tempel als ritueller Raum : Theologie und Kult in ihrer architektonischen und ideellen Dimension : Akten der internationalen Tagung, Haus der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, 9.–12. Juni 2015. Studien zur spätägyptischen Religion, Vol. 17. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. pp. 419-445
Altmann-Wendling, Victoria (2016): Das Ritual iny.t-rd(.wi) und das Umlaufopfer - zu neuen Fragmenten und unterschiedlichen Überlieferungssträngen des Mundöffnungsrituals. In: Pries, Andreas H. (ed.) : Die Variation der Tradition : Modalitäten der Ritualadaption im Alten Ägypten : Akten des Internationalen Symposions in Heidelberg vom 25.-28. November 2012. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, Vol. 240. Leuven: Peeters. pp. 91-131
Altmann-Wendling, Victoria (2017): Of Min and Moon - Cosmological Concepts in the Temple of Athribis (Upper Egypt). In: Rosati, Gloria; Guidotti, Maria Cristina (eds.) : Proceedings of the XI International Congress of Egyptologists : Florence Egyptian Museum, Florence, 23-30 August 2015 (2017). Archaeopress egyptology, Vol. 19. Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd. pp. 7-13
Andrades Valtueña, Aida; Mittnik, Alissa; Key, Felix M.; Haak, Wolfgang; Allmäe, Raili; Belinskij, Andrej; Daubaras, Mantas; Feldman, Michal; Jankauskas, Rimantas; Janković, Ivor; Massy, Ken; Novak, Mario; Pfrengle, Saskia; Reinhold, Sabine; Šlaus, Mario; Spyrou, Maria A.; Szécsényi-Nagy, Anna; Tõrv, Mari; Hansen, Svend; Bos, Kirsten I.; Stockhammer, Philipp W.; Herbig, Alexander; Krause, Johannes (2017): The Stone Age Plague and Its Persistence in Eurasia. In: Current biology, Vol. 27, No. 23: pp. 3683-3691
Andrades Valtueña, Aida; Mittnik, Alissa; Key, Felix M.; Haak, Wolfgang; Allmäe, Raili; Belinskij, Andrej; Daubaras, Mantas; Feldman, Michal; Jankauskas, Rimantas; Janković, Ivor; Massy, Ken; Novak, Mario; Pfrengle, Saskia; Reinhold, Sabine; Šlaus, Mario; Spyrou, Maria A.; Szécsényi-Nagy, Anna; Tõrv, Mari; Hansen, Svend; Bos, Kirsten I.; Stockhammer, Philipp W.; Herbig, Alexander; Krause, Johannes (17. May 2017): The Stone Age Plague: 1000 years of Persistence in Eurasia.
Athanassov, Bogdan; Gorczyk, John; Kulov, Ilia; Stockhammer, Philipp W. (2016): Eine Eberzahnlamelle aus der spätbronzezeitlichen Siedlung von Bresto. In: Bacvarov, Krum; Gleser, Ralf (eds.) : Southeast Europe and Anatolia in prehistory : essays in honor of Vassil Nikolov on his 65th anniversary. Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie, Vol. 293. Bonn: Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt. pp. 465-474
Athanassov, Bogdan; Kulov, Ilia; Stockhammer, Philipp W.; Gorczyk, John (2016): Проучвания в Бресто с. Баня, община Разлог през 2015 г. In: Archeologičeski otkritija i razkopki prez ... g., Vol. 2015: pp. 187-190
Augenti, Andrea; Cirelli, Enrico (2016): San Severo and religious life in Ravenna during the ninth and tenth centuries. In: Herrin, Judith; Nelson, Jinty (eds.) : Ravenna : its role in earlier medieval change and exchange. London: Institute of Historical Research. pp. 33-43

