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Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Near Eastern Palaces. Volume II

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Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Near Eastern Palaces. Volume II


Proceedings of a workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna, 25–26 April 2016
Herausgeber: Bietak, Manfred / Matthiae, Paolo / Prell, Silvia
Reihe:
Bandnummer: 8
Umfang/Format: 256 pages, 169 ill., 1 diagram, 10 maps, 10 tables
Sprache: English, French
Ausstattung: Book (Hardback)
Abmessungen: 21.00 × 29.70 cm
Gewicht: 1153g
Erscheinungsdatum: 03.04.2019
Preise: 98,00 Eur[D] / 100,80 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-11183-6

The study of the semiotics of palaces in the Ancient Near East and Ancient Egypt provides the historian with diverse information as size and type of architecture demonstrate the kind of representation chosen by rulers towards their world. Some features were adopted from temples in order to stage the appearance of the ruler like a divine epiphany. Some further integrate a temple within the palace, showcasing the desire of the ruler to live with a specific deity under one roof for divine support and protection. The importance of this ruler can also be reflected by the size of the throne room and the number of columns, showing as well a hierarchy in the use of space within the whole building complex and its different units. For instance, the presence of a rather intimate throne room or a second small throne room points to space for confidential exchange between the ruler and his visitors. The capacity of storerooms additionally gives us insight into the economic power standing behind the palace. The comparison of different elements between palatial and domestic architecture also proves helpful in identifying the origins of particular components.

Exploration of such semiotics was initiated with the publication of the first palace volume in 2018 following a conference held in London 2013. The present volume stands in direct continuation and is the result of a second palace conference that took place at the 10th ICAANE 2016 in Vienna. Besides introducing other palaces in Egypt and Nubia, this volume is dedicated primarily to Near Eastern palaces which are presented and studied by prominent experts in this field.


Open Access Monograph Series: Ausgrabungen in Sendschirli [Heidelberg]

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Open Access Monograph Series: Athens University Review of Archaeology (AURA) Supplements

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Athens University Review of Archaeology (AURA) Supplement

Part of the AURA journal is the AURA Supplement series, comprising studies in Greek or English, which, due to their extent, cannot be published in the journal as articles. The series share the same areas of interest with the journal. The range of publications varies, including monographs, edited volumes, conference proceedings, and publications of excavations, archaeological material or works of art.
The studies submitted for publication are peer-reviewed by two anonymous referees, even in the case of doctoral dissertations, which have been successfully defended in universities, in Greece or abroad.
AURA Supplements are published irregularly, when studies have been accepted for publication. Each volume is published electronically as a PDF file, with printing restrictions. The volumes receive an ISBN number and are available on the internet to all users immediately upon publication and free of charge, according to the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
AURA issues and AURA Supplements can also be distributed on a print-on-demand basis and posted or collected from the bookstore of the Kardamitsa Publications, 8 Ippokratous str, Athens. The costs of priting and posting are covered by the customer. If you wish to request a hard copy, please contact us.

AURA Supplement 1

Excavation at the Neolithic Settlement Kantou Kouphovounos in Cyprus. Part Β': The Moveable Finds

Eleni Mantzourani and Ioannis Voskos

 

AURA Supplement 2

Lisos. The Architecture of the Asclepieion

Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos

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Attic Inscriptions Online Update

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Attic Inscriptions Online Update

3 Nov 2020: Today we publish AIUK 9 (Brocklesby Park), accompanied by versions with briefer notes on the main site: from the 4th cent. BC, a dedication commemorating victory in the cavalry contest, "anthippasia" (adds a new fragment to IG II3 4, 251); a figurative funerary monument for Moschos; a figurative funerary monument for Chairion; a dedication to Pan and the Nymphs; and from the Roman period, a dedicaton after recovery from illness depicting a reclining Herakles. We also publish in AIUK 13 (Mount Stewart) a 4th cent. BC funerary monument depicting 5 individuals, together with a briefer version on the main site.

Open Access Journal: Paléorient

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[First posted in AWOL 9 March 2011. Updated 3 November 2020]

Paléorient
eISSN - 1957-701X
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Paléorient est une revue internationale pluridisciplinaire qui favorise les échanges d’idées entre préhistoriens, archéologues et tout spécialiste menant des recherches sur l’évolution de l’Homme et de son environnement, depuis son apparition jusqu’aux débuts de la civilisation urbaine. L’aire géographique couverte s’étend de la Méditerranée à l’Indus, de l’Asie centrale au golfe persique.
Most recent issue online:

Paléorient, 2017, vol. 43, n°2. Recheches archéologiques récentes en préhistoire et protohistoire en Syrie / Recent archaeological research in Syria (13th mill. BC – 2nd mill. BC)

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glottothèque: Ancient Indo-European Grammars Online

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glottothèque: Ancient Indo-European Grammars Online

 Indo-European Linguistics has produced a wealth of knowledge about the grammars of Ancient Indo-European languages, which has substantially advanced our understanding of the history of language and the human past in general. Since this knowledge is scattered over thousands of scientific publications of the past two centuries (and ongoing), access to these languages and their fascinating features and histories is reserved to specialists. The aim of this project is to help unearth this treasure and to present it to a wider audience in an easily accessible and up-to-date form. In line with this vision, a team of experts on Indo-European languages from all over the world offers courses introducing twelve of the most important Indo-European languages and their grammars.

