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Partially Open Access Journal: Prometheus. Rivista di studi classici

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 [First posted in AWOL 8 August 2013, updated 1 May 2014]

Prometheus. Rivista di studi classici
ISSN 0391-2698 (print)
ISSN 2281-1044 (online)
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Fondata da Adelmo Barigazzi nel 1975, la rivista Prometheus si è dedicata programmaticamente alla ricerca scientifica sui testi letterari classici greci e latini, nella convinzione che uno studio analitico e filologicamente approfondito dei testi antichi possa giovare ancora fortemente alla formazione culturale dei giovani della nostra età.
La rivista si richiama alla più genuina tradizione fiorentina degli studi classici, che ebbe in Giorgio Pasquali un grande interprete del mondo antico, maestro impareggiabile di ricerca e di metodo. Si occupa quindi di testi sia greci che latini, considerati espressione di un'unica letteratura in due lingue, e si caratterizza per una vocazione squisitamente critico-testuale ed esegetica.
Ampio spazio viene dato da un lato agli studi sulla tradizione manoscritta, alla costituzione e alla critica del testo e, dall'altro, all'analisi filologica, all'interpretazione e al commento degli scritti, per una loro valorizzazione e comprensione letteraria storicamente inquadrata.
The following volumes are available open access. Later volumes are restricted to subscribers













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Ancient Greek OCR

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Ancient Greek OCR
Nick White
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Ancient Greek OCR is free software to accurately convert scans of printed Ancient Greek into unicode text and PDF files, which can be easily searched, copied, archived, and transformed. It uses the excellent Tesseract OCR engine, tailored for Ancient Greek typography, syntax and vocabulary. 

It works with Windows, OS X, Linux and Android, and works on personal computers, mobile devices, and large server clusters.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, LG0611032611; the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor; and the Perseus Digital Library Project, as well as the ERC funded Living Poets Project. The Tesseract OCR engine makes this all possible, doing all of the hard work behind the scenes.

A Selection of Routledge Monographs Freely Accessible for a Limited Time

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Routledge Free to View Monographs: Humanities
A Selection of Routledge Monographs Freely Accessible for a Limited Time

Routledge Studies in Archaeology

  1. Materiality and Consumption in the Bronze Age Mediterranean

    The importance of cultural contacts in the East Mediterranean has long been recognized and is the focus of ongoing international research. Fieldwork in the Aegean, Egypt, Cyprus, and the Levant continues to add to our understanding of the nature of this contact and its social and economic...
    Published December 18th 2012 by Routledge
  2. The Prehistory of Iberia

    Debating Early Social Stratification and the State

    The origin and early development of social stratification is essentially an archaeological problem. The impressive advance of archaeological research has revealed that, first and foremost, the pre-eminence of stratified or class society in today’s world is the result of a long social struggle. This...
    Published December 11th 2012 by Routledge

Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies

  1. Rome in the Pyrenees

    Lugdunum and the Convenae from the first century B.C. to the seventh century A.D.

    Rome in the Pyrenees is a unique treatment in English of the archaeological and historical evidence for an important Roman town in Gaul, Lugdunum in the French Pyrenees, and for its surrounding people the Convenae. The book opens with the creation of the Convenae by Pompey the Great in the first...
    Published September 6th 2007 by Routledge
  2. Plato's Dialectic on Woman

    Equal, Therefore Inferior

    With the birth of the feminist movement classicists, philosophers, educational experts, and psychologists, all challenged by the question of whether or not Plato was a feminist, began to examine Plato’s dialogues in search of his conception of woman. The possibility arose of a new focus affecting...
    Published May 20th 2012 by Routledge

Routledge Studies in Ancient History

Banishment in the Later Roman Empire, 284-476 CE

This book offers a reconstruction and interpretation of banishment in the final era of a unified Roman Empire, 284-476 CE. Author Daniel Washburn argues that exile was both a penalty and a symbol. It applied to those who committed a misstep or crossed the wrong person; it also stood as a marker of...
Published November 12th 2012 by Routledge
 

Open Access Journal: Sociedad Española de Bizantinística Boletín

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 Sociedad Española de Bizantinística Boletín
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El Boletín de la Sociedad Española de Bizantinística, con una periodicidad trimestral, es un instrumento de difusión del conocimiento de Bizancio y de las actividades de la Sociedad y sus socios. Además de las noticias académicas y las publicaciones de bizantinistas españoles, recoge breves estudios divulgativos sobre gran variedad de aspectos de la presencia de Bizancio en la Península ibérica y de las relaciones entre los reinos peninsulares y Bizancio, en parte organizado en secciones fijas como “Bizancio en la actualidad” o “Archivo gráfico de Bizancio y la península Ibérica”.
Boletín 18 (2014)

  1. Acta de la asamblea anual de la S.E.B.
  2. Haendel en Bizancio: La ópera barroca y la historia bizantina.
  3. La Bizantinística en la Universidad española.
  4. La Cantiga 28 de Alfonso X y el asedio de Constantinopla.
  5. Bibliografía
Boletín 17 (2013)

  1. XVI jornadas de Bizancio: el mundo bizantino y el Occidente europeo
  2. Los mosaicos bizantinos del mihrab de Córdoba
  3. El icono bizantino de Jaime I el Conquistador (Jaume el Conqueridor)
  4. Tesis doctorales y tesis de máster
  5. Bibliografía
Boletín 16 (2013)

  1. Rodríguez Adrados y Bizancio: una relación tormentosa
  2. La guardia de "jenízaros" catalanes del emperador bizantino (segunda mitad del s. XVI - primera mitad del s. XV)
  3. Besarión en Roma
  4. Bibliografía
  5. Reforma de los estatutos de la A.I.E.B. (Association Internationale des Études Byzantines)
Boletín 15 (2013)

  1. Acta de la asamblea anual de la S.E.B.
  2. «Chipre, entre Bizancio y Occidente (siglos IV-XVI)», exposición en el museo del Louvre (28 octubre 2012 - 28 enero 2013)
  3. El culto a la Virgen en Constantinopla, Πόλις τῆς Θεοτόκου, según el Tarraconensis 55
  4. Un plato del Louvre
  5. Actividades bizantinas en el sureste peninsular
  6. Bibliografía
Boletín 14 (2012)

  1. Bizancio de actualidad: furia iconoclasta en Mali
  2. Actividades divulgativas sobre la época bizantina en Cartagena
  3. Un cinocéfalo egipcio en el corazón de Segovia
  4. Efemérides olvidadas: 1800 años de romanidad
  5. Un emperador deformado por la peste: Justiniano
  6. Bibliografía
  7. Proyectos en curso (IV)
Boletín 13 (2012)

  1. Bizancio de actualidad: Grecia hoy y Bizancio
  2. La entrada de Roger de Flor en Constantinopla
  3. Bibliografía
  4. Proyectos en curso (III)
Boletín 12 (2012)

  1. Bizancio de actualidad: la polémica en la U.E. sobre los límites de Europa: el papel de Bizancio
  2. Los frescos de la sala capitular del monasterio de Sigena (Huesca)
  3. Joan de Peralta: un catalán encargado de la restauración de Santa Sofía y gobernador de Constantinopla durante el reinado de Juan VI Cantacuzeno (1347-1354)
  4. Bibliografía
  5. Proyectos en curso (II)
Boletín 11 (2012)