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Bartash, Vitali (2015): Children in Institutional Households of Late Uruk Period Mesopotamia. In: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und Vorderasiatische Archäologie, Vol. 105, No. 2: pp. 131-138 [PDF, 555kB]
Bartash, Vitali (2017): Sumerian Administrative and Legal Documents ca. 900‒2200 BC in the Schøyen Collection.Cornell University studies in Assyriology and Sumerology, Vol. 35. Bethesda, Maryland: CDL Press.
Bartash, Vitali (2017): [Rezension von] Sargonic Cuneiform Tablets in the Real Academia de la Historia: The Carl L. Lippmann Collection by Manuel Molina. - Madrid, 2014. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society : JAOS, Vol. 137, No. 1: pp. 184-186
Bartash, Vitali (2017): Supervision over Weighing in Early Dynastic and Sargonic Mesopotamia. In: Boer, Rients de; Dercksen, Jan Gerrit (eds.) : Private and state in the ancient Near East : proceedings of the 58th Rencontre assyriologique internationale at Leiden, 16-20 July 2012. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns. pp. 79-87
Bartelmus, Alexa (2016): Fragmente einer großen Sprache. Sumerisch im Kontext der Schreiberausbildung des kassitenzeitlichen Babylonien. Berlin: de Gruyter.
Bartelmus, Alexa (2010): Restoring the Past. A Historical Analysis of the Royal Temple Building Inscriptions from the Kassite Period. In: Kaskal. Rivista di storia, ambienti e culture del Vicino Oriente antico, Vol. 7: pp. 143-172
Bartelmus, Alexa (2007): Talīmu and the Relationship between Assurbanipal and Šamaš-šumu-ukīn. In: State Archives of Assyria Bulletin, Vol. 16: pp. 287-302
Bartelmus, Alexa (2017): Die Götter der Kassitenzeit. Eine Analyse ihres Vorkommens in zeitgenössischen Textquellen. In: Bartelmus, Alexa; Sternitzke, Katja (eds.) : Karduniaš, Vol. 1, Philological and Historical Studies ; Babylonia under the Kassites ; The Proceedings of the Symposium held in Munich 30 June to 2 July 2011 = Tagungsbericht des Münchner Symposiums vom 30. Juni bis 2. Juli 2011. Untersuchungen zur Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie, Vol. 11. Berlin: De Gruyter. pp. 245-312
Bartelmus, Alexa (2016): The Role of Babylon in Babylonian Scribal Education. In: Yamada, Shigeo; Shibata, Daisuke (eds.) : Cultures and Societies in the Middle Euphrates and Habur Areas in the Second Millennium BC - I: Scribal Education and Scribal Traditions. Studia Chaburensia, Vol. 5. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 25-43
Bartelmus, Alexa; Da Riva, Rocio; Frame, Grant; Novotny, Jamie; Weiershäuser, Frauke; Radner, Karen (2016): The Royal Inscriptions of Babylonia Online. Munich: MOCCI
Bartelmus, Alexa; Frame, Grant; Novotny, Jamie; Radner, Karen (2016): Suhu: The Inscriptions of Suhu online. Munich: MOCCI
Bartelmus, Alexa; Schmitt, Aaron (2014): Beutestücke aus Babylonien in Assyrien. Überlegungen zu einer neuen Weihinschrift Kurigalzus I. aus Assur. In: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und Vorderasiatische Archäologie, Vol. 104: pp. 74-90
Bartelmus, Alexa; Taylor, Jon (2014): Collecting and Connecting History. Nabonidus and the Kassite Rebuilding of E(ul)maš of (Ištar)-Annunītu in Sippar-Annunītu. In: Journal of Cuneiform Studies, Vol. 66: pp. 113-128
Bauer, Franz Alto (2013): Eine Stadt und ihr Patron. Thessaloniki und der Heilige Demetrios. Regensburg: Schnell & Steiner.
Bauer, Franz Alto (2009): Gabe und Person. Geschenke als Träger personaler Aura in der Spätantike.Eichstätter Universitätsreden, Vol. 116. Eichstätt: Kath. Univ. Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.
Bauer, Franz Alto (1996): Stadt, Platz und Denkmal in der Spätantike. Untersuchungen zur Ausstattung des öffentlichen Raums in den spätantiken Städten Rom, Konstantinopel und Ephesos. Mainz: von Zabern.
Bauer, Franz Alto; Zimmermann, Norbert (eds.) (2001): Epochenwandel? Kunst und Kultur zwischen Antike und Mittelalter. 1. Auflage. Mainz: von Zabern.
Bauer, Franz Alto (1997): Einige weniger bekannte Platzanlagen im spätantiken Rom. In: Colella, Renate L. (ed.) : Pratum Romanum : Richard Krautheimer zum 100. Geburtstag. Wiesbaden: Reichert. pp. 27-54
Ben Tahar, Sami; Rummel, Philipp von; Ritter, Stefan; Aoudi, Mekki; Dinies, Michèle; Fassbinder, Jörg; Mansel, Karin; Möller, Heike; Mukai, Tomoo; Peters, Joris; Reichmuth, Silvio; Trixl, Simon (2020): Henchir Bourgou (Djerba), Tunesien. Die Arbeiten der Jahre 2017 bis 2019. In: e-Forschungsberichte des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Vol. 2020, No. 1: pp. 97-108
Bergmeier, Armin F. (2017): Visionserwartung. Visualisierung und Präsenzerfahrung des Göttlichen in der Spätantike.Spätantike - frühes Christentum - Byzanz. Reihe B, Studien und Perspektiven, Vol. 43. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2006): Antike Sarkophag-Bilder für Goethes 'verteufelt humane' Iphigenie. Rom 1786: eine Miszelle zu Heeren, Goethe und Lips. In: Pegasus : Berliner Beiträge zum Nachleben der Antike, Vol. 7.2005: pp. 163-186
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2008): Der Liber-Tempel in Pompeji, S. Abbondio. Oskisches Vorstadtheiligtum und römisches Vereinslokal. In: Römische Mitteilungen = Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung = Bullettino dell'Istituto Archeologico Germanico, Sezione Romana, Vol. 113.2007: pp. 317-371
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2014): Gegenwart und Vergegenwärtigung. Dynamische Dinge im Ausgang von Homer. In: Ding und Mensch in der Antike : Gegenwart – Vergegenwärtigung. Akademiekonferenzen, Vol. 16. Heidelberg: Winter. pp. 15-48
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2014): Lichtblicke – Sehstrahlen. Überlegungen zur Präsenz kaiserzeitlicher Lampen. In: Ding und Mensch in der Antike : Gegenwart – Vergegenwärtigung. Akademiekonferenzen, Vol. 16. Heidelberg: Winter. pp. 195-238
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2004): Orest im Medusengrab. Ein Versuch zum Betrachter. In: Römische Mitteilungen = Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung = Bullettino dell'Istituto Archeologico Germanico, Sezione Romana, Vol. 110.2003: pp. 117-150
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2005): Orestes auf römischen Sarkophagen. Berlin: Reimer.
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2010): Wo nur sind die Bürger von Pergamon? Eine Phänomenologie bürgerlicher Unscheinbarkeit in der Residenzstadt der Attaliden. In: Istanbuler Mitteilungen, Vol. 60: pp. 117-201
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2007): [Rezension von] Elena Pettenò, Cruciamenta Acherunti. I dannati nell’ Ade romano: una proposta interpretativa. Roma: 'L'Erma di Bretschneider, 2004. In: Gnomon : kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, Vol. 79, No. 6: pp. 549-556
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2005): [Rezension von] Paul Zanker – Björn Christian Ewald, Mit Mythen leben, München 2004. In: Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft : (GFA), Vol. 5: pp. 1067-1079
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2014): The Lure and Lore of Light. Roman Lamps in the Harvard Art Museums. In: Ebbinghaus, Susanne (ed.) : Ancient Bronzes through a modern lens : introductory essays on the study of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Bronzes ; in honor of David Gordon Mitten. New Haven [u.a.]: Yale Univ. Press [u.a.]. pp. 171-191
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2018): Der Wille im Pfeil. Menos als Bewegungsenergie in Homer, Aristoteles und in frühgriechischen Bildern treffender Wurfgeschosse. In: Fehrenbach, Frank; Felfe, Robert; Leonhard, Karin (eds.) : Kraft, Intensität, Energie : zur Dynamik der Kunst. Naturbilder / Images of Nature, Vol. 2. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.
Bielfeldt, Ruth (1999): Lemmata “Amykos, Dionysiskos, Herakleiskos, Herakles, Ichneutai, Krisis, Momos, Salmoneus”. In: Krumeich, Ralf; Pechstein, N.; Seidensticker, B. (eds.) : Das griechische Satyrspiel. Texte zur Foschung, Vol. 72. Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchgesellschaft.
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2012): Polis Made Manifest. The Physiognomy of the Public in the Hellenistic City – with a Case Study of the Agora in Priene. In: Kuhn, Christina (ed.) : Politische Kommunikation und öffentliche Meinung in der antiken Welt. Stuttgart: Steiner. pp. 78-122
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2016): Sight and Light. Reified Gazes and Looking Artefacts in the Greek Cultural imagination. In: Squire, Michael (ed.) : Sight and the ancient senses. London ; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 123-142
Bielfeldt, Ruth (2011): Das Macellum von Pompeiopolis: ein neuer Markt für Kleinasien. Vorbericht zu den Grabungskampagnen 2008 und 2009. In: Summerer, Latife (ed.) : Pompeiopolis. Band 1: Eine Zwischenbilanz aus der Metropole Paphlagoniens nach fünf Kampagnen ; 2006 - 2010. Schriften des Zentrums für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte des Schwarzmeerraumes, Vol. 21. Langenweißbach: Beier & Beran. pp. 49-62
Bielfeldt, Ruth; Hunziker, Manuel; Schröder-Giebel, Nele (21. September 2018): Der Münchner Olympia-Giebel. 45 Jahre später. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, No. 5: pp. 39-42
Bietak, Manfred; Forstner-Müller, Irene; van Koppen, Frans; Radner, Karen (2009): Der Hyksos-Palast bei Tell el-Dab'a. Zweite und dritte Grabungskampagne (Frühling 2008 und Frühling 2009). In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 19: pp. 91-120 [PDF, 2MB]
Bitterer, Tobias; Priester, Sascha (2014): Archäologie, Medien und Unterricht. Wo wir im Alltag auf Spartacus & Co. treffen. München [PDF, 57MB]
Boccuti, Simona; Squitieri, Andrea; Angelini, Giulio; Lazzari, Alessandra; Di Luzio, Emiliano; Albano, Marco (September 2015): Preliminary surface analyses by ESEM–EDS of calcite bowls from Shahr-i Sokhta (Sistan, Iran, ca. 3200–1800 BCE): Results and possible interpretations. In: Journal of Archaeological Science, No. 61: pp. 244-259
Budka, Julia (2010): Bestattungsbrauchtum und Friedhofsstruktur im Asasif. Eine Untersuchung der spätzeitlichen Befunde anhand der Ergebnisse der österreichischen Ausgrabungen in den Jahren 1969 - 1977.Untersuchungen der Zweigstelle Kairo des Österreichischen Archäologischen Institutes, Vol. 34. Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wissenschaften.
Budka, Julia (2016): Bichrome Painted Nile Clay Vessels from Sai Island (Sudan). In: Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne : BCE, Vol. 25: pp. 331-341
Budka, Julia (2017): Crossing Borders. Settlement Archaeology in Egypt and Sudan. In: Near Eastern Archaeology, Vol. 80, No. 1: pp. 14-21
Budka, Julia (2017): Das Grab eines Goldschmiedemeisters auf Sai in Obernubien. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 35: pp. 52-63
Budka, Julia (2001): Der König an der Haustür. Die Rolle des ägyptischen Herrschers an dekorierten Türgewänden von Beamten im Neuen Reich.Veröffentlichungen der Institute für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien, Vol. 94. Wien: Afro-Pub.
Budka, Julia (2010): Der Schönbrunner Obelisk. Symbolik und inhaltliches Programm des Hieroglyphendekors.Veröffentlichungen der Institute für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien, Vol. 103. Wien: Afro-Pub.
Budka, Julia (2013): Die 18. Dynastie auf Sai Island (Nordsudan) – neue Puzzlesteine als Ergebnisse der Feldkampagne 2013. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 26: pp. 78-87
Budka, Julia (2006): Die Humboldt University Nubian Expedition (H.U.N.E.) im Bereich des 4. Nilkataraktes im Februar 2006. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 12: p. 66
Budka, Julia (2003): Die Kultpyramide - Überlegungen zur Entwicklungsgeschichte, Bedeutung und Funktion. In: Aegyptiaca Helvetica, Vol. 17: pp. 145-162
Budka, Julia (2016): Egyptian cooking pots from the Pharaonic town of Sai Island, Nubia. In: Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne (BCE), No. 26: pp. 285-295
Budka, Julia (2015): Ein Pyramidenfriedhof auf der Insel Sai. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 31: pp. 54-65
Budka, Julia (2003): Einige Bemerkungen zu Ptah-Sokar-Osiris-Statuetten. In: Göttinger Miszellen, Vol. 193: pp. 99-101
Budka, Julia (2010): Humboldt University Nubian Expedition Riverbank Group: summary of three seasons in the Fourth Cataract area (2004-2006). In: International Conference for Nubian Studies <11, 2006, Warschau> (ed.) , Between the cataracts : proceedings of the 11th International Conference for Nubian Studies, Warsaw University, 27 August - 2 September 2006. 2., Fasc. 1. Session Papers. Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean / Supplement series, Vol. 2. 1. ed. Warsaw: University of Warsaw. pp. 119-134
