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May 24, 2016

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

1024 volumes: High-quality OCR of polytonic, or 'ancient', Greek

 [First posted in AWOL 13 December 2013, updated 24 May 2016]


Lace: Greek OCR 

Overview

This site catalogues the results of our 2012/13 campaign to produce high-quality OCR of polytonic, or 'ancient', Greek texts in a HPC environment. It comprises over 600 volumes from archive.org and from original scans. There are over 6 million pages of OCR output in total, including experimental and rejected results.
Results are presented in a hierarchical organization, beginning with the archive.org volume identifier. Each of these are associated with one or more 'runs', or attempts at OCRing this volume. A run has a date stamp and is associated with a classifier and an aggregate best b-score (roughly indicating quality of Greek output.) Each run produces various kinds of output:
  1. raw hocr output: the data generated by our OCR process, usually with multiple copies for each page, rendered at a range of binarization thresholds
  2. selected hocr output: a filtered version of the data in (1), with each page image represented by a single, best, output page
  3. blended hocr output: the data in (2), but replaced with the corresponding words from the raw output in (1), should the selected page not comprise a dictionary word and one of the raw pages comprises one.
  4. selected hocr output spellchecked: the data in (3) processed through a weighted levenshtein distance spellchecking algorithm that is meant to correct simple OCR errors
  5. combined hocr output: where archive.org provides OCR output for Latin script (not Greek), this final step pieces together the data in (4) with archive's output, preferring archive's output where our output suggests that the data is Latin. If archive.org provides Greek output, this step is no different from (4)

Code

All code and classifiers for Rigaudon are posted in a github repository. This holds the modified Gamera source code, ancillary python scripts such as the spellcheck engine, and the bash scripts that coordinate the process in a HPC environment through Sun Grid Engine.
Details of its operation are outlined in a white paper.
Our July 2013 presentation at the London Digital Classicist seminar series is available online from the Institute of Classical Studies.
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(1916-18). The Greek anthology 3

(1916). The Greek anthology 4

(1916-18). The Greek anthology 2

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 2, pt.1

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 2, pt.2

(1916). The Greek anthology 1

(1888). Corpusculum poesis epicae graecae ludibundae 1

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 1, pt.1

(1916-18). The Greek anthology 5

(1863). Patrum apostolicorum quae supersunt ... 1

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 3, pt.1

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 2, pt.3

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 20

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 1, pt.2

(1882). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae .. 3, pt.2

(1863). Patrum apostolicorum quae supersunt ... 2

(). Genesis graece: E fide editionis sixtinae addita scripturae discrepantia e ...

(). Scholia in Sophoclis tragoedias vetera

Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838-1926 (1906). Johannine grammar

Abbott, Thomas Kingsmill, 1829-1913 (1909). A critical and exegetical commentary on the Epistles to the Ephesians and to the Colossians

Abbott-Smith, George (1922). A manual Greek lexicon of the New Testament

Achilles Tatius et al. (1917). Achilles Tatius, with an English translation by S. Gaselee

Adami, Fridericus (1900). De poetis scaenicis graecis hymnorum sacrorum imitatoribus

Aelian, Demetrius Pepagomenus, Pisida Georgius, Rudolf Hercher (1864). Claudii Aeliani De natura animalium libri XVII: Varia historia, Epistolae ...

Aelian, 3rd cent et al. (1864-66). De animalium antura libri 17, Varia historia, Epistolae fragmenta, ex recognitione Rudolphi Hercheri. Accedunt rei accip 2

Aeschylus (1914). Aeschyli tragoediae edidit Udalricus de Wilamowitz-Moellenderff

Aeschylus et al. (1930). Aeschylus, with an English translation by Herbert Weir Smyth 2

Aeschylus et al. (1922). Septem ad Thebas. Edidit Henricus Weil

Aeschylus et al. (1920). Eschyle, texte établi par Paul Mazon 1

Aeschylus et al. (1908). Hepta epi Thebas. The seven against Thebes. With introd., critical notes, commentary, translation and a recension of the

Aeschylus et al. (1852). Tragoediae. Recensuit Godofredus Hermannus 01

Aeschylus et al. (1908). Eumenides. Eumenides, with an introd. commentary and translation

Aeschylus et al. (1904). Agamemnon. The Agamemnon, with an introd., commentary and translation by A.W. Verrall

Aeschylus et al. (1920). Eschyle, texte établi par Paul Mazon 2

Ahrens, Heinrich Ludolf, 1809-1881 (1904). Bucolicorum Graecorum Theocriti Bionis Moschi, reliquiae

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 07

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 4 pt 2-6

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 12 pt 1-2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 15

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 21 pt 1-2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 14 pt 1-3

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 16

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 06 pt 1-2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 01

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 3

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 2 pt 2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 02 pt.03

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 03 pt.02

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 05 pt 1-3

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 17

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 23

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 18 pt 1-3

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 13 pt 1-2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 20

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 22, pt.1-3

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 10

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 09

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 19 pt 1-2

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 11

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin (1882-1909). Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae 05 pt 4-6

Alciphron et al. (1905). Alciphronis rhetoris Epistularum libri 4; edidit M.A. Schepers. Accedunt duae tabulae phototypicae

Alexander, Ammonius , Dexippus, Themistius , Syrianus, Asclepius , Simplicius, David , Elias, Aspasius , Steph (1895). Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca 4, pt. 4

Alexander, of Lycopolis et al. (1895). Alexandri Lycopolitani Contra Manichaei opiniones disputatio, edidit Augustus Brinkmann

Alfred Rahlfs; 1935. (). Septuaginta; id est, Vetus Testamentum graece iuxta LXX interpretes

Allen, Willoughby Charles, 1867-1953 (1907). A critical and exegetical commentary on the gospel according to S. Matthew

Anacreon et al. (1890). Anacreontis Teii quae vocantur Symposiaka hemiambia ex Anthologiae palatinae volumine altero nunc parisiensi post Henric

Andocides (1906). Orationes: Edidit Fridericus Blass. Ed. 30 correctior

Andreas Thierfelder (1868). De christianorum psalmis et hymnis usque ad Ambrosii tempora

Antigonus, Phlegon , Apollonius, Otto Keller (1877). Rerum naturalium scriptores graeci minores 1

Antiphon, orator et al. (1892). Antiphontis Orationes et fragmenta, adivnctis Gorgiae, Antisthenis. Alcidamantis, declamationibvs; edidit Fridericvs Bla

Aphthonius, Maximus Planudes, Alfred Eberhard (1872). Fabulae romanenses graece conscriptae: ex recensione et cum adnotationibus Alfredi Eberhard

Apollinaris, Bishop of Laodicea, d. ca. 390 et al. (1912). Apolinarii metaphrasis Psalmorum;

Apollodorus, of Athens et al. (1894). Mythographi graeci 3, pt. 1

Apollodorus, of Athens et al. (1894). Mythographi graeci 2, pt. 1

Apollodorus, of Athens et al. (1894). Mythographi graeci 3

Apollodorus, of Athens et al. (1894). Mythographi graeci

Apollonius, Rhodius et al. (1897). Apollonii Rhodii Argonautica ad cod. ms. Laurentianum recensuit R. Merkel

Apollonius, of Perga et al. (1891). Apollonii Pergaei quae graece exstant cum commentariis antiquis. Edidit et latine interpretatus est I.L. Heiberg 1

Apollonius, of Perga et al. (1891). Apollonii Pergaei quae graece exstant cum commentariis antiquis. Edidit et latine interpretatus est I.L. Heiberg 2

Appianus, of Alexandria et al. ([1912-1913]). Appian's Roman history 1

Appianus, of Alexandria et al. ([1912-1913]). Appian's Roman history 3

Appianus, of Alexandria et al. ([1912-1913]). Appian's Roman history 2

Appianus, of Alexandria et al. (1905). Appiani historia Romana

Appianus, of Alexandria et al. ([1912-1913]). Appian's Roman history 4

Archestratus, Curt Wachsmuth, Paul Brandt (1885). Corpusculum poesis epicae graecae ludibundae 2

Archimedes, Eutocius (1880). Archimedis Opera omnia: cum commentariis Eutocii. E codice florentino recensuit

Aristophanes (1891). Ranae

Aristophanes et al. (1906). Aristophanis comoediae; recognoverunt brevique adnotatione critica instruxerunt F.W. Hall [et] W.M. Geldart 01

Aristophanes et al. (1867). Aristophanis comoedias v.1

Aristophanes et al. (1924). Aristophanes; with the English translation of Benjamin Bickley Rogers 1

Aristophanes et al. (1924). Aristophanes; with the English translation of Benjamin Bickley Rogers 3

Aristophanes et al. (1906). Aristophanis comoediae; recognoverunt brevique adnotatione critica instruxerunt F.W. Hall [et] W.M. Geldart 02

Aristophanes et al. (1867). Aristophanis comoedias v.2

Aristophanes et al. (1910). Aristophanous komoidiai. Comedies. Edited 05

Aristophanes, Paul Mazon (1904). La paix

Aristoteles (1888). Aristotelis quae feruntur De plantis: De mirabilibus auscultationibus, Mechanica, De lineis ...

Aristotle (1868). Aristotelis De partibus animalium libri quattuor 1

Aristotle (). Minor Works Vol. 1

Aristotle et al. (1920). Aristotelis Ethica Nicomachea; recognovit brevique adnotatione critica instruxit I. Bywater

Aristotle et al. (1896). De anima. Greek. 1896 De anima libri 3. Recognovit Guilelmus Biehl. Editio stereotype emendatior

Aristotle et al. (1919). Aristotelis Meteorologicorum libri quattuor; recensvit indicem verborvm addidit F.H. Fobes

Aristotle et al. (1935). The Athenian Constitution ; The Eudemian ethics ; On virtues and vices

Aristotle et al. (1906). Aristotelis Metaphysica

Aristotle et al. (1831-1870). Aristotelis opera 2

Aristotle et al. (1926). The "art" of rhetoric

Aristotle et al. (1891). Aristotelis Politeia Athnain

Aristotle et al. (1898). Aristotelis Politeia AthÄ?naiōn

Aristotle et al. (1877). De anima libri tres;

Aristotle et al. (1863). Valentini Rose Aristoteles pseudepigraphus

Aristotle et al. (1936). Minor works ..

Aristotle et al. (1955). On sophistical refutations [and] On coming-to-be and passing away [translated] by E.S. Forster. On the cosmos [translate

Aristotle et al. (1955). Parts of animals

Aristotle et al. (1938). The Organon 2

Aristotle et al. (1936). Problems 2

Aristotle, Emile Egger (1878). Poétique: avec des extraits de la politiqué et des problémes

Aristoxenus et al. (1902). Aristoxenou Harmonika stoicheia. The Harmonics of Aristoxenus;

Aristoxenus et al. (1902). The harmonics of Aristonexus

Arnim, Hans Friedrich August von, 1859-1931 et al. (1964). Stoicorum veterum fragmenta 3

Arnim, Hans Friedrich August von, 1859-1931 et al. (1964). Stoicorum veterum fragmenta 1

Arnim, Hans Friedrich August von, 1859-1931 et al. (1964). Stoicorum veterum fragmenta 2

Arrian et al. (1929). Arrian 1

Arrian et al. (1873). De expeditione Alexandri libri septem;

Arrian, Flavius Arrianus, A. G. Roos (1907). Flavii Arriani Anabasis Alexandri

Arrian, Robert Geier (1856). Arriani De expeditione Alexandri, libri septem

Arrianos, Rudolph Hercher (1854). Arriani Nicomediensis Scripta minora

Arrianos, Rudolph Hercher (1854). Arriani Nicomediensis Scripta minora

Arrianos, Rudolph Hercher (1854). Arriani Nicomediensis Scripta minora

Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373 et al. (1884). The orations of St. Athanasius against the Arians : according to the Benedictine text ; with an account of his life

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 1

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai (test 2) 1

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 1

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 4

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 5

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 6

Athenaeus (). Deipnosophistai 7

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1887). Athenaei Navcratitae Dipnosophistarvm libri 15, recensvit Georgivs Kaibel 1

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1887). Athenaei Navcratitae Dipnosophistarvm libri 15, recensvit Georgivs Kaibel 3

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1887). Athenaei Navcratitae Dipnosophistarvm libri 15, recensvit Georgivs Kaibel 2

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1858). Deipnosophistae; e recognitione Augusti Meineke 1

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1858). Deipnosophistae; e recognitione Augusti Meineke 2

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1827). [Deipnosophistae]; 2

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1858). Deipnosophistae; e recognitione Augusti Meineke 3

Athenaeus, of Naucratis et al. (1858). Deipnosophistae; e recognitione Augusti Meineke 4

August Meineke , Stobaios (1855). I?annou Stobaiou Anthologion = 2; v. 177

Ausonius, Decimus Magnus et al. (1886). Opuscula;

Autolycus et al. (1885). Autolyci De sphaera quae movetur liber ; De ortibus et occasibus libri duo : una cum scholiis antiquis e libris manu scr

Autolycus, Friedrich Otto Hultsch (1885). Autolyci De sphaera quae movetur liber

Babbitt, Frank Cole, 1867-1935 ([1902]). A grammar of Attic and Ionic Greek

Babrius et al. (1897). Babrii Fabvlae Aesopeae. Recognovit prolegomenis et indicibvs instrvxit Otto Crvsivs; accedvnt fabvlarvm dactylicarvm et

Bacchylides et al. (1898). Carmina cum fragmentis;

Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294 et al. (1902). The Greek grammar of Roger Bacon and a fragment of his Hebrew grammar. Edited from the mss with introd. and notes by Edm

Bakius, John et al. (1849). Apsinis et Longini rhetorica, a codicibus mss

Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379 et al. (1926). Letters. With an English translation by Roy J. Deferrari 1

Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379 et al. (1926). Letters. With an English translation by Roy J. Deferrari 4

Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379 et al. (1926). Letters. With an English translation by Roy J. Deferrari 2

Bengel, Johann Albrecht, 1687-1752 et al. (1877). Gnomon of the New Testament

Bergk, Theodor, 1812-1881 (1882). Poetae lyrici Graeci 3

Bergk, Theodor, 1812-1881 (1923). Poetae lyrici Graeci. Collegit Theodorus Bergk 1, pt. 1

Bergk, Theodor, 1812-1881 (1843). Poetae lyrici graeci. Edidit Theodorus Bergk

Bergk, Theodor, 1812-1881 (1882). Poetae lyrici Graeci 2

Bigg, Charles, 1840-1908 (1901). A critical and exegetical commentary on the Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude

Bishop of Lycopolis Alexander, Alexander , Alexandros af Lykopolis, August Brinkmann (1895). Contra Manichaei opiniones disputatio

Blass, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1843-1907 (1882). Über die Aussprache des Griechischen

