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Conference: Linked Pasts 6, University of London and British Library, December 2-16, 2020

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Linked Pasts 6, University of London and British Library, December 2-16, 2020

Mediterranean map
A portolan nautical chart of the Mediterranean Sea. Second quarter of the 14th century. Anonymous, probably Genoan. Library of Congress.

The annual Linked Pasts conference, which has previously been held at KCL, Madrid, Stanford, Mainz and Bordeaux, brings together scholars, heritage professionals and other practitioners with an interest in Linked Open Data as applied to the study of the ancient and historical worlds. Panels and working groups at Linked Pasts are more goal-oriented than a conventional academic conference, and activities and agendas are often proposed, developed and revised by all participants at the event itself.
The sixth installment of Linked Pasts, hosted by the University of London and British Library in December 2020, will be a fully remote and online event, with events taking place over two weeks rather than an intense three days of in-person sessions. Other than welcome, keynotes and wrap-up at the beginning and end of the conference, most activities will be asynchronous, with work or discussion taking place in whatever medium is most appropriate to the activity and community in question. Participation in the conference is free, but advance registration is required.

Call for activities
There will be space for suggestion and selection of activities at the conference, but we also welcome proposals for research activities, which may include (but are not restricted to): development of standards, ontologies and research applications; discovery and integration of datasets; enrichment and annotation of textual collections; collaboration, pedagogy and community expansion; other relevant undertakings with a focus on Linked Open Data and the historical world. To propose a stream or working group for the conference programme, please fill in the form at (https://forms.gle/7hNm6dS7X36ded3b7) with a max. 200-word abstract outlining your suggestion, type of activity and the medium in which it will be run, and some indication of the likely participants (e.g. names, community or expected stakeholders) by end of Friday October 2, 2020.

Programme Committee
  • Jonathan Blaney (University of London)
  • Gabriel Bodard (chair) (University of London)
  • Carmen Brando Lebas (École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris)
  • Paula Granados García (British Museum)
  • Piraye Hacigüzeller (Ghent University)
  • Federico Nanni (Alan Turing Institute)
  • Gethin Rees (British Library)
  • Valeria Vitale (British Library)

“Archaeology in the Time of Black LivesMatter” Resources List

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“Archaeology in the Time of Black LivesMatter” Resources List
A working document compiled by: 
The Society of Black Archaeologists 
The Theoretical Archaeology Group (North America) 
The Columbia Center for Archaeology 

And participants in the ‘Archaeology in the Time of Black Lives Matter’ online salon and follow-up workshops in June-July 2020.

Joconde : catalogue des collections des musées de France

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[First posted in AWOL  3 June 2011, updates 14 August 2020]

JOCONDE: CATALOGUE DES COLLECTIONS DES MUSEES DE FRANCE
Le portail Joconde propose des ressources sur la documentation, l'informatisation et la numérisation des collections des musées de France. 
L'espace professionnel présente des fiches de conseils sur ces thématiques, depuis les éléments fondamentaux concernant la documentation, jusqu'à la mise en ligne des notices et images, en passant par l'informatisation de l'inventaire réglementaire ou du récolement décennal. 
Le catalogue collectif des collections des musées de France (base de données Joconde) est le fruit d'un partenariat entre le service des musées de France et les musées participants. Riche de près de 600.000 notices d'objets de toute nature (archéologie, beaux-arts, ethnologie, histoire, sciences et techniques...), ce catalogue est accessible à tous. Des parcours thématiques, des zooms et des expositions virtuelles valorisent cet ensemble. 
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Heidelberger historische Bestände: Ägyptologische Literatur – digital

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 [First posted on AWOL 16 April 2014, updated 14 August 2020]

