Sunday, October 21, 2018

Homer Multitext Announcement

Access to HMT Facsimiles
The Homer Multitext is producing complex data. The complexity is irreducible, since it is our mission to publish digital editions mapped to their manuscript folios, with Iliadic texts associated with commentaries.

This complex data is published as a single CEX file, a plain-text serialization of the current state of the HMT. That data is also exposed via a web service, and an integrated web-application. For more straightforward access, we have published a facsimile view of the data.

This post is to announce the Homer Multitext Facsimile Index application, allowing users to access HMT data based on Iliadic citations, e.g. 2.100 (individual passages), or 2.1-2.10 (ranges os passages).

Friday, October 19, 2018

Open Access Journal: Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche

 [First posted in AWOL 27 July 1017, updated 19 October 2018]

Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche
ISSN: 2532-1110 [Online]
ISSN: 2532-3563 [Print]
Testata della pagina 
Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche (CaSteR) è la rivista internazionale, accademica, peer-reviewed e Open Access, della Società Scientifica Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Cartagine (SAIC).

Ambito e orizzonte culturale

L'ambito culturale della rivista è quello delle scienze storiche, archeologiche e dell’antichità, della storia dell’arte, della conservazione, della valorizzazione e del restauro dei beni culturali. L'ambito cronologico di riferimento va dalla preistoria fino al periodo fatimide (XII sec.) mentre dal punto di vista geografico l'area di elezione è quella dell'Africa del Nord (in particolare Tunisia e paesi del Maghreb) intesa sia come spazio geografico fisico che come termine culturale di raffronto per studi che trattino di aspetti comuni ad altre aree e di rapporti di interscambio culturale e materiale. Particolare attenzione verrà inoltre riservata agli studi che tratteranno di aspetti collegati alla musealizzazione, al restauro dei monumenti, alle tematiche collegate alla valorizzazione dei giacimenti culturali materiali e immateriali.

Scopo

La rivista si propone di incoraggiare, negli ambiti sopra identificati, la ricerca interdisciplinare sull'area nord Africana ed in particolare in Tunisia proponendosi come un contenitore di scambio e confronto non solo tra i componenti della comunità accademica degli specialisti di settore ma, superando i confini nazionali, tra le diverse comunità accademiche e la società civile.

Tipo di documenti editi

I contenuti della rivista saranno principalmente testi a stampa corredati da immagini fotografiche, disegni in vari formati (raster e vettoriali), filmati video e file contenenti dati testuali. Potranno essere inoltre sottoposti alla valutazione di CaSteR per l'edizione anche lavori multimediali purché rigorosamente a carattere scientifico e di ambito cronologico, geografico e culturale assolutamente coerente con le linee editoriali sopra esposte.

2016

V. 1 (2016)

Althiburos, Tunisia. Teatro romano (foto Gilberto Montali).

2017

V. 2 (2017)

Ellès, Tunisia (foto Anna Depalmas).

2018

V. 3 (2018)

Thignica, Ain Tounga, Tunisia (foto Simone Ligas).
Pubblicazione in corso

Sommario

Saggi e studi

Yann Le Bohec
Babette Bechtold
PDF
Jean-Pierre Laporte
Arbia Hilali

Schede e materiali

Piero Bartoloni
PDF
Piero Bartoloni
PDF
Samir Guizani
Hamden Ben Romdhane, Monia Adili, Anis Mkacher

Recensioni

Savino di Lernia
Mohamed-Arbi Nsiri
Elena Caliri
PDF

Open Access Journal: Trivium:: revue franco-allemande de sciences humaines et sociales

Trivium: revue franco-allemande de sciences humaines et sociales

ISSN électronique:1963-1820
Éditée par les Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme avec le concours de partenaires allemands et français, la revue électronique Trivium publie des traductions d'articles. Elle se conçoit comme un instrument d’échanges, de coopération entre les communautés de recherche francophone et germanophone et de communication en sciences sociales et humaines.