Budka, Julia (2012): Kuschiten in Abydos. Einige Überlegungen zur Nutzung von Cemetery D (Mace) während der 25. Dynastie. In: Göttinger Miszellen, No. 232: pp. 29-52
Budka, Julia (2010): Kushite tomb groups in Late Period Thebes. In: International Conference for Nubian Studies <11, 2006, Warschau> (ed.) , Between the cataracts : proceedings of the 11th International Conference for Nubian Studies, Warsaw University, 27 August - 2 September 2006. 2., Fasc. 2. Session Papers. Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean / Supplement series, Vol. 2. 1. ed. Warsaw: University of Warsaw. pp. 503-518
Budka, Julia (2012): Neue Arbeiten in der Siedlung des Neuen Reiches auf Sai Island (Nordsudan). In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 24: pp. 54-63
Budka, Julia (2009): Neues zu den Nutzungsphasen des Monumentalgrabes von Anch-Hor, Obersthofmeister der Gottesgemahlin Nitokris (TT 414). In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 18: pp. 61-86
Budka, Julia (2009): Neues zum Grab des Anch-Hor (TT 414, Asasif): Der „Lichthof“. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 18: pp. 80-87
Budka, Julia (2016): Neues zum Pyramidenfriedhof auf Sai. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 33: pp. 60-67
Budka, Julia (2014): Neues zur Tempelstadt der 18. Dynastie auf Sai Island (Nordsudan) – Ergebnisse der Feldkampagne 2014. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 28: pp. 28-37
Budka, Julia (2017): Pyramid Cemetery SAC5, Sai Island, Northern Sudan. An Update Based on Fieldwork from 2015–2017. In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 27: pp. 107-130
Budka, Julia (2017): The 18th Dynasty on Sai Island - new data from excavations in the town area and cemetery SAC5. In: Sudan & Nubia : bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, Vol. 21: pp. 71-81
Budka, Julia (2014): The New Kingdom in Nubia: New results from current excavations on Sai Island. In: Egitto e vicino oriente : rivista della Sezione di Egittologia e Scienze Storiche del Vicino Oriente, Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere, Università degli Studi di Pisa, Vol. 37: pp. 55-87
Budka, Julia (2016): The New Kingdom town on Sai Island - establishing the date of its foundation: potential and limits of ceramic studies. Settlement Archaeology in Egypt and Sudan. In: Cahiers de recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et d'Egyptologie de Lille : CRIPEL, Vol. 30.2012-2013: pp. 45-63
Budka, Julia (2007): The Oriental Institute and Tetisheri Project at Abydos 2002-2004: The New Kingdom Pottery. In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 16: pp. 83-120
Budka, Julia (2015): The Pharaonic town on Sai Island and its role in the urban landscape of New Kingdom Kush. In: Sudan & Nubia : bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, Vol. 19: pp. 40-53
Budka, Julia (2011): The early New Kingdom at Sai Island: Preliminary results based on the pottery analysis (4th Season 2010). In: Sudan & Nubia : bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, Vol. 15: pp. 23-33
Budka, Julia (2008): V. Bauteile des Wohnsitzes einer thebanischen Beamtenfamilie in Elephantine. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 64: pp. 88-97
Budka, Julia (2008): VIII. Weihgefäße und Festkeramik des Neuen Reiches von Elephantine. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 64: pp. 106-132
Budka, Julia (2011): Varianz im Regelwerk. Bestattungsabläufe im Monumentalgrab von Anch-Hor, Obersthofmeister der Gottesgemahlin Nitokris (TT 414). In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 20: pp. 49-66
Budka, Julia (2014): Votivgaben für Osiris. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 29: pp. 56-65
Budka, Julia (2010): Wiederbestattungen im Grab des Anch-Hor (TT 414): Neufunde der Kampagne 2009. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 20: pp. 88-93
Budka, Julia (2008): Wiedersehen mit Anch-Hor: Neue Arbeiten in der österreichischen Konzession des Asasifs (Theben-West). In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 16: pp. 74-79
Budka, Julia (2005): XII. Zur Keramik des Neuen Reiches - erste Beobachtungen anhand des Materials aus der Oststraße B II. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 61: pp. 90-116
Budka, Julia (2005): XIII. Ein amarnazeitlicher Krugverschluss. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 61: pp. 116-121
Budka, Julia (2012): Zur Notwendigkeit einer kritischen Archäologie – einige Bemerkungen aus ägyptologischer Perspektive. In: Forum kritische Archäologie, Vol. 1: pp. 110-115 [PDF, 189kB]
Budka, Julia (2014): Zîr vessels from the tomb of Osiris at Umm el-Qaab. In: Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne : BCE, Vol. 24: pp. 121-130
Budka, Julia (2016): Preface. In: Adenstedt, Ingrid; Bietak, Manfred (eds.) : Reconstructing Pharaonic architecture in Nubia : The case study of SAV1, Sai Island. Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt, Nubia and the Levant, Vol. 3. Wien: Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. pp. 9-11
Budka, Julia (2005): The Third Cataract - Its Historical and Political I mportance According to Royal and Private Graffiti at Tombos. In: Amenta, Alessia; Luiselli, Maria Michaela; Sordi, Maria Novella (eds.) : L' acqua nell'Antico Egitto ; vita, rigenerazione, incantesimo, medicamento ; proceedings of the First International conference for Young Egyptologists, Italy, Chainciano Terme, October 15 - 18, 2003. Egitto antico : Atti, Vol. 1. Roma: L'Erma di Bretschneider. pp. 107-115
Budka, Julia (2014): Egyptian impact on pot-breaking ceremonies at Kurru? A re-examination. In: Anderson, Julie R. (ed.) : The fourth cataract and beyond : proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies. British Museum publications on Egypt and Sudan, Vol. 1. Leuven [u.a.]: Peeters. pp. 641-654
Budka, Julia (2009): Non-textual marks from the Asasif (Western-Thebes). Remarks on function and practical use based on external textual evidence. In: Andrássy, Petra; Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems, writing and pseudo script from prehistory to modern times. Lingua Aegyptia : Studia monographica, Vol. 8. Göttingen: Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie. pp. 179-203
Budka, Julia (2016): Vessels of life: New evidence for creative aspects in material remains from domestic sites. In: Bader, Bettina; Knoblauch, Christian M.; Köhler, E. Christiana (eds.) : Vienna 2 - ancient Egyptian ceramics in the 21st century : proceedings of the international conference held at the University of Vienna, 14th-18th of May, 2012 ; Vienna 2. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, Vol. 245. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 85-102
Budka, Julia (2013): Festival Pottery from New Kingdom Egypt: Three Case Studies. In: Bader, Bettina; Ownby, Mary F. (eds.) : Functional aspects of Egyptian ceramics in their archaeological context : proceedings of a conference held at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, July 24th - July 25th, 2009. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, Vol. 217. Leuven [u.a.]: Peeters. pp. 185-213
Budka, Julia (2018): Palaces in so-called Nubian temple towns. A reassessment. Conference on palaces in Ancient Egypt, 12th-14th June 2013, London, UK.
Budka, Julia (2018): Padihorresnet C und andere Beamte der Spätzeit im östlichen Teil des Asasif. In: Blöbaum, Anke Ilona; Eaton-Krauss, Marianne; Wüthrich, Annik (eds.) : Pérégrinations avec Erhart Graefe ; Festschrift zu seinem 75. Geburtstag. Ägypten und Altes Testament, Vol. 87. Münster: Zaphon. pp. 103-114
Budka, Julia (2017): Introduction. In: Budka, Julia (ed.) : Across Borders I : the New Kingdom Town of Sai Island, Sector SAV1 North. Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt, Nubia and the Levant, Vol. 4. Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. pp. 15-22
Budka, Julia (2017): Selected finds from SAV1 North. In: Budka, Julia (ed.) : Across Borders I : the New Kingdom Town of Sai Island, Sector SAV1 North. Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt, Nubia and the Levant, Vol. 4. Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. pp. 157-170
Budka, Julia (2017): Summary. In: Budka, Julia (ed.) : Across Borders I : the New Kingdom Town of Sai Island, Sector SAV1 North. Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt, Nubia and the Levant, Vol. 4. Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. pp. 171-177
Budka, Julia (2017): The pottery from SAV1 North. In: Budka, Julia (ed.) : Across Borders I : the New Kingdom Town of Sai Island, Sector SAV1 North. Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt, Nubia and the Levant, Vol. 4. Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. pp. 119-156
Budka, Julia (2018): AcrossBorders. Five seasons of work in the Pharaonic town, Sai Island. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 113-126
Budka, Julia (2018): Individual Households and Cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. A short summary of the state-of-the-art. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 13-28
Budka, Julia (2018): Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. A short summary of the state-of-the-art. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 13-28
Budka, Julia (2018): Pots & People. Ceramics from Sai Island and Elephantine. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 147-170
Budka, Julia (2018): Tomb 26 in cemetery SAC5 on Sai Island. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 185-196
Budka, Julia (2015): Marks on Egyptian Festival Pottery. The use of pot marks in the context of Osirian rituals at Umm el-Qaab. In: Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank; Rzepka, Sławomir (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems in ancient Egypt (and elsewhere). Lingua Aegyptia Studia Monographica, Vol. 16. Hamburg: Widmaier Verlag. pp. 283-297
Budka, Julia (2015): Pot Marks on New Kingdom Amphorae from the Oases. The case of Umm el-Qaab. In: Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank; Rzepka, Sławomir (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems in ancient Egypt (and elsewhere). Lingua Aegyptia Studia Monographica, Vol. 16. Hamburg: Widmaier Verlag. pp. 299-305
Budka, Julia (2017): Constructing royal authority in New Kingdom towns in Nubia: some thoughts based on inscribed monuments from private residences. In: Bács, Tamás A.; Beinlich, Horst (eds.) : Constructing authority : prestige, reputation and the perception of power in Egyptian kingship, Budapest, May 12–14, 2016 ; 8. Symposium zur ägyptischen Königsideologie/8th Symposium on Egyptian Royal Ideology. Königtum, Staat und Gesellschaft früher Hochkulturen, Vol. 4. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 29-45
Budka, Julia (2015): The Egyptian “Re-conquest of Nubia” in the New Kingdom – Some Thoughts on the Legitimization of Pharaonic Power in the South. In: Coppens, Filip (ed.) : Royal versus Divine Authority : 7. Symposium zur ägyptischen Königsideologie ; 7th Symposium on Egyptian Royal Ideology ; acquisition, legitimization and renewal of Power, Prague, June 26–28, 2013. Königtum, Staat und Gesellschaft früher Hochkulturen, Vol. 4. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 63-82
Budka, Julia (2017): The Egyptian town on Sai Island. Fifth Day for Nubian Studies, 2017, Rom.
Budka, Julia (2007): Tomb Nr. VII in the Asasif – Its Owners, Date and Implications. In: Goyon, Jean-Claude (ed.) : Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists. Grenoble 6 - 12 septembre 2004 ; Actes du Neuviéme Congrès International des Egyptologues ; Vol. 1. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, Vol. 150. Leuven [u.a.]: Peeters. pp. 241-250
Budka, Julia (2009): Bench-marks, team marks and pot marks from the Asasif (Western-Thebes). In: Haring, Ben J. J. (ed.) : Pictograms or pseudo script? Non-textual identity marks in practical use in ancient Egypt and elsewhere ; proceedings of a conference in Leiden, 19 - 20 December 2006. Egyptologische uitgaven, Vol. 25. Leiden: Nederlands Inst. voor het Nabije Oosten [u.a.]. pp. 67-91
Budka, Julia (2018): The fortified pharaonic town on Sai Island. New results from current fieldwork (2013-2014). Thirteenth International Conference for Nubian Studies, 1st-6th September 2014, Neuchâtel.
Budka, Julia (2018): The urban landscape of Upper Nubia (Northern Sudan) in the second Millennium BC. 10th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 25-29 April 2016, Vienna, Austria.
Budka, Julia (2017): Kushites at Abydos. A view from Umm el-Qaab. In: Jurman, Claus; Bader, Bettina; Aston, David A. (eds.) : A true scribe of Abydos ; essays on First Millennium Egypt in honour of Anthony Leahy. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, Vol. 265. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 54-63
