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Open Access Oriental Institute Miscellaneous Publications

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Oriental Institute Miscellaneous Publications

The following titles were published by the Oriental Institute, or by its departments, or be the University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Oriental Institute, or by members of the Oriental Institute Faculty and Staff.  All of them are available in pdf courtesy of the Electronic Publications Initiative of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
  • Islamic Bindings & Bookmaking
      A Catalogue of an Exhibition in the Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago, May 18-August 18, 1981. By Gulnar Bosch, John Carswell, and Guy Petherbridge. Originally published in 1981. 
  • Most Ancient Verse.
      Selected and translated by Thorkild Jacobsen and John A. Wilson. Originally published in 1963.
  • When Egypt Ruled the East.
      By George Steindorff and Keith C. Seele. Revised by Keith C. Seele. Originally published as second edition in 1957. 
For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see

Open Access Journal: plekos: Periodicum OnLine zur Erforschung der KOmmunikationsstrukturen in der Spätantike

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[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009. Updated 26 March 2014]

plekos: Periodicum OnLine zur Erforschung der KOmmunikationsstrukturen in der Spätantike
ISSN: 1435-9626
Plekos ist eine Internet-Fachzeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike. Sie berücksichtigt folgende Fachgebiete:
Klassische Philologie Alte Geschichte Byzantinistik
Sprachwissenschaft Patristik Ältere Kirchengeschichte
Kunstgeschichte Philosophie Klassische Archäologie
Christliche Archäologie Provinzialarchäologie Numismati
HTML-Ausgaben: 1 (1998/99) | 2 (2000) | 3 (2001) | 4 (2002) | 5 (2003) | 6 (2004 ) | 7 (2005) | 8 (2006) |
PDF-Ausgaben: 3 (2001) | 4 (2002) | 5 (2003) | 6 (2004) | 7 (2005) | 8 (2006)

Ab Jahrgang 9 (2007) erscheint Plekos nur noch im PDF-Format mit Zugang über die Startseiten

9 (2007) | 10 (2008) | 11 (2009) |12 (2010) |13 (2011) |14 (2012) |15 (2013) |16 (2014) |


The ABIA Project (Annual Bibliography of Indian Archaeology)

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[First posted in AWOL 1 April 2012, updated 26 March 2014]

The ABIA Project (Annual Bibliography of Indian Archaeology)
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The ABIA project is a global network of scholars co-operating on an annotated bibliographic database for publishers covering South and Southeast Asian art and archaeology. The project was launched in 1997 at the initiative of the International Institute for Asian Studies in Leiden, the Netherlands, in colloaboration with international scholars and Asian academic institutes. The project receives scientific support from UNESCO.
The database ABIA South and Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology Index is fully searchable and is freely accessible. Extracts from the database are also available in the form of printed bibliographies.

ABIA Index

The ABIA Index is a bibliographic database on South and Southeast Asian art and archaeology compiled by an international team of specialists. ABIA index supplies annotated and indexed entries on scholarly publications in Asian and European languages relating to prehistory, (proto)historical archaeology, art history (including modern art), material culture, epigraphy, palaeography, numismatics and sigillography. The ABIA Index continues the old Annual Bibliography of Indian Archaeology (ABIA).

History

The first issue of the Annual Bibliography of Indian Archaeology was published in Leiden in 1928 under the direction of the reknowned Sanskrit scholar and archaeologist, Prof. Jean Philippe Vogel. Its utility and importance made ABIA an impressive bibliographic series with a publication run over 50 years. Thanks to the support of the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), the Jan Gonda Foundation in Amsterdam and the Faculty of Arts of the Universiteit Leiden, ABIA was re-launched in 1997 as the globally networked ABIA Index.
ABIA Database
The ABIA Index covers publications on pre- and proto-historical archaeology, historical archaeology, ancient and modern art history, material culture, epigraphy, paleography, numismatics and sigillography of South and Southeast Asia and of culturally related regions: Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Tibet, the 'Silk Road', South China and the Pacific.

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The Index covers scholarly publications from 1996, ranging from survey works and monographs to articles in journals and monographs, reviews and PhD dissertations. The ABIA Index provides detailed bibliographic (with the original diacritics) as well as annotations for each of the publications covered. Indexes by author, subject, and geographic area further facilitate searches. While the database is in English, publications originate from a multi-lingual palette, ensuring both variety and broad scope.
The database is compiled by several international teams of specialists, each covering a fixed geographic area and well-defined set of bibliographic materials. Each office creates its own database. All data can be linked through a 'Search all' function.

Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal

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Syriaca.org

About the Project

Syriaca.org invites scholars interested in promoting Syriac studies to join as collaborators in the creation of a new online reference work for the study of Syriac authors, literature, and manuscripts. If you are interested please follow the link above to contact us for further details.

What is Syriaca.org?

We are pleased to announce that an international team of scholars has begun work on a new online reference resource for the study of Syriac authors, texts, manuscripts, and historical research. The Syriac Reference Portal is designed to meet the needs of a variety of academic users ranging from specialists in Syriac and related fields to students and the general public.
Specifically, the Syriac Reference Portal will bring together in an information hub the following resources:
  • an ontology or classification system for Syriac studies
  • a multi-lingual authority file for standardizing references to Syriac authors, texts, and place names
  • an online encyclopedia
  • a gazetteer of maps and geographic information related to Syriac studies
  • a classified bibliography
The above resources will be available in the first generation of the Portal. In later development, we will open these resources up for collaborative augmentation and annotation by scholars around the globe. In subsequent rounds of development, we will continue adding to the hub by linking additional digital content to the hub – for example, the electronic journal of Syriac studies, Hugoye, and the electronic corpus of Syriac literature being prepared at Brigham Young University. We will also add new tools such as a prosopographical component and, ultimately, the long-desired goal of a union catalogue for Syriac manuscripts.

How will it be useful?

The Syriac Reference Portal project was conceived to produce tools and reference resources that will overcome some of the access and discovery problems which currently impede scholarly research on Syriac language, cultures, and history. The principle objectives are threefold:
  • to compile and organize core data related to the study of Syriac sources
  • to create digital tools for widely disseminating this data and facilitating further research
  • to create an online hub (cyberinfrastructure) to assist future research in the field of Syriac studies

Who will use it?

The final product will benefit a variety of users. For students and the interested public, it will provide access to basic reference information about the historical, cultural, and religious diversity of the Middle East. For academics in general, it will generate new scholarly interest in Syriac sources by making research on Syriac accessible without the need for extensive facility in Syriac. Finally, by opening new levels of access to the sources through new discovery tools, the Syriac Reference Portal project will not only support the current research aims of specialists in the field, but even offer new ways of conceptualizing the historical evidence...

Syriaca.org Documentation

The creation of any reference work requires making a number of decisions simply in order to bring the project to a stage of completion where it is useful to the scholarly community. The documents linked to below describe decisions taken in the development of the Syriaca.org reference tools.

