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Newly Open Access Journal: Pseudo-Dionysius

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Pseudo-Dionysius
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First published in 1999, Pseudo-Dionysius is run by undergraduate and graduate students at Dalhousie and the University of King's College.  It offers the opportunity for university students at all levels to publish their work.

Vol 15 (2013)

A publication of the Classical Studies Society of the University of King's College and Dalhousie University.

Table of Contents

Articles

An Offer He Can’t Refuse: Virtue in the Marketplace in Plato’s Symposium An Offer He Can’t Refuse
B.W.D. Heystee
Getting Used to God: Augustinian and Avicennian Approaches to the Habit of Mysticism Getting Used to God
Daniel J. Gillis
Plato’s Eros Reflected in Ovid’s Narcissus Plato’s Eros Reflected in Ovid
Kaitlyn Boulding
Weaving the Great Web: Helen’s Poetic Perspective in the Iliad Weaving the Great Web
Hilary Ilkay
Being and Time in Plato’s Timaeus Being and Time in Plato
Daniel Heide
Ὁ Λόγος Δέων: The Binding Ratio Ὁ Λόγος Δέων: The Bin
Justin Singer
Metamorphoses 10.483-500 (Myrrha) Myrrha
Brian Lam
Metamorphoses 11.1-19 (Death of Orpheus) Death of Orpheus
Brian Lam
‘Optasne Frixa cum ea?’: Creating a Model of the Big Mac in Ancient Rome 'Optasne Frixa cum ea?"
William C Coney
Epistemology and Ontology in Aristotle’s History of Philosophy in Metaphysics Book Alpha Epistemology and Ontology
Caroline Michaud
Poema Epicum Canadense Poema Epicum Canadense
Bruce Russell
“Call me not a lord, for I am lady”: Elagabalus’ Effeminacy and Subversion of Roman Sexual and Gender Paradigms Elagabalus’ Effeminacy
Marybeth Osowski
Dialectic in Dialogue: Being and History in Aristotle's Metaphysics and Plato's Sophist Dialectic in Dialogue
Joseph Gerbasi
Dulce Periculum Est: The Role of Bacchus in the Poetic Process of Horace
Kevin Gaul
The Circles of the Soul and their Unity
Daniel Watson
An Instructive Failure: The Status of Anaxagoras in Plato’s Phaedo and Parmenides, and Aristotle’s Metaphysics Book A An Instructive Failure
Simcha Walfish
Pindar: Pythian 2 Pindar: Pythian 2
Paul McGilvery



Open Access Journal: Pegasus: Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History in the University of Exeter

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Pegasus: Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History in the University of Exeter
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Pegasus is the Journal of the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Exeter. It was established in 1964 and is currently edited by a board of postgraduates. The journal focuses on multifarious aspects of the ancient world, the Exeter Department of Classics and Ancient History, as well as the Classical World in Devon.

We aim to include a mixture of both the scholarly and the absurd (“Difficult to tell which is which”, an anonymous reader once commented). Regular features include pieces by staff and students, book reviews and interviews with people from the world of Classics, both within and outside the department. In addition, we welcome submissions from our readers. For alumni and former staff members, Pegasus is a great way of staying in touch with the department and keeping up with departmental news.

For more details about our latest issue (no. 56, 2013) please click here.

Past issues have included the Jackson Knight Memorial Lectures, articles by students including J.K. Rowling, contests, artwork and poetry. An index of previous articles is available on this site. Many of these issues are still available to order. As of 2013, you can also read all back issues (save those published in the last five years) as PDFs on our website.
The Lawerence Shenfield Prize runner-up articles are also published on this website.
On this page, you will find links to all previous issues of Pegasus (with the exception of those published in the last five years).
Wondering which issue to read next? Click here for a list of all articles by issue.
Please click on the links to read each issue:
Issue One (1964); Issue Two (1964); Issue Three (1965); Issue Four (1965); Issue Five (1966); Issue Six (1966); Issue Seven (1967); Issue Eight (1967); Issue Nine (1967); Issue Ten (1968); Issue 11 (1969); Issue 12 (1969); Issue 13 (1971); Issue 14 (1972); Issue 15 (1973); Issue 16 (1973); Issue 17 (1974); Issue 18 (1975); Issue 19 (1976); Issue 20 (1977); Issue 21 (1978), Issue 22 (1979); Issue 23 (1980); Issue 24 (1981); Issue 25 (1982); Issue 26 (1983); Issue 27 (1984); Issue 28 (1985); Issue 29 (1986); Issue 30 (1987); Issue 31 (1988); Issue 32 (1989); Issue 33 (1990); Issue 34 (1991); Issue 35 (1992); Issue 36 (1993); Issue 37 (1994); Issue 38 (1995); Issue 39 (1996); Issue 40 (1997); Issue 41 (1998); Issue 42 (1999)): Issue 43 (2000); Issue 44 (2001); Issue 45 (2002); Issue 46 (2003); Issue 47 (2004); Issue 48 (2005); Issue 49 (2006); Issue 50 (2007); Issue 51 (2008).
Issue 52 (2009) will be uploaded here after the publication of Issue 57 (2014).

