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Tesserae: Intertextual Phrase Matching

Tesserae:Intertextual Phrase Matching
The Tesserae project aims to provide a flexible and robust web interface for exploring intertextual parallels.

Select two poems below to see a list of lines sharing two or more words (regardless of inflectional changes).  

Tesserae is a collaborative project of the University at Buffalo's Department of Classics and Department of Linguistics, and the VAST Lab of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

This project is funded by the Office of Digital Humanities of the National Endowment for the Humanitiesand by the Digital Humanities Initiative at Buffalo.

Teaching The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology

Teaching The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology

These teaching materials were developed in conjunction with the exhibition The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology: Celebrated Discoveries from The People's Republic of China, which is no longer on view at the National Gallery.

Booklets and slides are available through the education department's Free Loan Program.
This publication was developed by the staff of the National Gallery of Art and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Objects & Commentary
   Late Prehistoric China
   Bronze Age China
   Chu and Other Cultures
   Early Imperial China
Teaching Activities
Pronunciation Guide/Glossary

Nestor abandons paper!

From the Editors
Friday, 21 December 2012 16:04
This is the last issue of Nestor that will be distributed in hardcopy via the post. We are ending all subscriptions and invite our past subscribers to remain current with the bibliography in the field of Aegean Prehistory by downloading future issues from our website:

The editors of Nestor wish our readers the happiest of holidays and all the best in the New Year.

App: PictureIt: Epistles of Paul

PictureIt: Epistles of Paul [video describing the app Pictureit: EP]
Welcome to the world of second century C.E. Egypt. This app will allow you to leaf through pages of the world's oldest existing manuscript of the letters of St. Paul (P.Mich.inv.6238, also known in NT scholarship as P46). Thirty leaves of this manuscript, written in about 200 C.E., were found in Egypt and purchased by the University of Michigan Papyrology Collection in 1931 and 1933 (another 56 leaves, not included in this app, are housed in the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin; 18 leaves are missing completely).

The app will give you the feel of what it was like reading an ancient Greek book on papyrus, where the text is written without word division, punctuation, headings, or chapter and verse numbers. To aid the reader without knowledge of ancient Greek the translation mode will give a literal translation of the Greek text preserved on these pages (with addition of chapter and verse numbers), with explanatory notes showing where this text is different from the Standard text.

Fieldiana Anthropology: A Collection of Digitized Books

Fieldiana Anthropology: A Collection of Digitized Books
Publications from the Chicago Field Museum's Fieldiana Anthropology series, digitized with permission of the Museum. The collection is a subset of the University of Illinois Digitized Books Collection.
Listed below are those titles relating to antiquity (old world):
Japanese temples and houses / Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 14 External Link 
Gunsaulus, Helen Cowen, 1886-1954.

Report on the excavation of the "A" cemetery at Kish, Mesopotamia. Part I / Fieldiana Anthropology M External Link 
Mackay, Ernest John Henry, 1880-1943.

Three Etruscan painted sarcophagi / Fieldiana, Anthropology, v. 6, no.4 External Link

Tarbell, Frank Bigelow, 1853-1920.

Catalogue of bronzes, etc., in Field Museum of Natural History: reproduced from originals in the Nat External Link 
Tarbell, Frank Bigelow, 1853-1920.
Dorsey, George Amos, 1868-1931 [editor] Curator of [Anthropology] Dept. at Field Museum of Natural History

The giraffe in history and art / Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 27 External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.

Chinese clay figures. Part I. Prolegomena on the history of defensive armor / Fieldiana, Anthropolog External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.
Moodie, Roy Lee, 1880-1934.
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934, ed. Curator of Anthropology

Sino-Iranica; Chinese contributions to the history of civilization in ancient Iran, with special ref External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.

Catalogue of Chinese rubbings from Field Museum / Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.3 External Link 
Walravens, Hartmut, 1944-
Tchen, Hoshien
Starr, M. Kenneth
Schneider, Alice K.
Newton, Herta

The Field Museum-Oxford University expedition to Kish, Mesopotamia, 1923-1929 / Fieldiana, Popular S External Link 
Field, Henry, 1902-

Old Akkadian inscriptions in Chicago Natural History Museum; texts of legal and business interest /  External Link 
Gelb, Ignace Jay, 1907-1985
Martin, Paul S. (Paul Sidney), 1899-1974. editor Chief Curator, Department of Anthropology
Ross, Lillian A. editor Associate Editor, Scientific Publications

A Sumerian Palace and the "A" cemetery at Kish, Mesopotamia. Part II. / Fieldiana Anthropology Memoi External Link 
Mackay, Ernest John Henry, 1880-1943.
Langdon, Stephen, 1876-1937, contributor, Professor of Assyriology, Jesus College, Oxford.
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934, ed. Curator of Anthropology

Ancient seals of the Near East / Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 34 External Link 
Martin, Richard A. (Richard Arthur)

Ostrich egg-shell cups of Mesopotamia and the ostrich in ancient and modern times / Fieldiana, Popul External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.

An annotated bibliography on the origin and descent of domestic mammals, 1900-1955 / Fieldiana, Anth External Link 
Angress, Shimon, 1924-1958.
Reed, Charles A. Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University
Ross, Lillian A. editor 

Jade: a study in Chinese archaeology and religion / Fieldiana, Anthropology, v. 10 External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934. 

Egyptian stelae in Field Museum of Natural History / Fieldiana, Anthropology, v. 24, no.1 External LinkAllen, Thomas George, b. 1885
Martin, Paul S. (Paul Sidney), 1899-1974. editor
Report on excavations at Jemdet Nasr, Iraq / Fieldiana, Anthropology Memoirs, Vol. 1, No. 3 External Link 
Mackay, Ernest John Henry, 1880-1943.
Langdon, Stephen, 1876-1937, contributor, Professor of Assyriology, Jesus College, Oxford.
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934, ed. Curator of Anthropology

Notes on turquois in the East / Fieldiana, Anthropology, v. 13, no.1 External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.

Ivory in China / Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 21 External Link 
Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934.

Mummies / Fieldiana, Popular Series, Anthropology, no. 36 External Link 
Martin, Richard A. (Richard Arthur)

French Dissertations Online

theses.fr est le moteur de recherche des thèses de doctorat françaises.

Il vise à donner sur le web un point d’entrée :
• à toutes les thèses de doctorat en cours de préparation en France
• à toutes les thèses de doctorat soutenues en France, quel que soit le support matériel de la thèse (document papier, numérique, édition commerciale…)
• aux personnes et organismes en lien avec ces thèses.
theses.fr est une des applications du projet Portail des thèses confié à l’ABES en 2009 par le Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche. La feuille de route comprenait les trois axes suivants :
• renforcer la visibilité nationale et internationale de la recherche doctorale française ; theses.fr expose largement sur le web les données décrivant les thèses de doctorat.
• servir le monde académique ; theses.fr permet à l'ensemble de la communauté scientifique d'avoir une connaissance aussi exacte que possible de l'état de la recherche doctorale en cours, et de pouvoir faire le point sur un thème de recherche ou sur une discipline.
• servir le monde économique ; en valorisant les travaux des doctorants et des docteurs, theses.fr vise à faciliter l’insertion professionnelle des jeunes chercheurs.

