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Onlineportal Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde Graz

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Onlineportal Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde Graz
http://gams.uni-graz.at/archive/objects/context:age/datastreams/THUMBNAIL/content
Mehrere Projekte des Instituts für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde verdichten sich hier zu einem Onlineportal Alte Geschichte:
"Zwischen Hellenenbewußtsein und Poliszugehörigkeit", kurz Ethnos, befasst sich mit der Ausprägung einer kollektiven Identität, die seit dem 8. Jh. v. Chr. durch die Zersplitterung eines großen Teils der griechischen Mittelmeerwelt in Stadtstaaten (Poleis) zu beobachten ist. Eine Sammlung kommentierter Quellen soll Aufschlüsse über Bündnisse bzw. Feindschaften griechischer Poleis geben.
Das Projekt "Gewalt in antiken Gesellschaften" geht der Frage nach der Empfindung und Darstellung von Gewalt in der Antike nach. Dazu werden gewaltschildernde Textpassagen griechischer und lateinischer Autoren ausgewählt. Im Laufe des Jahres 2011 sollen diese textlichen Darstellungen durch eine Bildersammlung ergänzt werden.
Das bereits 2007 umgesetzte Projekt "Spectatores" bietet Quellen zum Zuschauerwesen im Altertum in Original und Übersetzung. Ergänzt wird das Material durch bibliographische Hinweise.
Die Numismatische Sammlung des Instituts umfasst beinahe 4000 antike Münzen, großteils römerzeitliche Prägungen. Die elektronische Beschreibung des Bestandes enthält Digitalisate wie auch umfangreiche Beschreibungen der Objekte.
Das Institut verwahrt auch eine Epigraphische Sammlung in Form von ca. 1000 Abklatschen lateinischer und griechischer Inschriften. Diese stehen in Faksimileform wie auch mit Transkription, Kommentar und Übersetzung für Studierende, Lehrende und Forschende online zur Verfügung.
An der Fertigstellung des Projektes "Prosopographie der antiken Hetären" wird derzeit noch gearbeitet.
Das Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung zeichnet für den technischen Rahmen - in Form eines Asset Management Systems - und das Design verantwortlich. Die Daten liegen im XML-Format vor und stehen damit auch zukünftigen Portallösungen flexibel zur Verfügung.

Open Access Journal: Wiener Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte online (WBAGon)

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Wiener Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte online (WBAGon)
ISSN: 2664-1100
Die Wiener Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte online (WBAGon) ist eine Reihe, die für Publikationen aus dem Bereich der Alten Geschichte und Altertumskunde sowie der Epigraphik und Papyrologie zur Verfügung steht. Das können sowohl monographische Werke als auch Sammlungsbände, wie etwa Akten zu Kongressen, umfassen.
Die WBAGon möchten für Autoren von höchstqualifizierten Publikationen eine rasche und unkomplizierte Plattform bieten, ihre wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse einem möglichst breiten Publikum frei zugänglich machen.
Interessierte Autoren können direkt mit der Redaktion in Kontakt treten.
Manuskripte können als Worddokumente (doc oder docx) sowie als PDF per E-Mail an die Redaktion (franziska.beutler@univie.ac.at; katharina.knaepper@univie.ac.at) eingereicht werden. Die Autoren werden gebeten, für eine Einheitlichkeit der Zitierweise innerhalb eines Bandes zu sorgen. Es werden unten stehende Richtlinien empfohlen, aber auch andere Zitierweisen werden akzeptiert. Eine individuelle Gestaltung nach den Bedürfnissen des Bandes ist nach Absprache mit der Redaktion möglich.
Für Inhalt und Form der Beiträge sind sachlich und rechtlich allein die Autoren bzw. die Herausgeber des Bandes verantwortlich
Bd. 3 (2020): Municipal Structures in Roman Spain and Roman Italy. A Comparison, Proceedings of the Colloquium Vienna, 3rd July 2018
Municipal Structures in Roman Spain and Roman Italy. A Comparison
Proceedings of the Colloquium
Vienna, 3rd July 2018

edited by Federico Russo

Idem ius municipi flavi Irntiani esto, quod esset, si municipi Italiae libertus esset. Questa breve citazione, tratta da un capitolo della Lex Irnitana che pone un preciso parallelo tra il municipio irnitano e un qualunque municipio sul suolo italico a proposito della procedura della manumissio, sintetizza in modo icastico l’essenza e lo spirito dell’incontro internazionale che è stato ospitato dall’Institut für Alte Geshichte dell’Università di Vienna nel luglio 2018. In sintesi, la premessa da cui i lavori hanno preso l’avvio, e che è alla base dei contributi raccolti nelle prossime pagine, si fonda sulla considerazione che ciò che valeva per una comunità spagnola, poteva valere anche per una comunità italica, e viceversa, ad indicare una stretta vicinanza tra aree pure così distanti (e non solo dal punto di vista geografico)
La vicinanza in tema di norme, leggi, regolamenti e disposizioni varie tra i municipi (o le colonie) della Spagna romana e le comunità dell’Italia appare come fatto noto già in età antica, e come tale è stato a più riprese studiato dalla critica moderna. Naturalmente, a questi due poli se ne aggiunge un terzo, vale a dire Roma, che, con la sua produzione legislativa relativa alla gestione dell’Impero ma anche dell’urbs stessa, avrà senza dubbio funzionato da punto di riferimento (o modello tout court), più o meno diretto, per le leggi che regolavano la vita amministrativa delle comunità locali, italiche e provinciali.
Alla luce di tali richiami, espressamente denunciati dalla documentazione epigrafica a nostra disposizione, è parso tanto doveroso quanto stimolante esplorare ulteriormente alcuni aspetti delle strutture amministrative dei centri locali spagnoli e italici per individuare ulteriori analogie e differenze tra di essi, spesso rimaste in ombra o inesplorate. Un approccio di questo tipo ha certo contribuito a migliorare la nostra conoscenza delle strutture ammnistrative locali e, per conseguenza, le modalità tramite cui, al momento di una fondazione coloniale o municipale, le leggi di un centro locale assumevano la loro fisionomia.
Vorrei concludere questa breve introduzione esprimendo la mia gratitudine, oltre che agli autori, agli ospiti e ai partecipanti del Convegno, all’Austrian Science Fund (FWF), che ha finanziato l’incontro entro il Progetto M-2142, e all’Institut für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde, Papyrologie und Epigraphik dell’Università di Vienna, che lo ha ospitato e supportato.
Desidero in particolare ringraziare, per l’impagabile collaborazione e aiuto offerti, il Prof. F. Mitthof, il Prof. H. Taeuber, il Prof. E. Weber e la Dr. F. Beutler.
Inoltre, esprimo la mia gratitudine ai curatori di WBAGon per aver accettato la pubblicazione di questi contributi ed in particolare alla Dr. F. Beutler per averne seguito il processo editoriale con grande attenzione.
Un sentito grazie va, infine, a tutti coloro che in vario modo, con idee, suggerimenti e critiche, hanno preso parte alla stimolante discussione che ha avuto luogo in occasione dell’incontro e alla successiva fase di pubblicazione.
Federico Russo
(Università di Milano)
Veröffentlicht: 2020-04-23
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EpiDoc

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EpiDoc
EpiDoc is an international, collaborative effort that provides guidelines and tools for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents. It uses a subset of the Text Encoding Initiative's standard for the representation of texts in digital form and was developed initially for the publication of digital editions of ancient inscriptions (e.g. Inscriptions of Aphrodisias, Vindolanda Tablets Online). Its domain has expanded to include the publication of papyri and manuscripts (e.g. Papyri.info). It addresses not only the transcription and editorial treatment of texts themselves, but also the history and materiality of the objects on which the texts appear (i.e., manuscripts, monuments, tablets, papyri, and other text-bearing objects).