New Open Access Journal: Roman Denarii: Hoards and Stray Finds in Sweden

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Roman Denarii: Hoards and Stray Finds in Sweden
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Roman denarii, mainly struck during the first two centuries A.D., are the earliest coins which were imported to Sweden. Contemporary Roman gold and bronze coins were also imported, but very few finds are known.

The aim of this new series is to publish the Roman denarii found in Sweden. Each issue will cover one or more hoards or stray finds.


The Digital Hadrian's Villa Project

The Plakias Stone Age Project

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The Plakias Stone Age Project
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The Plakias Stone Age Project is a Greek-American collaborative project that funds research on the Stone Age discoveries around the village of Plakias in southwest Crete (Greece). It began in 2008 with the Plakias Mesolithic Survey where both Mesolithic (11,000– 9000 B.P.) and Lower Palaeolithic sites (1.5 million years–250,000 years ago) were found. The project continues with the excavation of the Mesolithic site of Damnoni and geoarchaeological dating of other sites found in the region.

Arachne: Object database of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and the Archaeological Institute of the University of Cologne

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[First posted in AWOL 30 August 2010. Updated (version 3.9.3) 19 November 2013]

Arachne
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Arachne is the central Object database of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and the Archaeological Institute of the University of Cologne, administrated by Reinhard Foertsch.

Arachne is intended to provide archaeologists and Classicists with a free internet research tool for quickly searching hundreds of thousands of records on objects and their attributes. This combines an ongoing process of digitizing traditional documentation (stored on media which are both threatened by decay and largely unexplored) with the production of new digital object and graphic data. Wherever possible, Arachne follows a paradigma of highly structurized object-metadata which is mapped onto the CIDOC-CRM, to adress machine-readable metadata strategies of the Semantic Web. This »structured world« of Arachne requires high efforts in time and money and therefore is only possible for privileged areas of data. While on the ever-increasing range of new, digital born data in reality only a small effort-per-object ratio can be applied. It therefore requires a “low-threshold” processing structure which is located in the »unstructured world« of Arachne. All digital (graphic and textual) information is secure on a Tivoli Storage System (featuring long-term multiple redundandancy) and distributed online through the Storage Area Network in Cologne via AFS.


Access is free but registration is required.

Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication

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Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication
An Affiliated Group of the American Philological Association
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TheForum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication (FCLSC) – also known as the Classics Librarians’ Forum — brings together librarians and scholars interested in classics studies, in order to promote timely exchange of information and ideas. Members also collaborate on projects of mutual concern. The impetus for the forum grew out of meetings at Princeton University and the Center for Hellenic Studies in 2004. As an officially affiliated group of the American Philological Association since 2005, the Forum aims to support initiatives of the APA relating to libraries and scholarly communication.
The officers of the Forum are Lucie Stylianopoulos (University of Virginia), chair, and Camilla MacKay (Bryn Mawr College), secretary. Their term lasts two years from January 2013 to January 2015. Past chairs have been Gerald Heverly (New York University), Rebecka Lindau (American Academy at Rome), Catherine Mardikes (University of Chicago), and David Sullivan (University of Notre Dame).

Samothrace: Framing the Mysteries in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods

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Samothrace: Framing the Mysteries in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods

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With the support of the Collaborative Research in the Humanities Grant (CRitH) from Emory University, and in collaboration with the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University and the ΙΘ’ Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Komotini, we are working to develop new strategies for understanding how Samothracian architecture was designed and the way in which it acts in concert with the sacred space to craft the experience of initiation. Forging liaisons across the disciplines of Art History, Computer Science, Statistics, and the Carlos Museum, the principal investigators, Bonna Wescoat (Art History), Vicki Hertzberg (Biostatistics, Rollins School of Public Health), Elizabeth Hornor (Michael C. Carlos Museum), and Michael Page (Woodruff Library) and their students (listed below) have developed three interrelated projects that engage the interconnectedness of architecture, landscape, and religious ritual:

*   Recreate the pilgrim’s experience by building and then traversing a three-dimensional digital reconstructed model of the  Sanctuary;
*   Articulate the design principles of Samothracian architecture by developing statistical methods and computational tools to analyze the metrics of Samothracian buildings; and
*   Develop the i-Site pilot program for communicating and contextualizing this work through a virtual exhibition and blog, www.isamothrace.org, in conjunction with the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s website.  