Une base de données en constante évolution

A l’ouverture, en juillet 2011, theses.fr recense toutes les thèses soutenues depuis 2006 dans les établissements ayant choisi d’abandonner le dépôt de la thèse papier au profit du support électronique (plus de 6 000 thèses). L’accès au texte intégral des thèses n’est pas systématique car conditionné à l’autorisation de mise en ligne accordée par le docteur et/ou les ayant-droits de la thèse.
En septembre 2011, les données issues du Fichier central des thèses (plus de 66 000 thèses en préparation dans les universités, principalement en lettres, sciences humaines et sociales) sont versées dans theses.fr.

Les données de theses.fr sont validées par les personnels des établissements habilités à délivrer le doctorat.

Dans les prochains mois, theses.fr s’enrichira de la bibliographie nationale des thèses, répertoire exhaustif de toutes les thèses soutenues en France depuis 1985, disponible aujourd’hui au sein du catalogue Sudoc...

Open Access Journal: Canadian Classical Bulletin (CCB)

[First posted in AWOL 1 November 2009. Updated 24 December 2012]

Canadian Classical Bulletin (CCB)
ISSN: 1198-9149
The Canadian Classical Bulletin (CCB) is the official electronic bulletin of the CAC and is published on the 15th of every month, with special issues when necessary. Issues are mailed directly to subscribers’ e-mail accounts and are subsequently archived on the CCB Archive pages.

The CCB serves as the organ for the efficient dissemination of official announcements of the CAC. Our hope is that it will also help scholars, students, and other friends of Classics keep abreast of relevant developments in Canada and abroad.

CCB Archive

A full archive of the Bulletin can be found in the Electronic Collection of Library and Archives Canada.

Volume 19September 2012 — August 2013

  • 19.4 — 2012 12 15 — Regular issue (December)
  • 19.3.1 — 2012 11 24 — Announcements
  • 19.3 — 2012 11 15 — Regular issue (November)
  • 19.2 — 2012 10 15 — Regular issue (October)
  • 19.1.1 — 2012 10 07 — Announcements
  • 19.1 — 2012 9 15 — Regular issue (September)

Volume 18September 2011 — August 2012

  • 18.12.2 — 2012 8 27 — Announcements
  • 18.12.1 — 2012 8 27 — Announcements
  • 18.12 — 2012 8 15 — Regular issue (August)
  • 18.11.1— 2012 8 07 — Announcements
  • 18.11 — 2012 7 15 — Regular issue (July)
  • 18.10 — 2012 6 15 — Regular issue (June)
  • 18.9.1— 2012 5 29 — Announcements
  • 18.9 — 2012 5 15 — Regular issue (May)
  • 18.8.1— 2012 4 19 — Announcements
  • 18.82012 4 15— Regular Issue (April)
  • 18.7.4— 2012 4 10 — AGM
  • 18.7.3— 2012 4 04 — Trent teaching
  • 18.7.2— 2012 3 31 — Conacher reminder
  • 18.7.1— 2012 3 28 — Announcements; Positions (Trent)
  • 18.72012 3 15 — Regular Issue (March)
  • 18.6.4— 2012 2 25 Revised call for nominations, 2012; New Prize for PhD Dissertation
  • 18.6.3— 2012 2 27 — In memoriam Ross Killpatrick; Position available (University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa)
  • 18.6.2— 2012 2 25 — In memoriam Trevor Hodge; Positions available (McMaster; Laurier)
  • 18.6.1— 2012 2 16 — Positions (Toronto; UBC)
  • 18.62012 2 15 — Regular Issue (February)
  • 18.52012 1 15 — Regular Issue (January)
  • 18.42011 12 15 — Regular Issue (December)
  • 18.3.2— 2011 12 12 — Position available, Trent University
  • 18.3.1— 2011 11 26 — Position available, University of Winnipeg
  • 18.32011 11 15 — Regular Issue (November)
  • 18.2.1— 2011 10 24 — In Memoriam Emmet Robbins
  • 18.22011 10 15 — Regular Issue (October)
  • 18.1.1— 2011 09 21 — In Memoriam F. Winter, N. McCloskey
  • 18.12011 09 15 — Regular Issue (September)

Open Access Journal: Teaching Classical Languages (TCL)

[First posted in AWOL 22 April 2011. Updated 24 December 2012]

Teaching Classical Languages (TCL)
ISSN 2160-2220
Teaching Classical Languages (ISSN 2160-2220) is the only peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the teaching and learning of Latin and ancient Greek. It addresses the interests of all Latin and Greek teachers, graduate students, coordinators, and administrators. Teaching Classical Languages welcomes articles offering innovative practice and methods, advocating new theoretical approaches, or reporting on empirical research in teaching and learning Latin and Greek. As an electronic journal, Teaching Classical Languages has a unique global outreach. It offers authors and readers a multimedia format that more fully illustrates the topics discussed, and provides hypermedia links to related information and websites. Articles not only contribute to successful Latin and Greek pedagogy, but draw on relevant literature in language education, applied linguistics, and second language acquisition for an ongoing dialogue with modern language educators.

Fall 2012

In this issue:
  • Mark Thorne - Using Manuscripts in the Latin Classroom
  • Christine Hahn - Latin in the Homeschooling Community
  • Antonia Syson - Reading the Aeneid with intermediate Latin students: the new Focus commentaries (Books 1-4 and 6) and Cambridge Reading Virgil (Books I and II)

Fall 2011

In this issue:
  • Eric Dugdale - Creative Composition in Beginning Latin
  • Wilfred E. Major and Byron Stayskal - Teaching Greek Verbs: A Manifesto
  • Albert Watanabe - The 2011 College Greek Exam: Report and Analysis
  • Stephen Trzaskoma - Innovation in Recent Intermediate Greek Textbooks?

Spring 2011

In this issue:
  • Yasuko Taoka - Classroom as Text: What Genres Do We Teach In?
  • Tracy Jamison Wood - Third Language Acquisition: Spanish-Speaking Students in the Latin Classroom
  • Judith Lynn Sebesta - Aliquid Novi: The New Series of Bolchazy-Carducci Latin Readers

Fall 2010

In this issue:
  • Rebecca R. Harrison - Exercises for Developing Prediction Skills in Reading Latin Sentences
  • Peter Anderson and Mark Beckwith - Form-Focused Teaching for the Intermediate Latin Teacher
  • Albert Watanabe - The 2010 College Greek Exam

Spring 2010

In this issue:
  • Lindgren et al. - From Literal to Literary: A Translation Project for Latin Poetry Classes
  • Traill et al. - Building Ties between College and High School Latin Programs
  • Ancona, Collins, Daugherty, Holec, Kitchell, Patrick, Pearcy - Perspectives on the New Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation

Fall 2009

In this issue:
  • Andrew Reinhard - Social Networking in Latin Class
  • Georgia L. Irby-Massie - "That Ain't Workin'; That's the Way You Do It": Teaching Greek through Popular Music
  • Rachael Clark - Greek Vocabulary in Popular Textbooks

TCL is the successor to CPL Online. To see the CPL Online archives, click here.

Open Access Journal: ARA News: The Association for Roman Archaeology

[First posted in AWOL 22 December 2010. Updated  25 December 2012]

ARA News:  The Association for Roman Archaeology
The Association for Roman Archaeology uses its membership income to promote the following objectives:

  • To spread knowledge of Roman civilisation.

  • Research on Roman sites in the U.K.

  • Preserve our Roman antiquities.

  • Present Roman sites and collections.

  • Publish findings from all our active archaeological archives.

  • Our principal objective is to promote the advancement of the education of the public in the history and archaeology of the Roman period.

    The A.R.A. publish a fully coloured Newsletter annually, and we upload copies here on the website for people to view.

