Friday, September 21, 2018

Open Access to Athenian Agora Excavation Data

 [First posted in AWOL 27 May 2012, updated 21 September 2018]

Agora Excavations
Research
Excavations in the Athenian Agora are formally published through the Athenian Agora monograph series and articles in Hesperia, the journal of the American School. A number of digital resources are also made available free-of-charge for teaching and research purposes.
With the support of the Packard Humanities Institute (PHI) the Athenian Agora Excavations have been involved over the last decade in an ambitious program of digitizing older materials and experimenting with the use of new technology to record continuing excavations.
For general information about the Athenian Agora excavations, including contact information and a history of the excavations, please visit http://agathe.gr.
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Beta maṣāḥǝft: Manuscripts of Ethiopia and Eritrea

Beta maṣāḥǝft: Manuscripts of Ethiopia and Eritrea
Manuscripts in Ethiopia and Eritrea are for the most part still preserved by church parishes, scattered all over the highlands, often in places difficult to reach. There is no reliable figure for the total number of surviving Ethiopic manuscripts, the numbers are likely in hundreds of thousands: there are between 13,000 and 34,000 active parishes in Ethiopia and Eritrea, each in the possession of at least several manuscripts, with biggest collections counting several hundred codices (e.g. c. 570 manuscripts are preserved at Dabra Bizan, and 220 (and formerly up to 800) in Gunda Gundē). While the assumed numbers are very high, the number of historical – most valuable for researchers – manuscripts is diminishing at a quick pace as they are gradually substituted by more recent ones. Field research confirms that over 90% of each manuscript collection is composed of manuscripts dating from the nineteenth and twentieth century. This does not diminish, or rather, on the contrary, this underlines the necessity to record what has survived until today. Older manuscripts, often in bad state of preservation, disintegrated and/or incomplete, are frequently not assigned the value they deserve.


Corpus dei Manoscritti Copti Letterari: Free online Publications

Corpus dei Manoscritti Copti Letterari: Free online Publications 

Clavis Patrum Copticorum
(List of the Coptic Literature)




Books

  • Tito Orlandi, Encomium in Raphaelem archangelum (Relatio Theophili), ed. 2018 (download pdf).
  • Tito Orlandi, Coptic Texts Relating to the Church Canons. An Overview, ed. 2016 (download pdf).
  • Tito Orlandi, Coptic Texts Relating to the Virgin Mary. An Overview, ed. 2008 (download pdf).
  • Davide Righi, Severiano di Gabala In Apostolos cc0331 = cpg4281. Introduzione, testo copto, testi arabi, traduzione, ed. 2004. Vol. 1 (download pdf); Vol. 2 (download pdf).
  • Omelia De anima et corpore, cc0223 = cpg2004 (ed. Tito Orlandi, 2003) Introduzione, testo copto, traduzione (download pdf).
  • Tito Orlandi, Paolo di Tamma, Opere, Roma CIM, 1988 (download pdf).
  • Tito Orlandi, Shenute, Contra Origenistas, Roma CIM, 1985 (download pdf).
  • Eudoxia and the Holy Sepulchre. A Constantinian Legend in Coptic. Edited by Tito Orlandi. Introduction and Translation by Birger A. Pearson. Historical Study by Harold A. Drake. Milano, 1980 (download pdf).
  • Ps. Cirillo di Gerusalemme, Omelie copte sulla Passione, sulla Croce, e sulla Vergine. Edizione con introduzione e traduzione di Antonella Campagnano, Milano, 1980 (download pdf).
  • Tito Orlandi, Il dossier copto del martire Psote. Testi copti con introduzione e traduzione, Milano, 1978 (download pdf).
  • Quattro omelie copte. Vita di Giovanni Crisostomo, Encomi dei 24 Vegliardi, Encomio di Michele arcangelo di Eustazio di Tracia. Edizione, traduzione e commento a cura di Antonella Campagnano, Antonella Maresca, Tito Orlandi, Milano, 1977 (download pdf).