The platform on which the research will be partially disseminated is this website, www.samothrace.emory.edu. The methods of inquiry developed here function both as research tools and as means of communication, with the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace serving as the paradigm.

Open Access Journal: Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)

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 [First posted in AWOL 2 November 2011. Updated 20 November 2013]

Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)
National ISSN: 18178/2010
International ISSN: 2090-4932
Online ISSN: 2090-4940
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The Egyptian Journal of Archaeological and Restoration Studies (EJARS) is an International Journal issued by Center of Archaeological and Conservation Studies and Research (ACSRC) - Sohag University. 

The international journal EJARS Encourage international discussion on several fields such as archaeological problems, Conservation science, coupling between archaeology, archaeometry and management of Conservation projects.

It focuses on the Arabian, African and Mediterranean regions and presents an international forum of research, innovations, discoveries, applications and meetings concerning the modern approaches to the study of human past. Also, the journal focuses on a specific new methodology in archaeological and restoration fields
 Current Issue

Archives

Open Access Journal: American Research Center in Egypt E-Newsletter

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[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Updated 20  November 2013]

American Research Center in Egypt E-Newsletter
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ARCE’s E-Newsletter provides the latest research, conservation, event and other news to members and subscribers on a monthly basis. The E-Newsletter is delivered free to your inbox each month, and is a great way to stay informed about all ARCE happenings.

December 2010
August 2010
April 2011
July 2011
October 2011

Open Access Pubblicazione degli atti del convegno "Lazio e Sabina 9"

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Pubblicazione degli atti del convegno "Lazio e Sabina 9"
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Nell’intento di diffondere la conoscenza di studi e ricerche archeologiche attraverso mezzi di comunicazione rivolti non solo agli addetti ai lavori ma a un pubblico più vasto,  la Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Lazio promuove per la prima volta la pubblicazione in formato digitale degli atti del Convegno ‘Lazio e Sabina 9’, edito da Edizioni Quasar e curato da Giuseppina Ghini e Zaccaria Mari, con prefazione del Soprintendente, Elena Calandra.

Il volume digitale, che precede la stampa cartacea, raccoglie le maggiori novità scaturite, negli anni 2011 e 2012, dalla molteplice attività di tutela e ricerca svolta sul territorio, ed è suddiviso in sei parti corrispondenti agli ambiti territoriali entro cui sono raggruppati topograficamente i contributi degli archeologi e architetti della Soprintendenza e degli studiosi che collaborano con loro: Area Tiburtina e Sublacense, Sabina, Area Tuscolana e Colli Albani, Area Prenestina, Area Costiera e Isole, Lazio Meridionale.

Dati bibliografici

Lazio a Sabina 9 (Atti del Convegno “Nono Incontro di Studi sul Lazio e la Sabina”, Roma, 27-29 marzo 2012), a cura di Giuseppina Ghini e Zaccaria Mari (Lavori e Studi della Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Lazio, 9), Edizioni Quasar, Roma 2013, pp. 546.

Descrizione

Il volume, suddiviso in 6 parti, raccoglie le maggiori novità scaturite, soprattutto nel 2011, dall’attività di tutela e ricerca svolta dalla Soprintendenza sul territorio di competenza. I contributi, come di consueto, sono raggruppati topograficamente in sezioni: Area tiburtina e sublacense, Sabina, Area tuscolana e Colli Albani, Area prenestina, Area costiera e isole, Lazio meridionale.


PRESENTAZIONE

Dott.ssa  Elena Calandra - Soprintendente per i Beni Archeologici del Lazio.