  1. Resumen de la asamblea general de la S.E.B.
  2. La Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro, el icono bizantino con más devoción en España
  3. Griegos en la Barcelona medieval
  4. Proyectos en curso (I)
  5. ¿Bizancio de actualidad?
  6. Premios
  7. Bibliografía
Boletín 10 (2011)

  1. XXII Congreso Internacional de Estudios Bizantinos (Sofia, 22-27 de agosto de 2011)
  2. Los últimos bizantinos en España y la fortaleza de Alaró
  3. Bibliografía
Boletín 9 (2011)

  1. Bizancio en el próximo congreso de la S.E.E.C.
  2. El periplo de un capitel bizantino en España
  3. De digitalibus et in interrete mostratis imaginibus Graeocrum manuscriptorum
  4. Sección de tesis
  5. Bibliografía
Boletín 8 (2011)

  1. Acta de la asamblea
  2. Conferencia de Paolo Odorico
  3. Los mosaicos de la villa de Noheda
  4. Cómo una emperatriz de Bizancio acabó vestida de labradora valenciana
  5. Bibliografía
  6. Resolución del acertijo
Boletín 7 (2010)

  1. Reunión de la directiva de la S.E.B.
  2. Heraclio y la recuperación de la Santa Cruz
  3. Bibliografía
  4. Crónica académica
  5. Acertijo
Boletín 6 (2010)

  1. La irradiación de la cultura bizantina
  2. Περα Γαδειρας o los límites del conocimiento humano
  3. Bibliografía
  4. Tesis doctorales defendidas
Boletín 5 (2010)

  1. Investigaciones recientes sobre Bizancio y España
  2. Hallazgo de dos representaciones de acritas en Koron
  3. Archivo gráfico de Bizancio y la península Ibérica (IV)
  4. Lectura de tesis doctorales
  5. Bibliografía
Boletín 4 (2010)

  1. Balance del segundo año de la S.E.B.
  2. XV Jornadas de Bizancio en Ceuta
  3. Archivo gráfico de Bizancio y la península Ibérica (III)
  4. Tesis doctorales relacionadas con la Antigüedad Tardía y Bizancio
  5. Bibliografía
  6. Necrológica: Mark Lawrence Sosower (1949-2009)
Boletín 3 (2009)

  1. Actas de la asamblea
  2. Excavaciones arqueológicas en el cerro del Molinete de Cartagena
  3. Bibliografía
Boletín 2 (2009)

  1. Anuncio de asamblea
  2. Socios institucionales
  3. Logos
  4. Planes de estudio
  5. Archivo gráfico de Bizancio y la península Ibérica
  6. Bizancio en pantalla
Boletín 1 (2009)

  1. Bienvenida a los socios
  2. Noticia sobre la exposición «Le Mont Athos et l'Empire Byzantin, Trésors de la Sainte Montagne», Petit-Palais (París, 10 abril - 13 julio 2009)
  3. Bibliografía
  4. Logos

New Open Access Journal: Diogenes

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

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[First posted in AWOL 8 January 2010. Updated 3 May 2014]

Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde (FeRA)
ISSN 1862-8478
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Die Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde(FeRA) ist ein open access online-journal für alle klassischen altertumskundlichen Fächer mit drei Ausgaben pro Jahr (April, August und Dezember). Obwohl am Frankfurter Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften begründet und über den Server der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität operierend, versteht sich die Zeitschrift nicht als reine Seminarpublikation, sondern lädt ausdrücklich Nachwuchswissenschafter aller Universitäten ein, Fachbeiträge und Rezensionen einzureichen.

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

Current issue

FeRA 23 (2014)

Artikel

  • Y. Gönster, Straußeneier in Bewegung. Ein Indikator für Kulturkontakte im Mittelmeerraum?Download (PDF) | p. 1 - 19

  • A. Kakoschke, Q wie QVONDAM. Zu zwei Grabinschriften aus dem römischen KölnDownload (PDF) | p. 20 - 30

Rezensionen

  • E. Kettenhofen, Rezension zu: Konstantin. Rede an die Versammlung der Heiligen. Eingeleitet und übersetzt von Klaus Martin GirardetDownload (PDF) | p. 31 - 37

  • E. Kettenhofen, Rezension zu: Theresa Nesselrath, Kaiser Julian und die Repaganisierung des Reiches. Konzept und VorbilderDownload (PDF) | p. 38 - 43

  • K. Matijević, Rezension zu: Karl Galinsky, Augustus. Sein Leben als KaiserDownload (PDF) | p. 44 - 47

  • K. Matijević, Rezension zu: Gregory K. Golden, Crisis Management During the Roman Republic. The Role of Political Institutions in EmergenciesDownload (PDF) | p. 48 - 54

  • C. Rollinger, Rezension zu: Anja Behrendt, Mit Zitaten kommunizieren. Untersuchungen zur Zitierweise in der Korrespondenz des Marcus Tullius CiceroDownload (PDF) | p. 55 - 59

  • C. Schäfer, Rezension zu: Josef Löffl, Die römische ExpansionDownload (PDF) | p. 56 - 64

  • J. Scherr, Rezension zu: Michaela Rücker, u.a. (Hrsg.), Wandern, Weiden, Welt erkunden. Nomaden in der griechischen LiteraturDownload (PDF) | p. 65 - 67

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Open Accesss Journal: Amphora

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[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Updated 4 May 2014]

Amphora
ISSN: 1542-2380
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Amphora is currently an annual publication that aims to convey the excitement of classical studies to a broad readership by offering accessible articles written by professional scholars and experts on topics of classical interest that include literature, language, mythology, history, culture, classical tradition and the arts, and by featuring reviews of current books, films, and web sites. Sponsored by the Committee on Outreach and supported by the APA, Amphora will be for everyone interested in the study of ancient Greece and Rome. Engaging and informative, this publication is intended for a wide audience that will include professional classicists, present and former classics majors, interested academics and professionals in other fields, high-school teachers and students, administrators in the field of education, community leaders, and anyone with a strong interest in or enthusiasm for the classical world.
APA members receive Amphora automatically as a benefit of membership. Nonmembers may subscribe to Amphora by completing this form and returning it to the APA Office.
You can see a table of contents for each issue.
Amphora's issues are available now in PDF form.

Open Access Journal: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

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[First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 4 May 2014]

Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
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The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.
JHS articles are included in the ATLA Religion Database, RAMBI, and BiBIL. The full contents of the journal are archived by Library and Archives Canada and is accessible for consultation and research at the Electronic Collection site maintained by Library and Archives Canada. JHS volumes are published in hard-copy, with a year delay, by Gorgias Press as part of their series Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts.