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Clavis Clavium

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Clavis Clavium
Clavis clavium is an integrated reference database and collaborative update platform to open up Patristic, Medieval and Byzantine texts.
The aim of the project is to unite the leading claves into one database.
This is an ongoing effort to update and extend the knowledge of texts, authors and saints.

Open Access Journal: Revue archéologique

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[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2012, updated 30 June 2020]

Revue archéologique 
ISSN: 0035-0737 
ISSN en ligne: 2104-3868
http://www.cairn.info/vign_rev/ARCH/ARCH_121_L148.jpg
Créée en 1844, la Revue archéologique est l'un des plus anciens périodiques scientifiques français. Très lu en France, il est aussi l'un des plus connus à l'étranger, et constitue une référence sur le plan international. Il n'est l'organe ni d'une institution ni d'une école et son indépendance rédactionnelle est totale : le seul critère est celui de la qualité et de l'originalité de la recherche, comme le démontrent le haut niveau et la diversité de ses collaborateurs.
Le domaine d'élection de la Revue archéologique est l'Antiquité classique, mais elle fait aussi une large part aux civilisations périphériques, de l'Italie étrusque à l'Asie centrale en passant par l'Anatolie. Sur le plan des méthodes, elle s'intéresse à tous les domaines de la recherche : géographie historique, architecture et urbanisme, sculpture, peinture et céramique, artisanat. Les études de technique, d'iconographie, l'histoire de l'art et les problèmes historiques et sociaux liés à l'archéologie sont largement représentés, sans aucune exclusive épistémologique. En outre, la Revue se distingue par sa qualité graphique, avec une illustration en couleurs chaque fois que cela est nécessaire.

Plusieurs rubriques tiennent le lecteur informé de l'actualité de la recherche : les comptes rendus bibliographiques, le Bulletin de la Société française d'Archéologie classique, avec le résumé des conférences mensuelles de cette société, et enfin des chroniques bibliographiques, parmi lesquelles les Recherches récentes sur les verres grecs et romains et le Bulletin d'architecture du monde grec.


Revue bénéficiant de la reconnaissance scientifique du CNRS. 
This journal is available in English on Cairn International
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Announcing the second beta version of EVT 2!

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Announcing the second beta version of EVT 2!
30Giu
After we published the first beta version of EVT 2, quite popular but still focused on the critical edition support only, development continued on many different fronts: catching up with EVT 1 with regard to diplomatic support, in particular, was high on our priority list. We are particularly happy, therefore, to release a second beta version for EVT 2 that catches up with EVT 1.3 under almost all that regards diplomatic edition support! But this is not the only new feature, here is a short list of all that goes into EVT 2 beta 2:
  • [NEW] support for diplomatic and interpretative editions: all the main features available in EVT 1, such us an advanced image viewer, text-image linking, support for <choice> elements, etc. are now implemented in EVT 2 as well;
Text-image linking in EVT 2
  • [NEW] navigation bar: a navigation bar similar to the one available in EVT 1 has been added;
  • [NEW] TOC page: a new table of contents page has been added to the general menu, to improve organization and presentation of introductory material;
  • [NEW] textual search engine: complete with virtual keyboard, precise word search, highlight while you type in the search field and case sensitive search this is a great addition for diplomatic/interpretative editions;
Textual search engine in EVT 2
  • [NEW] VisColl support: another feature to catch up with EVT 1, the VisColl XSLT style sheet has been added to the standard EVT 2 installation so that it is now possible to prepare a description of manuscript structure and have EVT automatically create SVG diagrams which can be browsed in a dedicated frame;
VisColl support in EVT 2
  • [NEW] 3DHOP integration: now you can have a view dedicated to present and browse 3D models thanks to the 3DHOP software; this is a very recent development, still in an experimental state, but you are welcome to play with it! after this release work will start again to add 3D model – text linking;
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  • [NEW] a Web interface for easy configuration is available for experimental purposes at this URL: http://evt.labcd.unipi.it/evt2-config/; note, however, that there have been so many changes that some of the options are not yet present in the web app;
  • [NEW] EVT 2 manual available in the doc folder: this is very much a work in progress, incomplete in some parts, but may be already be useful to our users;
  • [IMPROVED] named entities support: this feature has been refined so that it can work with diplomatic editions, also it is now possible to set named entities as entries in the pin area;
Named entities support in EVT 2
  • lots of bug fixes and minor enhancements.
The release can be downloaded from the usual Sourceforge page or directly from the home page, all the source code is available on GitHub. You can also browse the sample edition(s) directly from the project home page.

Known bugs and issues

We’ve come a long way, but please remember that this is a beta release: EVT 2 is not by all means a finished product, and while it can be used to publish digital editions there are still some bugs left and some features missing which will have to wait until the next release. The most significant issues are as follows:
  • some EVT 1 features, such as support for translations and for verse visualization, are not yet implemented in EVT 2;
  • text in the <front> element is going to be shown in the Info frame, there is no support yet for <titlePage> and/or original document content;
  • textual search is not working in the critical edition level, moreover for diplomatic/interpretative editions text indexes have to be created every time the edition is loaded;
  • named entities lists are not supported in the <back>, only in <sourceDesc>;
  • entries in named entities lists may be not shown if too many;
  • full screen 3DHOP view shows a distorted 3D model.

Open Access Journal: Vulgata in Dialogue: a biblical online review

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[First posted in AWOL 6 June 2017, updated 1 July 2020]

Vulgata in Dialogue: a biblical online review
ISSN: 2504-5156
Vulgata in Dialogue wurde 2016 gegründet. Sie ist eine internationale, peer-reviewed (zielgruppenrezensierte) wissenschaftliche Online-Zeitschrift mit offenem Zugang. Gehostet wird die Zeitung von der Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen, IT-Abteilung, Publikations- und eLearning-Dienste.
Einmal im Jahr bietet sie die Möglichkeit zur Veröffentlichung von Artikeln zur Bibelexegese oder über theologische, sprachwissenschaftliche, historische und interdisziplinäre Themen, die einen direkten oder indirekten Bezug zur Biblia Sacra Vulgata haben.
Die Neuübersetzung und Herausgabe der Vulgata wurde in zwei analogen Projekten fast gleichzeitig angegangen. Das deutsche Projekt Vulgata deutsch wurde 2011 vom Vulgata Verein in Chur initiiert und zusammen mit dem Walter de Gruyter Verlag (Berlin) verwirklicht. Das Projekt der Übersetzung in die rumänische Sprache startete 2010 über die A.I. Cuza Universität, Traditio Centre, Jassy und das Humanitas Verlagshaus. In beiden Projekten zeigten sich spezifische Themenfelder, deren Untersuchung auch von Interesse für die biblischen Studien im umfassenden Sinn ist und die sich damit zur Publikation anbieten. Die Zeitschrift Vulgata in Dialogue will zur offenen Diskussion in der Vulgata-Forschung beitragen.
The Vulgate in Dialogue is an international peer-reviewed on-line academic journal,
with open access, founded in 2016, that publishes once a year articles in biblical
exegesis, theology in general, philology, history and other fields related to the domain
of the Biblia Sacra Vulgata. 