All lectures have a parallel design:
  • introduction

    language and speakers, writing, sources
  • sounds

    phonemes, syllables, feet, prosodic words, phonological phrases, intonational phrases
  • words

    morphological type, stem formation, inflection
  • structures

    nominal structures, adpositional structures, predication, clause
  • texts

    sample texts with linguistic discussion (available in some languages)
The lectures took place between October 2018 and February 2020 at the University of Göttingen. They were recorded by Ralf Köster and his team at the University and State Library Video Studio. This production is part of the project Ancient Indo-European Languages for the 21th Century, funded by the programme "Internationalization of Curricula" at the University of Göttingen and the Linguistics Department (Sprachwissenschaftliches Seminar) at Göttingen.
This online resource was first launched in June 2020, while digital communication was the only means for communicating scientifc results. We were looking forward to the day after, hoping that this resource will be a welcome complement of uncontaminated grammar books and touchable grammarians.
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Open Access Journal: Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant

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 [First posted in AWOL 12 May 2015, updated 3 November 2020]

Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant
Print ISSN: 1752-7260
Online ISSN: 1752-7279
The Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL Bulletin) is the annual document of record of the CBRL, the British Academy-sponsored society for research into the humanities and social sciences in the Levant based in London, with research centres in the region. The CBRL Bulletin is devoted to providing stimulating articles on current CBRL-funded and affiliated research projects, and includes feature articles and short research reports.

Latest issue: CBRL Bulletin 2018-19

An index of past issues can be found here: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/ycbr

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Open Access Monograph Series: Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur

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Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur 
ISSN: 2628-1856
Die Schriftenreihe „Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur“ (FAVis) wird seit 2018 vom Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften (IAW) der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i. Br. herausgegeben. Im IAW sind seit 2008 sieben archäologisch-altertumswissenschaftliche Disziplinen verbunden: die Urgeschichtliche, Vorderasiatische, Klassische, Provinzialrömische und Byzantinische Archäologie, die Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie mit der Archäologie des Mittelalters und die Altorientalische Philologie. In der Reihe erscheinen Monographien und Sammelbände, die sich im Forschungsfeld von Archäologie und visueller Kultur des Altertums bewegen. Dabei stehen – über traditionelle Fächergrenzen hinweg – vor allem Ansätze der Bild-Artefakt-Interpretation im Zentrum.
Die Bände der Reihe werden im Peer-Review-Verfahren in unregelmäßiger Folge als ‚open-access‘-Publikationen und im ‚print-on-demand‘ bei Propylaeum-eBooks der Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg veröffentlicht.

Jacobus Bracker (Hrsg.)

Homo pictor: Image Studies and Archaeology in Dialogue

 Homo pictor

Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur , Band 2

Die Beiträge dieses Tagungsbandes erörtern sowohl aus allgemeiner Perspektive wie auch anhand konkreter Beispiele, welche neuen Erkenntnispotentiale sich aus den gegenwärtigen interdisziplinären Arbeiten zum Phänomen des Bildes und seiner Wahrnehmung, die sich seit den Wenden zum Bildlichen mit unterschiedlichen Zielsetzungen und Vorgehensweisen unter den Bezeichnungen Bildwissenschaften und Visual Culture Studies vielfältig entwickeln, für die archäologische Erforschung von Bildkulturen ergeben. Dabei werden semiotische und perzeptuelle, framesemantische, affekttheoretische und kognitionswissenschaftliche Ansätze ebenso angesprochen wie Fragen der Bildkontexte und der Wirkmacht des Bildes.


Elisabeth Wagner-Durand, Barbara Fath, Alexander Heinemann (Hrsg.) 

Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur , Band 1
Narrative sind primäre Akteure der Produktion von sozialer Bedeut
ung und Identität. Sie artikulieren sich nicht nur im mündlichen und schriftlichen Ausdruck, sondern auch in Bildern und Artefakten. Diesen Objekten sind aufgrund ihrer Materialität spezifische erzählerische Potenziale und Kontexte der Wahrnehmung und Bewertung eigen. Aber wie lösen Bilder eigentlich Erzählung aus? Können wir die sozialen Orte ihrer Wahrnehmung beschreiben? Und wie interagieren diese Kontexte - soziale Praktiken, religiöse Rituale, Demonstrationen politischer Macht - mit den betreffenden Artefakten und beeinflussen sich wechselseitig?
Sowohl Fallstudien aus den Archäologien als auch Beiträge aus einem weiteren Spektrum der Kulturwissenschaften widmen sich diesen Fragen in einem breiteren methodischen Rahmen.

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Open Access Monograph Series: Suppléments à la Revue archéologique de l’Est

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Suppléments à la Revue archéologique de l’Est

ISSN (Édition imprimée) : 1773-6773 

Sous la direction de Claude Mordant

Cette collection de Suppléments est adossée à la Revue archéologique de l’Est. Cette revue interrégionale publie des études et informations archéologiques en provenance de la France de l’Est et du Centre-Est ainsi que des pays limitrophes.

Les Suppléments reprennent ces caractéristiques de la revue et couvrent tous les champs chronologiques et culturels de l’Archéologie dans ce large espace de la France orientale. Toutes les périodes sont couvertes, du Paléolithique à la période contemporaine, mais certaines sont plus souvent abordées : Protohistoire, périodes gallo-romaine et médiévale.

Les Suppléments publient des monographies de sites (monuments, habitats, nécropoles), des études spécialisées de collections et séries archéologiques (statuaire, céramique, verrerie, objets de bronze et fer…), des synthèses sur une période ou sur une région, sur le paléo-environnement, des actes de colloques thématiques, des hommages.

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Materialien einer Gusswerkstatt von der Qubbet el-Hawa

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Martin Fitzenreiter, Frank Willer, Johannes Auenmüller 

Gusswerkstatt

EBV Berlin, EBVerlag, 2016 - Metallurgy - 303 pages

 "Im Frühjahr 1969 wurde bei Ausgrabungen der Universität Bonn unter Leitung von Elmar Edel auf der Qubbet el-Hawa ein außergewöhnliches Depot mit Materialien einer antiken Gusswerkstatt gefunden. Im Zuge der Fundteilung gelangten die meisten Stücke des Konvolutes in das Ägyptische Museum der Universität Bonn und werden dort aufbewahrt. Die Deponierung des für die Forschung zur antiken Metallurgie bisher einzigartigen Konvoluts geschah im Zuge der Nachnutzung von Grabanlagen aus dem Alten Reich (um 2100 v. u. Z.) in der ägyptischen Spätzeit (um 550 - 400 v. u. Z.). Das Depot enthält Objekte, die alle Fertigungsstufen von Metallgegenständen im Wachsausschmelzverfahren dokumentieren. Es wurden Stücke von Rohwachs sowie Wachsmodelle und die zu deren Herstellung genutzten Negativformen gefunden. Weiterhin enthielt es vollständige Gussformen, die in einem aufwendigen Mehrschalenverfahren hergestellt wurden und teilweise bereits für den Guss ausgebrannt worden sind. Schließlich zählen einige Metallfiguren sowie weitere figürliche Objekte zum Konvolut, die alle in den Bereich einer kunsthandwerklichen Werkstatt deuten. Eine Besonderheit stellen zudem Gussformen dar, in denen Fragmente von Metallfiguren zur Reparatur im Überfangguss vorbereitet waren."