Volumes


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Berman, Joshua Double Meaning in the Parable of the Poor Man's Ewe (2 Sam 12:1–4)show/hide abstract 13 14 2013
Frisch, Amos Malbim's Approach to the Sins of Biblical Personagesshow/hide abstract 13 13 2013
Farber, Zev Jerubaal, Jacob and the Battle for Shechem: A Tradition Historyshow/hide abstract 13 12 2013
Renz, Thomas An Emendation of Hab. 2:4a in the light of Hab 1:5show/hide abstract 13 11 2013
Gadot, Yuval, Yuval Goren and Oded Lipschits A 7th Century BCE Bulla Fragment From Area D3 in The ‘City Of David’/Silwan show/hide abstract 13 10 2013
Gonzalez, Hervé Zechariah 9–14 and the Continuation of Zechariah during the Ptolemaic Period show/hide abstract 13 9 2013
Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen Creation in Collision? Isaiah 40–48 and Zoroastrianism, Babylonian Religion and Genesis 1 show/hide abstract 13 8 2013
Tyson, Craig W. Josephus, Antiquities 10.180-82, Jeremiah, and Nebuchadnezzar show/hide abstract 13 7 2013
Watts, James W. Scripturalization and the Aaronide Dynastiesshow/hide abstract 13 6 2013
Nir, Rivka “It Is Not Right For a Man Who Worships God to Repay His Neighbor Evil For Evil”: Christian Ethics in Joseph and Aseneth (Chapters 22–29)show/hide abstract 13 5 2013
Andrason, Alex An Optative Indicative? A Real Factual Past? Toward A Cognitive-Typological Approach to the Precative Qatalshow/hide abstract 13 4 2013
Harrington, Hannah K. The Use of Leviticus in Ezra-Nehemiahshow/hide abstract 13 3 2013
Rezetko, Robert The Qumran Scrolls of the Book of Judges: Literary Formation, Textual Criticism, and Historical Linguisticsshow/hide abstract 13 2 2013
Cataldo, Jeremiah W. Yahweh’s Breast: Interpreting Haggai’s Temple through Melanie Klein’s Projective Identification Theoryshow/hide abstract 13 1 2013
Cornell, Collin R. God and the Sea in Job 38show/hide abstract 12 18 2012
Winther-Nielsen, Nicolai Stones on Display in Joshua 6: The Linguistic Tree Constructor as a “PLOT” Toolshow/hide abstract 12 17 2012
Charney, Davida Keeping the Faithful: Persuasive Strategies in Psalms 4 and 62show/hide abstract 12 16 2012
Knohl, Israel Psalm 68: Structure, Composition and Geographyshow/hide abstract 12 15 2012
Gottlieb, Isaac B. Medieval Jewish Exegesis on Dual Incipitsshow/hide abstract 12 14 2012
Avioz, Michael The “Spring of the Year” (2 Chronicles 36:10) and the Chronicler's Sourcesshow/hide abstract 12 13 2012
Assis, Elie The Structure of Zechariah 8 and its Meaningshow/hide abstract 12 12 2012
Cox, Benjamin D. and Susan Ackerman Micah's Teraphimshow/hide abstract 12 11 2012
de Jong, Matthijs J. The Fallacy of ‘True and False’ in Prophecy Illustrated by Jer 28:8–9show/hide abstract 12 10 2012
Hutton, Jeremy M. and Safwat Marzouk The Morphology of the tG-Stem in Hebrew and tirgaltî in Hos 11:3show/hide abstract 12 9 2012
Andrason, Alexander Making It Sound—The Performative Qatal and its Explanation show/hide abstract 12 8 2012
Chapman, Cynthia R. “Oh that you were like a brother to me, one who had nursed at my mother’s breasts” Breast Milk as a Kinship-Forging Substanceshow/hide abstract 12 7 2012
Oswald, Wolfgang Foreign Marriages and Citizenship in Persian Period Judahshow/hide abstract 12 6 2012
Evans, Paul S. History in the Eye of the Beholder? Social Location and Allegations of Racial/Colonial Biases in Reconstructions of Sennacherib’s Invasion of Judahshow/hide abstract 12 5 2012
Lipschits, Oded Archaeological Facts, Historical Speculations and the Date of the LMLK Storage Jars: A Rejoinder to David Ussishkinshow/hide abstract 12 4 2012
Berge, Kåre Literacy, Utopia and Memory: Is There a Public Teaching in Deuteronomy?show/hide abstract 12 3 2012
Bridge, Edward J. Female Slave vs Female Slave: אָמָה and שִׁפְחָה in the HBshow/hide abstract 12 2 2012
Wolters, Al The Meaning of ṢANTĔRÔT (Zech 4:12)show/hide abstract 12 1 2012
Stackert, Jeffrey Compositional Strata in the Priestly Sabbath: Exodus 31:12-17 and 35:1-3show/hide abstract 11 15 2011
Holmstedt, Robert D. The Typological Classification of the Hebrew of Genesis: Subject-Verb or Verb-Subject?show/hide abstract 11 14 2011
Sutskover, Talia Lot and His Daughters (Gen 19:30–38). Further Literary and Stylistic Examinationsshow/hide abstract 11 13 2011
Finkelstein, Israel, Ido Koch and Oded Lipschits The Mound on the Mount: A Possible Solution to the “Problem with Jerusalem”show/hide abstract 11 12 2011
Shalom-Guy, Hava The Call Narratives of Gideon and Moses: Literary Convention or More?show/hide abstract 11 11 2011
Wallace, Robert E. The Narrative Effect of Psalms 84–89show/hide abstract 11 10 2011
van Wolde, Ellen and Robert Rezetko Semantics and the Semantics of ברא: A Rejoinder to the Arguments Advanced by B. Becking and M. Korpelshow/hide abstract 11 9 2011
Andrason, Alexander Biblical Hebrew Wayyiqtol: A Dynamic Definitionshow/hide abstract 11 8 2011
Frisch, Amos Comparison With David as a Means of Evaluating Character in the Book of Kingsshow/hide abstract 11 7 2011
Ganzel, Tova The Shattered Dream. The Prophecies of Joel: A Bridge between Ezekiel and Haggai?show/hide abstract 11 6 2011
Garsiel, Moshe David’s Elite Warriors and Their Exploits in the Books of Samuel and Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 11 5 2011
Bachmann, Veronika The Book of The Watchers (1 Enoch 1–36): An Anti-Mosaic, Non-Mosaic, or Even Pro-Mosaic Writing?show/hide abstract 11 4 2011
Campos, Martha E. Structure and Meaning in the Third Vision of Amos (7:7–17)show/hide abstract 11 3 2011
Doak, Brian R. “Some Worthless and Reckless Fellows”: Landlessness and Parasocial Leadership in Judgesshow/hide abstract 11 2 2011
Assis, Elie Zechariah 8 and its Allusions to Jeremiah 30–33 and Deutero-Isaiahshow/hide abstract 11 1 2011
Finkelstein, Israel Archaeology as a High Court in Ancient Israelite History: A Reply to Nadav Na’amanshow/hide abstract 10 19 2010
Samet, Nili “The Tallest Man Cannot Reach Heaven; the Broadest Man Cannot Cover Earth” – Reconsidering the Proverb and its Biblical Parallelsshow/hide abstract 10 18 2010
Melvin, David P. Divine Mediation and the Rise of Civilization in Mesopotamian Literature and in Genesis 1–11show/hide abstract 10 17 2010
Frankel, David El as the Speaking Voice in Psalm 82:6–8show/hide abstract 10 16 2010
Assis, Elie Zechariah 8 As Revision and Digest of Zechariah 1–7show/hide abstract 10 15 2010
Vermeulen, Karolien Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. Who Is The Craftiest To Go?show/hide abstract 10 14 2010
Miller, Marvin Lloyd Nehemiah 5: A Response to Philippe Guillaumeshow/hide abstract 10 13 2010
Hutzli, Jürg Tradition and Interpretation in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 12 2010
Landy, Francis Three Sides of a Coin: In Conversation with Ben Zvi And Nogalski, Two Sides of a Coinshow/hide abstract 10 11 2010
Andrason, Alexander The Panchronic Yiqtol: Functionally Consistent and Cognitively Plausibleshow/hide abstract 10 10 2010
Olyan, Saul M. (ed.) In Conversation With Joshua A. Berman, Created Equal: How the Bible Broke With Ancient Political Thought (Oxford University Press, 2008).show/hide abstract 10 9 2010
Guillaume, Philippe Nehemiah 5: No Economic Crisisshow/hide abstract 10 8 2010
Hobson, Russell Jeremiah 41 and the Ammonite Allianceshow/hide abstract 10 7 2010
Shemesh, Yael “And Many Beasts” (Jonah 4:11): The Function and Status of Animals in the Book of Jonahshow/hide abstract 10 6 2010
Garsiel, Moshe The Book of Samuel: Its Composition, Structure and Significance as a Historiographical Sourceshow/hide abstract 10 5 2010
Kletter, Raz and Gideon Solimani Archaeology and Professional Ethical Codes in Israel in the mid 80s: The Case of the Association of Archaeologists in Israel and Its Code of Ethicsshow/hide abstract 10 4 2010