AREA TIBURTINA E SUBLACENSE

L’Antiquarium del Santuario di Ercole Vincitore a Tivoli: lettura del complesso monumentale.
Maria Grazia Fiore – Filippo Coarelli – Maria Grazia Granino – Federico Rausa – Laura Romagnoli –
Guido Batocchioni
Appalto Concorso per le opere di valorizzazione e restauro del Santuario di Ercole Vincitore a Tivoli.
Riccardo D’Aquino – Fabrizio De Cesaris – Donatella Fiorani
La statuetta di Ercole giovane seduto e l’iconografia dell’Ercole Vincitore.
Serafina Giannetti
Ricerche sotto la chiesa di S. Pietro a Tivoli: dalle strutture di epoca romana all’edificio di culto paleocristiano.
Vincenzo Fiocchi Nicolai – Alessandro Blanco – Enrica Davi – Alessandro Vella
Tivoli, Acquedotto Anio Novus. Conservazione del bene e garanzia della pubblica incolumità.
Rosa Mezzina
Rinvenimenti lungo la Via Tiburtina nel territorio di Tivoli.
Benedetta Adembri – Carlotta Bassoli
Impianto produttivo e sepolcreto nell’Ager Tiburtinus (Castel Madama, Roma).
Zaccaria Mari – Fabiana Marino
Villa di Traiano ad Arcinazzo Romano (Roma). Nuovi dati dalla campagna di scavo 2011.
Maria Grazia Fiore – Agostina Appetecchia
Considerazioni sull’apparato architettonico della Villa di Traiano ad Arcinazzo Romano.
Sergio Sgalambro
Risultati della seconda, terza e quarta campagna di scavo nella villa romana in località Formello a
Palombara Sabina (Roma).
Zaccaria Mari

SABINA

Sabina e Cicolano: archeologia, storia e territorio.
Giovanna Alvino
Cicolano Survey 2011. Il paesaggio d’altura attorno alla piana di Corvaro (Rieti).
Emeri Farinetti
Louis Hippolyte Lebas e i suoi disegni sul Cicolano.
Carla Ciccozzi
Recenti indagini su sistemi idraulici e antichi acquedotti in Sabina.
Cristiano Ranieri
Cave locali e architettura residenziale: ricerche 2011 della Sapienza – Università di Roma a Cottanello
(Rieti).
Patrizio Pensabene – Eleonora Gasparini – Giuseppe Restaino
L’area funeraria in località Campo Reatino (Rieti). Risultati della prima campagna di scavo 2011.
Alessandro Maria Jaia – Maria Rosa Lucidi – Carlo Virili
Reate/Rieti. Archeologia urbana.
Giovanna Alvino – Francesca Lezzi
Un recupero di monete dal territorio di Posta (Rieti).
Fiorenzo Catalli
Il santuario di S. Angelo di Civitella (Pescorocchiano, Rieti): pratiche cultuali.
Francesca Santini
Risultati della campagna di scavo 2011 nella villa romana di San Lorenzo a Falacrinae (Cittareale, Rieti).
Stephen Kay

AREA TUSCOLANA E COLLI ALBANI

Rinvenimenti archeologici tra il XII e il XIII miglio della Via Latinaa Grottaferrata (Roma).
Giuseppina Ghini – Anna Maria Cavallaro – Anastasia Zourou – Silvia Pitolli – Fabio Mestici
Nuove prospettive di ricerca del progetto Tusculum: valutazione delle dinamiche insediative, studi
archeobiologici e paleoambientali nella lunga durata.
Leonor Pena-Chocarro – Valeria Beolchini – Alessandra Molinari – Pilar Diarte Blasco
Note preliminari sullo scavo della cosiddetta “Villa di Prastina Pacato” a Tusculum.
Emanuela Pettinelli
Nuovi documenti epigrafici dallo scavo della cosiddetta “Villa di Prastina Pacato” a Tusculum.
Diana Gorostidi Pi
Dotazione domestica a Tusculum: un aggiornamento del catalogo ceramico medievale.
Giorgio Rascaglia – Jacopo Russo
Indagini archeologiche nella Fortezza di Rocca di Papa (Roma).
Emanuele Nicosia – Simon Luca Trigona – Cristiano Mengarelli
Ciampino (Roma): viabilità, contesti funerari e produttivi in località Pian del Colle.
Alessia Palladino – Alessandro D’Agostino
Ciampino (Roma): scavi in località Colle Oliva.
Diego Blanco – Roberto Manigrasso – Piero Sebastiani Del Grande
Strade, campi e sepolture nelle terre di Marino tra I e II sec. d.C.
Claudia Angelelli – Micaela Angle – Carla Caldarini – Giulia Facchin – Federica Micarelli
Il mitreo di Marino. Recenti acquisizioni.
Alessandro Bedetti – Maria Grazia Granino Cecere
Addenda al catalogo delle sculture dell’Abbazia di Grottaferrata:tra scoperte e “riscoperte”.
Annarena Ambrogi – Daniela Bonanome
“Latum pictae vestis considerat aurum”. Sepolcri a Colonna (Roma).
Flavio Altamura – Micaela Angle – Pamela Cerino – Andrea De Angelis – Noemi Tomei
Miseria e nobiltà nell’area extraurbana a sud-est di Roma in età imperiale.
Mauro Rubini – Paola Zaio
Il progetto “Dalla villa ai castra” del DAI ad Albano: Aggiornamenti e nuove ricerche.
Silvia Aglietti – Alexandra W. Busch
Nuovi studi sull’emissario del Lago di Nemi.
Marco Placidi
Il ninfeo del santuario di Diana a Nemi. Una proposta di ricostruzione.
Francesca Diosono – Laura Romagnoli – Guido Batocchioni
Nuove esplorazioni presso la c.d. Villa degli Antonini: i risultati delle campagne di scavo 2010 e 2011.
Deborah Chatr Aryamontri – Timothy Renner
Indagini archeologiche nel terrazzamento orientale del Santuario di Iuno Sospita a Lanuvio. Sintesi delle campagne di scavo 2006-2011.
Luca Attenni
Artena (Roma), Piano della Civita, villa romana. Aggiornamento delle ricerche archeologiche (campagna di scavo 2011).
Cecile Brouillard – Jan Gadeyne

