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January 19, 2017

Pleiades

House of Pansa

The House of Pansa (VI,6,1) is an atrium house in Pompeii that occupies an entire insula. Architectural elements date the structure ca. 140-120 BC in its original phase. The merchant and duumvir Cn. Alleius Nigidius Maius owned the property.

Arnus (river)

The Arno river flows from its origin at Mount Falterona to the Marina di Pisa where it empties into the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Babylon

The ancient city of Babylon began as an Akkadian city-state founded by Amorites in 1894 BC. The city was also the seat of the Neo-Babylonian Empire from 608 to 539 BC/BCE.

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Protection of Cultural Property, Military Manual

Protection of Cultural Property, Military Manual
O'Keefe, Roger, Péron, Camille, Musayev, Tofig and Ferrari, Gianluca (2016) Protection of Cultural Property, Military Manual. Manual. UNESCO, PARIS, 91p. ISBN 978-92-3-100184-0. [Book]
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Abstract (in English)

Unesco published this manual in order to enhance the importance of military and security forces'involvement in the protection of cultural heritage in times of conflicts. This is a practical guide to the implementation by military forces of rules of international law for the protection of cultural property in armed conflict.
Item Type: Book (Manual)
Authors:
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O'Keefe, RogerUNSPECIFIED
Péron, CamilleUNSPECIFIED
Musayev, TofigUNSPECIFIED
Ferrari, GianlucaUNSPECIFIED
Languages: English
Keywords: armed conflicts; protection of cultural heritage; military; guidelines; manuals; international meetings; international organizations; damages; destruction of cultural heritage; vandalism; international rules; cultural property; tools
Subjects: G.DETERIORATION > 02. Causes of deterioration
G.DETERIORATION > 05. Prevention of deterioration
K.LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES > 02. International legislation
K.LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES > 05. International organizations
Number of Pages: 91
ISBN: 978-92-3-100184-0
Depositing User: Mrs Lucile Smirnov
Date Deposited: 19 Jan 2017 12:45
Last Modified: 19 Jan 2017 12:45
URI: http://openarchive.icomos.org/id/eprint/1739

Pleiades

Gumush tepe/[Abaskun]?/Sokanda?

Gumush tepe/[Abaskun]?/Sokanda? was a a harbour town located at the south-eastern corner of the Caspian Sea.

Nev-Shapur

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 97 D3 Nev-Shapur

[Akhur]/[Dihistan]?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 96 C1 [Akhur]/[Dihistan]?

Ba'shiqa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 F4 Ba'shiqa

Tbilisi

Tbilisi, the modern capital of Georgia, was the ancient Tiflīs and was founded in A.D. 455 or 458 when the capital of Georgia was transferred from Mtsk̲h̲eta.

Mar Awgin

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 D3 Mar Awgin

Deir el-Sourian

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 74 C4 Deir el-Sourian

Qube, Mon.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 unlocated Qube, Mon.

Mar Abrohom

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 D3 Mar Abrohom

Madnhaye, Mon./Orientalium, Mon.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 unlocated Madnhaye, Mon./Orientalium, Mon.

Mar Melki

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 D3 Mar Melki

Mar Yaqub

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 H2 Mar Yaqub

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Chester Beatty Papyri at The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM)

Chester Beatty Papyri at The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM)
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The Chester Beatty papyri, published in the 1930s and 1950s, are some of the oldest and most important biblical manuscripts known to exist. Housed at the Chester Beatty Library (CBL) in Dublin, they have attracted countless visitors every year. It is safe to say that the only Greek biblical manuscripts that might receive more visitors are Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Alexandrinus, both on display at the British Library.

The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) is pleased to announce that a six-person team, in a four-week expedition during July–August 2013, digitized all the Greek biblical papyri at the Chester Beatty Library. The CBL has granted permission to CSNTM to post the images.