Il sistema mantico ittita KIN

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Il sistema mantico ittita KIN

Livio Warbinek

ORCID: 0000-0002-5472-9177

 Il sistema mantico ittita KIN

ISSN 2705-0289 (print) - ISSN 2705-0297 (online)

 The present dissertation is concerned with the KIN oracle, a symbolic divination technique produced by the Hittite in the 2nd mill. B.C. and developed only in the Hittite cultural milieu. Like other omens of the Ancient Near East, the Hittite oracles were considered to be messages from the gods. The Hittite solicited omens included Extispicy, Augury, the Bed Oracle, the ḪURRI-Bird Oracle, the Snake Oracle, and the KIN Oracle. Although many studies have already explained how the different divination systems worked, the KIN oracle frame still remains difficult to understand in all of its features. In this research the KIN cuneiform sources and its oracular structure have been analyzed in all respects and enriched with tables, patterns, and pictures in order to better understand the work carried out. As far as the KIN is concerned, this research provides several different analytic implications both for Hittite and divination studies.

Nel Vicino Oriente Antico qualsiasi omen era considerato un messaggio divino e, in particolare, il milieu ittita del Medio e Tardo Bronzo annoverava oracoli quali l’extispicio e l’ornitomanzia, così come i cosiddetti Bed oracle, the Ḫurri-bird oracle, Snake oracle e l’oracolo KIN. Quest’ultimo sistema divinatorio, di pertinenza della maga MUNUSŠU.GI, prevedeva la disposizione di simboli in diverse posizioni mantiche affinché si ottenesse un responso al quesito richiesto. La presente ricerca ha come oggetto il sistema mantico ittita KIN nella sua complessità – dalla struttura simbolica alle specificità oracolari – sulla base dell’analisi approfondita del corpus epigrafico cuneiforme a disposizione. Allo stato attuale della ricerca, le cospicue considerazioni emerse dallo studio del KIN forniscono implicazioni scientifiche rilevanti sia per l’Ittitologia che per gli studi divinatori in scrittura cuneiforme.

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ISSN online: 2705-0297

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La ricezione di Seneca tragico tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento: Edizioni e volgarizzamenti

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La ricezione di Seneca tragico tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento: Edizioni e volgarizzamenti

Arianna Capirossi
University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-1797-5050

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La ricezione di Seneca tragico tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento


DOI: 10.36253/978-88-5518-105-1Series: Premio Ricerca «Città di Firenze»ISSN 2705-0289 (print) - ISSN 2705-0297 (online)
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The volume investigates the reception of Senecan tragedies during Humanism, focusing on printed editions and on translations in Florentine vernacular language. The first chapter summarizes the manuscript transmission of the tragedies up to the first age of printing, with a glimpse to their possible theatrical representations. The second chapter contains the description of the printed editions from the princeps (before 1478) to the three-comment edition by Josse Bade (1514): I analysed the main paratexts, with a focus on the commentaries by Gellio Bernardino Marmitta, Daniele Caetani, and Josse Bade, and reconstructed the identities of the personalities who contributed to the publication of the tragedies. The third chapter offers a stylistic study of the five vernacular translations produced up to the year 1498. In the volume I publish the translations by Evangelista Fossa (Agamennone) and Pizio da Montevarchi (Hercule furent and Hyppolito), which lacked a modern edition.

Il volume presenta un’indagine sulla ricezione del corpus tragico di Seneca in età umanistica, focalizzandosi sulle edizioni a stampa e sui volgarizzamenti in lingua fiorentina. Il primo capitolo riassume la trasmissione manoscritta delle tragedie fino alla prima età della stampa, con uno sguardo alla loro fortuna rappresentativa. Il secondo capitolo contiene la descrizione delle edizioni a stampa dalla princeps (ante 1478) all’edizione a tre commenti a cura di Josse Bade (1514): si analizzano i principali paratesti, con un approfondimento sui commenti di Gellio Bernardino Marmitta, Daniele Caetani e Josse Bade, e si ricostruiscono le identità delle personalità che contribuirono alla pubblicazione delle tragedie. Il terzo capitolo propone lo studio stilistico dei cinque volgarizzamenti prodotti fino all’anno 1498. Nel volume sono pubblicati i volgarizzamenti di Evangelista Fossa (Agamennone) e Pizio da Montevarchi (Hercule furente e Hyppolito), finora privi di edizione moderna.

 

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ISSN online: 2705-0297

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Open Access Journal: Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt

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[First posted in AWOL13 April 2018, updated 5 November 2020]

Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt
ISSN-Internet: 2566-9419
Aegyptiaca is an international open access journal, published by the Department of Egyptology, University of Heidelberg. It is dedicated to the documentation and research of the history of reception of ancient Egypt. The journal will be published biannually in English language and will accept German and French articles as well.
The journal tries to encourage a coherent discussion of the concept and agency of Egypt in the West. As this topic is an object of research in many different disciplines the journal tries to cover a whole range of fields and all periods of the history of reception of ancient Egypt and it is open to different approaches and methods. By doing this the journal tries to keep in mind the question if and in which regard the confrontation with Egypt was a relevant factor of cultural history. The journal will publish articles focussing on special aspects of the history of reception of ancient Egypt in the different testimonia (may it be texts, art or objects) and intends to understand the detailed aspects as part of a bigger story at the same time.
News are available at the Thematic Internet Portal in Propylaeum.

