ISAW Resources: New Online Content from the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

http://planet.atlantides.org/isaw-resources

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

This feed aggregator is part of the Planet Atlantides constellation. Its current content is available in multiple webfeed formats, including Atom, RSS/RDF and RSS 1.0. The subscription list is also available in OPML and as a FOAF Roll. All content is assumed to be the intellectual property of the originators unless they indicate otherwise.

July 15, 2019

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Access Journal: Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership

[First posted in AWOL 4 August 2016, updated (new URLS) 15 July 2019]

Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership
ISSN: 1941-4692
The Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership (JBPL) is a refereed scholarly journal that aims to provide a forum for international research and exploration of leadership studies focused on the Hebrew and Christian scriptures. Representing the multidisciplinary fields of biblical, social-science, historical and leadership studies, the JBPL publishes qualitative research papers that explore, engage and extend the field of knowledge and understanding of the phenomenon of leadership as found within the contexts of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures.
Access the Current Issue »

Vol. 1, No. 1 Vol. 1, No. 2
Vol. 2, No. 1 Vol. 2, No. 2
Vol. 3, No. 1 Vol. 3, No. 2
Vol. 4, No. 1
Vol. 5, No. 1
Vol. 6, No. 1
Vol. 7, No. 1

See AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Fundmünzendatenbank AFE4HD

Fundmünzendatenbank AFE4HD
HeadPic
Mittels der Fundmünzendatenbank werden im Rahmen von Forschungsprojekten (Münzhorizont Rhein-Neckar) des Heidelberger Zentrums für antike Numismatik (ZAN), angesiedelt am Seminar für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik, antike Fundmünzen der Großregion erfasst. Die Datenbank AFE4HD basiert auf der AFE-Datenbank (Antike Fundmünzen in Europa). Diese wurde in Kooperation von Römisch-Germanischer Kommission und der DBIS der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt entwickelt. Mit beiden Institutionen kooperiert das ZAN hinsichtlich der Anpassung der Datenbank an die spezifischen Projektbedürfnisse, der Optimierung der Erfassungssystematik sowie der Entwicklung und Implementierung passender, detaillierter Abfrageapplikationen.
Mit AFE4HD wird somit langfristig nicht nur die Erfassung von Fundmünzen mit insg. über 30 Parametern möglich, sondern auch eine direkte Auswertung und Visualisierung der Abfrageergebnisse.
Momentan ist die Datenbank noch nicht für die Öffentlichkeit freigeschaltet.

Open Access Publications of The Inscriptions of the Temple of Edfu Project

Open Access Publications of The Inscriptions of the Temple of Edfu Project
D. Kurth unter Mitarbeit von A. Behrmann, D. Budde, A. Effland, H. Felber, J.-P. Graeff, S. Koepke, S. Martinssen-von Falck, E. Pardey, S. Rüter und W. Waitkus: Die Inschriften des Tempels von Edfu. Abteilung I Übersetzungen; Band 2. Edfou VII, Harrassowitz Verlag 2004  (ISBN 978-3-447-05016-6)
Download

D. Kurth unter Mitarbeit von A. Behrmann, A. Block, R. Brech, D. Budde, A. Effland, M. von Falck, H. Felber, J.-P. Graeff, S. Koepke, S. Martinssen-von Falck, E. Pardey, St. Rüter, W. Waitkus und S. Woodhouse: Die Inschriften des Tempels von Edfu. Abteilung I Übersetzungen; Band 3. Edfou VI, PeWe-Verlag 2014  (ISBN  978-3-935012-14-0)
Download

A. Effland, M. von Falck, J.-P. Graeff, "Nunmehr ein offenes Buch..." - Das Edfu-Projekt. Herausgegeben zum 160. Geburtstag des Marquis Maxence de Rochemonteix (1849-1891), Hamburg 2009


 Download
A. Effland, M. von Falck, J.-P. Graeff, Das Edfu-Projekt. Inschriften des ptolemäerzeitlichen Tempels von Edfu, 7-33
A. Effland & J.-P. Graeff, Neues zur Lage von Behedet, 34-52
J.-P. Graeff, Einblicke in die Arbeit des Edfu-Projektes, 53-63
A. Lochte, Das Projekt von Außen gesehen, 64-67

Multimedia und Downloads

Diese Seite bietet Informationen und Downloads des Edfu-Projektes an, welche im weitesten Sinne mit der Arbeit des Projektes zu tun haben.

Unter Umständen werden hier jedoch auch andere Materialien ins Netz gestellt, welche nicht durch die Arbeit des Edfu-Projektes zustande gekommen sind.


Die Edfu-Datenbanken (Informationen)


Vector Office 2011 - Der offizielle Nachfolger von PerfectGlyph - Hieroglyphische Textverarbeitung. Günstige und leistungsfähigere Alternative zu WinGlyph. www.hornet-sys.com


Informationstexte zum Edfu-Projekt als PDF


Original EDFU-Bildschirmschoner


Die Edfu-Formulardatenbank (Upgrade)


Das Modell des Tempels von Edfu

360° Panorama des großen Hofes

Besuchen Sie den virtuellen Edfu-Tempel

Der virtuelle Edfu-Tempel (under construction). Der virtuelle Tempel benötigt mindestens einen Windows-PC mit Pentium III-500 CPU, 128 MB RAM, 3D video card (32+ MB), 3D sound card.
 Windows 98 SE / ME / 2000 / XP and DirectX 9.0c or above.

Pleiades

Imagery location of Euphrasian Basilica

Coordinates after GeoHack; verified in Google Earth.

tribus Lemonia

An older rural tribe of ancient Rome.

Longula

Longula was an early settlement of Latium Vetus, although its location is no longer known. A Volscian city, Longula was first taken by the Romans in 493 B.C. under the consul Postumus Cominius. It subsequently changes hands several times during the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. It likely lay between Ardea and Antium.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Bybliothecae Pierpont Morgan Codices Coptici Photographice Expressi

Bybliothecae Pierpont Morgan Codices Coptici Photographice Expressi
Abstract:
On verso of t.p.: Membranas reficiendas evravervnt praesides Bybliothecae Vaticanae adaventibvs svmmis pontificibvs Pio x Benedicto xv Pio xi. Codices ordinavit tabvlas omnes photographicasmembranis contvlit titvlos adposvit indices digessit Henricvs Hyvernat ... For contents see index volume. Supplemented by: "[Index]" (2 p. ℓ. [235] p. : 38 x 29 cm.) published: Romae, 1922. Lettered on cover: Bybliothecae Pierpont Morgan codices coptici. Index. The index consists of extra copies of the title-pages and contents of the 56 volumes, preceded by two leaves (notice of gift and half-title). "Bybliothecae Vniversitatis stvdiorvm Statvs Michigan ensis exemplar e xii qvae perfecta svnt decimvm lohannes Pierpont Morgan page p. p."

July 14, 2019

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

The Body and Mask in Ancient Theatre Space - Research Project

The Body and Mask in Ancient Theatre Space - Research Project 
The Body and Mask in Ancient Theatre Space - home page
The project has applied advanced 3D visualisation technologies to study the practice of ancient masked theatre. It has made 3D scans of Greek and Roman mask miniatures relating both to comedy and tragedy, and reproduced them at life-size by rapid prototyping. The project has used motion capture and chromakey video technologies to record experimentation with these masks by practitioners of Asiatic and European traditions, and has situated the results in 3D models of ancient theatre spaces. 