Research Tools:

Documentation:

Online Comprehensive Bibliography on Syriac Christianity

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 [First posted in AWOL 18 August 2012, updated 27 March 2014]

 Comprehensive Bibliography on Syriac Christianity
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It was during the sixteenth century in Renaissance Europe that, as a result of the efforts of the Catholic and Protestant scholars of the New Testament, Syriac studies became a part of European intellectual life. Since then, the number of scholarly publications on various matters related to the history, culture and religious life of Syriac-speaking Christians has only increased. As these publications are in a variety of languages, and many of them scattered through journals and periodicals belonging to various academic fields, it is often difficult to obtain precise information on what has already been published on one or another aspect of Syriac Christianity. Our project aims to fill the evident gap in the bibliographical resources and provide a convenient and easily accessible tool for the worldwide scholarly community. The ultimate goal of this project is to create and launch an on-line database on Syriac Christianity that will be updated on a regular basis and available free of charge to the international scholarly community.     more about ...   
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CEDOPAL: Centre de Documentation de Papyrologie Littéraire

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 [First posted in AWOL 3 January 213, relaunched at new URLs 27 March 2014]

CEDOPAL: Centre de Documentation de Papyrologie Littéraire
Centre de recherche de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, le CEDOPAL est installé depuis juin 1999 dans le bâtiment central de l’Université de Liège (Bât. A1), 7, Place du 20-Août, 3e étage, local 3/46. Il dispose :
  • d’un fichier unique au monde, commencé il y a quelque quarante ans par le Professeur Paul Mertens, regroupant les c. 8000 papyrus littéraires grecs et latins répertoriés à ce jour ;
  • d’une collection unique au monde, commencée il y a plus de quarante ans et sans cesse enrichie, de plus de 8000 photographies de papyrus littéraires ;
  • d’une magnifique bibliothèque d’éditions, de commentaires, d’études et de revues papyrologiques, incluse au sein de la Bibliothèque des sciences de l’antiquité ;
  • d’une bibliothèque spécialisée de c. 600 ouvrages sur l’histoire du livre ;
  • d’une collection de 3000 tirés à part, une centaine de thèses et mémoires et 1200 photocopies d’articles anciens ou rares relatifs à la papyrologie ;
  • de bibliographies spécialisées ;
  • d’un cours d’Initiation à la papyrologie documentaire (Titulaire : Jean A. Straus) ;
  • de plusieurs cours de papyrologie littéraire (Titulaire : Marie-Hélène Marganne) ;
  • des outils informatiques nécessaires pour l’identification des textes littéraires dans les papyrus, ainsi que pour le traitement des informations ;
  • d’une base de données répertoriant les papyrus littéraires grecs et latins du catalogue Mertens-Pack³.
Les archives photographiques, les photocopies d’articles anciens ou rares, les bibliothèques, les collections et le fichier du Catalogue des papyrus littéraires grecs et latins sont accessibles sur place sans restriction. Sauf problème de copyright, les documents peuvent faire l’objet de reproductions sous forme d’images numérisées, photocopies, photographies ou diapositives. Le coût de ces travaux varie en fonction de l’ampleur de la demande.

Open Access Journal: Εώα και Εσπέρια

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Εώα και Εσπέρια
ISSN: 1106-2614
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Eoa kai Esperia is an international peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal, published by the Society for the Research of Relations between Medieval and Modern Hellenism and the West, which serves as a forum for the publication of original research in the field of the relations between Μedieval and Μodern Hellenism and the West during the period from the fourth to the eighteenth century. The journal accepts for publication articles from a broad range of fields, with particular emphasis on history, literature, archaeology, the history of institutions and archival research. Eoa kai Esperia also publishes book reviews. Studies may be submitted in Greek, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. The journal’s rigorous review and publication procedures ensure that Eoa kai Esperia maintains a high standard of scholarship.

Taking advantage of the capabilities offered by open-source publishing software, Eoa kai Esperia provides free access to high-quality scholarly papers, thus contributing to the reinforcement of research, maximizing its impact and the diffusion of its results. An electronic publication management system via the Internet ensures the speedy publication of articles and book reviews, at the same time offering authors the ability to follow the progress of their manuscripts through the publication process. Revised manuscripts of accepted articles shall be published in the journal’s webpage immediately upon submission of the final version. A print edition appears at the end of every year.

The National Documentation Centre(EKT), part of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), provides publication management and technical support for the electronic publication of the journal.

Open Access Journal: Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin

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[First posted in AWOL 9 November 2012, updated 27 March 2014]

Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin
ISSN: 1369-5770
Sudan & Nubia is published each autumn. It contains much of interest on recent archaeological fieldwork in Sudan, including many articles on surveys and excavations only undertaken during the previous winter.
The bulletin is an ideal way to keep abreast of current British activities in Sudan, and also contains contributions by eminent foreign scholars. It is profusely illustrated with line drawings and monochrome and colour photographs.
Sudan & Nubia is free of charge to Society members, who receive it a year in advance of online release … JOIN THE SOCIETY >
Sudan \& Nubia No.1Sudan & Nubia : No. 1
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 1997

50 pages, ISSN 1369-5770
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Alexander, J. Qalat Sai, the most Southerly Ottoman Fortress in Africaread now >
Cowell, J. Napatan Period Metalwork: Further Analysesread now >
Mallinson, M. Preliminary Report: SARS Survey From Omdurman To Gabolab 1997read now >
Spencer, P. Amara West: Capital Of Egyptian Kushread now >
Welsby, D.A. and Welsby Sjöström, I. (pottery) The Northern Dongola Reach Survey: The 1996/7 Season. Excavations at Sites O16, P1, P4 and P37read now >
Wolf, P. Recent Fieldwork At Musawwarat Es Sufraread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.2Sudan & Nubia : No. 2
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 1998

90 pages
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Abdelrahman Ali Mohamed. A preliminary note on a rescue excavation at el-Zeidabread now >
Davies, W.V. New fieldwork at Kurgus: The Pharaonic inscriptionsread now >
Mamoud el-Tayeb. The Fourth Cataract archaeological survey project, Kareima – Abu Hamed Sectionread now >
Keding, B. The Yellow Nile: new data on settlement and the environment in the Sudanese Eastern Sahararead now >
Macklin, M. and J. Woodward. Alluvial architecture and luminescence dating of Holocene palaeochannels in the Northern Dongola Reach of the Nileread now >
Mallinson, M. SARS Survey from Omdurman to Gabolab 1997: The surveyread now >
Rose, P. Excavations at Qasr Ibrim: Qasr Ibrim 1998read now >
Ruffle, J. Lord Prudhoe and his lionsread now >
Welsby, D.A. Survey and excavations at Kawa, the 1997/8 seasonread now >
Żurawski, B. Pliny’s ‘Tergedum’ discoveredread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.3Sudan & Nubia : No. 3
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 1999