The work of translating and editing the Vulgate within two similar projects almost simultaneously launched – the one in German (Vulgata Verein / Walter de Gruyter Berlin, initiated in 2011) and the one in Romanian (A. I. Cuza University, Traditio Centre, Jassy / Humanitas publishing house, that started in 2010) —, revealed specific issues that are worth publishing for the benefit of the biblical studies as a whole. Our journal intends to contribute to research in the field of the Vulgate, with approaches from various fields, including the inter-disciplinary ones.
Bd. 3 (2019)
Veröffentlicht: 2019-11-11

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Published: 2018-05-30


Point of View Publishing: Biblical Studies eTextbooks

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Point of View Publishing: Biblical Studies eTextbooks
Point of View Publishing collects academic articles from a variety of perspectives, each designed to spark student engagement in biblical studies courses. Teachers select articles suitable for their specific classes, and POV publishes the chosen set as a free Amazon Kindle ebook for students. 
We work collaboratively with numerous scholars and educators to build a large, dynamic repository of high quality, accessible, and stimulating articles. Since the collection is constantly evolving, teachers have access to timely, cutting-edge material to enhance student learning. It's our way of trying to make the world a better place through study of the Bible.

Free, fast, flexible—the way textbook publishing in higher education should be. 
If you are interested in working with us, please Contact Us.

Open Access Journal: Ad Familiares – Classics for All’s online journal

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[First posted in AWOL 29 September 20 2017, updated 1 July 2020]

Ad Familiares – Classics for All’s online journal
Welcome to Ad Familiares, our exclusive online journal. We will be publishing one article a month of current classical interest, commissioned by James Morwood (Wadham College, Oxford). We plan to add a new article every month. If any member of Classics for all would like to contribute a piece, could he or she please contact the editor at james.morwood at classics.ox.ac.uk.

Latin Novella Database (LNDb)

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Latin Novella Database (LNDb)

Diverse & Multicultural Identities

The methodology for LNDb's analysis of diverse and multicultural identities is adapted from Crisp et al. (2016)'s study, which looked at the multicultural and diverse identities featured in children's books.

Parallel cultures

Crisp et al. (2016) define parallel cultures as “cultural groups that have a history of marginalization in the United States,” such as “African Americans, American Indians, Asian/Pacific Americans, Latino/a Americans, Middle Eastern Americans, and mixed- race Americans” (p. 33).

Applying this principle to a Roman context, stories about “parallel cultures” refers to stories about non-Roman cultures or to cultures in the process of Romanization. LNDb does not assume the cultural identity of any character unless it is explicitly stated.

Why is this important? Find out more here and here.

Gender identity

LNDb considers the gender and gender identity of each of the leading characters (i.e. the character(s) on whom the story is focused or through whose perspective the story is told).

Gender is defined in the same way as Crisp et al. (2016): "Although it reinforces binary constructions of language, when coding for gender identity, we relied on normative understandings of gendered nouns (e.g., girl, woman) and pronouns (e.g., she, he) to categorize leading characters in books as cisfemale/ciswoman, cismale/cisman, transwoman, transman, ungendered, other, or (in cases in which gender identities were entirely absent) N/A" (p. 36).

Why is this important? Find out more here and here.

Sexual identity

LNDb examines the romantic/sexual attractions and relationships in the stories. If a story only includes male–female attraction or relationships, it is coded as featuring a heterosexual identity. If it includes male–male or female– female attraction or relationships, it is classified as featuring a gay or lesbian identity respectively. Stories where a character is attracted to multiple sexes are classified as bisexual, and any relationship or attraction that does not apply to the above categories is classified as “other,” specifying the nature of the relationship or attraction.

Why is this important? Find out more here and here.

Religion

LNDb classifies a story with this criterion if it specifically identifies the religious tradition of the story or its characters. For example, a story is coded as including Roman religion if its characters perform Roman religious rituals such as sacrifices or augury. The description of religion can apply to not only main characters but secondary characters, as well; for example, if the main character learns about a certain religion through meeting a secondary character who practices that religion, the story is coded with that religion.

Why is this important? Find out more here.

SES/class

LNDb classifies stories in this category if the characters’ SES or class is a clear factor in the story, with no assumptions made based on the characters' lifestyle. Also included in this category are depictions of enslaved people, which is also an area in which many Latin instructional materials are, to say the least, problematic.

Why is this important? Find out more here and here.

Disabilities, developmental differences, and chronic illnesses

LNDb classifies stories with this criterion if characters have disabilities (e.g. visual impairment, using a wheelchair or braces), developmental differences (e.g. Down syndrome, autism), or chronic illnesses (e.g. asthma, diabetes).

Why is this important? Find out more here.
 
AuthorTitleCore Word CountGlossed WordsCore + Glossed Word CountProper NounsTotal Word Count
ArnoldCloelia: Puella Romana1655221723240
Ash Camilla2073023710247
Ash & PatrickPluto: Fabula Amoris*121141359144
Belzer Lucia Heros2463628232314
BelzerLucia Puella Mala*79211003103
Belzer & PelegrinFortuna Fortibus Favet†




BergRomulus Rex97361335140
Buczek Iter Mirabile Dennis et Debrae2111522617243
BuczekItinera Liviae et Amicorum†




BuczekMaximus et Caecilia*1291114011151
Craft Mellisurgus†




Craft Odyssea Magistri Craft†




Craft Templum Romanum*292


477
CunningCupido et Psyche†




CunningDomini Secretum1824622821249
CunningIra Veneris†




Cunning Medea et Peregrinus Pulcherrimus*1853822322245
Cunning Ridiculi et Horribiles Dei et Deae†




Demuth Leo Molossus†




Demuth Ovidius Mus1604320311214
Demuth Tres Fabulae Horrificae†




FloydCoronis415041522437
Gaab, trans. Slocum Bailey Brando Brown Canem Vult*1784322115236
GibbinsLegonium: Season One8351184635881
Hirschler Calio: Fabula Latina†




Hirschler De Claustro Magico†




Hirschler Leonidas: De Ducibus Graecis†




Hirschler Themistocles: De Ducibus Graecis†




OlimpiEgo, Polyphemus1513018111192
OlimpiFamilia Mala: Duo Fratres†




OlimpiFamilia Mala: Saturnus et Iuppiter*1336419720217
Olimpi Filia Regis et Monstrum Horribile2158630116317
OlimpiLabyrinthus*1754021512227
OlimpiLars Romam Odit†




OlimpiPandora†




Olimpi Perseus et Rex Malus†




Olimpi Perseus et Medusa†




OlimpiVia Periculosa16310226512277
OlimpiVox in Tenebris†




Patrick, M. Eurydice: Fabula Amoris†




Patrick, R. Itinera Petri: Flammae Ducant†




Pettersson & Rosengren Pugio Bruti*340034027367
PiantagginiAgrippina Mater Fortis*71219223115
PiantagginiDrusilla et Convivium Magarum†