    The Newsletters on the website are available in PDF format, please clink on a link below. 

    Open Access Journal: JANES - Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society

    [First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 26 December 2012]

    JANES - Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society
    ISSN: 0010-2016
    Abusch, Tzvi Gilgamesh's Request and Siduri's Denial. Part II: An Analysis and Interpretation of an Old Babylonian Fragment about Mourning and Celebration 22 (1993) 3–17
    Albenda, Pauline Expressions of Kingship in Assyrian Art 2/1 (1969) 41–52

    The Burney Relief Reconsidered 2/2 (1970) 86–93

    Lions on Assyrian Wall Reliefs 6 (1974) 1–27

    Assyrian Carpets in Stone 10 (1978) 1–34

    An Unpublished Drawing of Louvre AO 19914 in the British Museum 12 (1980) 1–8

    Stone Sculpture Fragments 21 (1992) 1–12
    Anthony, David W. Horses and Prehistoric Chronology of Eastern Europe and Western/Central Asia 21 (1992) 131–33
    Arbeitman, Yoël E Luvia Lux 12 (1980) 9–11
    Assis, Elie "The Sin at Kadesh as a Recurring Motif
    in the Book of Joshua"
    31 (2009)
    Auffret, Pierre Essai sur la structure littéraire du Psaume 61 14 (1982) 1–10

    Analyse structurelle des Psaumes de M. Girard 20 (1991) 1–5

    "Pourquoi dors-tu, Seigneur?" Étude structurelle du psaume 44 21 (1992) 13–33

    "Conduis-moi dans ta justice!": Étude structurelle du psaume 5 23 (1995) 1–28

    Comment sont tombés les héros? Étude structurelle de 2Sm 1, 19–27 24 (1996) 1–8

    Dieu Juste! Etude structurelle du Psaume 7 27 (2000) 1–14

    Certes il y un Dieu Jugeant sur la Terre! Etude structurelle du Psaume 58 29 (2002) 1–15

    C'est l'homme droit que regardera sa face: Etude structurelle du Psaume 11 30 (2006) 1–7
    Barker, Kenneth L. Proverbs 23: "To Think" or "To Serve Food?" 19 (1989) 3–8
    Barnett, R. D. Monkey Business 5 (1973) 1–10
    Barré, Michael L. A Note on rs 't in the Karatepe Inscription 13 (1981) 1–3
    Barzilay, Isaac From Purism to Expansionism: A Chapter in the Early History of Modern Hebrew 11 (1979) 3–15
    Baumgarten, Albert A Note on the Book of Ruth 5 (1973) 11–15

    Korban and the Pharisaic Paradosis 16-17 (1984–85) 5–17
    Beckman, Gary The Anatolian Myth of Illuyanka 14 (1982) 11–25
    Beeston, A. F. L. The Hasean Tombstone J 1052 11 (1979) 17–18
    Ben–Hayyim, Z. Mono- and Bi-syllabic Middle Guttural Nouns in Samaritan Hebrew 11 (1979) 19–29
    Berlant, Stephen R. The Mysterious Ekron Goddess Revisited
    31 (2009)
    Berlin, Adele Shared Rhetorical Features in Biblical and Sumerian Literature 10 (1978) 35–42
    Best, Jan Linguistic Evidence for a Phoenician Pillar Cult in Crete 20 (1991) 7–13
    Bing, J. D. On the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh 7 (1975) 1–11

    Gilgamesh and Lugalbanda in the Fara Period 9 (1977) 1–4

    Adapa and Humanity: Mortal or Evil? 18 (1986) 1–2
    Bishop, Dale L. Zarathushtra as Victor in the Verbal Contest 9 (1977) 5–9
    Blau, Joseph L. Religion and the Newer Forms of Consciousness 5 (1973) 17–22
    Blau, Joshua Redundant Pronominal Suffixes Denoting Intrinsic Possession 11 (1979) 31–37
    Bleeker, C. J. Some Remarks on the Religious Significance of Light 5 (1973) 23–34
    Bloch, Yigal Should Parallelistic Structure Be Used as Evidence for an Early Dating of Biblical Hebrew Poetry?
    31 (2009)
    Bodenstein, Susan Morgan Seal 652 1/2 (1969) 5–13
    Bodine, Walter R. YBC 6996: A Name List from a Mesopotamian School 30 (2006) 9–19
    Bonder, Bayla The Date of Mesha's Rebellion 3 (1970–71) 82–88
    Bowman, John Word and Worship in Middle Eastern Religions 5 (1973) 35–44
    Boyarin, Daniel Review of Y. Muffs, Studies in the Aramaic Legal Papyri from Elephantine 3 (1970–71) 57–62

    Aramaic Notes I: Column 36 of 11QtgJb 6 (1974) 29–33
    Brauner, Ronald A. "To Grasp the Hem" and 1 Samuel 15:27 6 (1974) 35–38
    Bresciani, Edda Il possible nome del figlio maggiore di Nectanebo II 16-17 (1984–85) 19–21
    Brunner, Christopher J. The Middle Persian Explanation of Chess and Invention of Backgammon 10 (1978) 43–51
    Cachia, Pierre A Curious Maltese Variant of an Arabic Proverb 11 (1979) 39–40
    Caquot, A. Observations sur la Première Tablette Magique d'Arslan Tash 5 (1973) 45–51
    Casson, Lionel The World's First Museums 5 (1973) 53–57
    Cazelles, Henri De l'idéologie royal orientales 5 (1973) 59–73
    Cohen, Chayim The Idiom qr' bsm in Second Isaiah 1/1 (1968) 32–34

    Was the P Document Secret? 1/2 (1969) 39–44

    "Foam" in Hosea 10:7 2/1 (1969) 25–29

    Review of K. A. Kitchen, Ancient Orient and Old Testament 2/2 (1970) 105–10

    Hebrew tbh: Proposed Etymologies 4 (1972) 36–51

    The "Widowed" City
    5 (1973)

    Studies in Early Israelite Poetry I: An Unrecognized Case of Three-Line Staircase Parallelism in the Song of the Sea 7 (1975) 13–17

    The Ugaritic Hippiatric Texts and BAM 159 15 (1983) 1–12

    The "Held Method" for Comparative Semitic Philology 19 (1989) 9–23
    Cohen, Miles B. The Masoretic Accents as a Biblical Commentary 4 (1972) 2–11
    Cohen, Shaye J. D. Elias J. Bickerman: An Appreciation 16-17 (1984–85) 1–3

    Solomon and the Daughter of Pharaoh: Intermarriage, Conversion, and the Impurity of Women 16-17 (1984–85) 23–37
    Collon, Dominique Mesopotamian Columns 2/1 (1969) 1–18
    Cook, John A. The Finite Verbal Forms in Biblical Hebrew Do Express Aspect 30 (2006) 21–35
    Cooper, Alan The Message of Lamentations 28 (2001) 1–18
    Craghan, John F. The ARM X "Prophetic" Texts: Their Media, Style, and Structure 6 (1974) 39–57
    Craig, Judith Lapkin Text and Textile in Exodus: Toward a Clearer Understanding of ma'aseh choshev 29 (2002) 17–30
    Dahood, Mitchell The Breakup of Stereotyped Phrases 5 (1973) 83–89
    Daly, Patricia; Hesse, Brian C.;
    Perkins, Dexter, Jr.;
    Animal Domestication and Species Identification 4 (1972) 79–80
    Dandamayev, M. A. The Late Babylonian ambaru 16-17 (1984–85) 39–40
    Daube, David The Law of Witnesses in Transferred Operation 5 (1973) 91–93
    Davies, W. D. Reflections on the Spirit in the Mekilta 5 (1973) 95–105
    DeGraeve, Marie–Christine See Pittman, Holly