Budka, Julia (2015): Festival pottery of the New Kingdom: the case of Elephantine. In: Kousoulis, Panagiotes E. M.; Lazaridis, Nikolaos (eds.) : Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, University of the Aegean, Rhodes, 22-29 May 2008. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, Vol. 241. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 130-146
Budka, Julia (2015): The Asasif revisited: new results from the Austrian concession. In: Kousoulis, Panagiotes E. M.; Lazaridis, Nikolaos (eds.) : Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, University of the Aegean, Rhodes, 22-29 May 2008. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, Vol. 241. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 111-130
Budka, Julia (2006): Deponierungen von Balsamierungsmaterial im spätzeitlichen Theben (Ägypten). Befund, Kontext und Versuch einer Deutung. In: Mylonopulos, Joannis; Roeder, Hubert (eds.) : Archäologie und Ritual : auf der Suche nach der rituellen Handlung in den antiken Kulturen Ägyptens und Griechenlands. Wien: Phoibos-Verlag. pp. 85-103
Budka, Julia (2012): Individuen, indigene Gruppe oder integrierter Teil der ägyptischen Gesellschaft? Zur soziologischen Aussagekraft materieller Hinterlassenschaften von Kuschiten im spätzeitlichen Ägypten. In: Neunert, Gregor (ed.) : Sozialisationen: Individuum - Gruppe - Gesellschaft. Beiträge des Ersten Münchner Arbeitskreises Junge Aegyptologie (MAJA 1), 3. bis 5.12.2010. Göttinger Orientforschungen : Reihe 4, Ägypten, Vol. 51. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 45-60
Budka, Julia (2007): Documentation and excavation of dorne and crevicegraves in Kirbekan. In: Näser, Claudia; Lange, Mathias (eds.) : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Archaeology of the Fourth Nile Cataract : Berlin, August 4th - 6th, 2005. Meroitica, Vol. 23. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 73-90
Budka, Julia (2007): H.U.N.E. 2005: The Kirbekan Survey. In: Näser, Claudia; Lange, Mathias (eds.) : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Archaeology of the Fourth Nile Cataract : Berlin, August 4th - 6th, 2005. Meroitica, Vol. 23. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 58-72
Budka, Julia (2017): Pottery from the Tombs of Karakhamun and Karabasken. In: Pischikova, Elena (ed.) : Tombs of the South Asasif Necropolis : new discoveries and research 2012-14. Cairo ; New York: American University in Cairo Press. pp. 327-335
Budka, Julia (2014): Pottery from the tomb of Karakhamun (TT 223). In: Pischikova, Elena (ed.) : Tombs of the South Asasif Necropolis : Thebes, Karakhamun (TT 223), and Karabasken (TT 391) in the Twenty-fifth Dynasty. Cairo [u.a.]: American Univ. in Cairo Press. pp. 247-262
Budka, Julia (2014): Kushite pottery from the tomb of Karakhamun. Towards a reconstruction of the use of pottery in twenty-fifth dynasty temple tombs. In: Pischikova, Elena; Budka, Julia; Griffin, Kenneth (eds.) : Thebes in the first millennium BC. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publ.. pp. 503-520
Budka, Julia (2018): Kushite pottery in Egypt. An update from Thebes and Abydos. In: Pischikova, Elena; Budka, Julia; Griffin, Kenneth (eds.) : Thebes in the First Millennium BC : art and archaeology of the Kushite Period and beyond. GHP Egyptology, Vol. 27. London: Golden House Publications. pp. 357-371
Budka, Julia (2009): Ankh-Hor Revisited: Study, Documentation and Publication of Forgotten Finds from the Asasif/Thebes. In: Popielska-Grzybowska, Joanna (ed.) : Proceedings of the Fifth Central European Conference of Egyptologists : Egypt 2009 ; perspectives of research, Pułtusk 22 - 24 June 2009. Acta Archaeologica Pultuskiensia, Vol. 2. Pułtusk: The Pułtusk Academy of Humanities, Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology. pp. 23-31
Budka, Julia (2009): The Riverbank Survey of the Humboldt University Nubian Expedition (H.U.N.E.) in Dar al-Manasir: Preliminary Report for the 2004 Season. In: Popielska-Grzybowska, Joanna (ed.) : Proceedings of the Third Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists. Egypt 2004: perspectives of research ; Warsaw 12-14 May 2004. Acta archaeologica Pultuskiensia, Vol. 1. Pułtusk: Inst. of Anthropology and Archaeology. pp. 17-27
Budka, Julia (2009): The Ramesside Temple in the Asasif. Observations on its construction and function, based on the results of the Austrian Excavations. In: Preys, René (ed.) : Structuring religion : Leuven, 28. September - 1. Oktober 2005. Königtum, Staat und Gesellschaft früher Hochkulturen : Akten der Ägyptologischen Tempeltagungen, Vol. 2. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. pp. 17-45
Budka, Julia (2016): Kontinuität und Adaption – zur Einbindung von Ritualhandlungen in die Architektur spätzeitlicher Tempelgräber in Theben (25. Dynastie bis Ptolemäerzeit). In: Pries, Andreas H. (ed.) : Die Variation der Tradition : Modalitäten der Ritualadaption im Alten Ägypten : Akten des Internationalen Symposions in Heidelberg vom 25.-28. November 2012. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, Vol. 240. Leuven: Peeters. pp. 171-200
Budka, Julia : Umm el-Qa'ab and the sacred landscape of Abydos. New perspectives based on the votive pottery for Osirirs. In: Regulski, Ilona (ed.) : (2019): Abydos : the sacred land at the Western horizon. British Museum publications on Egypt and Sudan, Vol. 8. Leuven: Peeters.
Budka, Julia (2017): Life in the New Kingdom town of Sai Island: some new perspectives. In: Spencer, Neal; Stevens, Anna; Binder, Michaela (eds.) : Nubia in the New Kingdom : lived experience, pharaonic control and indigenous traditions. British Museum publications on Egypt and Sudan, Vol. 3. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 429-447
Budka, Julia (2014): Totenkult im Tempelgrab. Zu rituellen Handlungen in Elitegräbern des 1. Jahrtausends v. Chr. in Theben (Ägypten). In: Thür, Gerhard (ed.) : Grabrituale : Tod und Jenseits in Frühgeschichte und Altertum ; Akten der 3. Tagung des Zentrums Archäologie und Altertumswissenschaften an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 21.-22. März 2010. Denkschriften / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse, Vol. 467. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. pp. 41-57
Budka, Julia (2006): Das einhöckrige Kamel in Ägypten und im Sudan. In: Vaelske, Veit (ed.) : Ägypten - ein Tempel der Tiere : Begleitbuch zur gleichnamigen Ausstellung im Zoologischen Garten Berlin ; [Begleitbuch zur gleichnamigen Ausstellung vom 15. Juli bis 17. September 2006 im Zoologischen Garten Berlin]. Berlin: Achet-Verlag. pp. 45-47
Budka, Julia (2010): The use of pottery in funerary contexts during the Libyan and late period. A view from Thebes and Abydos. In: VeBareš, Ladislav (ed.) : Egypt in transition : social and religious development of Egypt in the First Millennium BCE. Proceedings of an International Conference Prague, September 1 - 4, 2009. Ägyptologie und Kulturwissenschaft, Vol. 4. Prag: Charles University. pp. 22-72
Budka, Julia (2011): Fundmaterial aus Gräbern. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der archäologischen Interpretation und ihre didaktische Vermittlung. In: Verbovsek, Alexandra (ed.) : Methodik und Didaktik in der Ägyptologie : Herausforderungen eines kulturwissenschaftlichen Paradigmenwechsels in den Altertumswissenschaften. Ägyptologie und Kulturwissenschaft, Vol. 4. Paderborn [u.a.]: Fink. pp. 185-204
Budka, Julia; Andrássy, Petra; Kammerzell, Frank (2009): Non-textual marking systems, writing and pseudo script from prehistory to present times. Eine Einführung. In: Andrássy, Petra; Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems, writing and pseudo script from prehistory to modern times. Lingua Aegyptia : Studia monographica, Vol. 8. Göttingen: Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie. pp. 1-12
Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (2018): Introduction. In: Budka, Julia; Auenmüller, Johannes (eds.) : From microcosm to macrocosm : Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia. Leiden: Sidestone Press. pp. 7-12
Budka, Julia; Doyen, Florence (2012): Life in New Kingdom towns in Upper Nubia – New evidence from recent excavations on Sai Island. In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 22/23: pp. 167-208
Budka, Julia; Effland, Ute; Effland, Andreas (2010): Studien zum Osiriskult in Umm el-Qaab/Abydos. Ein Vorbericht. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo, Vol. 66: pp. 19-91
Budka, Julia; Engel, Eva-Maria (2015): Pot Marks in Ancient Egypt: The multiple function of marking ceramic vessels. In: Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank; Rzepka, Sławomir (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems in ancient Egypt (and elsewhere). Lingua Aegyptia Studia Monographica, Vol. 16. Hamburg: Widmaier Verlag. pp. 185-186
Budka, Julia; Jurman, Claus (2013): Hermann Junker. Ein deutsch-österreichisches Forscherleben zwischen Pyramiden, Kreuz und Hakenkreuz. In: Bickel, Susanne; Fischer-Elfert, Hans-Werner; Loprieno, Antonio; Richter, Sebastian (eds.) : Ägyptologen und Ägyptologien zwischen Kaiserreich und Gründung der beiden deutschen Staaten : Reflexionen zur Geschichte und Episteme eines altertumswissenschaftlichen Fachs im 150. Jahr der Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde. Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde – Beiheft, Vol. 1. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag. pp. 299-331
Budka, Julia; Jurman, Claus (2017): Ägyptologische Forschung zwischen Christentum und Nationalsozialismus. Eine Spurensuche zum politischen, sozialen und religiösen Umfeld Hermann Junkers. In: Gütl, Clemens (ed.) : Hermann Junker : eine Spurensuche im Schatten der österreichischen Ägyptologie und Afrikanistik. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag. pp. 181-219
Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank; Rzepka, Sławomir (2015): Non-textual marking systems in Ancient Egypt (and elswhere): An introdution. In: Budka, Julia; Kammerzell, Frank; Rzepka, Sławomir (eds.) : Non-textual marking systems in ancient Egypt (and elsewhere). Lingua Aegyptia Studia Monographica, Vol. 16. Hamburg: Widmaier Verlag. pp. 1-8
Budka, Julia; Lange, Mathias (2005): Rettungsgrabungen in Nubien: H.U.N.E. In: Sokar. Fachzeitschrift für Geschichte und Archäologie Altägyptens, Vol. 11: p. 68
Budka, Julia; Mekis, Tamás (2017): The Family of Wah-ib-Re I (TT 414) from Thebes. In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 27: pp. 219-240
Budka, Julia; Mekis, Tamás; Bruwier, Marie-Cécile (2012): Re-use of Saite temple tombs in the Asasif during the early Ptolemaic time – the tomb group of Mw.t-Mnw from TT 414. In: Ägypten und Levante: Internationale Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete, Vol. 22/23: pp. 209-251
Busse, Anja (2016): Überlegungen zur graphischen Variation in der hethitischen Keilschrift. In: Cotticelli-Kurras, Paola; Rizza, Alfredo (eds.) : Variation within and among writing systems : concepts and methods in the analysis of ancient written documents. LautSchriftSprache, Vol. 1. Wiesbaden: Reichert. pp. 63-74
Busse, Anja (2016): Zur Höflichkeit im Hethitischen. In: Neri, Sergio; Schuhmann, Roland; Zeilfelder, Susanne (eds.) : "dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu" : linguistische, germanistische und indogermanistische Studien Rosemarie Lühr gewidmet ; Das gebe ich dir nun aus Freundschaft. Wiesbaden: Reichert. pp. 79-87
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Christiansen, Birgit (2005): [Rezension von] Ciraolo, Leda; Seidel, Jonathan (Hrsg.): Magic and Divination in the Ancient World. Ancient Magic and Divination II. Leiden/Boston/Köln: Brill, 2002. In: Orientalistische Literaturzeitung, Vol. 100, No. 2: pp. 171-176 [PDF, 1MB]
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Christiansen, Birgit (2012): Die lykische Nova N 337 aus Limyra. Ein Vertrag zwischen der Stadt Zẽmuri (Limyra) und *Xuxrm̃me/i? Mit einem Exkurs von Heiner Eichner zum neuen lykischen Ethnikon χuχrm̃mezi. In: Seyer, Martin (ed.) : 40 Jahre Grabungen in Limyra, Akten des Internationalen Symposiums 3.–5. September 2009. Forschungen in Limyra, Vol. 6. Wien: Phoibos. pp. 141-153 [PDF, 728kB]
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Cordes, Lisa (2017): Kaiser und Tyrann. Die Kodierung und Umkodierung der Herrscherrepräsentation Neros und Domitians.Philologus. Supplemente, Vol. 8. Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter.
Cuy, Sebastian; Scheding, Paul (2011): Projekt: Image-Grid – Information und Bild. Automatisierte Kontexte. In: KuBA - Kölner und Bonner Archaeologica : Zeitschrift der Archäologischen Institute der Universitäten Köln und Bonn, Vol. 1: pp. 189-190 [PDF, 57kB]

