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Open Access to early volumes of ZDPV

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Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins





Open Access Journal: HERMES: Revista del Mundo Clásico (UAM)

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HERMES: Revista del Mundo Clásico (UAM)
ISSN: 1989-7197
Hermes es una revista trimestral elaborada por alumnos y becarios del departamento de Filología Clásica de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Fundada en octubre de 2009, el objetivo de Hermes es que los estudiantes escriban reseñas y reportajes, realicen entrevistas y aporten una visión del mundo clásico muy ligada a la actualidad.
                                               

Dumbarton Oaks Hagiography Database

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 [First posted in AWOL 30 December 2010, updated 30 December 2013]

Dumbarton Oaks Hagiography Database
Online version of the Dumbarton Oaks Hagiography Database, originally released in 1998 as a set of floppy disks.

Welcome to the online version of the Dumbarton Oaks Hagiography Database, originally released in 1998 as a set of floppy disks. We are pleased to make the database available in a much more accessible and user-friendly format, and free of charge, through the Dumbarton Oaks website. The database has two sections: the introduction which contains general information about the project, and bio- bibliographical introductions to each of the saints of the 8th–10th centuries included in the project; and the database itself which in turn is divided into three sections, the Saints' list, the Author' list, and the search citations. The Greek texts that we have been permitted to reproduce either in their entirety or in sections may be accessed through the Saints' list (entire texts) or search citations (partial texts). Please note that the interface for this database is under development.


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Coming Soon: International Journal of the Society of Iranian Archaeologists

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International Journal of the Society of Iranian Archaeologists
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Society of Iranian Archaeology (SOIA) is the sponsor of the International Journal of the Society of Iranian Archaeologists (IJSOIA). IJSOIA will be published biannually in English Language. Each volume includes articles related to Archaeology (Prehistoric, Historic and Islamic periods), Anthropology and relevant issues, covering everywhere with a Persian or Iranian Heritage, especially Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, Asia Minor, the Caucasus and Northern India. Articles must be submitted electronically.

IJSOIA will be published biannually in English Language. Each volume includes articles related to Archaeology (Prehistoric, Historic and Islamic periods), Anthropology and relavant issues, covering everywhere with a Persian or Iranian Heritage, especially Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, Asia Minor, the Caucasus and Northern India.



Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection of Classical Texts Online

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 [First posted in AWOL 26 November 2012, updated 31 December 2013]

Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection of Classical Texts
Illinois Harvest / Large-scale Digitization Initiative, University of Illinois
In 2000, the Classics Library at UIUC received a $85,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to microfilm its Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection of rare, priceless and perishable 19th century European dissertations and other short scholarly works on Latin and Greek literature, history and civilization. The grant was part of a $885,000 NEH grant to the Committee on Institutional Cooperation's (CIC) Center for Library Initiatives. The UIUC Library acquired the private collections of Wilhelm Dittenberger (1840-1906) and Johannes Vahlen (1830-1911) in 1907 and 1913, respectively. Dittenberger's collection consists of 5,600 books and 2,000 pamphlets; Vahlen's consists of 10,000 books and 15,000 pamphlets. Hundreds of the titles in this collection have now been digitized. The collection is a subset of the University of Illinois Digitized Books Collection.
Until recently this large collection of Universitätsschriftenand other short scholarly works on Latin and Greek literature has been accessible only on not widely distributed microfilm. 2407 items are now accessible in multiple formats with first rate bibliographic metadata.

Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection in Worldcat

The Classics Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is continuing to digitize books from it's collection, manybut not all of which are also from its Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection. These digital scans were created by the library's Digital Content Creation department.  They will eventually appear in the Dittenberger-Vahlen Collection of Classical Texts, but in the meantime they are accessible at the Internet Archive.  To promote this project, they have created a Tumblr account that features the latest items to have been digitized and added to the Internet Archive:

With thanks to Mark Wardecker, Acting Classics Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana, and to Bruce Swann, former Classics Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana, for making this collection available

Open Access Journal: Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica

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[First posted in AWOL 8 March 2011. Updated 31 December 2013]

Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica
ISSN (print and/or electronic) 1224-2284
The journal Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica was established in 1983, at that moment as a volume dedicated to the memory of the reputed scholar from Iași, Nicolae Gostar. Though at the onset the journal was envisioned as a periodical, because of the financial and political difficulties of the era, its publishing only recommenced in 1995, having appeared regularly since then.
Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica is edited by the Chair of Ancient History and Archaeology from the Faculty of History within the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași, and publishes studies on the prehistory, ancient history and archaeology of, primarily, the South-eastern European area, but also of Europe and of the extra-European regions. After the first issue (1983), the journal underwent, as stated above, a steady evolution, to become one of the few Romanian publications with an up-to-date release schedule. The themes are varied, encompassing eras from prehistory to the Middle Ages and domains such as archaeology, prehistory, numismatics, epigraphy, anthropology, paleobotany, and paleofaunistics. 

Interdisciplinary studies enjoyed appreciable consideration during the last years, on account of the facilities available in the laboratories of the Chair of Ancient History and Archaeology.

Starting with 1990 the journal established international collaborations, out of which special mention should be made of those with scholars from Bari (Rodolfo Striccoli, Marcello Marin, Luigi Piacente, Domenico Lassandro). These collaborations were later intensified by the contributions of the researchers from the University of Foggia (Renzo Infante, Gilda Sansone, Maria Veronese, etc.) and from other foreign universities and institutes (Konstanz, Trier, Innsbruck, Paris, Besançon, Udine, Haifa, etc.).

In conclusion, the journal focuses on ancient history and archaeology and benefitted from the contributions of prestigious authors from Romania or abroad. Worthy of attention is that internationally-recognised scholars have accepted to be members of the editorial committee (Svend Hansen, Christoph Schaefer, Wolfgang Schuller, Martin Hose, etc.).

Happy New Year

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Open Access Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums

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Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums
Michael Tilgner's list of the known digital versions of the volumes of Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums, compiled for the Egyptologists' Electronic Forum (EEF) has appeared in a new revised version, December 26, 2013.
* Urk. I.1-4: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden des Alten Reichs. Abteilung I, Band I, Heft 1-4. 
2nd rev. ed., Leipzig, 1932-1933. - pdf-file (10.8 MB)
[The first 2 fascicles, pp. 1-152, are scanned from the 1st ed, Leipzig, 1903]
Urk. I, 1-308 [PDF] (ETANA)
-- Also partly available:
Urk. I.1-2 [so without fascicles 3-4] , 2nd rev. ed. (Leipzig, 1932) - pdf-file (8 MB)
Urk. I, 1-152 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. II.1-3: Kurt Sethe, Hieroglyphische Urkunden der griechisch-römischen
Zeit. Band II [read: *Abteilung II, *Band I], Heft 1-3. Leipzig, 1904-1916.
-- Only separate fascicles 1 and 2 available:
Urk. II.1: Leipzig, 1904. - pdf-file (1.7 MB)
Urk. II, 1-80 [PDF] (ETANA)
Urk. II.2: Leipzig, 1904. - pdf-file (6 MB)
Urk. II, 81-158 [PDF] (ETANA)
-- Only partly available:
Urk. II.1-2 [so without fascicle 3]: pdf-file (8.3 MB)
Urk. II, 1-158 (Internet Archive)
Alternatively: pdf-file (12.1 MB)
Urk. II, 1-158 (Internet Archive)
-- Urk. II.3, i.e. Urk. II, 159-230: not yet available