Blass, Friedrich, 1843-1907 et al. (1890). Pronunciation of ancient Greek;

Bond, John, 1847?- (1890). The Gospel according to St. Luke : being the Greek text

Brooke, A.E. (Alan England), 1863-1939 (1912). A critical and exegetical commentary on the Johannine epistles

Buchholz, Eduard et al. (1900-). Anthologie aus den Lyrikern der Griechen. Für den Schul- und Privatgebrauch erklärt und mit litterarhistorischen Einleit 1

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Bulmer-Thomas, Ivor, 1905-1993 (1939). Selections illustrating the history of Greek mathematics 1

Bulmer-Thomas, Ivor, 1905-1993 (1939). Selections illustrating the history of Greek mathematics 2

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Bussemaker, Ulco Cats, 1810-1865 et al. (1849). Scholia in Theocritum; auctiora reddidit et annotatione critica instruxit, Fr. Dübner. Scholia et paraphrases in Nicandr

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Callinicus, Monk of Rufinianae, fl. 447-450 et al. (1895). Callinici De vita s. Hypatii liber

Callinicus, disciple of Saint Hypatius et al. (1895). De vita S. Hypatii liber;

Canabutzes, John (). Ioannis Canabutzae Ad principem Aeni et Samothraces in Dionysium Halicarnasensem commentarius

Carel Gabriël Cobet , Laertius Diogenes , Anton Westermann , Diogenes, Jean François Boissonade (1862). Diogenis Laertii De clarorum philosophorum vitis, dogmatibus et apophthegmatibus libri decem

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Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-27). Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the version of Herbert Baldwin 1

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-1927). Dio's Roman history 6

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-27). Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the version of Herbert Baldwin 4

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-1927). Dio's Roman history 5

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1895). Cassii Dionis Cocceiani Historiarvm romanarvm qvae svpersvnt edidit Vrsvlvs Philippvs Boissevain 1

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-1927). Dio's Roman history 9

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-27). Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the version of Herbert Baldwin 2

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-1927). Dio's Roman history 7

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-27). Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the version of Herbert Baldwin 8

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1914-27). Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the version of Herbert Baldwin 3

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1895). Cassii Dionis Cocceiani Historiarvm romanarvm qvae svpersvnt edidit Vrsvlvs Philippvs Boissevain 5

Cassius Dio Cocceianus et al. (1863). Dio?nos Kassiou Kokke?ianou Ro?maike? historia 5

Cato, Marcus Porcius, 234-149 B.C et al. (1860). Praeter librum de re rustica quae extant

Charles, R. H. (Robert Henry), 1855-1931 (1920). A critical and exegetical commentary on the Revelation of St. John 1

Charles, R. H. (Robert Henry), 1855-1931 (1920). A critical and exegetical commentary on the Revelation of St. John 2

Christ, Wilhelm von, 1831-1906 et al. (1871). Anthologia graeca carminum christianorum; adornaverunt W. Christ et M. Paranikas

Claudianus, Claudius et al. (1922). Claudian 2

Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215 et al. (1869). Opera

Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215 et al. (1919). The exhortation to the Greeks : The rich man's salvation : and the fragment of an address entitled To the newly baptized

Cleomedes. [from old catalog] et al. (1891). Kyklike?s theo?rias meteo?ro?n vivlia dyo

Comnena, Anna, b. 1083 et al. (1884). Alexias

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 8

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 5

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 3

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 2

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 1

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 4

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 7

Cramer, J. A. (John Anthony), 1793-1848 (1844). Catenae Graecorum patrum in Novum Testamentum 6

Crosby, Alpheus, 1810-1874 (1875). A lexicon to Xenophon's Anabasis ..

Crosby, Alpheus, 1810-1874 (1871). A compendious grammar of the Greek language

Crosby, Alpheus, 1810-1874 (1856). Greek lessons: selections from Xenophon's Anabasis, with directions for the study of the grammar, notes, ... and vocabul

Curtius, Georg, 1820-1885 (1880). The Greek verb; its structure and development

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John Hessler (Warping History)

Welcome to the Jungle: Pursuing the Ancient and Modern Butterflies of Tikal

 

 It is interesting to contemplate a tangled bank, clothed with many plants of many kinds, with birds singing in the bushes, with various insects flitting about, and with worms crawling through the damp earth, and to reflect that these elaborately constructed forms, so different from each other, and dependent on each other in so complex a manner, have all been produced by laws acting around us. 

                                                              --Charles Darwin, On the Origin of Species, 1859


The jungles surrounding the great Maya archaeological site of Tikal are not only filled with the remnants of ancient civilizations, but also teem with life, much of it existing in much the same way as it did tens of thousands of years ago.

Author in the forests of Tikal
A great deal of this life consists in the swarms, colonies, and flying insects that cannot help but make a strong impression on any visitor to the surrounding jungles and that must have been a constant aspect of ancient life. In particular, if one subtracts the biting and parasitic flies and the blood drawing mosquitoes, butterflies are perhaps the most notable, constantly flying into and out of one's perceptual frame, especially deep in the most northern parts of the Peten region of Guatemala. During certain times of the year, flashes of blue, red and turquoise light up the jungle canopy, as large morphos and papilios go about their daily  rounds.
Morpho peliedes montezuma. A common butterfly in the bajo forests of Tikal from April to May.
The National Park that includes the ruins of the ancient Maya stronghold of Tikal is large, occupying some 576 sq. km. of seasonal rain forest in northern Guatemala and contains a nearly infinite variety of insect life.
Welcome to the Jungle. The author on one of his many collecting trips.
 The vast diversity of the jungle flora making up the park was first characterized by C. L. Lundell in 1937, in a report for the Carnegie Foundation called The Vegetation of Peten, that recognized how difficult a task cataloging tropical life would be. More recent studies have shown the area as once having been very arid and consisting mostly of juniper scrub. It appears that it wasn't until about 11,000 years ago that the rain forest, now dominating the landscape, came into being. The ground cover of the forest today is not completely uniform and is made up of a mosaic of five habitats that support a huge range of butterfly life and composes just a small part the region's complex biogeography. The five kinds of habitat in Tikal can be generally framed as follows:


  1.  Primary upland forest. These are found on well-drained limestone soils and cover about half of the National Park.
  2.  Primary Bajo forest. These are lowland forests that in the rainy season are inundated with water and then become arid in the dry season resulting in extremes in water content. This produces very different vegetation from the more stable upland forests. 
  3.   Disturbed forest. Normally small human settlements and selective logging.
  4.  Fallow fields and second growth. Common just outside the National Park boundaries caused by slash and burn agriculture.
  5.  Edge habitats. 
During the 19th century some of the first explorers to the ruins of Tikal and the surrounding landscapes began to collect and document the huge number of species that inhabit these various micro-environments.  One project in particular stands as a monument to this pursuit, the 51 volume Biologia Centrali-Americana, edited by Osbert Salvin and Frederick Du Gane  Godman. The work, which besides the 51 volumes devoted to zoology, completed its publication run in 1902, with 7 volumes dedicated to archaeology and the photographs of the explorer Alfred Maudslay. Overall the work took more than 37 years to complete.

Alfred Maudslay
Maudslay's Photo of Stele H at Copan
The range of the zoological works alone is dazzling and can be summarized as follows: one volume on on mammals; four on birds; one on reptiles and frogs; one on fish; one on molluscs; four on spiders and scorpions; one on centipedes and millipedes; eighteen on beetles; three on wasps and ants; seven on butterflies; three on flies; two on snouted insects or rhyncota; two on cicadas and chinch bugs and two on grasshoppers and cockroaches. If one includes the five volumes on botany, which are far from a complete survey of the regions flora, the work contains  1677 plates, more than half in color, depicting 18,587 different subjects. All in all about 50,000 species are dealt with and more than 19,000 of them are described in the volumes for the first time. Most of the volumes have been recently digitized by the Smithsonian Institution and are available at the Electronic Biologia Centrali-America site.

The undertaking of a project of this size was inspired by Salvin and Godman's reading of Darwin's Origin of Species, which in the two chapters entitled, Geographical Distribution, Darwin outlines the lack of complete species data for any one region in the tropics that might shed light on the deep biogeographical problem that, according to Darwin can be stated,

 "in considering the distribution of organic beings over the face of the globe, the first great fact that strikes us is, that neither the similarity nor the dissimilarity of the inhabitants of various regions can be accounted for by their climatal [sic] and other physical conditions."

The plates and volumes relating to the butterfly fauna found in the Biologia are particularly interesting to anyone studying the lepidoptera of the region today. The species attributions were mostly completed by Godman, whose own butterfly collection numbered more than 107,000 specimens. To work on the volumes both Godman and Slavin traveled to Guatemala, Honduras and Belize, and employed groups of both professional and amateur collectors. In the introduction to the entire series Godman writes of his collecting experiences and the impression the butterfly fauna made on him,

"In August 1861, I joined Salvin on his third expedition to Guatemala, and, after spending three weeks in Jamaica, en route, we landed at Belize; thence taking our passage in a coasting schooner we arrived at Yzabal on the Golgo Dolce. Here we remained a few days, making preparations for our journey [...] This place will, however, always be associated in my mind with my first sight of a living example of one of the most striking and gorgeous of all butterflied, Morpho peleides. I was sitting on the trunk of a fallen tree in the forest, when it came floating past me, but I was so overcome with astonishment and delight at this wonderful vision that, although I had butterfly net in hand, I was utterly unable to rise in pursuit until it was too late to capture it."

 In the Biologia three species of Morpho butterflies are mentioned and pictured, but the plate gives little impression of the difficult sorting out of the many subspecies of this genus that have been identified by modern collectors and entomologists.

Morpho Plate from the Biologia Centrali-Americana
The three species included by Godman have slightly different names in modern terminology due to the complexities associated with the many subspecies of Morpho that have been identified. The three represented in the Biologia plates are shown below by their type specimens ( "a type" is the single example used by entomologists to define a species):

Type specimens from the Biologia.  From the top Morpho deidamia granadensis, Morpho theseus justitae, and Mopho helenor octavia

For Godman, the helenor group must have been extremely difficult to identify, and although he must have noticed a wide variety of variations of this butterfly in the field, he makes no attempt to sort out the subspecies, of which the Morpho peleides that he was so taken with in his introduction is one. Today the complexity of the Morpho genus in Central America is an ongoing area of research with the following subspecies recognized so far:

  • M. h. achillaena (Hübner, [1823])
  • M. h. achillides C. & R. Felder, 1867
  • M. h. anakreon Fruhstorfer, 1910
  • M. h. charapensis Le Moult & Réal, 1962
  • M. h. coelestis Butler, 1866
  • M. h. cortone Fruhstorfer, 1913
  • M. h. corydon Guenée, 1859
  • M. h. guerrerensis Le Moult & Réal, 1962
  • M. h. helenor (Cramer, 1776)
  • M. h. insularis Fruhstorfer, 1912
  • M. h. leontius C. & R. Felder, 1867
  • M. h. macrophthalmus Fruhstorfer, 1913
  • M. h. maculata Röber, 1903
  • M. h. marajoensis Le Moult & Réal, 1962
  • M. h. marinita Butler, 1872
  • M. h. montezuma Guenée, 1859
  • M. h. narcissus Staudinger, 1887
  • M. h. octavia Bates, 1864
  • M. h. papirius Hopffer, 1874
  • M. h. peleides Kollar, 1850 now in Morpho peleides
  • M. h. peleus Röber, 1903
  • M. h. pindarus Fruhstorfer, 1910
  • M. h. popilius Hopffer, 1874
  • M. h. rugitaeniatus Fruhstorfer, 1907
  • M. h. telamon Röber, 1903
  • M. h. theodorus Fruhstorfer, 1907
  • M. h. tucupita Le Moult, 1925
  • M. h. ululina Le Moult & Réal, 1962
  • M. h. violaceus Fruhstorfer, 1912
  • M. h. zonaras Fruhstorfer, 1912
  With all the amazing butterfly life existing in the Maya region it is strange that we have few identifiable references to these particular kinds of insects in Maya iconography and painting. Many of the precise representations that we do have from native peoples of the region come from the Aztecs. One identifiable example is found in the sixteenth century Kingsborough Codex that details the history of Tepetlaoztoc (translated Cave-place).

Page from the Kingsborough Codex

According to Karl Taube, writing in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, butterflies, as creatures associated with daylight, flowers and warmth, were commonly identified with gods of fertility and abundance in Postclassic Central Mexico. The fertility goddess, Xochiquetzal, or "flower quetzal, often, according to Traube, wears a butterfly nose piece as well as butterflies in her headdress.

In the Kingsborough Codex, shown above, we see a feather mosaic shield containing Xochiquetzal portrayed as an upward flying butterfly.  Because of the two tails shown in the image the butterfly can be readily identified as a drawing of Papilio multicaudatus, one of the largest common butterflies found in the Valley of Mexico.
Papilio multicaudatus in the wild
Besides the shield, the Codex has other renditions of lepidoptera throughout its pages and even though they are less realistic, nonetheless, the drawings still give us a sense of the variety of these insects noticed by indigenous artists.


Today, research on the butterflies of Central America and the region surrounding Tikal and other ancient sites continues, with new species being found, and the genetic variations amongst known varieties being worked out with DNA sequencing. But even as the biogeography of these beautiful and striking creatures is more and more understood,  and as their distribution is being mapped by collectors and cartographers like myself, there is still little that can substitute for the shear joy and astonishment, much like that experienced by Godman in the nineteenth century, of seeing these insects "on the wing." An experience that unfortunately in today's rapidly developing world, is getting less and less possible.

Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

500 funzionari per i beni culturali

Il Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo e il Formez hanno pubblicato sui rispettivi siti i bandi di concorso per l’assunzione a tempo indeterminato presso il MiBACT di 500 funzionari da inquadrare nei seguenti profili professionali: antropologo (5 posti), archeologo (90 posti), architetto (130 posti), archivista (95 posti), bibliotecario (25 posti), demoantropologo (5 posti), promozione e comunicazione (30 posti), restauratore (80 posti) e storico dell’arte (40 posti).

Le collezioni dei musei di Parigi da esplorare online in un solo sito

Il comune di Parigi ha aperto a inizio maggio 2016 una nuova piattaforma per la conoscenza delle collezioni dei musei della città. Il progetto nasce con lo scopo di valorizzare i milioni di opere conservate nei musei parigini grazie ad un importante lavoro di digitalizzazione e documentazione che ha permesso di mettere online più di 180.000 opere, risorse bibliografiche e archivi, accessibili sul sito parismuseescollections.fr.

ASOR Blog (American Schools of Oriental Research)

Teaching Heritage in Classrooms

The first time I walked into my daughter’s playgroup, I saw a model of St. Peter’s Cathedral from Rome placed on the top shelf of the art/music classroom. Having walked around, I noticed the model of St. Basil’s [...]