Heidelberger historische Bestände: Ägyptologische Literatur – digital
http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/sammlungen/img/aegypt_diglit_intro.png
Zu den Beständen des Sondersammelgebietes Ägyptologie der UB Heidelberg gehört auch ein umfangreicher und sehr bedeutender Bestand ägyptologischer Literatur des 16. bis frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, aus dem ausgewählte Werke vollständig digitalisiert und via Internet kostenfrei zugänglich gemacht werden. 
Seit dem 1. September 2009 wird das Angebot im Rahmen eines DFG-Projekts systematisch ausgebaut. Über das Themenportal „Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt digital“ können die Heidelberger Titel gemeinsam mit weiteren digitalisierten Werken der Projektpartner recherchiert werden.
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Open Access Journal: TÜBA-AR: Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi Arkeoloji Dergisi - Türkish Academy of Sciences Journal of Archaeology

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ISSN: 1301-8566
Kültürel mirasın belgelenmesi, tanıtımı ve yaşatılarak gelecek kuşaklara aktarılması amacıyla 2003 yılında yayımlanmaya başlayan TÜBA-AR, her türlü maddi kalıntı, kültürel peyzaj, dekoratif sanatlar, doğal çevre, sözlü gelenek ve anlatımlar, gösteri sanatları, inançlar, ritüeller, şölenler, doğa ve evrenle ilgili toplumların belleklerinde yer etmiş olay ve uygulamalar olmak üzere sayısı daha da arttırılabilecek her türlü somut ve somut olmayan değerleri içeren uluslararası hakemli bir dergidir.
Kültür kavramı altında gerçekleşen tüm faaliyetlerin ortak zemini olmayı hedefleyen TÜBA-AR, ilke olarak, dönem ve coğrafi bölge sınırlaması olmaksızın aşağıda sıralanan temel alan ve alt çalışma sahaları konusunda yapılan çalışmalara zemin oluşturmaktadır:
  • Arkeoloji,
  • Sanat Tarihi,
  • Kırsal ve Kentsel Mimari,
  • Kırsal ve Kentsel Peyzaj,
  • Kültürel Peyzaj,
  • Kentsel Arkeoloji,
  • Endüstriyel Arkeoloji,
  • Etnografya,
  • Etnobotanik,
  • Jeoarkeoloji,
  • Tarih.
Ayrıca toplulukların, grupların ve bireylerin kültürel miraslarının bir parçası olarak tanımladıkları uygulamalar, temsiller, anlatımlar, bilgiler, beceriler ve bunlara ilişkin araç-gereçler ile kültürel mekânlar gibi farklı ölçek ve nitelikteki kültürel mirasa yönelik her türlü belgeleme, envanter ve sözlü tarih çalışmaları derginin kapsamı içindedir. Bununla birlikte dergimiz, kültür kavramı içinde tespit edilen tüm uygulamaların korunması, onarımı, sergilenmesi, topluma kazandırılması ve kültür sektörü olarak değerlendirilmesine yönelik proje ve fikirlere açık olup bu alanlarda bir forum oluşturma işlevini de üstlenmiştir.





















1998

Sayı 1 - 1998

Open Access Journal: TÜBA-KED: Kültür Envanteri Dergisi - Journal of Cultural Inventory

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 [First posted in AWOL 24 September 2013, updated (new URLs) 15 August 2020]

TÜBA-KED: Kültür Envanteri Dergisi - Journal of Cultural Inventory
ISSN: 1304-2440
Kültürel mirasın belgelenmesi, tanıtımı ve yaşatılarak gelecek kuşaklara aktarılması amacıyla 2003 yılında yayımlanmaya başlayan TÜBA-KED, her türlü maddi kalıntı, kültürel peyzaj, dekoratif sanatlar, doğal çevre, sözlü gelenek ve anlatımlar, gösteri sanatları, inançlar, ritüeller, şölenler, doğa ve evrenle ilgili toplumların belleklerinde yer etmiş olay ve uygulamalar olmak üzere sayısı daha da arttırılabilecek her türlü somut ve somut olmayan değerleri içeren uluslararası hakemli bir dergidir.
Kültür kavramı altında gerçekleşen tüm faaliyetlerin ortak zemini olmayı hedefleyen TÜBA-KED, ilke olarak, dönem ve coğrafi bölge sınırlaması olmaksızın aşağıda sıralanan temel alan ve alt çalışma sahaları konusunda yapılan çalışmalara zemin oluşturmaktadır:
  • Arkeoloji,
  • Sanat Tarihi,
  • Kırsal ve Kentsel Mimari,
  • Kırsal ve Kentsel Peyzaj,
  • Kültürel Peyzaj,
  • Kentsel Arkeoloji,
  • Endüstriyel Arkeoloji,
  • Etnografya,
  • Etnobotanik,
  • Jeoarkeoloji,
  • Tarih.
Ayrıca toplulukların, grupların ve bireylerin kültürel miraslarının bir parçası olarak tanımladıkları uygulamalar, temsiller, anlatımlar, bilgiler, beceriler ve bunlara ilişkin araç-gereçler ile kültürel mekânlar gibi farklı ölçek ve nitelikteki kültürel mirasa yönelik her türlü belgeleme, envanter ve sözlü tarih çalışmaları derginin kapsamı içindedir. Bununla birlikte dergimiz, kültür kavramı içinde tespit edilen tüm uygulamaların korunması, onarımı, sergilenmesi, topluma kazandırılması ve kültür sektörü olarak değerlendirilmesine yönelik proje ve fikirlere açık olup bu alanlarda bir forum oluşturma işlevini de üstlenmiştir.















