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Open Access Backfiles: The Classical Journal

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The Classical Journal  
ISSN: 0009-8353 

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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 9, No. 1 & 2, 2004)
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Open Access Journal: Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter

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 [First posted in AWOL 14 July 2009, updated 11 March 2014]

Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter
The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter - A Brief Introduction

The Archaeomalacology Group was formed indirectly as the result of a talk I gave to fellow members of the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland at the Natural History Museum in London in February 2000. Having worked as an archaeomalacologist, albeit on a freelance and very part time basis, for nearly 25 years in almost total isolation, it came as a revelation to me that there were others out there with similar interests! It therefore seemed a good idea to try to establish a forum where archaeomalacologists could air their views, exchange information and above all make contact with others working in similar subject areas.

The first issue of the AMG Newsletter appeared in July 2001 and consisted of the names, contact details and research interests of the thirty-two people who had responded to a notice I published in The Conchologists' Newsletter (No. 154: 385, September 2000). Since then the list has expanded to include around 80 members. Further issues have appeared at approximately six-monthly intervals, and have included short articles, research notes, abstracts of publications, notices of meetings, requests for information, and so on.

The ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working Group was then set up as a result of the one-day archaeomalacology session held at the ICAZ Conference in Durham in August 2002. It was obvious that the AMG Newsletter and the ICAZ Group were aimed at the same audience, and it seemed sensible to join forces. The ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working Group has therefore kindly agreed to host the AMG Newsletter on their new website, starting with issue number 5. It is hoped to add the four previous issues at a later date, and future issues are scheduled for March and September each year.
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Iliados: Structural Search: Perform grammatical and syntactical searches on the Perseus Greek Treebank

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Iliados: Structural Search: Perform grammatical and syntactical searches on the Perseus Greek Treebank
To get started, read the query guide and then read about dependency trees.
This is a brief overview of the query language for searching the Perseus Treebank data, which has syntactically annotated ancient texts, such as Homer's Iliad. Each sentence in the texts are turned into trees, like sentence diagrams, in a format called a dependency tree. The query language for searching these trees is just the CSS3 query language, with some custom additions...

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Open Access Journal: Damqãtum: The CEHAO News letter/ El Boletín de Noticias del CEHAO

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[First posted in AWOL 9 September 2009. Updated 13 April 2014]

Damqatum: THE CEHAO NEWSLETTER/ EL BOLETÍN DE NOTICIAS DEL CEHAO
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Damqatum es el boletín de noticias del CEHAO editado tanto en castellano como en inglés, con el que se busca acercar la comunidad científica al público en general, para lo cual se realizan entrevistas a destacados académicos y se promueven o informa sobre diversas actividades tanto de extensión como de grado y posgrado, como exposiciones, congresos, jornadas y seminarios.

Se aceptan todo tipo de contribuciones y/o información sobre eventos destacados sobre la historia de antiguo Cercano Oriente.
Damqatum is the CEHAO newsletter, edited in Spanish and English. The newsletter endeavors to present scholarly topics to the general public, publishing interviews to prestigious scholars and promoting or informing academic and extra-curricular activities, such as expositions, congresses, workshops and seminars
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Damqatum accepts all kinds of contributions and/or information on important events of the history of the ancient Near East.
Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2006, nº 1

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2006, nº 1 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2007, nº 2

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2007, nº 2 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2007, nº 3

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2007, nº 3 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2008, nº 4

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2008, nº 4 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2009, nº 5

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2009, nº 5 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2010, nº 6

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2010, nº 6 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : El boletín de noticias del CEHAO, 2011, nº 7

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2011, nº 7 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2012, nº 8 (versión en inglés)

Damqatum : The CEHAO newsletter, 2013, nº 9 (versión en inglés)
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Digital Library of Old Spanish Texts: Spanish Biblical Texts

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Digital Library of Old Spanish Texts: Spanish Biblical Texts 
The Corpus of Spanish Biblical Texts is a free online resource developed by the Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies in collaboration with the Biblia Medieval project. Its main goal is to facilitate the study and dissemination of a unique aspect of the medieval Hispanic language and culture: the translations of the Bible into Castilian undertaken during the Middle Ages. 

