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Online Exhibition: Artamonoff: Picturing Byzantine Istanbul 1930–1947

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Artamonoff: Picturing Byzantine Istanbul 1930–1947
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Nicholas V. Artamonoff left behind a photographic puzzle of over 1,000 images. He was a student and engineer, who, while studying and living at Robert College in Istanbul, gained an appreciation for the city’s history and culture. With his Rollei camera, he captured the Byzantine remains, entering the nooks and crannies of the fortifications and cisterns. He strolled through the city in the footsteps of architectural historians and archaeologists who explored and uncovered Byzantine Istanbul. His interests were broad: from imposing churches to the smallest details of architectural sculpture, from bustling marketplaces to the diligent work of lone craftsmen. This abundance of subjects makes the Nicholas V. Artamonoff Collection rich and engaging, providing a glimpse into the diverse urban environment in which he lived, and into the versatile photographer he was.

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American Journal of Archaeology

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The American Journal of Archaeology, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885 and is one of the world's oldest and most distinguished peer-reviewed archaeological journals.
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News from the Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN)

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We are pleased to announce the publication of several new contributions to the Cuneiform Digital Library Notes (CDLN)

CDLN 2014:005
Liu Changyu, A Note on gal-tab-bu-um

CDLN 2014:006
Liu Changyu, A Note on the Regular Offering to Ninlil at Tummal

CDLN 2014:007
Moudhy Al-Rashid, A Note on the Meaning of husu and hussu


CDLN 2014:008
Klaus Wagensonner, Digitizing in the round

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Christina Tsouparopoulou, A Note on Ur III administrative procrastination

CDLN 2014:010
Klaus Wagensonner, Šulpa'e Re-joined

CDLN 2014:011
Kamran V. Zand, What happened to Zuzu, King of Akšak?


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As of now some major changes to the technical side of CDLN take effect. All Notes and relevant information is stored and maintained via a MySQL database, from which the data is directly drawn. As a result the link to each Note changed, for instance, from

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Please note, that this does not have any effect to the old links, for you are automatically re-directed to the new ones instantly. We do hope that these changes will increase the efficiency of CDLN and are
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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
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Newly Open Access Journal: Dissertationes Archaeologicae ex Instituto Archaeologico Universitatis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae

Open Access Backfiles: The American Journal of Philology

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The American Journal of Philology

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Since its founding in 1880 by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, The American Journal of Philology has helped to shape American classical scholarship. Today The Journal has achieved worldwide recognition as a forum for international exchange among classicists and philologists by publishing original research in Greek and Roman literature; classic linguistics; and Greek and Roman history, society, religion, and philosophy.
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Open Access Journal: Espacio, tiempo y forma. Serie II, Historia antigua

New Open Access Journal: Lexicon Philosophicum: International Journal for the History of Texts and Ideas

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Lexicon Philosophicum: International Journal for the History of Texts and Ideas
ISSN: 2283-7833
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Lexicon Philosophicum is an annual peer-reviewed, open access journal, with an interdisciplinary character. The journal, published by CNR-ILIESI (Roma), provides open access to original, unpublished high quality contributions: critical essays, research articles, short texts editions, and critical bibliographic reviews on the history of philosophy, the history of science, and the history of ideas, with a special attention to textual and lexical data.

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National Library Week All OUP Online products are free April 13-19th
To celebrate National Library Week in the United States (April 13th-19th) and all the hard work librarians do to support their patrons, OUP is freeing up all of our online products* for the week! Libraries are a vital part of many communities, whether it is a school, a town/city, the government, a corporation, or a hospital, and we have freed up this unprecedented amount of content to show our appreciation for these libraries.




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New Book from the Oriental Institute: In Remembrance of Me: Feasting with the Dead in the Ancient Middle East

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OIMP 37. In Remembrance of Me: Feasting with the Dead in the Ancient Middle East
Edited by Virginia Rimmer Herrmann and J. David Schloen



This Oriental Institute Museum exhibit catalog looks at how the living commemorated and cared for deceased ancestors in the ancient Middle East. The focus of the exhibit is the memorial monument (stele) of an official named Katumuwa (ca. 735 BC), discovered in 2008 by University of Chicago archaeologists at the site of Zincirli, Turkey. Part I of the catalog presents the most comprehensive collection of scholarship yet published on the interpretation of the Katumuwa Stele, an illuminating new document of ancestor cult and beliefs about the soul. In Part II, leading scholars describe the relationship between the living and the dead in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Anatolia, and the Levant (Syria-Palestine), providing a valuable introduction to the family and mortuary religion of the ancient Middle East. The fifty-seven objects cataloged highlight the role of food and drink offerings and stone effigies in maintaining a place for the dead in family life.