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Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

Un viaggio virtuale alla scoperta del sito archeologico di Sa Mandra Manna

È stato presentato venerdì 20 maggio il progetto di valorizzazione mediante tecnologie 3D del sito archeologico di Sa Mandra Manna di Tula, in Sardegna, realizzato dalla società Sjm Tech di Cagliari. Sa Mandra Manna riunisce  monumenti diversi sia per la datazione (dal Neolitico all’età bizantina) sia per l'organizzazione spaziale e la tiplogia costruttiva.

Tomografia elettrica rivela la struttura ellittica dell’Anfiteatro romano di Volterra

Le prime importanti scoperte relative al ritrovamento dell’Anfiteatro romano di Volterra sono giunte tra luglio e ottobre 2015 quando sono state eseguite le prime indagini archeologiche preventive, seguite fino ad oggi da un team interdisciplinare diretto dalla dottoressa Elena Sorge, funzionaria responsabile del progetto della Soprintendenza Archeologica della Toscana.

Bill Caraher (The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World)

Publishing PKAP

One of the things that my friends and I said when we ran the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project is that we would publish promptly. We took that part of our responsibility as archaeologists seriously and produced our first volume documenting our intensive pedestrian survey work at the site as soon as we could. In fact, we excluded the results of our excavation from our first volume with the plans to publish a second volume. This made sense for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that our excavations were small, the assemblages were relatively more complex to understand, and the number of moving parts (including a retired collaborator!) remained relatively high. The result has been a series of delays and we’re now about 4 years adrift of our last excavation season, have new projects afoot, and are looking ahead to new fieldwork and writing opportunities.

Yesterday, Scott Moore, David Pettegrew, and I had a general meeting about the publication status of PKAP II. We reckon we’re 80% done with the manuscript. The core of the book is the analysis of the stratigraphy and the catalogue of finds with brief sections on our excavation methods and the history of excavation at the site.

The biggest challenge facing us is working on the conclusions. In PKAP I we offered some conclusions that located the Pyla-Koutsopetria micro-region in the larger context of the island of Cyprus and then the Eastern Mediterranean. Our excavations produced a more concentrated assemblage of material that speaks to the history of two small sites: an Early Christian basilica on the coastal plain and a Hellenistic fortified site on the on the plateau of Vigla. The assemblages of material from these sites offers important insights into the Early Hellenistic period and Late Antiquity on the island. Our goal in the conclusion is to write tiny histories of these sites that bring together the excavated assemblages with our survey data, with other assemblages across the island, and with larger narratives of sites (as opposed to regions) on the island.

To get to this point, though, we need to wrangle data, wrangle texts, and most importantly, wrangle people. As we lurch toward having our manuscript complete, we need to arrange the moving parts committed by various scholars. More on this as our manuscript finally takes shape.


May 23, 2016

Roger Pearse (Thoughts on Antiquity, Patristics, putting things online, and more)

The lost opening of Suetonius’ “The Twelve Caesars”, in John the Lydian

The biography and actions of the first twelve Caesars, from Julius to Domitian, were immortalised by a civil servant of the age of Hadrian.  Suetonius Tranquillus in his De vita Caesarum, On the lives of the Caesars, perhaps best known in English by the title of the Penguin edition, The Twelve Caesars, created a gossipy, colourful portrait that will prevail in the minds of men so long as his work is read.

But the work has not reached us in a complete form.  The preface is gone, and the opening sections of the life of Julius Caesar are likewise lost.  It seems that a single gathering of leaves, a quaternion, was lost from the ancestor of all known copies.  No manuscript known today, or known for centuries, contains this material.

In the sixth century, however, the Greek antiquarian John the Lydian was more fortunate.  Rummaging around the remains of Roman literature, and recording – in Greek – whatever he found worth remembering, he came across a copy of Suetonius’s classic work.

The copy that John the Lydian had included the prologue.  This included a dedication of the work to Septicius Clarus.

We know this, because of a few words in his work, De magistratibus populi Romani.  So I learn, from L.D.Reynolds marvellous work on the transmission of the Latin classics, Texts and Transmissions (p.399).

Unfortunately Reynolds leaves vague where John the Lydian says this, giving a reference to the old 1858 edition of Suetonius by Roth, p.x-xi.  Roth does not trouble to tell us in these words precisely where he found this information: but on p.286 we find this excerpt:

roth_suetonius_p286

In accordance with the infuriating referencing practice of his age, Roth vaguely refers to the “Bonn” edition.  Fortunately this also is online – the Corpus Scriptorum Historiae Byzantinae 29, 1837, – and so it can be referenced, although – curiously – the Bonn edition actually reads somewhat differently at a critical point!  It gives “Septimio” instead of “Septicio”.  But the low quality of the CSHB text is notorious.

If instead we consult the 1903 Teubner edition of Lydus, by R. Wunsch,[1] on p.61, we find the passage given as above.  Indeed Roth advises us that the Septimio/Septicio variant arises merely from an editor’s error in misreading a manuscript.[2]

The passage may be found in De Magistratibus, book II, chapter 6.  There is an English translation by Anastasius Bandy, which sadly I have no access to.  So let me just give the relevant words:

So Tranquillus dedicated the lives of the Caesars to Septicius, who then was prefect of the Praetorian cohort…

This “Septicius” can only be Septicius Clarus, whom Roth tells us held that post from 119-121 AD.  This dates the publication of The Twelve Caesars to ca. 120 AD.

From such slender threads do we gain just a little more information about one of the best-loved works of antiquity!

  1. [1] Online at Archive.org.
  2. [2] Ms. Paris Supp. gr. 257.

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Online Companion to The Worlds of Roman Women

[First posted in AWOL 15 April 2013, updated 23 May 2016]

Online Companion to The Worlds of Roman Women
In Memoriam: Barbara F. McManus 1942-2015

INSTRUCTION
Guides, Syllabi, Bibliography
WORLDS Texts, Commentary, Images  
Recent Additions


Digitized publications of The Norwegian Institute at Athens

The Norwegian Institute at Athens

The one hundred most recently deposited digitized publications served from Digitalt, the Bergen University Library Institutional Repository

Sean Gillies Blog

Crazy Legs 10K 2016

Crazy Legs 10K 2016

Yesterday morning I got out of bed at 5:00 a.m. to eat a bowl of cereal and a banana, drink a cup of coffee and a quart of water, and drive down Taft Hill Rd to Devil’s Backbone Open Space for this year’s edition of the Crazy Legs 10K trail run. Like last year, the weather was beautiful, the trail dry, the greenery very green. During the drive, I saw our Moon appear to go down directly behind Longs Peak. It is, of course, the other way around: the Moon, the horizon, and Longs Peak each move eastward relative to the stars, but the mountain’s apparent velocity is 27 times faster.

I ran the steep and rocky course in 1:04 (unofficially), one minute faster than last year, and finished in 17th place (up 7 spots). Best of all, I did not fall on the trail’s notorious rocks the one time I stumbled.

In my race packet, I found this.

https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7368/27193799245_58d4575480_b_d.jpg

A handwritten thank you note from the organizer to every entrant. A classy detail of a thoroughly classy event.

Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

Cosa si attende ancora per nominare UR tra le ricchezze del Patrimonio Mondiale? #Italy4UR

english version here

L’Unesco sta esaminando la richiesta di inserimento nel patrimonio mondiale del sito archeologico di UR da ben 16 anni.

In questi anni il sito ha sofferto di tutto, oltre alla mancanza di manutenzione, ha resistito alle guerre, agli americani che lo hanno usato come base militare, ai ladri e ai tombaroli (come li chiamiamo noi in Italia), ma anche alle bombe che hanno lasciato il segno delle voragini e ai proiettili che hanno lasciato il buco sulle pareti della grande Ziggurat.

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Greater Mesopotamia. Reconstruction of its Environment and History (GMREH)

Greater Mesopotamia. Reconstruction of its Environment and History (GMREH)
This research project, funded by the Belgian Science Policy Office - BELSPO in the framework of the Interuniversity Attraction Poles (IAP), focuses on the Ancient Near East, a region extending from ancient Iran and the Arabian Peninsula to the eastern Mediterranean.

In previous phases, a considerable part of the project concentrated on Syrian Upper Mesopotamia. The present phase represents a geographical extension towards “peripheral” regions such as Anatolia, the Levantine coast, Cyprus and the Persian Gulf. One of the opportunities the present phase offers, is that it allows exploiting the mass of previously collected data from Syria. The groundwork and stimulation of research provided by the previous IAP phases will allow a very efficient synergy.

The network is composed of four Belgian partners; the Royal Museums of Art and History (coordinator), the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, the KU Leuven and the Université Catholique de Louvain and of four international partners, Université Paris I, Université Toulouse III, University of California – Los Angeles and the University of Budapest.


The work falls under three main axes of investigation: 1) environmental changes and their impact on societies, 2) the transition between the Late Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age, including the centuries leading up to this period of unrest and its aftermath (seen through the situation in the Levant, Anatolia and Iran) and 3) historical studies. Within these primary axes of research, the practical execution of these projects is organised through six thematic work packages (for details, please see under “network”):

From a methodological point of view, this research approaches the history of the Ancient Near East (in its broadest sense from material history to cultural phenomena) from a combined environmental, historical and archaeological viewpoint. At the same time, it re-examines a number of fundamental key-stone topics such as chronology, climate evolution, seashore variations and material culture sequences. This pluridisciplinarity cannot consist of a side-by-side contribution of archaeology, geology, philology, historical geography and history that would only produce more data within the confinement of each of these disciplines. A fully integrated synergy of these approaches is essential. Such an ambitious undertaking could, of course, never be realized by any single team. It will take the added value of a comprehensive network.
Mission Statement

The objective of this project is to provide entirely new perspectives of major historical processes through the integration of palaeo-environmental data, cuneiform writing, archaeological site exploration and palynological analyses, in order to study the interaction of man with his environment and the development of, and interaction between, societies in the course of the regional history.

Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

Analisi chimico-fisiche svelano la composizione delle Tempere Fortuny

Le Tempere Fortuny sono una linea di colori per artisti ideata da Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, artista spagnolo noto per le sue innovazioni nella moda e nel teatro.
Palazzo Pesaro degli Orfei a Venezia, oggi Museo Fortuny, è stata dimora ed atelier dell’artista dal 1899 e fino alla sua morte nel 1949 ed ospita ancora oggi diversi strumenti e sostanze utilizzate dall'artista.

La difesa e il consumo di suolo all’attenzione del TECHNOLOGYforALL 2016

Due temi di importanza fondamentale per la sopravvivenza del nostro territorio continuamente attaccato, ma per il quale l’attuale coscienza collettiva è finalmente presente. Il problema più grave riguarda forse come porre rimedio agli errori del passato e come monitorare nel futuro.

Convegno La mappa per la salvaguardia dei patrimoni culturali, archivistici e bibliotecari

L’Associazione SOS Archivi organizza l'8 giugno a Milano il convegno “La mappa per la salvaguardia dei patrimoni culturali, archivistici e bibliotecari”, che si terrà presso il Comando Provinciale dei Vigili del Fuoco. Dopo il convegno, ci sarà una dimostrazione pratica di salvataggio di beni cartacei, a cui sarà possibile prendere parte in prima persona. La partecipazione è gratuita previa iscrizione.

Corso di Modellazione 3D con Blender

3DArcheoLab organizza a Parma dal 31 maggio al 9 giugno 2016 un Corso di Modellazione 3D con Blender della durata di 42 ore per imparare a modellare in 3D con il software open source e gratuito Blender. Il corso base è rivolto a tutti coloro che vogliono imparare le basi di modellazione e grafica 3D.

Che facciamo di bello? Musei e sperimentazioni a Sud

"Che facciamo di bello? Musei e Sperimentazioni a Sud” è una proposta, destinata alle scuole, alle famiglie, ai curiosi e agli appassionati d’arte, per scoprire in modo nuovo il patrimonio storico artistico di Puglia e Basilicata.

May 22, 2016

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum

Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum
Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum (TIR) is an FWF-funded research project (no. P 25495) conducted at the Department for Linguistics of the University of Vienna. Funding runs from 24th June 2013 until 23rd June 2016.
In addition the Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum (TIR) takes part in the project AELAW - Ancient European Languages and Writings (ISCH COST Action IS1407), supported by the European Union, active from 13th April 2015 to 12th April 2019. Further information on the AELAW-project you can find on the website of the project.
The project staff are:
The aim of the project is a comprehensive collection, display and linguistic analysis of the Raetic inscriptions in the form of an interactive online platform of the MediaWiki type. The project therefore comprises the following tasks:
  • Collecting all Raetic inscriptions hitherto known, including those of doubtful status.
  • Examining the original inscriptions, and documenting them, including photos, drawings and photogrammetry.
  • Collecting and examining the secondary literature concerning both the individual inscriptions, and Raetic language and script, archaeology, and history in general.
  • Creating a database and online interactive platform capable of displaying the inscriptions in an online corpus, with all aspects of the inscriptions (linguistic, archaeological, and graphematic data) documented exhaustively.
As of summer 2015, about a five sixths of the inscriptions have been autopsied and entered into the system. Information on the Raetic script, language and archaeology of the Raetic area is being added continuously in the form of pages for words, morphemes, phonemes and characters, and summary texts on relevant topics. For information on the structure of the system and help with navigating it, please consult How to use TIR.
Our project is a follow-up task to Lexicon Leponticum, and constitutes the next step towards a comprehensive online collection and edition of sources concerning the so-called North Italic alphabets. In the course of the project, the employment of free open-source software for the online presentation of scientific content in the humanities will be further improved and refined. The project aspires to set new standards in applying Web 2.0 tools within linguistic studies, and encourage the adoption of such collaboration and communication tools as MediaWiki for scientific purposes.

Lexicon Leponticum (LexLep)

Lexicon Leponticum (LexLep)
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by David Stifter, Martin Braun and Michela Vignoli
with the assistance of and contributions by Anna Adaktylos, Chiara Dezi, Eva Lettner, Corinna Salomon, Corinna Scheungraber and Marcel Schwarz
This site was created in the project P21706 "An interactive online etymological dictionary of Lepontic", funded by the FWFFonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, the Austrian Science Fund. The initial funding ran from Sept. 1, 2009 until June 30, 2011. Additional funding was received in March 2012 from the Celtic Research Trust (Isle of Man), to continue work on the project for a few months during that year. In addition to the website, several articles and presentations resulted from the work during the project and after its conclusion. On behalf of Lexicon Leponticum, David Stifter takes part in the Management Committee of AELAW - Ancient European Languages and Writings, ISCH COST Action IS1407 supported by the European Union, active from April 13, 2015 to April 12, 2019. 