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Open Access Journal: Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantıları

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 [First posted in AWOL 18 March 2011, updated 16 August 2020]

Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantıları
ISSN: 1017-7663

    The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship – Recordings Now Available

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    The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship – Recordings Now Available
    The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship 
    We hope you are all doing well. It is hard to believe that it has been over two months since we gathered together for the “The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship: A Public Conference.” It was a real pleasure to learn from the over 40 scholars who came together to discuss the most exciting and innovative scholarly research on the Dead Sea Scrolls. We are so pleased to share with you the full recording of the conference. It is now available on the website of the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University.

    Please find the full conference recordings here.

    [Or paste the following URL into your browser’s search bar: https://as.nyu.edu/hebrewjudaic/about/HJS-Media.html]

    The conference was a partnership between NYU’s Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and Global Network for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies and the Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority. We are grateful for the success of this partnership and look forward to future collaborations. Stay tuned for more information about a virtual conference on the archaeology of ancient Israel planned for Fall 2020. We also invite you to visit the websites of the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and the Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority to learn more about other upcoming events and sign up for ongoing communications about news and events.

    Alex Jassen
    Chair, Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
    Ethel and Irvin Edelman Associate Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
    Lawrence H. Schiffman
    Director, The Global Network for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies
    Judge Abraham Lieberman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
    Emily Master
    Executive Director, Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority

    BabMed - Babylonian Medicine YouTube Channel

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    BabMed - Babylonian Medicine YouTube Channel
    This channel features videos documenting the work of BabMed-Babylonian Medicine, a ERC-funded project at the Freie Universität Berlin led by Professor Markham J. Geller. The project started out in 2013 and represents the first comprehensive study of ancient Babylonian medical science since the decipherment of the cuneiform writing system. Find out more about BabMed on our website: http://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/en/e/babmed/index.html

    Open Access Journal: NABU: Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires

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    [First posted in AWOL 17 November 2012, updated 317 August 2020]

    NABU: Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires
    ISSN: 0989-5671
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    Ce journal, intitulé Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires, est publié quatre fois par an (mars, juin, septembre, décembre).
    Comité de rédaction :
    Dominique Charpin, Jean-Marie Durand, Francis Joannès, Nele Ziegler
    Les numéros à partir de 1987 sont téléchargeables au format pdf.
    Le signe * indique les numéros searchable (unicode seulement à partir de 2008/3). Les autres sont des fichiers-images. 