 
NumberType Date
Rahlfs 963 Papyrus 2nd Century
Second century manuscript on papyrus; 55 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 36 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Numbers and Deuteronomy. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: Rahlfs 963 (CBL BP VI)
Rahlfs 2149 Papyrus 4th Century
Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 4 leaves, single column, up to 34 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Psalms 72.6–88.2 (sans Ps76). Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XIII
Rahlfs 2150 Papyrus 4th Century
Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 30 lines per column. Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Psalms 31, 26, and 2. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XIV
Rahlfs 968 Papyrus 3rd Century
Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 13 leaves, Single Column, 26 lines per column. Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Daniel and Esther. Images are from the Chester Beatty Library Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP X
Rahlfs 965 Papyrus 3rd Century
Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 36 leaves, single column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Isaiah. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: Rahlfs 965 (CBL BP VII)
Rahlfs 962 Papyrus 3rd Century
Late third century manuscript on papyrus; 31 leaves, single column, up to 20 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Genesis 8–46. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP V
Rahlfs 961 Papyrus 4th Century
Early fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 51 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 38 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Genesis 9–44. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP IV
Rahlfs 964 Papyrus 4th Century
Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 2 leaves, single column, 33 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) 36.28–37.11; 37.1–122. 46.16b–47.2; 46.6–11. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: Rahlfs 964 (CBL BP XI)
Rahlfs 967 Papyrus 3rd Century
Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 9 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 32 lines; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Ezekiel and Esther. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: Rahlfs 967 (CBL BP IX)
Rahlfs 966 Papyrus 2nd or 3rd Century
Late second century or early third century manuscript on papyrus; 2 leaves, single column, fragmentary, up to 15 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Jeremiah 4.30–5.1; 5.9–13; 5.13–14; 5.23–24. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP VIII
Not yet catalogued Papyrus Unknown
Manuscript on papyrus; 1 leaf, fragmentary; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Genesis, Enoch and Romans (folio 18 of P46). Images from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP 190
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th or 5th Century
Fourth or fifth century manuscript on papyrus; 1 leaf, fragmentary; Contents: Apology of Phileas and unknown text. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP X001
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th Century
Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 8 Leaves + 1 fragment plate, single column, up to 44 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint); Enoch and Melito. Images from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XII
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd or 4th Century
Third or fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 8 leaves, single column; Contents: the Apocryphon of Jannes and Jambres the Magicians. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XVI
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 12th Century
Late twelfth century Armenian lectionary of the Gospels on parchment; 259 leaves, 2 columns, 21 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL ARM 624
P46 Papyrus 2nd-3rd Century
Late second century or early third century (c. 200) manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 86 leaves, single column, 23–26 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP II (Dublin)
P47 Papyrus 3rd Century
Late third century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 10 leaves, single column, 25–30 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP III
P97 Papyrus 6th–7th Century
Sixth or seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 11–27 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XVII
P99 Papyrus 5th Century
Late fifth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; Greek-Latin diglot; 16 leaves (8 bifolia), single column, 27–32 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP XXI
GA 106 Minuscule 11th–12th Century
Eleventh or twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 212 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
Shelf Number: CBL W 135
GA 2603 Minuscule 12th Century
Twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 255 leaves, single column, 24-26 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 134
GA 2604 Minuscule 12th Century
Twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels with commentary on parchment; 378 leaves, single column, 20 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 139
GA 2605 Minuscule 13th Century
Thirteenth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 176 leaves, single column, 24-27 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 140
GA 2606 Minuscule 13th Century
Thirteenth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 119 leaves, single column, 28–30 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 141
GA Lect 1026 Lectionary 17th Century
Seventeenth century (1647) lectionary of the Gospels on paper; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 27 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 143.4.13
GA Lect 1027 Lectionary 17th Century
Seventeenth century (1610) lectionary of the Gospels on paper; 14 leaves, single column, 29 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 143.4.4–12, 14, 15; 143.5.1, 2, 4
GA Lect 1030 Lectionary 16th Century
Sixteenth century (1596) lectionary of the Gospels on paper; 1 leaf, single column, 18 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 143.5.3
GA Lect 1031 Lectionary 16th Century
Sixteenth century (1599) lectionary of the Gospels on paper; 3 leaves, 2 columns, 25 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 143.4.1, 2, 3
GA Lect 1957 Lectionary 10th–11th Century
Tenth or eleventh century majuscule lectionary on parchment; 200 leaves, 2 columns, 22 lines per column; Contents: lectionary contains weekday readings from Easter to Pentecost, and Saturday and Sunday readings for other weeks. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL W 138
GA Lect 2450 Lectionary 11th Century
Eleventh century lectionary of the Gospels on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 24 lines per column. This manuscript is included in the CBL ARM 624. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library
Shelf Number: CBL ARM 624
P45 Papyrus 3rd Century
Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 30 leaves, single column, approximately 32-33 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection.
Location: Dublin, Chester Beatty Library and Vienna, Austrian National Library
Shelf Number: CBL BP I (Dublin), Pap. G. 31974 (Vienna)
P66 Papyrus 2nd–3rd Century
Late second or early third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 10–11 lines per column. Public images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Images from other institutions available for private viewing.
Location: Cologny/Genf, Bodmeriana; Dublin, Chester Beatty Library; Cologne, Univ. Inst. fur Altertumskunde
Shelf Number: various

Pleiades

Iohannes Urtius, Mon.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 C3 Iohannes Urtius, Mon.