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online, 19 September 2018

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online. There are 282 volumes of this series now online open access.
Böhler, Dieter (1997). Die heilige Stadt in Esdras α und Esra-Nehemia: Zwei Konzeptionen der Wiederherstellung Israels. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

 

Open Access Journal: Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale

[First posted in AWOL 24 June 2015, updated 21 September 2018]

Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale
ISSN: 2385-3042
Attiva da oltre quarant'anni con periodicità annuale, la rivista è espressione del Dipartimento di Studi sull'Asia e sull'Africa Mediterranea dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia. Dal respiro internazionale, essa ospita contributi di orientalistica di qualificati studiosi italiani e stranieri. I temi della ricerca, spesso trasversali alle diverse aree geografiche e culturali, si possono raggruppare in quattro ambiti principali: 1. Studi linguistici, filologici e letterari; 2. Religioni e filosofie; 3. Archeologia e conservazione dei beni culturali, arti figurative e performative; 4. Storia, istituzioni, economia, società, politica e relazioni internazionali. Da sempre attenta agli sviluppi delle discipline orientalistiche e al loro futuro, la rivista ospita altresì i lavori di giovani studiosi quali dottorandi e dottori di ricerca. La pubblicazione di supplementi monografici è volta all'ulteriore approfondimento dei molteplici campi d'indagine.

54 | 2018
25 Jun 2018
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20 Jun 2017
53 | 2017

Issue cover

30 Jun 2016
52 | 2016


Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale - 06.2015

51 | 2015


Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale - 12.2014

50 | 2014

Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale - 12.2014

50 | Supplemento | 2014

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Open Access Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums

 [First posted in AWOL 1 January 2014, updated (adding: Monika Hasitzka, Helmut Satzinger, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.Indices zu den Heften 1-22. Corrigenda zu den Heften 5-16, Berlin, 1988 = Urk IV Indices - 119 pp) 20 September 2018)

Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums
Michael Tilgner's list of the known digital versions of the volumes of Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums, compiled for the Egyptologists' Electronic Forum (EEF) has appeared in a new revised version, December 26, 2013.
* Urk. I.1-4: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden des Alten Reichs. Abteilung I, Band I, Heft 1-4. 
2nd rev. ed., Leipzig, 1932-1933. - pdf-file (10.8 MB)
[The first 2 fascicles, pp. 1-152, are scanned from the 1st ed, Leipzig, 1903]
Urk. I, 1-308 [PDF] (ETANA)
-- Also partly available:
Urk. I.1-2 [so without fascicles 3-4] , 2nd rev. ed. (Leipzig, 1932) - pdf-file (8 MB)
Urk. I, 1-152 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. II.1-3: Kurt Sethe, Hieroglyphische Urkunden der griechisch-römischen 
Zeit. Band II [read: *Abteilung II, *Band I], Heft 1-3. Leipzig, 1904-1916. 
Urk. II.1: Leipzig, 1904. - pdf-file (1.7 MB)
Urk. II, 1-80 [PDF] (ETANA)
Urk. II.2: Leipzig, 1904. - pdf-file (6 MB)
Urk. II, 81-158 [PDF] (ETANA)
Urk. II.1-2 [so without fascicle 3]:  pdf-file (8.3 MB)
Urk. II, 1-158 (Internet Archive)
Alternatively: pdf-file (12.1 MB)
Urk. II, 1-158 (Internet Archive)
Urk. II.1-3 [so incl. fascicle 3]: Leipzig, 1904-1916 - pdf-file (3.3 MB)
Urk. II, 1-230 (YUL Digital Books)
 