This new research tool not only brings together the text of 19 biblical translations into medieval Spanish, but also makes the texts more useful to the scholarly community by seamlessly integrating in an easy to use interface all three components (indexes, concordances, and texts). With just with a click of the mouse it will be possible to jump from index (alphabetic, frequency, reverse alphabetic) to KWIC concordance, to text. 

This corpus will be a significant source of information for historical linguists, lexicographers, and any other researcher interested in the medieval Castilian biblical translations. They will be able to access and search the contents of the texts for a wide variety of research tasks connected with the diachronic developments of medieval Spanish, allowing them to examine the shift, continuities and patterns of variation that occurred over several centuries. 

The original paleographical transcriptions were processed using commercially available software: Concordance® , a text analysis and concordancing program used to generate and export the concordances to html format; TextPad® and WildEdit®, a text editor and a macro editor, respectively, used to process the resulting htm files.

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South Arabian inscriptions on wood at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

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Altsüdarabische Inschriften auf Holzstäbchen - Ancient South Arabian inscriptions on wood
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Die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek verwahrt die weltweit zweitgrößte Sammlung an hölzernen Schriftdokumenten aus dem antiken Südarabien, dem heutigen Jemen. Es handelt sich dabei um Alltagskorrespondenz in sabäischer und minäischer Sprache: Briefe, Rechts- und Wirtschaftsurkunden, Schreibübungen und Texte aus der rituellen Praxis. Die in Palmblattrippen und Holzstäbchen eingeritzten Texte dokumentieren die gesamte Spanne der altsüdarabischen Kultur vom frühen 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. bis in die unmittelbar vorislamische Zeit. 

The Bavarian State Library houses the second-largest collection worldwide of written documents on wood from Ancient South Arabia (present-day Yemen). These contain everyday-life’s correspondence in Sabaic and Minaic languages, such as letters, legal and business documents, writing exercises and texts from ritual practice. The texts are carved in palm-leaf stalks and wooden sticks. Historically, the documents cover the entire span of the so-called Ancient South Arabian civilisation – from the early 1st millennium BC up to the period immediately before the emergence of Islam. 
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Heidelberger historische Bestände: Ägyptologische Literatur – digital

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Heidelberger historische Bestände: Ägyptologische Literatur – digital
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Zu den Beständen des Sondersammelgebietes Ägyptologie der UB Heidelberg gehört auch ein umfangreicher und sehr bedeutender Bestand ägyptologischer Literatur des 16. bis frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, aus dem ausgewählte Werke vollständig digitalisiert und via Internet kostenfrei zugänglich gemacht werden.

Seit dem 1. September 2009 wird das Angebot im Rahmen eines DFG-Projekts systematisch ausgebaut. Über das Themenportal „Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt digital“ können die Heidelberger Titel gemeinsam mit weiteren digitalisierten Werken der Projektpartner recherchiert werden.
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Open Access Journal: Journal of Theological Studies (old series Vols. 1 - 10 (1899-1909))

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Journal of Theological Studies (old series Vols. 1 - 10 (1899-1909))
Journal of Theological Studies is now published by Oxford University Press. The original series ran from 1899-1949 and the new series began in 1950, continuing to the present day. The printed index of Vols. 1-30 (1899-1929) can be downloaded here.
old series
Vols. 1 - 10 (1899-1909)
Vols. 11 - 20 (1910-1919)
Vols. 21 - 30 (1920-1929)
Vols. 31 - 40 (1930-1939)
Vols. 41 - 50 (1940-1949)
new series
Vols. 1 - 10 (1950-1959)
Vols. 11 - 20 (1960-1969)
Vols. 21 - 30 (1970-1979)
Vols. 31 - 40 (1980-1989)
Vols. 41 - 50 (1990-1999)
Vols. 51 - 60 (2000-2009)
Vols. 61 - (2010- )
 