July 13, 2019

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Access Journal: Scriptorium

[First posted in AWOL 18 Octobere 2016, updated 13 July 2019]

Scriptorium
ISSN: 0036-9772

http://www.persee.fr/renderCollectionCover/scrip.png

Revue internationale des études relatives aux manuscrits. International review of manuscript studie

 Fondée en 1946, Scriptorium revue internationale des études relatives aux manuscrits médiévaux, est une publication semestrielle multilingue qui traite de codicologie (description matérielle de tous les éléments du livre manuscrit : support, mise en page, reliure, paléographie, miniature, etc.), du contexte culturel et de la bibliographie afférant aux manuscrits médiévaux d'Europe occidentale, centrale et orientale. Elle comprend des articles, des notes et matériaux, une chronique et des comptes rendus approfondis d'ouvrages. La revue est éditée sous la responsabilité d'un comité scientifique international. 

1946-1949

1950-1959

1960-1969

1970-1979

1980-1989

1990-1999

2000-2009

2010-...

And see also:

SCRIPTORIUM EN LIGNE



Vitrine de la revue Scriptorium et du Bulletin codicologique, sur le web, les index présents sur Scriptorium ont pour objectif de rendre la culture écrite du Moyen Âge européen accessible à un public international.

  • Un index cumulatif, par institutions de conservation, des manuscrits traités dans la revue Scriptorium et dans le Bulletin codicologique (1946 - 2014) La base de données renferme tous les index annuels de la revue depuis 1946 jusqu'à nos jours,
    soit près de 258.505 cotes de manuscrits accessibles grâce au formulaire de recherche " Chercher un manuscrit "
    (cliquer sur le bouton du menu " Catalogue et recherche ").


  • Un index catalographique exhaustif des ouvrages et articles recensés dans le Bulletin codicologique (1994 - 2014) Les références bibliographiques issues des volumes 1994-2014 sont actuellement consultables via le formulaire de recherche
    " Chercher un compte rendu " (cliquer sur le bouton du menu " Catalogue et recherche ").

  • Un sommaire complet, cumulatif et par volume, des articles, notes et matériaux, chroniques et comptes rendus, publiés dans la revue Scriptorium (1946 - 2014) Toutes les tables des matières de la revue, depuis le premier volume paru jusqu'à nos jours, sont disponibles sur le site
    (cliquer sur le bouton du menu " Catalogue et recherche ").

Open Access Journal: EXARC Journal

[First posted in AWOL 19 February 2013, updated 23 July 2019]

EXARC Journal
ISSN: 2212-8956
EXARC Journal online and Digest
The leading journal for those involved in experimental archaeology or archaeological open-air museums, featuring the latest developments in fieldwork, academic research, museum studies and living history interpretation.
EXARC is the ICOM* Affiliated Organisation representing archaeological open-air museums and experimental archaeology. EXARC raises the standard of scientific research and public presentation among our membership through collaborative projects, conferences and publications.

Open Access Ancient Law Journals

These are the open access eJournals focused on ancient law of which I am aware.  Are there others?  Please let me know.

Pleiades

Epiakon (Epiacum)

A Roman fort at present-day Whitley Castle.

Summus P(o)eninus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 17 I2 Summus P(o)eninus

Eudracinum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 17 I2 Eudracinum

Untitled

*Alpis Graia → Arebrigium → E

Pondel

A Roman aqueduct dating to 3 B.C.

Carovilli

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Carovilli

Aequi

The Aequi were an ancient Italic tribe of northeast Latium in the first millennium BC.

July 12, 2019

Pleiades

Lebadeia

Lebadeia was an ancient settlement located close to the western frontier of Boeotia.

Heleon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 A1 Heleon

Alfedena

A Samnite settlement occupying a strategic location in the valley of the Sangro river.

Imagery location of Civitavecchia di Arpino

Acropolis of the ancient city of Arpinum. Coordinates following GeoHack.

Campochiaro

An Italic sanctuary sacred to Hercules located in località Civitella in the comune of Campochiaro. The site is to be connected with the Pentrian Samnites.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

The Body and Mask in Ancient Theatre Space - Digitised masks archive

The Body and Mask in Ancient Theatre Space - Digitised masks archive
by Martin Blazeby
The digitised masks archived on the project website have been recorded using photogrammetry and laser scanning technologies (see: Project pipeline - Mask scanning process). All masks have been subjected to varying degrees of post scan manipulation using 3D editing software and a selection chosen for rapid prototyping (see: Project pipeline - Rapid prototyping process). Some of the masks have also been 'virtually' decorated used in preparation for full-sized mask construction (see: Project pipeline - Virtual mask decoration process).
The masks are categorised by type and listed by their respective museum accession numbers. Other classifications i.e. Webster, Monuments Illustrating New Comedy are also referenced where possible.
Digitised Masks archive:

Female (10)

Slave (13)

Young Men (25)

Middle-aged Men (6)

Old Men (7)

Satyr (4)

Miscellaneous (7)

Pleiades

Monte Castellone (Torcino)

A fortified center located in the comune of Ciorlano.

Frigento

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 45 B2 Frigento

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Romans 1 by 1

Romans 1 by 1
Proiect
Romans 1by1 is a population database recording people identified in Greek and Roman epigraphy. The areas integrally covered at this point are the provinces of Moesia Inferior, Moesia Superior and Dacia. From Pannonia Superior, we have integrated so far the urban centers of Poetovio, Neviodunum, Siscia, Savaria, Brigetio and Scarbantia. 

Open Access Journal: Quaderni di Vicino Oriente

Quaderni di Vicino Oriente
ISSN: 1127-6037
e-ISSN: 2532-5175
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente XI - 2017:

La percezione dell'ebraismo in altre culture e nelle arti IV-2015
a cura di Alessandro Catastini


Contributi

L. Sist - I sogni del faraone (Genesi 41: 1-36): abbondanza e carestia in Egitto tra realtà e τόπος letterario

S. Zincone - “Allora tutto Israele sarà salvato”: osservazioni sull’esegesi cristiana antica di Rom. 11, 26 segg

F. Cocchini - La dichiarazione Nostra Aetate

A. Gebbia - Il teatro Yiddish in America

M. Passalacqua - Un umanista del XX secolo: Paul Oskar Kristeller

A. Camplani - Mosè, Elia e Abramo nel Vangelo di Marcione
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente X - 2015:

La percezione dell'ebraismo in altre culture e nelle arti III-2014
a cura di Alessandro Catastini


Contributi

R. Nicolai - La Giudea di Strabone e la percezione del giudaismo all'epoca di Augusto

S. Zincone - Non insultando sed exsultando:
l'Adversus Iudaeos di Agostino tra polemica e dilectio

L. Capezzone - L'eredità classica greca e il medioevo islamo-ebraico di Leo Strauss

P. Botta - A. Garribba - Judío e derivati negli antichi dizionari spagnoli

D. Vaccari - Il personaggio del judío nel teatro spagnolo del XVII secolo

M. Sonnino - La classicità rifiutata.
Filologi classici (ed) ebrei nella Germania tra Otto- e Novecento


E. Prinzivalli - Gli ebrei nella predicazione di Origene:
note a margine delle omelie sui Salmi del Cod. Mon. Gr. 314


L. Sist - Note su alcuni motivi egizi presenti nella cultura materiale giudaica

E. Tagliaferro - Augusto e gli ebrei

A. Catastini - Il banchetto della necromante di En Dor

L. Nigro - David e la presa di Gerusalemme:
dal
sinnôr al millô: ri-costruzione della storia
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente IX – 2015:

Jamshid’s takht or Solomon’s malʿab? Archaeological Reflections on Persepolis and Iṣṭakhr in Arabic and Persian Texts (9th-15th centuries)
Michelina di Cesare
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente VIII - 2014:

La percezione dell'ebraismo in altre culture e nelle arti II-2013
a cura di Alessandro Catastini


Contributi

L. Nigro - David e Golia: Filistei e Israeliti ad un tiro di sasso. Recenti scoperte nel dibattito sull'archeologia in Israele