94 pages
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Abdelrahman Ali Mohamed. Two Seasons in the Fourth Cataract Region. Preliminary Resultsread now >
Alexander, J. A New Hilltop Cemetery and Temple of the Meroitic and Post-Meroitic Period at Qasr Ibrimread now >
Anderson, J. Monastic Lifestyles of the Nubian Desert: Seeking the Mysterious Monks of Makuriaread now >
Gratien , B. Some Rural Settlements at Gism el-Arba in the Northern Dongola Reachread now >
Harrell, J. Ancient Stone Quarries at the Third and Fourth Nile Cataracts, Northern Sudanread now >
Judd, M. Written in Bone: Daily Living during the Kerma Periodread now >
Salah Eldin Mohammed Ahmed. The Napato-Meroitic Remains at Kermaread now >
Shaw, I. and Bloxam. E. Survey and Excavation at the Ancient Pharaonic Gneiss Quarrying Site of Gebel el-Asr, Lower Nubiaread now >
Sjöström, I. W. An Early 20th Century Egyptologist in the Sudan: the Travels of F. W. Green
read now >
Treves, R., Macklin, M. and Woodward. J. Remote Sensing of Palaeochannels in the Northern Dongola Reach of the Nileread now >

Vincentelli, I. Two New Kingdom Tombs at Napataread now >
Wardley, K. and Davies. V. A New Statue of the Kushite Periodread now >
Sudan \& Nubia No.4Sudan & Nubia : No. 4
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2000

82 pages
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Abdelrahman Ali Mohamed. Rescue Excavations at Soba Eastread now >
Edwards, D.N. and Ali Osman. The Archaeology of Arduan Island – the Mahas Survey 2000read now >
Hinkel, F.W. The Royal Pyramids of Meroe. Architecture, Construction and Reconstruction of a Sacred Landscaperead now >
Intisar Soghayroun El-Zein. The Archaeology of the Early Islamic Period in the Republic of Sudanread now >
Muhammad Jalal Hashim and Bell, H. Reconstructing Patterns of Settlement in the Mahas: Evidence from Language and Place-namesread now >
Rose, P.J. Excavations at Qasr Ibrim in 2000read now >
Salah Omer Elsadig. The Domed Tombs of the Eastern Sudanread now >
Welsby, D.A. The Amri to Kirbekan Survey 1999read now >
Welsby, D.A. The Kawa Excavation Projectread now >
Yousif M. El-Amin and Edwards, D.N. Archaeological Survey in the Fifth Cataract Regionread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.5Sudan & Nubia : No. 5
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2001

108 pages
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Davies. V. Kurgus 2000: The Egyptian Inscriptionsread now >
Edwards, D.N. The Christianisation of Nubia: some archaeological pointersread now >
Friedman, R. Nubians at Hierakonpolis: Excavations in the Nubian Cemeteriesread now >
Fuller, D.Q. and Edwards, D.N. Medieval Plant Economy in Middle Nubia: Preliminary Archaeobotanical Evidence from Nauriread now >
Judd, M. Palaeotrauma: a profile of personal injury during the Kerma Periodread now >
Reinold, J. Kadruka and the Neolithic in the Northern Dongola Reachread now >
Salvatori, S. and Usai, D. First Season of Excavation at R12, a Late Neolithic Cemetery in the Northern Dongola Reachread now >
Sjöström, I. W. Excavations at Kurgus: The 2000 Season Resultsread now >
Welsby, D. A. Excavations within the Pharaonic and Kushite site at Kawa and its hinterland, 2000-2001
read now >
Wenig. S. Musawwarat es-Sufra: Interpreting the Great Enclosureread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.6Sudan & Nubia : No. 6
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2002

90 pages
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Barnard, H. Eastern Desert Ware, a first introductionread now >
Bell, H. and Muhammad Jalal Hashim. Does Aten Live On in Kawa (Kówwa)?read now >
Bonnet, C. The 2001-2002 Season of Excavation at Kerma: a summaryread now >
Gatto, M.C. Ceramic Traditions and Cultural Territories: the “Nubian Group” in Prehistoryread now >
Khider Adam Eisa. Archaeological Discoveries along the East Bank of the White Nile, 1997-2000read now >
Mohamed Faroug A. Ali. Preliminary Report on Rescue Excavations at Akadread now >
Ossama A.W. Abdel Meguid. Old Nubian Houses of Sehel Islandread now >
Raue, D. Nubians on Elephantine Islandread now >
Salvatori, S. and Usai, D. The Second Excavation Season at R12, a Late Neolithic Cemetery in the Northern Dongola Reachread now >
Spencer, P. Publishing Amara West: a progress reportread now >
P. Storemyr, E. Bloxam, T. Heldal and Abdou Salem. Survey at Chephren’s Quarry, Gebel el-Asr, Lower Nubia: 2002read now >
Usai, D and Salvatori, S. The Is.I.A.O. el-Salha Archaeological Projectread now >
Welsby, D.A. The Kushite Town and Cemetery at Kawa, the 2001-2002 seasonread now >
Żurawski, B. Survey and Excavations between Old Dongola and ez-Zumaread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.7Sudan & Nubia : No. 7
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2003

104 pages
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Abdel Rahman Ali Mohamed. The Blue Nile Archaeological Salvage Project: Amara el-Nasriread now >
Borcowski, Z. The Work of the Gdańsk Archaeological Museum Expedition in the Sudanread now >
Bradley, R. Painted Plaster Murals from Meroe Townsiteread now >
Castiglioni,A. and A. Pharaonic Inscriptions along the Eastern Desert Routes in Sudanread now >
Davies, V. Kurgus 2002: the inscriptions and rock-drawingsread now >
Davies, V. Kush in Egypt: a new historical inscriptionread now >
Fernández, V.M. An Archaeological Exploration of the Blue Nile in January-February 2000read now >
Gasse, A. and Rondot, V. The Egyptian Conquest and Administration of Nubia during the New Kingdom: the testimony of the Sehel rock-inscriptionsread now >
Geus, F. and Lecointe, Y. Survey and Excavation at el-Multaga, a Resettlement Area related to the Construction of the Merowe Dam: preliminary resultsnread now >
Ghanim Wahida and Abdelrahim M. Khabir, B. Erkowit, a Neolithic Site in the Red Sea Hills (Sudan): interim report on the potteryread now >
Kotosowska, E., Mahmoud el-Tayeb and Paner, H, B. Old Kush in the Fourth Cataract Regionread now >
Paner, H. Archaeological Survey on the Right Bank of the Nile between Karima and Abu Hamed: a brief overviewread now >
Salah Mohamed Ahmed. Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project (MDASP)read now >
Salah Omer Elsadig, B. List of Archaeological Mission Activities in Sudan between 1934 and 1984read now >
Scheibner, T. New Investigations into the Water Supply at Musawwarat es-Sufra: results from the 2002 seasonread now >
Sjöström, I.W. Kurgus 2002: report on the archaeological workread now >
Welsby , D.A. The Amri to Kirbekan Survey: the 2002-2003 Seasonread now >
Wendorf, F. Forty Years of Archaeological Research in Sudanese and Egyptian Nubiaread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.8Sudan & Nubia : No. 8
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2004