* Urk. III.1-2: Heinrich Schäfer, Urkunden der älteren Äthiopenkönige.
Band III [read: *Abteilung III, *Band I], Heft 1-2. Leipzig, 1905-1908. - pdf-file (2.6 MB)
Urk. III, 1-152 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: pdf-file (7.1 MB)
Urk. III, 1-152 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.1-4: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band I, Heft 1-4: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1906. - pdf-file (6.6 MB)
[fascicle 1 is scanned from the 2nd rev. ed., Leipzig, 1927]
Urk. IV, 1-314 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively:  pdf-file (183.6 MB)
Urk. IV, 1-314 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 1-314 (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (14.3 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 1-314 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.5-8: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band II, Heft 5-8: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1906. - pdf-file (6.6 MB)
Urk. IV, 315-624 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively:  pdf-file (170 MB)
Urk. IV, 315-624 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 315-624  (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (16.2 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 315-624  (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.9-12: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band III, Heft 9-12: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1907. - pdf-file (7.1 MB)
Urk. IV, 625-936 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively:
Urk. IV, 625-936  (Internet Archive)
pdf-file (18.5 MB) [PDF]: Urk. IV, 625-936  (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.13-16: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Band IV, Heft 13-16: Historisch-biographische Urkunden. Leipzig, 1909. - pdf-file (6.5 MB)
Urk. IV, 937-1226 [PDF] (ETANA)
 
* Urk. IV.17: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 17: Biographische Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Thutmosis' III. und 
Amenophis' II.. Berlin, 1955. - 
-- fascicle 17, i.e. Urk. IV, 1227-1368, not yet online
 
* Urk. IV.18: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 18: Biographische Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Thutmosis' III.
und Amenophis' II.. Berlin, 1956. 
-- fascicle 18, i.e. Urk. IV, 1369-1539, not online seperately
-- fascicles 18 & 19 bound together in one pdf-file (13 MB):
Urk. IV, 1369-1645 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.19: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 19: Historische Inschriften Thutmosis' IV. und biographische Inschriften
seiner Zeitgenossen. Berlin, 1957. 
-- fascicle 19, i.e. Urk. IV, 1539a-1645, not online seperately
-- fascicles 18 & 19 bound together in one pdf-file (13 MB)
Urk. IV, 1369-1645 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.20: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 20: Historische Inschriften Amenophis' III.. Berlin, 1957. 
-- fascicle 20, i.e. Urk. IV, 1646-1775, not online seperately
-- fascicles 20 & 21 bound together in one pdf-file (15 MB)
Urk. IV, 1646-1954 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.21: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 21: Inschriften von Zeitgenossen Amenophis' III.. Berlin, 1958.  
-- fascicles 21, i.e.  Urk. IV, 1776-1954, not online seperately
-- fascicles 20 & 21 bound together in one pdf-file (15 MB)
Urk. IV, 1646-1954 (Internet Archive)
 
* Urk. IV.22: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. Abteilung IV,
Heft 22: Inschriften der Könige von Amenophis III. bis Haremhab und 
ihrer Zeitgenossen. Berlin, 1958. 
-- fascicle 22, i.e. Urk. IV, 1955-2179, not yet online
 
* Urk. IV.1-4 [Übersetzung]: Kurt Sethe, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie. 
Abteilung IV, Band I - Deutsch [read: Übersetzung zu den Heften 1-4]. 
Leipzig, 1914. - iv, 142 pp. - pdf-file (4 MB)
URL [PDF] (ETANA)
 
* Urk. IV.5-16 [Übersetzung]: Adelheid Burkhardt, Elke Blumenthal,
Ingeborg Müller, Walter F. Reineke (eds.), Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Übersetzung zu den Heften 5-16, Berlin, 1984. - 509 pp.
not yet online
 
* Urk. IV.17-22 [Übersetzung]: Wolfgang Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie.
Übersetzung zu den Heften 17-22, Berlin, 1961. - 433 pp. - pdf-file (32 MB)
URL (Internet Archive)
[English translation (not online): Barbara Cumming, Egyptian Historical
Records of the Later Eighteenth Dynasty. Translated into English from
the Original Hieroglyphic Text as Published in W. Helck, "Urkunden
der 18. Dynastie", Heft 17-19. With Reference to Professor Helck's
German Translation. fascicle I-III, Warminster, 1982-1984; Benedict
G. Davies, Egyptian Historical Records of the Later Eighteenth Dynasty,
fascicle III-VI. Translated from W. Helck, Urkunden der 18. Dynastie,
Heft 20-22, Warminster, 1992-1995]
 