    Demsky, Aaron On Reading Ancient Inscriptions: The Monumental Aramaic Stele Fragment from Tel Dan 23 (1995) 29–35

    The Name of the Goddess of Ekron: A New Reading 25 (1997) 1–5
    Dijkstra, Meindert Ba'lu and His Antagonists: Some Remarks on CTA 6: v 1-6 6 (1974) 59–68
    Dobbs–Allsopp, F. W. Linguistic Evidence for the Date of Lamentations 26 (1998) 1–36
    Dobrusin, Deborah L. The Third Masculine Plural of the Prefixed Form of the Verb in Ugaritic 13 (1981) 5–14
    Doron, Pinchas A New Look at an Old Lex 1/2 (1969) 21–27
    Driver, Godfrey Rolles Affirmation by Exclamatory Negation 5 (1973) 107–14
    Dunham, Sally Notes on the Relative Chronology of Early Northern Mesopotamia 15 (1983) 13–38
    Dunlop, Douglas M. Relations between Norway and the Maghrib in the 7th/13th Century 11 (1979) 41–44
    Elayi, Josette The Phoenician Cities in the Persian Period 12 (1980) 13–28

    The Relations between Tyre and Carthage during the Persian Period 13 (1981) 15–29
    Elayi, J. and A. G. Elayi A Treasure of Coins from Arwad 18 (1986) 3–24
    Eliade, Mircea Notes on the Calusari 5 (1973) 111–22
    Elman, Yaakov Babylonian Echoes in a Late Rabbinic Legend 4 (1972) 12–19

    Authoritative Oral Tradition in Neo–Assyrian Scribal Circles 7 (1975) 19–32

    An Akkadian Cognate of Hebrew sehîn 8 (1976) 33–34
    Faur, José Delocutive Expressions in the Hebrew Liturgy 16-17 (1984–85) 41–54
    Fleishman, Joseph The Age of Legal Maturity in Biblical Law 21 (1992) 35–48

    On the Meaning of the Term melek 'ashur "The King of Assyria" in Ezra 6:22 26 (1998) 37–45

    On the Significance of a Name Change and Circumcision in Genesis 17 28 (2001) 19–32
    Ford, J. N. Another Look at Mandaic Incantation Bowl BM 91715 29 (2002) 31–47
    Foster, Benjamin R. Humor and Cuneiform Literature 6 (1974) 69–85

    Notes on Sargonic Royal Progress 12 (1980) 29–42

    The Siege of Armanum 14 (1982) 27–36
    Fox, Michael World Order and Ma'at: A Crooked Parallel 23 (1995) 37–48
    Fox, Nili S. Clapping Hands as a Gesture of Anguish and Anger in Mesopotamia and in Israel 23 (1995) 49–60
    Freedman, Leslie R. Biblical Hebrew 'rb, "to go surety," and Its Nominal Forms 19 (1989) 25–29
    Freedman, R. David A New Approach to the Nuzi Sistership Contract 2/2 (1970) 77–85

    Counting Formulae in the Akkadian Epics 3 (1970–71) 65–81

    A New Lexical Fragment 4 (1972) 33–35

    subat basti: A Robe of Splendor 4 (1972) 91–95

    The Dispatch of the Reconnaissance Birds in Gilgamesh XI 5 (1973) 123–29

    Cuneiform Texts in the Sacramento Vicinity 8 (1976) 35–47

    Cuneiform Texts from the Piepkorn Collection, III 9 (1977) 11–25

    The Father of Modern Biblical Scholarship 19 (1989) 31–38
    Frisch, Amos Jeroboam and the Division of the Kingdom: Mapping Contrasting Biblical Accounts 27 (2000) 15–29
    Gabba, Emilio The Holy Spirit, the Roman Senate, and Bossuet 16-17 (1984–85) 55–65
    Galil, Gershon The Jerahmeelites and the Negeb of Judah 28 (2001) 33–42
    Garfinkel, Stephen Another Model for Ezekiel's Abnormalities 19 (1989) 39–50

    Applied Peshat: Historical–Critical Method and Religious Meaning 22 (1993) 19–28
    Garrett, Jeff Review of C. H. Gordon, Evidence for the Minoan Language 1/2 (1969) 66–73
    Garsoïan, Nina G. The Early-Medieval Armenian City: An Alien Element? 16-17 (1984–85) 67–83
    Gaster, Theodor H. Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth: A Canaanite Charm against Snakebite 7 (1975) 33–51

    An Index to the Gaster Festschrift 8 (1976) 1–31

    The Ugaritic Charm against Snakebite: An Additional Note 12 (1980) 43–44
    Geller, Stephen A. The Struggle at the Jabbok: the Uses of Enigma in a Biblical Narrative 14 (1982) 37–60

    Cleft Sentences with Pleonastic Pronoun: A Syntactic Construction of Biblical Hebrew and Some of Its Literary Uses 20 (1991) 15–33
    Geva, Shulamit A Neo-Assyrian Cylinder Seal from Beth–Shan 12 (1980) 45–49
    Gevirtz, Stanley Of Syntax and Style in the "Late Biblical Hebrew"-"Old Canaanite" Connection 18 (1986) 25–29
    Gilbert, Allan S. Modern Nomads and Prehistoric Pastoralists: The Limits of Analogy 7 (1975) 53–71
    Ginsberg, H. L. Ugaritico-Phoenicia 5 (1973) 131–47
    Goldberg, Harvey E. Cambridge in the Land of Canaan: Descent, Alliance, Circumcision, and Instruction in the Bible 24 (1996) 9–34
    Goldin, Judah On the Account of the Banning of R. Eliezer ben Hyrqanus: An Analysis and Proposal 16-17 (1984–85) 85–87
    Goldstein, Jonathan The Central Composition of the West Wall of the Synagogue of Dura-Europos 16-17 (1984–85) 99–142
    Gosse, Bernard L'insertion de 2 Samuel 22 dans les livres de Samuel et l'influence en retour sur les titres davidiques du Psautier 27 (2000) 31–47
    Gottlieb, Isaac B. Law, Love, and Redemption: Legal Connotations in the Language of Exodus 6:6-8 26 (1998) 47–57

    From Formula to Expression in Some Hebrew and Aramaic Texts
    31 (2009)
    Greenberg, Moshe Notes on the Influence of Tradition on Ezekiel 22 (1993) 29–37
    Greenfield, Jonas C. Notes on Some Aramaic and Mandaic Magic Bowls 5 (1973) 149–59

    Early Aramaic Poetry 11 (1979) 45–51

    "Because He/She Did Not Know Letters": Remarks on a First Millennium C.E. Legal Expression 22 (1993) 39–44
    Greenstein, Edward L. Another Attestation of Initial h >' in West Semitic 5 (1973) 157–64

    Two Variations of Grammatical Parallelism in Canaanite Poetry and Their Psycholinguistic Background 6 (1974) 87–105

    A Phoenician Inscription in Ugaritic Script? 8 (1976) 49–57

    M. M. Bravmann: A Sketch 11 (1979) 1–2

    The Assimilation of Dentals and Sibilants with Pronominal s in Akkadian 12 (1980) 51–64

    The Syntax of Saying "Yes" in Biblical Hebrew 19 (1989) 51–59
    Greenstein, Edward L.
    and David Marcus
    The Akkadian Inscription of Idrimi 8 (1976) 59–96