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Rezeptionsgeschichte und kulturelles Gedächtnis

2019
 Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt
Nr. 4 (2019) 
2018
 Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt: Mnemohistory and Cultural Memory - Essays in Honour of Jan Assmann
Nr. 3 (2018)
Das Themenheft der Zeitschrift Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt würdigt das wissenschaftliche Werk von Jan Assmann, der mit seinem Konzept der Gedächtnisgeschichte das methodische Fundament für die Erforschung der Geschichte der Ägyptenrezeption geschaffen hat. Die Beiträge in diesem Heft machen deutlich, wie sehr Kultur-, Musik- und Literaturwissenschaften, Philosophie, Religionsgeschichte oder Archäologie von Assmanns Studien zum kulturellen Gedächtnis angeregt wurden und bei aller Gelehrsamkeit dabei die Fachgrenzen überwinden und fröhliche Wissenschaft sein können.

Jan Assmann ist Prof. em. der Ägyptologie an der Universität Heidelberg und Prof. für Kulturwissenschaften an der Universität Konstanz. Zahlreiche Ehrungen und Preise, zuletzt Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels.
Die Ausgabe der Aegyptiaca ist auch im Buchhandel erhältlich. Sie können sie in Ihrer Buchhandlung vor Ort bestellen oder über das Internet.
2017
 Aegyptiaca. Journal of the History of Reception of Ancient Egypt
Nr. 1 (2017)


Syrian Heritage Project

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Syrian Heritage Project

Welcome to the virtual platform of the Syrian Heritage Initiatives of the Museum for Islamic Art/ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.  Here, you can explore, learn about and get in touch with Syria´s unique cultural landscape.

Syria is a diverse country with the world´s oldest inhabited cities, very different landscapes and important archaeological sites. Together with its rich traditions, diverse cultures and orally-transmitted knowledge it forms a living mosaic of cultural traditions, customs, different languages, ethnicities and religions. This cultural richness is unique and deserves to be preserved for future generations. 

WHO ARE WE?

The Syrian Initiatives is a network of different projects of the Museum for Islamic Art/ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, focusing on various topics related to Syrian heritage. Together, our aim is to document, preserve and present the richness of Syrian heritage for everyone. The following projects contribute to the content of this website:

  • Syrian Heritage Archive Project

In 2013, the Museum for Islamic Art/ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) started the project as a response to the destructions through the war. It was intended to have a digital place of safe storage for future generations. The Syrian Heritage Archive Project works in digitising and archiving photo collections and research data on Syria. Read more about this project

  • Interactive Heritage Map of Syria

The Interactive Heritage Map of Syria seeks to document intangible aspects of heritage by bringing the focus back to the people creating their heritage. It aims to present cultural expressions, traditional knowledge and people ́s memories from Syria, linking it to the material of the other Syrian Initiatives. Read more about this project

  • Built Heritage Documentation

The Built Heritage Documentation arose out of the work of the Syrian Heritage Archive and aims to document and assess the destruction of architectural built heritage in Aleppo caused by the present war. It further gathers this detailed knowledge to be used for planning reconstruction measures. More under this link

  • Aleppo Heritage Catalogue

Aleppo Heritage Catalogue is a project on historical and architectural documentation of monuments in the world heritage site of Aleppo. It seeks a scientific and practical inquiry, aims for knowledge mobilization and cultural advocacy, to help communities in Aleppo recognize, celebrate, support and preserve their cultural heritage.  Read more about this project

Open Access Journal: Les cahiers de Mariemont

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Fondée en 1970, la revue des Cahiers de Mariemont est publiée annuellement par le Musée royal de Mariemont, établissement scientifique de la Communauté française de Belgique. Aujourd'hui à comité de lecture, la revue vise à promouvoir l'étude de ses riches collections et à publier, principalement en français et en anglais, des travaux de recherche dans les grands domaines de spécialisation du Musée : l'archéologie des mondes méditerranéens anciens, les arts extra-européens, l'archéologie et l'histoire régionale, les livres précieux, les arts décoratifs et la muséologie. Ses dossiers thématiques abordent des sujets de l'actualité de la recherche dans une perspective transversale et interdisciplinaire.

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Open Access Monograph Series: Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian Expedition

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Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian Expedition

The tomb of Puyemrê at Thebes : volume I, the hall of memories / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies and H.R. Hopgood of the Egyptian Expedition

The tomb of Puyemrê at Thebes : volume I, the hall of memories / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies and H.R. Hopgood of the Egyptian Expedition

Puyemrê -- Tomb;Inscriptions, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Includes plates I-XLIII; Of this book five hundred copies were printed on Van Gelder handmade paper; Plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress; "A list of the principal Theban tombs referred to in this volume or useful for comparison" : p.107-109
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Two Ramesside tombs at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies, H.R. Hopgood, C.K. Wilkinson, the late Norman Hardy and Nina de G. Davies of the Egyptian expedition

Two Ramesside tombs at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies, H.R. Hopgood, C.K. Wilkinson, the late Norman Hardy and Nina de G. Davies of the Egyptian expedition

Art, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Of this book five hundred copies were printed on Van Gelder handmade paper in the month of August MCMXXVII. ; Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Includes index
1927
The tomb of two sculptors at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by Norman de Garis Davies, Nina de G. Davies, H.R. Hopgood and Charles K. Wilkinson, of the Egyptian expedition

The tomb of two sculptors at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by Norman de Garis Davies, Nina de G. Davies, H.R. Hopgood and Charles K. Wilkinson, of the Egyptian expedition

Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Egypt;Art, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Of this book five hundred copies were printed on Van Gelder handmade paper in the month of May, MCMXXV. ; Includes index ; Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress
1925
The tomb of Puyemrê at Thebes : volume II, the chapels of hope / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies and H.R. Hopgood of the Egyptian Expedition