The website is still under construction and should be viewed and used as a beta-version. When finished, the website can be expected to host a multimedia lexicon of the remnants of Lepontic and Cisalpine Gaulish, the Celtic languages spoken in the first millennium BC in northern Italy and southern Switzerland. The heart of the lexicon are an edition of all objects bearing Lepontic and Cisalpine Gaulish inscriptions, and an etymological dictionary of the attested words.

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Pages in Category
55 Museum
121 Site
403 Object
446 Inscription
625 Word
9 Morpheme
42 Phoneme
28 Character
4 Grammar
3 General Information
645 Reference
3 Help
2384 Total

Perseus Collection Greek and Roman Materials

Perseus Collection Greek and Roman Materials
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Frank Frost Abbott. Commentary on Selected Letters of Cicero. (English) search this work


Achilles Tatius. Leucippe et Clitophon. Rudolf Hercher. (Greek) [Ach. Tat.] search this work


J. Adam, A. M. Adam. Commentary on Plato, Protagoras. J. Adam & A. M. Adam. (English) search this work


James Adam. The Republic of Plato. (English) search this work

Aelian.


Aeneas Tacticus. Poliorcetica. William Abbott Oldfather. (Greek) [Aen. Tact.] search this work

Aeschines.

Aeschylus.


Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges. J. B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge, A. A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge. (English) [AG] search this work


Thomas W. Allen, E. E. Sikes. Commentary on the Homeric Hymns. (English) search this work

Ammianus Marcellinus.

Andocides.

Antiphon.

Apollodorus.


Apollonius Rhodius. Argonautica. George W. Mooney. (Greek) [Apollon.] search this work

Appian.

Apuleius.


Aratus Solensis. Phaenomena. G. R. Mair. (Greek) [Arat.] search this work

Aretaeus.

Aristides, Aelius.

Aristophanes.

Aristotle.

Arrian.


Asclepiodotus. Tactica. William Abbott Oldfather. (Greek) [Ascl.] search this work

Athenaeus.


Augustine, Saint. Epistulae. Selections.. James Houston Baxter. (Latin) [August. Ep.] search this work


Caesar Augustus. Res Gestae Divi Augusti. (Latin) [Aug. Anc.] search this work


Marcus Aurelius. M. Antonius Imperator Ad Se Ipsum. Jan Hendrik Leopold. (Greek) [Aur.] search this work

Ausonius, Decimus Magnus.


Georg Autenrieth. A Homeric Dictionary. (English) search this work

Bacchylides.


Barnabas. Barnabae Epistula. Kirsopp Lake. (Greek) search this work

Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea.


The Venerable Bede. Historiam ecclesiasticam gentis Anglorum. Charles Plummer. (Latin) search this work


Allen Rogers Benner. Selections from Homer's Iliad. (English) search this work

Bion of Phlossa.


Alan Boegehold. Three Court Days. Michael Gagarin. (English) [Boegehold essay] search this work

Boethius.

Diana Buitron-Oliver.


R. G. Bury. The Symposium of Plato. (English) search this work

C. Julius Caesar.

Callimachus.


Callistratus. Statuaram Descriptiones. Carl Ludwig Kayser. (Greek) search this work


L. D. Caskey, J. D. Beazley. Attic Vase Paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (English) [CB] search this work

C. Valerius Catullus.

Celsus.


Lisa M. Cerrato, Robert F. Chavez. Perseus Classics Collection: An Overview. (English) search this work


Chariton. De Chaerea et Callirhoe. Rudolf Hercher. (Greek) [Charit.] search this work


R. J. Cholmeley, M.A.. The Idylls of Theocritus. (English) search this work

M. Tullius Cicero.


Q. Tullius Cicero. Essay on Running for Consul. L. C. Purser. (Latin) [Q. Cic. Pet.] search this work

Claudianus, Claudius.

Clement of Alexandria.


Colluthus. Rape of Helen. A. W. Mair. (Greek) [Colluth.] search this work

Columella, Lucius Junius Moderatus.


Commentary on the Heroides of Ovid. (English) search this work

John Conington.


E. M. Cope. Commentary on the Rhetoric of Aristotle. (English) search this work


Gilbert A. Davies. Commentary on Demosthenes: Philippics I, II, III. (English) search this work

Demades.


Demetrius of Phaleron (attributed author). Libro de Elocutione. W. Rhys (William Rhys) Roberts. (Greek) search this work

Demosthenes.


A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (1890). William Smith, LLD, William Wayte, G. E. Marindin. (English) search this work


A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology. William Smith. (English) search this work


Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854). William Smith, LLD. (English) search this work

Dinarchus.


Dio Chrysostom. Orationes. J. de Arnim. (Greek) [D.Chr.] search this work


Cassius Dio Cocceianus. Historiae Romanae. Earnest Cary, Herbert Baldwin Foster. (Greek) search this work

Diodorus Siculus.

Diogenes Laertius.

Dionysius of Halicarnassus.


J.F. Dobson. The Greek Orators. (English) search this work


E. H. Donkin. Cicero Pro Roscio Amerino , Edited, after Karl Halm.. (English) search this work


Elegy and Iambus, Volume I. J. M. Edmonds. (Greek) search this work


Elegy and Iambus, Volume I. J. M. Edmonds. (English) search this work


Elegy and Iambus, Volume II. J. M. Edmonds. (Greek) search this work


Elegy and Iambus, Volume II. J. M. Edmonds. (English) search this work

Epictetus.

Euclid.

Euripides.


Eusebius of Caesarea. Historia ecclesiastica. Kirsopp Lake, J.E.L. Oulton, H.J. Lawlor. (Greek) search this work

C. Valerius Flaccus.


Florus, Lucius Annaeus. Epitome Rerum Romanorum. Edward Seymour Forster. (Latin) [Flor. Epit.] search this work


Edward S. Forster. Isocrates Cyprian Orations. (English) search this work


Harold North Fowler. Commentary on Thucydides Book 5. (English) search this work

Galen.

Aulus Gellius.

Basil L. Gildersleeve.


Francis Glass. Washingtonii Vita. J.N. Reynolds. (Latin) search this work

William Watson Goodwin.

C.E. Graves.


Greek Anthology, Volume I. W. R. Paton. (Greek) [Anth. Gr.] search this work


Greek Anthology, Volume II. W. R. Paton. (Greek) [Anth. Gr.] search this work


Greek Anthology, Volume III. W. R. Paton. (Greek) [Anth. Gr.] search this work


Greek Anthology, Volume IV. W. R. Paton. (Greek) [Anth. Gr.] search this work


Greek Anthology, Volume V. W. R. Paton. (Greek) [Anth. Gr.] search this work


J. B. Greenough, Benjamin L. D'Ooge, M. Grant Daniell. Commentary on Caesar's Gallic War. (English) search this work


J. B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge. Select Orations of Cicero , Allen and Greenough's Edition.. (English) search this work


William Gardner Hale. The Art of Reading Latin: How To Teach It. (English) search this work


Harpocration, Valerius. Lexicon in decem oratores Atticos. Wilhelm Dindorf. (Greek) search this work

Herodotus.

Hesiod.

Hippocrates.

Homer.


Homeric Hymns. Hugh G. Evelyn-White. (Greek) search this work


Homeric Hymns. Hugh G. Evelyn-White. (English) search this work

Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace).


Paul Shorey. Commentary on Horace, Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Saeculare. (English) search this work


W. W. How, J. Wells. A Commentary on Herodotus. (English) search this work

Hyperides.

Isaeus.

Isocrates.

Sir Richard C. Jebb.


Jerome, Saint. Epistulae. Selections.. F.A. Wright. (Latin) [Jer. Ep.] search this work


John, of Damascus (attributed author). Vita Barlaam et Joasaph. G.R. Woodward, H. Mattingly. (Greek) [Jo. Dam.] search this work

Flavius Josephus.

Julian the Emperor.


Juvenal. Satires. G. G. Ramsay. (Latin) [Juv.] search this work


Raphael Kühner, Friedrich Blass. Ausführliche Grammatik der Griechischen Sprache. Ildar Ibraguimov. (German) [KG] search this work

Raphael Kühner, Bernhard Gerth.


Latin Vulgate. Saint Jerome, Bible Foundation and On-Line Book Initiative. (Latin) search this work


Carol L. Lawton. Attic Document Reliefs, Art and Politics in Ancient Athens (Selections). (English) [Lawton essay] search this work


Walter Leaf. Commentary on the Iliad (1900). (English) search this work


Charlton T. Lewis. An Elementary Latin Dictionary. (English) search this work


Charlton T. Lewis, Charles Short. A Latin Dictionary. (English) search this work

Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott.

W. M. Lindsay.

Titus Livius (Livy).


Gonzalez Lodge. Commentary on Plato: Gorgias. (English) search this work


Longinus. De Sublimitate. William Rhys Roberts. (Greek) [Longin.] search this work


Longus. Daphnis & Chloe. Rudolf Hercher. (Greek) [Longus] search this work

M. Annaeus Lucanus.

Lucian.

Lucretius.


Lycophron. Alexandra. A.W. Mair. (Greek) [Lycophr.] search this work

Lycurgus.

Lysias.


Reginald Walter Macan. Herodotus, The Seventh, Eighth, & Ninth Books with Introduction and Commentary. (English) search this work


Anne Mahoney. Overview of Latin Syntax. (English) search this work

E.C. Marchant.


Martial. Epigrammata. Wilhelm Heraeus, Jacobus Borovskij. (Latin) [Mart.] search this work


Thomas R. Martin. An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander. (English) [TRM OV] search this work


Susan Matheson. Polygnotos and His Group. (English) [Matheson essay] search this work


E. T. Merrill. Commentary on Catullus. E. T. Merrill. (English) search this work


W. Walter Merry, James Riddell, D. B. Monro. Commentary on the Odyssey (1886). (English) search this work


Philostratus Minor. Imagines. Carl Ludwig Kayser. (Greek) [Philostr. Jun. Im.] search this work


Minucius Felix, Marcus. Octavius. Gerald H. Rendall, W.C.A. Kerr. (Latin) [Minuc. Oct.] search this work


Warren G. Moon. Greek Vase-Painting in Midwestern Collections. (English) [Moon essay] search this work


George W. Mooney. Commentary on Apollonius: Argonautica. George W. Mooney. (English) search this work


Charles D. Morris. Commentary on Thucydides Book 1. (English) search this work

Moschus.


Jenifer Neils. Phintias and Euthymides. (English) [Neils essay] search this work


Cornelius Nepos. Vitae. Albert Fleckeisen. (Latin) search this work


New Testament. Brooke Foss Westcott, Fenton John Anthony Hort. (Greek) search this work


Nonnus of Panopolis. Dionysiaca. W.H.D. Rouse. (Greek) [Nonn. D.] search this work


John H. Oakley. The Achilles Painter. (English) [Oakley essay] search this work


Pseudo-Xenophon (Old Oligarch). Constitution of the Athenians. E. C. Marchant. (English) [Ps. Xen. Const. Ath.] search this work


Onasander. Strategicus. William Abbott Oldfather. (Greek) [Onos.] search this work


Oppian of Apamea. Cynegetica. A. W. Mair. (Greek) [Opp. C.] search this work


Oppian. Halieutica. A. W. Mair. (Greek) [Opp. H.] search this work

P. Ovidius Naso.

Michael Padgett.


F. A. Paley. Select Private Orations of Demosthenes. (English) search this work


Parthenius. Narrationes Amatoriae. Rudolf Hercher. (Greek) [Parth.] search this work

Pausanias.


Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities (1898). (English) search this work


Perseus Encyclopedia. (English) [PersEnc.] search this work


Persius. Satires. G.G.Ramsay, G. G. Ramsay. (Latin) [Pers.] search this work

Petronius.

Phaedrus.

Philostratus the Athenian.


Philostratus the Lemnian (Philostratus Major). Imagines. Carl Ludwig Kayser. (Greek) [Philostr. Maj. Im.] search this work

Pindar.


Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby. A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. (English) search this work

Plato.

T. Maccius Plautus.

Pliny the Elder.


Pliny the Younger. Letters. (Latin) [Plin. Ep.] search this work

Plutarch.

Polybius.


The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites. Richard Stillwell, William L. MacDonald, Marian Holland McAllister, Stillwell, Richard, MacDonald, William L., McAlister, Marian Holland. (English) [PECS] search this work

Procopius.

Sextus Propertius.

Prudentius.

Pseudo-Plutarch.


Pseudo-Xenophon. Constitution of the Athenians. E. C. Marchant. (Greek) [Ps. Xen. Const. Ath.] search this work


Claudius Ptolemy. Tetrabiblos. F.E. Robbins. (Greek) [Ptol.] search this work

Quintilian.


George A. Reisner. A History of the Giza Necropolis Volume I, A History of the Giza Necropolis Volume I (Selections). (English) search this work


Curtius Rufus, Quintus. Historiae Alexandri Magni. Edmund Hedicke. (Latin) [Curt.] search this work


Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox. Overview of Greek Syntax. (English) search this work

Sallust.


J. E. Sandys. Select Private Orations of Demosthenes. (English) search this work


Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 1. David Magie, Ainsworth O'Brien-Moore, Susan Helen Ballou. (Latin) search this work


Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 2. David Magie, Ainsworth O'Brien-Moore. (Latin) search this work


Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Vol 3. David Magie. (Latin) search this work

Seneca the Elder.

Seneca.

Maurus Servius Honoratus.

Thomas D. Seymour.


Harvey Alan Shapiro. Art, Myth, and Culture, Greek Vases from Southern Collections. (English) search this work


H. Sharpley. Demosthenes: Olynthiacs I, II, III. (English) search this work

Sidonius Apollinaris.


Silius Italicus. Punica. Walter Coventry Summers, John Percival Postgate. (Latin) search this work


Charles Simmons. The Metamorphoses of Ovid, Books XIII and XIV. (English) search this work


William J. Slater. Lexicon to Pindar. (English) [Slater lexicon] search this work

Charles F. Smith.


Josiah Renick Smith. Xenophon: Memorabilia. (English) search this work


Quintus Smyrnaeus. Fall of Troy. Arthur S. Way. (Greek) [Q. S.] search this work


Herbert Weir Smyth. A Greek Grammar for Colleges. (English) [Smyth grammar] search this work

Sophocles.

Statius, P. Papinius.


Andrew Stewart. One Hundred Greek Sculptors, Their Careers and Extant Works. (English) [Stewart sculpture] search this work

Strabo.

C. Suetonius Tranquillus.

Sulpicia.

Cornelius Tacitus.

P. Terentius Afer (Terence).

Tertullian.


Theocritus. Idylls. R. J. Cholmeley, M.A.. (Greek) search this work


Theophrastus. Characters. Hermann Diels. (Greek) [Thphr. Char.] search this work

Thucydides.


