Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Die Papyri Herkulaneums im Digitalen Zeitalter: Neue Texte durch neue Techniken – eine Kurzeinführung

The Herculaneum Papyri in the Digital Age: New Texts through New Technology – A Brief Introduction
Kilian Fleischer
book: Die Papyri Herkulaneums im Digitalen Zeitalter
Volume 21 in the series Hans-Lietzmann-Vorlesungen

About this book

The Herculaneum Papyri comprise the only surviving library of antiquity. In recent years, innovative technologies and new philological methods have effectively revolutionized research. Characters that were previously invisible are now emerging, and it will soon be possible to unroll complete rolls virtually. This book provides the first German introduction to the Herculaneum papyri and the potential of new imaging methods.

eBook
  • Published: December 20, 2021
  • ISBN: 9783110767711
Paperback
  • Published: December 31, 2021
  • ISBN: 9783110766233

Frontmatter
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I
Vorwort
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Inhalt
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1 Die Herkulanischen Papyri und neue Techniken – eine Kurzeinführung
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2 Der Vesuvausbruch, die Karbonisation der Papyri und der Verlust antiker Literatur
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3 Die Wiederentdeckung Herkulaneums, der Villa und der Papyrusrollen
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4 Das Öffnen der gefundenen Rollen – Bewahrung und Zerstörung
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5 Die Bibliothek Philodems: Inhalt und Bedeutung für die Klassische Philologie
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6 Das Lesen und Abzeichnen der Papyri – Cornici, Löcher, Lagen, Hügel und Disegni
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7 Publikation der Abzeichnungen, Kritische Textausgaben und Officina dei papiri
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8 Die drei großen Meta-Fragen der Herkulanischen Papyrologie
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9 Zur ersten Meta-Frage: Künftige Grabungen in der Villa und neue Papyri
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10 Zur zweiten Meta-Frage: MSI, RTI und HSI – die erste Revolution
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11 Zur dritten Meta-Frage: Virtual unrolling – die zweite Revolution in spe
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12 Wieviel Text enthalten die noch geschlossenen Rollen? Ein Quantifizierungsversuch
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13 Neue editorische Ansätze und digitale tools – die philologische Revolution
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14 Fallstudie I: Der Herkulanische Papyrologe bei der Arbeit
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15 Fallstudie II: Beispiel einer Neurekonstruktion im Index Academicorum
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16 Rückblick und Ausblick – Die Zukunft der Herkulanischen Papyrologie
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Abbildungen
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Bibliographie
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New Open Access Monograph Series: Chronoi: Zeit, Zeitempfinden, Zeitordnungen / Time, Time Awareness, Time Management

Funded by: Einstein Center Chronoi 
Edited by: Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Christoph Markschies and Hermann Parzinger
ISSN: 2701-1453
e-ISSN 2701-1461
series: Chronoi
Chronoi: Time, Time Awareness, Time Management is a book series that presents the work of the Einstein Center Chronoi. The center is dedicated to the investigation of time and time-related subjects such as time awareness, time management, time perception, and temporality from interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives.

 

book: Aber die Zeit fürchtet die Pyramiden
Book Open Access 2022
Volume 4 in this series
book: Time for the Ancients
Book Open Access 2022
Volume 3 in this series
book: Subjektive und objektive Zeit
Book Open Access 2021
Volume 2 in this series

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Reading History in the Roman Empire

Edited by: Mario Baumann and Vasileios Liotsakis 
book: Reading History in the Roman Empire

About this book

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Although the relationship of Greco-Roman historians with their readerships has attracted much scholarly attention, classicists principally focus on individual historians, while there has been no collective work on the matter. The editors of this volume aspire to fill this gap and gather papers which offer an overall view of the Greco-Roman readership and of its interaction with ancient historians. The authors of this book endeavor to define the physiognomy of the audience of history in the Roman Era both by exploring the narrative arrangement of ancient historical prose and by using sources in which Greco-Roman intellectuals address the issue of the readership of history. Ancient historians shaped their accounts taking into consideration their readers’ tastes, and this is evident on many different levels, such as the way a historian fashions his authorial image, addresses his readers, or uses certain compositional strategies to elicit the readers’ affective and cognitive responses to his messages. The papers of this volume analyze these narrative aspects and contextualize them within their socio-political environment in order to reveal the ways ancient readerships interacted with and affected Greco-Roman historical prose.

eBook
  • Published: January 19, 2022
  • ISBN: 9783110764062
Hardcover
  • Published: January 31, 2022
  • ISBN: 9783110763782

  Frontmatter
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Preface
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Contents
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Introduction
Mario Baumann and Vasileios Liotsakis
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Sallust, the lector eruditus and the Purposes of History
Edwin Shaw
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The Audience of Latin Historical Works in the First Century BCE in Light of Geographical Descriptions
Marine Miquel
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Livy, the Reader Involved, and the Audience of Roman Historiography
Dennis Pausch
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From ἐξήγησις to μίμησις: Thucydides’ Readership in the ὑπομνήματα from the Roman Period
Aurélien Pulice
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Historiography in the Margins and the Reader as a Touchstone
Pauline Duchêne
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A History in Letters? The Intersection of Epistolarity and Historiography in Pliny
Ari Zatlin
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Readership and Reading Practices of Ancient History in the Early Roman Empire: Tacitus’ Accessions of Tiberius and Nero as a Case Study in Affective Historiography
George Baroud
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Reading Spaces, Observing Spectators in Tacitus’ Histories
Christoph G. Leidl
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How to Satisfy Everyone: Diverse Readerly Expectations and Multiple Authorial Personae in Arrian’s Anabasis
Vasileios Liotsakis
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Multiple Authors and Puzzled Readers in the Historia Augusta
Adam M. Kemezis
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Index locorum
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Index nominum et rerum
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