M. Passalacqua - Lezioni di filologia: Ludwig Traube, Elias Avery Lowe, Eduard Fraenkel

P. Buzi - Il conflitto che non c'era. Ebrei e cristiani nella tradizione letteraria copta del V-VIII secolo

A. Gebbia - Nuove tendenze e nuove voci nelle letterature ebraiche degli Stati Uniti e del Canada

F. Mastrofini - Presente e prospettive del dialogo ebraico-cristiano

S. Zincone - Giudei e giudaizzanti nelle omelie Adversus Iudaeos di Giovanni Crisostomo

P. Botta - A. Garribba - Canti giudeo-spagnoli di tradizione orale

L. Sist - Testimonianze di giudaismo in Egitto: i templi di Yahweh e le risultanze archeologiche

A. Catastini - La simbologia del vino nuovo nel banchetto sacro
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente VII – 2014:

Umberto Scerrato: saggi inediti e opera minora
a cura di Maria Vittoria Fontana
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente VI - 2013:

La percezione dell'ebraismo in altre culture e nelle arti
a cura di Alessandro Catastini


Contributi

E. Prinzivalli - "Noi" e "Loro", la lacerazione indicibile. Ebrei e Cristiani nel I e nel II secolo

A. Camplani - Declinazioni dell'antigiudaismo nel cristianesimo siriaco delle origini

A. Gebbia - Il violinista su Hollywood: gli Ebrei e il cinema americano

F. Gabizon - Percorsi ebraici nella letteratura inglese e americana

A. Catastini - La questione delle origini ebraiche

J. Nigro Covre - R. Cilione - Gli artisti e l 'ebraismo tra Italia e Francia intorno al 1930

F. Piperno - Ebrei in Musica

L. Nigro - L 'Archeologia Biblica e la percezione dell 'ebraismo

M. Caffiero - Gioco di specchi. Ebrei e Cristiani in età moderna: rappresentazioni e autorappresentazioni
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente V – 2010:

Ana turri gimilli. Studi dedicati al Padre Werner R. Mayer da amici e allievi
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente IV – 2010:

Tiro, cartagine, Lixus: nuove acquisizioni.
Atti del Convegno Internazionale in onore di Maria Giulia Amadasi Guzzo. Roma, 24-25 novembre 2008
a cura di Gilda Bartoloni - Paolo Matthiae - Lorenzo Nigro - Licia Romano
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente III – 2002:

Da Pyrgi a Mozia. Studi sull’archeologia del Mediterraneo in memoria di Antonia Ciasca
a cura di Maria Giulia Amadasi Guzzo - Mario Liverani - Paolo Matthiae
Quaderni di Vicino Oriente II –

Quaderni di Vicino Oriente I –

Open Access Journal: Vicino Oriente

[First posted 7/26/09,   Updatee 12 July 2019]

Vicino Oriente
ISSN: 0393-0300
e-ISSN: 2532-5159
Vicino Oriente is the journal of the Sezione di Orientalistica (Section of Oriental Studies) of the Department of Sciences of Antiquity of Rome “La Sapienza” University. 
VO is published yearly and deals with Near and Middle Eastern Archaeology, History, Epigraphy, extending its view on the whole Mediterranean with the study of Phoenician and Punic documents. 
Purposes of the journal are: to host preliminary reports of excavations currently carried on by the Department in the Near and Middle East, Egypt and the Mediterranean; to report about and update the status of research projects in progress; to introduce PhD projects currently undergoing in the Department.
The journal publishes contributions of historical, archaeological, artistic, philological, philosophical, and religious disciplines in ancient Mediterranean, Asia, and Africa. Papers submitted to the Editorial Board are, of course, selected by the members of the Scientific Committee, all scholars of the Section of Oriental Studies of Department of Sciences of Antiquities at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
Current Issue
VICINO ORIENTE XXII - 2018

Articoli

L. Nigro - Da Gerico a Betlemme. La missione della Sapienza a Gerico e l’archeologia italiana in Palestina (1997-2017)
con il contributo del Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale


L. Nigro - L. Fattore - D. Montanari - 3D scanning, modelling and printing of ultra-thin nacreous shells from Jericho: a case study of small finds documentation in archaeology

Z. Kafafi - Life and settlements during the Iron Age in the Central Jordan Valley: aspects from the site Tell Deir ‘Alla and nearby sites

L. Nigro - F. Spagnoli - Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) from Motya and its deepest oriental roots

A.Mª Niveau-de-Villedary y Mariñas - Gadir revisited. A proposal for reconstruction of the archaic Phoenician foundation

F. Giusfredi - On Phoenicians in Ptolemaic Cyprus: a note on CIS I 95

M. Guirguis - Una brocchetta eburnea dalla necropoli di Douïmès: artigianato fenicio tra Nimrud e Cartagine

P. Bartoloni - Bambini fenici nel tofet. Review article: B. D’Andrea (2018), Bambini nel ‘limbo’. Dati e proposte interpretative sui tofet fenici e punici, Roma 2014

M.G. Amadasi - Due colleghi all’“Orientale” di Napoli
Review article:
G. Toloni (a cura di), L’opera di Francesco Vattioni (1922-1995), Brescia 2016
G. Toloni (a cura di), L’opera di Luigi Cagni (1929-1998), Brescia 2018


A.L. Corsi - A stucco merlon from the Congregational Mosque of Siraf at the British Museum

F. Duva - Gay in the Sasanian period: some preliminary notes on its circular urban plan

M.V. Fontana - A small intruder: a Medieval marble winged lion from Ravello

V. Laviola - Some newly discovered Islamic buckets from Ghazni (Afghanistan)

G. Maresca - Between ‘Early and ‘Late’ Iron Age in South-eastern Iran: notes on the possibility to evaluate the ‘Achaemenid impact’ on the area

M. Massullo - Une inscription au nom d’Akbar. Écho du pouvoir moghol à Ġaznī (Afghanistan)

S. Paolini - Palanquins on camels and elephants in the Islamic world

VICINO ORIENTE XXI - 2017

Articoli

A. Catastini - Ricordo di Giovanni Garbini (1931-2017)

Nigro - D. Montanari - A. Guari - M. Tamburrini - P. Izzo - M. Ghayyada - I. Titi - J. Yasine - New archaeological features in Bethlehem (Palestine): the Italian-Palestinian rescue season of 2016

J. Bogdani - The archaeological atlas of Coptic literature. A question of method

V. Pisaniello - Hittite (ninda) kaz(za)mi(t)-

A.L. Corsi - A brief note on the Early Abbasid stucco decoration.
Madinat al-Far and the first Friday Mosque of Isfahan


F. Duva - New perspectives on the first Abbasid Masjid-i Jumʿa of Iṣfahān

V. Laviola - Three Islamic inkwells from Ghazni excavation

R. Giunta - Tombeaux et inscriptions funéraires de Ghazni (Afghanistan).
Quelques documents inédits Du XIe-XIIIe siècle


M.V. Fontana - Qalʿa-Iṣṭakhr and the Si Gunbadān

L. Colliva - G. Terribili - A forgotten Sasanian sculpture. The fifth bust of Narseh from the monument of Paikuli

M. Di Cesare - A note on an Umayyad carved ivory plaque kept at the Walters Art Gallery

A. Santi - The role of Madīna in the emergence of the Mosque-Dār al-Imāra combination: a preliminary note

L. Nigro - D. Montanari - M. Ghayyada - J. Yasine - The el-Atan Tomb: an Early Bronze IVB female burial in the heart of Palestine

V. Laviola - Unpublished Islamic bronze cauldrons from private collections: two early and one very late specimens

D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2017

A. Ten - Roma, il culto di Iside e Serapide in Campo Marzio: alcuni aggiornamenti

VICINO ORIENTE XX - 2016

Articoli

F. Spagnoli - Una brocchetta con protome d'ariete dall'Area Sacra del Kothon a Mozia

R. Francia - Gli avverbi di luogo ittiti in -an: forme di nominativo accusativo neutro singolare?

A. Carfì - Early Islamic models of urban and rural settlements in the South Bilād al-Shām

M.V. Fontana - A brief note on the Yemenite chahār tāq mausoleums. The case of Barāqish

