Sunday, November 29, 2015

Turkish Archaeological News

Turkish Archaeological News
Turkish Archaeological News aims at providing news about the latest archaeological discoveries in Turkey or related with history of Anatolia. We publish articles describing archaeological sites in Turkey and photos taken during our trips.

The site is published by ASLAN publishing company.

Open Access Journal: CEDRUS: Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırma Dergisi

CEDRUS: Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırma Dergisi
ISSN: 2147-8058
e-ISSN: 2148-1431
Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırması Enstitüsü tarafından hazırlanan Cedrus, Tür­kiye tarihsel coğrafyası perspektifinde Akdeniz Hav­zası’nın kültür-tarih birikimini inceleyen Eskiçağ, Ortaçağ ve Yeni-Yakınçağ tarihi uzmanları için tartışma zemini bulacakları disiplin­lerarası bir süreli yayın olmayı hedeflemektedir. CEDRUS, farklı disiplinlerden gelen bilim insanları arasında diyaloğun geliştirilmesi, var olan bilginin güncellenmesi ve yaygınlaştırıl­ması süreçlerine katkı sağlayacak özgün ve bilim­sel çalışmaları akademi dünyasının ilgisine sun­mayı amaçlar. CEDRUS uluslararası hakemli bir dergi olup yılda bir kez yayımlanır.

The aim of the CEDRUS: The Journal of Mediterranean Civilisations Studies, an interdisciplinary publication, is to offer a forum for discussion to researchers focusing upon the Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern and Modern Periods and for the analysis of the cultural-historical background of the Mediterranean Basin within the extensive perspective of Turkey’s historical geography. CEDRUS aims to bring together original academic studies that can contribute to the process of developing shared perspectives and approaches between scholars from different disciplines and of revising and synthesizing the currently available knowledge for the attention of the academic world. Cedrus is a peer-reviewed journal published each year.

Volume 3

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Sencer ŞAHİN
Cedrus III (2015) VII-XXV. 

Cengiz ÇETİN
Cedrus III (2015) 1-30.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011393

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 51-66.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011394

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 55-73.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011395

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 67-87.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011396

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 89-117.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011397

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 119-128.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011398

Öz & Abstract

Tarkan KAHYA
Cedrus III (2015) 129-139.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011399

Öz & Abstract

Erdoğan ASLAN
Cedrus III (2015) 141-161.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011400

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 163-180.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011401

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 181-229.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011410

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 231-242.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011411

Abstract & Öz

Cedrus III (2015) 243-256.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011402

Öz & Abstract

Hüseyin Sami ÖZTÜRK
Cedrus III (2015) 257-267.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011403

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 269-276.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011404

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 277-310.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011405

Abstract & Öz

Tarana OKTAN – Leyla DERVİŞ
Cedrus III (2015) 311-328.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011406

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 329-336.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011407

Öz & Abstract

Fahrettin TIZLAK
Cedrus III (2015) 337-350.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011412

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 351-364.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011408

Öz & Abstract

Cedrus III (2015) 365-378.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011413

Öz & Abstract


Erkan Kurul
Cedrus III (2015) 379-389.  DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.2015011409


Open Access Journal: ‘Atiqot

 [First posted 10/31/10, most recently updated 29 November 2015]

[Open Access after registration]
'Atiqot is the refereed journal of the Israel Antiquities Authority. It is published four times a year. The contents of the printed version is uploaded to the e-journal website. No changes are made to articles post-publication. The printed journal is available via the IAA website.

For details on how to submit, see our Guide to Contributors.

Range of Topics. ‘Atiqot covers a large chronological span, from prehistory up to the Ottoman period. Excavations are studied from various aspects and disciplines—often the result of the close interaction between researchers of the IAA and outside specialists. Thus, a report should include, in addition to the stratigraphic analysis, comprehensive treatments of the archaeological data, including studies of the various groups of finds, such as ceramics, glass, stone and metal objects, coins, jewelry, textiles, etc., as well as the geological, botanical, faunal and anthropological evidence. Laboratory analyses, such as petrography, radiocarbon dating and metallurgy, should be included where relevant.

The archaeological data published in ‘Atiqot are not confined to a specific range of periods or topics, but to a geographical area—the Land of Israel—which has been influenced by almost every ancient culture that existed in the Levant. The journal thus presents comprehensive research on the region and its connections with the neighboring countries. The publication is devoted to final reports and shorter articles, although occasionally a volume is dedicated to a particular topic (e.g., burial caves, agricultural installations), period (e.g., prehistoric, Islamic) or site (e.g., Acre, Jerusalem).