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Davies, Toby; Fry, Hannah; Wilson, Alan; Palmisano, Alessio; Altaweel, Mark; Radner, Karen (2014): Application of an Entropy Maximizing and Dynamics Model for Understanding Settlement Structure. In: Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 43: pp. 141-154 [PDF, 4MB]
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Díaz Hernández, Roberto A. (2017): The Egyptian Temple as a Place to House Collections (from the Old Kingdom to the Late Period). In: Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 103, No. 1: pp. 3-11 [PDF, 780kB]
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Díaz Hernández, Roberto A. (2016): Zur Entstehung des ägyptischen Museums in Deutschland: Von der fürstlichen Kunstkammer zum ägyptischem Museumssaal. In: Curiositas : Jahrbuch für Museologie und museale Quellenkunde, Vol. 14-15
Díaz Hernández, Roberto A. (2017): "Paddle Dolls" - Ritual Figurines of Fertility. In: Miniaci, Gianluca; Betrờ, Marilina; Quirke, Stephen (eds.) : Company of images : Modelling the imaginary world of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1500 BC) : proceedings of the international conference of the EPOCHS Project held 18th-20th at UCL, London. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, Vol. 262. Leuven ; Paris ; Bristol, CT: Peeters. pp. 125-132

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Egeler, Matthias (2017): Islands in the west. Classical myth and the medieval Norse and Irish geographical imagination.Medieval voyaging, Vol. 4. Turnhout: Brepols.
Ehling, Kay (2007): "...Aber ich denke viel und gern an den Thesaurus zurück und hoffe ihn doch bald einmal wieder zu besuchen". In: Hermes : Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie, Vol. 135, No. 2: pp. 238-245
Ehling, Kay (2004): "Vielleicht werde ich auch einmal wieder Deutschland besuchen können". Ein Brief Victor Ehrenbergs vom 20. Februar 1947. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 53: pp. 121-128
Ehling, Kay (2005): "Wer wird jetzt noch an Schicksalsforschung und Horoskop glauben?" (Ephraim der Syrer 4,26). Noch ein Wort zur Julians Stiermünzen und zum Geburtsdatum des Kaisers. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 55/56: 111 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2009): Ab illo enim divo Claudio. Konstantin der Große und Claudius II. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 59: 129 ff.
Ehling, Kay (1995): Alexander II. Zabinas - ein angeblicher (Adoptiv-)Sohn des Antiochos VII. oder Alexander I. Balas? In: Schweizer Münzblätter, Vol. 45, No. 177: pp. 2-6
Ehling, Kay (2010): Alexander der Große mit dem Elefantenskalp. Eine Bilderfindung ptolemäischer Hofkünstler. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 41, No. 3: 9 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2014): Alexander von Stauffenberg und sein Bild von Konstantin dem Großen. In: Gymnasium : Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung, Vol. 121: 155 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2010): Auch eine Frage des Protokolls? Überlegungen zur Feindschaft/Freundschaft zwischen Herodes Antipas und Pontius Pilatus (Lk 23,12). In: Biblische Notizen, No. 146: 101 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2010): Bilder aus dem Armenienkrieg des Maximus Daia. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 60: 183 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2010): Der "Reichskanzler" im Seleukidenreich. In: Epigraphica Anatolica : Zeitschrift für Epigraphik und historische Geographie Anatoliens, No. 30: 97 ff.
Ehling, Kay (1996): Der Ausgang des Perserfeldzuges in der Münzpropaganda des Jovian. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 78, No. 1: pp. 186-191
Ehling, Kay (2000): Der Emmonideia-Agon auf den kaiserzeitlichen Münzen von Magnesia am Sipylos. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 50: 61 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2005): Der Herr der Ringe. Seleukos I. und andere Könige mit Ohrringen. In: Electrum : Studia z Historii Starozytnej, No. 10: 41 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2010): Der Tetrarch Maximinus Daia, sein Grab bei Tarsos und Kaiser Julian. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 59: pp. 252-255
Ehling, Kay (2007): Der Tod des Usurpators Achaios. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 56: pp. 497-501
Ehling, Kay (2001): Die Erhebung des Nepotianus in Rom im Juni 350 n. Chr. und sein Programm der urbs Roma christiana. In: Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft (GFA), No. 4: pp. 141-159
Ehling, Kay (2005): Die Gautinger Fundmünzen des Jahres 2002. In: Bericht der bayerischen Bodendenkmalpflege, Vol. 43/44: 196 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2008): Die Münzen der Kastelle von Wörth. In: Bericht der bayerischen Bodendenkmalpflege, Vol. 49: 88 ff.
Ehling, Kay (1996): Die Nachfolgeregelung des Antiochos VII. vor seinem Aufbruch in den Partherkrieg (131 v. Chr.). In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 46: pp. 31-37
Ehling, Kay (2003): Die Speisung der Fünftausend und die Reisekasse der Jünger. Anmerkungen zu Mk 6, 35-37. In: Marburger Beiträge zur antiken Handels-, Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte : MBAH, Vol. 23, No. 2: pp. 47-58
Ehling, Kay (2001): Ein Fund von 14 fränkischen Denaren in einem Grab des 12. Jhs. in Sennfeld (Landkreis Schweinfurt, Unterfranken). In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 51/52: 119 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2001): Ein Hortfund von Marktl (Landkreis Altötting). Numismatische Beobachtungen zum Germanenfeldzug des Maximus Thrax (235/36 n.Chr.). In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 51/52: 17 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2005): Ein reitender Telesphoros. In: Epigraphica Anatolica : Zeitschrift für Epigraphik und historische Geographie Anatoliens, No. 38: 159 ff.
Ehling, Kay (1997): Eine seleukidische Münzstätte in Areia (Artakoana/Alexandreia). Zu E. T. Newell ESM Nr. 727-745. In: Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau, Vol. 76: pp. 29-38
Ehling, Kay (2004): Geprägte Bilder. Münzen der Seleukiden in Antiochia. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 35: 27 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2007): Jesus bezwingt Poseidon. Der See Gennesaret, die Stillung des Sturmes bei Markus 41, 35/41 und die Münzen von Tiberias. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 57: 41 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2001): Kaiser Julian, der Senat und die Stadt Rom. In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik - ZPE, No. 137: pp. 292-296
Ehling, Kay (2013): Konstantin 313. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, No. 6: 77 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2013): Mehr als Gold und Silber. Die Staatliche Münzsammlung München. Museumsportrait. Die Staatliche Münzsammlung München. Museumsportrait. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 2: 84 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2001): Mithras Equitans auf den kaiserlichen Münzen von Trapezunt. In: Epigraphica Anatolica : Zeitschrift für Epigraphik und historische Geographie Anatoliens, No. 33: 129 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2007): Münzen in der Logienquelle. In: Biblische Notizen, No. 133: 99 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2010): Numismatische Anmerkungen zu Longos'"Daphnis und Chloe". In: Hermes : Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie, Vol. 138, No. 3: pp. 352-360
Ehling, Kay (1998): Seleukidische Geschichte zwischen 130 und 121 v. Chr. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 46: pp. 141-151
Ehling, Kay (2009): Soldatenkaiser, RIC und Dealer. Helmut Krausser als Münzsammler. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 59: 91 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2000): Stierdionysos oder Sohn des Poseidon. Zu den Hörnern des Demetrios Poliorketes. In: Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft (GFA), No. 3: pp. 153-162
Ehling, Kay (2003): Unruhen, Aufstände und Abfallbewegungen der Bevölkerung in Phönikien, Syrien und Kilikien unter den Seleukiden. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 52: pp. 300-336
Ehling, Kay (1998): Wann beginnt die Eigenmünzung Odovacars? In: Schweizer Münzblätter, Vol. 48, No. 190: pp. 33-37
Ehling, Kay (2008): Warum lieferte Judas Jesus aus? In: Biblische Notizen, No. 139: 107 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2007): Warum ließ Herodes Antipas Johannes den Täufer verhaften? Oder: Wenn ein Prophet politisch gefährlich wird. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 89: 137 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2003): Zu Thomas Mommsens Auswertung der Münzzeugnisse im Judäa-Kapitel des 5. Buches seiner Römischen Geschichte. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 53/54: 1 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2013): Zu dem angeblichen Bündnis zwischen Maximus Daia und Maxentius. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 63: 173 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2012): Zu den Faust-Illustrationen des Münchner Malers Gabriel von Max. In: Goethe Jahrbuch, Vol. 129: pp. 186-200
Ehling, Kay (1996): Zu einer Bronzemünze des Alexander II. Zabinas. In: Schweizer Münzblätter, Vol. 46, No. 183: pp. 85-89
Ehling, Kay (2000): Zum Gigantenschild mit dem zwölfstrahligen Stern am Ostfries des Pergamonaltars. In: Archäologischer Anzeiger : AA, No. 2: pp. 273-278
Ehling, Kay (1997): Zur Datierung des Gold- und Silbergeld"verbots" in Sparta. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 47: pp. 13-20
Ehling, Kay (2008): Zur Datierung eines Epigramms des Philipp von Thessalonike (Anth. Pal. 9, 285). Die numismatischen Zeugnisse. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 58: 75 ff.
Ehling, Kay (1996): Zur Geschichte Constantins III. In: Francia. Forschungen zur westeuropäischen Geschichte / 3, 19./20. Jahrhundert = Histoire contemporaine, Vol. 23, No. 1: pp. 1-12
Ehling, Kay (2001): Zwei 'seleukidische' Miszellen. In: Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, No. 50: pp. 374-378
Ehling, Kay (2003): Zwei Anmerkungen zum argyrion in Apg 19,19. In: Zeitschrift für neutestamentliche Wissenschaft, Vol. 94, No. 3-4: 269 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2015): [Rezension von] Reiser, Marius: Der unbequeme Jesus. - 3. AUflage. (Biblisch-Theologische Studien 122). - Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Theologie, 2013. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, Vol. 164: 143-ff.
Ehling, Kay (2004): [Rezension zu] Baldus, Hans Roland: Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Deutschland. Staatliche Münzsammlung München, Heft 28. Syrien: Nicht-königliche Prägungen, Nr. 1-1066. - München, 2001. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 86: 526 f.
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Baumgarten, Albert I: Elias Bickerman as a Historian of the Jews. A twentieth century tale. - Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010. In: H-Soz-u-Kult, Vol. 9, No. 3
Ehling, Kay (2005): [Rezension zu] Bringmann, Klaus: Kaiser Julian. Der letzte heidnische Herrscher. - Darmstadt: Primus, 2004. In: Historische Zeitschrift, No. 281: pp. 431-433
Ehling, Kay (2014): [Rezension zu] Bronfen, Elisabeth ; Lulinska, Agnieszka M.: Kleopatra. Die ewige Diva. - München: Hirmer, 2013. In: Gymnasium : Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung, No. 121
Ehling, Kay (2012): [Rezension zu] Camilleri, Andrea: Die Münze von Akragas. - München: Nagel & Kimche im Carl Hanser Verl., 2012. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 62: 501 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Claußen, Carsten ; Aviam, Mordechai: Jesus und die Archäologie Galiläas. - Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2008. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 148: 138 f.
Ehling, Kay (2012): [Rezension zu] Dreyer, Boris (Hg.): Lokale Eliten und hellenistische Könige. Zwischen Kooperation und Konfrontation. - Berlin: Verl. Antike, 2011. In: Historische Zeitschrift, No. 295: 750 f.
Ehling, Kay (2008): [Rezension zu] Fleck, Thorsten: Die Portraits Julianus Apostatas. - Hamburg: Kovač, 2008. In: Bonner Jahrbücher des Rheinischen Landesmuseums in Bonn und des Rheinischen Amtes für Bodendenkmalpflege im Landschaftsverband Rheinland und des Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande, No. 208: pp. 430-431
Ehling, Kay (2007): [Rezension zu] Frolova, Nina Andreevna: Die frühe Münzprägung vom Kimmerischen Bosporos (Mitte 6. bis Anfang 4. Jh. v. Chr.). Die Münzen der Städte Pantikapaion, Theodosia, Nymphaion und Phanagoria sowie der Sinder . - Berlin: Akad.-Verl., 2004. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 89
Ehling, Kay (2003): [Rezension zu] Göbl, Robert: 1. Die Münzprägung der Kaiser Valerianus I./Gallienus/Saloninus (253/268), Regalianus (260) und Macrianus/Quietus (260/262). - Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss., 2000. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 85, No. 1: 250 f.
Ehling, Kay (2012): [Rezension zu] Hahn, Ferdinand ; Klein, Hans: Die frühchristliche Prophetie. Ihre Voraussetzungen, ihre Anfänge und ihre Entwicklung bis zum Montanismus. Eine Einführung. - Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Theologie, 2011. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 152: 143 f.
Ehling, Kay (2003): [Rezension zu] Haupt, Peter: Römische Münzhorte des 3. Jhs. in Gallien und den germanischen Provinzen. Eine Studie zu archäologischen Aspekten der Entstehung, Verbergung und Auffindung von Münzhorten. - Grunbach: Greiner, 2001. In: H-Soz-u-Kult, Vol. 1, No. 2
Ehling, Kay (2013): [Rezension zu] Heininger, Bernhard (Hg.): Mächtige Bilder. Zeit- und Wirkungsgeschichte der Johannesoffenbarung. - Stuttgart: Verl. Kath. Bibelwerk, 2011. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 157: 136 f.
Ehling, Kay (1996): [Rezension zu] Hollstein, Wilhelm: Die stadtrömische Münzprägung der Jahre 78-50 v. Chr. zwischen politischer Aktualität und Familienthematik. Kommentar und Bibliographie. - München: Tuduv, 1993. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 46: pp. 237-240
Ehling, Kay (2008): [Rezension zu] Hoover, Oliver D.: 2. Coins of the Seleucid Empire from the Collection of Arthur Houghton. - New York 2007. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 58: 195 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Houghton, Arthur ; Lorber, Catherine ; Hoover, Oliver D. (Hg.): Seleucid Coins. A comprehensive guide: Part 2, Seleucus IV through Antiochus XIII. - Lancaster [u.a.]: Cloth, 2008. In: Electrum : Studia z Historii Starozytnej, No. 18: 185 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2013): [Rezension zu] Kittelmann, Udo: Vadim Zakharov. Danaë. - Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2013. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 63: 411 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2013): [Rezension zu] Kocziszky, Éva ; Lang, Jörn: Tiefenwärts. Archäologische Imaginationen von Dichtern. - Darmstadt u.a.: Zabern, 2013. In: Bonner Jahrbücher des Rheinischen Landesmuseums in Bonn und des Rheinischen Amtes für Bodendenkmalpflege im Landschaftsverband Rheinland und des Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande, No. 213: pp. 518-519
Ehling, Kay (2004): [Rezension zu] Komnick, Holger: Die Münzprägung von Nicopolis ad Mestum. - Berlin: Akad.-Verl., 2003. In: Klio : Beiträge zur alten Geschichte, Vol. 86: p. 527
Ehling, Kay (2000): [Rezension zu] Kos, Peter: 3. Die Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Slowenien. - Berlin 1995. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 50: 201 f.
Ehling, Kay (2001): [Rezension zu] Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia (Bearb.): Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Greece II. The Alpha Bank Collection. Macedonia I: Alexander I-Perseus. Alpha Bank Athen, Nr. 1-1148. - Athen 2000. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 51/52: 157 f.
Ehling, Kay (2008): [Rezension zu] Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia: Multiple Concealments from the Sanctuary of Zeus Olympios at Dion. Three Roman Provincial Coin Hoards. - Athens: Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, 2004. In: Gnomon : kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, Vol. 80, No. 4: pp. 377-378
Ehling, Kay (1997): [Rezension zu] Leschhorn, Wolfgang: Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Deutschland. Staatliche Münzsammlung München, Heft 23. Lydien, Nr. 1-815. - Berlin 1997. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 47: pp. 222-224
Ehling, Kay (2009): [Rezension zu] Lona, Horacio E.: Judas Iskariot. Legende und Wahrheit. - Freiburg im Breisgau u.a.: Herder, 2007. In: Gymnasium : Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung, No. 116: pp. 616-617
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Metzner, Rainer: Die Prominenten im Neuen Testament. Ein prosopographischer Kommentar. - Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2008. In: H-Soz-u-Kult, Vol. 8, No. 2
Ehling, Kay (2010): [Rezension zu] Mutschler, Bernhard: Die Verspottung des Königs der Juden. Jesu Verspottung in Jerusalem unter dem Blickwinkel einer parodierten Königsaudienz. - Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2008. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 145: 140 f.
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Neumann, Nils: Armut und Reichtum im Lukasevangelium und in der kynischen Philosophie. - Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 2010. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 151: 135 f.
Ehling, Kay (2004): [Rezension zu] Noeske, Hans-Christoph: 4,3,3. Die Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Deutschland. Rheinland-Pfalz. Stadt Trier und Reg.-Bez. Trier, Münzen ohne Fundort und/oder ohne Inventarnummer (3021,1-2). - Mainz, 2004. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 53/54: p. 167
Ehling, Kay (2009): [Rezension zu] Ostermann, Siegfried: Die Münzen der Hasmonäer. Ein kritischer Bericht zu Systematik und Chronologie. - Fribourg: Acad. Press [u.a.], 2005. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 143: 144 f.
Ehling, Kay (2006): [Rezension zu] Papageorgiadou-Banis, Harikleia: The numismatic iconography of the Roman colonies in Greece. Local spirit and the expression of imperial policy. - Athen: Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, 2004. In: Historische Zeitschrift, No. 283: 452 f.
Ehling, Kay (2014): [Rezension zu] Rosen, Klaus: Konstantin der Große. Kaiser zwischen Machtpolitik und Religion. - Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 2013. In: Gymnasium : Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung, No. 121
Ehling, Kay (1997): [Rezension zu] Selinger, Reinhard: Die Religionspolitik des Kaisers Decius. Anatomie einer Christenverfolgung. - Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 1994. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 47: pp. 228-229
Ehling, Kay (2001): [Rezension zu] Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Österreich. Sammlung Leypold, Band I.: Pontos - Lydien. - Wien 2000. In: Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau, No. 80: pp. 229-231
Ehling, Kay (2013): [Rezension zu] Wallraff, Martin: Sonnenkönig der Spätantike. Die Religionspolitik Konstantins des Großen. - Freiburg u.a.: Herder, 2013. In: Antike Welt : Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 6: p. 91
Ehling, Kay (2000): [Rezension zu] Weiller, Raymond: Der Schatzfund von Titelberg. - Berlin: Gebr. Mann, 1999. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 50: 199 f.
Ehling, Kay (1997): [Rezension zu] Wiebe, Franz Josef: Kaiser Valens und die heidnische Opposition. - Bonn: Habelt, 1995. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 47: pp. 229-233
Ehling, Kay (2013): [Rezension zu] Wienand, Johannes: Der Kaiser als Sieger. Metamorphosen triumphaler Herrschaft unter Constantin I. - Berlin: Akad.-Verl., 2012. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 63: 377 ff.
Ehling, Kay (2011): [Rezension zu] Witetschek, Stephan: 1. Ephesische Enthüllungen. Frühe Christen in einer antiken Großstadt. Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Frage nach den Kontexten der Johannesapokalypse. - Leuven 2008. In: Biblische Notizen / Neue Folge, No. 148: 136 f.
Ehling, Kay (2008): [Rezension zu] Witulsky, Thomas: Die Johannesoffenbarung und Kaiser Hadrian. Studien zur Datierung der neutestamentlichen Apokalypse. - Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2007. In: H-Soz-u-Kult, Vol. 6, No. 4
Ehling, Kay (1997): Überlegungen zur Herkunft und Bedeutung des Helms auf den Münzen Antiochos' VI. und Tryphons. In: Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Vol. 47: pp. 21-27
Ehling, Kay (2012): Antiochos VII Sidetes. In: Bagnall, Roger S. (ed.) : The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. John Wiley
Ehling, Kay (2012): Diodotos Tryphon. In: Bagnall, Roger S. (ed.) : The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. John Wiley
Ehling, Kay (2012): Seleukos IV Philopator. In: Bagnall, Roger S. (ed.) : The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. John Wiley
Ehling, Kay (2012): Tiberias. In: Bagnall, Roger S. (ed.) : The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. John Wiley
Ehling, Kay (2007): (I.13.120) Silbermedaillon Konstantins des Großen (Kopie). In: Demandt, Alexander; Engemann, Josef (eds.) : Konstantin der Große - Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
Ehling, Kay (2007): (I.13.23) Follis des Maximinus Daia. In: Demandt, Alexander; Engemann, Josef (eds.) : Konstantin der Große - Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
Ehling, Kay (2007): (I.13.24) Follis des Maximinus Daia. In: Demandt, Alexander; Engemann, Josef (eds.) : Konstantin der Große - Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
Ehling, Kay (2007): (I.13.25) Follis des Maximinus Daia. In: Demandt, Alexander; Engemann, Josef (eds.) : Konstantin der Große - Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
Ehling, Kay (2007): (I.13.60) Magische Gemme mit Salomonreiter. In: Demandt, Alexander; Engemann, Josef (eds.) : Konstantin der Große - Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
Ehling, Kay (2002): Gelehrte Freunde der Seleukidenkönige. In: Goltz, Andreas (ed.) : Gelehrte in der Antike. Alexander Demandt zum 65. Geburtstag. Köln: Böhlau. pp. 41-58
Ehling, Kay (1998): Probleme der seleukidischen Chronologie und Geschichte der Jahre zwischen 139 und 131 v. Chr. In: Peter, Ulrike (ed.) : Stephanos nomismatikos. Edith Schönert-Geiß zum 65. Geburtstag. Berlin: Akad.-Verl.. pp. 227-241
Ehling, Kay; Adak, Mustafa (2009): "Ich muss aber dazu anmerken, dass ich nicht die Absicht habe, nach Deutschland zurückzukehren ..." Exil und neue Heimat. Clemens Bosch zwischen Halle und Istanbul (1933-1939). In: Chiron : Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, No. 39: 271 ff.
Ehling, Kay; Klose, Dietrich O. A.; Stumpf, Gerd (2006): Neuerwerbungsbericht der Staatlichen Münzsammlung München für die Jahre 1993 bis 1999. In: Münchner Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst, Vol. 57: pp. 341-355
Ehling, Kay; Klose, Dietrich O. A.; Stumpf, Gerd (2007): Neuerwerbungsbericht der Staatlichen Münzsammlung München für die Jahre 2000 bis 2006. In: Münchner Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst, Vol. 58: pp. 247-271
Ehling, Kay; Mittag, Peter Franz (2009): Seleukiden. In: Amandry, Michel (ed.) : A survey of numismatic research 2002-2007. Publications of the International Association of Professional Numismatists, Glasgow: Internat. Association of Professional Numismatists. pp. 104-110
Ehling, Kay; Weiss, Peter (2006): Ein datiertes Marktgewicht im Namen von Seleukos VI. Epiphanes Nikator. In: Chiron : Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, No. 36: 369 ff.
Ehling, Kay; Weiss, Peter (2007): Marktgewichte im Namen seleukidischer Könige II. In: Chiron : Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, No. 37: 495 ff.
Einwag, Berthold; Otto, Adelheid (2019): The Inventory of the Temple at Tall Bazi. In: Evans, Jean; Roßberger, Elisa; Paoletti, Paola (eds.) : Ancient Near Eastern Temple Inventories in the Third and Second Millennia BCE. Integrating Archaeological, Textual, and Visual Sources. Münchener Abhandlungen zum Alten Orient, Vol. 4. Gladbeck: PEWE Verlag. pp. 159-174 [PDF, 1MB]
Eisenmann, Stefanie; Bánffy, Eszter; Dommelen, Peter van; Hofmann, Kerstin P.; Maran, Joseph; Lazaridis, Iosif; Mittnik, Alissa; McCormick, Michael; Krause, Johannes; Reich, David; Stockhammer, Philipp W. (2018): Reconciling material cultures in archaeology with genetic data: The nomenclature of clusters emerging from archaeogenomic analysis. In: Scientific Reports, No. 8: pp. 1-12 [PDF, 1MB]
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On the Origins of the Cartouche and Encircling Symbolism in Old Kingdom Pyramids