    Professor Moshe Held: Our Teacher 19 (1989) 1–2

    Yochanan Muffs: Portrait of a Colleague and Friend 22 (1993) 1–2
    Gruber, Mayer I. The Source of the Biblical Sabbath 1/2 (1969) 14–20

    Review of H. J. van Dijk, Ezekiel's Prophecy on Tyre 2/1 (1969) 54–57

    Akkadian laban appi in the Light of Art and Literature 7 (1975) 78–83

    Breast-Feeding Practices in Biblical Israel and in Old Babylonian Mesopotamia 19 (1989) 61–83
    Hallo, William W. Choice in Sumerian 5 (1973) 165–72

    The Concept of Eras from Nabonassar to Seleucus 16-17 (1984–85) 143–51

    For Love Is Strong as Death 22 (1993) 45–50
    Hallo, William W.
    and David B. Weisberg
    A Guided Tour through Babylonian History: Cuneiform Inscriptions in the Cincinnati Art Museum 21 (1992) 49–90
    Haran, Menahem Archives, Libraries, and the Order of the Biblical Books 22 (1993) 51–61
    Held, Moshe Studies in Biblical Homonyms in the Light of Akkadian 3 (1970–71) 46–55

    Pits and Pitfalls in Akkadian and Biblical Hebrew 5 (1973) 173–90

    Hebrew ma'gal: A Study in Lexical Parallelism 6 (1974) 107–16

    On Terms for Deportation in the Old Babylonian Royal Inscriptions with Special Reference to Yahdunlim 11 (1979) 53–62
    Hengel, Martin Hadrians Politik gegenüber Juden und Christen 16-17 (1984–85) 153–82
    Hesse, Brian C. Faunal Analysis - A Tool for Early Historic Research 3 (1970–1971) 38–45

    See Daly, Patricia

    Hiebert, Fred See Karlovsky, C. C. Lamberg

    Hill, Andrew E. Ancient Art and Artemis: Toward Explaining the Polymastic Nature of the Figurine 21 (1992) 91–94
    Hoffman, Yair History and Ideology: The Case of Jeremiah 44 28 (2001) 43–51
    Hoffmeier, James K. Some Thoughts on Genesis 1 & 2 and Egyptian Cosmology 15 (1983) 39–49
    Horowitz, Wayne An Astronomical Fragment from Columbia University and the Babylonian Revolts against Xerxes 23 (1995) 61–67

    The 360 and 364 Day Year in Ancient Mesopotamia 24 (1996) 35–44

    A Late Babylonian Tablet with Concentric Circles from the University Museum (CBS 1766) 30 (2006) 37–53
    Horowitz, Wayne and
    Victor (Avigdor) Hurowitz
    Urim and Thummim in Light of a Psephomancy Ritual from Assur (LKA 137) 21 (1992) 95–115
    Hurowitz, Victor (Avigdor) See Horowitz, Wayne

    Literary Observations on "In Praise of the Scribal Art" 27 (2000) 49–56
    Isserlin, B. S. J. The Names of the 72 Translators of the Septuagint 5 (1973) 191–97
    Izre'el, Shlomo On the Person-Prefixes of the Akkadian Verb 20 (1991) 35–56

    Linguistics and Poetics in Old Babylonian Literature: Mimation and Meter in Etana 27 (2000) 57–68
    Jacobsen, Thorkild The Sister's Message 5 (1973) 199–212

    A Maidenly Inanna 22 (1993) 63–68
    Japhet, Sara The Prohibition of the Habitation of Women: The Temple Scroll's Attitude toward Sexual Impurity and Its Biblical Precedents 22 (1993) 69–87
    Johnson, Gary K. An Experiment in Ancient Egyptian Silver Vessel Manufacture 8 (1976) 97–104
    Joosten, Jan Do the Finite Verbal Forms in Biblical Hebrew Express Aspect? 29 (2002) 49–70
    Karlovsky, C. C. Lamberg
    and Fred Hiebert
    The Relation of the Finds from Shahdad to Those of Sites in Central Asia 21 (1992) 135–40
    Katsh, Abraham I. Unpublished Geniza Talmudic Fragments 5 (1973) 213–23
    Kawami, Trudy S. Parthian Brick Vaults in Mesopotamia, Their Antecedents and Descendants 14 (1982) 61–67
    Kister, M. J. Pare Your Nails: A Study of an Early Tradition 11 (1979) 63–70
    Kitchen, K. A. Late-Egyptian Chronology and the Hebrew Monarchy 5 (1973) 225–33
    Kosmala, Hans Maskil 5 (1973) 235–41
    Kramer, Samuel Noah The Jolly Brother 5 (1973) 243–53
    Kselman, John S. Psalm 77 and the Book of Exodus 15 (1983) 51–58
    Kutler, Laurence A Structural Semantic Approach to Israelite Communal Terminology 14 (1982) 69–77
    Layton, Scott C. "Head on Lap" in Sumero-Akkadian Literature 15 (1983) 59–62
    Leinwand, Nancy Regional Characteristics in the Styles and Iconography of the Seal Impressions of Level II at Kültepe 21 (1992) 141–72
    Levine, Baruch A. Silence, Sound, and the Phenomenology of Mourning in Biblical Israel 22 (1993) 89–106
    Levin, Yigal Numbers 34:2-12, The Boundaries of the Land of Canaan, and the Empire of Necho 30 (2006) 55–76
    Lichtenstein, Murray H. The Banquet Motif in Keret and in Proverbs 9 1/1 (1968) 19–31

    Dream–Theophany and the E Document 1/2 (1969) 45–54

    A Note on the Text of 1 Keret 2/2 (1970) 94–100

    Psalm 68:7 Revisited 4 (1972) 97–112

    The Poetry of Poetic Justice 5 (1973) 255–65

    Idiom, Rhetoric and the Text of Genesis 41:16 19 (1989) 85–94
    Lipton, Diana Bezalel in Babylon? Anti-Priestly Polemics in Isaiah 40–55
    31 (2009)
    Lo, Alison Death in Qohelet
    31 (2009)
    Loewenstamm, Samuel Remarks upon the Infinitive Absolute in Ugaritic and Phoenician 2/1 (1969) 53
    Malamat, Abraham Josiah's Bid for Armageddon 5 (1973) 267–79
    Malone, Joseph L. Textually Deviant Forms as Evidence for Phonological Analysis: A Service of Philology to Linguistics 11 (1979) 71–79
    Marcus, David The Three Aleph's in Ugaritic 1/1 (1968) 50–60

    Studies in Ugaritic Grammar I 1/2 (1969) 55–61

    The Stative and the waw Consecutive 2/1 (1969) 37–40

    Review of A. S. Kapelrud, The Violent Goddess 2/2 (1970) 111–14

    The qal Passive in Ugaritic 3 (1970–71) 102–11

    A Famous Analogy of Rib-Haddi 5 (1973) 281–86

    The Term for 'Coffin' in the Semitic Languages 7 (1975) 85–94

    Sharruludari, Son of Rukubtu, Their Former King: A Detail of Philistine Chronology 9 (1977) 27–30

    Civil Liberties under Israelite and Mesopotamian Kings 10 (1978) 53–60

    The Barren Woman of Psalm 113:9 and the Housewife: An Antiphrastic Dysphemism 11 (1979) 81–84

    Juvenile Delinquency in the Bible and the Ancient Near East 13 (1981) 31–52

    The Bargaining between Jephthah and the Elders (Judges 11:4-11) 19 (1989) 95–100

    See Greenstein, Edward L.