PiantagginiDrusilla in Subura3418522173
PiantagginiFragmenta Pisonis vol. 1†




PiantagginiPiso et Syra et Potiones Mysticae†




PiantagginiPiso Ille Poetulus*1193315230182
PiantagginiPiso Perturbatus†




PiantagginiQuintus et Nox Horrifica†




PiantagginiRufus et Arma Atra*4313561571
PiantagginiRufus Lutulentus1810282452
Piantaggini Syra Sola3311442670
PiantagginiTiberius et Gallisena Ultima†




PiantagginiTres Amici et Monstrum Saevum†




Rodríguez, trans. Piantaggini & BraceyMarcus et Imagines Suae Bonae*1383517346220
Rowan, trans. Ring Dominus Quixotus: Eques Ultimus*269026917286
Shaw Bellovesus in Gallia*39812552329552
ShawCharybdis: Capellus Valde Esuriens*175922674271
Shaw In Vineto38914653513548
SimpsonClavis Apollinis†




Simpson Iter Icari*298029823321
SipesSisyphus: Rex Improbus1541316711178
SipesUnguentum†




VanderpoolEumachia†




VanderpoolKandake Amanirenas, Regina Nubiae1273115841199
VanderpoolIncitatus: Fabula Equi Senatorii†




VanderpoolSacri Pulli6219811091
VanderpoolSurus Elephantus†




Open Access Monograph Series: Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient

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[First posted in AWOL 1 June 2014, updated 2 July, 2020]

Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient
ISSN: 0766-0510
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La collection des Travaux de la Maison de l’Orient (TMO) publie les résultats des travaux réalisés dans le cadre des thèmes de la Fédération de Recherche. Mais elle accueille également d’autres ouvrages individuels ou collectifs en rapport avec les programmes de recherche développés au sein de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, en particulier les études archéologiques et géographiques dont l’illustration nécessairement abondante trouve sa place dans ce grand format (21 x 29,7).
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    Cuneiform Commentaries Project

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    [First posted in AWOL 12 March 2015, updated 2 July 2020]

    Cuneiform Commentaries Project
    NBC 7843 (CCP 3.1.5.E)











    Mesopotamian commentaries represent the world’s oldest cohesive group of hermeneutic texts. Numbering nearly 900, the earliest date to the eighth century and the latest to ca. 100 BCE. The purpose of this website is to make the corpus available both to the scholarly community and a more general audience by providing background information on the genre, a searchable catalog, as well as photos, drawings, annotated editions, and translations of individual commentary tablets. For the first time the cuneiform commentaries, currently scattered over 21 museums around the globe, will be accessible on one platform.

    The Cuneiform Commentaries Project is funded by Yale University (2013-2016) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (Division of Research Programs “Scholarly Editions and Translations,” 2015-2018).

    Hethitologie Portal Mainz Online

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    [First posted in AWOL 28 July 2011, updates 2 July 2020]

    Hethitologie Portal Mainz
    http://www.hethport.uni-wuerzburg.de/HPM/pics/schrift-logo-weiss6symb720trapa.png






    Das Hethitologie Portal Mainz (HPM) ist von 2001-2007 mit Mitteln der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft unter der Leitung von Gernot Wilhelm in Zusammenarbeit mit Gerfrid G.W. Müller aufgebaut worden. 

    „Informationsinfrastruktur für digitale Publikation keilschriftlicher Staatsverträge der Hethiter und für darauf bezogene netzbasierte Forschungs­kooperation“ (III N 4 – 554 951, Laufzeit 01.05. 2001 – 31.7.2007)
     
    Ausgangspunkt waren vor allem zwei Überlegungen:
    1. Die Konkordanz, an der Silvin Košak seit 1988 im Rahmen des Akademieprojekts Hethitische Forschungen arbeitete und von der bis 2001 vier gedruckte Bände vorlagen, veraltete durch den Fortschritt der Hethitologie rasch. Die Überführung in eine internetbasierte, allgemein zugängliche Datenbank erschien als die einzig sinnvolle Lösung dieses Problems.
    2. Das herkömmliche Format hethitologischer Texteditionen hatte sich als unzulänglich erwiesen, als Basis für Untersuchungen zur Manuskriptdatierung sowie zur Text- und Überlieferungsgeschichte zu dienen. Gernot Wilhelm formulierte daher die Notwendigkeit, eine Darstellungsform zu entwickeln, in der wahlweise eine zeilensynoptische Darstellung mit syntaktisch definierten Zeilen und eine Darstellung der einzelnen Manuskripte mit dem Zeilenumbruch der jeweiligen Tafeln möglich war. Diese Anforderungen wurden von Gerfrid Müller in ein entsprechendes Programm umgesetzt.
    Als Textgruppe, für die dies exemplarisch durchgeführt werden sollte, wurden die Staatsverträge der Hethiter ausgewählt, da hierzu umfangreiche Vorarbeiten aus einem älteren DFG-Projekt (WI 534-09, -010) vorlagen. 

    Nach Abschluss des DFG-Projekts ist das HPM im Rahmen des Akademievorhabens Hethitische Forschungen sowie durch die Mitwirkung zahlreicher Hethitologinnen und Hethitologen im In- und Ausland, die eigene Projekte in das Portal eingebracht haben, weiter ausgebaut worden.
    Das Rechenzentrum der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, das auch den Internetzugang für die Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz, bereithält, sowie das Rechenzentrum der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg stellen die digitalen Ressourcen für den weltweiten Zugriff auf die Daten des Portals zur Verfügung.

    The AAI/Open Context invites applications for two Postdoctoral Researcher positions in our new Data Literacy Program