AREA PRENESTINA

Le fasi più antiche della necropoli di Praeneste.
Sandra Gatti
Praeneste: nuove acquisizioni dalla città bassa.
Diana Raiano
La necropoli di Corcolle (Gallicano nel Lazio, Roma): stato della ricerca e risultati della campagna di
scavo 2011.
Zaccaria Mari
Scavi a Colle Palazzola (Zagarolo, Roma).
Maria Cristina Recco
La villa rustica di Fontana degli Angeli (Colleferro, Roma).
Tiziano Cinti – Mauro Lo Castro

AREA COSTIERA E ISOLE

La torre di S. Marina ad Ardea (Roma). Contesto topografico e analisi della struttura.
Agnese Livia Fischetti – Sergio Del Ferro
Colle Rotondo (Anzio, Roma): le campagne di scavo del 2010 e del 2011.
Gabriele Cifani – Alessandro Guidi – Alessandro Maria Jaia – Ada Cama – Davide De Giovanni – Erika
Di Leo – Federico Nomi – Giulia Peresso
Il rilievo dei “Balnea ad esedre” della Villa di Domiziano sul Lago di Paola a Sabaudia (Latina),
acquisizioni preliminari: le fasi costruttive del complesso.
Alessia Vivaldi
Ricerche geoarcheologiche nell’area di Tratturo Caniò (Sezze, Latina).
Nicoletta Cassieri – Martijn van Leusen – Hendrik Feiken – Carmela Anastasia – Gijs Tol
Il taglio del Pisco Montano a Terracina: anamnesi di una grande opera di epoca imperiale.
Nicoletta Cassieri – Alessandro Blanco – Giovanna Patti – Dario Rose – Alessandro Vella
Strutture portuali e approdi sull’isola di Ventotene (Latina).
Annalisa Zarattini – Cristiano Mengarelli – Simon Luca Trigona

LAZIO MERIDIONALE

Villa S. Lucia (Frosinone). Villa romana in località Ponte a Cavallo.
Alessandro Betori – Sara Marandola
Segni. La villa in località Pradoro.
Federica Colaiacomo
Il tempio della Cattedrale di Sora. Nuove indagini.
Rachele Frasca
Nuove ricerche nel giacimento del Paleolitico inferiore di Lademagne, S. Giovanni Incarico (Frosinone).
Italo Biddittu – Elisa Canetri – Valerio Comerci – Marco Germani – Giovanni Picchi
Progetto Summa Ocre. I siti d’altura di San Vittore del Lazio tra antichità e medioevo. Colle Santa
Maria e Colle Marena Falascosa.
Dante Sacco – Antonella Natali – Manuela Tondo – Emanuele Nicosia
L’Ager di Aquinum: ricerca e tutela nel 2011.
Giovanna Rita Bellini
Prima di Aquinum: il popolamento del territorio in età protostorica.
Giovanna Rita Bellini – Gianmatteo Matullo – Simon Luca Trigona
Aquinum, località Campo Cavaliere (Castrocielo, Frosinone). Un insediamento rustico di età bizantina.
Simon Luca Trigona
Il Santuario di Fondo Decina. Materiale votivo e forme di culto. La spada di San Vittore.
Dante Sacco – Manuela Tondo – Emanuele Nicosia
Ager Casinas. Comune di S. Elia Fiume Rapido. Note di topografia ed epigrafia.
Manuela Tondo – Dante Sacco – Francesca Cerrone – Emanuele Nicosia
L’Ager di Interamna Lirenas: ricerca e tutela nel 2011.
Giovanna Rita Bellini
Interamna Lirenas e il suo territorio. Indagini archeologiche non invasive 2011.
Sophie Hay – Alessandro Launaro – Ninetta Leone – Martin Millett
Il Ponte del Diavolo sul Rio Spalla Bassa a Interamna Lirenas.
Giovanni Murro
Minturnae area urbana: i rivestimenti pavimentali. Nuovi dati dal restauro e dall’archivio.
Giovanna Rita Bellini – Francesca Sposito – Enrico Montanelli
Minturnae. Le campagne di rilevamenti del 2011.
Henner von Hesberg – Hubertus Manderscheid – Stefan Arnold

ABBREVIAZIONI

SOMMARIO

ARIADNE Stakeholder Survey: Data access in archaeological research

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Dear Sir / Madam,

We kindly ask you to participate in an online-survey about data access in archaeological research. With your support, we will be able to bring archaeological information systems a step forward.