    The Mission of the Raven (Gen. 8:7) 29 (2002) 71–80
    Margulis, Baruch The Kôsarôt/ktrt: Patroness–saints of Women 4 (1972) 52–61

    Of Birds and Brides: A Reply to M. Lichtenstein 4 (1972) 113–17
    Matison, Dahlia Review of E. Reiner, A Linguistic Analysis of Akkadian 1/1 (1968) 61–66
    Mauer, Gerlinde Agriculture of the Old Babylonian Period 15 (1983) 63–78
    McGuiness, David M. Archival Interrelationships during Ur III 13 (1981) 53–66
    McHale–Moore, Rhonda The Mystery of Enheduanna's Disk 27 (2000) 69–74
    Merrill, Eugene H. The "Accession Year" and Davidic Chronology 19 (1989) 101–12
    van de Mieroop, Marc Nippur Texts from the Early Isin Period 18 (1986) 31–51

    Old Babylonian Ur: Portrait of an Ancient Mesopotamian City 21 (1992) 119–30
    Milgrom, Jacob The Rationale for Biblical Impurity 22 (1993) 107–11
    Miller, Cynthia L. A Reconsideration of 'Double-Duty' Prepositions in Biblical Poetry
    31 (2009)
    Morag, Shelomo Some Notes on musawwitat in Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Literature 11 (1979) 85–90
    Moran, William L. UET 6, 402: Persuasion in the Plain Style 22 (1993) 113–20
    Muffs, Yochanan Two Comparative Lexical Studies 5 (1973) 287–98

    The Joy of Giving (Love and Joy as Metaphors of Volition in Hebrew and Related Literatures, Part II) 11 (1979) 91–111
    Murnane, William Once Again the Dates for Tuthmosis III and Amenhotep II 3 (1970–71) 1–7
    Muscarella, Oscar White The Archaeological Evidence for Relations between Greece and Iran in the First Millennium B.C. 9 (1977) 31–57

    Urartian Bells and Samos 10 (1978) 61–72
    Nakata, Ichiro Problems of the Babylonian akîtu Festival 1/1 (1968) 41–49

    Scribal Peculiarities in EA:285–290 2/1 (1969) 19–24

    Mesopotamian Merchants and Their Ethos 3 (1970–71) 90–101

    Annu in the Mari Texts 5 (1973) 299–307

    A Further Look at the Institution of sugagutum in Mari 19 (1989) 113–18
    Nemet–Nejat, Karen R. A Late Babylonian Field Plan 7 (1975) 95–101

    A Bibliography for Cuneiform Mathematical Texts 19 (1989) 119–33
    Neufeld, Edward Fabrication of Objects from Fish and Sea Animals in Ancient Israel 5 (1973) 309–24

    The Earliest Document of a Case of Contagious Disease in Mesopotamia (Mari Tablet ARM X, 129) 18 (1986) 53–66
    Noegel, Scott E. Moses and Magic: Notes on the Book of Exodus 24 (1996) 45–59

    Sex, Sticks, and the Trickster in Gen. 30:31-43 25 (1997) 7–17
    O'Connor, M. Northwest Semitic Designations for Elective Social Affinities 18 (1986) 67–80
    Oppenheim, A. Leo A Note on sa resi 5 (1973) 325–34
    Oshima, T. Marduk, the Canal Digger 30 (2006) 77–88
    Pagels, Elaine H. Origen and the Prophets of Israel 5 (1973) 335–44
    Paley, Samuel Review of A. L. Oppenheim, Letters from Mesopotamia 1/1 (1968) 67–71

    The Entranceway Inscriptions of the "Second House" in the Northwest Palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Nimrod (Kalhu) 19 (1989) 135–47
    Pardee, Dennis A Philological and Prosodic Analysis of the Ugaritic Serpent Incantation UT 607 10 (1978) 73–108
    Parente, Fausto Flavius Josephus' Account of the Anti–Roman Riots Preceding the 66–70 War, and Its Relevance for the Reconstruction of Jewish Eschatology during the First Century A.D. 16-17 (1984–85) 183–205
    Pattullo, Susan Jaye Additions to the Selected Bibliography for the Art of Ancient Iran 10 (1978) 109–11
    Paul, Shalom M. Heavenly Tablets and the Book of Life 5 (1973) 345–53

    Decoding a "Joint" Expression in Daniel 5:6, 16 22 (1993) 121–27
    Perkins, Dexter, Jr. See Daly, Patricia

    Piet, John Now in Archaeology: The Underground Revealed 1/1 (1968) 11–18

    An Old Babylonian Crystal Seal 2/1 (1969) 30–36
    Pittman, Holly, Sheridan, Mary Jane;
    Porter, Barbara Adele;
    De Graeve, Marie–Christine
    Three Cylinder Seals of Ancient Iran 9 (1977) 59–65
    Polak, Frank H. "The Restful Waters of Noah": מי נח ... מי מנחות 23 (1995) 69–74

    On Prose and Poetry in the Book of Job 24 (1996) 61–97

    Water, Rock, and Wood: Structure and Thought Pattern in the Exodus Narrative 25 (1997) 19–42

    The Oral and the Written: Syntax, Stylistics and the Development of Biblical Prose Narrative 26 (1998) 59–105

    The Style of the Dialogue in Biblical Prose Narrative 28 (2001) 53–95
    Porada, Edith Notes on the Sarcophagus of Ahiram 5 (1973) 354–72

    Bibliography for the Art of Ancient Iran 9 (1977) 67–84

    Introduction to Chronologies in Old World Archaeology: Archaeological Seminar at Columbia University 21 (1992) 117–18
    Porter, Barbara Adele See Pittman, Holly

    Rainey, Anson F. Syntax and Rhetorical Analysis in the Hashvyahu Ostracon 27 (2000) 75–79
    Reis, Pamela Tamarkin Cupidity and Stupidity: Woman's Agency and the "Rape" of Tamar 25 (1997) 43–60
    Rendsburg, Gary Late Biblical Hebrew and the Date of "P" 12 (1980) 65–80

    A Reconstruction of Moabite-Israelite History 13 (1981) 67–73

    On Jan Best's "Decipherment" of Minoan Linear A 14 (1982) 79–87

    Baasha of Ammon 20 (1991) 57–61
    Rubinson, Karen Now in Archaeology: Some Comments 1/2 (1969) 62–64
    Safren, Jonathan D. Removing the "Gags" of the Euphrates: hippam na s ahum 18 (1986) 81–85
    Sanders, J. A. The Old Testament in 11Q Melchizedek 5 (1973) 373–82
    Schart, Aaron Combining Prophetic Oracles in Mari Letters and Jeremiah 36 23 (1995) 75–93
    Schmidt, John D. Review of H. Goedicke, The Report about the Dispute of a Man with His Ba 3 (1970–71) 129–32
    Sharon, Diane M. A Biblical Parallel to a Sumerian Temple Hymn? Ezekiel 40-48 and Gudea 24 (1996) 99–109

    Echoes of Gideon's Ephod: An Intertextual Reading 30 (2006) 89–102
    Shemesh, Yael Lies by Prophets and Other Lies in the Hebrew Bible 29 (2002) 81–95
    Sheridan, Mary Jane See Pittman, Holly

    Shupak, Nili The God from Teman and the Egyptian Sun God: A Reconsideration of Habakkuk 3:3-7 28 (2001) 97–116