* Urk. III.1-2: Heinrich Schäfer, Urkunden der älteren Äthiopenkönige.
Band III [read: *Abteilung III, *Band I], Heft 1-2. Leipzig, 1905-1908. - pdf-file (2.6 MB)
Urk. III, 1-152 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: pdf-file (7.1 MB)
Urk. III, 1-152 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.1-4: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band I, Heft 1-4: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1906. - pdf-file (6.6 MB)
[fascicle 1 is scanned from the 2nd rev. ed., Leipzig, 1927]
Urk. IV, 1-314 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: pdf-file (183.6 MB)
Urk. IV, 1-314 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 1-314 (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (14.3 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 1-314 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.5-8: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band II, Heft 5-8: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1906. - pdf-file (6.6 MB)
Urk. IV, 315-624 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: pdf-file (170 MB)
Urk. IV, 315-624 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 315-624 (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (16.2 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 315-624 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.9-12: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band III, Heft 9-12: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1907. - pdf-file (7.1 MB)
Urk. IV, 625-936 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 625-936 (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (18.5 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 625-936 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.13-16: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band IV, Heft 13-16: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1909. - pdf-file (6.5 MB)
Urk. IV, 937-1226 [PDF] (ETANA)

* Urk. IV.17: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 17: Biographische Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Thutmosis' III. und
Amenophis' II.. Berlin, 1955. -
-- fascicle 17, i.e. Urk. IV, 1227-1368, not yet online

* Urk. IV.18: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 18: Biographische Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Thutmosis' III.
und Amenophis' II.. Berlin, 1956.
-- fascicle 18, i.e. Urk. IV, 1369-1539, not online seperately
-- fascicles 18 & 19 bound together in one pdf-file (13 MB):
Urk. IV, 1369-1645 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.19: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 19: Historische Inschriften Thutmosis' IV. und biographische Inschriften
seiner Zeitgenossen. Berlin, 1957.
-- fascicle 19, i.e. Urk. IV, 1539a-1645, not online seperately
-- fascicles 18 & 19 bound together in one pdf-file (13 MB)
Urk. IV, 1369-1645 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.20: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 20: Historische Inschriften Amenophis' III.. Berlin, 1957.
-- fascicle 20, i.e. Urk. IV, 1646-1775, not online seperately
-- fascicles 20 & 21 bound together in one pdf-file (15 MB)
Urk. IV, 1646-1954 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.21: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 21: Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Amenophis' III.. Berlin, 1958.
-- fascicles 21, i.e. Urk. IV, 1776-1954, not online seperately
-- fascicles 20 & 21 bound together in one pdf-file (15 MB)
Urk. IV, 1646-1954 (Internet Archive)

* Urk. IV.22: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 22: Inschriften der Könige von Amenophis III. bis Haremhab und
ihrer Zeitgenossen. Berlin, 1958.
-- fascicle 22, i.e. Urk. IV, 1955-2179, not yet online

* Urk. IV.1-4 [Übersetzung]: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Abteilung IV, Band I - Deutsch [read: Übersetzung zu den Heften 1-4].
Leipzig, 1914. - iv, 142 pp. - pdf-file (4 MB)
URL [PDF] (ETANA)

* Urk. IV.5-16 [Übersetzung]: Adelheid Burkhardt, Elke Blumenthal,
Ingeborg Müller, Walter F. Reineke (eds.), Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Übersetzung zu den Heften 5-16, Berlin, 1984. - 509 pp.
not yet online

* Urk. IV.17-22 [Übersetzung]: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Übersetzung zu den Heften 17-22, Berlin, 1961. - 433 pp. - pdf-file (32 MB)
URL (Internet Archive)
[English translation (not online): Barbara Cumming, Egyptian Historical
Records of the Later Eighteenth Dynasty. Translated into English from
the Original Hieroglyphic Text as Published in W. Helck, "Urkunden
der 18. Dynastie", Heft 17-19. With Reference to Professor Helck's
German Translation. fascicle I-III, Warminster, 1982-1984; Benedict
G. Davies, Egyptian Historical Records of the Later Eighteenth Dynasty,
fascicle III-VI. Translated from W. Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie,
Heft 20-22, Warminster, 1992-1995]