The survey is aimed at researchers in archaeology, directors of archaeological research institutes and managers of digital data repositories. It explores user requirements, current practices, and gaps with regard to the access to research data in archaeology. It takes approximately 20 minutes. The survey will be open until 31st December 2013.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1405631/ARIADNE-Stakeholder-Survey

The survey is part of the ARIADNE project co-directed by ADS. ARIADNE is an e-infrastructure project funded by the European Commission under the Community's Seventh Framework Programme (http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/). The survey is managed by Salzburg Research GmbH on behalf of the ARIADNE project consortium. Contact details are available on the start page of the online questionnaire.

Win an iPad: With a bit of luck you can win one of two iPads (or other tablet computers - depending on the winner’s choice), which will be raffled off among all respondents.

Thank you very much for taking the time

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Archaeology Data Service
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University of York                  Tel: +44 (0)1904 323954
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The Diachronic Corpus of Sumerian Literature

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The Diachronic Corpus of Sumerian Literature
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The Diachronic Corpus of Sumerian Literature (DCSL) project seeks to establish a web-based corpus of Sumerian literature spanning the entire history of Mesopotamian civilization, over a range of 2500 years. It will make this corpus accessible and searchable on the model now provided by the Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL). The ultimate research aim of the project is to make the corpus available for analysis in terms of change. Such an analysis hopes to contribute to the study of the intellectual history of Ancient Mesopotamia.

The project received a pump-priming grant from the John Fell OUP fund to begin work on the first stage in creating the corpus, compiling a diachronic catalogue of Sumerian literature. This catalogue displays the distribution of Sumerian literature across both space and time, and provides details of the primary and secondary sources for each composition.

The project is in the process of applying for further funding from bodies within and outside the UK. The project is headed by Marc Van De Mieroop, Professor of Assyriology, and is located in the Oriental Institute, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford. The primary researchers affiliated with the project were Graham Cunningham and Jarle Ebeling.
Project goals

Catalogue:
Map of Mesopotamia
Bibliography
Abbreviations
External links
Acknowledgements

Community Owned digital Preservation Tool Registry (COPTR)

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Community Owned digital Preservation Tool Registry (COPTR)
COPTR is a registry of tools useful for preserving digital information for the long term. COPTR is an initiatve to collate the knowledge of the digital preservation community on preservation tools in one place. Instead of organisations competing against each other with their own registries, COPTR is an initiative to bring them together. In doing so it's objective is to provide the best resource for practitioners on digital preservation tools.
COPTR is supported by Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation (ANADP), The Open Planets Foundation (OPF), The National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA), The Digital Curation Centre (DCC), The Digital Curation Exchange (DCE) and the Digital POWRR Project. The data in COPTR was collated from registries run by these organisations. It was produced with support from the Jisc funded SPRUCE Project.
COPTR is hosted by the Open Planets Foundation and is maintained by you!

Browse the COPTR Registry

How to create a new Tool Entry

  1. Check out these Guidelines for contributing to COPTR.
  2. Search for the tool you want. Check the full name and the acronym!
  3. If you find it, consider adding more detail to the existing entry. If you don't find it, follow the link to create a new entry, which will automatically create a outline entry for your tool based on the Tool Page Template.

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Elamita por Enrique Quintana

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Elamita por Enrique Quintana
Dirección, transcripción y traducción por Enrique Quintana Cifuentes.
Esta pagina tiene por objetivo la divulgación de la lengua elamita poniendo al alcance de cualquier interesado en ella el material documental disponible en esta lengua para su estudio e investigación.
Los documentos se presentan en transcripción convencional y en traducción teniendo previsto en un futuro poder ofrecerlos en su forma cuneiforme.
Se pretende además que sea un foro interactivo en el que se admiten sugerencias, comentarios y aportación de material documental.
Nota sobre la transliteración:
La transliteración del elamita sigue el sistema de ELW (Elamisches Wörterbuch, W. Hinz- H. Koch, Berlin 1987). Excepto ka4 (no qa) lìb (no ŠA3) y SUNKI (no LUGÀL). Los logogramas van en mayúsculas.