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    We’re hiring! The AAI/Open Context invites applications for two Postdoctoral Researcher positions in our new Data Literacy Program:
    Position 1:
    Postdoctoral Researcher (Data Interpretation and Public Engagement)
    This is a remote position. Full time (40 hours/week). 
    Application review will begin July 15, 2020 and will continue until filled.
    The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI/Open Context) is a non-profit technology company working to improve research and teaching through innovative uses of the Web. Our work promotes greater transparency in the research process and broader collaboration through the curation and reuse of research data. The primary focus of our work is Open Context, an open access Web-based publication system for archaeology and other field sciences.
    With funding from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, the AAI/Open Context is launching a 3-year Data Literacy Program. The program will widen and diversify community engagement with cultural heritage data, providing much-needed scaffolding to guide professionals, students, and lifelong learners in thoughtful engagement with research data, especially in archaeology.
    We are seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to develop aspects of the Data Literacy Program related to data interpretation and public engagement. This person will work closely with another postdoctoral researcher who will focus on the more technical aspects of data visualization and reproducibility as part of the same Data Literacy Program.
    The Postdoctoral Researcher will help shape the Data Literacy Program by identifying and developing themes for “data stories”— publicly-engaging narratives that are based on analysis of archaeological (and other) open access research data sets. The Postdoctoral Researcher will primarily contribute engaging, publicly-oriented written interpretations supported by open access research data. In addition, they will help learners understand the “behind-the-scenes” analytic steps, problems, and judgement calls involved in gathering and interpreting data. While this is not primarily a technical data analysis or software development role, we seek candidates willing to develop some technical competencies and can collaborate with technically oriented colleagues to guide learners in the use of data and code.
    This individual will work closely with Data Literacy Program staff to produce at least 4-6 data stories annually (approx. 70% of the role). As this is a newly launched program, we will seek candidates with ideas to understand and evaluate outcomes, shape program strategy, and provide quarterly reports on impacts to the AAI/Open Context’s Executive Director and Board of Directors (approx. 5% of the role). In addition to this internal role, the Postdoctoral Researcher will have a public voice in promoting data literacy and public engagement in archaeology. This individual will make contributions to the wider professional community through a combination of journal publication, service, conference presentations, and contributions to a “best practices” edited volume (approx. 25% of the role). 
    Due to the pandemic, this will be a remote position; thus, the successful candidate must be able to work both independently and collaboratively with a remote team.
    The following qualifications and skills are highly desired for this position, but we would like for each applicant to highlight how their own set of skills and experiences will help launch and shape this new program.
    • Ph.D. or doctoral student who will soon complete their degree
    • Doctoral studies in archaeology, anthropology, or a related field
    • Primary research interests in education, data analysis, communication, public engagement, and ethics
    • Secondary research interests and familiarity with digital data, digital publishing, and scholarly communications issues
    • A willingness to engage with geographically and chronologically diverse archaeological research topics
    • A demonstrated commitment to community archaeology and other aspects of interpreting, communicating, and collaborating with broader communities
    • Ability to find and evaluate the quality and suitability of datasets for interpretive goals
    • Developing and teaching instructional courses in archaeology
    • Enthusiasm to develop skills with Web (HTML, CSS, Javascript) technologies
    • Enthusiasm to develop skills with R or Python, and geospatial analysis
    Position and Salary:
    This is a 3-year, full-time position (40 hours/week). The salary range is $50,000-$60,000 with benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K). Depending on pandemic-related health and safety concerns, some travel, especially for conference presentation, may be encouraged and supported with additional funds. AAI/Open Context is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, but this can be a remote position. 
    To apply:
    Please submit a letter of interest describing your vision for this position and data literacy in archaeology, as well as a CV describing your contributions, qualifications, technical skills, and experience. Include a short writing sample tailored for a non-academic audience, especially if that sample illustrates uses of research data. Please also provide the names of three references, including one who can speak to your technical qualifications. We especially encourage applicants with backgrounds and experiences underrepresented in archaeology.
    Please submit your application by email to: jobs@opencontext.org
    The Alexandria Archive Institute (Open Context) is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
    Position 2:
    Postdoctoral Researcher (Data Visualization and Reproducibility)
    This is a remote position. Full time (40 hours/week). 
    Application review will begin July 15, 2020 and will continue until filled.
    The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI/Open Context) is a non-profit technology company working to improve research and teaching through innovative uses of the Web. Our work promotes greater transparency in the research process and broader collaboration through the curation and reuse of research data. The primary focus of our work is Open Context, an open access Web-based publication system for archaeology and other field sciences.
    With funding from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, the AAI/Open Context is launching a 3-year Data Literacy Program. The program will widen and diversify community engagement with cultural heritage data, providing much-needed scaffolding to guide professionals, students, and lifelong learners in thoughtful engagement with research data, especially in archaeology.
    We are seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to develop aspects of the Data Literacy Program related to data visualization and reproducibility. This person will work closely with another postdoctoral researcher who will focus on data interpretation and public engagement aspects of the same Data Literacy Program. 
    The Postdoctoral Researcher will help shape technical aspects of the Data Literacy Program’s “data stories”— publicly-engaging narratives that are based on analysis of archaeological (and other) open access research data sets. Working with Data Literacy Program staff, the Postdoctoral Researcher will develop reproducible code and visualization for data stories produced by the program. In addition, this individual will help learners understand code and visualization steps for presenting the data. Thus, this role emphasizes technical data analysis, open source software development, and technical documentation.
    This individual will work closely with Data Literacy Program staff to produce at least 4-6 data stories annually (approx. 70% of the role). As this is a newly launched program, we will seek candidates with ideas to understand and evaluate outcomes, shape program strategy, and provide quarterly reports on impacts to the AAI/Open Context’s Executive Director and Board of Directors (approx. 5% of the role). In addition to this internal role, the Postdoctoral Researcher will have a public voice in promoting data literacy and public engagement in archaeology. This individual will make contributions to the wider professional community through a combination of journal publication, service, conference presentations, and contributions to a “best practices” edited volume (approx. 25% of the role).
    Due to the pandemic, this will be a remote position; thus, the successful candidate must be able to work both independently and collaboratively with a remote team.
    The following qualifications are highly desired for this position, but we would like for each applicant to highlight how their own set of skills and experiences will help launch and shape this new program.
    • Ph.D. or doctoral student who will soon complete their degree
    • Doctoral studies in archaeology, anthropology, library and information science, or relevant computationally-oriented humanities and social sciences
    • Primary research interests in reproducible research, data analysis and visualization, research data management
    • Secondary research interests and familiarity with ethics, digital publishing and scholarly communications issues
    • Willingness to engage with geographically and chronologically diverse archaeological research topics
    • Familiarity with environmental sciences and geospatial data
    • A passion for making data and code empowering for members of broader and more diverse communities
    In addition to the above, we seek individuals with some combination of the following technical skills. Please note, we do not expect applicants to have prior experience or expertise in each of these areas. Rather, we ask applicants to demonstrate their commitment to cultivate these technical skills through ongoing professional development as part of the position.
    • At least some prior experience with scripting / programming in Python, Javascript or R. Commitment to develop, document, and publicly share working code via Jupyter Notebooks and other methods (such as Javascript)
    • Enthusiasm to cultivate skills with reproducible research practices (including software documentation and Git version control)
    • Commitment to use a variety of structured data formats, including as JSON, XML, RDF (various)
    • Commitment to write using Markdown and HTML
    • Commitment to use linked data and/or Web services (APIs)
    • Software development workflows (issue management, code documentation, code review)
    • Any specialized area of computing such as (but not limited to) machine learning, semantic / ontology engineering, API and service design
    • Skills in data visualization and interaction design
    • Proactive problem-solver, but comfortable asking for help when needed
    This is a 3-year, full-time position (40 hours/week). The salary range is $50,000-$60,000 with benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K). Depending on pandemic related health and safety concerns, some travel, especially for conference presentation, may be encouraged and supported with additional funds. AAI/Open Context is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, but this can be a remote position. 
    To apply:
    Please submit a letter of interest describing your vision for this position and data literacy in archaeology,  as well as a CV describing your contributions, qualifications and technical skills. Include a short writing sample as well as sample data analysis or visualization code (especially links to publicly accessible software repositories). Please also provide the names of three references, including one who can speak to your technical qualifications. We especially encourage applicants with backgrounds and experiences underrepresented in archaeology or technology.
    Please submit your application by email to: jobs@opencontext.org
    The Alexandria Archive Institute (Open Context) is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

    Nile Valley Collective: Talk with our experts on how to situate your work on the Nile River Valley in its African context.