Die mit Unterstützung deutscher und französischer Partner von den Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme herausgegebene Online-Zeitschrift Trivium veröffentlicht Übersetzungen aus Fachzeitschriften. Sie versteht sich als Medium des Austauschs und der Kooperation zwischen deutsch- und französischsprachigen Forschungsgemeinschaften in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften.
All issues of Trivium are thematic. The following are volumes relating to Antiquity

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

Mémoires et thèses effectués au CEDOPAL

 [First posted in AWOL 7 November 2013, updated 19 October 2018]

Mémoires et thèses effectués au CEDOPAL
    • Pauline Grégoire, « Entre alimentation, hygiène et médecine: le vocabulaire de l’administration des simples dans le livre IX des Recherches sur les plantes de Théophraste », Mémoire de licence, Université de Liège, année académique 2008-2009 (Texte complet)
    • Anne-Lise Vincent, « Edition, traduction et commentaire des fragments grecs du Kosmètikon attribué à Cléopâtre », Mémoire de maîtrise, Université de Liège, année académique 2010-2011 (Texte complet)
    • Marc Vanberg, « L’Iliade d’Hawara », Mémoire de licence, Université de Liège, année académique 1987-1988 (Texte complet), avec transcription (Texte complet)

      Open Access Book: We Were All in Adam: The Unity of Mankind in Adam in the Teaching of the Church Fathers

      We Were All in Adam: The Unity of Mankind in Adam in the Teaching of the Church Fathers 
      Przyszychowska, Marta

      Overview

      Aims and Scope

      Contrary to a common conviction, original sin is one of the fundamental Patristic issues, because it is the starting point of Patristic anthropology and sets the stage for the need for salvation.
      The Church Fathers before Augustine did not used the term "original sin", but described its reality, having the greatest possible feeling for the mystical unity of mankind with its first ancestor. As regards the issue of the unity of human nature in Adam, the East and the West speak with one voice, which is first to be found in Irenaeus’ works.

      Details

      Approx. 150 pages

      Language:
      English
      Type of Publication:
      Monograph
      Keyword(s):
      Original Sin, Fathers of the Church, Patristics

      MARC record

      MARC record for eBook

      More ...

      Marta Przyszychowska holds Ph.D in Theology and M.A in Classical Philology and History.

      New in Antichista


      18 Mag 2018
      Enrico Marcato
      This book offers a comprehensive linguistic evaluation of the 376 personal names attested in the roughly 600 Aramaic inscriptions of Hatra, the famous Northern Mesopotamian ...
       

      4 Lug 2018
      Chiara Spinazzi-Lucchesi
      This book reviews certain of the most important archaeological finds of textile tools, in order to draw a picture of the spinning and weaving technologies ...

      Thursday, October 18, 2018

      New In ANEM: Archaeology and History of Eighth-Century Judah

      Archaeology and History of Eighth-Century Judah
      Zev I. Farber (Editor), Jacob L. Wright (Editor)



      ISBN 9781628372335

      Status Forthcoming


      Price: $79.95


      Binding Paperback


      Publication Date November 2018


      Pages 610



      Essays from an international group of experts
      Essays from an international group of experts on the ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible honor Oded Borowski’s pioneering work in the archaeology and history of ancient Israel and Judah. Contributors approach the question of what we know of eighth-century Judah from multiple angles, including a survey of Judah’s neighbors, the land of Judah and its cities, daily life and material culture, religious beliefs and practices, and early forms of what are now biblical texts. Contributors include Rami Arav, Shawn Zelig Aster, Assaf Avraham, Jeffrey A. Blakely, Sandra Blakely, Elizabeth Bloch-Smith, Efrat Bocher, Erin Darby, Jennie Ebeling, Zev I. Farber, Avraham Faust, Daniel E. Fleming, Yuval Gadot, Kristine Garroway, Seymour Gitin, James W. Hardin, Gilad Itach, Hayah Katz, Reinhard G. Kratz, Joel M. LeMon, Shani Libi, Oded Lipschits, Donald Redford, Christopher Rollston, Bruce Routledge, Yair Sapir, Konrad Schmid, Cynthia Shafer-Elliott, Brent A. Strawn, Andy Vaughn, Jacob L. Wright, and K. Lawson Younger Jr.
      Features:
      • Emphasis on the influence of Assyria in Judah’s political, religious, and material cultures
      • Multiple models for the early stages of biblical writing and composition
      • Updated information on pottery typologies
      Zev I. Farber is editor of TheTorah.com for Project TABS (Torah and Biblical Scholarship). He is the author of Images of Joshua in the Bible and Their Reception (de Gruyter).
      Jacob L. Wright is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible at Emory University. He is the author of David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge University Press).
      View the hardcover edition of this title.
      This is Ancient Near East Monographs 23. Download a printable standing order sheet to see other available volumes in the series and to give to your librarian to set up a standing order.