Tibullus. Elegiae. J. P. Postgate. (Latin) search this work


James A. Towle. Commentary on Plato: Protagoras. James A. Towle. (English) search this work


Tryphiodorus. The Taking of Ilios. A. W. Mair. (Greek) [Tryph.] search this work


T. G. Tucker. Commentary on Thucydides: Book 8. (English) search this work


Valerius Maximus. Facta et Dicta Memorabilia. Karl Friedrich Kempf. (Latin) [V. Max.] search this work

P. Vergilius Maro.

Vitruvius Pollio.


Ellen Reeder Williams. The Archaeological Collection of the Johns Hopkins University (Selections). (English) [Williams essay] search this work


World English Bible. Rainbow Missions, Inc., Rainbow Missions, Inc.; revision of the American Standard Version of 1901. (English) search this work


Xenophon of Ephesus. Ephesiaca. Rudolf Hercher. (Greek) [X. Eph.] search this work

Xenophon.

Scott Moore (Ancient History Ramblings)

Sunday

IMG_0472[1]P1040125So, today is the halfway point for my time in Cyprus. I have been here for two weeks and have two more to go. Today was a day off, so to speak. We used the day to show our friend David around Polis.  First, we went to the plateia and had a late breakfast – I had an omelette. We then went to the site and looked around the excavated areas, EF1, EF2, and EG0. Next, we went for a ride and looked at a few sites around the area. We stopped first at Chrysochou and looked at the church of Agios Andronikos which was a sixteenth-century church that was turned into a mosque in the seventeenth century. We then drove around the countryside and looked around and visited some neighboring villages, such as Steni. We then went to lunch and I had a healthy brunch (see below).

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Juan Garcés (Digitised Manuscripts Blog)

Size Matters

The British Library’s Digitised Manuscripts website reveals a number of remarkable things in the text and decoration of over 1460 complete manuscripts (and counting). One thing Digitised Manuscripts cannot show you, however, is the actual size of the manuscripts, since our viewer is limited by the size of your screen....

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM)

A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM)
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The aim of our project “A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts” (CEToM) is to provide an integrated corpus of already published as well as still unpublished Tocharian texts. While the traditional editions are often lacking translations and photographs of the manuscripts, in recent years images of many fragments have been made available online, first on TITUS and later also on IDP. Likewise, many of the old editions have been digitised, on TITUS and in Gerd Carling's Thesaurus of Tocharian A (in progress), and new fragments have been edited both on TITUS and on IDP. Starting out from these existing editions, both printed and online, our aim is to provide an edition that is comprehensive, uses a unified notation, informs on the chronological layer and the script type, and adds translation, commentary, a systematic metrical analysis, and a bibliography.
In addition, the texts are analyzed grammatically and, as far as possible, the morphological characteristics of each word are determined. In this way, the text corpus is made accessible for any kind of word or grammar search. It will be possible, for instance, to search for all genitive plural forms, or for 2sg. finite verbal forms. In the Advanced Search function it will also be possible to refine a search by limiting it to archaic texts, metrical texts, texts from a certain find spot or genre etc., or a combination of these.
We expect that the combination of an electronic edition with grammatical information and a sophisticated search function will not only be useful for linguistic inquiries, but also be of essential help in the decipherment and identification of problematic unedited fragments, not the least in the course of our own edition work.
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Corpus Inscriptionum Phoenicarum

Corpus Inscriptionum Phoenicarum
 
Welcome to the website of the Corpus Inscriptionum Phoenicarum necnon Poenicarum (CIP), a project which collects and produces a critical edition of all the Phoenician and Punic epigraphic documents.
The CIP is a joint venture between scientists at the National Research Councils of Italy and Spain, namely the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, CNR and Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC, with the collaboration of colleagues from other institutions.
The two headquarters of the project are the Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico (ISMA) and the Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CSIC, Madrid).

MNAMON: Antiche scritture del Mediterraneo: Guida alle risorse elettroniche

[First posted in AWOL 25 June 2010. Updated 22 Mayl 2016]

MNAMON: Antiche scritture del Mediterraneo: Guida alle risorse elettroniche - Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean: a critical guide to electronic resources
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Portale delle antiche scritture del Mediterraneo (dalle origini al VI secolo d.C.)
Mnamon intende fornire informazioni su quanto di utile e di meglio si trova sul web per lo studio e la ricerca nell'ambito delle scritture antiche del Mediterraneo: archivi di documenti, centri di ricerca, strumenti bibliografici, materiali didattici.
Le informazioni sono selezionate e recensite criticamente da specialisti. Di ogni scrittura è fornita una breve presentazione che indica luoghi e tempi di attestazione, caratteristiche della scrittura e lingue che la utilizzano.
La redazione procede attraverso il lavoro individuale o di piccoli gruppi di specialisti di ogni singola scrittura ed è integrato parallelamente da una regolare attività seminariale collettiva che coinvolge tutti i collaboratori.
Il Portale è perciò rivolto a un’utenza che va dagli studenti ai ricercatori specialisti.
E’ previsto uno spazio moderato di commento e discussione per gli utenti, sia perché ci aiutino con le loro osservazioni a migliorare e aggiornare i dati, sia per favorire il contatto e la collaborazione fra gli studiosi.
Portal for Ancient Writing Systems in the Mediterranean (from the origins to the 6th century A.D.)
Mnamon provides information on the best and most useful material available on the web for the research and study of ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean: archives, research centers, bibliographies and teaching materials.
All information is selected and critically reviewed by specialists. A brief presentation of the characteristics, the places and times when documented and the languages that used each writing system are included.
Editing of the materials is carried out by individuals or small groups of specialists of each writing system, with regular seminars involving all the specialists.
Students, specialists and researchers will all find material of interest on the Portal.
We plan to add a comment and discussion area, moderated by specialists, where users can leave any comments to help us improve or update our information, and where researchers can meet and share information.

Hesperia: Banco de Datos de Lenguas Paleohispánicas

Hesperia: Banco de Datos de Lenguas Paleohispánicas 
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.
El Banco de Datos HESPERIA incluye:
  • Todos los textos en lenguas paleohispánicas (ibérico, celtibérico, lusitano y la del Suroeste).
  • Las inscripciones monetales paleohispánicas.
  • La onomástica indígena (antropónimos, topónimos, etnónimos y teónimos de las lenguas mencionadas, así como del vascón o del turdetano) transmitida en fuentes epigráficas o literarias grecolatinas.
  • Las glosas hispánicas transmitidas por los autores antiguos.
El Banco de Datos HESPERIA de Lenguas Paleohispánicas está mantenido por un equipo de investigadores pertenecientes a la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad del País Vasco-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Universidad de Zaragoza y Universitat de Barcelona, con financiación del Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad del Gobierno de España. 

The main objective of the HESPERIA Palaeohispanic Languages Data Bank is to collect, organise and process all ancient linguistic material relating to the Iberian Peninsula (and any related material in the south of France), with the exception of Latin, Greek and Phoenician inscriptions. Thus, the HESPERIA Data Bank includes every text in the Palaeohispanic languages (Iberian, Celtiberian, Lusitanian and the language of the Southwestern inscriptions), coin legends, indigenous onomastics (anthroponyms, toponyms, ethnonyms and theonyms in the aforementioned languages, as well as those of Vasconian and Turdetanian) conveyed in Greco-Latin epigraphic or literary sources and Hispanic glosses conveyed by ancient authors.  

May 21, 2016

Scott Moore (Ancient History Ramblings)

Saturday

IMG_0471Not much new has happened. A normal day at the apotheke yesterday working on refining some of my initial pottery reading. I also started illustrating some of the pieces we pulled for inventorying. I am still sort of slow at this, so I did not get a lot of them done. Amy brought her students out to the apotheke so I did a short talk on ceramics and how we process our ceramics at Polis. To finish the day, since the weather was nice we went to Fly Again and had pizza while we watched the sunset (see image below). Today (Saturday) was a short day since the museum is open for a shorter time on Saturday. We also left a little early so I could gas up the car since I will be driving to Larnaca to pick up Dave this evening. As for potato chips, yesterday I tried the Tsakiris Bacon and Cheese Flavoured Chips. I thought this would be a slam dunk, I like Bacon and I like Cheese, so why not the two together? I have also been putting a slice of cheese on my BLT sandwiches lately. As you can expect from this buildup, I did not like these chips at all. I am not sure what the flavour tasted like, but it was not what I expected. It did not taste like cheese or bacon, just strange….and not good. So, this will be my first very low rating for this brand – * (1).

RSM

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Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Open Access Journal: Forum Cultural

Forum Cultural
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Revista Forum cultural, editată de Direcţia Judeţeană pentru Cultură şi Patrimoniul Cultural Naţional Botoşani şi-a făcut apariţia , în mai 2001, în urma unificării fostului Inspectorat pentru Cultură şi al OficiuluiJudeţean pentru Patrimoniul Cultural naţional, rezultând o instituţie activă având ca obiectiv cunoaşterea şi ocrotirea patrimoniului cultural de pe raza judeţului Botoşani.

Fără îndoială că, dincolo de activitatea de zi cu zi a specialiştilor în vederea aplicării legilor care guvernează domeniul patrimoniului cultural, s-a simţit nevoia unei relaţii cu publicul, concretizată prin apariţia acestei publicaţii trimestriale. 


După un început modest, revista s-a diversificat în ceea ce priveşte conţinutul şi şi-a ridicat standardele, propunându-şi şi reuşind să aducă la îndemâna celor interesaţi aproape toată gama de bunuri aflate şi cunoscute de pe teritoriul judeţului Botoşani: patrimoniul arheologic, mobil, imobil precum şi referiri la muzee, colecţii şi colecţionari, note, comentarii, idei sau recenzii privind volume sau studii referitoare la acest patrimoniu cultural deosebit de bogat şi divers. 


Din păcate patrimoniul cultural a fost păgubit de-a lungul anilor, mai ales după 1989, datorită lacunelor legislative, dar şi factorilor antropici, sub imboldul speculei deşănţate a teritoriului urban sau incompetenţei şi chiar relei voinţe a unor factori administrativi sau chiar culturali. Nu lipseşte şi o Cronică a celor mai importante evenimente dintr-un judeţ cotat fiind mai ales prin moştenirea şi prezentul său cultural şi ştiinţific.


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Manuscripts from Wales, AD 800-1250

Location: Council Room (K2.29), King's Building, Strand Campus

When: Tuesday 24th May 2016 (2pm-6pm)

Register here: http://welshmanuscripts.eventbrite.co.uk

The manuscript evidence from pre-Edwardian Wales, though ravaged by the effects of Norman and Edwardian conquests of the eleventh and thirteenth centuries, demonstrates that Wales in the central Middle Ages enjoyed complex cultural traditions. The only part of Britain where the tradition of Latin writing can be demonstrated to have survived into the sub-Roman period, Wales was also a point of contact with Ireland and the European continent, a nexus of influences and languages, and a source of texts and scribal expertise exploited in Anglo-Saxon England.

This workshop brings together palaeographers, historians and literary scholars who work on the material remnants of early Latin and vernacular culture in Wales to discuss the problems and opportunities which this material presents.

Speakers will include:

  • Julia Crick (King's College London): Welcome and Opening Remarks. 
  • Colleen Curran (King's College London): "The Curious Case of the Caroline in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 153"
  • Ben Guy (Cambridge): "Institutional Continuity and the Survival of Manuscripts from Early Medieval Wales" 
  • David Dumville (Aberdeen): "Brittonic scripts in the earlier Middle Ages: questions not asked, asked, and inadequately answered"
  • Helen McKee (RHUL): "The Corpus Martianus Capella"
  • Paul Russell (Cambridge): "Copying and Modernising the Book of Llandaff"
  • Myriah Williams (Cambridge): "Abbreviations in the Black Books"

See here for the full programme.

Organised by Julia Crick and Paul Russell.

(Image is a detail from the Cambridge Juvencus [CUL, MS Ff.4.42], f. 6r)

May 20, 2016

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Society for Classical Studies Annual Meeting Sessions on Professional Issues in the Field

Society for Classical Studies Annual Meeting Sessions on Professional Issues in the Field
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Several sessions at recent annual meetings have dealt with major professional issues in the field of Classics.  Below you will find links to texts of papers presented, audio recordings of the talks, or supplementary materials to the presentations. The titles of the sessions are as follows:

2016 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California

Presidential Panel
‘The Spring from the Year’: Contingent Faculty and the Future of Classics
John Marincola, Organizer

[Click on the name of the speaker to see the text of his or her talk.  Click on the title to hear an audio file of each talk and the discussion period.]
John Marincola, Florida State University
Introduction: The New Faculty Majority
  1. Eleanor Dickey, University of Reading
    Is There Anything I Can Do? How Individual Academics Can Make A Difference
  1. John Paul Christy, American Council of Learned Societies
    “So Happy a Versatility”: The Uses of Advanced Training in the Humanities
  1. Stephanie Budin, University of Oregon
    What You Do unto the Least of These: Adjuncts and Painful Trends in Higher Education
  1. C. W. Marshall, University of British Columbia
    Reclaiming the Landscape
Questions and Discussion
Session #40
The Future of Classical Education: A Dialogue
Organized by the SCS Program Committee

Joy Connolly, New York University, Presider
  1. Arlene Holmes-Henderson, University of Oxford
    Classical Education in the UK: Boom or Bust?
    [Link Forthcoming]
       2.  Mary Pendergraft, Wake Forest University
            Trends in Teaching the Classics to Undergraduates
      3.   Kathleen M. Coleman, Harvard University
            Nondum Arabes Seresque rogant
: Classics Looks East

       4.  Nigel Nicholson, Reed College
            A Liberal Art for the Future


2013 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington

Session 54
Alternative Employment for PhDs and Advanced Graduate Students in Classical Studies/Archaeology
Organized by the APA/AIA Joint Placement Committee

Mike Lippman, University of Arizona, David S. Potter, University of Michigan, Betsey A. Robinson, Vanderbilt University, Organizers


2012 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Presidential Panel
Images for Classicists

Kathleen M. Coleman, Harvard University, Presider
- See more at: https://classicalstudies.org/annual-meeting/annual-meeting-sessions-professional-issues-field#sthash.jCCrvtih.dpuf