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    Nile Valley Collective
    Nile Valley Collective 
    Talk with our experts on how to situate your work on the Nile River Valley in its African context.
    We are a group of scholars who work on the ancient cultures of the Nile River Valley. We work in the areas of art history, ancient history, historical linguistics, philology, archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and museum studies.

    Open Access Journal: Les Nouvelles de l’archéologie

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     [First posted in AWOL 17 January 2017, updated 3 July 2020]

    Les Nouvelles de l’archéologie
    ISSN: 0242-7702
    ISSN électronique: 2425-1941
    Fondée en 1979, la revue se veut à la fois un lieu de débat et le reflet des évolutions de la discipline. Quatre fois par an, elle présente aujourd’hui des problématiques scientifiques de pointe, sous forme de dossiers et dans une perspective internationale. Les articles peuvent être sollicités par la revue ou émaner de propositions spontanées. Ils sont soumis au comité de lecture qui peut demander des modifications. L’abondance d’information peut conduire à différer la publication d’un article de six mois.

    DART-Europe E-theses Portal

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    DART-Europe is a partnership of research libraries and library consortia who are working together to improve global access to European research theses. DART-Europe is endorsed by LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche), and it is the European Working Group of the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD).

    The DART-Europe partners help to provide researchers with a single European Portal for the discovery of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), and they participate in advocacy to influence future European e-theses developments. DART-Europe offers partners a European networking forum on ETD issues, and may provide the opportunity to submit collaborative funding applications to achieve DART-Europe's vision for ETDs.

    DART-Europe is resourced through partner contributions.

    Partners support the following principles:
    1. DART-Europe will encourage the creation, discovery and use of European e-theses, and will maintain a central Portal for e-thesis aggregation and access.
    2. European libraries and consortia are invited to contribute metadata to the DART-Europe Portal. Contributors will determine the terms and conditions under which their metadata are contributed.
    3. DART-Europe welcomes the contribution by partners of resources to support the management, discovery, usability and preservation of e-theses, and to further the aims and objectives of DART-Europe.
    4. Partners will designate one representative to act as a contact for DART-Europe, and will nominate at least one representative to participate in the DART-Europe email lists.
    5. DART-Europe welcomes offers from partners to host DART-Europe Project Board meetings, as occasion demands.
    6. Partners will help to secure DART-Europe's status as an international network of excellence in information, expertise and resources relating to ETDs.
    7. DART-Europe will be administered by UCL (University College London) and governed by a Board consisting of representatives of partner organisations. The constitution and Terms of Reference of the governing Board will be determined and from time to time reviewed by the Board.
    And see also ETHoS: Electronic Thesis Online Service,  a single point of access to all theses produced by UK Higher Education.

    A Catalog of Digital Scholarly Editions

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    v 3.0, snapshot 2008ff

    compiled by Patrick Sahle, last change 2019/12/17
    by title
    by general subject area
    literature (236), history (270), science history (32), law history (9), art history (13), philosophy (42), music (13)
    by material
    by language of material
    Latin (111), English (227), French (60), German (137), Italian (22), other (68)
    by epoch
    antiquity (23), early (35) / high (58) / late (101) middle ages, early modern (149), modern (271)
    recommended