Open Access Journal: Revue de l'Orient latin

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Revue de l'Orient latin

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Rodopis: Associazione culturale

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Rodopis: Associazione culturale
Rodopis è un’associazione culturale senza fini di lucro fondata nel 2010 da alcuni laureandi e dottorandi in Storia antica dell’Università di Bologna, con lo scopo di promuovere lo studio dei contenuti e dei metodi propri delle discipline dell’antichità, all’interno e all’esterno delle Università e nel tentativo di coinvolgere diversi interlocutori. L’azione principale è volta alla sensibilizzazione nei confronti di alcune tematiche proprie dell’antichità e alla divulgazione dei risultati più aggiornati della ricerca (quelli ancora in corso), creando un ponte tra Università e non addetti ai lavori. Allo stesso tempo si facilita l’incontro tra giovani antichisti per creare una comunità internazionale non competitiva che, grazie a una condivisione e a un confronto autentici relativamente a contenuti, modalità, metodi e approcci di ricerca esca da logiche accademiche spesso limitanti, dalla specializzazione estrema che rischia di far chiudere  i settori di studio su se stessi e dal localismo che inevitabilmente ne riduce gli orizzonti di sviluppo.

Heidelberger historische Bestände: Archäologische Literatur – digital

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Heidelberger historische Bestände: Archäologische Literatur – digital
West Front des Parthenon
Zu den Beständen des Sondersammelgebietes Archäologie der UB Heidelberg gehört auch ein umfangreicher und sehr bedeutender Bestand archäologischer Literatur des 16. bis frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, aus dem ausgewählte Werke vollständig digitalisiert und via Internet kostenfrei zugänglich gemacht werden. Seit dem 1. September 2009 wird das Angebot im Rahmen des DFG-Projekts „Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt digital” systematisch ausgebaut. 

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An Analytical Onomasticon to the Metamorphoses of Ovid

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An Analytical Onomasticon to the Metamorphosesof Ovid
WILLARD MCCARTY, with MONICA MATTHEWS, AARA SUKSI, BURTON WRIGHT and JOHN BRADLEY
The Analytical Onomasticon is a reference work to persons and places in the Metamorphoses of Ovid. It is intended to assist the study of a poem that has remained curiously intractable to the literary critical quest for its coherence. The problem has not been a want of schemes, but rather too many, or at least more than can be accounted for by any one reckoning. As Brooks Otis pointed out years ago, Ovid sports with the idea of continuity: at the same time, and often with the same device, both supporting and undermining it. The Onomasticon assumes no particular theory of how the poem is constructed, nor that it has a single construction. Yet it is based on the idea that Ovid's is a serious play, not meant to scatter our attention but to redirect it. This book is intended to assist that redirection by supplying several different means for commanding the most extensive and significant body of textual evidence for the interrelation of persons, hence the interconnection of stories: the words and phrases that refer to and so name them. The Onomasticon is not limited to the quest for continuity in change, but its explicit aim is to further understanding of the poem as a coherent or, more accurately, cohesible work of literature.


  1. Prototype (as of 10/02)
    1. Introduction [X]
    2. Indexes (with concordance to the Latin text & a narrative index]
      1. Persons [X]
      2. Nominals [X]
      3. Attributes [X]
      4. Verbs [X]

  2. Personification model (as of 7/03)
    1. W. McCarty, "Depth, markup and modelling", Text Technology 12.1 and CH Working Papers A.25 (2003) [X]
    2. Prototype model (downloads)
      1. Spreadsheet front-end (MS Excel) [X]
      2. Relational database (MS Access) [X]