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Pointing at the Past: From Formula to Performance in Homeric Poetics.
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Imperial Geographies in Byzantine and Ottoman Space.
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Multitextuality in the Homeric Iliad: The Witness of Ptolemaic Papyri
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Homer's Versicolored Fabric: The Evocative Power of Ancient Greek Epic Wordmaking
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Homeric Durability: Telling Time in the Iliad
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The Epic Rhapsode and His Craft: Homeric Performance in a Diachronic Perspective.
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The Master of Signs: Signs and the Interpretation of Signs in Herodotus' Histories
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The Web of Athenaeus. Translated by Arietta Papaconstantinou and edited by Scott Fitzgerald Johnson. 
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Eusebius of Caesarea: Tradition and Innovations.
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The Theology of Arithmetic: Number Symbolism in Platonism and Early Christianity.
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Eve of the Festival: Making Myth in Odyssey 19.
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Christianity and Hellenism in the Fifth-Century Greek East: Theodoret's Apologetics against the Greeks in Context.
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Poetry as Initiation: The Center for Hellenic Studies Symposium on the Derveni Papyrus.
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Divine Yet Human Epics: Reflections of Poetic Rulers from Ancient Greece and India.
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A Californian Hymn to Homer.
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Kleos in a Minor Key: The Homeric Education of a Little Prince
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The Culture of Kitharôidia
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Loving Humanity, Learning, and Being Honored: The Foundations of Leadership in Xenophon's Education of Cyrus.
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Paideia and Cult: Christian Initiation in Theodore of Mopsuestia.
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Aspects of History and Epic in Ancient Iran: From Gaumāta to Wahnām.
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The Power of Thetis and Selected Essays
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Plato's Counterfeit Sophists.
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From Listeners to Viewers: Space in the Iliad.
Online edition of Hellenic Studies 53, originally published in 2012 by the Center for Hellenic Studies. Copyright, Center for Hellenic Studies. Available for purchase in print via Harvard University Press.
Cover TsagalisTsagalis, Christos,The Oral Palimpsest: Exploring Intertextuality in the Homeric Epics. Online edition of Hellenic Studies 29, originally published in 2008 by the Center for Hellenic Studies. Copyright, Center for Hellenic Studies. Available for purchase in print via Harvard University Press.
Tzifopoulos coverTzifopoulos, Yannis,Paradise Earned: The Bacchic-Orphic Gold Lamellae of Crete. Online edition of Hellenic Studies 23, originally published in 2010 by the Center for Hellenic Studies. Copyright, Center for Hellenic Studies. Available for purchase via Harvard University Press.
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The Theory and Practice of Life: Isocrates and the Philosophers.
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Cover WellsWells, James Bradley,Pindar's Verbal Art: An Ethnographic Study of Epinician Style. Online edition of Hellenic Studies 40, originally published in 2010 by the Center for Hellenic Studies. Copyright, Center for Hellenic Studies. Available for purchase in print via Harvard University Press.
Cover YatromanolakisYatromanolakis, Dimitrios,Sappho in the Making: The Early Reception. Online edition of Hellenic Studies 28, originally published in 2008 by the Center for Hellenic Studies. Copyright, Center for Hellenic Studies. Available for purchase in print via Harvard University Press.
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The Signal: Digital Preservation

UNESCO PERSIST: A Global Exchange on Digital Preservation

This is a guest post by Robert R. Buckley, Technical Adviser at the National Archives of the UAE in Abu Dhabi and the Coordinator for the PERSIST Policy Working Group.

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UNESCO PERSIST meeting in Abu Dhabi. Photo courtesy of National Archives of the UAE.

Readers of this blog would have first seen mention of the UNESCO PERSIST project in The Signal last January. It occurred in a guest post on intellectual property rights related to software emulation. Dealing with IP rights is one of the known challenges of digital preservation. Dealing with the volume of digital content being generated is another, requiring decisions on what content to select and preserve for the benefit of society. These and other digital preservation activities typically depend on policies that influence decision-making and planning processes with a view to enabling sustainability. All these issues fall within the scope for the PERSISTproject and were addressed at its recent meeting held March 14-16 in Abu Dhabi.

The meeting was hosted by Dr. Abdulla El Reyes, Director General of the National Archives of the UAE and Chair of the UNESCO Memory of the World Program. PERSIST is part of the Memory of the World Program and a partnership between UNESCO, the International Council of Archives and the International Federation of Libraries Associations and Institutions. (If it were an acronym, PERSIST would stand for Platform to Enhance and Reinforce the Sustainability of the Information Society Trans-globally.) It is a response to the UNESCO/UBC Vancouver Declaration, adopted at the 2012 Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation in Vancouver, where conference participants agreed on the pressing need to establish a road map proposing solutions, agreements and policies for implementation by all stakeholders, in particular governments and industry.

The focus of the PERSIST project is on providing these stakeholders, as well as heritage institutions, with resources to address the challenges of long-term digital preservation and the risks of losing access to part of our digital heritage through technology obsolescence. Fostering a high-level dialogue and joint action on digital preservation issues among all relevant stakeholders is a core objective of PERSIST. For example, during the UNESCO General Conference last November in Paris, PERSIST hosted an event that included Microsoft, Google and the ACM. This is the kind of thing UNESCO is well positioned to do and where it can add value on a global scale in the very active and fertile field of digital preservation.

The Abu Dhabi meeting was attended by over 30 experts, representing heritage institutions, universities and governmental, non-governmental and commercial organizations from a dozen countries spread across five continents. The meeting had an ambitious agenda that included formulating an operating plan for 2016-2017. The major outcomes of the meeting were organized around the work of the three task forces into which PERSIST was divided: Content, Technology and Policy.

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Official launch of the UNESCO/PERSIST Selection Guidelines. Photo courtesy of National Archives of the UAE

First was the launch of the UNESCO/PERSIST Guidelines for the selection of digital heritage for long-term preservation, drafted by the Content Task Force. The selection process, in the form of a decision tree, takes a risk-assessment approach to evaluating significance, assessing sustainability and considering availability in dealing with the overwhelming volume of digital information now being created and shared. Written by a team of seven experts from the library, archives, and museum community, the Guidelines aim to provide an overarching starting point for heritage institutions when drafting their own policies on the selection of digital heritage for long-term sustainable digital preservation.

Second was the progress by the Technology Task Force on defining the PERSIST technology strategy and finding an organizational home that would maintain, manage and make available the legacy software platform for future access to digital heritage at risk due to software obsolescence. (PERSIST is in contact with the Software Preservation Network and will be presenting at the SPN Forum in August.)

The diagram illustrates the role of the UNESCO PERSIST project in the digital preservation ecosystem, including access to legacy software licenses. The organizational home, which we have been calling the UNESCO PERSIST Organization or UPO, would complement the work of the UNESCO PERSIST project. It would be a non-profit that would be able to enter into legal agreements with software vendors—a significant capability. Conversations are underway with a candidate organization about hosting the UPO.

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Role of UNESCO PERSIST in the Digital Preservation Ecosystem. Diagram by Natasa Milic-Frayling. CLICK TO ENLARGE

Third was the formal creation of the Policy Task Force. In one way or another its initial outputs are all related to the Recommendation concerning the preservation of, and access to, documentary heritage including in digital form, which was approved at the UNESCO General Conference in November 2015 and which requires action by UNESCO Member States. Besides contributing directly to the guidelines for implementing the digital part of the Recommendation, the task force also plans to take a community-based approach to develop supporting tools such as a Model National Digital Preservation Strategy and a Starter’s Guide for policymakers. Already the Selection guidelines provide a tool for the identification of documentary heritage called for by the Recommendation. The Policy team will also work with the other task forces on strategic policy questions.

From here, there is still much to be done in disseminating the selection guidelines that would make the challenges of digital preservation more manageable, in developing and putting on a firm foundation the software technology platform that would enable access to legacy documents, and in establishing policy guidelines that would provide institutional and national frameworks where they are most needed for the preservation of digital documentary heritage.

You can hear more about PERSIST at the IFLA WLIC 2016 and the SPN Forum in August, the ICA Congress in September and iPRES 2016 in October. You can also read about PERSIST online, watch an introductory video and follow it on Twitter at #unescopersist.

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Archaeology for Brownies!

Our latest post is written by one of our faculty advisors, Dr. Lisa Cooper, who recently took our teaching collection to an entirely new audience… Brownies! Not the delicious dessert, we’re talking Girl Guides here! We’re absolutely delighted that she’s passing on our shared love of the ancient world and…

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Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative

Introducing BARDSS

logoIntroducing BARDSS is a website developed as part of the Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative, to explains and promote another digital project called BARDSS, the Baptismal Records Database for Slave Societies. BARDSS is intended to be a user-friendly and searchable online database that will make accessible detailed data from the baptismal records of thousands of African and African-descended individuals across the Americas. Because BARDSS is still a work in progress, we created this site to update about its progress and to discuss some of their features.

Our goal with this website is to socialize and receive feedback for the construction of this project before we launch the software. We discuss our decisions in relation to the structure of the fields, the selection of the data, and how we visualize future search tools. This democratic process of creating knowledge, we believe, is one of the main achievements of our nascent digital age. The site is divided in six sections including the landing page. We cover the majority of the key issues we faced while creating BARDSS. The pages explains, the records we used and what that type of information their contain. The Fields section detailed how we group the content of the baptismal records into categories. The Search section shows ho we envision the tools that users will have available to conduct different type of crossed search. Finally, the section called Visualization is a projection of what type of questions BARDSS can answer through its visualization tool.  We hope that BARDSS will be not only be public as a finished digital tool, but that its creation will also be a public endeavor and that this website could help to achieve this goal

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Winning the Tour de France, Research Data and Data Stewardship

 

Presentation to Sport Data Valley given at TU Delft Library meeting on value of Data Stewardship, May 2016

 


Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

IIC 2016 Training Programme: Analisi non distruttive per la conservazione del patrimonio culturale

L'International Institute for Conservation (IIC) all'interno dell'International Training Centre for Conservation (IIC-ITCC) promuove, facendo seguito al successo del programma formativo dello scorso anno, il programma di formazione 2016 sul tema delle analisi non distruttive per la conservazione del patrimonio culturale.

Turismo 2.0 - Per una generazione di startup

Turismo 2.0 - Per una generazione di startup è un programma di BIC Lazio finalizzato alla nascita di startup innovative nei settori della promozione e valorizzazione dei territori. Attraverso un percorso di progettazione e sperimentazione, team imprenditoriali e startup svilupperanno il proprio business nei settori della promozione e valorizzazione del patrimonio turistico e culturale. Il percorso si avvarrà delle testimonianze di imprenditori ed operatori di eccellenza.

Bill Caraher (The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World)

Working at Polis

For the last week or so, I’ve been working with Scott Moore and Brandon Olson at Polis-Chrysochous on Cyprus. This is a ongoing publication project focused on the study of the Hellenistic and later material. We started our work in the area around the South Basilica (or E.F2 in Polis lingo), and Brandon Olson continues to work on the Hellenistic material from there. 

Scott Moore and I have shifted our attention from E.F2 to a small excavated area around E.F1. Over the last week, we’ve read most of the pottery from the area and unpacked the stratigraphy as best we can. Now, we’re working on writing up the phases and commenting on the function of the area.

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This work has yielded some intriguing results.

First, we’re beginning to define certain horizons across the area and seem to have at least two phases of Late Antique activities at the site. One is earlier, perhaps dating to the 5th century, and the other seems to date to late 6th and early 7th century, and both are defined by ceramic assemblages. We also have an earlier 1st c. BC/1st c. AD horizon across the site and Brandon is working to put together an assemblage of Early Hellenistic material. (What is particularly cool about these early Hellenistic assemblages is that they link our material from Polis to some of our excavated assemblages from Pyla-Koutsopetria on the eastern part of the island.) We hope these assemblages both inform how we understand the site of Polis, but also how we understand these periods across the island as a whole.

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Secondly, so far the areas we have studied at Polis have shown signs of industrial activity ranging from ceramic production to iron work. EF1 has a rather expansive and clearly defined level filled with iron slag. We also found an usually large number of pithoi (storage vessels), a few amphora stands, and a funnel which also may have industrial functions. We hope that our work will not only help us date the slag and various utilitarian ceramics as well as slowly piece together the history of settlement in this section of the city.

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Finally, the area of E.F1 showed several phases of architectural activity which begins at bedrock. With any luck we’ll be able to unpack these architectural phases to understand the shape of this room and hallway at various times in its history. The site is small, the assemblages manageable, and the problems seem relatively minor, but part of the fun of archaeology is that everything seems to make sense before you try to write it down.

As someone with very uneven archaeological experience consisting of several years of survey, a few seasons of excavation, and some weeks in storerooms looking at pottery and notebooks, projects like Polis help me learn to think more systematically as an archaeologist. Going through past notebooks, scrutinizing ceramics and building schematic diagrams of horizontal and vertical relationships has helped me learn to understand how excavation produces knowledge. I may never be a good or “real” archaeologist, but I hope that working through the site of E.F1 (and E.F2) and taking a few weeks a year to immerse myself in the complexities of spatial relationship, chronology, artifact typologies, and ancient actives will help me be better able to understand archaeological evidence when it’s deployed in the service of historical arguments.


Scott Moore (Ancient History Ramblings)

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P1040087Not a lot to report today. We are into our standard routine, get up, go to the apotheke, look at pottery, eat lunch, look at more pottery, dinner. We looked at a few more units from EF1, but have really finished the initial analysis of the material. We did run across this piece today, which is clearly some type of funnel, but I have never seen one like it before. I like finding unusual pieces, but it is also a problem. Even though the piece of pottery is unusual, since I am a ceramicist, everyone expects me to know what it is – and when I say, I have no idea, the looks on people’s faces are like (at least in my view or maybe just in my mind) – “Aren’t you supposed to know?” Anway, if you know what type of funnel this is, please let me know without letting anybody at Polis know you told me. Oh, and it is not a medieval sugar funnel.

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P1040091Today’s chip – Tsakiris Chips with vinegar flavour. I am used to salt and vingear, but not just vinegar. As with all Tsakiris chips – nice packaging, great crunch. I like vinegar, and so was expecting a bit stronger vinegar flavor from these chips. They were very mild, with a hint of vinegar. I liked them, but would like a bit more flavor to them. So – ****** (6). So far the Tsakiris chips have been doing well, and I have found 5 more flavors to test, including a ketchup and mustard flavor. And if you need something to listen to, Bill and Richard have posted their Season Finale of Caraheard Season 2.

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May 19, 2016

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

Open Access Journal: Claroscuro: Revista del Centro de Estudios sobre Diversidad Cultural

Claroscuro: Revista del Centro de Estudios sobre Diversidad Cultural
ISSN: 2314-0542
Revista del Centro de Estudios sobre Diversidad Cultural. Publica trabajos de investigación, análisis de problemas teóricos y de casos, reseñas críticas y para abrir debates y contrastar posiciones, haciendo hincapié en la problemática de la diversidad cultural, las variantes teóricas vinculadas con ella y sus consecuencias sociales y políticas. 

No 14 (2015)

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Primeras páginas e índice

CEDCU, Claroscuro
Presentación e índice
 

Artículos

Seri, Andrea
El uso de la escritura cuneiforme para escribir el acadio
Bramanti, Armando
Cabezas negras, emperadores amarillos. Una revisión de los estudios comparativos entre el cuneiforme y los caracteres chinos
Molla, Cecilia
Sobre el grado de alfabetización entre las poblaciones del Cercano Oriente antiguo. Teorías clásicas e hipótesis renovadoras
Monti, Luciano
La lengua de los hurritas

Reseñas

Cárcamo, Magdalena
Reseña de ORTIZ, Renato (2014) Universalismo/Diversidad. Contradicciones de la modernidad-mundo, Prometeo, Buenos Aires, 174 páginas.
 