110 pages
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Adams, W.Y. Site 6-G-9 and the Problem of Early Kushite Settlement in Lower Nubiaread now >
Davies, W.V. Jebel Dosha: The Egyptian Inscriptionsread now >
Friedman, R. The Nubian Cemetery at Hierakonpolis, Egypt.
The Results of the 2003 Season
read now >
Fuller, D.Q. Early Kushite Agriculture: Archaeobotanical Evidence from Kawaread now >
Fuller, D.Q. The Central Amri to Kirbekan Surveyread now >
Garcea, E.A.A. Two different pottery productions in Northern Sudanread now >
Honegger, M. Settlement and cemeteries of the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic at
el-Barga (Kerma Region)
read now >
Honegger, M. The Pre-Kerma: a culture group from Upper Nubia prior to the Kerma civilisationread now >
Judd, M. Gabati: Health in Transitionread now >
Mallinson, M. Suakin 2003/4read now >
Manzo, A. Late Antiquity Evidence in Eastern Sudanread now >
Salvatori, S. and Usai, D. Cemetery R12 and a possible periodisation of the Nubian Neolithicread now >
Welsby, D.A. Hidden Treasures of Lake Nubiaread now >
Welsby, D.A. The SARS Amri to Kirbekan Survey. Excavations at the pyramid, Site 4-F-71read now >
Wolf, P. The SARS Anglo-German Expedition at the Fourth Cataract of the Nile:
the 2003/04 season
read now >

TSudan \& Nubia No.9Sudan & Nubia : No. 9
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2005

96 pages
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Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Es-Sour: A Late Neolithic Site near Meroeread now >
Carpio, G. and Guillen, S. Excavations at Site 3-J-23, et-Tereifread now >
Edwards, D.N. Looking into the Past – the SARS photographic archiveread now >
Gatto, M.C. Nubians in Egypt: Survey in the Aswan-Kom Ombo Regionread now >
Grzymski, K. Meroe, the Capital of Kush: Old Problems and New Discoveriesread now >
Kleinitz, C and Olsson, C. Christian period rock art landscapes in the Fourth Cataract region: the Dar el-Arab and et-Tereif rock art surveysread now >
Lenoble, P and Ahmed Sokari. A forgotten Meroitic agglomeration in the region of Meroe: el-Muweis (NE-36-0 / 8-H-2)read now >
Mohamed Faroug and Tsakos, A. A preliminary report of rescue excavations at Akad: the 2004 seasonread now >
Payne, J. Excavation of the Late Kushite and Medieval settlement on Umm Muriread now >
Sourouzian, H and Stadelmann, R. Recent Discoveries and new Southern Place Names at the Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III, Kom el-Hettânread now >
Welsby, D.A. Survey in the vicinity of ed-Doma (AKSE), 2004-2005read now >
Welsh, F. Architecture of the modern houses at the Fourth Cataractread now >
Wolf, P. and Nowotnick, U. The Second Season of the SARS Anglo-German Expedition to the Fourth Cataractread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.10Sudan & Nubia : No. 10
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2006

120 pages
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Anderson, J. and Salah Mohamed Ahmed. Bread Moulds and ‘Throne Halls”: Recent Discoveries in the Amun Temple Precinct at Dangeilread now >
Baily, D.M. Antaios the Great and Antaios the God, or how could the Greeks have got it so wrong? A statuette in the Nubian Museum: a case of understated syncretisread now >
Bell, H. Paradise Lost: Nubia before the 1964 Exodusread now >
Edwards, D.N. Drawings on rocks: the most enduring monuments of Middle Nubiaread now >
Ginns, A. Preliminary report on the excavations conducted on Mis Island (AKSC), 2005-2006read now >
Jesse, F. Cattle, sherds and mighty walls – the Wadi Hower from Neolithic to Kushite timesread now >
Kleinitz, C and Koenitz, R. Fourth Nile Cataract petroglyphs in context: the ed-Doma and Dirbi rock-art surveyread now >
Manzo, A. Apedemak and Dionysos. Further remarks on the “Cult of the grape” in Kushread now >
Mohamed Faroug Abd el-Rahman. El-Frai: a new Meroitic habitation site in ed-Damerread now >
Mohamed Faroug Abd el-Rahman. Gheresli: a post-Meroitic activity centre in the Blue Nile regionread now >
Pluskota, K. Bir Nurayet – the Rock Art Gallery of the Red Sea Hillsread now >
Welsby, D.A. Excavations in the vicinity of ed-Doma (AKSE), 2005-2006read now >
Wilkins, A., Barnard, H. and Rose, P.J. Roman Artillery Balls from Qasr Ibrim, Egyptread now >
Wolf, P. and Nowotnick, U. The Third Season of the SARS Anglo-German Expedition to the Fourth Cataract of the Nileread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.11Sudan & Nubia : No. 11
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2007

140 pages
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Adams, W.Y. A Century of Archaeological Salvage, 1907-2007read now >
Anderson, J.R., D’Andrea, A.C., Logan, A. and Salah Mohamed Ahmed. Bread Moulds from the Amun Temple at Dangeil, Nile State – an Addendumread now >
Friedman, R. The Nubian Cemetery at Hierakonpolis, Egypt. Results of the 2007 Seasonread now >
Ginns, A. Preliminary Report on the Second Season of Excavations Conducted on Mis Island (AKSC)read now >
Jakob, T. The Value and Future Potential of Human Skeletal Remains Excavated at the Fourth Cataractread now >
Kendall, T. and Wolf, P. Excavations in the Palace of Aspelta at Jebel Barkal, March 2007read now >
Keown-Boyd, H. Victorian Gunboats in the 21st Centuryread now >
Kleinitz, C. Rock art and archaeology: the Hadiab Surveyread now >
Mahmoud Suliman Bashir. Rescue Excavation of a Late-Meroitic Tomb at Botri, South of Khartoum. Preliminary Reportread now >
Mohamed Faroug, Yassin M. Saeed and Tsakos, A. Akad Excavation Reportread now >
Miller, E., Rose, P. and Singleton, D. The Taharqo wall painting rescue projectread now >
Skinner, L. A visit to a traditional leather tannery in Central Sudanread now >
Smith, S.T. Death at Tombos: Pyramids, Iron and the Rise of the Napatan Dynastynread now >
Taylor, H. and Bieniada, M. Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Nuba Mountains, Sudanread now >
Tesch, P. The Sultan Ali Dinar Museum, el-Fasher. A window on Darfur’s historyread now >
Welsby, D.A. Survey and excavations in the vicinity of ed-Doma (AKSE) and et-Tereif (AKSCW), 2006-2007read now >
Wolf, P. and Nowotnick, U. The 4th Season of the SARS Anglo-German Expedition to the Fourth Nile Cataractread now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.12Sudan & Nubia : No. 12
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2008