Scavi e Ricerche

L. Nigro - R. Gharib - Jamaan at the pass of Bi'rein: an Iron Age IIB-C Ammonite stronghold in central Jordan

M.V. Fontana - A.A. Asadi - M. Rugiadi - A.C. Felici - A. Fusaro - Estakhr Project - third preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo

E. Pomar - Save Palmyra. La distruzione del patrimonio archeologico nel Vicino Oriente. Perché e come ricostruire

D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2016

VICINO ORIENTE XIX - 2015

Articoli

L. Nigro - Bethlehem in the Bronze and Iron Ages in the light of recent discoveries by the Palestinian MOTA-DACH

V. Pisaniello - Parallel passages among Hittite-Luwian rituals: for the restoration of KUB 35.146

F. Spagnoli - Una testa di sileno in bronzo da Mozia

N. Chiarenza - Una matrice per terrecotte con sileno dall'Area sacra del Kothon a Mozia

G. Labisi - al-Fudayn: an Umayyad residence in Northern Jordan

P. Buzi - Early Christianity in the Fayyūm: the new contribution of archaeology

I. Materia - Preliminary notes on the ware depicted on the ceiling of the Cappella Palatina in Palermo

S. Autiero - Indian Ocean trade: a reassessment of the pottery finds from a multidisciplinary point of view (3rd Century BC-5th century AD)

M.M. Jamhawi - N. Al-Shakarchi - I. Al-Hashimi - Assessment of tourists' satisfaction in the downtown of Amman

Scavi e Ricerche

L. Nigro - C. Fiaccavento - M. Jaradat - J. Yasine - Archaeology from A to Z: Abu Zarad, an ancient town in the heartland of Palestine

L. Nigro - D. Montanari - M. Ghayyada - J. Yasine - Khalet al-Jam'a. A Middle Bronze and Iron Age necropolis near Bethlehem (Palestine)

L. Nigro - G. Ripepi - I. Hamdan - J. Yasine - The Jericho Oasis Archaeological Park - 2015 Interim Report. Italian-Palestinian Cooperation for protection and valorization of archaeological heritage

R. Francia - L'archivio di tavolette del complesso B-C-H di Büyükkale e l'organizzazione degli archivi reali ittiti. Considerazioni preliminari

V. Pisaniello - La collezione di tavolette del complesso B-C-H di Büyükkale

T. De Vincenzi - L'archivio di tavolette del complesso B-C-H sull'acropoli di Büyükkale

Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo

L. Nigro - Il nuovo allestimento del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza

D. Montanari - Bollettino delle attività del Museo del Vicino Oriente, Egitto e Mediterraneo della Sapienza, anno 2015

Recensioni

A. Orsingher - E. PAPPA (2013), Early Iron Age Exchange in the West: Phoenicians in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic (Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 43), Leuven - Paris - Walpole 2013, MA.: Peeters

VICINO ORIENTE XVIII - 2014

L. Nigro - Editoriale

Articoli

M. Jafari-Dehaghi - Čahār zahagān in Middle Persian literature

S. Seminara - Beyond the words. Some considerations about the word "to translate" in Sumerian

R. Francia - Gli Ittiti e la loro riscoperta nella Turchia repubblicana

K. Rashid Rahim - C.G. Cereti - L. Colliva - A. Fusaro - C. Insom - G. Labisi - S. Mancini - J. Bogdani - M. Galuppi - G. Terribili - MAIKI, Missione Archeologica Italiana nel Kurdistan Iracheno: la carta archeologica dell'area di Paikuli, obiettivi e metodologie applicate

L. Nigro - The Copper Route and the Egyptian connection in 3rd millennium BC Jordan seen from the caravan city of Khirbet al-Batrawy

M. Sala - EB II-III aegyptiaca east of the Jordan: a reevaluation of trade and cultural interactions between Egypt and Transjordanian urban centres

C. Fiaccavento - Two EB III Red Polished jugs from Palace B in Khirbet al-Batrawy and jugs with Reserved Alternate-Hatching Decoration (RAHD) from Palestine and Transjordan

D. Montanari - An EB IV dagger from Tell es-Sultan/Jericho

F. Spagnoli - Una brocchetta dipinta dal Tempio di Astarte nell'Area sacra del Kothon a Mozia

B. D'Andrea - Nuove stele dal Tofet di Mozia

A. Orsingher - Listen and protect: reconsidering the grinning masks after a recent find from Motya

VICINO ORIENTE XVII - 2013

Articoli

P. Gignoux - Souvenirs d'un grand savant: Gherardo Gnoli (1937-2012)

N.N.Z. Chegini - M.V. Fontana - A. Asadi - M. Rugiadi - A.M. Jaia - A. Blanco - L. Ebanista - V. Cipollari Estakhr Project - second preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

A. Asadi - S.M. Mousavi Kouhpar - J. Neyestani - A. Hojabri-Nobari - Sasanian and Early Islamic settlement patterns north of the Persian Gulf

L. Nigro - Before the Greeks: the earliest Phoenician settlement in Motya - recent discoveries by Rome «La Sapienza» Expedition

C. Fiaccavento - Potters' wheels from Khirbet al-Batrawy: a reconsideration of social contexts

D. Montanari - A copper javelin head in the UCL Palestinian Collection

A. Massafra - A group of metal weapons from Tell el-'Ajjul in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow

A. Campus - Costruire memoria e tradizione: il tofet

F. Spagnoli - Demetra a Mozia: evidenze dall'area sacra del Kothon nel V secolo a.C.

R. Francia - Lo stile 'poetico' delle historiolae ittite

V. Pisaniello - Il sumerogramma IR nei testi ittiti

VICINO ORIENTE XVI - 2012

Articoli

D. Montanari - Copper axes and double-apses buildings: investigating EB I social interrelations

P. Sferrazza - Cattivi presagi: analisi della raffigurazione della Stanza 132 del Palazzo Reale di Mari

I. Melandri - A new reconstruction of the anklets of Princess Khnumit

G. Ripepi - Gli edifici su podio in Palestina durante l'Età del Ferro II

F. Spagnoli - Un altare bruciaprofumi punico dalla "Casa del sacello domestico" a Mozia

M. Guirguis - Monte Sirai 2005-2010. Bilanci e prospettive

V. Tusa - Le armi dei corredi tombali della necropoli arcaica di Mozia

M.C. Benvenuto - F. Pompeo - Il sincretismo di genitivo e dativo in persiano antico

M.V. Fontana - S.M. Mireskandari - M. Rugiadi - A. Asadi - A.M. Jaia - A. Blanco - L. Colliva - Estakhr Project - first preliminary report of the joint Mission of the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research, the Parsa-Pasargadae Research Foundation and the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

C.G. Cereti - L. Colliva - M.V. Fontana - G. Terribili - J. Bogdani - A. Bizzarro - A. Tilia - S.S. Tilia - From flint to silicon, modern technologies applied to the understanding of history. The Italian Archaeological Mission in Iraqi Kurdistan

M. Rugiadi - Il complesso di ricevimento del palazzo ayyubide a Shawbak

L. Nigro - An EB IIIB (2500-2300 BC) gemstones necklace from the Palace of the Copper Axes at Khirbet al-Batrawy, Jordan

A. Caltabiano - Temples et sanctuaires urbains du littoral syrien à l'âge du Fer: continuité et transformation culturelles

M. Sala - Egyptian and Egyptianizing objects from EB I-III Tell es-Sultan/ancient Jericho

Notes

F. Spagnoli - Un'anforetta dipinta dalla Tomba T.177 di Mozia
VICINO ORIENTE XV - 2011

Articoli

M. Sala - Sanctuaries, Temples and Cult Places in Early Bronze I Southern Levant

D. Montanari - Sei lance rituali in metallo del Bronzo Antico I (3400-3000 a.C.) dal Levante meridionale

L. Romano - La stele del simposio?

S. Lanna - Land-management and food-production in early Egypt (Dynasties 0-2)

S. Paradiso - La brocca RS 24.440 da Ugarit: rappresentazione di una scena di offerta

G. Pagliari - Ancient Egyptian Palace: The Tripartite Plan of Audience System

M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - On the Beginnings of the Punic Scripts