Abreviaturas:

[...] texto roto o no legible, a veces reconstruido.
{ } texto parcialmente preservado.
( ) texto explicativo o complementario.
< > signo omitido por el escriba y restaurado por el autor.
<< >> signo sobrante, escrito por el escriba por error o descuido.
v. antepuesto a nombre de varón (signo DISH).
h. antepuesto a nombre geográfico (signo ASH).
hh. antepuesto a nombre masculino (signo HAL).
d. antepuesto a nombres divinos (signo DINGIR).



The aim of this page is the divulgation of the elamite language offering to any interested person the existant documents in this language for studying and investigation.
The texts included are in conventional transcription and traslated, in a long future we intend to offer these texts in cuneiform script.
Moreover we consider this page being a forum where the interested persons are invited to give suggestions comments and to send texts in any written form -cuneiform, transcription or translation.
Notes on transliteration:
Transliteration of Elamite follows the system of ELW (Elamisches Wörterbuch, W. Hinz- H. Koch, Berlin 1987). Except ka4 (not qa) lìb (not ŠA3) and SUNKI (not LUGÀL). Logograms are indicated with ordinary capitals.

Abreviations:

[...] text vacant or damaged on the original but ocasionally supplied in reading.
{ } partly preserved text.
( ) Text commentary by the author.
< > signs erroneously omitted from the original by the scribe.
<< >> signs erroneously written in the original by the scribe.
v. marks masculine personal names.
h. marks place names.
hh. marks masculine personal names.
d. marks divine names.

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 The Ancient Graffiti Project
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Welcome to The Ancient Graffiti Project, a website that provides a search engine for locating and studying graffiti of the early Roman empire from the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Ancient graffiti, inscriptions that have been incised or scratched into wall-plaster, comprise a special branch of epigraphy. They differ from inscriptions on stone in several respects. An inscription on stone may be commemorative, dedicatory, sacred (to name just a few classes of inscription), but in almost all cases forethought has gone into the preparation of the text and the inscribed monument. Graffiti, by contrast, are more often the result of spontaneous composition and are the handwritten creation of the “man on the street.” Since graffiti are scratched into friable wall-plaster, they are more easily perishable, but when they do survive they are almost always found in-situ, unlike many stone inscriptions that have survived to the present day through re-use.

Our search engine allows three different types of searches.
  • You can search for graffiti by location, selecting either the pull-down menu, or by clicking on the map, or
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At present, the search engine and database are under construction, so searches are limited to Regio I, Insula 8 in the city of Pompeii. More will be available as the project progresses.
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      Open Access Journal: Revue des études byzantines

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      [First posted in AWOL 17 December 2010. Updated 2 November 2013]

      Revue des études byzantines (136 Issues, 6119 Articles)
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       The Revue des études byzantines is the only French journal entirely devoted to the Byzantine world. As a successor publication to the Échos d’Orient (1897-1942), it has been published since 1943 by the Institut français d’études byzantines (more details here). It is opened to all scholars wishing to publish studies and notes on various fields of Byzantine history and civilization. A 5-year restriction will be applied to online publication. Our N° 66 (2008) will be available in 2013. The access to previous years is free. Subscriptions to more recent, printed issues remain unchanged (publisher De Boccard). The Échos d’Orient will soon be digitalized and put on line on this website.

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      Open Access Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae

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       [First posted in AWOL 29 October 2010, updated 22 November 2013]

      Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae
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      Der Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae ist eine Publikationsplattform, die das Akademienvorhaben Altägyptisches Wörterbuch an der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften im Internet zur Verfügung stellt. Im Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae wird ein digitales Corpus von Texten in ägyptischer (auch demotischer) Sprache zur computergestützten Recherche publiziert. Die Lemmatisation und morphosyntaktische Annotation des Textmaterials erlauben die gezielte Recherche unter lexikalischen, philologischen, linguistischen und kulturhistorischen Fragestellungen. Den Texten ist stets eine fortlaufende Übersetzung beigegeben, die insbesondere Nichtspezialisten und Forscher benachbarter Disziplinen bei der Orientierung im Material unterstützen soll.
         Das digitale Textcorpus, das die Substanz dieses Informationssystems repräsentiert, ist in der Kooperation mehrerer Projekte entstanden und wird in dieser Kooperation fortentwickelt. Beteiligt waren und sind das Akademienvorhaben Altägyptisches Wörterbuch mit seinen Arbeitsstellen an der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin) und der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, das Projekt Demotische Textdatenbank der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur (Mainz, Arbeitsstelle Würzburg) und das Totenbuchprojekt der Nordrhein-Westfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Bonn). Seit 2005 kooperiert auch das Projekt des Leuven online index of Ptolemaic and Roman Hieroglyphis Texts von der Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Die Kooperationsbeziehungen prägen entscheidend Entstehung und Konzeption dieser Internet-Publikation.
         Das Anliegen des Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae ist es, im Sinne eines virtuellen Wörterbuches ein neues und im Rahmen der Ägyptologie neuartiges Instrument der lexikographischen Erforschung des Ägyptischen verfügbar zu machen. Das Projekt schließt sich damit eng an das Anliegen und die Methode des großen Wörterbuches der ägyptischen Sprache an, das Adolf Erman 1897 an der Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften inauguriert und zum Erfolg geführt hat. Als ein Zeichen der Bewunderung für diesen überragenden Forscher auch auf dem Gebiet der ägyptischen Lexikographie wurde daher der Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae erstmals zum 31. Oktober 2004, dem 150. Geburtstag Adolf Ermans, zur allgemeinen Benutzung freigegeben.