90 pages
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Anderson, J.R. and Salah Mohamed Ahmed. The Kushite Kiosk of Dangeil and Other Recent Discoveriesread now >
Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Pottery from the Neolithic site of es-Sour (Central Sudan)read now >
Buad, M. The Meroitic royal city of Muweis: first steps into an urban settlement of riverine Upper Nubiaread now >
Burlak, S.A. Meroitic and Tocharian – from the point of view of a Tocharianistread now >
Carrano, J., Ferguson, J.R., Girty, G.H., Smith, S.T. and Carrano, C.J. A Chemical and Mineralogical Comparison of Nubian and Egyptian Style Ceramics and the Implications for Culture Contact: Preliminary Reportread now >
Davies, W.V. Tombos and the Viceroy Inebny / Amenemnekhuread now >
Grzymski, K. and Grzymska, I. Excavations in Palace M 750S at Meroeread now >
Intisar Soghayroun Elzein. The Archaeological and Cultural Survey of the Northern Dongola Reach, Western bank,
from el-Khandaq to Hannek. First Season Report 2007
read now >
Jesse, F. North of the Lower Wadi Howar – A first reconnaissance in the area between Jebel Abyad and the Nile Valleyread now >
Rilly, C. The Linguistic Position of Meroitic. New Perspectives for Understanding the Textsread now >
Thomas, R. The origin and use of ceramics on the islands of Mis and Umm Muri, in the Late Meroitic to Christian periodsnread now >
Welsby, D.A. The Northern Dongola Reach Survey. Excavations at Kawa, 2007-8read now >
Welsby, D.A. The Wadi Halfa to Kerma Railway, Survey February 2008read now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.13Sudan & Nubia : No. 13
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2009

132 pages
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ARTICLES
Anderson, J.R. and Salah eldin Mohamed Ahmed. What are these doing here above the Fifth Cataract?!! Napatan royal statues at Dangeilread now >
Baćs, T.A. A name with three (?) orthographies: The case of the ‘king’s son, overseer of southern foreign lands, Penre’read now >
Brass, M. Towards an archaeology of social organisation at Jebel Moya, 5th – 1st millennium BCread now >
Davies, V. The British Museum epigraphic survey at Tombos: the stela of Usersatet and Hekaemsasenread now >
Doyen, F. The New Kingdom Town on Sai Island (Northern Sudan)read now >
Francigny, F. The Meroitic Necropolises of Sai Islandread now >
Hagen, J.L. Districts, towns and other locations of medieval Nubia and Egypt, mentioned in the Coptic and Old Nubian texts from Qasr Ibrimread now >
Huber, R. and Edwards, D.N. Gebel Adda 1963 and Meroitic stela G19read now >
Jesse, F. and Peters, R. Petroglyphs under the sand – A preliminary report on the field season 2008/09 at the fortress Gala Abu Ahmedread now >
Kendall, T. Talatat Architecture at Jebel Barkal: Report of the NCAM Mission 2008-2009read now >
Mason, R.B.J. and Grzymski, K. Petrography of Pottery from Meroe, Sudanread now >
Mohamed Faroug Abdelrahman. Akad Rescue Project Season 2008read now >
Mohamed Faroug Abdelrahman, Ahmed Sokary and Murtada Bushara. Shuhada Rescue Archaeological Project (SRAP) and el-Misaktab in the Shendi regionread now >
Spence, K., Rose, P., Bunbury, J., Clapham, A., Collet, P., Smith, G. and Soderberg, N. Fieldwork at Sesebi, 2009read now >
Spencer, N. Cemeteries and a late Ramesside suburb at Amara Westread now >
Welsby, D.A. Houses and Pyramids at Kawa, excavations 2008-9read now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.14Sudan & Nubia : No. 14
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2010

116 pages
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ARTICLES
Anderson, J.R. and Salah eldin Mohamed Ahmed. Ethnoarchaeology and post-holes: building a Bisharin houseread now >
Binder, M., Spencer, N. and Millet, M. … read now >
Francigny, V. The Meroitic Necropolises of Sai Islandread now >
Godlewski, W. Dongola after the 2008-2010 Seasons: Royalty, Saints and Blessed Bishopsread now >
Huber, R. and Edwards, D.N. Gebel Abba Cemetery One, 1963. Post-medieval reuse of X-Group tumuliread now >
Intisar Soghayroun el-Zein. Qasr Wad Nimeiri and its Qubbasread now >
Mahmoud el-Tayeb. The Post-Meroitic from Kirwan to the Presentread now >
Mahmoud Suleiman Bashir. A Recently Discovered Meroitic Cemetery at Berber, River Nile State, Sudan. Preliminary Reportread now >
Rilly, C. and Francigny, V. Excavations at Sedeinga. A New Startread now >
Sjöström, I. W. Golden Accessories: a link to the outside world from the pyramid at site 4-F-71 (Fourth Cataract, SARS Concession)read now >
Spencer, N. Nubian architecture in an Egyptian town? Building E12.11 at Amara Westread now >
Welsby, D.A. Excavations at Kawa, 2009-10read now >

Sudan \& Nubia No.15Sudan & Nubia : No. 15
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2011

156 pages
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2
ARTICLES
Adams, W.Y. The Sudan Archaeological Research Society – An Anniversary Tributeread now >
Anderson, J.R. and Salah eldin Mohamed Ahmed. Dangeil 2010: Meroitic Wall Paintings Unearthed and Conservation Strategies Consideredread now >
Binder, M. The 10th-9th century BC – New Evidence from the Cemetery C of Amara Westread now >
Budka, J. The New Kingdom at Sai Island: preliminary results based on the pottery analysis (4th Season 2010)read now >
Hallof, J. A Meroitic offering table from Maharraka – Found, recorded, lost or not?read now >
Howeida M. Adams and Abdelrahim M. Khabir. Pottery from Sites Surveyed in Sodari District, Kordofan Province. An Interim Report 2008-2009read now >
Intisar Soghayroun Elzein. The archaeological and cultural survey of the Dongola Reach, west bank from el-Khandaq to Hannekread now >
Kroeper, K. Rediscovery of the Kushite site – Naga, 15 years of excavation (1995-2010). Surprises and Innovationsread now >
Longa, A. Neolithic beakers from North-Eastern Africaread now >
Mahmoud el-Tayeb and Czyżewska, E. Early Makuria Research Project. Excavations at ez-Zuma. The Third Season, Jan.-Feb. 2009read now >
McGregor, A. Palaces in the Mountains: An Introduction to the Archaeological Heritage of the Sultanate of Darfurread now >
Mohamed Faroug Abd el-Rahman. A preliminary report on mortuary practices and social hierarchy in Akad cemeteryread now >
Rilly, C. and Francigny, V, D.A. The Late Meroitic Cemetery at Sedeinga. Campaign 2010read now >
Rose, P.J. Qasr Ibrim: The last 3000 yearsread now >
Sjöström, I.W. and Thomas, R. The Kushite Pottery Sequence at Kawa: Parallels at Home and Abroadread now >
Spence, K., Rose, P.J., Bradshaw, R., Collet, P., Hassan, A., MacGinnis, J., Masson, A. and van Pelt, P. Sesebi 2011read now >
Welsby, D.A. Excavations at Kawa, 2009-10read now >

For all editions …
Sudan & Nubia : Nos. 1-16 : tables of contents
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London

FREE DOWNLOAD … PDF  : 339k >

And see also AWOL's roundup: Open Access Ancient Nubia and Sudan

Call for papers: open access, peer reviewed journal ARTS

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New Open Access Journal Taking Submissions
Dear colleagues, I am editor of Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology for the relatively new open access, peer reviewed journal ARTS. We are working on an issue on “Archaeology and its Media” (see attachment). I would like to invite you to submit contributions from your fields or to circulate this email among colleagues and students, who you feel might be interested.