Excavation Reports. The papers published in ‘Atiqot are primarily the result of salvage excavations conducted by the IAA. Their results are sometimes unexpectedly important, filling in gaps that could not be understood by localized studies of the larger tells. ‘Atiqot is one of the few vehicles for imparting this important data and therefore a primary asset to any scholar in archaeology.

Bilingual Journal. The journal is bilingual, publishing articles in English or Hebrew; all Hebrew reports are accompanied by English summaries keyed to illustrations in the main text.
‘Atiqot 83 ISBN 978-965-406-531-3
  • A Tomb from the Early Bronze Age I and the Intermediate Bronze Age at Azor (Hebrew, pp. 1*–8*; English summary, p. 255)
    Eli Yannai
    Keywords: cemetery, burial goods
  • Two Seasons of Rescue and Exploratory Excavations at Horbat ‘Avot, Upper Galilee (with a contribution by Orit Shamir) (pp. 1–66)
    Eliot Braun
    Keywords: Upper Galilee, Horvat Avot, Iron Age, Neolithic period, Early Bronze Age, Middle Bronze Age burials, Persian period, Wavy-Band pithoi, Galilean pithoi, incisions, potter’s marks, trade, economy, hill country, typology, ethnicity
  • A Pottery Workshop at Ahihud and Its Relationship to the Jar Industry in the Northeastern Zevulun Valley and Western Galilee during the Roman Period (pp. 67–92)
    Dina Avshalom-Gorni and Anastasia Shapiro
    Keywords: Western Galilee, pottery industry, double kiln, technology, typology, wine production, oil production, petrology, economy
  • Roman Burial Caves at I‘billin (with a contribution by Irina Segal) (pp. 93–123)
    Nurit Feig and Shulamit Hadad
    Keywords: Lower Galilee, cemetery, loculi (kokhim), burial goods, ethnicity, kohl analysis, purity laws, Jewish halakha
  • Meron: A Late Roman–Ottoman Settlement (pp. 125–142)
    Howard Smithline
    Keywords: Upper Galilee, Jewish pilgrimage, itineraries of Jewish travelers, Jewish community, Crusader documents, Frankish population, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
    • The Coins from Meron (pp. 143–144)
      Danny Syon
      Keywords: Upper Galilee, numismatics
  • A Georgian Monastery from the Byzantine Period at Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (with a contribution by Jon Seligman and Iulon Gagoshidze) (pp. 145–179)
    Jon Seligman
    Keywords: Jerusalem, coenobium, monastic complex, monks, Bishop Iohane, mosaics, burial, anthropology, population, Christianity, Georgian language, inscription, epigraphy, paleography, stamped tiles
    • Paleographic Study of the Georgian Tombstone from Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 181–184)
      Giorgi Gagoshidze
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Georgian epigraph, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy
    • The Inscription from Khirbat Umm Leisun, and Georgian Presence in the Holy Land (pp. 185–193)
      Tamila Mgaloblishvili
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Georgian epigraphy, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy, monastic life, Peter the Iberian, etymology, Georgian pilgrims, Georgian travelers, Georgian church
    • Bishop Iohane from Khirbat Umm Leisun and the Caucasian Albanian Church (pp. 195–197)
      Yana Tchekhanovets
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Caucasian history, Georgian epigraphy, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy, monastic life, Peter the Iberian, etymology, Georgian church, Armenia, Georgia, Albania
    • Glass Vessels from the Monastery at Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 199–204)
      Natalya Katsnelson
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Byzantine period, Early Islamic period, eulogia, Christian motifs, Christianity
    • The Skeletal Remains from Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 205–208)
      Yossi Nagar
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Byzantine period, anthropology, monastery, population, demography
  • A Late Byzantine Industrial Quarter and Early Islamic-Period Finds at Horbat Be’er Shema‘ (pp. 209–248)
    Tali Erickson-Gini, Benjamin J. Dolinka and Larissa Shilov
    Keywords: ancient sources, Justinian Plague, Islamic conquest, wine production, screw press, numismatics, bronze coins, pottery kiln, economy, church, industry
    • Magnetic Prospecting of Archaeological Targets at Horbat Be’er Shema‘ (pp. 249–253)
      Sonia Itkis
      Keywords: geophysics
Past Issues

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Lehrfilm zum Schreiben von Keilschrift

Lehrfilm zum Schreiben von Keilschrift

Lehrfilm zum Schreiben von Keilschrift

Das Institut für Altorientalistik hat einen kurzen Lehrfilm zum Thema Schreiben von Keilschrift mit dem Titel

"Am Anfang war der Keil -- Schrift und Schreiben im Alten Orient"

produziert, den Sie unter folgenden Weblinks aufrufen können.