      Also see the tables of contents of the Mémoires de NABU

      Online Lecture Series: Ancient Attraction

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      Ancient Attraction
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World


      Upcoming


      Time and place:Oct. 9, 2020 3:00 PM4:15 PM, Zoom-seminar
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World.
      The lecture: Goddesses as Exemplars for the Beauty and Power of Neo-Assyrian Queens is presented by Dr. Amy Gansell, St. John’s University, New York City, USA

      Time and place:Oct. 30, 2020 3:00 PM4:15 PM, Zoom-seminar
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World
      The lecture: Gender and Beauty in the Hebrew Bible is presented by Dr. Hanna Tervanotko, McMaster University, Canada

      Time and place:Nov. 13, 2020 3:00 PM4:15 PM, Zoom-seminar
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World
      The lecture: Masculinity and beauty in Mesopotamia is presented by Dr. Omar N’Shea, Senior Lecturer, University of Malta

      Time and place:Nov. 27, 2020 3:00 PM4:15 PM, Zoom-seminar
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World
      The lecture: Guests, Gods, Heroes and Heirarchs: The Fragrant Few of Mycenaean Pylos is presented by Dr. Mary Jane Cuyler, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, Oslo, Norway




      Time and place:Dec. 11, 2020 3:00 PM4:15 PM, Zoom-seminar
      Ancient Attraction is a Digital Lecture Series on Beauty, Attractiveness and Sex Appeal in the Ancient Mediterranean World
      The lecture: Colourful Beauties: What the polychromy of funerary portraits can reveal about dress and appearance in ancient Palmyra is presented by Dr. Cecilie Brøns, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark

      New from the APGRD's interactive/multimedia ebook project

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      New from the APGRD's interactive/multimedia ebook project

      We are delighted to announce that the next instalment of the new free interactive/multimedia ebook by the University of Oxford's Archive of Performance of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) is on Apple Books. An EPUB version for other devices will follow, but in the meantime Apple users can download Agamemnon, a performance history: Homecoming & Lyric for free at:

       
      The Homecoming chapter asks what kind of character is Agamemnon? How has his masculinity been understood at different times and in different places? How easy is homecoming for soldiers after a war? The Lyric chapter focuses on the enslaved Trojan Priestess, Cassandra and the Chorus of old men from Argos, who both have a central role in Aeschylus' Agamemnon and yet have little or no power to make things happen. The Choral Odes and Cassandra's prophetic song have proved both a challenge and a cue for enormous creativity in many modern productions and versions.

      The APGRD's interactive/multimedia ebooks draw on the unique collection of archive material and research at the APGRD and beyond. They uses images, film, bespoke interviews with creative practitioners and academics, and digital objects to tell the stories of two tragedies that have inspired countless interpretations onstage and onscreen, in dance, drama, and opera, across the globe from antiquity to the present day. Homecoming and Lyric joins:

      Agamemnon, a performance history: Beginnings & Whose Play? (available here from Apple Books)
      Medea, a performance history (available here from Apple Books or as an EPUB for non-Apple devices)

      Wishing you all well, with kind regards, 
      from all of us at the APGRD

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      APGRD
      Archive of Performances of Greek & Roman Drama

      University of Oxford,
      66 St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LU
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      Towards a New Map of Second Temple Literature: Revelation, Rewriting, and Genre Before the Bible: A Forum Organized Around New Work by Molly M. Zahn

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      Towards a New Map of Second Temple Literature: Revelation, Rewriting, and Genre Before the Bible: A Forum Organized Around New Work by Molly M. Zahn
      Part 1 of a 2-part series curated by James Nati: Ancient Hebrew Literature Beyond “The Bible”
      For Second Temple Jewish readers and writers, there was no “Bible;” instead what we find in the literature from this period is a broad spectrum of sacred texts from Genesis and the Books of Enoch to Chronicles, Jubilees, and hundreds of different Davidic Psalms. While the publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls along with decades of new research has proven that “Bible” is a misleading anachronism for the Second Temple period, scholarship is still without consensus on how exactly we might classify, or “map” this corpus.

      Molly Zahn will discuss how we could form useful new categories, based on her new book, Genres of Rewriting in Second Temple Judaism: Scribal Composition & Transmission (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Responses will be offered by Elena Dugan, Nathan Mastnjak, and Eva Mroczek, followed by open discussion.

      EVENT DETAILS:
      Date & Time: Thursday, 8/20 @ 2:00pm EST on Zoom.
      Please register here to get the link and short pre-circulated paper by Molly Zahn. 