The journal covers a very broad range of fields in Art History. Feel free to explore (vol. 2, for examples, is on Rock Art): http://www.mdpi.com/journal/arts

Thanks a lot,

Annetta Alexandridis
Associate Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology
Department of History of Art and Visual Studies
Cornell University
GM 01 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-3201
USA

Online Coins of the Roman Empire (OCRE)

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[First posted in AWOL 16 July 2012, updated 28 March 2014]

Online Coins of the Roman Empire (OCRE)
Online Coins of the Roman Empire (OCRE), a joint project of the American Numismatic Society and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, at New York University is creating a revolutionary new tool designed to help in the identification, cataloguing, and research of the rich and varied coinage of the Roman Empire. The project will ultimately record every published type of Roman Imperial Coinage from Augustus in 31 BC, until the death of Zeno in AD 491. This will create an easy to use digital corpus, with downloadable catalogue entries, incorporating almost 50,000 types of coins.
To date, more than 15,000 coin types are described, from 30 BC until AD 211, effectively covering the entire High Empire until the death of Septimius Severus.
The current version provides links to examples present in the ANS collection, the Roman Imperial collection of the Münzkabinett of the State Museum of Berlin and the University of Virginia Art Museum. Between these three collections, OCRE is now able to illustrate 50% of the imperial coin types that it contains. Moving forward, as more collections join the project, it will eventually incorporate and display almost all recorded Roman Imperial coin-types.
OCRE also allows users to search in 10 languages other than English, made possible by Nomisma.org's linked open data technologies.
OCRE can now link to another ANS developed resource, Coin Hoards of the Roman Republic. This enables OCRE to draw on findspot data for some early imperial coin types, and map their distribution.
To get started, use one of the Browse, Search or Maps interfaces via the tool bar above.
OCRE is a Numishare tool based on the stable numismatic identities established by the Nomisma project.




Open Access Library: Bibliotheca Chersonessitana

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[First posted in AWOL 10 March 2011, updated 28 March 2014]

Bibliotheca Chersonessitana
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Are you interested in Crimean history and archaeology antique editions? Do you agree to use the scans? If your answer is "yes", we are pleased to present a collection of the late 19th - early 20th centuries periodicals and other rare books of our library stock. In 1893 Karl Kazimirovich Kostsyushko-Valyuzhinich (1847-1907), the founder of the archaeological museum in Chersonesos, settled to begin collecting books for a future library. 

In one of his letters to the Imperial Archaeological Commission he wrote: " I cannot imagine a museum without a library" For a few years he managed to create an outstanding collection of books in history and archaeology, numismatics and arts, geography and other disciplines. These books are the precious core of our library collection. There are more than 30 thousands of volumes in the library holdings and almost a half is rare and valuable ones. Just a few people can get access to use these materials. According to the library status, publications are available only for Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos researchers and scholars collaborating with the Preserve within joint research agreements. If it were not hi-tech the situation would keep remaining the same for a long time. 
Several years ago, our library, in cooperation with the Institute of Classical Archaeology at the University of Texas at Austin (USA) and with the generous support of the Packard Humanities Institutelaunched a project of rare editions digitization and providing access to scans by Internet. We are also working on developing online library catalogue. It is an ongoing project and requires time, so we decided to make our library open at least for Internet audience and share with you already digitized materials. We promise to update the virtual collections with new publications. You are welcome!

On our help page you can find the detailed project description and resources user guidelines.




Вы интересуетесь старинными изданиями по истории и археологии Крыма? Вы согласны воспользоваться их цифровыми копиями? Если Ваш ответ - "да", то мы рады предложить Вам подборку периодики конца XIX - начала XX века и других редких книг из собрания нашей библиотеки, которая была создана в 1893 году Карлом Казимировичем Косцюшко-Валюжиничем (1847-1907) - основателем археологического музея в Херсонесе

В одном из своих писем в Императорскую Археологическую Комиссию он писал: "... я не мыслю себе музей без библиотеки ". За несколько лет ему удалось собрать замечательную коллекцию изданий по истории, археологии, нумизматике, искусству, географии и другим дисциплинам. Книги эти сейчас составляют драгоценную основу нашей коллекции. Сегодня количество изданий, хранящихся в библиотеке, превысило 30 тысяч томов, редких и ценных среди них - почти половина, но воспользоваться фондами могут лишь немногие. По своему статусу эта библиотека является закрытой, обслуживает только научных сотрудников заповедника "Херсонес Таврический"и ученых, связанных с заповедником договорами о совместных исследованиях. 

Если бы не высокие технологии, такое положение сохранялось бы еще долго, но несколько лет назад, совместно с коллегами из Института Классической Археологии Техасского университета в Остине (США) при поддержке Гуманитарного Института Паккарда, наша библиотека начала проект по оцифровке редких изданий и подготовке их к размещению в сети Интернет. В планах также создание электронного каталога, но пока его нет, мы решили сделать нашу закрытую библиотеку открытой хотя бы для Интернет-аудитории, и поместить на этих страницах уже оцифрованные издания. Обещаем постоянно пополнять нашу виртуальную коллекцию и всегда будем рады посетителям!

На страничке помощиВы найдете более подробные объяснения концепции проекта и небольшое руководство для пользования нашими ресурсами.

ZOOID
(Zapiski Imperatorskogo Odesskogo Obshchestva Istorii i Drevnostey)





IIAK
(Izvestiya Imperatorskoy Arkgheologicheskoy Komissii)





IRAIK
(Izvestiya Russkogo Arkheologicheskogo Instituta v Konstantinopole)





ITUAK
(Izvestiya Tavricheskoy Uchyonoy Arkhivnoy Komissii)





ITOIAE
(Izvestiya Tavricheskogo Obschestva Istorii, Arheologii i Etnografii)





MAR
(Materiali po Arheologii Rossii)





OAK
(Otchyoty Imperatorskoy Arkgheologicheskoy Komissii)





Chersonesos museum publications




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Archaeological Map of The Crimea

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[First posted in AWOL 31 August 2012, updated 28 March 2014]

Археологическая карта Крыма
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Археологические экспедиции, регулярно работающие в Крыму.
История Крыма открывается нам во многом благодаря археологическим раскопкам. В приводимом ниже списке и на карте указаны экспедиции, в течение многих лет проводящие археологические исследования в Крыму на ряде крупных памятников. В некоторые из экспедиций можно поехать волонтером. Волонтерам, как правило, приходится оплачивать свое пребывание. Более подробную информацию Вы можете найти на сайтах экспедиций, если таковые есть и функционируют, либо, установив контакты с прошлыми участниками или руководством. Многие, побывавшие в экспедициях, и дальше именно так предпочитают проводить отдых в Крыму и история Крыма, открываемая археологией, становится частью их жизни. Подчеркну, что экспедиций, конечно, гораздо больше, но многие носят кратковременный характер, и часто их задачей являются раскопки отдельного объекта. В этом случае, как правило, экспедиции немногочисленны, раскопки выполняются профессиональными археологами с привлечение небольшого числа опытных рабочих.