Rhabaine

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 F2 Rhabaine

Anatho

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 C3 Anatho

Arca/Herakleia en Phoinike/Caesarea ad Libanum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 B4 Arca/Herakleia en Phoinike/Caesarea ad Libanum

Aqola/[al-Kufa]

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 A1 Aqola/[al-Kufa]

Anagrana/Negram

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 4 B2 Anagrana/Negram

Attachas

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 C2 Attachas

Iris (river)

Iris fl. (Yeşilırmak River) is a river of Asia Minor that flows into the Black Sea.

OSM location of Yeşilırmak

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap

Sophene

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 B2 Sophene

Paralia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 5 D5 Paralia

Adada?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 G4 Adada?

Balisbiga/Baioulous

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 B2 Balisbiga/Baioulous

Ctesiphon

An imperial capital of the Persian and Parthian empires.

[Aspanbor]

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 F4 [Aspanbor]

Singaras

A mountain range, now called Sinjar Mountain (Shengar/Shengal), located in northwestern Iraq.

Mar Yohannon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 D3 Mar Yohannon

Gordyene/Corduena

Gordyene/Corduena was an ancient region of northern Mesopotamia.

January 18, 2017

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Dickinson College Commentaries

 [First posted in AWOL 18 May 2012, updated 18 January 2017]

Dickinson College Commentaries


 
Latin and Greek texts with explanatory notes, vocabulary, and graphic, video and audio elements, for readers of Greek and Latin. Submissions to the series are welcome.
Dickinson College Commentaries presents Latin and Greek texts for reading, with explanatory notes, interpretive essays, vocabulary, and multimedia elements. The format has two columns, one with plain text on the left, and another on the right with three tabs for notes, vocabulary, and media. The commentaries are peer-reviewed, citable scholarly resources, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (CC BY-SA). Support for the project comes from the Christopher Roberts Fund for Classical Studies at Dickinson College, the Mellon Fund for Digital Humanities at Dickinson College, and Dickinson's Research and Development Committee. The Project Director is Christopher Francese, Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies at Dickinson College (francese@dickinson.edu).
Portrait of Julius Caesar in Greek marble, recently found in a cistern (#861) from the Pantelleria acropolis in Sicily. Photo: Roger B. Ulrich

Tacitus

Agricola
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Portrait of Julius Caesar in Greek marble, recently found in a cistern (#861) from the Pantelleria acropolis in Sicily. Photo: Roger B. Ulrich

Vergil

Aeneid  Selections
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Tacitus, Annals 15.20–23, 33–45

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Allen & Greenough’s Latin Grammar

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Caesar

Gallic War selections
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Callimachus

Aetia
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Cicero

Against Verres 2.1.53–86
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Cicero

On Pompey’s Command (De Imperio), 27-49
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Core Vocabularies

Latin and Ancient Greek
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Cornelius Nepos

Life of Hannibal
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Lucian

True Histories, Book 1
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Ovid

Amores Book 1
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Sulpicius Severus

The Life of Saint Martin of Tours
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A virtual trek through Petra with Google Cardboard

A virtual trek through Petra with Google Cardboard

Pleiades

Auranitis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 69 E4 Auranitis

Symeon, Mon.

The monastery of Saint Simeon Stylites, located ca. 30 km northwest of Aleppo, Syria, is one of the oldest surviving Byzantine churches and dates to the fifth century. The church is built on the site of the pillar of St. Simeon Stylites.

Qasr Serij

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 E4 Qasr Serij

Thannuris

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 C4 Thannuris

Huarte

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 B2 Huarte

Mihragan Kadag

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 92 C4 Mihragan Kadag

Chordiraza?/Baisampse?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 G3 Chordiraza?/Baisampse?

Ardashir-Khurra/Gur/[Firuzabad]

Ardashir-Khurra/Gur/[Firuzabad] was an ancient Persian city. Alexander of Macedonia destroyed the original settlement of Gōr, which was later revived by Ardashir I, founder of the Sassanid dynasty.

Veh-az-Amid-Kavad/[Arragan]

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 G3 Veh-az-Amid-Kavad/[Arragan]