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On the Origins of the Cartouche and Encircling Symbolism in Old Kingdom Pyramids

Author: David Ian Lightbody. Paperback; 203x276mm; 100 pages; 47 figures. 118 2020. Available both in print and Open Access. Printed ISBN 9781789696578. Epublication ISBN 9781789696585.
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On the Origins of the Cartouche and Encircling Symbolism in Old Kingdom Pyramids is a treatise on the subject of encircling symbolism in pharaonic monumental tomb architecture. The study focuses on the Early Dynastic Period and the Old Kingdom of ancient Egypt; from the first dynasty through the sixth. During that time, encircling symbolism was developed most significantly and became most influential. The cartouche also became the principal symbol of the pharaoh for the first time. This work demonstrates how the development of the cartouche was closely related to the monumental encircling symbolism incorporated into the architectural designs of the Old Kingdom pyramids. By employing a new architectural style, the pyramid, and a new iconographic symbol, the cartouche, the pharaoh sought to elevate his status above that of the members of his powerful court. These iconic new emblems emphasized and protected the pharaoh in life, and were retained in the afterlife. By studying the available evidence, the new and meaningful link between the two artistic media; iconographic and architectural, is catalogued, understood, and traced out through time.

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David Ian Lightbody, PhD., BEng (Hons), is an archaeologist with a special interest in the origins of architectural and scientific principles, most notably in the ancient Egyptian and Greek cultures. In 2016 he founded the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Architecture (JAEA) with co-editor Franck Monnier. He has published several journal articles, a monograph, and most recently, the Great Pyramid Haynes Operations Manual (2,590 B.C. onwards).
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Dissertations in Ancient Near Eastern Studies Approved by the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago

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Dissertations in Ancient Near Eastern Studies Approved by the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago
Solange Ashby
June 2016: Calling Out to Isis: The Enduring Nubian Presence at Philae
Rozenn F. Bailleul-LeSuer
June 2016: The Exploitation of Live Avian Resources in Pharaonic Egypt: A Socio-Economic Study
Aaron Alexander Burke
June 2004: The Architecture of Defense: Fortified Settlements Of The Levant During The Middle Bronze Age
Katherine Strange Burke
June 2007: Archaeological Texts and Contexts on the Red Sea: The Sheikh’s House at Quseir al-Qadim
Aaron Michael Butts
June 2013: Language Change in the Wake of Empire: Syriac in Its Greco-Roman Context
David Michael Calabro
June 2014: Ritual Gestures of Lifting, Extending, and Clasping the Hand(s) in Northwest Semitic Literature and Iconography
Dennis R. M. Campbell
March 2007: Mood and Modality in Hurrian
Cameron Lindley Cross
August 2015: The Poetics of Romantic Love in Vis & Rāmin
A. Asa Eger
August 2008: The Spaces Between The Teeth: Environment, Settlement, And Interaction On The Islamic-Byzantine Frontier
Humphrey Hill Hardy II
June 2014: Diachronic Development in Biblical Hebrew Prepositions: A Case Study in Grammaticalization
Michael Dean Jennings
June 2015: Beyond the Walls of Jericho: Khirbet al-Mafjar and the Signature Landscapes of the Jericho Plain
Helene J. Kantor
March 1945: Plant Ornament: Its Origin and Development in the Ancient Near East
Michael Kozuh
March 2006: The Sacrificial Economy: On The Management Of Sacrificial Sheep And Goats At The Neo-Babylonian/Achaemenid Eanna Temple Of Uruk (c. 625-520 BC)
John S. Nolan
June 2010: Mud Sealings And Fourth Dynasty Administration At Giza
Tate Paulette
March 2015: Grain Storage and the Moral Economy in Mesopotamia (3000-2000 BC)
Foy D. Scalf
March 2014: Passports to Eternity: Formulaic Demotic Funerary Texts and the Final Phase of Egyptian Funerary Literature in Roman Egypt
Stephanie Lesan Selover
June 2015: Excavating War: The Archaeology of Conflict in Early Chalcolithic to Early Bronze III Central and Southeastern Anatolia
Randy L. Shonkwiler
March 2014: The Behdetite: A Study of Horus the Behdetite from the Old Kingdom to the Conquest of Alexander
Jason Alik Ur
December 2004: Urbanism and Society in the Third Millennium Upper Khabur Basin
Grace White
December 1993: The Religious Iconography of Cappadocian Glyptic in the Assyrian Colony Period and its Significance in the Hittite New Kingdom
Bruce Williams
December 1975: Archaeology and Historical Problems of the Second Intermediate Period
Ilya Yakubovich
June 2008: Sociolinguistics of the Luvian Language


And note also that many dissertations from the University of Chicago are accessible, open access, via PQDT Open. Among them are:

The prophet and the lying pen: Jeremiah's poetic challenge to the Deuteronomic school
by Silver, Edward, Ph.D. The University of Chicago. 2009: 364 pages; AAT 3387053.

Agents, archives, and risk: A micronarrative account of Old Assyrian trade through Salim-ahum's activities in 1890 B.C.
by Stratford, Edward Paul, Ph.D. The University of Chicago. 2010: 492 pages; AAT 3419777.

Jordan first: A history of the intellectual and political economy of Jordanian antiquity
by Corbett, Elena Dodge, Ph.D. The University of Chicago. 2009: 532 pages; AAT 3362463.
  
by Kim, Koowon, Ph.D. The University of Chicago. 2010: 469 pages; AAT 3397291.

Pushing the boundaries of myth: Transformations of ancient border wars in Archaic and Classical Greece by Bershadsky, Natasha, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2013: 450 pages; 3557392.  

PAVONe: Platform of the Arabic Versions of the New Testament

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PAVONe: Platform of the Arabic Versions of the New Testament
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Since 2012 our Digital Humanities Centre at the University of Balamand has been developing an online database for the Arabic text of the Gospels. The database is accessible online and it's open for scholars.
The database contains the following sections/services:
  1. The "About" section: It includes a presentation of the project and the methodology used.
  2. The "Manuscripts" section: It allows the user to browse the Gospels manuscripts transcribed in the database. Two browsing modalities are offered: the first one allows the scholar to visualize the manuscripts in their geographical location using a geotagging feature; the second one allows the filtration of the manuscripts by a variety of parameters (date, language...). Both modalities lead to the same resources and give the researcher the possibility of displaying some codicological and paleographical properties of the manuscripts and their content as well.
  3. The "Lectionary" section: It gives the liturgical structure of the lectionary as used by the Rum Orthodox Church and allows the researcher to browse the corresponding pericopes in the lectionary manuscripts. All the transcribed texts are published with a copy of the manuscript containing the reading. This allows the scholar to examine the original digital photo of the text and to compare it with our reading.
  4. The "Citations" section: In this section, we identified all the citations and allusions of the Gospels verses in the literature produced by Christians and Muslims in the first millennium. We limited our sources to the works mentioned in  the monumental work: "Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History". This section enables the researchers to browse all these citations and allusions and to compare them with their parallels in the lectionaries and/or continuous texts of the Gospels.
  5. The "Search" section: this module allows the researcher to look for a specific verse in all the contents of the database regardless of the type of the source. The user can search, for example, for a verse in the "Muslim-Christian citations" and lectionaries at the same time...

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Bibliography of New Testament Textual Commentaries

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I’ve been casually compiling a list of New Testament textual commentaries for several months. There is a lot more than just Metzger. I thought it might be helpful to post them here. This wasn’t an exhaustive attempt at getting every single last one of them, so I’m almost certain I’m missing some. I’ll try to keep an eye on the comments in case any readers think of any I missed. I make no judgments on the value of any of these; some are no doubt better than others. There will eventually be a textual commentary to accompany the Tyndale House Greek New Testament, but because it is still in the preparation stages and is not yet published, I leave it off the list.

I am excluding articles, chapters and monographs written on individual variants, and in general commentaries that happen to deal with variants (though Aune's Revelation WBC is an exception). That being said, I do include a few things here that are not primarily textual commentaries but contain interesting or valuable text-critical discussions.

I have arranged the following first in canonical order, then alphabetical by author, then finally by date (earliest first).

Update (8 July 2020): I added a few entries based on feedback from readers. I admit that I'm inconsistent in the way that I have cited sections of books—sometimes as a book section (e.g. Scrivener) and sometimes just mentioning the book itself (e.g. Westcott and Hort). Either way, there should be enough information here to track these works down. Thanks to readers who suggested additions: Jan Krans-Plaisier, Thomas Kraus, Teunis Van Lopik, M.M.R., and Mark Ward.