    epoch: antiquity

    A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - M - N - P - R - S - T - V - s
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    InsAph - Inscriptions of Aphrodisias Project
    Betreut von Gabriel Bodard et al., London, King's College London / Centre for Computing in the Humanities, 2005-. Projekt zur verteilten Internet-Edition der Inschriften von Aphrodisias auf der Grundlage eines community-spezifischen XML-Dialekts für epigraphische Texte (Epidoc) und in Verbindung mit archäologischen Informationen. Die teilweise bereits im Druck edierten Inschriften werden in das Projekt eingebunden und elektronisch neu herausgegeben (Beispiel).
    The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition
    Text and commentary by James J. O'Donnell, o.O., 1992. SGML encoding and HTML conversion by Anne Mahoney for the Stoa Consortium, 1999. "Each book of the text has a link to introductory commentary on that book, and each section of the text has a link to detailed comments on the section. Links within the commentary connect not only to the section of text directly being annotated, but also to other parts of the text and commentary. Footnotes in the commentary appear at the end of each book; the footnote numbers are links from the commentary text to the footnote and from the footnote text back to the commentary. Where possible, links have been provided to the texts of classical works and Biblical passages cited in the commentary." [from resource]
    Augustinus
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    Bible
    Bible, Oldest Manuscript
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    Callythea
    Christophe Cusset, Pascale Linant De Bellefonds et Évelyne Prioux. Paris: Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), 2012. "Fruit d’une collaboration étroite entre spécialistes des textes antiques et spécialistes de l’iconographie gréco-romaine, la base CALLYTHEA met à disposition du public des textes poétiques de l’époque hellénistique, d’accès parfois difficile, qui évoquent ou relatent un épisode mythologique. Elle présente aussi les rapprochements pertinents entre ces textes et la documentation figurée.
    Interrogeable grâce à divers descripteurs (auteurs, œuvres, personnages et thèmes mythologiques, toponymes, ethniques, mots-clés), CALLYTHEA propose, outre le texte antique original sous forme de fragment ou d’extrait, une traduction en français souvent inédite, un commentaire sur le texte et, lorsque cela est justifié, un commentaire iconographique accompagné de liens avec la documentation figurée accessible grâce à la base LIMC-France." [from resource]
    Catullus Online - An Online Repertory of Conjectures on Catullus
    Ed. by Dániel Kiss, München, Center for Advanced Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2009-2013. "This website offers a critical edition of the poems of Catullus, a repertory of conjectures on the text, an overview of the ancient quotations from Catullus that have independent source value, and high-quality images of some of the most important manuscripts." [from resource]
    Codex Sinaiticus
    Corpus Augustinianum Gissense a Cornelio Mayer editum
    Hg. von Cornelius Mayer, Basel, Schwabe, 1996. ISBN 978-3796509894. Die CD-ROM-Ausgabe beruht auf einer neuen Zusammenstellung der jeweils besten verfügbaren Ausgabe. Zusätzlich sind "sämtliche Zitate" nach ihrer Herkunft ausgewiesen, das Gesamtœuvre "linguistisch aufbereitet" (lemmatisiert) und um eine bibliographische Datenbank der Forschungsliteratur erweitert. Der Link zielt auf eine Informationsseite zum immer noch laufenden Projekt.
    Eine Fassung der älteren Website (http://www.augustiner.de/html/texte/tx_cag.htm) ist noch über die Wayback-Machine erreichbar.
    Die Online-Ausgabe des CAG ist nur für Abonnementen erreichbar.
    Corpus Medicorum Graecorum / Latinorum
    Hg. von Christian Brockmann, Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2005-2008. Das Langzeitunternehmen versucht neue Wege zu gehen. Zu Galen, Kommentar zu Hippokrates, Über die Gelenke ist 2005 eine "Probeedition" erschienen, die wahlfreie Zusammenstellungen von Handschriftenfaksimiles, neu erstelltem kritischen Text, Editions-Apparat, verschiedenen kanonischen Zählungen und Übersetzung erlaubt.
    Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica / Greek Verse Inscriptions of Cyrenaica
    Edited by Catherine Dobias-Lalou. Bologna: CRR-MM, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, 2017. ISBN 9788898010684, http://doi.org/10.6092/UNIBO/IGCYRGVCYR "The Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica (IGCyr) and the Greek Verse Inscriptions of Cyrenaica (GVCyr) are two corpora, the first collecting all the inscriptions of Greek (VII-I centuries B.C.) Cyrenaica, the second gathering the Greek metrical texts of all periods (VI B.C.-VI A.D.). These new critical editions of inscriptions from Cyrenaica are part of the international project Inscriptions of Libya (InsLib). For the first time all the inscriptions known to us in March 2017, coming from this area of the ancient Mediterranean world, are assembled in a single online and open access publication." [from resource]
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    Hyperdonat - Une édition électronique des commentaires de Donat aux comédies de Térence
    Bruno Bureau, Maud Ingarao, Christian Nicolas, Emmanuelle Raymond (éds), Lyon, Université Lyon III / ENS de Lyon, 2007-2011. "Hyperdonat est originellement un projet d’édition hypertexte du commentaire attribué à Aelius Donat aux comédies de Térence. Le projet s’inscrit dans une réflexion plus vaste sur l’édition hypertexte de commentaires de nature variée. Ce site présente au fur et à mesure les résultats - corpus et fonctionnalités - produits au sein du projet." [from resource]
    For a documentation of the project see the blog hyperdonat.hypotheses.org
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    Euripides Scholia
    Beta version 1 Created by Donald J. Mastronarde, Berkeley (CA), University of California Berkeley, 2010. The "site is the home of a new open-access digital edition of the scholia on the plays of the ancient Athenian tragedian Euripides (born ca. 485-480, died winter 407/406 BCE).
    There are [via filters] currently three levels of detail offered: full view shows each scholion followed by all public elements that have been provided in the edition (not all elements appear for every scholion); expert view shows the same but also adds two optional elements intended for the author and collaborators; the view with trans. and app. shows only the scholion and a translation (if available) and the apparatus criticus (if there are variants).
    The content can be filtered to include everything (prefatory material or arguments and scholia of all kinds); only the old scholia (scholia vetera); all scholia except those tagged as glosses ..." [from resource]
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    Visualizing Statues in the Late Antique Roman Forum - Inscription Database
    Diane Favro (principal investigator), Los Angeles: UCLA, ca. 2011. "This website addresses the material evidence concerning the statues displayed during the fourth and fifth centuries CE in the open areas of the Roman Forum as documented by inscriptions. The navigable reconstruction of the Forum represents statues within their urban context so as to indicate the space in which civic rituals occurred. The visualization relies upon archeological evidence that precisely attests to the original display spots of many statues; carefully considered hypotheses point toward plausible locations of the other artworks." [from resource]
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    Greek New Testament
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    Hesperia - Banco de datos de lenguas paleohispanicas
    Directed by Javier de Hoz. Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2005. "El objetivo del Banco de Datos de Lenguas Paleohispánicas HESPERIA es la recopilación, ordenación y tratamiento de todos los materiales lingüísticos antiguos relativos a la Península Ibérica (y los relacionados con ella del sur de Francia), con la exclusión de las inscripciones latinas, griegas y fenicias." [from resource]
    Homer Multitext
    Ed. by Casey Dué and Mary Ebbott. Houston: University of Houston, 2014. "The Homer Multitext project seeks to present the Homeric Iliad and Odyssey in a critical framework that accounts for the fact that these poems were composed orally over the course of hundreds, if not thousands of years by countless singers who composed in performance. The evolution and the resulting multiformity of the textual tradition, reflected in the many surviving texts of Homer, must be understood in its many different historical contexts. Using technology that takes advantage of the best available practices and open source standards that have been developed for digital publications in a variety of fields, the Homer Multitext offers free access to a library of texts and images and tools to allow readers to discover and engage with the Homeric tradition." [from resource]
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    IRT - Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania
    IOSPE - Ancient Inscriptions of the Northern Black Sea
    Directed by Askold Ivantchik and Irene Polinskaya, London: King's College London, 2011. "The aims of the project include a new study of all Ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions originating from the Northern Coast of the Black Sea; and publication of Russian and English critical editions of the inscriptions in print and digital formats. [...] The new conception of the IOSPE corpus consists in capturing in its entirety the ancient epigraphic production of the northern Pontic region – that is, not only inscriptions made on stone (lapidary inscriptions), but also on other media and fabrics, such as ceramics, metal, and bone. [...] The first stage of the project involves publication of Lapidary Inscriptions. There will be about 5,000 lapidary texts published in IOSPE, about three times as many as in the original corpus."
    IRT - The Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania
    Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, by J. M. Reynolds and J. B. Ward-Perkins, enhanced electronic reissue by Gabriel Bodard and Charlotte Roueché (2009). ISBN 978-1-897747-23-0. "The first publication of Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, which appeared in 1952, has long been out of print. Produced in post-war conditions, it only included illustrations of a few inscriptions, although very many of them had been photographed; and it only offered limited geographic information.
    The purposes of this enhanced reissue are, therefore, to make the original material available again, and to provide the full photographic record, together with geographical data linking the inscriptions to maps and gazetteers, and so to other resources. Electronic publication makes this possible, and also allows us to offer greater functionality, such as free text searches. We have included the material from the supplement which contained further texts, numbered in the same sequence (973-996): 'Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania: a supplement', published in PBSR 23 (1955), 124-147, and we have incorporated corrections and emendations made in that article; but we have not attempted to alter or emend any item otherwise.
    The indices of this edition are generated from the texts themselves. This means that in some cases they will diverge from those in the original edition, usually being fuller: but the material in three texts not included in that edition (261, 262 and 855) and the Neo-Punic personal names do not appear in these indices." [from resource]
    Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica
    Inscriptions, Roman, of Britain
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    Digital Mishnah
    Developed by Hayim Lapin, with Travis Brown and Trevor Muñoz. College Park (MD): MITH (Maryland Institute for Technology and the Humanities) 2012-2013. "The Digital Mishnah Project will provide users with a database of digitized manuscripts of the Mishnah from around the world, along with tools for collation, comparison, and analysis. This demo provides fully marked up transcriptions of twenty-two witnesses to a sample chapter, Bava Metsia ch 2, and illustrates basic functionalities. In a number of cases, the witnesses available for browse expand beyond the sample chapter to include all of Bava Qamma, Bava Metsi'a, and Bava Batra." [from resource]
    Monumenta Asiae Minoris Antiqua XI - Monuments from Phrygia and Lykaonia
    Peter Thonemann and Charles Crowther, Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, Oxford: University of Oxford, Version 1.0, 2012 "Monumenta Asiae Minoris Antiqua (MAMA) XI [is] a corpus of 387 inscriptions and other ancient monuments from Phrygia and Lykaonia, recorded by Sir William Calder (1881-1960) and Dr Michael Ballance (†27 July 2006) in the course of annual expeditions to Asia Minor in 1954-1957. The MAMA XI project has been funded by a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and is based at the Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents in Oxford." [from resource]
    musique deoque
    Project lead by Paolo Mastandrea, Raffaele Perrelli, Gilberto Biondi, Loriano Zurli and Valeria Viparelli, [no publishing place or institution mentioned], 2007 "The 'Musisque Deoque. A digital archive of Latin poetry, from its origins to the Italian Renaissance' Research Project, was established at the end of 2005. Its aims is to create a singular Latin poetry’s database, supplemented and updated with critical apparatus and exegetical equipments." [from resource]
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    Digital Nestle-Aland Prototype (Greek New Testament)
    Published by the Institute for New Testament Textual Research of University of Münster in collaboration with Scholarly Digital Editions and the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Münster / Birmingham / Stuttgart, 2003-2005. (offline since 08/06) "The Digital Nestle-Aland is the forthcoming electronic version of the standard scholarly edition of the Greek New Testament. It offers two major features not available in the printed book: (1) Transcripts of important Greek manuscripts of the New Testament, (2) New complete apparatus based on these transcripts." [from resource]
    New Testament
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    Les manuscrits arabes des lettres de Paul de Tarse
    Rédigé par Sara Schulthess et Claire Clivaz. Lausanne 2016. "Ce carnet de recherche a publié les réflexions et les découvertes en lien au projet FNS Les manuscrits arabes des lettres de Paul de Tarse (2013-2016), entre janvier 2014 et septembre 2016. [...] Ce fonds FNS a obtenu une continuation pour un nouveau projet FNS 2016-2018, qui est publié en continu sur un environnement virtuel de recherche (VRE), HumaReC (ISSN 2504-5075), à l’adresse humarec.org. Il porte sur l’unique manuscrit trilingue grec, latin, arabe actuellement répertorié parmi les manuscrits du Nouveau Testament, le Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379), GA 460." [from resource] L’édition de 1 Corinthiens dans le Vaticanus Arabicus 13 est disponible sur http://tarsian.vital-it.ch
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    Roman Inscriptions of Britain
    Ed. by Scott Vanderbilt. Nottingham: University of Nottingham 2014-2019 "RIB Online endeavours to faithfully reproduce the printed edition and the relevant addenda and corrigenda published in Journal of Roman Studies and Britannia. We have endeavoured to make as few editorial interventions as possible, apart from the correction of typographical errors and the modifications necessary to incorporate the addenda and corrigenda." [from resource]
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    recommendedCodex Sinaiticus
    Directed by Ronald Milne and John Tuck, London, British Library, 2007. "Codex Sinaiticus is one of the most important books in the world. Handwritten well over 1600 years ago, the manuscript contains the Christian Bible in Greek, including the oldest complete copy of the New Testament." [from resource] The edition contains high-quality images, physical descriptions, transcriptions, critical annotations and translations.
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    Directed by Alan Bowman, Charles Crowther and John Pearce, Oxford, Oxford University, 2001-2003. Digitale Ausgabe der Vindolanda-Fragmente: römische Wachstafeln (und Holztafeln) des 1./2. Jahrhunderts aus einer archäologischen Grabung am Hadrianswall.
    "The website includes texts, translations, notes and new high-resolution 'zoomable' digital images of all the published tablets. A virtual exhibition draws on the texts and archaeological evidence from Vindolanda and other sites on Britain's northern frontier to introduce the content and context of the tablets to a non-specialist audience. Other resources within the website include a reference guide to specialised aspects of Roman life encountered in these documents, such as currency and military terminology, the scholarly introductions to the tablets and an account of the creation of digital texts and images." [from resource]
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    Provided by the "research project Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State" [no persons named]. London: British Library 2017. As of 4/2018 contained 594 records (215 inscriptions, 379 objects).