B. D’Andrea - S. Giardino - “Il tofet: dove e perché”: alle origini dell’identità fenicia

L. Sist - Preliminary notes on two royal buildings discovered in Napata

A. Colazilli - Il pianto nell’antico Egitto

A. D’Aleo - Il mito di Butes: un caso paradigmatico di “sincretismo”?

S. Della Ricca - I. Della Ricca - Quale sanità nel Vicino Oriente urbanizzato?

V. Messina - J. Mehr Kian - Ricognizione dei rilievi partici d’Elimaide. La piana di Izeh- Malamir

M. Rugiadi - The Emergence of Siliceous-paste in Iran in the Last Quarter of the 11th century and Related Issues. The Dated Assemblage from the Southern Domed Hall of the Great Mosque of Isfahan

I. Melandri - Nuove considerazioni su una statua da Qaw el-Kebir al Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino

Reviews

D. Nadali - Eph‘al, I.,The City Besieged. Siege and Its Manifestations in the Ancient Near East, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 36, Brill Ed., Leiden - Boston 2009

D. Nadali - Curtis, J.E. - Tallis, N (eds.), The Balawat Gates of Ashurnasirpal II, The British Museum Press, London 2008
VICINO ORIENTE XIV - 2008

Articoli

A. Vacca - Rappresentazioni di edifici sacri nella glittica dei periodi di Uruk, Jemdet Nasr e Protodinastico I

L. Romano - La corona del dio. Nota sull’iconografia divina nel Protodinastico

M. Sala - Il Temple en L a Biblo

M. D’Andrea - Trickle Painted Ware: an Early Bronze IV Specialized Pottery Production in Palestine and Transjordan

A. Iob - Forme, colori, funzione dei collari usekh: confronto tra immagine e modello reale

D. Nadali - La Stele di Daduša come documento storico dell’età paleobabilonese. Immagini e iscrizione a confronto

L. Peyronel - Guerre e alleanze in epoca paleobabilonese: il peso di Inibšina, figlia di Daduša di Ešnunna

G. Pedrucci - Kubaba: presenze anatoliche e antecedenti siriani

S. Festuccia - Le forme da fusione della Città Bassa Settentrionale di Tell Mardikh-Ebla

L. Mori - Osservazioni sulla tipologia delle strade dai testi di Emar

A. Vallorani - Bâtiment III: il palazzo neosiriano di Hama

M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - J.-Á. Zamora Lopez - Un ostracon phénicien de Tavira (Portugal)

M. L’Erario - Un Osco a Solunto. Una nota sul cosiddetto «oscillum» di Solunto

M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - Su due dediche neopuniche da Henchir Ghayadha

F. Bron - L’inscription néo-punique de Cherchell, NP 130

D. Piacentini - Una bilingue greco-palmirena dal Negev: una nuova interpretazione

L. Nigro - L’unzione del re? nota su un passabriglie protodinastico al Museo del Louvre

L. Romano - Recensione al volume: Margueron, J.-Cl., Mari. Métropole de l’Euphrate au IIIe et au debut du IIe millénaire av. J.-C., Paris 2004

VICINO ORIENTE XIII - 2007


Articoli

L. Romano - La Stele degli Avvoltoi: una rilettura critica

L. Nigro - Alle origini della prima urbanizzazione palestinese. Il caso dell’Edificio 7102 di Tell el-‘Areini

M. Sala - Prodromi della prima urbanizzazione palestinese ai confini del deserto basaltico siro-giordano: l’insediamento fortificato del Bronzo Antico I (3400-3200 a.C.) a Jawa

G. Spreafico - La formulazione architettonica e spaziale dell’area sacra nell’edilizia templare del Ferro I in Palestina

R. Francia - Osservazioni sulle strategie linguistiche e stilistiche nelle lettere ittite

G. Capriotti Vittozzi - Rivisitando la tomba di Petosiri: note su alcuni aspetti iconografici

A. Orsingher - Bruciaprofumi lotiformi: una produzione fenicia 115

F. Susanna - Templi punici o di matrice punica con cripta o con strutture sotterranee in Nord Africa

N. Chiarenza - Una nota su un altare a tre betili da Selinunte

M.G. Amadasi Guzzo - Une lamelle magique à inscription phénicienne

C. Greco - Recensione al volume Mozia - XI
VICINO ORIENTE XII - 2000


Articoli

M. Liverani - La scoperta del mattone. Muri e archivi nell’archeologia mesopotamica

A. Archi - The “lords”, lugal-lugal, of Ebla: a prosopographic study

M.G. Biga - Wet-nurses at Ebla: a prosopographic study

M. Ramazzotti - Appunti sulla semiotica delle relazioni stratigrafiche di Gerico neolitica

N. Marchetti - A Middle Bronze I ritual deposit from the ‘Amuq Plain: note on the dating and the significance on the metal anthropomorphic figurines from Tell Judaidah

E. Ascalone - Interpretazione stratigrafica e proposta di periodizzazione della città di Susa. Studio comparativo degli scavi effettuati e analisi storica dell’abitato tra la fine del IV e l’inizio del III millennio a.C.

L. Peyronel - Sigilli harappani e dilmuniti dalla Mesopotamia e dalla Susiana. Note sul commercio nel golfo Arabo-Persico tra III e II millennio a.C.

L. Nigro - L’assedio di Bīt Bunakki da Ninive ai Musei Vaticani. La sua collocazione originaria nel Palazzo Nord di Assurbanipal e gli scavi di Giovanni Bennhi

R. Bertolino - I corpora delle iscrizioni semitiche di Hatra, Palmira e Dura-Europos: un bilancio

P. Grossmann - Zur Rekonstruktion der Südkirche von Antinoopolis

M. Ramazzotti - Un’ipotesi di proposta interpretativa: l’architettura domestica in Egitto come indice del cambiamento nella struttura socio-economica
VICINO ORIENTE XI - 1998


Articoli

A. Amenta - Aspetti culturali dal tempio di Tod

A. Bongioanni - Tradizioni sciamaniche nel manto “stellato” sacerdotale: il caso di Anen e Tutankhamon

R. Buongarzone - Una nuova versione del Libro della Terra

G. Capriotti Vittozzi - Una statua di sovrana al Museo Egizio di Torino: la tradizione del Nuovo Regno nell’iconografia della regine tolemaiche

E.M. Ciampini - I percorsi misteriosi di Rosetau

S. Demichelis - Papiri calendariali al Museo Egizio di Torino

P. Gallo - Una nuova statua del re Nekhthorheb sotto forma di falco da Pharbeithos

E. Fiore Marochetti - Un frammento di iscrizione proveniente dalla grande “Mastaba du Nord” a el-Lisht

V. Massa - I giuramenti demotici di Pathyris nel Museo Egizio di Torino

A. Piccato - Percezione della storia, narrazione degli eventi e storiografia dell’Egitto del III e del II millennio a.C. Alcune brevi osservazioni

P. Romeo - Stele di Qadesh e stele di Horus
VICINO ORIENTE X - 1996


Articoli

M. Krebernik - Neue Beschwörungen aus Ebla

A. Archi - Bulle e cretule iscritte da Ebla

A. Archi - Eblaita: paš–šu “colui che è addetto all’unzione; sacerdote purificatore; cameriere al servizio di una persona”

L De Urioste Sanchez - Aspetti della circolazione di metalli preziosi ad Ebla: catene di distribuzione e restituzione parziale