Newly open access from NINO

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C.H. van Zoest writes:
NINO celebrates its 75 year anniversary in 2014. As a modest part of the celebrations, we are digitizing our sold-out publications to make them available as free pdf downloads on our website. Eight titles have been added just now:
  • H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, A. Kuhrt (eds.) – Asia Minor and Egypt: Old Cultures in a New Empire. Proceedings of the Groningen 1988 Achaemenid History Workshop (Achaemenid History 6), 1991.
  • R.J. Demarée – The 3h ikr n R` stelae. On Ancestor Worship in Ancient Egypt (Eg. Uitg. 3), 1983.
  • D. van der Plas – L’hymne à la crue du Nil. Tome I: Traduction et commentaire; Tome II: Présentation du texte, texte synoptique, planches (Eg. Uitg. 4), 1986.
  • Compte rendu de la troisième Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale. Organisée à Leiden du 28 juin au 4 juillet 1952 par le Nederlandsch Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten (NINO 1), 1954.
  • J. Ryckmans – La persécution des Chrétiens himyarites au sixième siècle (PIHANS 1), 1956.
  • J. Doresse – Des hiéroglyphes à la Croix. Ce que le passé pharaonique a légué au Christianisme (PIHANS 7), 1960.
  • J. Zandee – The Terminology of Plotinus and of some Gnostic Writings, Mainly the Fourth Treatise of the Jung Codex (PIHANS 11), 1961.
  • B. van de Walle – L’humour dans la littérature et dans l’art de l’ancienne Égypte (SABMD 4), 1969.

More titles will follow! All digitized NINO publications are found on this page: http://bit.ly/NINOpdf

Information on our jubilee activities (mostly Dutch-language and Leiden-based): http://bit.ly/NINO75

Via AWOL

ROMAQ: The Atlas Project of Roman Aqueducts

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ROMAQ: The Atlas Project of Roman Aqueducts

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Roman aqueducts are amongst the most impressive and interesting structures that have survived from the Ancient World. Although aqueduct bridges such as the Pont du Gard are best known, roman aqueducts are complex water supply line systems that are impressive feats of engineering even by today's standards. Some of the aqueducts are simple water channels, but many contain complex structures such as inverted siphons, tunnels, basins and drop shafts while the channels themselves can be up to 240 km in length. Over 1400 roman aqueducts have been described in the Mediterranean basin and the aim of this website is to present the available corpus of literature on the subject in a systematic way. Besides available literature on each aqueduct, we aim to present summarised data on each aqueduct. However, this is a project in development, and it will take time to add new data and publications, and to update content.

Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire

Wikimedia Commons: Media contributed by the Brooklyn Museum

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In early April 2014 the Brooklyn Museum removed all its images from flickr. They now appear in Wikimedia Commons. Shelly Bernstein, Vice Director for Digital Engagement & Technology at the Brooklyn Museum, explains.

Wikimedia Commons:Media contributed by the Brooklyn Museum

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And see AWOL's list of Institutional flickr Photostreams


The original posting 10 November 2013] was as follows:


The Brooklyn Museum flickr Photostream
The mission of the Brooklyn Museum is to act as a bridge between the rich artistic heritage of world cultures, as embodied in its collections, and the unique experience of each visitor. Dedicated to the primacy of the visitor experience, committed to excellence in every aspect of its collections and programs, and drawing on both new and traditional tools of communication, interpretation, and presentation, the Museum aims to serve its diverse public as a dynamic, innovative, and welcoming center for learning through the visual arts. 
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For specific information regarding our copyright policy, including Creative Commons, please see our website for further detail: www.brooklynmuseum.org/copyright.php 
Photography is allowed in the Museum so long as the images are taken using existing light only (no flash) and are for personal, non-commercial use. Photography is often restricted in special exhibition galleries; please consult with the Visitor Center upon arrival.