Becking, Bob and Marjo C.A. Korpel To Create, to Separate or to Construct: An Alternative for a Recent Proposal as to the Interpretation of ברא in Gen 1:1–2:4ashow/hide abstract 10 3 2010
Broida, Marian Closure in Samsonshow/hide abstract 10 2 2010
Amar Zohar, Ram Bouchnick and Guy Bar-Oz The Contribution of Archaeozoology to the Identification of the Ritually Clean Ungulates Mentioned in The Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 10 1 2010
Van Seters, John A Response to G. Aichelle, P. Miscall and R. Walsh, “An Elephant in the Room: Historical-Critical and the Postmodern Interpretations of the Bible”show/hide abstract 9 26 2009
Savran, George Multivocality in Group Speech in Biblical Narrativeshow/hide abstract 9 25 2009
Finkelstein, Israel Persian Period Jerusalem and Yehud: A Rejoindershow/hide abstract 9 24 2009
Renz, Thomas A Perfectly Broken Acrostic in Nahum 1?show/hide abstract 9 23 2009
Vermeulen, Karolien To See or Not To See. The Polysemy of the Word עין in the Isaac Narratives (Gen 17–35)show/hide abstract 9 22 2009
Pinker, Aron Intrusion of Ptolemaic Reality on Cultic Practices in Qoh 4:17show/hide abstract 9 21 2009
Lipschits, Oded Persian Period Finds from Jerusalem: Facts and Interpretationsshow/hide abstract 9 20 2009
Holmstedt, Robert D. אני ולבי-The Syntactic Encoding of the Collaborative Nature of Qohelet's Experimentshow/hide abstract 9 19 2009
Knauf, Ernst Axel Observations on Judah's Social and Economic History and the Dating of the Laws in Deuteronomyshow/hide abstract 9 18 2009
Person Jr., Raymond F. (ed.) In Conversation With Thomas Römer, The So-Called Deuteronomistic History: A Sociological, Historical And Literary Introduction (London: T. & T. Clark, 2005).show/hide abstract 9 17 2009
Guillaume, Philippe Lamentations 5: The Seventh Acrosticshow/hide abstract 9 16 2009
Becking, Bob God-Talk for a Disillusioned Pilgrim in Psalm 121show/hide abstract 9 15 2009
Olyan, Saul M. The Ascription of Physical Disability as a Stigmatizing Strategy in Biblical Iconic Polemicsshow/hide abstract 9 14 2003
Gow, Andrew C. The Contested History of a Book: The German Bible of the Later Middle Ages and Reformation in Legend, Ideology, and Scholarshipshow/hide abstract 9 13 2009
Kennedy, James M. Psalm 29 as Semiotic System: A Linguistic Readingshow/hide abstract 9 12 2009
Boda, Mark J. (ed.) In Conversation with Steven Schweitzer, Reading Utopia in Chronicles (LHBOTS, 442; London: T. & T. Clark International, 2007)show/hide abstract 9 11 2009
Gilmour, Rachelle Suspense and Anticipation in 1 Samuel 9:1–14show/hide abstract 9 10 2009
Timmer, Daniel The Intertextual Israelite Jonah Face À L'empire: The Post-Colonial Significance of The Book's Cotexts and Purported Neo-Assyrian Contextshow/hide abstract 9 9 2009
Spronk, Klaas Jonah, Nahum, and the Book of the Twelve: A Response to Jakob Wöhrleshow/hide abstract 9 8 2009
Wöhrle, Jakob A Prophetic Reflection on Divine Forgiveness: The Integration of the Book of Jonah into the Book of the Twelveshow/hide abstract 9 7 2009
Guillaume, Philippe Rhetorical Reading Redundant: A Response to Ehud Ben Zvishow/hide abstract 9 6 2009
Ben Zvi, Ehud Jonah 4:11 and the Metaprophetic Character of the Book of Jonahshow/hide abstract 9 5 2009
Bolin, Thomas M. Eternal Delight and Deliciousness: The Book of Jonah After Ten Yearsshow/hide abstract 9 4 2009
Guillaume, Philippe Arguing under the Qiqayon: An Introduction to a Set of Articles on Jonahshow/hide abstract 9 3 2009
Athas, George In Search of the Seventy ‘Weeks’ of Daniel 9show/hide abstract 9 2 2009
Christian, Mark A. Priestly Power that Empowers: Michel Foucault, Middle-tier Levites, and the Sociology of “Popular Religious Groups” in Israelshow/hide abstract 9 1 2009
Young, Ian Late Biblical Hebrew And The Qumran Pesher Habakkukshow/hide abstract 8 25 2008
Na'aman, Nadav Shaaraim - The Gateway To The Kingdom Of Judahshow/hide abstract 8 24 2008
Steinmann, Andrew E. Letters of Kings about Votive Offerings, The God of Israel and the Aramaic Document in Ezra 4:8–6:18show/hide abstract 8 23 2008
Garfinkel, Yosef and Saar Ganor Khirbet Qeiyafa: Sha`arayimshow/hide abstract 8 22 2008
Na'aman, Nadav In Search of the Ancient Name of Khirbet Qeiyafashow/hide abstract 8 21 2008
Dobbs-Allsopp, F. W. Psalm 133: A (Close) Readingshow/hide abstract 8 20 2008
Assis, Elie The Temple in the Book of Haggaishow/hide abstract 8 19 2008
Avioz, Michael Saul as a Just Judge in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jewsshow/hide abstract 8 18 2008
Kline, Moshe “The Editor was Nodding” A Reading of Leviticus 19 in Memory of Mary Douglasshow/hide abstract 8 17 2008
Jacobs, Jonathan Characterizing Esther from the Outset: The Contribution of the Story in Esther 2:1–20show/hide abstract 8 16 2008
Römer, Thomas Moses Outside the Torah and the Construction of a Diaspora Identityshow/hide abstract 8 15 2008
Basser, Herb Did Rashi Notice a Janus Parallelism in Ezek 20:37?show/hide abstract 8 14 2008
Scatolini Apóstolo, Silvio Sergio Imagining Ezekielshow/hide abstract 8 13 2008
Wright, David P. Deciphering a Definition: The Syntagmatic Structural Analysis of Ritual in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 12 2008
Schmitt, Rüdiger The Problem of Magic and Monotheism in the Book of Leviticusshow/hide abstract 8 11 2008
Olyan, Saul M. Mary Douglas's Holiness/Wholeness Paradigm: Its Potential for Insight and its Limitationsshow/hide abstract 8 10 2008
Marx, Alfred The Relationship between the Sacrificial Laws and the Other Laws in Leviticus 19show/hide abstract 8 9 2008
Hendel, Ronald Mary Douglas and Anthropological Modernismshow/hide abstract 8 8 2008
Hendel, Ronald and Saul M. Olyan Beyond Purity and Danger: Mary Douglas and The Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 8 7 2008
Pinker, Aron The Doings of the Wicked in Qohelet 8:10show/hide abstract 8 6 2008
Shemesh, Yael Elisha Stories as Saints' Legendsshow/hide abstract 8 5 2008
Shemesh, Yael Elisha and The Miraculous Jug of Oil(2 Kgs 4:1–7)show/hide abstract 8 4 2008
Cook, John A. The Vav-Prefixed Verb Forms in Elementary Hebrew Grammarshow/hide abstract 8 3 2008
Kletter, Raz The Friends of Antiquities (in Heb. נאמני עתיקות): The Story of an Israeli Volunteer Group and Comparative Remarksshow/hide abstract 8 2 2008
Stein, David E. S. The Noun אִישׁ ('îš) in Biblical Hebrew: A Term of Affiliationshow/hide abstract 8 1 2008
Guillaume, Philippe A Reconsideration of Manuscripts Classified as Scrolls of the Twelve Minor Prophets (XII)show/hide abstract 7 16 2007
Guillaume, Philippe The Unlikely Malachi-Jonah Sequence (4QXIIa)show/hide abstract 7 15 2007
Ben Zvi, Ehud (ed.) Rereading Oracles of God: Twenty Years After John Barton, Oracles of God: Perceptions of Prophecy in Israel after the Exile (London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1986)show/hide abstract 7 14 2007
Bodner, Keith Crime Scene Investigation: A Text-Critical Mystery and the Strange Death of Ishboshethshow/hide abstract 7 13 2007
Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Revisiting the Composition of Ezra-Nehemiah: In Conversation with Jacob Wright's Rebuilding Identity: The Nehemiah Memoir and its Earliest Readers (BZAW, 348; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2004)show/hide abstract 7 12 2007
Assis, Elie Composition, Rhetoric and Theology in Haggai 1:1–11show/hide abstract 7 11 2007
Leuchter, Mark (ed.) Scribes Before and After 587 BCE: A Conversationshow/hide abstract 7 10 2007
Van Seters, John Author or Redactor?show/hide abstract 7 9 2007
Pinker, Aron A Goat to Go to Azazelshow/hide abstract 7 8 2007
Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Expatriates, Repatriates, and the Question of Zion's Status – In Conversation with Melody D. Knowles, Centrality Practiced: Jerusalem in the Religious Practices of Yehud and the Diaspora in the Persian Period (Atlanta, SBL, 2006).show/hide abstract 7 7 2007