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Rodríguez, María Fernández
FLORES, Fabián C. y SEIGUER, Paula (ed.); (2014) Experiencias plurales de lo sagrado. La diversidad religiosa argentina, Imago mundi, Buenos Aires, 256 páginas. Ilustraciones.
 

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Molina, Ángel Horacio
Reseña de COCKBURN, Patrick; 2014. ISIS. El retorno de la Jihad. Barcelona, Editorial Planeta, 133 páginas
 


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Open Access Monograph Series: Amarna Reports

Amarna Reports
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The series of six volumes, entitled Amarna Reports, were published by the Egypt Exploration Society between 1984 and 1995 and have been out of print for some time. They are here made available in pdf form, with the agreement of the Egypt Exploration Society. 

The volumes are available at two standards of compression and page resolution. The smaller and lower version is intended for browsing. The larger and higher offers a better resolution of the illustrations. In the case of the photographs, these are scans made from original photographic prints. The pdf files are also available on the Egypt Exploration Society web site.
Amarna Reports I
Introduction and Chapter 1 - Patterns of Activity at the Workmen's Village
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Chapter 2 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Chapel 561/450 (The "Main Chapel")
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Chapter 3 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Chapels 570 and 571
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Chapter 4 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. The Animal Pens (Building 400)
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Chapter 5 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Commodity Delivery Area (Zir Area)
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Chapter 6 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. The Main Quarry
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Chapter 7 - Report on the 1983 Amarna Survey. Survey of the City
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Chapter 8 - A Resistivity Survey at El-Amarna
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Chapter 9 - Ring Bezels at El-Amarna
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Chapter 10 - The Pottery Distribution Analysis
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Chapters 11 and 12 - Preliminary Report on the Faunal Remains from the Workmen's Village / Pottery Cult Vessels from the Workmen's Village
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Chapter 13 - Radiocarbon Date Calibration Using Historically Dated Specimens from Egypt and New Radiocarbon Determinations for El-Amarna
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Chapter 14 and 15 - A Sediments Analysis of Mud and Brick and Natural Features at El-Amarna / Geomorphology and Prehistory at El-Amarna
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Amarna Reports II
Introduction and Chapter 1 - Chapel 561 / 450 (The "Main Chapel")
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Chapter 2 - Painted plaster from the Main Chapel
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Chapter 3 - Chapels 570 and 571 and adjacent ground
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Chapter 4 - Chapel group 528-531
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Chapter 5 - The Amarna Survey: the survey of the city
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Chapter 6 - The hieratic labels, 1979-82
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Chapter 7 - The hieroglyphic wall plaster from Chapel 561
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Chapter 8 - Pottery fabrics and ware groups at el-Amarna
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Chapter 9 - Preliminary report on the botanical remains
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Chapter 10 - Preliminary report on the textiles
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Amarna Reports III
Introduction
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Chapter 1 - Work inside the Walled Village
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Chapter 2 - Building 250 - a set of animal pens
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Chapter 3 - Building 300 - a set of animal pens
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Chapter 4 - Building 540/541
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Chapter 5 - Report on the excavation of floor [873] of the Outer Hall of Chapel 561/450
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Chapter 6 - Report on the 1985 Amarna Survey, the survey of the city
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Chapter 7 -Pottery from the Main Chapel
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Chapter 8 - The Late New Kingdom burial beside the Main Chapel
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Chapter 9 - Late Dynastic pottery from the vicinity of the South Tombs
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Chapter 10 - A Survey at Hatnub
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Amarna Reports IV
Introduction
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Chapter 1 - Work inside the Walled Village (1)
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Chapter 2 - Fragments of a Painted Royal Figure with Artist's Grid
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Chapter 3 - Work inside the Walled Village (2)
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Chapter 4 - Building 200 - Animal Pens and Plant Beds
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Chapter 5 - Completion of the Main Chapel and Further Examination of the Animal Pens
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Chapter 6 - Chapel 556
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Chapter 7 - The Survey of the Site X2
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Chapter 8 - Report on the 1986 Amarna Survey
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Chapter 9 - Report on the 1986 Amarna Pottery Survey
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Chapter 10 - The Pottery from Gate Street 8
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Chapter 11 - Flaked Stone from the Workmen's Village
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Chapter 12 - Ring Bezels with Royal Names at the Workmen's Village 1979-1986
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Chapter 13 - The 1986 Survey of Hatnub
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Amarna Reports V

Introduction
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Chapter 1 - A Large Well beside Building Q48.4
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Chapter 2 - The Excavation of Q48.4
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Chapter 3 - The Pottery Kilns in Building Q48.4
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Chapter 4 - The Evidence for Pottery Making at Q48.4
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Chapter 5 - Report on the 1987 Pottery Survey
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Chapter 6 - Investigation of the Small Aten Temple
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Chapter 7 - A Further Resistivity Survey at El-Amarna
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Chapter 8 - Notes on the Manufacture and Use of Faience Rings at Amarna
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Chapter 9 - Preliminary Report on the Amarna Basketry and Cordage
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Chapter 10 - Artists' Pigments from Amarna
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Chapter 11 - Experimental Determination of the Purpose of a "Box Oven"
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Chapter 12 -Their Staff of Life: Initial Investigations on Ancient Egyptian Bread Baking
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How We Built the New ProPublica Mobile Apps

By David Sleight

How We Built the New ProPublica Mobile Apps

The ProPublica iPad app before (left) and after (right)

[Cross-posted with ProPublica.]

A few weeks ago, ProPublica rolled out new versions of our app for iOS and Android. (If you haven’t tried them yet, stop reading this and go download them immediately!) Rebuilt and redesigned from scratch, they’re the result of a fundamental rethink that kicked off late last year.

Our work was guided by two key questions: 1) How do we build a modern, genuinely useful experience for our most active users, and; 2) how do we maintain it without creating a pile of new work for ourselves?

To answer both questions, we shifted the app’s key organizing principle from completeness to timeliness.

The Bones of a Refocus

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Early sketches exploring navigation and basic layout

Our previous apps were essentially replicas of our website. Peppered with navigation for all of our major channels, features and archives, they offered deep access and a bunch of different ways to get at it. But heavy nav hierarchies obscured recent and relevant stories—precisely the stuff our most active readers are interested in.

After a little sketching and wireframing, we quickly arrived at a new home screen design built around a simple stream. (“Stream” being the current term of art for a reverse chronological list of things.) It puts the new stuff front and center and pares down the complexity we need to support it. Subsections, archives, and all their associated back-end tools were axed.

Since the most important job the app has to do is let people read, we streamlined the article view as well, simplifying navigation with swipe gestures and a straightforward set of basic action buttons (back, share, donate). That navigation moves out of the way entirely as you scroll to give the content still more room.

A little side note while we’re on the topic: Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines are pretty clear about putting primary navigation—things like back buttons—in the top bar. But plenty of research, and our own aching thumbs, told us this was a good place to break ranks from official guidance and put that stuff at the bottom. (For more on this, check out Josh Clark’s Designing for Touch or just about anything Luke Wroblewski tweets on the subject.)

Treading a little further down the “optimize for reading” path, we baked in support for background content updates and offline reading. Both have clear benefits for readers and are two places where apps have a technical edge over websites right now.

And for offline reading, we took things a step further.

Our custom editorial layouts are already built with a set of mobile-first, responsive tools for the website. Rather than recreate those layouts from scratch in the app, we display the existing layouts directly inside it via an embedded web browser. Same goes for any content sporting a custom presentation that simply doesn’t fit the app’s built-in layout options.

But what if you don’t have a live internet connection?

Our background content updates also push a backup copy of the text for those special designs and features, too. So if you’re offline we can still show you a simplified version in our default layout. All the core content remains fully readable, and the switch happens automatically. It just works.

Design Rules for a Clear Rhythm

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Refining home-screen pacing

It all seems simple enough, but organizing everything around a stream presents its own set of challenges. How do you display a sometimes unpredictable mix of big investigations and increasingly varied content? How do you establish rhythm and variation for a publication that produces at lower volume but greater length?

Shifting to a stream-style app means paying more attention to the design of visual pacing and variation on the home screen. In a highly constrained single-column layout, you need ways to intuitively signal the relative importance of items and the relationships between them, not to mention differentiate a little to keep it all from getting monotonous.

Keeping our second initial question in mind (How do we maintain it?) we reached into our CMS and pulled out metadata we were already recording for stories and repurposed it, creating a simple set of corresponding design rules for each property.

For example, we created three basic layouts for items in the stream to match the existing values in our CMS’ “scope” setting, which indicates the relative size and importance of an article: “small” items appear as just headlines with no image; “medium,” our standard designation, gets a headline, deck, and a small image; and “large,” reserved for major stories or interesting features, sports a headline, deck, and full-width image.

Rules we created for our “content type” and “series” fields help determine if two items sitting next to each other in the stream are related to each other, and combine their layout if they are.

It may sound complicated, but by attaching simple rules to individual items, a visual rhythm and design system start to emerge—one based on information we were already creating when we published our stories.

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Wireframes defining layout for a different mix of "scopes," including different orders of small, medium and large items

All that information gets communicated to the app via a new API. It’s a simple JSON feed, a format familiar to most developers.

More important than that new API, though, is the concept of “API thinking” that it helped introduce. Specifically, how do we handle material presented in different contexts, like app feeds?

When we “write into” a chart or a graphic (i.e., “Take a look at the chart below…”) we need to consider whether that chart will actually appear with that text in other contexts, and in a way that still makes sense.

Enter the <pp-special> and <pp-alternate> tags.

These are special tags for our CMS that mark content that should only be shown on our site (<pp-special>) or API (<pp-alternate>).

So take the case of something like an interactive chart or map that might work great in a desktop web browser but makes less sense in an app feed. For that we simply wrap the item in <pp-special> tags, then follow it with some meaningful alternate content, like a text description of the item, wrapped in <pp-alternate>. The first item will display on our main website, while the alternate content will appear in anything that uses our API, including our apps. It’s a simple example, but it allows for far greater sophistication in how we handle content across desktop and mobile use cases.

Bonus Round: Getting Rejected (a.k.a. About Those Donate Buttons…)

In case you hadn’t noticed, ProPublica is a nonprofit. Our work is funded through the generosity and careful planning of the individual donors and institutions who support our mission. Hence the big “Donate” buttons you see throughout our site. (Look in the top right if you’re reading this on our site or app—chances are you’ll see one there.) In addition to helping fund our work, those buttons send an important signal to our audience about the kind of place ProPublica is.

And as many nonprofits already know, Apple has been a tough crowd when it comes to collecting donations in apps. Specifically, they don’t allow it.

In-app payments—the nice, “1-click” style buttons that are the best experience for users—are only permitted if they enable some kind of functionality in an app, like adding new levels to a game or turning on a search feature. (We may or may not have submitted an early version of our app just to re-test these waters. Unsurprisingly, the response we got made it pretty clear Apple remains unswayed: It was swiftly rejected.)

There is an alternative that has Apple’s blessing, though. You can boot your users out of your app and into a web browser to collect donations via your website. It’s not the seamless experience we wanted for our supporters, but without a policy change from Apple it would have to do. We set the target for our app’s donate button to an external browser and figured we’d be all set.

Not so fast.

Remember that fancy webview trick I mentioned earlier? The one that opens an in-app web browser to display our custom responsive designs and editorial layouts? Those web pages have donate buttons.

It turns out Apple’s policy applies to everything that appears inside your app, including the contents of an in-app webview. You are effectively required to police your entire website (and perhaps those of others, since links on your site could take people just about anywhere). We know this because that version got rejected, too.

Links to our donation form are peppered throughout our site, going back to the very oldest pages ProPublica has published. It’s not just the big red donate buttons in the header, but also text links and sidebar promotions in articles, subsections, archives—you name it. Rooting out every last one of them simply wasn’t practical. Enter some clever code.

iOS now offers a few flavors of embedded web browser. After we were rejected, we switched ours to one called WKWebView. WKWebView gives you a ton of control with the downside that you have to implement everything yourself, including basic browser interface items like back buttons.

The upside is you can do things like check if links a user taps match the URL of your donate page, and boot them out of the app if it does. This means we can catch any link to our donation page, even if it’s on someone else’s website!

And that version was approved.


You can download the latest version of ProPublica’s app from the App Store and Google Play. Have questions about the app, or editorial design and UX at ProPublica? Email david.sleight@propublica.org.

Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

The Ancient World Journals in Project MUSE

[ First posted in AWOL 15 December 2010. Updated 19 May 2016]

This is the full list of journals in Project MUSE with substantial representation of the Ancient World

23 titles

      The Oath in Archaic and Classical Greece

      The Oath in Archaic and Classical Greece
      Relief sculpture of battle scene in the Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy
      A research project funded by the Leverhulme Trust and directed by Professor Alan Sommerstein, Department of Classics.

      The project

      The oath was an institution of fundamental importance across a wide range of social interactions throughout the ancient Greek world. Oaths are uttered, prescribed or referred to in almost every kind of literary or inscriptional text from archaic and classical Greece.

      Database

      The Oaths database contains all references to oaths in Greek texts of all kinds from the earliest alphabetic inscriptions to 322 BC, the year of the death of Aristotle and the end of the classical Athenian democracy.  The project team produced a two-volume study, The Oath in Archaic and Classical Greece, as a result of the analysis and interpretation of the evidence.

      Alexandra Trachsel (Travelling with Demetrios of Skepsis)

      Digital Classicist London: 2016 seminars

       

      If you happen to be in London this summer….