Open Access Backfiles: The Jewish Quarterly Review (Open Access Backfiles)

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The Jewish Quarterly Review (Open Access Backfiles)
ISSN: 00216682
E-ISSN: 15530604
Established in 1889, the Jewish Quarterly Review (JQR) is the oldest English-language journal in the fields of Jewish studies. Edited at the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, the journal aims to publish the finest work in all areas of Jewish studies. In addition to original articles by senior as well as junior scholars, JQR regularly features review essays and book forums, short notes, and lists of relevant dissertations. Preserving the attention to textual detail so characteristic of the journal in the past, JQR attempts now to reach a wider and more diverse audience.
  • 1922 (New Series Vol. 13)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1922, pp. 117-243Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1922, pp. i-iv+1-115Free Content
    1922 (New Series Vol. 12)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1922, pp. 397-540+i-ivFree Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1922, pp. 257-396Free Content
    1921 (New Series Vol. 12)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1921, pp. 123-256Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1921, pp. 1-121Free Content
    1921 (New Series Vol. 11)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1921, pp. 409-558+i-ivFree Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1921, pp. 277-408Free Content
    1920 (New Series Vol. 11)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1920, pp. 127-276Free Content
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    1920 (New Series Vol. 10)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1920, pp. 377-534Free Content
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    1919 (New Series Vol. 10)
    • No. 2/3, Oct., 1919 - Jan., 1920, pp. 159-376Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1919, pp. i-iv+1-158Free Content
    1919 (New Series Vol. 9)
    • No. 3/4, Jan. - Apr., 1919, pp. 259-501Free Content
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    • No. 1/2, Jul. - Oct., 1918, pp. i-iv+1-258Free Content
    1918 (New Series Vol. 8)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1918, pp. 385-510+i-ivFree Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1918, pp. 269-384Free Content
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    • No. 2, Oct., 1917, pp. 157-268Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1917, pp. 1-156Free Content
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    • No. 4, Apr., 1917, pp. 457-644Free Content
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    • No. 2, Oct., 1916, pp. 145-279Free Content
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    1916 (New Series Vol. 6)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1916, pp. 459-589Free Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1916, pp. 337-457Free Content
    1915 (New Series Vol. 6)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1915, pp. 225-336Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1915, pp. i-iv+1-223Free Content
    1915 (New Series Vol. 5)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1915, pp. 503-661Free Content
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    1914 (New Series Vol. 5)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1914, pp. 127-266Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1914, pp. i-iv+1-126Free Content
    1914 (New Series Vol. 4)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1914, pp. 519-656Free Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1914, pp. 321-518Free Content
    1913 (New Series Vol. 4)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1913, pp. 121-320Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1913, pp. i-iv+1-120Free Content
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    • No. 4, Apr., 1913, pp. 487-598Free Content
    • No. 3, Jan., 1913, pp. 337-486Free Content
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    • No. 2, Oct., 1912, pp. 181-336Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1912, pp. i-iv+1-180Free Content
    1912 (New Series Vol. 2)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1912, pp. 453-617Free Content
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    1911 (New Series Vol. 2)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1911, pp. 159-295Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1911, pp. i-iv+1-157Free Content
    1911 (New Series Vol. 1)
    • No. 4, Apr., 1911, pp. 451-584Free Content
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    1910 (New Series Vol. 1)
    • No. 2, Oct., 1910, pp. 151-290Free Content
    • No. 1, Jul., 1910, pp. 1-150Free Content
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    • No. 1, Oct., 1907, pp. i-viii+1-166Free Content
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    • No. 4, Jul., 1907, pp. 615-819Free Content
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    • No. 1, Oct., 1906, pp. i-viii+1-208Free Content
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    • No. 4, Jul., 1906, pp. 587-782Free Content
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    • No. 1, Oct., 1905, pp. i-viii+1-208Free Content
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    • No. 4, Jul., 1905, pp. 609-822Free Content
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    • No. 1, Oct., 1904, pp. i-viii+1-192Free Content
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    • No. 4, Jul., 1904, pp. 603-777Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1904, pp. 425-602Free Content
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    1903 (Vol. 16)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1903, pp. i-viii+1-208Free Content
    1903 (Vol. 15)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1903, pp. 559-728Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1903, pp. 337-558Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1903, pp. 167-336Free Content
    1902 (Vol. 15)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1902, pp. i-viii+1-166Free Content