Boer, Roland Keeping It Literal: The Economy of the Song of Songsshow/hide abstract 7 6 2007
Sneed, Mark "White Trash” Wisdom: Proverbs 9 Deconstructedshow/hide abstract 7 5 2007
Noegel, Scott B. “Word Play” in Qohelethshow/hide abstract 7 4 2007
Fried, Lisbeth S. Did Second Temple High Priests Possess the Urim and Thummim?show/hide abstract 7 3 2007
Vanderhooft, David (ed.) In Conversation with Oded Lipschits, The Fall and Rise of Jerusalem (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005)show/hide abstract 7 2 2007
Henige, David Found But Not Lost: A Skeptical Note on the Document Discovered in the Temple Under Josiahshow/hide abstract 7 1 2007
Holmstedt, Robert D. Issues in the Linguistic Analysis of a Dead Language, with Particular Reference to Ancient Hebrewshow/hide abstract 6 11 2006
Wöhrle, Jakob The Formation and Intention of the Haggai-Zechariah Corpusshow/hide abstract 6 10 2006
Gilders, William K. Why Does Eleazar Sprinkle the Red Cow Blood? Making Sense of a Biblical Ritualshow/hide abstract 6 9 2006
Pinker, Aron Nahum and the Greek Tradition on Nineveh's Fallshow/hide abstract 6 8 2006
Scatolini Apóstolo, Silvio Sergio On The Elusiveness and Malleability of “Israel”show/hide abstract 6 7 2006
Tebes, Juan Manuel “You Shall Not Abhor an Edomite, for He is Your Brother”: The Tradition of Esau and the Edomite Genealogies from an Anthropological Perspectiveshow/hide abstract 6 6 2006
Benun, Ronald Evil and the Disruption of Order: A Structural Analysis of the Acrostics in the First Book of Psalmsshow/hide abstract 6 5 2006
Carr, David M. (ed.) The State of the Field of Hebrew Bible Study: In Conversation with John J. Collins, The Bible After Babel: Historical Criticism in a Postmodern Age (Eerdmans, 2005)show/hide abstract 6 4 2006
Kim, Yung Suk Lex Talionis in Exod 21:22–25: Its Origin and Contextshow/hide abstract 6 3 2006
Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) Chronicles and the Chronicler: A Response to I. Kalimi, An Ancient Israelite Historian: Studies in the Chronicler, his Time, Place and Writingshow/hide abstract 6 2 2006
Pinker, Aron The Core Story in the Prologue-Epilogue of the Book of Jobshow/hide abstract 6 1 2006
Knowles, Melody D. (ed.) New Studies in Chronicles: A Discussion of Two Recently-Published Commentariesshow/hide abstract 5 20 2005
Assis, Elie “The Hand of a Woman”: Deborah and Yael (Judges 4)show/hide abstract 5 19 2005
Knoppers, Gary N. (ed.) In Conversation with W. M. Schniedewind, How the Bible Became a Book: The Textualization of Ancient Israel (Cambridge, 2003)show/hide abstract 5 18 2005
Davies, Philip. R. The Origin of Biblical Israelshow/hide abstract 5 17 2005
Avioz, Michael Could Saul Rule Forever? A New Look at 1 Samuel 13:13–14show/hide abstract 5 16 2005
Britt, Brian Death, Social Conflict, and the Barley Harvest in the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 5 15 2005
Kummerow, David Job, Hopeful or Hopeless? The Significance of גם in Job 16:19 and Job's Changing Conceptions of Deathshow/hide abstract 5 14 2005
Guillaume, Philippe Tracing the Origin of the Sabbatical Calendar in the Priestly Narrative (Genesis 1 to Joshua 5)show/hide abstract 5 13 2005
Pinker, Aron On the meaning of קשת נחושהshow/hide abstract 5 12 2005
Landy, Francis A Rejoinder to A. Brenner, “Regulating ‘Sons’ and ‘Daughters’ in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some Preliminary Insights”show/hide abstract 5 11 2005
Brenner, Athalya Regulating ‘Sons’ and ‘Daughters’ in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some Preliminary Insightsshow/hide abstract 5 10 2005
Guillaume, Philippe New Light on the Nebiim from Alexandria: A Chronography to Replace the Deuteronomistic Historyshow/hide abstract 5 9 2004
Noegel, Scott Geminate Ballast and Clustering: An Unrecognized Literary Feature in Ancient Semitic Poetryshow/hide abstract 5 8 2004
Pinker, Aron The Hard "Sell” in Nah 3:4show/hide abstract 5 7 2004
Schniedewind, William M. Prolegomena for the Sociolinguistics of Classical Hebrewshow/hide abstract 5 6 2004
Doudna, Greg Ostraca KhQ1 and KhQ2 from the Cemetary of Qumran: A New Editionshow/hide abstract 5 5 2004
Grayson, A. Kirk Shalmaneser III and the Levantine States: The Damascus Coalition Rebellion"show/hide abstract 5 4 2004
Haase, Ingrid M. Uzzah's Rebellionshow/hide abstract 5 3 2004
Linville, James R. Letting the “Bi-word” “Rule” in Joel 2:17show/hide abstract 5 2 2004
Najm, S. & Ph. Guillaume Jubilee Calendar Rescued from The Flood Narrativeshow/hide abstract 5 1 2004
Malul, Meir Ledabbēr baššelî (2 Sam. 3:27) "to Talk Peace”show/hide abstract 4 8 2002
Pinker, Aron Upon an Attack in Nahum 2:2show/hide abstract 4 7 2002
Leuchter, Mark Something Old, Something Older: Reconsidering 1 Sam. 2:27–36show/hide abstract 4 6 2002
Kletter, Raz A Very General Archaeologist - Moshe Dayan and Israeli Archaeologyshow/hide abstract 4 5 2002
Liss, Hanna Undisclosed Speech: Patterns of Communication in the Book of Isaiahshow/hide abstract 4 4 2002
Mitchell, Christine Accession in Chronicles: Transformations in Meaning: Solomon's Accession in Chroniclesshow/hide abstract 4 3 2002
Heard, R. Christopher Echoes of Genesis in 1 Chronicles 4:9–10: An Intertextual and Contextual Reading of Jabez's Prayershow/hide abstract 4 2 2002
Lipschits, Oded “Jehoiakim Slept with His Fathers…” - Did He?show/hide abstract 4 1 2002
Boda, Mark J. Oil, Crowns and Thrones: Prophet, Priest and Kingin Zechariah 1:7–6:15show/hide abstract 3 10 2001
Cohn Eskenazi, Tamara Nehemiah 9–10: Structure and Significanceshow/hide abstract 3 9 2001
Scatolini, Silvio Sergio Delimiting the Countours of Israel in Ezek 12:21–15 and 12:26–28show/hide abstract 3 8 2001
Huddlestun, John R. Unveiling the Versions: The Tactics of Tamar in Genesis 38:15show/hide abstract 3 7 2001
de Caën, Vincent Hebrew Linguistics and Biblical Criticism: A Minimalist Programmeshow/hide abstract 3 6 2001
Bauer, Uwe F. W. A Metaphorical Etiology in Judges 18:12show/hide abstract 3 5 2001
Knoppers, Gary N. “Great Among His Brothers,” but Who is He? Heterogeneity in the Composition of Judah?show/hide abstract 3 4 2000
Jenkins, Allan K. Erasmus' Commentary on Psalm 2show/hide abstract 3 3 2000
Wesselius, Jan-Wim Towards a New History of Israelshow/hide abstract 3 2 2000
Lemche, Niels Peter On the Problems of Reconstructing Pre-Hellenistic Israelite (Palestinian) Historyshow/hide abstract 3 1 2000
Rendsburg, Gary A. Confused Language as a Deliberate Literary Device in Biblical Hebrew Narrativeshow/hide abstract 2 6 1999
Landy, Francis Leviticus, Deconstruction and the Bodyshow/hide abstract 2 5 1999
Bergen, David A. Bakhtin Revisits Deuteronomy: Narrative Theory and the Dialogical Event of Deut 31:2 and 34:7show/hide abstract 2 4 1999
Linville, James R. On the Nature of Rethinking Prophetic Literature: Stirring a Neglected Stew (A Response to David L. Petersen)show/hide abstract 2 3 1999
Bauer, Uwe F. W. Anti-Jewish Interpretations of Psalm 1 in Luther and in Modern German Protestantismshow/hide abstract 2 2 1998
Sweeney, Marvin A. A Form-Critical Rereading of Hoseashow/hide abstract 2 1 1998
Lee, Bernon A Specific Application of the Proverb in Ecclesiastes 1:15show/hide abstract 1 6 1997
Davies, Philip R Loose Canons. Reflections on the Formation of the Hebrew Bibleshow/hide abstract 1 5 1997
Fox, Michael V. What Happens in Qohelet 4:13–16?show/hide abstract 1 4 1997
de Tillesse, Caetano Minette The Conquest of Power: Analysis of David and Solomon's Accession Historiesshow/hide abstract 1 3 1997
Miller, Cynthia L., Kenneth M. Craig Jr. and Raymond F. Person Jr. Conversation Analysis and the Book of Jonah:A Conversationshow/hide abstract 1 2 1997
Utzschneider, Helmut Text - Reader - Author. Towards a Theory of Exegesis: Some European Viewsshow/hide abstract 1 1 1996