* Urk. IV.Indizes: Adelheid Burkhardt (ed.), Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Indizes zu den Heften 1-22 bearbeitet von Monika Hasitzka und Helmut
Satzinger. Corrigenda zu den Heften 5-16, Berlin, 1988. - 119 pp.
-- Index to Urk. IV.1-22 not yet online

* Urk. V.1-3: Hermann Grapow, Religiöse Urkunden. [Abteilung V,
Heft 1-3:] Ausgewählte Texte des Totenbuches, Leipzig, 1915-1917. -
pdf-file (3.3 MB)
Urk. V, 1-208 [PDF] (ETANA)

* Urk. V.1-3 [Übersetzung]: Hermann Grapow, Religiöse Urkunden, [Übersetzung],
Leipzig, 1915-1917. - 80 pp. - pdf-file (2.3 MB)
URL [PDF] (ETANA)

* Urk. VI.1: Siegfried Schott, Urkunden mythologischen Inhalts. Abteilung VI,
Heft 1. Leipzig, 1929. - pdf-file (1.6 MB)
Urk. VI, 1-72 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: see next VI.2 and VIII.1 below.

* Urk. VI.2: Siegfried Schott, Urkunden mythologischen Inhalts. Abteilung VI,
Heft 2. Leipzig, 1939.
Urk. VI.2, i.e. Urk. VI, 73-144, not yet online seperately.
Urk. VI.1 and VI.2 bound together - pdf-file (58.6 MB):
Urk. VI, 1-144 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)

* Urk. VII.1: Kurt Sethe, Historisch-biographische Urkunden des Mittleren
Reiches. Abteilung VII, Heft 1. Leipzig, 1935. - pdf-file (1.5 MB)
Urk. VII, 1-66 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: see VIII.1 below.
-- fasc. 1 was all that was published

* Urk. VIII.1: Otto Firchow, Thebanische Tempelinschriften aus
griechisch-römischer Zeit. Abteilung VIII, Heft 1. Berlin, 1957 (aus
dem Nachlass von Kurt Sethe)
Urk. VIII.1, i.e. Urk. VIII, 1-152, not yet online seperately
Urk. VI.1 , VII.1, and VIII.1 bound together - pdf-file (15.3 MB):
URL (Internet Archive)
-- fasc. 1 was all that was published

AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East

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AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East
http://collections.lib.uwm.edu/ui/custom/default/collection/coll_agsphoto/images/agsphoto-header-transparent.png

AGSL Digital Photo Archive presents a selection of images from the extensive photographic holdings of the American Geographical Society (AGS) Library. The images were selected from several collections including the American Geographical Society Library Print Collection, the Harrison Forman Collection, the Robert W. McColl Collection, the Bert Krawczyk Collection, the Edna Schaus Sorensen and Clarence W. Sorensen Collection, and the Helmut de Terra Collection.

The American Geographical Society Library Print Collection represents many decades of research and acquisition. The scope of the collection is worldwide. Dating from the mid nineteenth century to the present, these photographs document a wealth of geographic themes. Many of the photographs were originally donated to the American Geographical Society to illustrate its publications, such as the Bulletin and Geographical Review. The images selected for this project include historical photos of Afghanistan, Egypt, Jordan, Korea, Thailand, Nepal, and China.

Clarence Woodrow Sorensen was an explorer, editor, and CBS staff foreign correspondent who traveled extensively capturing images of the life, work, and historical events of cultures worldwide. During Sorenson's extensive travels, Eugene V. Harris, a professional photographer, accompanied him and took many of 64,000 slides that make up the collection. The slides selected for this project include photos of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey that Sorensen and Harris took in the 1950s and 1960s.