      Panelists:

      Molly Zahn is interested in the complex intersections of composition, interpretation, and authority in the literature of Second Temple Judaism. She is the author, most recently, of Genres of Rewriting in Second Temple Judaism: Scribal Composition and Transmission (Cambridge, 2020).

      Elena Duganworks at the intersection of apocalyptic literature and manuscript studies, and is fascinated by new ways of imagining textuality in the Second Temple period and beyond.

      Nathan Mastnjak writes on the prophetic corpus of the Hebrew Bible. His research focuses on notions of authority, theories of prophecy, and the materiality of the prophetic books.

      Eva Mroczek is interested in early Judaism, book history, and native theories of literary production. She is the author of The Literary Imagination in Jewish Antiquity (2016), and is working on a book about manuscript discovery stories, old and new.

      Part 2 of Ancient Hebrew Literature Beyond “The Bible” will focus on David Lambert’s forthcoming “What is Scripture? Redescribing the Bible, its Formation and Interpretation,” with Chontel Syfox, Laura Carlson Hasler, and Seth Sanders.

      James Nati, series curator, is interested in ideas of authenticity in biblical and Second Temple literature. He is currently putting some finishing touches on his first book, Textual Criticism and the Ontology of Literature in Early Judaism: An Analysis of the Serekh ha-Yahad.


      The Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia, 1963-69: The Pharaonic Sites

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      The Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia, 1963-69: The Pharaonic Sites
      edited by David N. Edwards. Hardback; 205x290mm; 468 pages; 812 figures, 2 tables (16 plates in colour). 652 2020 Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 23. Available both in print and Open Access. Printed ISBN 9781789696493. Epublication ISBN 9781789696509. 
      Book contents pageDownload Full PDF  
      Of the Nubian Archaeological Campaigns responding to the construction of the Aswan High Dam, the survey and excavations carried out within Sudanese Nubia represent the most substantial achievement of the larger enterprise. Many components of the larger project of the UNESCO – Sudan Antiquities Service Survey have been published, in addition to the reports of a number of other major projects assigned separate concessions within the region. However, the results of one major element, the Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia (ASSN) between the Second Cataract and the Dal Cataract remain largely unpublished. This volume, focusing on the pharaonic sites, is the first of a series which aims to bring to publication the records of the ASSN. These records represent a major body of data relating to a region largely now lost to flooding. This is also a region of very considerable importance for understanding the archaeology and history of Nubia more generally, not least in relation to the still often poorly understood relationships between Lower Nubia to the north and the surviving areas of Middle and Upper Nubia, to the south.

      The ASSN project fieldwork was undertaken over six years between 1963 and 1969, investigating c.130km of the river valley between Gemai, at the south end of the Second Cataract, and Dal.

      Download Full PDF  

      Open Access users: by downloading this eBook you are agreeing to our standard terms and conditions available here. 
      Institutional subscribers: by downloading this eBook you are agreeing to abide by the subscription licence issued to The Institution. Contact your library for further details. If you encounter any issues with your download please contact info@archaeopress.com

      Open Access Journal: Scriptura

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      [First posted in AWOL  31 October 2014, updated 19 August 2020]

      Scriptura
      ISSN: 2305-445X (online)
      ISSN: 0254-1807 (print)
      http://scriptura.journals.ac.za/public/journals/1/pageHeaderTitleImage_en_US.png
      Scriptura is an independent journal which publishes contributions in the fields of Bible, Religion and Theology refereed by peers. It is international in scope but special attention is given to topics and issues emerging from or relevant to Southern Africa. Scriptura publishes contributions in English but also in other languages relevant to the Southern African region (such as Afrikaans, Xhosa, Sesotho, Zulu, French and German).



      2017

      Vol 116, No 2 (2017)

      Storyteller and Sage: Celebrating the Legacy of Hendrik Bosman











      2006

      Vol 92 (2006)

      Contributions by members of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Botswana




      2002

      Vol 80 (2002)

      This edition of Scriptura is dedicated to Bernard Combrink

      Vol 79 (2002)

      Articles derive from a conference of the Theological Society of South Africa - "Whither does the Wind blow? South African reflection on the relationship between the Holy Spirit and Christ" - at the University of the Western Cape, June 2001




      1998

      Vol 66 (1998)

      Biblical Perspectives on Cosmic Eschatology

      1997

      Vol 63 (1997)

      Boundaries and ...