Open Access Journal: Lucentum

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Lucentum
ISSN 0213-2338
La revista Lucentum es elórgano de difusión científica de lasÁreas de Conocimiento de Prehistoria, Arqueologíae Historia Antigua de la Universidad de Alicante, abiertatambién a investigadores de otros organismos y centros. Elprimer número se publicó en el año1982, y desde entonces se han publicado veinticinco números,agrupados en quince volúmenes, con un total de 185artículos en su mayor parte de temas alicantinos yvalencianos, aunque con un porcentaje importante también detrabajos relacionados con la prehistoria, la arqueología yla historia antigua españolas en sus distintas facetas o detrabajos de índole teórica y general. Los autoresson profesores de la Universidad de Alicante, profesores investigadoresde distintos centros españoles y europeos. La revista hasido pionera en entender la Arqueología de una forma ampliay moderna, superando la tradicional identificación con laArqueología antigua y prehistórica e incorporandotemas de Arqueología medieval y moderna, así comoenfoques de tipo etnográfico y etnoarqueológico.

Workmen's Huts in the Theban Mountains Project

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Workmen's Huts in the Theban Mountains Project
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The Workmen’s Huts in the Theban Mountains (WHTM) Project forms part of a research project called People and Environment. A multidisciplinary study on human agency, housing constructions,  and social and ritual space in Egypt 1550-1069 BC with special focus on the Station de Repos area.   
                                                                                                                                         
This is a five-year project taking place 1.8.2008–31.7.2013 directed by Dr. Jaana Toivari-Viitala. The project is funded by the Academy of Finland and undertaken at the University of Helsinki in association with the Finnish Egyptological Society. The international partners of the project are The Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) in Egypt and the University of Basel in Switzerland as well as the Náprstek Museum in the Czech Republic... 
 