The tomb of Puyemrê at Thebes : volume II, the chapels of hope / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by N. de Garis Davies and H.R. Hopgood of the Egyptian Expedition

Puyemrê -- Tomb;Inscriptions, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Includes plates XLIV-LXXIX; Of this book five hundred copies were printed on Van Gelder handmade paper; Plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress
1923
The tomb of Nefer-hotep at Thebes : Volume II

The tomb of Nefer-hotep at Thebes : Volume II

Nefer-ḥotep -- Tomb;Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes
Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Of this book, the text, in an edition of five hundred copies, was printed by the Southworth press, Portland, Maine ... Of the plates in both volumes those in line were made and printed by Charles Whittingham and Griggs, London, England those in color and monochrome collotype by Emery Walker, limited, London, England.
1933
The tomb of Rekh-mi-Rē at Thebes : Volume II

The tomb of Rekh-mi-Rē at Thebes : Volume II

Rekhmire, Vizir of Upper Egypt, approximately B.C. 1471-1448 -- Tomb;Mural painting and decoration, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Three hundred copies ... printed
1943
The tomb of Rekh-mi-Rē at Thebes : Volume I

The tomb of Rekh-mi-Rē at Thebes : Volume I

Rekhmire, Vizir of Upper Egypt, approximately B.C. 1471-1448 -- Tomb;Mural painting and decoration, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Three hundred copies ... printed. ; References cited: v. 1, p. 107-109
1943
The tomb of Nefer-hotep at Thebes : Volume I

The tomb of Nefer-hotep at Thebes : Volume I

Nefer-ḥotep -- Tomb;Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes
Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Of this book, the text, in an edition of five hundred copies, was printed by the Southworth press, Portland, Maine ... Of the plates in both volumes those in line were made and printed by Charles Whittingham and Griggs, London, England those in color and monochrome collotype by Emery Walker, limited, London, England.
1933
The tomb of Nakht at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by L. Crane, Norman de G. Davies, and F.S. Unwin, of the Egyptian expedition, and Nina de Garis Davies

The tomb of Nakht at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color by L. Crane, Norman de G. Davies, and F.S. Unwin, of the Egyptian expedition, and Nina de Garis Davies

Nakht, active 15th century B.C. -- Tomb;Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Inscriptions, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Of this book five hundred copies were printed on Van Gelder handmade paper in the month of April MCMXVII; Plates and one leaf (key plan) accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress; Includes index
1917
Middle kingdom tomb architecture at Lisht / by Dieter Arnold  with an appendix by James P. Allen

Middle kingdom tomb architecture at Lisht / by Dieter Arnold with an appendix by James P. Allen

Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Tombs -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Architecture, Ancient -- Egypt;Lisht Site (Egypt);Egypt -- Antiquities
Includes bibliographical references and index ; Pt. 1. Middle Kingdom Tombs of Lisht-South -- Tomb of Senwosretankh -- Tomb of Senwosret(?) -- Grand North Mastaba of Intef(?) -- French Tomb -- Tomb of Imhotep -- Tomb of Mentuhotep -- South-Khor Tomb A -- South-Khor Tomb B -- Tomb A in the South Area -- Tomb B of Djehuty in the South Area -- Tomb C of Ip/// in the South Area -- Tomb D in the South Area -- Tomb F in the South Area -- Tomb of Sehetepibreankh -- Brick Buildings North of the Mastaba of Mentuhotep -- East Tomb Enclosure -- Pt. 2. Middle Kingdom Tombs of Lisht-North -- Tomb 384 of Rehuerdjersen(?) -- Tomb 400 of Antefiker -- Tomb 470 of Senimeru -- Tomb 493 of Nakht -- Tomb 758 of Senwosret -- Tomb 954 -- Tomb 956 -- Pt. 3. Unidentified Middle Kingdom Tombs of Lisht-North -- Tomb of Sobeknakht -- Tomb of Inherethetep -- Tomb of Sehetepibreseneb -- Anonymous Tomb -- Anonymous Tomb Mentioning Senwosretankh -- List of Tombs -- Appendix / James P. Allen -- The Biographical Inscription from the Mastaba of Intef (?) -- Objects in Museum Collections -- Plates
2008
The Heqanakht papyri / by James P. Allen

The Heqanakht papyri / by James P. Allen

Hekanakhte;Egyptian language -- Papyri, Hieratic;Egypt -- Economic conditions -- To 332 B.C. -- Sources;Thebes (Egypt : Extinct city)
"Discovered by the Egyptian Expedition of the Metropolitan Museum of Art during its 1922-23 season of excavations in Thebes, they [the papyri] are now part of the Museum's permanent collection." -- P. [v] ;Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-270) and indexes
2002
The Ḥeḳanakhte papers, and other early Middle Kingdom documents

The Ḥeḳanakhte papers, and other early Middle Kingdom documents

Ḥeḳanakhte; Egyptian language -- Papyri, Hieratic; Land tenure -- Egypt -- History -- Sources
Facsim. ed of the hieratic texts, with hieroglyphic transcriptions, English translations, and commentaries ; The documents ... were collected as a group by the late Professor Battiscombe Gunn ... [He] did all the preparatory work, collected most of the parallel material, and suggested most of the interpretations. ; Bibliography: p. [xi]-xiii
1962
The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part I, the excavations

The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part I, the excavations

Kharga, Egypt (Oasis). Temple of Hibis.;Inscriptions, Greek -- Egypt -- Kharga (Oasis)
In portfolio, as issued ; Of this book 300 copies were printed in October 1953. Composition, printing and binding by Plantin Press, New York. Line engravings in the text by Phoenix Engraving Company, New York, line and photographic plates in black and white by Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Connecticut, two plates in color, nos. 43 and 60 by Ganymed Press, London, England.--Verso of half-t.p ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes ;
1941
The tomb of Senebtisi at Lisht / by Arthur C. Mace and Herbert E. Winlock