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Bengel, Johann Albrecht. Η Καινη Διαθηκη. Novum Testamentum Graecum Ita Adornatum Ut Textus Probatarum Editionum Medullam Margo Variantium Lectionum in Suas Classes Distributarum Locorumque Parallelorum Delectum Apparatus Subiunctus Criseos Sacrae Millianae Praesertim Compendium, Limam, Supplementum Ac Fructum Exhibeat Inserviente Jo. Alberto Bengelio. Tübingen: Cotta, 1734.
Bengel, Johann Albrecht. Apparatus Criticus Ad Novum Testamentum Criseos Sacrae Compendium, Limam, Supplementum Ac Fructum Exhibens. Editio Secunda Curis B. Auctoris Posterioribus Aucta et Emendata, Copiosoque Indice Instructa. Edited by Philipp David Burk. Tübingen: Cotta, 1763.
Comfort, Philip W. New Testament Text and Translation Commentary: Commentary on the Variant Readings of the Ancient New Testament Manuscripts and How They Relate to the Major English Translations. Carol Stream, Ill.: Tyndale House Publishers Inc., 2008.
Comfort, Philip W. A Commentary on the Manuscripts and Text of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Kregel Academic, 2015.
Comfort, Philip W. A Commentary on Textual Additions to the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Kregel Academic, 2017.
Doedes, Jacobus Izaak. Verhandeling over de tekstkritiek des Nieuwen Verbonds. Haarlem: Bohn, 1844.
Donaldson, Amy M. “Explicit References to New Testament Variant Readings Among Greek and Latin Church Fathers.” PhD thesis, University of Notre Dame, 2009. Available here: https://curate.nd.edu/show/5712m615k50.Note: If you haven’t been reading Amy Donaldson’s work, what have you been doing with your life? It’s not really a textual commentary, but it contains a kind of anthology of patristic text-critical discussions.
Loken, Israel P., and Rick Brannan. Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible. Lexham Press, 2014. Note from publisher’s website: “For comparison, these notes are more than one might find as a footnote in a modern Bible translation, but less than what one would find in a textual commentary such as those by Metzger, Comfort, or Alford.”
Metzger, Bruce M. A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament. London: United Bible Societies, 1971.
Metzger, Bruce M. A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament. 1st ed., corrected. Stuttgart: United Bible Societies, 1975. Note: I haven’t checked what the corrections are or what differences there are between these two editions.
Metzger, Bruce M. A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament. 2nd ed. Stuttgart: Deutsche Biblegesellschaft, 1994.
Nestle, Eberhard. “Textkritische Bemerkungen Zu Einzelnen Stellen Des NT.s.” In Einführung in das Griechische Neue Testament, 2nd ed., 208–265. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1899.
Published in English as:
Nestle, Eberhard. “Critical Notes on Various Passages of the New Testament.” In Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the Greek New Testament, edited by Allan Menzies, translated by William Edie, 247–335. London: Williams and Norgate, 1901.
New English Translation - Novum Testamentum Graece New Testament. Stuttgart/Dallas: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft/NET Bible Press, 2004. Note: There are some text-critical notes that accompany the NET Bible. I cite the NET+NA27 edition here simply because it was the edition I found at Tyndale House when I made this update to the list.
Omanson, Roger L. A Textual Guide to the Greek New Testament. Stuttgart: Deutsche Biblegesellschaft, 2006. Note: I am not sure if this book does much more than simplify/expand/explain Metzger’s Textual Commentary. I admit I haven’t spent a whole lot of time with it, but when I have consulted it, it’s usually just been Metzger re-worded and explained.
Scrivener, Frederick Henry Ambrose. “Application of the Foregoing Materials and Principles to the Criticism of Select Passages of the New Testament.” In A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament for the Use of Biblical Students, edited by Edward Miller, 4th ed., 2:321–412. London: George Bell & Sons, 1894.
Westcott, B. F., and F. J. A. Hort. “Appendix I. Notes on Select Readings,” in Introduction to the New Testament in the Original Greek. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1882. Note: I’m not sure if this section could be said to be Westcott and Hort or just Hort. On p. 18 of the book, we find the following statement: “For the principles, arguments, and conclusions set forth in the Introduction and Appendix both editors are alike responsible. It was however for various reasons expedient that their exposition and illustration should proceed throughout from a single hand ; and the writing of this volume and the other accompaniments of the text has devolved on Dr Hort.” Update: Resolved (see comments below by Peter Gurry).

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Multiple Gospels
Weiss, Bernhard. Textkritik der vier Evangelien. TUGAL NF 4.2. Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1899.
Wheeler, Frank. “Textual Criticism and the Synoptic Problem: A Textual Commentary on the Minor Agreements of Matthew and Luke Against Mark.” PhD diss., Baylor University, 1985.
Willker, Wieland. “An Online Textual Commentary on the Greek Gospels (12th Edition),” 2015. http://www.willker.de/wie/TCG/.
Matthew
Blass, Friedrich. Textkritische Bemerkungen zu Matthäus (BFCT 4.4; Gütersloh: Bertelsmann, 1900). Note from Jan Krans-Plasier:To be consulted together with Friedrich Blass, Euangelium secundum Matthaeum cum variae lectionis delectu (Leipzig: Teubner, 1901). There is more by Blass, e.g. his editions of Luke, John, Acts, and Hebrews.”
Borland, Jonathan C., Mike Arcieri, and Maurice A. Robinson. “A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament,” 2010–2017. https://tcgnt.blogspot.com/. Note: Takes a Byzantine priority position but only covers Matt. 1:5–8:4 (as of 5 July 2020).
Miller, Edward. A Textual Commentary upon the Holy Gospels, Part 1-14. London: George Bell & Sons, 1899. Note: This work defends a ‘traditional text,’ but I admit I haven’t read it enough to know if it simply defends the textus receptus at every point by any means necessary, if it usually defends the textus receptus but occasionally breaks from it in favour of majority text readings, etc.
Mark
Blass, Friedrich. Textkritische Bemerkungen zu Markus (BFCT 3.3; Gütersloh: Bertelsmann, 1899).
Elliott, J. K. “An Eclectic Textual Commentary on the Greek Text of Mark’s Gospel.” In New Testament Textual Criticism: Its Significance for Exegesis. Essays in Honour of Bruce M. Metzger, edited by Eldon J. Epp and Gordon D. Fee, 47–60. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981.
Reprinted as:
Elliott, J. K. “An Eclectic Textual Commentary on the Greek Text of Mark’s Gospel.” In Essays and Studies in New Testament Textual Criticism, 159–170. Estudios de Filologia Neotestamentaria 3. Cordoba: Ediciones el Almendro, 1992.
Elliott, J. K. “An Eclectic Textual Commentary on the Greek Text of Mark’s Gospel.” In The Language and Style of the Gospel of Mark: An Edition of C. H. Turner’s “Notes on Marcan Usage” Together with Other Comparable Studies, 189–201. NovTSup 71. Leiden: Brill, 1993.
Greeven, Heinrich, and Eberhard Güting. Textkritik Des Markusevangeliums. Münster: LIT-Verlag, 2005.
Haelewyck, Jean-Claude. “The Healing of a Leper (Mark 1,40-45):  A Textual Commentary.” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 89.1 (2013): 15–36.
Turner, C. H. “A Textual Commentary on Mark I.” JTS (o.s.) 28.2 (1927): 145–58.
Wasserman, Tommy. “A Short Textual Commentary on the Lucan Travel Narrative (Luke 9:51–19:46).” In Getting Into the Text: New Testament Essays in Honor of David Alan Black, edited by Daniel L. Akin and Thomas W. Hudgins, 90–115. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2017.

Acts + Catholic Epistles

Acts
Wachtel, Klaus. “Text-Critical Commentary.” In Novum Testamentum Graecum Editio Critica Maior: III Die Apostelgeschichte / Acts of the Apostles. Teil 3: Studien / Part 3: Studies, edited by Holger Strutwolf, Georg Gäbel, Annette Hüffmeier, Gerd Mink, and Klaus Wachtel, 1–38. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 2017.
Rius-Camps, Josep, and Jenny Read-Heimerdinger. The Message of Acts in Codex Bezae: A Comparison with the Alexandrian Tradition. 4 vols. JSNTSup/LNTS. London: Bloomsbury T. & T. Clark, 2004–2009. Note: I mention this 4-volume set simply because of its idiosyncratic emphasis on a particular strand of the manuscript tradition.
Weiss, Bernhard. Die Apostelgeschichte: Textkritische Untersuchungen und Textherstellung. TUGAL, 9.3/4. Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1893.
Catholic Epistles
Wachtel, Klaus. Der byzantinische Text der katholischen Briefe: eine Untersuchung zur Entstehung der Koine des Neuen Testaments. ANTF 24. Berlin: W. de Gruyter, 1995. Note: The textual commentary section of this work concerns the Teststellen used in the Text und Textwert volumes.
Weiss, Bernhard. Die katholischen Briefe: Textkritische Untersuchungen und Textherstellung. TUGAL, 8.3. Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1892.
Jude
Albin, Carl Axel. Judasbrevet: traditionen, texten, tolkningen. Stockholm: Natur och kultur, 1962. Note:Thanks to Thomas Kraus for directing me to this one.
Landon, Charles. A Text-Critical Study of the Epistle to Jude. JSNTSup 135. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996.
Wasserman, Tommy. The Epistle of Jude: Its Text and Transmission. ConBNT 43. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 2006.

Paul (Including Hebrews)

More than one letter
Erasmus, Desiderius. Annotations on Galatians and Ephesians. Edited and translated by Reimer A. Faber. Collected Works of Erasmus 58. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2017. Note: I include Erasmus’ Annotations for historical value even though they are really more like a category I have rejected—commentaries that address variants. Additionally, I only include here the volumes currently available in English translation; the rest are, of course, available in Latin.
Weiss, Bernhard. Textkritik der paulinischen Briefe. TUGAL 14.3. Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1896.
Romans
Erasmus, Desiderius. Annotations on Romans. Translated by John B. Payne, Albert Rabil Jr., Robert D. Sider, and Warren S. Smith Jr. Collected Works of Erasmus 56. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.
1 Corinthians
Kloha, Jeffrey. “A Textual Commentary on Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians.” PhD thesis, University of Leeds, 2006. (Four volumes!)
Galatians
Carlson, Stephen C. The Text of Galatians and Its History. WUNT 2.385. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015.
Wasserman, Tommy. “A Short Textual Commentary on Galatians.” In Studies on the Text of the New Testament and Early Christianity: Essays in Honor of Michael W. Holmes On the Occasion of His 65th Birthday, edited by Daniel M. Gurtner, Juan Hernández Jr., and Paul Foster, 345–371. NTTSD 50. Leiden: Brill, 2015.
Philippians
Price, James D. “A Computer-Aided Textual Commentary on the Book of Philippians.” Grace Theological Journal 8.2 (1987): 253–290.
Rodgers, Peter R. “A Textual Commentary on Philippians 2.5–11.” In Text and Community: Essays in Memory of Bruce M. Metzger, Volume 1, edited by J. Harold Ellens, 187–195. New Testament Monographs 19. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
2 Thessalonians
Edwards, Grant G. “The Text and Transmission of 2 Thessalonians.” PhD thesis, University of Birmingham, 2019. Note: The thesis is defended but not available yet, but I’ve seen the Table of Contents, and one of the chapters is a textual commentary. I imagine it will probably be part of a published version eventually, but I mention it here as the PhD thesis because it hasn’t been published yet.
Zimmer, Friedrich. Der Text der Thessalonicherbriefe: samt textkritischem Apparat und Kommentar. Quedlinburg: Chr. Friedr. Viewegs, 1893. Note: This work is different from Zimmer’s earlier work listed below, and this one is hard to describe. There’s an introduction on text-critical method, discussions of manuscripts, etc, and a critical text with an apparatus that blends things together—the manuscript witnesses like a normal apparatus and also bits of commentary mixed in.
Zimmer, Friedrich. “Zur Textkritik des zweiten Thessalonicherbriefes.” Zeitschrift für Wissenschafliche Theologie 31 (1888): 322–342. Note: No shame in admitting that I only know about Zimmer because of Grant.
The Pastorals
Elliott, J. K. The Greek Text of the Epistles to Timothy and Titus. Studies and Documents 26. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1968.
A slight revision of:
Elliott, J. K. “An Examination of the Greek Text of the Epistles to Timothy and Titus.” DPhil thesis, University of Oxford, 1967. UPDATE: Two of the three volumes of this thesis available here.
Philemon
Solomon, S. Matthew. “The Textual History of Philemon.” PhD. diss., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014. Note: The majority of this work consists of an extensive edition of Philemon with all variants in all known manuscripts (up to 2014; P139 had not been published yet), but it contains a textual commentary section at the end.
Hebrews
Bruce, F. F. “Textual Problems in the Epistle to the Hebrews.” In Scribes and Scripture: New Testament Essays in Honor of J. Harold Greenlee, edited by David Alan Black, 27–39. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1992. Note: It was by reading Bruce that I learned that John Calvin (and Erasmus before him) advocated a conjectural emendation at Hebrews 11:37. Calvin rejected the textus receptus there, writing, “The words they were temptedseem superfluous, and I have no doubt that the likeness of the two words επρίσθησαν and έπειράσθησαν was the reason why the second gradually crept into the text being added erroneously by some ignorant scribe, as Erasmus conjectures“ (p. 184 of Johnston’s 1963 translation). On this conjecture, see its entry in the Amsterdam Database of New Testament Conjectural Emendation: https://ntvmr.uni-muenster.de/nt-conjectures?histID=s25589.