      Material: In der derzeitigen Version umfaßt der Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae ein digitales Corpus von rund 440.000 Textwörtern. Das entspricht im Umfang mehr als einem Drittel des Textarchivs, auf dem das Wörterbuch der ägyptischen Sprache fußt. Folgende Textgruppen sind vertreten:
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      • literarische Texte des Mittleren Reiches (Erzählungen, Dialoge, Lehren)
      • Briefe des Mittleren und des Neuen Reiches
      • das Totenbuch in mehreren Handschriften des Neuen Reiches und der Spätzeit
      • späte Ritualbücher (aus der Ptolemäerzeit)
      • demotische Texte (eine umfassende Auswahl literarischer, religiöser und administrativer Texte).
      Funktionen: In der gegenwärtigen Fassung erlaubt der Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae die Suche nach Lemmata anhand der Transkription, der Übersetzung und der bibliographischen Referenz, auch kombiniert und unter Verwendung regulärer Ausdrücke. Zu den Lemmata können die Belegstellen eingesehen, größere Belegkotexte angezeigt und in den vollständigen Texten navigiert werden. Aus der Darstellung der Belegkotexte ist es möglich, alle anderen Wörter in ihren jeweiligen Zusammenhängen nachzuschlagen. Ferner ist es möglich, Angaben zu Herkunft, Datierung, Bibliographie, Textträger usf. einzusehen. Die Einordnung jedes Texts und Objekts in eine an der räumlichen und entstehungsgeschichtlichen Gliederung des Materials orientierte, hierarchische Baumdarstellung erlaubt es weiter, den Kontext eines Texts (etwa in der Dekoration eines Monumentalgrabes) zu erkunden.
      Integration des Digitalisierten Zettelarchivs:Über die Lemmaliste des Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae ist auch der Einstieg in die Navigation im Digitalisierten Zettelarchiv möglich. Dadurch wird Belegmaterial für Lexeme, die im bisher digital erschlossenen Corpus noch nicht auftreten, zugänglich. Zudem bietet das Digitalisierte Zettelarchiv umfassende Information zur hieroglyphischen Schreibung der Wörter. Die Navigation im Digitalisierten Zettelarchiv aus dem Kontext des Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae erfolgt ohne den Einsatz von Java-Applets.
      Perspektive: Die Publikationsform des Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae im Internet ist dynamisch angelegt. In regelmäßigen Intervallen - mindestens einmal jährlich - wird eine aktualisierte Version publiziert, in der sowohl der Umfang des digitalen Textcorpus wie die Zahl und Leistungsfähigkeit der zur Recherche und Navigation verfügbaren Funktionen wachsen werden. Im Bereich der Funktionen wird in Bälde die direkte Suche nach Texten und die Suche nach Wortkombinationen zur Verfügung gestellt werden.
      Nutzungsbedingungen: Zur Nutzung des Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae ist eine Registration erforderlich. Die Nutzung ist kostenfrei. Bei der Nutzung sind die gültigen Copyright-Bestimmungen zu beachten. Hinweise zur Zitation desThesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae sind in der Hilfe-Dokumentation enthalten.
      A free tool, the Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae requires registration.

      Open Access Journal: Rosetta: Papers of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham

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      The Sudan Open Archive offers free digital access to knowledge about all regions of Sudan. It is an expanding, word-searchable, full-text database of historical and contemporary books and documents. The current version, SOA 3.0, includes two new special collections: the first thirty-two volumes of Sudan Notes and Records, Sudan’s flagship scholarly journal, and the collected papers of the late Sudan scholar, Richard Gray.

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