* Urk. IV.1-22, Indices: Monika Hasitzka, Helmut Satzinger, Urkunden 
der 18. Dynastie. Indices zu den Heften 1-22. Corrigenda zu den 
Heften 5-16, Berlin, 1988 - 119 pp. - pdf-file (72.7 MB)
URL [PDF]
 
* Urk. V.1-3: Hermann Grapow, Religiöse Urkunden. [Abteilung V,
Heft 1-3:] Ausgewählte Texte des Totenbuches, Leipzig, 1915-1917. - 
pdf-file (3.3 MB)
Urk. V, 1-208 [PDF] (ETANA)
 
* Urk. V.1-3 [Übersetzung]: Hermann Grapow, Religiöse Urkunden, [Übersetzung], 
Leipzig, 1915-1917. - 80 pp. - pdf-file (2.3 MB)
URL [PDF] (ETANA)
 
* Urk. VI.1: Siegfried Schott, Urkunden mythologischen Inhalts. Abteilung VI,
Heft 1. Leipzig, 1929. - 72 autographed pp. - pdf-file (1.6 MB)
Urk. VI, 1-72 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: see next VI.2 and VIII.1 below. 
 
* Urk. VI.2: Siegfried Schott, Urkunden mythologischen Inhalts. Abteilung VI,
Heft 2. Leipzig, 1939. - autographed pp. 73-144
Urk. VI.2, i.e. Urk. VI, 73-144, not yet online seperately.
Urk. VI.1 and VI.2 bound together  - pdf-file (58.6 MB): 
Urk. VI, 1-144 (JScholarship/Sheridan Libraries)
 
* Urk. VII.1: Kurt Sethe, Historisch-biographische Urkunden des Mittleren 
Reiches. Abteilung VII, Heft 1. Leipzig, 1935. - pdf-file (1.5 MB)
Urk. VII, 1-66 [PDF] (ETANA)
Alternatively: see VIII.1 below.
-- fasc. 1 was all that was published
 
* Urk. VIII.1: Otto Firchow, Thebanische Tempelinschriften aus
griechisch-römischer Zeit. Abteilung VIII, Heft 1. Berlin, 1957 (aus 
dem Nachlass von Kurt Sethe)
Urk. VIII.1, i.e. Urk. VIII, 1-152, not yet online seperately
Urk. VI.1 , VII.1, and VIII.1 bound together - pdf-file (15.3 MB): 
URL (Internet Archive)
-- fasc. 1 was all that was published


Open Access Journal: Routes de l'Orient: Revue d'Archéologie de l'Orient Ancien

[First posted in AWOL: 23 November 2017, updates with new content 20 September 2018]

Routes de l'Orient: Revue d'Archéologie de l'Orient Ancien
ISSN: 2272-8120
ISSN: 2492-8542
Routes de l'Orient est une association étudiante à but non lucratif ayant pour objectif principal de promouvoir la recherche en archéologie orientale grâce à la participation active d'étudiants et au soutien d'enseignants et de chercheurs. Routes de l'Orient est intéressée par les autres disciplines actrices de la recherche orientale (épigraphiste, anthropologue, historien, numismate, ...). Elle regroupe des étudiants provenant de différentes universités telles que Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris 4 Sorbonne, l'École pratique des hautes études (EPHE), le Museum d'histoire naturelle ou encore l'École du Louvre et tend à s'ouvrir à d'autres universités françaises et étrangères.
Routes de l'Orient is a non profit association rallying students in Oriental archaeology, also interesting in others eastern disciplins (history, anthropology, epigraphy, ...). We are actively working together with the help and support of scholars and senior lecturers to share recent research in our field with the broader public. We currently include undergraduates and postgraduates from various Parisian universities (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris 4 Sorbonne, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), Ecole du Louvre) and hope to extend our membership to other student communities both in France and abroad.
Hors-Série n°3: Actualité archéologique française au Soudan
N° 3 – « Actualité des recherches archéologiques »
Hors-série n° 2 : « Actualité des recherches archéologiques en Arabie »
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N° 2 – « Actualité des recherches archéologiques »
N° 1 – « Actualités de la recherche archéologique » 
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