Table of Contents

    1. Foreword
    2. Preface
    3. List of Contributors
    4. Map of Select Sites
    5. Introduction: The Katumuwa Stele and the Commemoration of the Dead in the Ancient Middle East. Virginia R. Herrmann
  1. Part I. The Katumuwa Stele from Zincirli
    1. The City of Katumuwa: The Iron Age Kingdom of Sam’al and the Excavations of Zincirli. J. David Schloen
    2. Katumuwa’s Banquet Scene. Dominik Bonatz
    3. The Katumuwa Inscription. Dennis Pardee
    4. The Katumuwa Stele in Archaeological Context. Virginia R. Herrmann
    5. The Katumuwa Stele in the Context of Royal Mortuary Cult at Sam’al. Herbert Niehr
  2. Part II. Feasts for the Dead in the Ancient Middle East
    1. Religious, Communal, and Political Feasting in the Ancient Middle East. Marian H. Feldman
    2. Feasts for the Dead and Ancestor Veneration in Levantine Traditions. Theodore J. Lewis
    3. Death Binds: On Some Rites Surrounding Death in Ancient Anatolia. Theo van den Hout
    4. Dead that Are Slow to Depart: Evidence for Ancestor Rituals in Mesopotamia. Karel van der Toorn
    5. Feasts for the Dead and Ancestor Veneration in Egyptian Tradition. Miriam Müller
  3. Part III. Catalog
    1. The Katumuwa Stele (Nos. 1-12)
    2. The Soul in the Stone: Effigies of the Dead (Nos. 13-21)
    3. The Banquet in Life and Death (Nos. 22-27)
    4. Dishes for the Dead (Nos. 28-49)
    5. Fast Food: Magical Methods of Provisioning the Dead (Nos. 50-52)
    6. Epilogue: Contemporary Commemorations (Nos. 53-59)
    1. Concordance of Museum Registration Numbers
    2. Checklist of the Exhibit
    3. Bibliography

  • In Remembrance of Me: Feasting with the Dead in the Ancient Middle East
  • Edited by Virginia Rimmer Herrmann and J. David Schloen
  • Oriental Institute Museum Publications 37
  • Chicago: The Oriental Institute, 2014
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-61491-017-6
  • Pp. 176; 140 illustrations
  • 9 x 11.5 inches, paperback
  • $29.95
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The Syriac Gazetteer Launched

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The Syriac Gazetteer   Launched
http://syriaca.org/resources/img/map3.png
Editors: Thomas A. Carlson (Princeton University) and David A. Michelson (Vanderbilt University)
The Syriac Gazetteer is a geographical reference work of Syriaca.org for places relevant to Syriac studies. It is growing from an initial publication of over two thousand place records.
  • Index page: an alphabetic index of places in the gazetteer.
  • About page: an overview of the gazetteer and its contributors.
  • Help page: documentation, editorial guidelines, and technical definitions.
  • Browse maps: browse places on an interactive map.
  • Edessa: featured place.
learn more »

The Syriac Gazetteer is a publication of Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal.

Nubian Monasteries

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Nubian Monasteries
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This page aims at making information on Byzantine Nubia and Nubian monasteries in particular available to wider audience. It will present projects regarding Nubian monasticism but also Nubian culture in general from the times between Napata and Funj kingdoms.

Two years ago I've started a program aimed at synthesis on Nubian monasteries. Thanks to the hospitality of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago and generosity of the Foundation for Polish Science and de Brzezie Lanckoronski Foundation I lead a project carried out by a team of early career European scholars publishing the Qasr el-Wizz monastery. The monastery has been fully excavated by George Scanlon on behalf of the Oriental institute in 1965, yet only two preliminary reports in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology has been published. Our aim is to publish the entire material recovered at the site and made this exceptional collection available for the public...

Open Access Journal: Documenta Praehistorica

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Documenta Praehistorica
Print ISSN: 1408-967X
Online ISSN: 1854-249
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DOCUMENTA PRAEHISTORICA is a yearly journal of archaeological interdisciplinary scientific research. It is one of the main world-wide international journals of interpretations of modern archaeological research data related to the processes and to the events in the European and Asian prehistory.