          

Targum Neofiti Manuscript Online

Corpus Coranicum

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[First posted in AWOL 28 March 2010. Updated 28 March  2014 (beta relaunch)]

Corpus Coranicum
http://digilib.bbaw.de/digitallibrary/servlet/Scaler?fn=silo10/Koran/Kairo1924/KairoKoranStabi-002.JPG&dw=850&mo=q2
Willkommen auf der Online-Publikationsseite des Vorhabens Corpus Coranicum der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Sie finden hier erste Ergebnisse und Materialien zur Geschichte des Korantextes (Handschriften und Lesarten), Texte aus der Umwelt des Korans und einen chronologisch-literaturwissenschaftlichen Kommentar.

Bitte verwenden Sie die Navigationsleiste (links) und wählen einen Koranvers aus.
Sie können dann zum eingestellten Vers in der Menüleiste (oben) Daten zu den einzelnen Bereichen abrufen.
Häufige Fragen
Allgemein

Is there an English version of this website?
There is only a German version at the moment.
Was ist das Projekt Corpus Coranicum?
Zum Projekt Corpus Coranicum und zu seinen einzelnen Modulen finden Sie hier Informationen.
Was bietet diese Onlinepublikation?
Diese Publikation bietet die Ergebnisse der einzelnen Arbeitsmodule des Projekts Corpus Coranicum. Sie beinhaltet erstens eine Dokumentation des Korantextes in seiner handschriftlichen und mündlichen Überlieferungsgestalt, zweitens eine umfassende Datenbank von jüdischen, christlichen, altarabischen und anderen Texten zu einzelnen Koranstellen aus der Umwelt des Korans (TUK) und drittens einen ausführlichen chronologisch - literaturwissenschaftlichen Kommentar.
Wo kann ich generelle Informationen über die Projektmodule finden?
Allgemeine Informationen über die einzelnen Projektmodule entnehmen Sie bitte dem Textfeld, das sich beim Anklicken des Buttons „Übersicht – Einleitung – Register“ (rechts oben innerhalb der Registerkarte des jeweiligen Moduls) öffnet. Dort finden Sie Informationen zum Stand der Bearbeitung in Form eines Überblicks, eine allgemeine Einleitung in das jeweilige Modul und ggf. weitere Informationen.
Was ist eine Betaversion?
Diese komplexe, teilweise dynamisch generierte Webseite befindet sich derzeit noch in einer Testphase. Einzelne technische Probleme sind noch nicht behoben. Fehler können unter Umständen auftreten. Deswegen ist diese Webseite als Betaversion gekennzeichnet.

Open Access Journal: Arheologia Moldovei

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Arheologia Moldovei
Arheologia Moldovei este revista anuală a Institutului de Arheologie din Iași. Arheologia Moldovei are o regularitate neîntreruptă de la apariția primului număr, în 1961 și apare sub egida Academiei Române, prin intermediul Editurii Academiei. Materialele publicate au fost și sunt constant apreciate pentru probitatea științifică și calitatea academică. Studiile, articolele și notele sunt publicate în limbile română, engleză, franceză sau germană și au fost însoțite, încă de la primul număr, de rezumate ample în limbi de circulație internațională.  
Arheologia Moldovei - 1961 (I)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1964 (II-III)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1966 (IV)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1967 (V)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1969 (VI)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1972 (VII)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1975 (VIII)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1980 (IX)
Arheologia Moldovei - 1985 (X)

Hyperdonatus - Editiones collectae antiquorum commentorum electronicae cum translatione, commentariis et adnotationibus criticis

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Hyperdonatus - Editiones collectae antiquorum commentorum electronicae cum translatione, commentariis et adnotationibus criticis
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Présentation du site

Ce site propose une publication web des corpus de textes édités dans le cadre du projet Hyperdonat.
Il permet de consulter - l'édition bilingue parallélisée latin-français des corpus, - des collations de manuscrits - un lexique et un thésaurus pour le corpus des Commentaires de Donat aux Comédies de Térence.

Coopérations

Après avoir traduit en ligne le commentaire de Donat à Térence, nous avons l’intention d’en donner une nouvelle édition critique, reposant sur la tradition manuscrite de ce texte (42 témoins identifiés). De fait, nous avons besoin de collaborateurs pour collationner ces témoins selon les normes de la TEI.
Vous trouverez sur notre carnet de recherche quelques informations supplémentaires sur ce projet.

Responsables de la collection électronique

Bruno Bureau - Université Lyon 3 UMR 5189 (HiSoMA)Christian Nicolas - Université Lyon 3 UMR 5189 (HiSoMA)Maud Ingarao - ENS de Lyon UMR 5037

 
 
 

New Testament Transcripts Prototype

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New Testament Transcripts Prototype
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New Testament Transcripts
New Testament Transcripts features important Greek manuscripts of the New Testament as transcribed by the Institute for New Testament Textual Research at the University of Münster, Westphalia, Germany. The site is being prepared in collaboration with Scholarly Digital Editions (Birmingham, UK) and is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Bonn, Germany).
Prototype
The New Testament Transcripts Prototype currently features the writings of the complete New Testament with transcripts of between 2 and 26 manuscripts and an apparatus based on them, collated against the standard scholarly edition of the Greek New Testament (Nestle-Aland, 27th edition). As with any prototype, you should use it with caution. You can access it by clicking here. A guide that explains the main features is available here.
What you need to do before you get started:
  • All users:
    Make sure you have one of the following fonts installed on your computer: SBL Greek (free), or one of Linguist’s Software’s LaserGreek in Unicode fonts such as SymbolGreekU.
  • Windows users:
    Make sure you are using a fairly recent Web browser (Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, Netscape 6.0 or later, Opera 6.0 or later, Mozilla - for details click here).
    This site is not compatible with operating systems older than Windows 95.
  • Macintosh users:
    Make sure you are using a recent version of one of the following Web browsers: Safari (free), OmniWeb, Opera for Mac OS X (free), Mozilla for Mac OS X (free), or Firefox (free).
    This site is not compatible with operating systems older than Mac OS X 10.0.
 

The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition

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The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition
This document is an on-line reprint of Augustine: Confessions, a text and commentary by James J. O'Donnell (Oxford: 1992; ISBN 0-19-814378-8). The text and commentary were encoded in SGML by the Stoa Consortium in co-operation with the Perseus Project; the HTML files were generated from the archival SGML version. 