    1902 (Vol. 14)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1902, pp. 653-796Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1902, pp. 413-652Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1902, pp. 197-412Free Content
    1901 (Vol. 14)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1901, pp. i-viii+1-196Free Content
    1901 (Vol. 13)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1901, pp. 553-752Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1901, pp. 345-552Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1901, pp. 161-344Free Content
    1900 (Vol. 13)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1900, pp. i-viii+1-160Free Content
    1900 (Vol. 12)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1900, pp. 563-754Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1900, pp. 381-562Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1900, pp. 177-380Free Content
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    1899 (Vol. 12)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1899, pp. i-x+1-176Free Content
    1899 (Vol. 11)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1899, pp. 533-699Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1899, pp. 355-532Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1899, pp. 187-354Free Content
    1898 (Vol. 11)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1898, pp. i-x+1-186Free Content
    1898 (Vol. 10)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1898, pp. 565-738Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1898, pp. 385-564Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1898, pp. 197-384Free Content
    1897 (Vol. 10)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1897, pp. i-x+1-196Free Content
    1897 (Vol. 9)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1897, pp. 543-758Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1897, pp. 363-542Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1897, pp. 177-362Free Content
    1896 (Vol. 9)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1896, pp. i-viii+1-176Free Content
    1896 (Vol. 8)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1896, pp. 541-718Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1896, pp. 363-540Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1896, pp. 189-362Free Content
    1895 (Vol. 8)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1895, pp. i-viii+1-188Free Content
    1895 (Vol. 7)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1895, pp. 581-777Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1895, pp. 365-580Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1895, pp. 173-364Free Content
    1894 (Vol. 7)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1894, pp. i-vii+1-172Free Content
    1894 (Vol. 6)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1894, pp. 597-756Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1894, pp. 405-596Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1894, pp. 225-404Free Content
    1893 (Vol. 6)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1893, pp. i-vii+1-224Free Content
    1893 (Vol. 5)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1893, pp. 517-716Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1893, pp. 353-516Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1893, pp. 177-352Free Content
    1892 (Vol. 5)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1892, pp. i-viii+1-176Free Content
    1892 (Vol. 4)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1892, pp. 513-704Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1892, pp. 345-512Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1892, pp. 165-344Free Content
    1891 (Vol. 4)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1891, pp. 1-164Free Content
    1891 (Vol. 3)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1891, pp. 587-790Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1891, pp. 367-566Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1891, pp. 159-366Free Content
    1890 (Vol. 3)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1890, pp. 1-158Free Content
    1890 (Vol. 2)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1890, pp. 369-539Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1890, pp. 205-368Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1890, pp. 109-204Free Content
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    1889 (Vol. 2)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1889, pp. 1-108Free Content
    1889 (Vol. 1)
    • No. 4, Jul., 1889, pp. 289-444Free Content
    • No. 3, Apr., 1889, pp. 185-288Free Content
    • No. 2, Jan., 1889, pp. 89-184Free Content
    1888 (Vol. 1)
    • No. 1, Oct., 1888, pp. 1-88Free Content

And see also:
AWOL's full list of journals in JSTOR with substantial representation of the Ancient World

EMINA: Egyptian Mummies in North America

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EMINA: Egyptian Mummies in North America
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EMINA is a searchable database of Egyptian mummy resources in North America, compiled by S.J. Wolfe (Mummies in Nineteenth Century America; Ancient Egyptians as Artifacts; McFarland, 2009) from thousands of digitized articles in newspapers, periodicals and books, as well as web sites, personal recollections, correspondences, and regular print resources.

The database will be continually expanding and changing as new information is added. Updates will be loaded on a monthly basis unless it becomes expedient to upload more often.

The database consists of two tables.
  • I. The mummy database Search the mummy database
  • II. Database of bibliographic sources to Egyptian mummy references (not yet available online)
The researcher will be able to choose among different search strategies based on access points and/or keyword indices. 

I encourage questions, comments, additions and corrections to the databases and these should be directed to me (S.J. Wolfe) at eminadb@gmail.com. Please include the word “mummy” in the subject line.

The database is sponsored through the kindness and courtesy of the Egyptologists’ Electronic Forum, and the technical details for the web version are provided by Kathleen M. Haley, Caroline W. Stoffel and John Stoffel.