The Krawczyk Collection presents approximately 600 images of China and India taken during World War II by Hubert Krawczyk, a young photographer and artist who was stationed in India, and then assigned to the Hunan (Yunnan) Province of China in 1942 through 1945. The negatives are housed at the American Geographical Society Library and were scanned as part of the 2010-2012 NEH Grant Project to digitize the library's collection of nitrate negatives. The negatives are particularly valuable because he made annotations for his photography of Chinese cultural events and document the regional clothing and costumes of the Chinese people during the 1940s.

The Mary Jo Read Collection consists of approximately 250 negatives, supplemented by hand-colored lantern slides and a descriptive journal of her photography. This small collection of negatives was made in 1935 while Mary Jo Read was on vacation in China, Japan, Korea and the Philippines. She had a selection of these images made into hand colored lantern slides. The negatives and slides are part of a larger collection of photography housed at the American Geographical Society Library. The negatives were scanned as part of the 2010-2012 NEH Grant Project to digitize the AGSL's collection of nitrate negatives.

The current selection of the AGSL Digital Photo Archive focuses on the countries of Asia and the Middle East. The coverage of this digital collection will expand as more photos are added to the site.

BIBLE, JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY via Google Book Search

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International Catacomb Society Online

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International Catacomb Society
The International Catacomb Society promotes awareness of the need for preservation, restoration, and documentation of the catacombs in Rome (with a special focus on the Jewish catacombs) and other sites, which contain paintings, epigraphy, and artifacts depicting the cultures and customs of early religions under the Roman Empire.
Vaults of Memory
Vaults of Memory offers twentieth-century viewers a record of the catacombs of Rome. Glimpses of the Jewish catacombs of Villa Torlonia and Vigna Randanini, as well as of Christian and pagan cemeteries, document the present condition of paintings still visible on the walls and ceilings of these underground burial places.
Publications of the International Catacomb Society
 See linked data for Rome via awld.js

Open Access Journal: The Bible and Critical Theory

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 [First posted in AWOL 28 April 2011, updated 2 January 2014]

The Bible and Critical Theory
ISSN : 1832-3391
 http://novaojs.newcastle.edu.au/ojsbct/public/journals/4/homeHeaderTitleImage_en_US.png
The Bible and Critical Theory is an exploratory and innovative online scholarly journal for biblical studies, published by the Bible and Critical Theory Seminar. The journal explores the intersections between critical theory, understood in the broad sense, and biblical studies. It publishes peer-reviewed articles that investigate the contributions from critical theory to biblical studies, and contributions from biblical studies to critical theory. The journal has an active series of book reviews, which are published as they are ready.

BCT content is available freely on an open access basis. It is also aggregated by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and is indexed by the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Religion Database and Scopus.







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Open Access Journal: Forum Classicum

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[First posted in AWOL 3 November 2009. Updated 3 January 2014]

Forum Classicum: Zeitschrift für die Fächer Latein und Griechisch an Schulen und Universitäten
ISSN: 1432-7511

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News from the Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN)

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From Agade
We are pleased to announce major changes to the Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN). As of October 2013, Klaus Wagensonner has assumed editorial command of the CDLN. The first visible outcome is a complete redesign of the Notes, adding to its user-friendliness. There will be still a main page, which provides a full inventory of the notes. A menu allows quick access to the various notes as well as technical information and links.

The publication practices of the CDLN remain unchanged. New submissions will appear in preprint status four times a year (January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1; notices of new submissions will be made to this list) and are clearly marked as such. During the preprint period, authors will be able to make small, non-substantive changes (e.g., typographical errors) to their submissions. After two weeks, these submissions are then archived.