    A Fresh Look at the Dreams of the Officials and of Pharaoh in the Story of Joseph (Genesis 40-41) in the Light of Egyptian Dreams 30 (2006) 103–138
    Silberman, Lou H. Manus Velatae 5 (1973) 383–88
    Sinclair, Cameron The Valence of the Hebrew Verb 20 (1991) 63–81
    Smith, Morton On the Differences Between the Culture of Israel and the Major Cultures of the Ancient Near East 5 (1973) 389–95

    A Note on Some Jewish Assimilationists: The Angels 16-17 (1984–85) 207–12
    Snell, Daniel C. The Mari Livers and the Omen Tradition 6 (1974) 117–23

    Plagues and Peoples in Mesopotamia 14 (1982) 89–96
    Sokolow, Moshe The Book of Judges in Medieval Muslim and Jewish Historiography 11 (1979) 113–30

    Ta'ufa kabboqer tihyeh: The Vicissitudes of Rashi's Commentary to Job 11:17 18 (1986) 87–89
    Sommer, Benjamin D. The Babylonian Akitu Festival: Rectifying the King or Renewing the Cosmos 27 (2000) 81–95
    Sperling, David The Akkadian Legal Term dinu u dababu 1/1 (1968) 35–40

    The Informer and the Conniver 2/2 (1970) 101–4

    hgr I and hgr II 3 (1970–71) 120–28

    Akkadian egerru and Hebrew bt qwl 4 (1972) 62–74

    Late Hebrew hzr and Akkadian saharu 5 (1973) 397–404

    Genesis 41:40: A New Interpretation 10 (1978) 113–19

    Biblical rhm I and rhm II 19 (1989) 149–59
    Stern, Ephraim Two Phoenician Glass Seals from Tel Dor 16-17 (1984–85) 213–16
    Tagger–Cohen, Ada The Casting of Lots among the Hittites in Light of Ancient Near Eastern Parallels 29 (2002) 97–103
    Tawil, Hayim A Note on the Ahiram Inscription 3 (1970–71) 32–36
    Teixidor, Javier The Nabataean Presence at Palmyra 5 (1973) 405–9
    Tigay, Jeffrey H. Examination of the Accused Bride in 4Q159: Forensic Medicine at Qumran 22 (1993) 129–34
    Ulanov, Barry Mysticism and Negative Presence 5 (1973) 411–20
    Vargon, Shmuel Isaiah 7:18-25: Prophecy or Rebuke or Consoloation? 26 (1998) 107–20
    Visotzky, Burton L. Hille, Hieronymus, and Praetextatus 16-17 (1984–85) 217–24
    Wacholder, Ben Zion A Qumranic Polemic against a Divergent Reading of Exodus 6:20? 16-17 (1984–85) 225–28
    Wahl, Thomas Review of M. Black, G. Fohrer (eds.), In Memoriam Paul Kahle 2/2 (1970) 115–18

    How Did the Hebrew Scribe Form His Letters? 3 (1970–71) 8–19
    Waldman, Nahum M. Notes on the Aramaic Lexicon 6 (1974) 123–32

    The Imagery of Clothing, Covering, and Overpowering 19 (1989) 161–70
    Wallenfels, Ronald Redating the Byblian Inscriptions 15 (1983) 79–118
    Wander, Nathaniel Structure, Contradiction, and "Resolution" in Mythology: Father's Brother's Daughter Marriage and the Treatment of Women in Genesis 11-50 13 (1981) 75–99
    Wapnish, Paula Camel Caravans and Camel Pastoralists at Tell Jemmeh 13 (1981) 101–21
    Watson, Wilfred G. E. A Suppliant Surprised (CTA 16 I 41b-53a) 8 (1976) 105–11
    Wazana, Nili Anzu and Ziz: Great Mythical Birds in Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Rabbinic Traditions
    31 (2009)
    Weinfeld, Moshe "Rider of the Clouds" and "Gatherer of the Clouds" 5 (1973) 421–26

    Covenant Making in Anatolia and Mesopotamia 22 (1993) 135–39
    Weingreen, Jacob The Theory of the Amphictyony in Pre–Monarchial Israel 5 (1973) 427–33
    Weisberg, David B. See Hallo, William W.

    Werblowsky, R. J. Z. Structure and Archetype 5 (1973) 435–42
    Westbrook, Raymond A Matter of Life and Death 25 (1997) 61–70
    Wheeler, Samuel B. Review of A. Sperber, A Historical Grammar of Biblical Hebrew 2/1 (1969) 66–73

    The Infixed -t- in Biblical Hebrew 3 (1970–71) 20–31
    Wilkinson, Richard H. The Representation of the Bow in the Art of Egypt and the Ancient Near East 20 (1991) 83–99
    Wilson, E. Jan A Note on the Use of erinnu in barû-Rituals 23 (1995) 95–98
    Wohl, Howard Toward a Definition of muskênum 1/1 (1968) 5–10

    A Note on the Fall of Babylon 1/2 (1969) 28–38

    Review of K. K. Riemschneider, Lehrbuch des Akkadischen 2/1 (1969) 58–65

    Review of I. M. Diakonoff (ed.), Ancient Mesopotamia 2/2 (1970) 119–24

    The Problem of mahhû 3 (1970–71) 112–18

    The Tablet of Agaptaha 4/2 (1972) 85–90

    Nira h or sa uan? 5 (1973) 443–44
    Yaron, Reuven Stylistic Conceits: The Negated Antonym 22 (1993) 141–48
    Yorkoff, Hildreth A Mold from Mari and its Relations 4/2 (1972) 20–32

    Concerning "A Mold from Mari and its Relations" 4/2 (1972) 81–84
    Youngblood, Ronald Divine Names in the Book of Psalms: Literary Structures and Number Patterns 19 (1989) 171–81
    Younger, K. Lawson, Jr. Panammuwa and Bar-Rakib: Two Structural Analyses 18 (1986) 91–103

    Two Comparative Notes on the Book of Ruth 26 (1998) 121–32
    Zadok, Ran Geographical and Onomastic Notes 8 (1976) 113–26
    Zadok, Tikva The Distribution of the Temporal Sentences in the Old Babylonian Royal Inscriptions 24 (1996) 111–19
    Zevit, Ziony The So-Called Interchangeability of the Prepositions b, l, and m(n) in Northwest Semitic 7 (1975) 103–12
    Zewi, Tamar On Similar Syntactical Roles of in uma in El Amarna and והנה , הנה and הן in Biblical Hebrew 25 (1997) 71–86
    Zlotnick, Dov Memory and the Integrity of the Oral Tradition 16–17 (1984–85) 229–41
    Zuckerman, Bruce "For your sake . . .": A Case Study in Aramaic Semantics 15 (1983) 119–29

    Open Access Journal: Hadashot Arkheologiyot - Excavations and Survey in Israel

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    Hadashot Arkheologiyot - Excavations and Survey in Israel
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    Teiresias 22 (1992) [.pdf]
    Teiresias 21 (1991) [.pdf]

    Open Access Journal: Kentro

    Kentro: The Newsletter of the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete
    The INSTAP-SCEC Newsletter, published annually, is a marvelous way to keep up with events and happenings at the Center. This newsletter contains short articles on member projects, work conducted at the Center, and special features. It regularly offers scholars from the Center a forum for presenting their work. 

    e-Kentro Vol. 13 Fall 2010 

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    By Stephania Chlouveraki

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    2010 – 2011
    By Vera Klontza-Jaklova