Revelation

Aune, David E. Revelation. 3 Volumes. Word Biblical Commentary 52a–52c. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1998.
Elliott, J. K. “A Short Textual Commentary on the Book of Revelation and the ‘New’ Nestle.” NovT 56.1 (2014): 68–100.
Schmid, Josef. Studies in the History of the Greek Text of the Apocalypse: The Ancient Stems. Translated and edited by Juan Hernández, Jr., Garrick V. Allen, and Darius Müller. Text-Critical Studies 11. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2018.
Originally published as:
Schmid, Josef. Die alten Stämme, vol. 2 of Studien zur Geschichte des griechischen Apokalypse-Textes. MThS 2. Munich: Zink, 1955.
Weiss, Bernhard. Die Johannes-Apokalypse: Textkritische Untersuchungen und Textherstellung. TUGAL, 7.1. Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1891.
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Finally (things that I add here for fun)

I’d like to point readers to Drew Longacre’s list of Old Testament text-critical resources, which includes a section on the “Text-Critical Commentaries, Monographs, and Lists of Variants” that are available online.

Also, this one caught me by surprise, because it is completely outside of the circles I travel in. Royal Skousen has written what looks to me like a textual commentary on textual variants in the Book of Mormon, and it’s available online, here.

Open Access Journal: Anadolu Araştırmaları - Jahrbuch für kleinasiatische Forschung

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Anadolu Araştırmaları - Jahrbuch für kleinasiatische Forschung
ISSN: 0569-9746
e-ISSN: 2667-629X
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Anadolu Araştırmaları – Anatolian Research, İstanbul Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi’nin yayınıdır. Açık erişimli, hakemli, yılda bir kere Aralık ayında yayınlanan uluslararası bilimsel bir dergidir. 1955 yılında kurulmuştur. Dergiye yayınlanması için gönderilen bilimsel makaleler Türkçe, İngilizce, Almanca, Fransızca ya da İtalyanca olmalıdır.
Anadolu Araştırmaları – Anatolian Research, uluslararası yayın standartlarına uygun yüksek kalitede makaleler yayınlayarak bilimsel bilginin yayılmasına katkıda bulunmayı amaçlamaktadır.  Prehistorik çağlardan, Geç Antik Çağ’a uzanan süreçte Anadolu ve ilişkili bölgeleri inceleyen Eskiçağ Tarihi, Arkeoloji, Sanat Tarihi, Mimarlık Tarihi, Antropoloji, Epigrafi, Nümizmatik, Tarihi Coğrafya ve Arkeometri çalışmalarını kapsar.
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Open Access Journal: Adalya

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The scope of the periodical covers articles and reviews of publications regarding research, study, documentation, and preservations of the Mediterranean cultures as well as interpretation of interrelations between them in the fields of history, archaeology, art history, architectural history, cultural heritage, and other relevant disciplines. 

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Open Access Journal: AMİSOS

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AMİSOS Dergisi Sosyal Bilimler alanlarında ulusal ve uluslararası düzeyde bilimsel niteliklere sahip çalışmaları yayımlayarak sosyal bilimlerin bilgi birikimine katkıda bulunmayı amaçlamaktadır.
 
Dergi konu olarak, Paleoantropoloji, Prehistorya, Protohistorya, Önasya Arkeolojisi, Deneysel Arkeoloji, Klasik Arkeoloji, Anadolu ve Yakındoğu Arkeolojisi, Eskiçağ Tarihi, Hititoloji, Sümeroloji, Epigrafi, Çocukluk ve Çocuk Arkeolojisi, Antropoloji, Yerleşim Arkeolojisi, Sualtı Arkeolojisi, Bizans Sanatı, Osmanlı Sanatı, Avrupa Sanatı, Nümizmatik, Mimarlık Tarihi, Restorasyon ve Konservasyon, Müzecilik vb. sosyal bilimler alanlarındaki ana konular ile bunlarla ilgili konulara yer veren hakemli bir dergidir.

AMİSOS Dergisi; 2016 yılından itibaren “Hakemli Dergi” statüsüne uygun; Haziran ve Aralık aylarında olmak üzere yılda iki sayı olarak yayımlanmaktadır.

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Open Access Journal: Anadolu - Anatolia

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Anadolu - Anatolia
ISSN: 0570-0116
e-ISSN: 2667-5129

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Anadolu / Anatolia aims to publish original contributions in the field of Anatolian archaeology.


The scope is defined geographically as Anatolia and the surrounding regions, and is limited to the fields of Prehistory, Protohistory & Near Eastern Archaeology and Classical Archaeology. Anadolu /Anatolia is published annually.

    Coptos: Objets coptite hors de Coptos

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    Coptos: Objets coptite hors de Coptos
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    Cette base de données recense les objets provenant du site archéologique de Coptos (Égypte), et désormais conservés hors du site, afin de contextualiser les découvertes, études ou les problématiques particulièrement illustrées par ce site.
    Elle a été initiée en 2011, dans le but de rassembler rapidement ce matériel et de donner accès à sa diversité.
    La richesse des documents (re)découverts et le travail d’investigation parfois long, maintes fois recommencé, nous ont convaincue de partager ce collationnement en le publiant en ligne.
    Les dépouillements sont toujours en cours et la base est amenée à être régulièrement enrichie de nouvelles références et partenariats.

    Open Access Journal: Archivum Anatolicum = Anadolu arşiveleri

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    Archivum Anatolicum = Anadolu arşiveleri
    ISSN: 1300-6355 
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    The publication of Archivum Anatolicum (ArAn) began in 1995. Since 2014, it has been published annually in one volumeand two issues (twice a year) in the months of June and December by the Department of Ancient Languages and Cultures by the Faculty of Languages, History and Geography of Ankara University. The Archivum Anatolicum (ArAn) is an international, scholarly, and peer-reviewed journal published by Ankara University. The journal aims to increase and extend the scope of scholarly studies which will contribute to the scientific development in the field of Ancient Mesopotamian, Anatolian Languages, and Classics.
    The Archivum Anatolicum (ArAn)  welcomes academic articles written in the fields of Ancient Languages and Cultures, including Sumerology, Assyriology, Hittitology, Classics, Ancient History, Ancient Philosophy, and Archeology.

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    Open Access Journal: Belleten

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    Belleten
    ISSN: 0041-4255
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    - Belleten Dergisi, uluslararası hakemli bir dergi olup, Nisan, Ağustos ve Aralık aylarında, yılda üç sayı yayımlanır. Dergimizde, özgün araştırma-inceleme makaleleri, çeviri, kitap tanıtma, kongre-sempozyum haberleri ve vefeyat yayımlanır. Yazıların bilimsel araştırma ölçütlerine uyması, alana bir yenilik getirmesi ve başka bir yerde yayımlanmamış olması gerekir. Bilimsel toplantılarda sunulmuş bildiriler, yayımlanmamış olmak kaydıyla kabul edilebilir. Yayım kararı çıksa dahi başka bir yerde yayımlandığı tespit edilen yazılar yayım listesinden çıkarılır.

    - Belleten’in dili Türkçedir. Gerektiğinde yaygın Batı dillerinde makale yayımlanabilir.

    - Türkçe makalelerin yazımında TDK Yazım Kılavuzu esas alınır.
    - Yazım kurallarına uygun olarak hazırlanmış yazılar, bir nüshasında yazarın tanıtıcı bilgileri (ad-soyad, kurum, telefon, e-posta vb.) olmak üzere iki nüsha ve bir CD olarak Kurum adresine gönderilir.
    - Makalelere eklenmesi istenen resim, çizim, harita veya belgeler bir nüsha çıktı ile birlikte CD’de (JPG, TİFF gibi bilgisayar formatında) teslim edilmelidir. Tüm materyaller
    numaralandırılmalı ve altına açıklamaları yazılmalıdır.

    - Çevirilerde, çeviren, makalenin yazarından izin yazısı vermelidir. Bu durumda, makale yazarına telif ücreti ödenmez.
    - Makale ve çevirilerde, metinden bağımsız olarak 200 kelimeyi aşmayacak Türkçe ve İngilizce özetler ile anahtar kelimeler bulunmalı ve bunların da çıktı ve CD’si gönderilmelidir.
    - Makalelerin içeriği ve eklerinin (resim, çizim, harita, belge vb.) sorumluluğu yazara aittir.
    - Gelen yazılar, Yayın Çalışma Kurulu’nda incelendikten sonra, konunun uzmanı iki hakemin, gerekli görüldüğü takdirde üçüncü bir hakemin değerlendirmesi ve Yayın Kurulu’nun
    nihai onayıyla basılır. Yayın Çalışma Kurulu, araştırma makaleleri dışındaki yazıları (vefeyat, sempozyum, kongre haberleri, kitap tanıtmalar vb.) bizzat inceleyip, hakeme göndermeden doğrudan kabul veya ret kararı verebilir.
    - Yayın Çalışma Kurulu, gerektiğinde yazıların yazım şekli üzerinde küçük düzeltme ve değişiklikler yapabilir.
    - Yazarlarına hakem raporu doğrultunda düzeltilmek üzere gönderilen yazılar, gerekli düzeltmeler yapıldıktan sonra bir raporla birlikte bir nüsha çıktı ve CD ile en geç bir ayiçerisinde Kurum’a teslim edilmelidir.
    - Basılmama kararı verilen yazılar varsa hakem raporuyla birlikte yazarına iade edilir.

    - Atatürk Kültür, Dil ve Tarih Yüksek Kurumu Telif Hakkı, Yayın ve Satış Yönetmeliğine göre yazara telif ücreti ödenir.
    - Dergide yayımlanan makalelerin yayın hakkı Kurum’a aittir. Telif hakkı sanal ortamda yayımlamayı da kapsar. Yazılar, izin alınmaksızın başka yerde yayımlanamaz.

    Open Access Journal: Olba

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    Olba
    ISSN: 1301-7667
    e-ISSN: 2687-6558
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    The Journal ‘Olba’, being published since 1998 by the ‘Research Center of Cilician Archeology’ of the Mersin University (Turkey), includes original studies done on prehistory, protohistory, classical archaeology, classical philology (and ancient languages and cultures), ancient history, numismatics and early christian archeology of Asia Minor, the Mediterranean region and the Near East. Olba is printed once a year in May. Deadline for sending papers is the end of November each year.

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    New Open Access Journal: Seramik Araştırmaları Dergisi -The Journal of Ceramic Research

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    Seramik Araştırmaları Dergisi -The Journal of Ceramic Research
    e-ISSN: 2687-5683
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    2019 yılında ilk sayısını yayınlamaya başlayan Seramik Araştırmaları Dergisi (The Journal of Ceramic Research), Neolitik Dönem’den, Osmanlı Dönemi sonuna kadar ithal ya da yerel üretim seramikleri ve bu seramikleri ile ilişkili analojik, arkeometrik, etnoarkeolojik vb. çalışmaların yayınlandığı bir dergidir. Her Aralık ayında, yılda bir sayı olarak yayımlanan dergimiz Açık Erişim Sistemi’nde uluslararası hakemli bir dergidir. Okuyucular dergideki makaleleri tam metin olarak okuyup indirebilme ve kaynak olarak gösterebilme hakkına sahip olacaklardır. Dergiye gönderilen makalelerdeki tüm seramikler www.srmka.comsitesinde de yayınlanacaktır. Dergimize gönderilen makalelerin değerlendirilmesinde ya da yayım sürecinde bir ücret talep edilmemektedir. Dergide yayımlanan makalelerin sorumluluğu yazara aittir.
    The Journal of Ceramic Research, a collection of studies on local and imported ceramics from the Neolithic Age to the end of the Ottoman period in combination with comparative archaeology, archaeometry and ethnoarchaeology i.a., was published first in 2019. The Journal of Ceramic Research, is an open access and internationally peer-reviewed journal which appears once a year, in December. The journal provides permanent access to its content, free of charge to read, download and cite for everybody. The submitted pottery is also available to everyone through www.srmka.com. There are no publication fees. All responsibilities for the published articles belong to the author.

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    Open Access Journal: Seleucia

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    Seleucia
    ISSN: 2148-4120
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    Seleucia, Olba Kazısı yayını olarak yılda bir sayı yayınlanır. Yayınlanması istenen makalelerin en geç Şubat ayında gönderilmiş olması gerekmektedir.   2011 yılından itibaren yayınlanmaya başlanan Seleucia Süreli Yayını; Küçükasya, Akdeniz bölgesi ve Ortadoğu’ya ilişkin orijinal sonuçlar içeren Prehistorya, Protohistorya, Klasik Arkeoloji, Klasik Filoloji (ile Eski Çağ Dilleri ve Kültürleri), Eski Çağ Tarihi, Nümizmatik ve Erken Hıristiyanlık Arkeolojisi alanlarında yazılmış makaleleri ve kitap tanıtımlarını kapsamaktadır.
    Seleucia 2014 yılından itibaren TÜBİTAK-ULAKBİM Sosyal Bilimler Veritabanında taranmaktadır.
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