M. Bonechi - ARET I 2 + ARET IV 23

A. Enea - Per una rilettura delle abitazioni palestinesi a pianta curvilinea del Bronzo Antico I

N. Marchetti - L’aquila Anzu: nota su alcuni amuleti mesopotamici

L. Nigro - Dieci asce protodinastiche dal Luristan della Collezione Lorenzo Vannini

F. Venturi - Una ‘fiasca del pellegrino’ da Tell Afis. L'evoluzione dei ‘Pilgrim Flasks’ cananaici nel passaggio tra Bronzo Tardo e Ferro I

S. Di Paolo - Gli avori di Megiddo: un esempio di arte siriana?

R. Francia - Il pronome possessivo enclitico in antico ittita: alcune riflessioni

A. Roccati - La datazione di opere letterarie egizie

E.M. Ciampini - Testi funerari del Medio Regno in contesto “anomalo”: il caso di formule su stele

E. Mitchell- Redazione preliminare della carta archeologica del Jebel Barkal

A. Ciasca, R. Di Salvo, M. Castellino, C. Di Patti - Saggio preliminare sugli incinerati del Tofet di Mozia

TAVOLE I - XV
VICINO ORIENTE IX - 1993


Articoli

S. Donadoni - La situazione archeologica

L Sist - Le figurazioni della Tomba TT 27

A. Roccati - Reminiscenze delle Tombe di Asiut nel monumento di Sheshonq

F. Tiradritti - Il capitolo 146w del Libro dei Morti

G. Rosati - Il Libro dei Morti sui pilastri orientali della corte

S. Bosticco - I ritrovamenti

B. Moiso - Conservazione del monumento e ripristino architettonico

TAVOLE I - XXXV
VICINO ORIENTE VIII/2 - 1992


Articoli

M.G. Biga - Osservazioni sui criteri di redazione dei testi di Ebla: TM. 75. G.1730 e i testi del rituale per il re e la regina

F. Pomponio - Abba-kalla di Puzriš-Dagan

G. Wilhelm - Zum eblaitischen Gott Kura

C. Zaccagnini - Ceremonial Transfers of Real Estate at Emar and Elsewhere

L. Sist - Un frammento di statua da Crocodilopoli

F. Tiradritti - Stele di Amanitore e Arikankharor dal «Palazzo di Natakamani» al Gebel Barkal

M. Salvini. - Note sulle tavolette di Bastam

G. Falsone - Nuove coppe metalliche di fattura orientale

A. Ciasca - Mozia: sguardo d'insieme sul tofet

N. Marchetti - L'iscrizione della cappella rupestre di En-Numêr a Petra e la paleografia nabatea

A. Alberti - Nihil sub sole novum. Osservazioni a margine di MEE 10

A. Archi - Integrazioni alla prosopografia dei «danzatori», ne-di, di Ebla

E. Badalì - La festa di primavera AN. TAÐ.ŠUM: contributi su alcuni aspetti del culto ittito

L. Innocente - Stato delle ricerche sul cario

F. Israel - Note di onomastica semitica 6: l’apporto della glittica all’onomastica aramaica

Addendum to: D. Schmandt-Besserat: Tokens as Funerary Offerings, VO 7, pp. 3-9

TAVOLE I - XVII
VICINO ORIENTE VIII/1 - 1989


Articoli

A. Archi - F. Pomponio - Tavolette economiche neo-sumeriche dell’Università Pontificia Salesiana

Pleiades

Ad Decimum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 43 B2 Ad Decimum

Ardea

Ardea was an ancient settlement of the Rutuli in Latium.

Politorium

An ancient town of Latium located near Castel di Decima. Tradition holds that Ancus Marcius captured the settlement and relocated its occupants to the Aventine Hill in Rome.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

DIALG: The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek

 DIALG: The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek

 [Description from the Digitalclassicist Wiki]
The Diachronic Interactive Lexicon of Greek contains all the entries of the dictionaries and provide them meanings (seasonally), referring primarily to quotations and other details in the dictionary (or dictionaries) which is the source of Information-importance. The same will be done with different types of a word (eg. verb types) or how to write when it is diverse, with references back-references to the "dictionaries-sources." The dictionary is open to additions or new entries or additional information (types, meanings and pensions), which are not mentioned in sub-dictionaries sources DialG. These additions come either from the team or from users' suggestions. The new data will be incorporated to the Dictionary at regular intervals, following a review by the editorial team. So we will have in the future a key tool for the Greek texts of all time. As it is widely known, the compilation of a lexicon of Greek is actually an endless project. Almost in every byzantine text (or text of the late antiquity), even among those already critically edited, words remain to be discovered; that is words which either have not got registered at all yet, they have an unregistered meaning, they appear in a new form or within a new construction. It is also well known that every index verborum or index graecitatis supplies new lexicographical material, and such material is also to be found in numerous minor or major publications. Besides, many isolated lexicographical observations remain unpublished, therefore unknown. Collecting such information systematically may in the best case, and only after a long time, lead to the compilation of a new Volume supplementary to the existing Lexica. This is is not exactly useless, but rather very inconvenient for the user. Even worse, this new Volume itself is bound to be “old” and obsolete from the very first moment of its publication. The vanity of such an effort could be observed in the case of the Supplement of the LSJ: After the user has read for example the entry ἀβόλλα in LSJ (where only one instance of the word is given), he/she is encountered in the Supplement with the statement: “delete the article”. Even more, this also proves to be false by means of new evidence: According to TLG ἀβόλλα does occur, and more than once. Additionally, allow me to remind you, that also all the Lexica Sophocles, Lampe, and Trapp (from now on LBG) are in fact supplementary to LSJ. Furthermore, the Greek translation of LSJ (: from now on LSK) is not only a translation but an enrichment too, and it has its own supplement (not identical to the English one!). Similarly, Demetrakos copies LSK for the ancient Greek, but offers additionally new material concerning medieval and late and, of course, modern Greek. Last but not least, the old Thesaurus Graecae Linguae (from the 16th. century) is still not completely replaced, that is, it offers material, which has not been thoroughly incorporated in the modern Lexica). An example will be given in due course. These are the Lexica usually consulted when reading a byzantine text. It goes without telling that all these Lexica need to get updated from time to time! This situation, in fact the idea of updating, has led us to the concept of a web-lexicon of Greek, which will comprise all the existing lexicographical information and will be able to get continuously enriched and corrected, in other words, updated. The DIAL-G will also be interactive; this means, it will be possible for anyone to suggest new material or corrections or supplementary notes, which, after being supervised, might be incorporated, in fact uploaded. This implies that it will be offered to all readers, and still retain the name of the first one to make the suggestion. Let us now present how it works with the help of some examples: Τhe word ἐθνεσιφόντης (used only once in Th. Prodr. carm. hist. 42 vers 21) is not registered, even in LBG, so it will be displayed only in DIAL-G: ἐθνεσιφόντης, ὁ only: Th. Prodr. Hist. Ged. XLII 21, slayer of the enemies/not Christian people...

Stoa Archiving and Rehosting

Stoa Archiving and Rehosting
At Duke University's Digital Classics Collaboratory (DC3)Ryan Baumann undertook to ensure that at least one snapshot of every page on the Stoa had been submitted to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine for long-term preservation. This archival copy may be browsed starting at https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.stoa.org/.
In order to keep as many Stoa URIs from going stale as possible, Tom Elliott (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, NYU), undertook to establish a new, primary server for the domain and to work with original project authors and others to rehost static versions of the Stoa content. This is an on-going effort, and the status of individual projects is provided on the new home page.
Following are links to the new locations:

In memoriam

Blog

Since 2003, the Stoa Blog fronted this site, providing news, announcements, and other posts of interest to creators and users of digital resources in the Classics. In 2019, the blog was rehosted to a server operated by the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of London. It can be reached directly at https://blog.stoa.org/.