      Digital Classicist London: 2016 seminars
      Institute of Classical Studies
      Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
      Fridays at 16:30 in room 234

      Jun 3 Gregory Crane (Leipzig & Tufts), Philological Education and Citizenship in the 21st Century
      Jun 10 Matteo Romanello (Lausanne & DAI), Of People, Places and References: Extracting information from Classics publications
      Jun 17 Eleanor Robson (University College London), From the ground to the cloud: digital edition of freshly excavated cuneiform tablets on Oracc
      Jun 24 Stuart Dunn (King’s College London), Reading text with GIS: Different digital lenses for Ancient World Geography
      Jul 1 Valeria Vitale (King’s College London), The use and abuse of 3D visualisation in the study of the Ancient World
      Jul 8 Chiara Palladino (Leipzig & Bari), Annotating geospatial patterns in ancient texts: problems and strategies
      Jul 15 No seminar
      Jul 22 Stelios Chronopoulos (Freiburg), New Life into Old Courses? Using Digital Tools in Reading and Prose Composition Classes
      Jul 29 Silke Vanbeselaere (KU Leuven), Exploring ancient sources with data visualisation

      Abstracts available here: digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2016.html


      Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

      American Friends of LoveItaly! per la salvaguardia del patrimonio culturale italiano mediante il crowdfunding

      Italian Brand Factory annuncia l’apertura a Washington DC, capitale degli Stati Uniti, di “American Friends of LoveItaly!”, associazione non profit di diritto americano, che raccoglierà contributi da privati e aziende americane, amanti dell’arte e della cultura artistica italiana. L’obiettivo di LoveItaly! è quello di creare una comunità globale che partecipi attivamente alla salvaguardia del patrimonio culturale italianoattraverso la potente energia del crowdfunding e con il faro della totale trasparenza e tracciabilità dei fondi raccolti.
      L’apertura della non profit americana rappresenta una tappa fondamentale per lo sviluppo globale di questa iniziativa che, grazie all’utilizzo di nuove tecnologie digitali, mira a creare una vera rivoluzione nel nostro paese.

      Bando OPEN 2016 per progetti innovativi di Audience Engagement

      La Compagnia di San Paolo ha aperto il bando OPEN 2016 per il sostegno alle iniziative che mirano ad ampliare e diversificare la domanda culturale attraverso la sperimentazione di nuove forme di coinvolgimento attivo del pubblico.

      ASOR Blog (American Schools of Oriental Research)

      Eating Archaeology

      I headed over to Boston University’s Archaeology Department for “Eating Archaeology,” a night filled with food, drinks, and a competition where one team’s dish was to be declared the winner. The event was free and open to the [...]

      The post Eating Archaeology appeared first on The ASOR Blog.

      Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

      Il tempo dei Musei: spazio alla tecnologie nel Secondo Convegno Internazionale di Museologia

      La settima edizione del VII Salone dell’Editoria Archeologica (RomArché) si svolgerà a Roma presso il Museo NAzionale Romano - Terme di Diocleziano dal 26 al 29 Maggio 2016. Si tratta di un evento dedicato ad esporre le produzioni delle case editrici e di altri soggetti coinvolti nel settore dell’editoria archeologica.

      May 18, 2016

      Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

      The Digital Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs, and Paintings

      The Digital Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs, and Paintings
      http://topbib.griffith.ox.ac.uk//resources/images/logo2.png 






      This is the home for the Digital Topographical Bibliography and presents the new framework for the project. Alongside searchable PDFs of the current print version, vols. 1-7, examples of new data focusing on two case-studies (Tuna el-Gebel and Tell el-Farʿun) have been made available. The third case-study is a revised edition for part of Volume 8 - Objects of Provenance Not Known available here as a XHTML text (as opposed to PDF), and covers the complete section for Royal Statues.

      Excerpt from new TopBib outline
      The Digital TopBib 
      You may browse or search the Digital Topographical Bibliography

      The Published Volumes




      Sean Gillies Blog

      Rasterio sprint at PyCon

      Rasterio sprint at PyCon

      I’m helping Mapbox bring mapping to the PyCon community sprints, June 2-4 in Portland, OR.

      https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7430/26495508713_10a4fda507_b_d.jpg

      Dear people of Portland: whether you’re registered for the conference or not, come join me and other Rasterio contributors for some Python and GDAL hacking. See https://github.com/mapbox/rasterio/wiki/2016-PyCon-Sprint for more details.

      Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)

      Les papyrus égyptiens du Musée de Boulaq

      Mariette, Auguste  
      Cover 
      Citation link: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/mariette1871ga   i
      URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-diglit-295017   i
      Metadata: METS
      IIIF Manifest: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/iiif/mariette1871ga/manifest.json


      Band 1, Paris, 1871
      Band 2, Paris, 1872

      Leges Populi Romani

      Leges Populi Romani
      LEPOR (LEges POpuli Romani) est une base de données en cours d’élaboration qui, lorsqu’elle sera achevée, comprendra environ 880 notices, dont chacune sera consacrée à une loi comitiale du peuple romain. Nous entendons par « lois comitiales » les lois et plébiscites votés par le peuple ou par la plèbe et les rogationes qui ont au moins été promulguées. Sont exclues les « lois royales » et les chartes octroyées à des collectivités (souvent appelées leges datae). Les textes législatifs retenus vont de 509 aux lois attribuées à Nerva, et les plébiscites antérieurs à 287 feront l’objet de notices bien qu’ils n’aient pas encore eu valeur normative pour l’ensemble du peuple. Le but est de remplacer l’ouvrage toujours utilisé mais bien vieilli maintenant, de Giovanni Rotondi, Leges publicae populi Romani, Milan, 1912. Il ne s’agit pas seulement d’une mise à jour, puisque la totalité des sources anciennes et de la bibliographie antérieure ou postérieure à Rotondi ont été directement consultées pour la rédaction de notices entièrement originales.

      Une base de données informatisée a, par rapport à un volume imprimé, un double avantage. D’une part, les sources antiques, latines et grecques, sont intégralement accessibles par des liens hypertextes. D’autre part, l’utilisateur peut recourir à plusieurs modes d’interrogation : par le nom du rogator, par la date de la loi, par le ou les thèmes au(x)quel(s) se rattache la loi, par la référence d’une source antique invoquée dans une notice consacrée à une loi, et par chaîne de caractères dans tous les champs de la notice. Pour plus de détails sur les possibilités d’interrogation de la base et leurs modalités techniques, voir la rubrique « Conseils de recherche».

      dh+lib: where the digital humanities and librarianship meet

      Human Rights and Archival Practice: Equality, Inclusion, Accountability

      Yvonne Ng is Senior Archivist at WITNESS, an organization that “trains and supports activists and citizens around the world to use video safely, ethically, and effectively to expose human rights abuse and fight for human rights change.” Yvonne currently serves on the Advisory Board of Documenting the Now, and previously worked as a Research Fellow for the Preserving Digital Public Television Project

      Thomas: To kick things off, how did you find yourself working for an organization like WITNESS? Were there particular experiences that you had that shaped your interest in the work?

      Yvonne: I was very lucky to end up at WITNESS, an organization whose mission I truly believe in, and in a position that coincides with many of my interests. As Senior Archivist, I have the opportunity to collaborate with people around the world who are dedicated to defending human rights, to help develop new workflows for archiving video outside of traditional institutional contexts, and to manage a unique collection of human rights video. Since joining WITNESS in 2009, my job has grown to incorporate more outreach, engagement, and training functions, which has given me the opportunity to learn from so many people outside of archives, while also remaining active within the professional archives community.

      WITNESS, "Film it"

      WITNESS, “Film it”

      Before joining WITNESS in 2009, I was a research fellow on the Preserving Digital Public Television project, where I studied economic and other factors affecting the sustainability of digital preservation initiatives in public television. Prior to that, I graduated from the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation (MIAP) program at NYU. My MIAP thesis focused on small arts organizations with audiovisual collections, and developed criteria for assessing their readiness to initiate preservation projects. So I came to WITNESS with a fresh awareness of the challenges of sustaining archives in non-institutional settings, as well as the potential value of archived collections to all different kinds of users.

      Before I moved to New York for the MIAP program, I worked at the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre in Toronto, one of the oldest artist-run centers in Canada with an amazing de facto archive of important experimental works on film. I was also enrolled in a graduate program in film studies at York University. For a time, I thought I would pursue a Ph.D in film studies, but while at York I became interested in working in a more hands-on way with media, with the people who created it, and in audiovisual archives. Film theory and academia started to seem distanced from the actual systems of media production, distribution, preservation, and use.

      Throughout my life, I have always been involved in activist- or art-oriented avocations, ranging from community radio starting in high school, activist-led student government in undergrad, and a collective that made art with kids. These days, I am really proud to be part of XFR Collective and Community Archiving Workshop. Working at WITNESS is the perfect fusion of so many aspects of my life and interests – human rights, archiving and preservation, video, community collaboration, creative production … the list goes on.

      Thomas: Thinking about your work with one or more activist groups, can you describe specific challenges that WITNESS sought to help with?

      We try to communicate the value of basic archival practices, such as keeping backups in geographically dispersed locations.

      Yvonne: When it comes to video archiving, the primary challenges faced by the groups we work with are limited resources, and the fact that they are working in contexts where human rights abuses are taking place and their security is a concern. Groups that have implemented archival workflows tend to be ones that do a lot of video production and post-production, like La Sandia Digital in Mexico or Refugee Law Project in Uganda, and others focused on collecting evidentiary documentation, like SyrianArchive.org. For other groups that are not directly concerned with media management or preservation as part of their everyday activities, it can be difficult to set aside the additional time and resources to implement archival workflows.

      We try to communicate the value of basic archival practices, such as keeping backups in geographically dispersed locations. Unfortunately, the importance of these practices sometimes does not sink in until something bad happens, like having a YouTube account taken down or having a hard drive fail. A positive example that I like to share is that of Kianga Mwamba, a woman who recorded her mistreatment by the Baltimore police on her phone. The recording was “accidentally” deleted while her phone was in police custody, but she fortunately had the foresight to activate her remote backup ahead of time. Because of that small act, she was later able to retrieve a copy of the video from the cloud and use it as evidence in her successful suit against the police department.

      WITNESS, "Kianga Mwamba: Cops try to delete video of violent, unwarranted arrest, but fortunately it’s backed up to the cloud"

      WITNESS, “Kianga Mwamba: Cops try to delete video of violent, unwarranted arrest, but fortunately it’s backed up to the cloud”

      WITNESS provides archival training resources, in-person workshops, and ongoing consultation and collaboration. Our freely available resources include the Activists’ Guide to Archiving Video, which received the 2014 SAA Preservation Publication Award, and a number of short training videos. In our resources and workshops, we try to give guidance that is practical and realistic for small human rights groups, which are not necessarily what traditional collecting institutions might consider best practices. I do not, for example, talk much about metadata standards, but do brainstorm with groups about the kinds of information they want to keep track of, why it’s useful to record that information in a consistent way, and at the same time discuss what information might put them at risk.

      WITNESS, "Activists' Guide to Archiving Video"

      WITNESS, “Activists’ Guide to Archiving Video”

      While I think we have been successful helping some groups with practical activities like collecting, organizing, and cataloging their videos, our training resources do not solve larger sustainability challenges, like staffing and the cost of ongoing collections maintenance. One way that groups might address this, however, is through local networks and collaboration – a good example of this is our partnership with XFR Collective.

      One of the biggest ongoing challenges is of how to archive and preserve, while at the same protecting video documentation from authorities that seek to seize it, through subpoenas or other means, and use it against people. There are a variety of approaches to mitigating harm, such as concealing identitiesinformed consent, and encryption, but these are not always sufficient in every case.

      Thomas: It is clear from your comments above that there is often an immediate tension between the ability to capture and share digital media with relative ease and an awareness of how the data and relatively automated systems of description around them hold the potential to endanger the creator. What technical solutions have been developed to help groups you typically work with?

      Yvonne: A number of technical tools are available that can make documenting abuse safer for victims, activists, and witnesses. There are dedicated apps, like CameraV, which we partnered with the Guardian Project to create. CameraV allows a user to capture important metadata from the device at the time of recording and then secure the video and data from unauthorized access through password-protection and encryption.

      Guardian Project, "CameraV"

      Guardian Project, “CameraV”

      Most people will not have a dedicated app like CameraV installed on their phones just in case they witness an event, of course, so it is important that they are aware of how to operate securely with their available settings and technologies. My colleague Morgan Hargrave wrote a great blog post that outlines some of these basic practices, like securing your device with a strong passkey, setting up automatic cloud backup, knowing your rights, and being conscious of potential risks before you share your video.

      Knowing that people will usually use widely available tools and services rather than dedicated apps, we also work with technology companies to encourage the development of built-in security features that are easy to use and benefit all kinds of users beyond human rights defenders. The YouTube Custom Blurring tool, for example, makes it easy for users to obscure identifying information like faces and license plates when they share their videos.

      Thomas: You’ve mentioned explicitly and implicitly, efforts you make to balance the needs of the groups you work with, with professional archival practice. What framework or ethic guides you as you walk that line? What suggestions do you have for others working in related capacities?

      I think that meeting the needs of the groups we work with is professional archival practice.

      Yvonne: I wouldn’t frame it as a balance between those two things; I think that meeting the needs of the groups we work with is professional archival practice. That is, it’s the job of a professional archivist to be able to look at existing standards and best practices and judge how they can apply or be adapted to suit particular situations, which are almost always less than ideal.

      But in terms of what frameworks or ethics guide my professional practice, I guess I can point to a few things. First, on the most basic level, I try to approach my work always keeping in mind human rights principles of dignity, equality, inclusion, and accountability. In the day-to-day, this means prioritizing people’s safety and well-being, working in participatory and inclusive ways, and supporting and following the lead of activists working in their communities. With regard to our archival collections at WITNESS, we have internal guidelines on access and use that emphasize our responsibility to people depicted in the footage, people who recorded the footage, and to communities affected by human rights abuse. The Ethical Guidelines for Using Eyewitness Videos published by the WITNESS Media Lab, aimed at people collecting and curating video from the web, reflects these principles as well.

      WITNESS, "Video as Evidence: Ethical Guidelines"

      WITNESS, “Video as Evidence: Ethical Guidelines”

      Michelle Caswell draws a useful framework for human rights archiving that she calls a “survivor-centered approach,” which resonated a lot with me when I read it last year. I appreciate her assertion of an ethical imperative to prioritize survivors of human rights abuse and victims’ families over other stakeholders in the archive, like academic researchers. She also calls for an approach to human rights archiving that is participatory and inclusive, that embraces its work as a form of activism, and that is able to look critically at itself.

      I suppose the suggestion I would have for others is similar to what Caswell argues for in her article, which is to be self-reflective about our role as archivists, and not to hide behind the false idea that archiving is a “neutral” act. The work we do has value, so it’s important to think about who it should serve and where we want to put our energy.

      Thomas: Whose data praxis would you like to learn more about?

      Yvonne: I’m always on the lookout for smaller organizations and groups with media archives. I’m interested in learning about their workflows, what systems and tools they use, their collections, and their specific challenges. There are many ways that groups can manage and preserve video with limited resources, and it’s instructive to hear about as many real-life examples as possible.

      Archeomatica: Tecnologie per i Beni Culturali

      Archaeology of the future. Data mining, Data analysis, Data driven archaeology.

      Promossa dal Progetto Mappa dell'Università di Pisa la Summer School "Archaeology of the future. Data mining, Data analysis, Data driven archaeology" permetterà ai partecipanti di gestire l'intero ciclo dei dati archeologici. È costruito attorno ad nuovo paradigma che prende in considerazione il ruolo dell'archeologo sia come produttore che come utente di dati archeologici digitali.