Open Access Journal: Klesarstvo i graditeljstvo - Building and Stone-masonry

 [First posted in AWOL 10 February 2010, updated 28 November 2015]

Klesarstvo i graditeljstvo - Building and Stone-masonry
ISSN: 0353-7897
Časopis Klesarstvo i graditeljstvo je zamišljen kao mjesto sučeljavanja i razmjene znanstvenih spoznaja koja zalaze u područje arheologije, povijesti umjetnosti i graditeljstva, povijesti tehničkih znanosti, očuvanja i zaštite kulturne baštine i kulturnog identiteta sredine, arhitekture i urbanizma, tehnologije branja, obrade, ugradbe i zaštite kamena, petrologije, geologije, rudarstva, područja umjetnosti i klesarstva, kiparstva i dizajna u kamenu. Izuzetno je značajna i njegova didaktička vrijednost za najširi krug građana, ljubitelja kamena i klesarskog umijeća, učenika, studenata akademije i postdiplomaca različitih usmjerenja. Časopis je pokrenut kao realizacija ideje izrečene tijekom proslave 80-te obljetnice osnutka Klesarske škole u Pučišćima. Opseg časopisa obuhvaća sva područja koja s bilo koje strane osvjetljavaju tematiku kamena.

Building and Stonemasonry journal is intended as a meeting point for the exchange of scientific knowledge, and the discussion of that knowledge, reaching into areas of archaeology, art history, construction, technical science history, the preservation and protection of the cultural heritage and cultural identity of a certain region, architecture and urbanism, the technology of harvesting, treatment, installation and protection of stone, petrology, geology and mining, as well as the fields of artistry, stone masonry, sculpture, and stone design.

Its didactic value is also extremely relevant for a wide group of people; stone and stonemasonry craft lovers, pupils, academy students and post graduates of various orientations. This journal was launched as an implementation of the idea presented during the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the foundation of the Stonemasonry School in Pučišća, on the island of Brač.

The volume of the journal encompasses all areas, thus illuminating all the various aspects of stone themes.

  Vol. XXV   No. 1-4
  Vol. XXIV   No. 1-2
  Vol. XXIII   No. 1-4
  Vol. XXII   No. 3-4
  Vol. XXII   No. 1-2
  Vol. XXI   No. 3-4
  Vol. XXI   No. 1-2
  Vol. XX   No. 3-4
  Vol. XX   No. 1-2

Papyrus und Ostraka Projekt: Halle, Jena, Leipzig

Papyrus und Ostraka Projekt: Halle, Jena, Leipzig
Das gemeinsame Vorhaben der Papyrussammlungen in Halle, Jena und Leipzig hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, die jeweiligen Papyrus-und seit 2009 auch die Ostrakabestände nach gemeinsam entwickelten Kriterien zu katalogisieren, zu digitalisieren sowie gleichzeitig eine Sicherheitsverfilmung durchzuführen. Die Ergebnisse der Digitalisierung und Katalogisierung werden mit Kurzbeschreibung und Bild über diese Seite sowohl den Spezialisten als auch einer breiteren Öffentlichkeit zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Implementierung erfolgte auf Basis des Open Source Projektes MyCoRe, welches von einer Reihe deutscher Universitäten entwickelt wurde und weiterentwickelt wird.

Achtung, die Präsentation der Papyri befindet sich derzeit im Aufbau bzw. in Erweiterung. In den kommenden Monaten wird die Zahl der eingestellten Papyri stetig weiter steigen. Wir freuen uns, dass nach und nach für ausgewählte Ostraka 3D-Darstellungen angeboten werden können. Diese finden Sie in der Ansicht des Objektes unter 'Digitale Dokumente'. Die Darstellung erfolgt mit WebGL. Ob Ihr Browser diese Funktion bereits unterstützt, können Sie unter überprüfen.

Open Access Monograph Series: Ausgrabungen in Sendschirli

[First posted in AWOL 1 March 2012, updated 28 November 2015]

Ausgrabungen in Sendschirli in AMAR

One of a series of AWOL pages seeking to pull together publication series digitized and served through AMAR: Archive of Mesopotamian Archaeological Site Reports 

See more Series in AMAR