Research papers and reports are published in English language and worldwide distributed. They are mainly focused on: cognition and materialities of prehistoric cultures, archaeogenetic studies, palaeo- demography, population dynamics and cultural trajectories in prehistory, settlement and landscape dynamics, climate anomalies, radiocarbon dating, palaeodietary reconstruction based on stable isotope analysis, chemistry in archaeology and palaeoenvironmental studies.










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Ashurbanipal Library Project

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Ashurbanipal Library Project
 What is the Library?, The Life of the Library, the corpus catalogue
The Library that once belonged to Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria (668-c. 630 BC), is one of most remarkable and fascinating archaeological discoveries ever made. More than 30,000 clay tablets bearing cuneiform inscriptions were excavated by the British Museum between the 1850's and 1930's at the site of the imperial capital, Nineveh. In its day it had been the biggest and most wide-ranging collection of texts yet assembled. Its discovery threw wide open the doors to our understanding of ancient Mesopotamia.  

Open Access Journal: Latina et Graeca

New Book from the Oriental Institute: Extraction & Control: Studies in Honor of Matthew W. Stolper

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SAOC 68. Extraction & Control: Studies in Honor of Matthew W. Stolper. 

Edited by Michael Kozuh, Wouter F. M. Henkelman, Charles E. Jones, and Christopher Woods.

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  1. Matthew W. Stolper. Christopher Woods, Wouter F. M. Henkelman, Charles E. Jones, and Michael Kozuh
  2. Bibliography of Publications of Matthew W. Stolper. Charles E. Jones, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago
  3. Persepolis Fortification Aramaic Tablet Seal 0002 and the Keeping of Horses. Annalisa Azzoni, Vanderbilt University, and Elspeth R. M. Dusinberre, University of Colorado at Boulder
  4. An Episode in the Reign of the Babylonian Pretender Nebuchadnezzar IV. Paul-Alain Beaulieu, University of Toronto
  5. Achaemenid Estate(s) Near Pasargadae? Rémy Boucharlat, CNRS – University of Lyon
  6. Les tablettes de bois du Grand roi (Note sur les communications officielles dans un royaume itinérant). Pierre Briant, Collège de France
  7. Royal Women in Elamite Art. Elizabeth Carter, University of California, Los Angeles
  8. Iddin-Nabû sepir sa gardu. Walter Farber, University of Chicago
  9. The Royal-Name Seals of Darius I. Mark B. Garrison, Trinity University
  10. De vie à trépas. Françoise Grillot-Susini, CNRS – Paris
  11. The Estates of Shamash on the Habur. Michael Jursa and Klaus Wagensonner, University of Vienna
  12. Elamite and Akkadian Inscribed Bricks from Bard-e Karegar (Khuzistan, Iran). Michael Kozuh, Auburn University
  13. Reassessing the Reign of Xerxes in the Light of New Evidence. Amélie Kuhrt, University College London
  14. Cultural Exchange at Kültepe. Mogens Trolle Larsen, University of Copenhagen, and Agnete Wisti Lassen, Yale University
  15. The Curricular Context of an Akkadian Prayer from Old Babylonian Ur (UET 6 402). Jacob Lauinger, Johns Hopkins University
  16. Myth, History, Cosmology, and Hydraulics in Achaemenid Iran. Bruce Lincoln, University of Chicago
  17. Biography of a Sentence: Assurbanipal, Nabonidus, and Cyrus. Piotr Michalowski, University of Michigan
  18. Periodicities and Period Relations in Babylonian Celestial Sciences. Francesca Rochberg, University of California, Berkeley
  19. On Persons in the Old Babylonian Law Collections: The Case of mar awilim in Bodily Injury Provisions. Martha T. Roth, University of Chicago
  20. Gilgamesh and the ius primae noctis. Gonzalo Rubio, Pennsylvania State University
  21. Cyrus the Great, Exiles, and Foreign Gods: A Comparison of Assyrian and Persian Policies on Subject Nations. R. J. van der Spek, VU University Amsterdam
  22. Persians on the Euphrates? Material Culture and Identity in Two Achaemenid Burials from Hacinebi, Southeast Turkey. Gil J. Stein, The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
  23. On the Dynasty of Šimaški: Twenty Years (or so) After. Piotr Steinkeller, Harvard University
  24. Some Thoughts on the ustarbaru. Jan Tavernier, Université catholique de Louvain
  25. A Statue of Darius in the Temple of Sippar. Caroline Waerzeggers, VU University Amsterdam
  26. Earth, Water, and Friendship with the King: Argos and Persia in the Mid-fifth Century. Matthew W. Waters, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  27. Freedom and Dependency: Neo-Babylonian Manumission Documents with Oblation and Service Obligation. Cornelia Wunsch, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and F. Rachel Magdalene, Leipzig University
  28. From Lower Land to Cappadocia. Ilya Yakubovich, University of Chicago
Matthew Wolfgang Stolper began working for the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary in 1978 and became full professor in the Oriental Institute 1987, focusing on Neo-Babylonian and Middle Elamite. Matt has worked tirelessly to raise the necessary funding, to assemble a team of scholars, to promote the importance of the Persepolis Fortification Archive to academic and popular audiences, and most significantly, to concisely, passionately, and convincingly place the Persepolis Archives in their Achaemenid, ancient Near Eastern, and modern geo-political contexts. The twenty-six papers from Stolper's colleagues, friends, and students show the breadth of his interests.
  • Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 68
  • Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2014
  • ISBN: 978-1-61491-001-5
  • Pp. xvi + 352; frontispiece (Matthew W. Stolper); 140 illustrations, 9 tables
  • $34.95



