Monday, July 15, 2019

Open Access Journal: Plato Journal

[First posted in AWOL 31 May 2010. Updated 15 July 2019]

Plato Journal
ISSN 2079-7567
e-ISSN: 2183-4105
Plato Journal
The aim of this journal is to promote international dialogue on Plato across different languages and scholarly approaches. The journal has been established by the International Plato Society, founded in 1989. The Society also holds triennial symposia and occasional additional activities and supports regional Plato Societies. It also sponsors the publication of scholarly books on Plato, in collaboration with Academia Verlag, Sankt Augustin. It is open to all Plato scholars world-wide to read this journal, to make responses to the papers (which should be sent to the Editor and are subject to editorial moderation), and, in due course, to submit papers for inclusion in the journal. The languages of the journal are those of the International Plato Society, namely English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

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Rome in Egypt: Roman Temples for Egyptian Gods

 [First posted in AWOL 5 August 2013, updated (links to the most recent interation in the Internet Archive) 15 July, 2019]

Rome in Egypt: Roman Temples for Egyptian Gods
The availability of an updated repertory of the temples built in Egypt by Roman emperors for autochthonous cults is a fundamental tool for every kind of research on Roman Egypt. The Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings, started by Bertha Porter and Rosalind Moss, shows Roman presence on more than 50 sacred buildings from the Nile Delta until the island of Bigeh. Intense and well known was also Roman activity in Nubia.

New subsequent archaeological researches make possible further enlargements of this picture: among many examples, it is sufficient to mention here the recent important discoveries in the oases of the Western Desert.

This site, outcome of a research project funded by the Italian Ministry for University and Research (MIUR) in 2004-2005 and directed by Edda Bresciani, aims to provide:

• A repertory of Roman temples in Egypt, from the Delta to Philae, with the most recently available information. The list of monuments and their bibliography are being continually updated.

• A multimedia research tool to make available, thanks to the Internet flexibility, plans, photographs, drawings, space oriented and navigable maps and links, related to the temples included in this site, wherever it is possible.

• A searching tool allowing to sort the information for geographical sites or for emperors, and to retrieve the bibliography for authors all over the website.

Only additional bibliography, absent in previous editions of the Topographical Bibliography, is given here. Porter-Moss (PM) reference, when existing, is mentioned at the beginning of each temple file.
At the moment, Nubian temples are not included in this site.

Rome in Egypt is an evolving Web resource. It is our hope that it becomes a starting point for future research on the subject. To do it, the cooperation with all the researchers working in the field of Egyptology, archaeology and Roman history is fundamental and we thank in advance all colleagues who will send us any new information and/or material.

Please see the News section of this Web site for periodic updates.

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.
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Fundmünzendatenbank AFE4HD

Fundmünzendatenbank AFE4HD
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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)
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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)
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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


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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

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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.
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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."

Newly Open Access Journal: Miscellanees d'ancient arabe

Miscellanees d'ancient arabe

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