About this site

The Stoa Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities was founded by Allen Ross Scaife in 1997 as an umbrella project for many projects in the Classics. Information about the history and the current status of the Stoa may be found on this site's "about" page.

Abbreviations

A list of abbreviations for "1253 Greek Authors, from an older edition of the LSJ". The origins of this list are unclear, but the resource is linked from a number of other pages on the web.

Ancient City of Athens

The Ancient City of Athens is a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens (Greece), developed by Kevin T. Glowacki in 2004.

Ancient Journeys

Ancient Journeys: A Festscrift in Honor of Eugene Numa Lane was edited by Cathy Callaway with the assistance of Pamela A. Draper and published on the Stoa in 2002 with the editorial oversight of Anne Mahoney and Ross Scaife (assisted by Mark Weber and Phillip Sauerbeck). The version available here as of 2019 is a static HTML capture of the original, which used the Perseus hopper to transform the XML files used to encode the text.

Confessions

The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition is an on-line reprint of James J. O'Donnell's 1992 text and commentary (Oxford: ISBN 0-19-814378-8).

Demos

Dēmos: Classical Athenian Democracy was developed and edited by Christopher W. Blackwell for the Stoa. It incorporates contributions from Danielle Allen, Elizabeth Baughman, Victor Bers, Michael de Brauw, Matthew Christ, Christopher Cotten, Casey Dué, Michael Gagarin, Craig Gibson, Edward Harris, Steven Johnstone, Konstantinos Kapparis, Adriaan Lanni, Thomas R. Martin, Josiah Ober, David Phillips, Hershal Pleasant, Amy Smith, and S.C. Todd. The original publication was encoded in TEI XML and converted to HTML for web dissemination on demand using a bespoke web application dependent on Apache Tomcat and Coccoon. This application could no longer be maintained after 2019 and so a static HTML version of the content is now hosted here.

Diotima

Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World was launched by Ross Scaife and Suzanne Bonefas in early 1995 and was maintained by Scaife until his death in 2008. In 2017, the Women's Classical Caucustook over maintenance of a "new and improved" Diotima, which may be accessed at https://diotimawcc.wordpress.com/. An archival copy of the old Diotima can be accessed via the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190628224208/http://www.stoa.org/diotima/.

EDUCE

Enhanced Digital Unwrapping for Conservation and Exploration was a project Scaife was pursuing at the time of his death in 2008. It aimed to develop non-destructive mechanisms for detecting and visualizing text preserved on problematic objects like papyrus scrolls and damaged codices. The page linked here announces the award, in 2006, of a large grant from the National Science Foundation to Scaife and his co-investigators (Brent Seales and James Griffioen). Seales has continued the work in collaboration with others under the rubric: "The Digital Restoration Initiative".

The Electronic Aelfric

For a period of time between 2006 and 2010, the Stoa seems to have hosted an informational website about a project directed by Aaron J. Kleist and funded by the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities ("The Ælfric of Eynsham Project"; Grant number: RQ-50239-06). This project has since reached full publication under the auspices of the Modern Language Association's "Approved Edition" program. Its title is now The Digital Aelfric: Eight Catholic Homilies and it is hosted on the Scholarly Digital Editions website: http://www.sd-editions.com/aelfric/.

EpiDoc Guidelines

Since the late 1990s, the Stoa has hosted both the Guidelines and the RelaxNG schema maintained by the EpiDoc Community, an international, collaborative effort that provides guidelines and tools for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents.

Johannes Tinctoris

A digital edition of The Theoretical Works of Johannes Tinctoris, created by Ronald WoodleyThe Stoa version, kept here for historical reasons, was superseded in 2014 by a new version on the Early Music Theory website.

Metis

Metis QTVR was developed by Bruce Hartzler and initally published on the Stoa in 1998, with a major upgrade for performance and function in 2003. Metis provided users with manipulable panoramas for 63 different ancient Greek sites, using the "QuickTime VR" format introduced by Apple in 1995. Apple discontinued QTVR in the late 2000s, thus rendering inoperative Metis and other web publications that had used the technology. Discussions are underway concerning the feasibility of creating an archival version in another format. Meantime, the structure of the site (but not the movie content) can be reviewed via the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190513015842/http://www.stoa.org/metis/.

Miscellaneous Texts

The Perseus Hopper instance on stoa.org contained a number of scholarly texts in a collection titled, simply, "misc". As the hopper could not be re-installed on the new server in the summer of 2019, these texts are currently not available here; however, work is underway to produce static versions of them. In the meantime, captured versions are available from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine:

Neo-Latin Colloquia

The Colloquia Scholastica (Neo-Latin Collquia) page on the Stoa was created by graduate students and faculty associated with the University of Kentucky's Institute for Latin Studies. It was intended to serve as "a gateway to a variety of materials" they developed "for the renewed study and enjoyment of neo-Latin colloquia scholastica, texts that date primarily from the 16th century." It was last updated in 2011. Several of the texts produced by this group were encoded in TEI XML and hosted through the Perseus hopper at stoa.org. As the Perseus Hopper cannot be maintained on stoa.org following the 2019 transition to a new server, Terence Tunberg and Mark Lauersdorf are working on a new hosting arrangement. In the meantime, archival versions of these materials may be viewed through the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190405153208/http://www.stoa.org/colloquia/.

Olynthus

Stoa content related to the ancient city of Olynthus was developed by Nicholas Cahill and collaborators. As of 2002, it was to have included the full text of Cahill's 2002 book Household and city organization at Olynthus (Yale), as well as a "Database of Houses, Rooms, and Objects" linked to a "Site Plan" GIS. The book content was still functional, via the Stoa copy of the Perseus hopper, as of 2019, but "Coming soon" notices were posted for both the database and GIS, so it seems that this portion of the site was never completed. A static version of the book content will soon be brought forward to the new server. Until the static version is available, interested users can access a copy of the book content via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine at: https://web.archive.org/web/20110608124937/http://www.stoa.org/hopper/text.jsp?doc=Stoa:text:2003.01.0003.

Pleiades

Since 2007, the Pleiades gazetteer of ancient places has been hosted on its own server at https://pleiades.stoa.org/. The Stoa provided incubation space on a development server during the early years of the project's design (2002-2007), as well as a permanent "home" in the form of a subdomain within stoa.org domain.

Pembroke 25

At one time, the Stoa site hosted information about a project to transcribe the late anglo-saxon period manuscript known as Pembroke 25 (collection of Cambridge University, Pembroke College). In 2010, this information was transferred off the Stoa. The project, which is co-directed by Dot Porter and Paul E. Szarmach, is now headquartered at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (University of Pennsylvania): https://schoenberginstitute.org/pembroke25/.

Pompeian Households

Pompeian Households: An On-line Companion was published by the Stoa in 2004. These "materials to accompany Penelope M. AllisonPompeian Households: An Analysis of the Material Culture (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Monograph 42, 2004) [include] detailed documentary information on 30 Pompeian houses and their contents, consisting of 865 rooms and more than 16,000 artifacts." A static version of the original site will be posted here during summer 2019. In the meantime, the Internet Archive's copy may be browsed starting at https://web.archive.org/web/20190619221951/http://www.stoa.org/projects/ph/home.

Pompeii, Insula of the Menander

The On-line Companion to Penelope M. Allison, The Insula of the Menander in Pompeii volume iii (August 2008) is hosted on a server at the University of Leicester: https://www.le.ac.uk/archaeology/menander/.
Ross Scaife added the Stoa Image Gallery to the Stoa site in 2004 or 2005 using the now-defunct open-source "Gallery" software package. A number of collaborators were given access to make changes and additions to the gallery through its web interface. Most activity on the site seems to have ended in 2006 or 2007; however, some users have continued to make minor changes through 2019. As of July 2019, the gallery hosted 12,639 images in 17 top-level albums. Gallery software could not be migrated to the new server in summer 2019, so the image gallery will be offline until a new hosting strategy can be implemented and the content migrated. In the meantime, Stoa Gallery images can be browsed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine athttps://web.archive.org/web/20190326121223/http://www.stoa.org/gallery/albums.php?set_albumListPage=1.