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Now available: Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (CSEL)

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CSEL is now on GitHub!
CSEL55
We’re really proud to announce that EpiDoc XML versions of all 99 volumes of the monumental Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (CSEL) are now being added to the Open Greek and Latin Project‘s GitHub repository! The Latin text was OCR-ed, corrected (at 99% accuracy) and encoded according to our specifications by French Data Entry company Jouve. CSEL is the first in a line of texts Jouve is currently helping us digitise. Each XML file is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License and contains a link to the Archive.org scan it was taken from.
 
While rare, the Latin text still contains some mistakes and typos. Similarly, our basic CTS-compliant EpiDoc markup is waiting to be further annotated. So you -yes,  YOU- come and help us out already! Feel free to pull, push and share this work with friends and colleagues. The more, the merrier!

OCRE Update: Caracalla through Elagabalus

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Caracalla through Elagabalus published to OCRE
All of the types from Caracalla through Elagabalus have been published to OCRE. Additionally, the University of Virginia Art Museum collection has been re-published into the nomisma.org triplestore. The number is small, but there are four coins in this batch from UVA (see http://numismatics.org/ocre/id/ric.4.el.132 for example). So far, there is no coverage from the ANS collection, but we hope to make these coins available in OCRE by the end of next week.  Additionally, I expect to have most or all of the imperial coins from the British Museum available in OCRE tomorrow or Monday.

Open Access Backfiles: The Classical Journal

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The Classical Journal  
ISSN: 0009-8353 

[Early (out of copyright) content in JSTOR is free of paywall restrictions and open access]
The Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Inc. was founded in 1905 "for the advancement of classical scholarship, teaching, and appreciation" and was incorporated in 1948. Its 1500 members include teachers of Latin, Greek, and classical civilization at all levels. The CAMWS region covers 31 states and three Canadian provinces. In addition to holding an annual meeting and awarding scholarships, grants, and prizes, CAMWS publishes a newsletter and a quarterly, The Classical Journal.
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Open Access Journal: OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman

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 [First posted in AWOL 18 January 2009. Updated 11 April 2014]

OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman
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Von 1996 bis 2004 publizierte das Ammaner Institut unter dem Namen "OCCIDENT & ORIENT" einen (zweimal) jährlich erscheinenden Newsletter, der über die aktuellen Fortschritte der archäologischen Forschungen in der Region berichtete.
OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 1, No. 1, June 1996)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 1, No. 2, December 1996)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 2, No. 1, June 1997)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 2, No. 2, December 1997)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 3, No. 1, July 1998)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 3, No. 2, December 1998)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 4, No. 1 & 2, December 1999)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 5, No. 1 & 2, December 2000)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 6, No. 1 & 2, September 2001)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 7, No. 1, March 2002)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 7, No. 2, November 2002)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 8, No. 1, March 2003)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 8, No. 2, November 2003)
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OCCIDENT & ORIENT: Newsletter of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Volume 9, No. 1 & 2, 2004)
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