      Vol 62 (1997)

      Christian Ethics in South Africa (1)

      Vol 61 (1997)

      World-views in opposition: Interaction of beliefs and values in science and religion

      1996

      Vol 58 (1996)

      Translation and Transformation

      Vol 57 (1996)

      Dialogue on Dialogue

      Vol 56 (1996)

      Religion in West Africa: Christianity, Islam and Traditional Religion in relation to Colonial and Post-Colonial History - Peter Clarke

      1995

      Vol 55 (1995)

      Cultural Diversity and Religious Education

      Vol 53 (1995)

      In Transition - the Study of Religion in Southern Africa

      1994

      Vol 51 (1994)

      Bruce J Malina: Religion in the Imagined New Testament World




      1989

      Vol 4 (1989): SPECIAL ISSUE

      Cilliers Breytenbach:  The Gospel of Mark as Episodical Narrative: Reflections on the 'Composition' of the Second Gospel

      Vol 3 (1989): SPECIAL ISSUE

      Wilhelm Wuellner: Hermeneutics and Rhetorics: From 'Truth and Method' to 'Truth and Power'



      1980

      Vol 2 (1980)

      P J Maartens: Mark 2:18-22: An  Exercise in Theoretically-Founded Exegesis

      1982

      Vol 1 (1982): Special Issue

      Clarck de Waard: Discourse Structure in Matthew's Gospel

      1980

      ASCSA Digital Collections

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       [First posted in AWOL 22 November 2014, updated 19 August 2020]

      ASCSA Digital Collections
      Explore the collections of the American School of Classical Studies by using the sidebar on the left or the search box above.
      To confine your search to a single collection, click on one of the links below.
      Libraries
      Ambrosia: Union Catalog of Libraries
      Excavations
      Corinth Excavations
      Athenian Agora Excavations
      Archives
      Alison Frantz Photography
      Dorothy Burr Thompson Photography
      Archaeological Photographic Collection
      Photographs from the Historical Archives
      Ion Dragoumis Correspondence

      Material that has been published is made completely available to the public. Material that is unpublished can be viewed only by researchers who have obtained the necessary permission to study the material in person.
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      Open Access Journal: al-rāfidān: Journal of western Asiatic studies

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      [First posted in AWOL 10 November 2017, updates 19 August 2020]

      al-rāfidān: Journal of Western Asiatic Studies
      ISSN: 0285-4406
      RAFIDAN English cover


      イラク古代文化研究所では1980年以降、研究所の紀要としてラーフィダーンal-Rafidan: Journal of Western Asiatic Studiesを年一回発行しています。

      学術の進展に寄与するため、所外の投稿希望者にも広く紙面を開放しています。投稿資格は問いません。詳しくは各PDFファイルの巻末「『ラーフィダーン』編集方針」をご覧ください。
      Research Institute Research Institute RAFIDAN al-Rafidan: Journal of Western Asiatic Studies is issued once a year as a bulletin after 1980 by Iraqi ancient culture.

      To contribute to development of art and science, space is being opened to a contribution applicant outside the place widely, too. I don't ask about contribution qualification. Please see back of the book of each PDF file ""RAFIDAN" edit policy" for more information.


      Open Access Journal: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

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      [First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 19 August 2020]

      Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
      ISSN: 1203-1542
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      The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.
      JHS articles are included in the ATLA Religion Database, RAMBI, and BiBIL. The full contents of the journal are archived by Library and Archives Canada and is accessible for consultation and research at the Electronic Collection site maintained by Library and Archives Canada. JHS volumes are published in hard-copy, with a year delay, by Gorgias Press as part of their series Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts.
      The publication of the journal is made possible through collaboration between the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and the Swiss-French Institute for Biblical Studies in Lausanne, Switzerland.