Each book of the text has a link to introductory commentary on that book, and each section of the text has a link to detailed comments on the section. Links within the commentary connect not only to the section of text directly being annotated, but also to other parts of the text and commentary. Footnotes in the commentary appear at the end of each book; the footnote numbers are links from the commentary text to the footnote and from the footnote text back to the commentary. Where possible, links have been provided to the texts of classical works and Biblical passages cited in the commentary. Links at the end of each book of the text and commentary allow navigation to the next book or the previous one of text, commentary, or both together. 

By default, the text displays in the upper frame and the commentary in the lower. Use the "frame free" version to display the text and commentary in separate browser windows. 

Begin here with the Prolegomena (no frames), here with a table of contents (no frames), or here with a table of contents (frames).

New Open Access Journal: Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea

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Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea
ISSN: 1849-0670
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2013  
  Vol. 1  No. 1

Uvodnik (str.9-10) Hrvatskipdf 114 KB
Introduction (str.9-10) Engleskipdf 114 KB
Mithad Kozličić, Anamarija Kurilić
Uvodnik
 
Uz posvetu prvoga broja znanstvenog časopisa Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea Franji Smiljaniću, znanstveniku i sveučilišnom profesoru (str.11-13) Hrvatskipdf 129 KB
On the dedication of the first number of the scientific journal Miscellanea Hadriatica et Mediterranea to Franjo Smiljanić, scholar and university professor (str.11-13) Engleskipdf 129 KB
Mithad Kozličić
In memoriam, Nekrolog
 
Bibliografija stručnih i znanstvenih radova prof. dr. sc. Franje Smiljanića (str.15-16) Hrvatskipdf 141 KB
Bibliography of professional articles and original scientific papers written by Franjo Smiljanić (str.15-16) Engleskipdf 141 KB
Mithad Kozličić
Bibliografija
 
Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku principata (str.17-37)  
Secus flumen Titium: on boundaries and changes along the river Krka before and at the beginning of Principate (str.17-37)  
Slobodan Čače
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Nadgrobni spomenik G. Aruncija Felicisima i starosna struktura pučanstva antičke Liburnije (str.39-60)  
Sepulchral monument of G. Aruntius Felicissimus and the age structure of ancient Liburnia (str.39-60)  
Anamarija Kurilić
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Diplomatske ovlasti kao preduvjet uspješnosti provedenih misija glede dubrovačkih teritorijalnih akvizicija (str.61-78)  
Authorities of the ragusan ambassadors as a precondition of successful expansion of the city territory (str.61-78)  
Valentina Zovko
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Alessandro Benedetti i Federik Grisogono: svjedoci kuge (str.79-107)  
Alessandro Benedetti e Federik Grisogono: testimoni della peste (str.79-107)  
Nicoletta Cabassi
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Prodaja roblja na Jadranu u 17. stoljeću (str.109-120)  
The slave trade on the Adriatic in the 17th century (str.109-120)  
Tea Perinčić
Pregledni rad
 
Bokelj Vicko Dabović – zapovjednik mletačkog ratnog broda Vittoria II u posljednjim godinama opstojanja Serenissime (str.121-146)  
Vicko Dabović from Boka – captain of Venetian battleship Vittoria II in the last years of the Republic of Venice (str.121-146)  
Lovorka Čoralić, Maja Katušić
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Stjepan Buzolić, dalmatinski preporoditelj i prosvjetitelj (str.147-168)  
Stjepan Buzolić, Dalmatian reformer and enlightener (str.147-168)  
Ivan Peklić
Pregledni rad
 
Pomorske karte i plovidbeni priručnici istočnog Jadrana tijekom povijesti (str.169-197)  
The Eastern Adriatic nautical charts and pilot books throughout history (str.169-197)  
Mithad Kozličić
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Otočnici (izolari) – svjedočanstva o europskom i mediteranskom identitetu Hrvatske (str.199-213)  
Isolarii – testimonies of European and Mediterranean identity of Croatia (str.199-213)  
Milorad Pavić
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Living through the Dead: Burial and Commemoration in the Classical World, Studies in funerary archaeology, 5. (ed. Maureen Carroll, Jane Rempel) (str.215-225) Hrvatskipdf 217 KB
Living through the Dead: Burial and Commemoration in the Classical World, Studies in funerary archaeology, 5. (ed. Maureen Carroll, Jane Rempel) (str.215-225) Engleskipdf 217 KB
Zrinka Serventi
Recenzija, Prikaz

Digital Preprints from the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

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[First posted in AWOL 15 December 2010. Updated 31 March 2014]

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science: Preprints

The following Preprints relating to antiquity are available online
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Klaus Geus and Mark Geller (eds.)
Esoteric Knowledge in Antiquity (TOPOI – Dahlem Seminar for the History of Ancient Sciences Vol. II) 2014
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Horst Nowacki
Archimedes and Ship Design 2013
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Irina Tupikova & Klaus Geus, The Circumference of the Earth and Ptolemy’s World Map Download as PDF File (660 KB)

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Jens Høyrup, A hypothetical history of Old Babylonian mathematics: places, passages, stages, development Download as PDF File (256 KB) 
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Jens Høyrup, Sanskrit-Prakrit interaction in elementary mathematics as reflected in Arabic and Italian formulations of the rule of three – and something more on the rule elsewhere Download as PDF File (124 KB)
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Mark Geller & Klaus Geus (eds.), Productive Errors: Scientific Concepts in Antiquity (TOPOI – Dahlem Seminar for the History of Ancient Sciences) Download as PDF File (8,1 MB)
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Florentina Badalanova Geller, 2 (Slavonic Apocalypse of) Enoch: Text and Context
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M. J. Geller, Look to the Stars: Babylonian medicine, magic, astrology and melothesia
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Zur Shalev, Christian Pilgrimage and Ritual Measurement in Jerusalem
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371
Larrie D. Ferreiro, The Aristotelian Heritage in Early Naval Architecture, from the Venetian Arsenal to the French Navy, 1500–1700
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344
Karine Chemla, Canon and commentary in ancient China: An outlook based on mathematical sources
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327
István M. Bodnár, Oenopides of Chius: A survey of the modern literature with a collection of the ancient testimonia
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Jürgen Renn, Peter Damerow, Malcolm D. Hyman, Matteo Valleriani, Weight, Motion and Force: Conceptual Structural Changes in Ancient Knowledge as a Result of its Transmission
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István M. Bodnár, Aristotle’s rewinding spheres: Three options and their difficulties
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M. J. Geller, Akkadian Healing Therapies in the Babylonian Talmud
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183
Robert Englund, The State of Decipherment of Proto-Elamite
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145
Peter Damerow, Jürgen Renn, Simone Rieger, Paul Weinig, Mechanical Knowledge and Pompeian Balances
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Peter Damerow, The Origins of Writing as a Problem of Historical Epistemology
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Peter Damerow, Prehistory and Cognitive Development
Out of print. See: Piaget, Evolution, and Development, ed. by Jonas Langer, Melanie Killen, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers 1998, Mahwah, New Jersey, London, p. 247-270. Download as PDF File (64 KB)