We would like to take this opportunity to draw the attention to the publication of several new contributions to the CDLN:
CDLN 2014:001
Jacob L. Dahl, The proto-Elamite seal MDP 16, pl. XII fig. 198
(http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/archives/000028.html)
CDLN 2014:002
Zsombor Földi, The Sad Story of a Sumerian Statue: The Destruction of Šū-Suen 7
(http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/archives/000030.html)
CDLN 2014:003
Alexandra Kleinerman, A new "Letter to the Generals"
(http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/archives/000029.html)
CDLN 2014:004
Robert K. Englund, Seals and Sealing in CDLI files
(http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdln/archives/000031.html)

The CDLN, together with its sister publications Cuneiform Digital Library Bulletin (CDLB; <http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdlb.html>) and Cuneiform Digital Library Journal (CDLJ; <http://cdli.ucla.edu/pubs/cdlj.html>), are peer-reviewed publications that offer a persistent web presence under the auspices of the University of California system. As e-journals, the delay between submission and publication is well below that of academic print journals, while the interaction with cuneiform artifacts documented in the CDLI database offers obvious strengths for an interactive discourse. Authors should expect a two to four month interval between submission of a draft text with illustrations and its publication for substantive contributions to the CDLJ, at most two months for those made to the Bulletin, and approximately two weeks for the Notes that are conceived as an online venue for NABU-style communications that can include short philological or lexicographical contributions as well as regular updates of a more substantial nature describing the background or progress of, in particular, web-based research efforts.

For submission guidelines including technicalities regarding bibliographical citations etc. please consult the information at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=about-cdln>.

Scholars are encouraged to send contributions to the CDLN at <klaus.wagensonner@orinst.ox.ac.uk>.

On behalf of the CDLI
Jacob L. Dahl and Klaus Wagensonner 
University of Oxford



Ostia: Harbour City of Ancient Rome

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Ostia: Harbour City of Ancient Rome
http://www.ostia-antica.org/img/logo.jpg
This website is dedicated to Ostia, the harbour city of ancient Rome. Here you will find information for professional archaeologists and historians, for students of Roman archaeology and history, and for interested lay-people.
[News]
Archaeological news(9-Nov-2013)
New on the website(9-Nov-2013)

[Video pages]
Our movies (6)Documentaries (2)AIRC movies (9)Portus project movies (4)Guy de la Bédoyère's movies (20)Computer reconstructions (3)Excavations (4)Restoration (1)Lectures (3)Related movies (1)
[Getting started]
Visiting the ruinsIntroduction to OstiaOstia - A Mediterranean portOstia seen from the skyThe excavations
[The archaeological remains]
Topographical dictionary(descriptions of all buildings; topics)
Portus(the harbour district)The necropolis of PortusVirtual museumPlans, reconstructions, engravings
[Ancient written sources]
TextsGraffitiInscriptions
[Research]
BibliographyFull-text books and articlesExcavations, colloquia, researchersOstia related links
Facebook groupFacebook group, contact
Guestbook
Presentation of the website(video)

Collections


Articles

Books

Interviews

  • J.Th. Bakker, Interview with Alberino Vicari, restorer of Ostian wall-paintings: Italian | English (1987).

Leaflets

Newspapers

Tesi di laurea

Travellers' accounts


Digital Epigraphy and Archaeology Project

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Digital Epigraphy and Archaeology Project
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 DEA is an interdisciplinary project initiated by scientists from the Digital Worlds Institute and the Department of Classics at the University of Florida. The goal of the project is to develop new open-access scientific tools for the Humanities and apply concepts from digital and interactive media and computer science to Archaeology and Classics. In our web-site you can find interactive demos of our projects, read about our recent results, and learn more about our future research directions.

Bringing together Digital Media, Science, and the Humanities.



Digital Epigraphy Toolbox
A scientific tool for the effective study and dissemination of ancient inscriptions.
 
 
 
Virtual Museum of World Heritage
A virtual interactive 3D museum, featuring significant world-heritage exhibits.
 
 
 
Interactive Classical Theater
An experiential learning tool for classical drama, using augmented reality technology.