The tomb of Senebtisi at Lisht / by Arthur C. Mace and Herbert E. Winlock

Tombs -- Egypt -- Lisht Site; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Lisht Site
Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Appendix: Notes on the mummy, by Dr. G. Elliott Smith, p. 119-120 ; Index of authorities cited: p. 127-128
1916
The tombs of Senenmut : the architecture and decoration of tombs 71 and 353 / by Peter F. Dorman

The tombs of Senenmut : the architecture and decoration of tombs 71 and 353 / by Peter F. Dorman

Senenmut -- Tomb;Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Includes indexes
1991
The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part I, new coptic texts from the Monastery of Saint Macarius

The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part I, new coptic texts from the Monastery of Saint Macarius

Saint Macarius (Monastery); Monasteries -- Egypt -- Natrun Valley; Coptic language -- Texts
Includes indexes ; Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Printed in Great Britain ; An edition of five hundred copies ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes
1926
Re-used blocks from the pyramid of Amenemhet I at Lisht

Re-used blocks from the pyramid of Amenemhet I at Lisht

Amenemhet I, King of Egypt, d. 1962 B.C;Relief (Sculpture);Lisht Site (Egypt) -- Antiquities
Includes bibliographical references
1971
Ostraka and name stones from the tomb of Sen-Mūt (no. 71) at Thebes / by William C. Hayes  photographs by Harry Burton

Ostraka and name stones from the tomb of Sen-Mūt (no. 71) at Thebes / by William C. Hayes photographs by Harry Burton

Senenmut -- Tomb;Ostraka;Inscriptions, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
300 copies were printed. ; References cited: p. 52-57
1942
The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part II, greek inscriptions

The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part II, greek inscriptions

Kharga, Egypt (Oasis). Temple of Hibis.;Inscriptions, Greek -- Egypt -- Kharga (Oasis)
In portfolio, as issued ; Of this book 300 copies were printed in October 1953. Composition, printing and binding by Plantin Press, New York. Line engravings in the text by Phoenix Engraving Company, New York, line and photographic plates in black and white by Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Connecticut, two plates in color, nos. 43 and 60 by Ganymed Press, London, England.--Verso of half-t.p ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes ;
1939
The slain soldiers of Neb-hep-et-Rē'Mentu-hotpe / by H. E. Winlock

The slain soldiers of Neb-hep-et-Rē'Mentu-hotpe / by H. E. Winlock

Mentuhotep II, King of Egypt;Tombs -- Egypt -- Deir el-Bahri Site;Soldiers -- Egypt -- Deir el-Bahri Site;Deir el-Bahri Site (Egypt)
1945
The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part III, The architecture and archaeology

The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part III, The architecture and archaeology

Saint Macarius (Monastery); Monasteries -- Egypt -- Natrun Valley; Coptic language -- Texts
Includes indexes ; Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Printed in Great Britain ; An edition of five hundred copies ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes
1933
Models of daily life in ancient Egypt : from the tomb of Meket-Rēʻ at Thebes

Models of daily life in ancient Egypt : from the tomb of Meket-Rēʻ at Thebes

Meketre -- Tomb;Wood-carved figurines -- Egypt;Models and modelmaking -- Egypt;Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Egypt -- Social life and customs
Bibliography: p. 105-106
1955
The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part II, the history of the monasteries of Nitria and Scetis

The monasteries of the Wadi ʼn Natrûn : Part II, the history of the monasteries of Nitria and Scetis

Saint Macarius (Monastery); Monasteries -- Egypt -- Natrun Valley; Coptic language -- Texts
Includes indexes ; Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; Printed in Great Britain ; An edition of five hundred copies ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes
1932
The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part III, the decoration

The Temple of Hibis in El Khārgeh oasis : Part III, the decoration

Kharga, Egypt (Oasis). Temple of Hibis.;Inscriptions, Greek -- Egypt -- Kharga (Oasis)
In portfolio, as issued; Of this book 300 copies were printed in October 1953. Composition, printing and binding by Plantin Press, New York. Line engravings in the text by Phoenix Engraving Company, New York, line and photographic plates in black and white by Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Connecticut, two plates in color, nos. 43 and 60 by Ganymed Press, London, England.--Verso of half-t.p ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes
1953
The monastery of Epiphanius at Thebes : Part I, the archaeological material

The monastery of Epiphanius at Thebes : Part I, the archaeological material

Epiphanius (Monastery); Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Manuscripts, Greek (Papyri) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city); Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city); Ostraka
Each plate in pt. 1 accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; An edition of five hundred copies. ; Edited with translation and commentaries by W.E. Crum, Greek ostraca and papyri / edited with translations and commentaries by H.G. Evelyn White
1926
The monastery of Epiphanius at Thebes :  Part II, coptic ostraca and papyri

The monastery of Epiphanius at Thebes : Part II, coptic ostraca and papyri

Epiphanius (Monastery); Coptic manuscripts (Papyri); Manuscripts, Greek (Papyri) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city); Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city); Ostraka
Each plate in pt. 1 accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress ; An edition of five hundred copies. ; Edited with translation and commentaries by W.E. Crum, Greek ostraca and papyri / edited with translations and commentaries by H.G. Evelyn White
1926
The texts in the maṣṭabeh of Seʼn-Wosret-ʻankh at Lisht / by William C. Hayes   with plates by Lindsley F. Hall from photographs by Harry Burton

The texts in the maṣṭabeh of Seʼn-Wosret-ʻankh at Lisht / by William C. Hayes with plates by Lindsley F. Hall from photographs by Harry Burton

Senwosret-ankh, active 20th century B.C.;Tombs -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Lisht Site (Egypt);Inscriptions, Egyptian
Four hundred copies were printed in September, 1937, by Plantin Press. ; Includes bibliographical footnotes
1937
The pyramid complex of Senwosret III at Dahshur architectural studies / by Dieter Arnold  with contributions and an appendix by Adela Oppenheim  and contributions by James P. Allen

The pyramid complex of Senwosret III at Dahshur architectural studies / by Dieter Arnold with contributions and an appendix by Adela Oppenheim and contributions by James P. Allen