    Open Access Book: 11th International Conference on Greek Linguistics (Rhodes, 26-29 September 2013): Selected Papers

    Open Access Journal: Science and Technology of Archaeological Research

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    Science and Technology of Archaeological Research
    ISSN: 2054-8923
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    STAR accepts papers utilising any of the array of scientific and computational techniques available to archaeologists, including, but not limited to:

    • Archaeological materials science
    • Airborne remote sensing, geophysical techniques and imaging
    • Artefact conservation and restoration methods
    • Biological and biochemical approaches
    • Environmental approaches
    • Forensic archaeology
    • Heritage studies and conservation methods
    • Mathematical modelling, computational analyses and virtual reality
    • Scientific dating including geochronological approaches
    • Spatial analysis and GIS
    • Underwater archaeological methods
    STAR incorporates a ‘Short Reports’ section, which provides rapid publication of important methodological advances. Editorial decision and publication times will be shorter for this feature.
    STAR encourages authors to link to full datasets archived appropriately for long-term access as well as to submit any supplementary data and media necessary for a full understanding of the article.

    Meretseger Books Pictures of Egypt

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    Meretseger Books Pictures of Egypt
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    Open Access Journal: Middle East - Topics & Arguments

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    Middle East - Topics & Arguments
    ISSN: 2196-629X
    Middle East – Topics & Arguments is a unique platform for innovative research on the Middle East combining disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. Articles critically reevaluate established scholarly traditions and think beyond entrenched disciplinary boundaries. By bringing together well-known academics and young scholars with international backgrounds, a broad range of perspectives will ensure lively debates.

    Middle East – Topics and Arguments wants to encourage interdisciplinary discussion on two levels: Firstly, between social sciences and humanities in the field of Middle Eastern studies, and secondly, between Middle Eastern studies and the systematic disciplines. We thereby aim at integrating regional academic discourse into a global setting. We hope to ensure trans-regional comparability, thus leaving behind the notion of cultural and religious exceptionalism which has for a long been connected with Middle Eastern studies.

    Each issue of Middle East – Topics & Arguments focuses on one main topic. This allows for perspectives from different disciplines, such as:

    cultural studies
    literary studies
    linguistics
    history
    political science
    sociology
    anthropology
    economics
    ancient studie

    Open Access Journal: Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts

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    Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts
    e-ISSN: 2241-7702
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    The Athens Journal of Humanities and Arts (AJHA) is an Open Access quarterly double blind peer reviewed journal and considers papers from all areas of arts and humanities, including papers on history, philosophy, linguistics, language, literature, visual and performing arts. Many of the papers published in this journal have been presented at the various conferences sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Division of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER).

    Greco-Roman Legacy in Egypt

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    The blog aggregates news about publications, activities, etc. related to Arabic scholarship in the field of classics and papyrology.

    Open Access Journal: Pericles at Play: a Literary Classical Receptions Journal

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    Pericles at Play: a Literary Classical Receptions Journal
    Pericles at Play: a Literary Classical Receptions Journal publishes poetry and literary fiction with a relation to the classical world or its reception.
    We hope to display some of the best contemporary voices writing classical receptions today, exhibiting different and diverse disciplinary approaches to the ancient and its reception, providing a platform for the performance of a ‘reception in action’.
    Read more about the Pericles at Play on the Classical Receptions Studies Network: https://classicalreception.org/pericles-at-play-a-literary-classical-receptions-journal/
    We would like to thank the Department of Greek and Latin at University College London, the British School at Athens, the Classical Receptions Studies Network, Professor Stephen Lambert, and the Dean of University College London Faculty of Arts & Humanities for both their advice and support.

    Issue 1, February 2019

    Issue 2, July 2019

    Issue 3, December 2019

    Special Issue: Freud-Egypt-Greece, July 2020

     

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