      Volumes

      Show Abstracts and Links to XMLshow/hide abstract
      Author Title Volume Article Year
      Knapp, Andrew The Conflict between Adonijah and Solomon in Light of Succession Practices Near and Far show/hide abstract 20 2 2020
      Andrason, Alexander, Irina Hornea, and Marcus Joubert The Structure of Interjections in Biblical Hebrew: Phonetics, Morphology, and Syntax show/hide abstract 20 1 2020
      Hamilton, Mark W. What are ʾElilim? show/hide abstract 19 9 2019
      Wikander, Ola Opuscula Ugaritico-Accadico-Hebraica: Relative Particles, pa'am, and Amraphel show/hide abstract 19 8 2019
      Bellis, Alice Ogden (ed.) Jerusalem's Survival, Sennacherib's Departure, and the Kushite Role in 701 BCE: An Examination of Henry Aubin's Rescue of Jerusalemshow/hide abstract 19 7 2019
      Cunningham, Marshall A. Isaiah 40:1–2: Reading Royal Commission as a Call for Return Migration in the Early Persian Period show/hide abstract 19 6 2019
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      Open Access Journal: Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)

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      Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)
      ISSN: 2049-1565
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      The Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD) features peer reviewed data papers describing archaeology datasets with high reuse potential. We are working with a number of specialist and institutional data repositories to ensure that the associated data are professionally archived, preserved, and openly available. Equally importantly, the data and the papers are citable, and reuse will be tracked. While still in beta phase, the journal is now accepting papers. We will also be adding new functionality over the next few weeks, and refining the look and feel.

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        ARMEP 2.0: Ancient Records of Middle Eastern Polities

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        ARMEP 2.0: Ancient Records of Middle Eastern Polities
        ARMEP 2.0’s interactive interface displays the find spots of about 23,500 ancient texts, most of which were written in the Akkadian and Sumerian languages and in cuneiform script. Most of these inscribed artifacts were discovered in modern-day Iraq, Syria, and Turkey, while others originate from Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia. Although the texts range in date from ca. 2334 to 64 BC, the majority come from Neo-Assyrian times (744-612 BC). The dataset is derived from the Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus (Oracc) and it includes texts from the following projects: Astronomical Diaries Digital (ADsD); Akkadian Love Literature (akklove); Amarna Texts (Amarna); Bilinguals in Late Mesopotamian Scholarship (BLMS); Corpus of Ancient Mesopotamian Scholarship (CAMS); Corpus of Akkadian Shuila-Prayers online (CASPo); Cuneiform Commentaries Project (CCPo); Corpus of Kassite Sumerian Texts (CKST); Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Lexical Texts (DCCLT); Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Mathematical Texts (DCCMT); Electronic Corpus of Urartian Texts (eCUT; LMU Munich); Electronic Idrimi (idrimi); Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Royal Inscriptions (ETCSRI); Inscriptions of Suhu online (Suhu; LMU Munich); Old Babylonian Model Contracts (OBMC); Old Babylonian Tabular Accounts (OBTA); Royal Inscriptions of Assyria online (RIAo; LMU Munich); Royal Inscriptions of Babylonia online (RIBo; LMU Munich) Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period (RINAP; UPenn and LMU Munich); and State Archives of Assyria online (SAA; formerly UCL, now LMU Munich). Non-LMU Munich material was generously contributed by Eckart Frahm, Shlomo Izre'el, Enrique Jiménez, Jacob Lauinger, Alan Lenzi, Reinhard Pirngruber, Eleanor Robson, Gabriella Spada, Steve Tinney, Niek Veldhuis, Nathan Wasserman, and Gábor Zólyomi. Images used in the detail views are courtesy of the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI).

        ARMEP is a collaboration between LMU Geschichte and LMU Center for Digital Humanities. It was developed by David and Tobias Englmeier (2017-2019) under the supervision of Christian Riepl and Stephan Lücke and in consultation with Jamie Novotny and Karen Radner, as well as with Oracc’s creator Steve Tinney (University of Pennsylvania). Funding for the interface was provided by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München through LMUexcellent (Investionsfonds) and the establishment of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair for Ancient History of the Near and Middle East (Historisches Seminar – Abteilung Alte Geschichte), as well as by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.