Sesostris III, King of Egypt -- Tomb.;Pyramids -- Egypt -- Dahshûr;Architecture, Egyptian -- Egypt -- Dahshûr
Includes bibliographical references and index ; 6 folded leaves of plans are in back pocket ; Based on the Museum's records of excavations from 1906 to 1934 at the pyramid site of Lisht, revised and augmented by results of recent excavations (1985 to present)
2000
The tomb of Queen Meryet-Ameun at Thebes / by H.E. Winlock ; photographs by Harry Burton, plans by Walter Hauser and catalogue by Charlotte R. Clark

The tomb of Queen Meryet-Ameun at Thebes / by H.E. Winlock ; photographs by Harry Burton, plans by Walter Hauser and catalogue by Charlotte R. Clark

Meryet-Amūn, Queen, consort of Amenhotep II, King of Egypt -- Tomb;Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Includes bibliographical references
1932
Paintings from the tomb of Rekh-mi-Rēʼ at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color from copies by Nina de Garis Davies and Charles K. Wilkinson

Paintings from the tomb of Rekh-mi-Rēʼ at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color from copies by Nina de Garis Davies and Charles K. Wilkinson

Rekhmire, Vizier of Upper Egypt, approximately B.C. 1471-1448 -- Tomb;Mural painting and decoration -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Decoration and ornament -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city);Tombs -- Egypt -- Thebes (Extinct city)
Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive text ; Edition of 400 copies
1935
The Temple of Mentuhotep at Deir el Bahari / by Dieter Arnold, from the notes of Herbert Winlock   photos. by Harry Burton   plans by Walter Hauser, Gouverneur M. Peek, and Dieter Arnold

The Temple of Mentuhotep at Deir el Bahari / by Dieter Arnold, from the notes of Herbert Winlock photos. by Harry Burton plans by Walter Hauser, Gouverneur M. Peek, and Dieter Arnold

Temple of Mentuhotep II (Egypt); Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Egyptian Expedition; Deir el-Bahri Site (Egypt)
Includes index
1979
The pyramid of Senwosret I / by Dieter Arnold with contributions by Dorothea Arnold and Peter Dorman

The pyramid of Senwosret I / by Dieter Arnold with contributions by Dorothea Arnold and Peter Dorman

Pyramid of Sesostris I (Egypt);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Lisht Site (Egypt)
Includes bibliographical references and index ; Based on the Museum's records of excavations from 1906 to 1934 at the pyramid site of Lisht, revised and augmented by results of recent excavations (1985 to present)
1988
The pyramid complex of Senwosret I / by Dieter Arnold  with contributions by Dorothea and Felix Arnold and an appendix by Cheryl Haldane

The pyramid complex of Senwosret I / by Dieter Arnold with contributions by Dorothea and Felix Arnold and an appendix by Cheryl Haldane

Pyramid of Sesostris I (Egypt);Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Lisht Site (Egypt)
Includes bibliographical references and index
1992
The control notes and team marks / by Felix Arnold in collaboration with Dieter Arnold, I.E.S. Edwards, Jürgen Osing, using notes by William C. Hayes

The control notes and team marks / by Felix Arnold in collaboration with Dieter Arnold, I.E.S. Edwards, Jürgen Osing, using notes by William C. Hayes

Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Lisht Site (Egypt);Tombs -- Egypt -- Lisht Site;Egypt -- Antiquities
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
1990

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WÖRTERLISTEN aus den Registern von Publikationen griechischer und lateinischer dokumentarischer Papyri und Ostraka

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 [First posted in AWOL 7 February 2010. Updated 6 Novdember 2020]

WÖRTERLISTEN aus den Registern von Publikationen griechischer und lateinischer dokumentarischer Papyri und Ostraka...
Inhalte: 24. Fassung vom 07. Juli 2020

Letzte technische Aktualisierung: 4. November 2020

...unter anfänglicher Mithilfe von Pia Breit, Wolfgang Habermann, Ursula Hagedorn, Bärbel Kramer, Gertrud Marohn, Jörn Salewski

und mit Dank für die Überlassung elektronischer Dateien an Charikleia Armoni (für P.Heid. IX, P.Köln XI und P.Tarich.), Rodney Ast (für O.Ber. III, O.Trim. II, P.Bagnall, P.Jena II und SB XXVII), Thomas Backhuys (für P.Köln XV und P.Köln XVI), Roger S. Bagnall (für P.Math. und P.Nekr.), Marja J. Bakker (für P.Worp), Alette V.Bakkers (für P.Minnesota), Guido Bastianini (für PSI Com. XI), Amin Benaissa (für P.Oxy. LXXV), Matias Buchholz (für P.Petra 05), Adam Bülow-Jacobsen (für O.Claud. IV und O.Krok. 02), Willy Clarysse (für P.Count und P.Petrie Kleon), Nahum Cohen (für P.Berl. Cohen), James Cowey (für P.Paramone), Hélène Cuvigny (für O.Krok. und O.Did), Ruth Duttenhöfer (für P.Lips. II), Jean-Luc Fournet (für P.Strasb. Copt.), Maria Serena Funghi (für O.Petr. Mus.), Traianos Gagos (für P.Thomas), Nikolaos Gonis (für P.Oxy. LXVIII, P.Oxy. LXIX, P.Oxy. LXX, P.Oxy. LXXI, P.Oxy. LXXII, P.Oxy. LXXIII, P.Oxy. LXXIV, P.Oxy. LXXVII und P.Oxy. LXXVIII), Ann Hanson (für P.Sijp.), Hermann Harrauer (für P.Horak, P.Eirene II, CPR XIX und P.Eirene III), Benjamin Henry (für P.Oxy. LXXX und P.Oxy. 84), Francisca A. J. Hoogendijk (für BL XII), Andrea Jördens (für P.Louvre I, P.Louvre II, SB XXI, SB XXIII und SB XXIX), Demokritos Kaltsas (für P.Heid. VIII), Bärbel Kramer (für P.Aktenbuch, P.Cairo Mich. II, P.Poethke und P.Trier I), Johannes Kramer (für C. Gloss. Biling. II), Claudia Kreuzsaler (für SPP III².5), Nico Kruit und die Herausgeber der BL (für BL XI), Csaba Láda (für CPR XXVIII), Herwig Maehler (für BGU XIX), Klaus Maresch (für P.Ammon II, P.Bub. II, P.Herakl. Bank, P.Köln IX, P.Köln X, P.Köln XI, P.Köln XII, P.Köln XIII, P.Köln XIV, P.Phrur. Diosk. und P.Polit. Iud.), Alain Martin (für P.Narm. 2006 und P.Cairo Preis.²), Henri Melaerts (für P.Bingen), Diletta Minutoli (für An.Pap. 21/22, An.Pap. 23/24, An.Pap. 25, An. Pap. 26, An. Pap. 27, An.Pap. 28, An.Pap. 29, An.Pap. 30, An.Pap. 31, P.Pintaudi, P.Prag. III und P.Schøyen II), Fritz Mitthof (für CPR XXIII, P.Erl. Diosp. und SPP III².2), Federico Morelli (für CPR XXII), Bernhard Palme (für P.Harrauer und CPR XXIV), Amphilochios Papathomas (für CPR XXV), Rosario Pintaudi (für P.Eirene IV und PUG IV), Fabian Reiter (für BGU XX), Simona Russo (für PSI Com. 12), Patrick Sänger (für P.Vet. Aelii und SB XXV), Philip Schmitz (für P.Iand. Zen.), Paul Schubert (für P.Yale III und P.Gen. IV), Eleni Skarsouli (für P.Oxyrhyncha), Agostino Soldati (für P.Tebt Pad. I), Dorothy Thompson (für P.Haun. IV), Sven Tost (für SPP III².1), Katelijn Vandorpe (für P.Erbstreit), Peter van Minnen (für BASP 43-50), Natalia Vega Navarrete (für Vega, Acta Alex.), Arthur Verhoogt (für P.Mich. XXI), Cindy Werner (für P.Trier 02), Klaas A. Worp (für O.Kellis, P.Mich. 20 und P.NYU II),