Open Access Journal: Estudios clásicos

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Estudios clásicos
ISSN 0014-1453
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Estudios Clásicos (EClás), con ISSN 0014-1453, es una revista de periodicidad semestral, fundada en 1950 y órgano de difusión de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos. 

Consta de tres secciones: Artículos, Reseñas y Actividades de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos.

La revista recibe contribuciones relacionadas con el mundo grecolatino y su pervivencia, que se pueden inscribir dentro de los apartados temáticos de Cultura Clásica, Actualización científica y bibliográfica y Didáctica de las lenguas clásicas. Además de estas secciones, la revista ha creado la sección Investigador invitado, destinada a la publicación de un artículo traducido al castellano de un investigador extranjero que ofrezca nuevas aproximaciones o aspectos relevantes sobre temas de interés de la SEEC.

Open Access Journal: Chronika

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Chronika: The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology Graduate Student Journal
ISSN: 2159-9904
EISSN: 2159-9912
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Chronika is an interdisciplinary journal for graduate students studying the art and archaeology of the Mediterranean world. 
Chronika, like its parent organization The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA), promotes interdisciplinary dialogues and innovative approaches to the study of the past. Chronika is an open access journal and aims to publish cutting edge research in a timely fashion and make it widely available to the scholarly community. We encourage collaborative, interdisciplinary scholarship by making the content of our journal freely available online.
Chronika is produced by University at Buffalo graduate students, but welcomes submissions from graduate students at other colleges and universities worldwide. Students are encouraged to submit an article here.
Chronika Volume 3
Chronika Volume 2
Chronika Volume 1

Open Access Journal: Les Cahiers du Centre de Recherches Historiques

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Les Cahiers du Centre de Recherches Historiques
ISSN: 1760-7906
En créant les Cahiers du Centre de Recherches Historiques, en 1988, le CRH s’est doté d’une revue régulière dont l’ambition était de fournir à un grand laboratoire de recherche un instrument d’information et de publication des principaux éléments ou lignes de force de son activité scientifique. Il s’agissait aussi de donner une plus grande identité au Centre, dont la grande diversité risquait d’aboutir à une perception floue de ses directions de travail et de sa production ; Centre fort de plus de cent membres, dont la notoriété leur permettait de valoriser ailleurs leurs résultats.
Pari tenu, puisqu’en plus de vingt ans d’existence, la majorité des chercheurs ont présenté au moins une fois leurs travaux, et la revue a publié, à raison de deux numéros par an, des dossiers thématiques portés par plusieurs équipes du laboratoire, et bien souvent des dossiers transversaux qui ont relié entre eux des groupes de recherches spécifiques. Il serait trop long ici de les rappeler et injuste d’en éclairer seulement quelques exemples.

Le CRH a souhaité valoriser les Cahiers sur Internet et a numérisé les 45 numéros publiés entre 1988 et 2010. Valérie Gratsac-Legendre et Cécile Soudan se sont chargées de la mise en ligne de ces archives.

Ammianus Marcellinus Online Project

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Ammianus Marcellinus Online Project
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“This is the history of events from the reign of the emperor Nerva to the death of Valens, which I, a former soldier and a Greek (miles quondam et Graecus), have composed to the best of my ability. It claims to be the truth, which I have never ventured to pervert either by silence or a lie.” (Amm. Marc. 31.16.9)

“an accurate and faithful guide, who has composed the history of his own times without indulging the prejudices and passions which usually affect the mind of a contemporary” (Edward Gibbon)

“Ammianus is… a great historian, a man of penetrating intelligence and of remarkable fairness…” (A.H.M. Jones)

“the greatest literary genius that the world produced between Tacitus and Dante” (Stein)

This site introduces Ammianus and his work by means of a biography, short essays on important persons in and aspects of his work, a bibliography of important and recent publications.

The site is under permanent construction. Suggestions for improvement, additions to the bibliography and short essays are very welcome. Please contact Jan Willem Drijvers (j.w.drijvers@rug.nl).

Open Access Journal: Papyrologica Lupiensia

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Papyrologica Lupiensia
e-ISSN: 1591-2221

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Papyrologica Lupiensiaè una pubblicazione del Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e di Scienze Filosofiche dell'Università di Lecce e del Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi Papirologici.

In questa rivista confluiscono i risultati delle ricerche promosse e sostenute dalla Cattedra di Papirologia e dall'insegnamento di Papirologia Ercolanese dell'Ateneo leccese.
La rivista nasce nel 1991 ed ha periodicità annuale.





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Open Access Series: Gli Album del Centro di Studi Papirologici dell'Università degli Studi di Lecce

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Gli Album del Centro di Studi Papirologici dell'Università degli Studi di Lecce
Gli Album del Centro di Studi Papirologici espongono prevalentemente i risultati delle ricerche ed attività svolte o variamente promosse dal Centro di Studi Papirologici dell'Università di Lecce. Caratteristica fondamentale della Collana è la presenza, accanto al testo, di un ricco corredo iconografico.

2012

S. Ammirati, M. Capasso, M. C. Cavalieri, P. Davoli, D. Internullo, P. Musardo, G. Alvar Minaya, N. Pellé, E. Pisanello
Full Version (PDF)
(Gli Album del Centro di Studi Papirologici dell'Università degli Studi di Lecce, 7 / 2011)
ISBN: 978-88-6760-051-9
e-ISBN: 978-88-8305-096-1

Table of Contents


Frontespizio     PDF

1-2

Introduzione     PDF
Mario Capasso 3

L’attività archeologica     PDF
Paola Davoli 4-9

L’attività editoriale     PDF
Natascia Pellé 10-15

L’attività di restauro     PDF
Natascia Pellé 15-21

Il Museo Papirologico: le collezioni e le attività     PDF
Piera Musardo 22-27

Il Museo Papirologico: la Biblioteca di Egittologia e di Papirologia “Luca Trombi”, il Soknopaiou Nesos Project e gli Archivi della Missione Archeologica del Centro     PDF
Elvira Pisanello 28-30

Le Scuole Estive     PDF
Natascia Pellé 31-34

L’attività seminariale e l’attività divulgativa     PDF
Natascia Pellé 34-36

Gli studi sui papiri ercolanesi     PDF
Maria Clara Cavalieri 36-40

Il Centro e gli studi paleografici     PDF
Serena Ammirati 41-45

Il Centro e l’Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica     PDF
Natascia Pellé 46-48

L’immagine grafica del Centro di Studi Papirologici     PDF
Giuseppe Alvar Minaya 48-50

Indice dei primi ventuno volumi dei «Papyrologica Lupiensia» (1992-2012)     PDF
Dario Internullo 51-60

Indice dei collaboratori e tavole     PDF

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Indice generale     PDF
91-92

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Indexes to the Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia. Early Period

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From Grant Frame
RIME Name Indices

Name indices for RIME 1-4 (Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia. Early Period. Volumes 1, 2, 3/1, 3/2, and 4) are now available at the Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period website:

<http://oracc.museum.upenn.edu/rinap/namesindex/>.