Open Access Journal: Graeco-Latina Brunensia

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Graeco-Latina Brunensia
ISSN: 1803-7402
Publisher: Masarykova univerzita, Filozofická fakulta, Brno
Published: 2009-present
Description: Časopis Graeco-Latina Brunensia, ISSN 1803-7402 je odborný recenzovaný časopis, který uveřejňuje příspěvky z klasické filologie, klasické archeologie, dějin starověku, medievistiky a také byzantologie i pozdějšího vývoje řeckého a latinského jazyka (či jevů z nich vycházejících). Vychází dvakrát ročně od r. 2009. Je pokračováním periodika Sborník prací filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity (SPFFBU; Studia minora facultatis philosophicae universitatis Brunensis), řady klasické (N), ISSN 1211-6335, která vycházela letech 1996-2008 a řady archeologicko-klasické (E), ISSN 0231-7915 (1956-1995).
Graeco-Latina Brunensia, published since 2009, is a continuation of the separate Series classica (N) of Studia minora facultatis philosophicae universitatis Brunensis, which was published since 1996 under the title Graeco-Latina Brunensia. Before that, Series archeologico-classica (E) was published from 1956 to 1995.

It is published twice a year and includes contributions form the fields of Classical Philology, Classical Archeology, Ancient History, Medieval Studies, as well as Byzantine Studies and the later development of the Greek language.

All the contributions of GLB are regularly excerpted into following databases: L'année philologique, Medioevo Latino, Poiesis, ERIH and newly SCOPUS.

Volumes, Issues

2013 (Volume 18) 1

2012 (Volume 17) 12

2011 (Volume 16) 12
2010 (Volume 15) 12

2009 (Volume 14) 1-2


New Open Access Journal: Rónai. Revista de estudos clássicos e tradutórios

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Rónai. Revista de estudos clássicos e tradutórios
ISSN: 2318-3446
A Rónai – Revista de Estudos Clássicos e Tradutórios é uma publicação eletrônica semestral, pertencente à Faculdade de Letras (FALE) da Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF).  O seu objetivo é divulgar trabalhos de alunos de graduação e de pós-graduação de instituições de ensino nacionais e internacionais que abordem questões pertinentes aos estudos clássicos e tradutórios.




New Open Access Journal: Tycho. Revista de iniciación en la investigación del teatro clásico y grecolatino y su tradición

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Tycho. Revista de iniciación en la investigación del teatro clásico y grecolatino y su tradición
ISSN: 2340-6682
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Tycho es una publicación con una periodicidad anual que desde el marco amplio de las ciencias de la Antigüedad Clásica tiene como objetivo dar apoyo y aliento a los estudiantes en las fases finales de las enseñanzas conducentes a los títulos de Grado y de Máster, que se ocupen del teatro clásico griego y latino así como de su pervivencia en la tradición occidental. 

Con este fin publica artículos resultado de la revisión y reelaboración de trabajos realizados en los programas de grado y postgrado, en los puntos de inflexión de los procesos de formación académica e investigadora en los que se cierra un periodo formativo y se inicia otro, fundamentalmente Trabajos Final de Grado y Trabajos Final de Máster. 

Impulsada por el GRATUV (Grup de Recerca i Acció Teatral de la Universitat de València), Tycho surge como una plataforma que dé visibilidad a los jóvenes postgraduados y les sirva de acicate para adentrarse en el complejo mundo de la investigación, en la esperanza de que sea un estímulo para la realización de Trabajos Final de Grado y Trabajos Final de Máster en el ámbito del teatro grecolatino y la tradición clásica basada en él. 

Creemos, además, que esta publicación puede ser de gran ayuda a los estudiantes en sus primeras etapas en la medida en que les aporta información útil presentada de un modo especialmente accesible para ellos, en un discurso y un lenguaje que les es más cercano.
  Número 1 (2013)

Open Access Journal: Nuntius

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Nuntius
ISSN: 1333-3852
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Nuntius je časopis Hrvatskog društva klasičnih filologa te sadrži znanstvene i stručne članke iz područja klasične filologije, grčke i rimske kulture i povijesti, metodike nastave klasičnih jezika, kao i izvješća o radu Društva s kronikom događaja.

2007  
  Vol. 31.