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Tall al-Ḥamīdīya Final Reports

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Open Access Journal: New Voices In Classical Reception Studies

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[First posted in AWOL  26 September 3013, updated 29 May 2020]

New Voices In Classical Reception Studies
ISSN 1750-6581
Classical Reception Studies is a rapidly developing field of research. There is a growing number of new scholars investigating issues of reception of classical texts, ideas, performance, and material culture across different cultural contexts and in different media.
This ejournal site aims to provide a showcase for scholars who have reached the stage where they wish to publish the results of their research. We particularly encourage research that crosses discipline boundaries.
Papers contributed to the site will be subject to peer review before they can be accepted for publication. Comments from the anonymous reviewers and editors will be made available to authors whether or not their papers are accepted for publication. Refereed publications are of course of particular importance to those starting out on an academic career or those feeling their way in an academic area of research outside their usual discipline.
Readers' responses will be welcomed and will be passed to the originating author
We aim to publish annually in the Summer

Issue 13 (2020)

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“Cave of the Heart,” The Medea of Martha Graham and Isamu Noguchi:
Twentieth-Century Classical Reception in the Visual and Performance Arts

Ronnie Ancona (Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY)
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A Royal Chase in the Company of Three?
The Hunting Scene in Vergil’s Aeneid IV, its Courtly Imitators and in Berlioz’s Chasse Royale

Raymond Cormier (First Gent Emeritus, Longwood University, Virginia)
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A Modern Myth in Classical Dress:
The Titanic Disaster in Contemporary Latin Verse

Nicholas De Sutter (KU Leuven)
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Tomboyish Wisdom Gods and Sexy Gorgons:
The Evolution of Ovid’s Medusa Rape Narrative in Contemporary Children’s Literature

Robin Diver (University of Birmingham)
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A Great Political Institution in a Religious Festival:
78-95 reception of Greece in Gilbert West’s (1749) Olympick Games

James Ford (Lancashire County Museum Service)
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The War of the Frogs and the Rats
The Batrachomyomachia in Marvel’s The Mighty Thor

Nicholas Newman (Veritas Classical Academy, Marietta, Ohio)
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Shadows Redeemed: Myth and Intertextuality in the Novel and Film Room
Rocki Wentzel, (Augustana University)
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Issue 12 (2018)
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Subjectivity and Ambiguity in Two Verse Translations of the Aeneid
Melanie Fitton-Hayward, University of Nottingham
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Nero Revised and Seneca Reviled: Edmund Bolton’s Nero Caesar or Monarchie Depraved
Celia Goodburn, Independent Scholar
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Horus and Zeus Are Playing Tonight – Classical Reception in Heavy Metal Band Names
Martin Lindner and Robert Wieland, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
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Homeric Voices at Gallipoli: A New Zealand Perspective
Gary Morrison, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
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Thermae Romae Manga: Plunging into the Gulf between Ancient Rome and Modern Japan
Ayelet Peer, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
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Hippolytus’ Neglect of Eros: A Dialogue between Euripides’ Drama and Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love
Anastasia-Stavroula Valtadorou, University of Edinburgh
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Sophocles’ Antigone Reworked in the Twentieth Century: the Case of Walter Hasenclever’s Antigone (1917)
Rossana Zetti, University of Edinburgh
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Tall al-Hamidiya Syria

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Tall al-Hamidiya Syria


 Since 1984 a Swiss Archaeological Mission has been excavating on Tall al-Hamidiya in the Khabur-Region (Northeast Syria).

The main goal of the project was to unearth Taidu, a residential capital of the Mitannian empire, which controlled Upper Mesopotamia between the 17th and 13th centuries BC. The Tall as a potential site of the capital was selected based on written sources and on an archaeological survey. Since 1983 the project has been directed by Prof. Dr. Markus Wäfler, University of Bern. Since 2008 Dr. Oskar Kaelin has been acting as a co-director. The excavation results have been published in five volumes (TH 1-5) and several articles.

 

 

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