The indices include:  Personal Names; Geographic, Ethnic, and Tribal Names; Divine, Planet, and Star Names; Gate, Palace, Temple, and Wall Names; and Object Names.

These indices have been prepared by Dr. Jamie Novotny and Dr. Josh Jeffers.

The name indices for all of the published RIM volumes (RIMA, RIMB and RIME) are now available at the above site.

New Open Access Journal: Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology

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Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology
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The Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology is seeking to publish profound, rigorous, well-written, high-quality, high-impact papers to generate discussion, debate, fresh perspective.
The research area is the European continent and the Near East in the Greek-Roman times. The topics are: ancient history, ancient philology, epigraphy, papyrology, numismatics, archaeological material, archaeological reports, digital archaeology, archaeometry, reviews.
We intend to have four issues per year.
We strongly encourage the interdisciplinary or ‘bridge-building’ approach of different academic disciplines.
We will use a peer-review system.
The readers will have free access and a pdf version of the published materials will be available for download.
We want to make the Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology a ‘must read’ publication for those who want to learn more about Ancient History.

Vol 1, No 1 (2014)

No. 1.1 /2014 Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14795/j.v1i1

Table of Contents

Archaeological material and reports

THE DACIAN FORTRESS FROM COSTEŞTI-BLIDARU – RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH. THE TOWERS FROM LA VĂMI, POIANA LUI MIHU, PLATOUL FAERAGULUI PDF
Adriana Pescaru, Gelu Florea, Razvan Mateescu, Paul Pupeză, Cătălin Cristescu, Cristina Bodo, Eugen Pescaru

Ancient History

ABOUT PRISMATIC ANTLER PENDANTS FROM SÂNTANA DE MUREŞ-CERNJACHOV CULTURE PDF
Ciucălău Daniel
MAPS OF ROMAN DACIA. I. THE MAP OF PETRUS KAERIUS (1571-1646) PDF
Florin Fodorean
THE MAP OF ROMAN DACIA IN THE RECENT STUDIES PDF
Szabo Csaba

Numismatics

DIES FOR STRIKING REPUBLICAN AND EARLY IMPERIAL COINS FROM MOESIA AND THRACE: ANCIENT FORGERIES OR SOMETHING ELSE? PDF
Evgeni I. Paunov
ROTEZ – THE ROMANIAN DATABASE OF ANCIENT HOARDS. MOMENTS OF VIOLENCE IN ROMAN TIMES PDF
Cristian Găzdac, Angela Lumezeanu

Book Review

POLEIS IN THE BLACK SEA AREA: INTER-PONTIC RELATIONS AND LOCAL PRODUCTIONS. THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COLLOQUIUM ORGANIZED BY THE VASILE PÂRVAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE IAŞI BRANCH OF THE ROMANIAN ACADEMY PDF
Cosmin Mihail Coatu
HISTORY OF ROMAN COINAGE IN BRITAIN PDF
Marius Grigore Stan
EX ORIENTE AD DANUBIUM; THE SYRIAN UNITS ON THE DANUBE FRONTIER OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE PDF
Petru Ureche

Open Access Journal: Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization

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Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization
ISSN: 0083-4300

Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization were created in 1991 as an irregular series which in the first place served as a forum for the presentation of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and studies provided by its researchers. The series was originated by professor Joachim Śliwa, who was also its first Editor in Chief, and since 2010 this function has been fulfilled by professor Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka. Since vol. 10 (2007) SAAC has become a regular yearly periodical. 
Until present fifteen volumes have been published, among them two monographic studies (vols. 3 and 11, the latter being Pontika 2006 conference proceedings edited by E. Papuci-Władyka) and three volumes dedicated to distinguished researchers from our Institute on occasion of their jubilees (vols. 8 – professor Maria Ludwika Bernhard, 14 – professor Joachim Śliwa and 15 – professor Janusz A. Ostrowski).
SAAC publishes papers in the fields of archaeology, art and civilization of ancient Egypt, the Near East, Greece and its colonies, Cyprus and Rome, as well as other, non-Mediterranean ancient civilizations, and also in history of archaeology, collecting of antiquities and reception of ancient culture in modern Europe. Special attention is being given to topics concerning predynastic and early-dynastic Egypt, the Greek and Roman periods in the Black Sea region, and archaeology of Cyprus, due to the excavations conducted by researchers from our Institute in these areas. Objects and artefacts from these excavations are being published in SAAC.
Since 2011 (vol. 15) the publisher has been Księgarnia Akademicka Ltd. in Krakow. Starting with volume 16 (2012) external review procedure will be introduced, compliant to the double-blind review process (anonymity of both reviewed author and reviewer). The referees will be both members of the Editorial Board and other researchers. The list of referees will be published on the journal’s website.
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      Video: iLatin and eGreek - Ancient Languages and New Technology, February 1, 2014

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      iLatin and eGreek - Ancient Languages and New Technology, February 1, 2014
      A Council of University Classics Departments Teaching and Learning Symposium hosted by the Open University, UK and supported by the Institute for Classical Studies
      The Open University, Hawley Crescent, Camden

      The iLatin and eGreek one-day conference explored the use and effectiveness of new technology in teaching classical languages. Presentations focussed on resources and pedagogy: the materials out there for learners and teachers of Greek and Latin, and the problems new technology might help to address. They also explored ways of evaluating the effectiveness of technology for enhancing pedagogy and suggested guiding principles for the development of interactive websites, apps and other technology-based resources.
      The focus of the day was on language teaching at UK universities, but there was valuable input and inspiration from secondary education, from modern languages and from other countries, including America and Germany.  The conference participants reflected on how the teaching of classical languages is changing in the twenty-first century and considered how innovations in pedagogy and technology might help to improve the student learning experience.

      Through the generosity of the Institute of Classical Studies (School of Advanced Study, University of London), the Higher Education Academy, the Council of University Classics Departments and the Open University, there was no conference fee and no charge for lunch and refreshments. Travel bursaries were also awarded to a number of students.

      Videos of all presentations are now available via the links below:

      Programme

      Introduction
      Dr James Robson / Mair Lloyd, The Open UniversityWelcome and themes of the day


      Session 1
      Dr James Robson, The Open University
      Open access Latin and Greek resources at the OU: current projects and future directions



      Session 2 Prof. Alison Sharrock, University of ManchesterOnline Training for Reading Latin


      Session 3 Dr Nick Lowe, Royal Holloway, University of LondonAdventures in 24/7 Latin: VLEs, spaced repetition, and roll-your-own apps

      Show-and-Tell session
      Session 4
      Mair Lloyd, The Open UniversityFinding the Gap: some contrasts between ancient and modern language eLearning


      Session 5
      Steve Hunt, University of CambridgeThe Digital Classics Classroom: plaything or catalyst for pedagogical improvement?


      Session 6
      Bartolo Natoli, University of Texas (online from Texas)eLearning in the Flipped Classroom
      Round Table Discussion:
      ways forward with ancient language teaching and learning

      Twitter Coverage

      Participants at the conference were encouraged to tweet with the hashtag #iLeG and the event has been ‘storified’ here.