Suda On Line

Suda On Line: Byzantine Lexicography began in 1998 and achieved its initial goal in 2013: an open, peer-reviewed English translation of all 31,000+ entries in the 10th century Byzantine encyclopedia known as the Suda. This ground-breaking, collaborative digital project continues today, with the continual update and improvement of the translations and other related research tasks. It is currently hosted on a server operated by the department of Computer Science at the University of Kentucky while a more permanent new home is sought.

Suetonius: Electronic Texts and Resources

In the late 1990s, Laura Gibbs curated a page on the Stoa devoted to information about online texts of Suetonius: http://www.stoa.org/suetonius/. Updates seem to have stopped around 2000.

Trajan’s Column

In 1999, the McMaster Column of Trajan Project produced an on-line presentation of the Column of Trajan. At least two copies were put online. One was at McMaster University. It can be accessed at https://sws.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/, although some images and pages (notably, the credits page) are now missing. Another copy was put online at the Stoa. The Stoa version is offline as of summer 2019, as the new Stoa server cannot host the database-driven portion of the site; however, the Internet Archive Wayback Machine's copy of the Stoa mirror (which seems to include most or all of the missing pages and images) may still be browsed via https://web.archive.org/web/20190703121009/http://www.stoa.org/trajan/. The original McMaster version is also backed up in the Internet Archive Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20190708192356/https://sws.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/.

July 11, 2019

Pleiades

Aqua Antoniniana

The Aqua Antoniniana was a branch of the Aqua Marcia that carried water to the Baths of Caracalla.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Access Journal: Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)

 [First posted in AWOL 2 November 2011. Updated 11 Jul 2019]

Egyptian journal of archaeological & restoration studies (EJARS)
National ISSN: 18178/2010
International ISSN: 2090-4932
Online ISSN: 2090-4940
The Egyptian Journal of Archaeological and Restoration Studies (EJARS) is an International Journal issued by Center of Archaeological and Conservation Studies and Research (ACSRC) - Sohag University. 

The international journal EJARS Encourage international discussion on several fields such as archaeological problems, Conservation science, coupling between archaeology, archaeometry and management of Conservation projects.

It focuses on the Arabian, African and Mediterranean regions and presents an international forum of research, innovations, discoveries, applications and meetings concerning the modern approaches to the study of human past. Also, the journal focuses on a specific new methodology in archaeological and restoration fields

Volume 9 Issue 1(Current)

It is our owner to introduce the 9th volume - issue (1) of EJARS. This volume comprises 9 articles in restoration and archaeological fields. 5 in the Restoration field, 2 articles in Egyptology & 2 in Islamic Archaeology.
A THE DOCUMENTATION AND TREATMENT OF A COPTIC CHILD'S TUNIC IN EGYPT. (1 - 11)
Download PDF
Amin, E.

DETERIORATION MECHANISMS AFFECTING THE BRICKS USED IN THE BUILDING OF THE WATER WELLS AT KARNAK TEMPLES, LUXOR, EGYPT. (13 - 25)
Download PDF
El-Badry, A.

MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF ANCIENT TEXTILES HOUSED IN THE EGYPTIAN TEXTILE MUSEUM AND METHODS OF ITS CONTROL. (27 - 37)
Download PDF
Omar, A., Taha, A.& El-Wekeel, F.

CONSERVATION OF THE FLOWERS CANVAS PAINTING (1) AT THE EGYPTIAN AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM. (39 - 51)
Download PDF
Elsayed, Y.

OBSERVATIONS ON INSECTS' BEHAVIOR IN ATTACKING WOOD (53 - 60)
Download PDF
Hamed, S.

SOME NEW EVIDENCE FOR THE KHOIAK FEAST AT THEBES. (61 - 68)
Download PDF
Abou Zaid, O.

TTHE MEANING OF THE WORD ins THROUGH ANCIENT EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. (69 - 78)
Download PDF
Eltoukhy, M.

MOSQUE OF OTHMAN IBN OGELBEK IN ALEPPO: AN ARCHITECTURAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY. (79 - 95)
Download PDF
Abd al-razik, M.
XI’AN DAXUEXI ALLEY MOSQUE: HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL STUDY. (97 - 113)
Download PDF
Hagras, H.

Pleiades

Stuberra

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Stuberra

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus, Korp Version, May 2019

Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus, Korp Version, May 2019

oracc-korp-2019-05

Persistent Identifier of this resource:

http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2019060601

Access location:

  


 

Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus (Oracc) brings together the work of several Assyriological projects to publish online editions of cuneiform texts. The Korp version of Oracc allows extensive searches on the texts and presents the results as a KWIC concordance list. Korp also offers statistical information and comparison of the search results. Downloading the query results is possible as well.

This version of Oracc in Korp contains almost all the data that were available on the Oracc project website in May 2019. The data have been extracted from the JSON files provided by Oracc. The Oracc projects in Korp are:

ADsD: Astronomical Diaries Digital
ARIo: Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions online
blms: Bilinguals in Late Mesopotamian Scholarship
CASPo: Corpus of Akkadian Shuila-Prayers online
CAMS: Corpus of Ancient Mesopotamian Scholarship
CTIJ: Cuneiform Texts Mentioning Israelites, Judeans, and Other Related Groups
DCCLT: Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Lexical Texts
DCCMT: Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Mathematical Texts
eCUT: Electronic Corpus of Urartian Texts
ETCSRI: Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Royal Inscriptions
HBTIN: Hellenistic Babylonia: Texts, Iconography, Names
OBMC: Old Babylonian Model Contracts
RIAo: Royal Inscriptions of Assyria online
RIBo: Royal Inscriptions of Babylonia online
Rīm-Anum: The House of Prisoners
RINAP: Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period
SAAo: State Archives of Assyria Online

Other projects, contains texts from several smaller projects:
-Idrimi: Statue of Idrimi
-akklove: Akkadian Love Literature
-Contributions Amarna
-CKST: Corpus of Kassite Sumerian Texts
-Glass: Corpus of Glass Technological Texts
-LaOCOST: Law and Order: Cuneiform Online Sustainable Tool
-OBTA: Old Babylonian Tabular Accounts
-Suhu: The Inscriptions of Suhu online.

The Languages present in the Corpora are:
Akkadian
Sumerian
Aramaic
Eblaite
Elamite
Hittite
Old Persian
Ugaritic
Urartian

Pleiades

Derriopos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Derriopos

Bryanion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Bryanion

Perseis

Now unlocated, Perseis was a city founded by Philip V of Macedon ca. 168 B.C. that he named for his son, Perseus.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Philosophie antique 10: Philosophie et mathématiques

Philosophie antique 10 | 2010  

Philosophie et mathématiques
couverture PA 10/2010
Informations sur cette image
16 x 24 cm
ISBN 978-2-7574-0179-8
Les mathématiques tiennent une place importante dans la pensée de Platon, tant par la nature de leurs objets que par leur puissance démonstrative. Quel était le degré de développement des mathématiques à son époque ? Quelle a été leur influence sur le type de raisonnement employé en philosophie ? La postérité de Platon a-t-elle donné autant d'importance aux mathématiques ? Les mathématiques ont-elles eu le même privilège épistémologique dans les autres écoles ? Telles sont les questions auxquelles ce numéro propose des réponses.

Pleiades

Alkomena

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Alkomena

Axios (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 A1 Axios fl.

Erigon (river)

The Erigon is the largest tributary of the Axius river in Macedonia.

Terpyllos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 unlocated Terpyllos

Lipaxos

Now unlocated, Lipaxos was a town of Crusis in Macedonia that is mentioned only by Hecataeus and Herodotus.

Lete

Lete was a strategically located city of ancient Macedonia.