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    By Kathy Hall

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    Kentro Vol. 12 Fall 2009 | 1.64 mb
    Differential GPS: A New Tool for the Kentros

    Kentro Vol. 11 Fall 2008 | 1.92 mb
    A Workshop for Dyeing Wool at Pefka near Pacheia Ammos

    Kentro Vol. 10 Winter 2007-2008 | 1.79 mb
    The 2007 Archem Season

    Kentro Vol. 9 Fall 2006 | 3.3 mb
    Ritual Killing at Mochlos

    Kentro Vol. 8 Fall 2005 | 2.81 mb
    Excavation at Priniatikos Pyrgos, Istron, Mirabello 2005   

    Kentro Vol. 7 Fall 2004 | 3.63 mb
    2004 Greek-American Excavations at Mochlos

    Kentro Vol. 6 Fall 2003 | 1.77 mb
    4 Excavation Essays of 2003

    Kentro Vol. 5 Fall 2002 | 1.86 mb
    2004 Greek-American Excavations at Mochlos

    Kentro Vol. 4 Fall 2001 | 1.73 mb
    4 Excavation Essays of 2003

    Kentro Vol. 3 Fall 2000 | 2.07 mb
    Message From the Director

    Kentro Vol. 2 Fall 1999 | 1.43 mb
    Message From the Director

    Kentro Vol. 1.1 Spring 1998 | 1.38 mb
    Message From the Director

    Kentro Vol. 1.2 Fall 1998 |1.32 mb
    Message From the Director

    Open Access Journal: Kentron

    [First posted in AWOL 1 January 2011. Updated 27 December 2012]

    ISSN : 0765-0590
    Revue publiée sous la direction de Pierre Sineux. Fondée en 1985 par François Hinard (†), éditée d’abord de manière assez artisanale, Kentron est depuis 2000 publiée par les Presses universitaires de Caen et riche de plus de vingt années d’expérience. Bernard Deforge et Jacquy Chemouni ont dirigé la revue à partir de 1994. En 2008, Pierre Sineux, professeur d’histoire grecque à l’université de Caen Basse-Normandie, a pris le relais, en renouvelant complètement le Conseil scientifique et en dotant la revue d’un Comité de lecture, tout en conservant ce qui faisait, depuis le début, l’originalité de la revue: la volonté de faire dialoguer des disciplines différentes et d’enrichir l’étude de l’Antiquité en croisant les modes d’approche et en multipliant les perspectives. C’est pourquoi aujourd’hui Kentron, revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique, ouvre ses pages aux littéraires, philosophes, linguistes, historiens et archéologues. Elle accueille des contributions en langue étrangère (anglais, allemand, espagnol, italien). Chaque volume est constitué désormais d’un dossier thématique, de varia et de comptes rendus.

    L’archive de la revue Kentron propose, au format Pdf, la totalité des articles publiés dans la revue depuis l’année 1994 (vol. 10, fasc. 1) à l’exception des deux dernières années diffusées exclusivement sous forme de volumes imprimés.

    Kentron 25, 2009

    Kentron 24, 2008

    Kentron 23, 2007

    Kentron 22, 2006

    Kentron 21, 2005

    Kentron 20, 1-2, 2004

    Kentron 19, 1-2, 2003

    Kentron 18, 1-2, 2002

    Kentron 17, 2, 2001

    Kentron 17, 1, 2001

    Kentron 16, 1-2, 2000

    Kentron 15, 2, 1999

    Kentron 15, 1, 1999

    Kentron 14, 1-2, 1998

    Kentron 13, 1-2, 1997

    Kentron 12, 2, 1996

    Kentron 11, 2 (1995) et 12, 1 (1996)

    Kentron 11, 1, 1995

    Kentron 10, 2, 1994

    Kentron 10, 1, 1994

    Open Access Journal: Berliner Blätter für Münz-, Siegel- und Wappenkunde

    Open Access Journal: Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA)

    [First posted in AWOL 8 January 2010. Updated 29 December 2012]

    Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA)
    ISSN 1862-8478

    Die Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde(FeRA) ist ein open access online-journal für alle klassischen altertumskundlichen Fächer mit drei Ausgaben pro Jahr (April, August und Dezember). Obwohl am Frankfurter Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften begründet und über den Server der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität operierend, versteht sich die Zeitschrift nicht als reine Seminarpublikation, sondern lädt ausdrücklich Nachwuchswissenschafter aller Universitäten ein, Fachbeiträge und Rezensionen einzureichen.

    The Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA) is an open access online journal especially designed for subjects which study the antiquities, and is being published three times a year (April, August and December). Though established by the Frankfurter Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften and operating via the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität server the journal is not intended to be a mere seminar publication, but explicitly invites qualified young researchers from universities all over the world to present their papers and reviews.

    Current issue

    FeRA 19 (2012)


    • E. Köstner, Verwaltung ohne civitas? Zur administrativen Organisation zwischen Vinxtbach und Nahe am Mittelrhein.Download (PDF) | p. 1 - 14


    • F. Daubner, Rezension zu: John S. Kloppenborg/Richard S. Ascough, Greco-Roman Associations: Texts, Translations, and Commentary. I. Attica, Central Greece, Macedonia, Thrace.Download (PDF) | p. 15 - 17

    • P. Deeg, Sammelrezension zu: Linda-Marie Günther, Perikles & Charlotte Schubert, Perikles. Tyrann oder Demokrat?Download (PDF) | p. 18 - 23

    • J. Gering, Rezension zu: Florian Krüpe, Die Damnatio memoriae - Über die Vernichtung von Erinnerung. Eine Fallstudie zu Publius Septimius GetaDownload (PDF) | p. 24 - 28

    • E. Kettenhofen, Rezension zu: Uwe Ellerbrock/Sylvia Winkelmann, Die Parther. Die vergessene GroßmachtDownload (PDF) | p. 29 - 33

    • N. Krocker, Rezension zu: Alan Bowman/Andrew Wilson (Hg.), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and ProblemsDownload (PDF) | p. 34 - 36

    • P. Reinard, Rezension zu: Léopold Migeotte, L'économie des cités grecque de l'archaïsme au Haut-Empire romainDownload (PDF) | p. 37 - 38

    Older Issues:

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    Nestle-Aland 28 Online

    Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece

    The 28th edition

    The 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland had to accomplish two different tasks. First, the apparatus had to be revised thoroughly to give it more clarity and make it easier to use. Secondly, the text-critical in-sights and decisions resulting from work on the Editio Critica Maior of the Greek New Testament had to be incorporated. As a consequence of these alterations, which so far concern only the Catholic Letters, the Nestle-Aland has for the first time in its history a different presentation for different parts of the text. The Catholic Letters were revised according to a fundamentally new concept which in the long run will be adopted for the entire edition. The revision of the remaining texts was confined to a thorough inspection and rearrangement of the apparatus, while the basic structure was left untouched. Another important innovation is that from now on the Nestle-Aland will not appear only as a printed book, but also in digital form.
    Changes in NA28
    1. Revision and Correction of the Whole Edition
    • Newly discovered Papyri listed
    • Distinction between consistently cited witnesses of the first and second order abandoned
    • Apparatus notes systematically checked
    • Imprecise notes abandoned
    • Previously concatenated notes now cited separately
    • Inserted Latin texts reduced and translated
    • References thoroughly revised
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    2. Revision of the Catholic Letters
    • New reconstruction of the text
    • Defining the Consistently Cited Witnesses for the Catholic Letters
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