Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Ancient World in JSTOR

This is the full list of journals in JSTOR with substantial focus on the Ancient World.

[Originally posted 6/24/09. Most recently updated 2 September 2014]

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218 titles

      OmnesViae: Roman Routeplanner: a reconstruction of an antique Roman map with internet technology

      OmnesViae: Roman Routeplanner: a reconstruction of an antique Roman map with internet technology
      OmnesViae.org is an initiative by René Voorburg. It is born out of a fascination for the culture of the ancient Romans. OmnesViae wouldn't have been possible without Richard Talbert's research work on the Tabula Peutingeriana.
      Between March and September 2011, I've spent hundreds of hours of scarce spare time creating OmnesViae. Therefor I would like to thank my wife Mariet above all for her patience with my obsessive zeal.
      OmnesViae is not just the work of one person. The website http://www.tabula-peutingeriana.de/ by Martin Weber proved to be a useful reference and a handy source for current day place names. The geolocations in OmnesViae are for a large part obtained from the Pleiades initiative. Many people gave me feedback or helped me with translations. I particularly would like to thank Maria Tzaneti, Marlene Sturm, Tim Koster, Martin Weber, Hans de Bode, Ben Mugnier, Eric Rulier, Wouter Kool, Aad Oliehoek and Claude Chauviere.

      Rights

      I don't claim ownership of any underlying data, not even for the parts that are the fruit of my own research work. I kindly ask the creators of derived works to make the data behind those works also freely available. When using data or output from OmnesViae, please create a link or reference to this work. Please let me know when you use OmnesViae in your publications or derived works.

      Participate

      You can help to improve OmnesViae!
      • Not all places have a geolocation yet. The route network of the Peutingeriana can offer a great help in finding candidates for the locations of currently un-alocated places. Let me know if you have aquired evidence for a missing location. When adding new locations I aim to cooperate with the Pleiades initiative.
      • Routes sometimes follow strange curves or even cross themselves. The cause for this might be (copying?) errors in the Tabula Peutingeriana itself (this seems to be the case near 'Catispi') but incorrect geolocations could also be a cause. Substantiated suggestions for the better gelocations for given places are very welcome. I aim to cooperate in this with the Pleiades initiative.
      • In reality, a planned route is not always the shortest possible route. This is caused by missing distance figures on the Peutingeriana. My aim is to solve this by adding reconstructed distances when required. Please let me know if you have suggestions for connections where the lack of a distance figure leads to suboptimal routes.
      • I think it would be great to have OmnesViae available in each language spoken in the countries that were part of the Roman empire. If you are willing to help, please let me know and I'll be happy to send you some instructions.

      Open Access Journal: Erga-Logoi: Rivista di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità

      Erga-Logoi: Rivista di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità
      Online ISSN: 2282-3212
      Print ISSN: 2280-9678
      http://www.ledonline.it/Erga-Logoi/immagini/Erga-Logoi-title.jpg
      Erga-Logoi è una rivista, soggetta a peer-review, di storia, letteratura, diritto e culture dell'antichità; un concetto, quest'ultimo, da intendere in senso ampio sul piano dell'estensione geografica e cronologica. Il titolo è stato scelto per sottolineare, evocando il proemio metodologico di Tucidide - benché la contrapposizione abbia ovviamente, in quel contesto, valore diverso -, l'intento di guardare al mondo antico prestando attenzione sia al "fatto" (gli eventi storici, la produzione artistica, la cultura materiale), sia al "detto" (il discorso poetico, letterario, storico, normativo nella sua forma orale e scritta). 

      Di conseguenza, la Rivista propone con convinzione un approccio unitario al mondo antico, respingendo prospettive settoriali in favore di un'impostazione fortemente interdisciplinare: l'unica che può consentire un'adeguata comprensione della civiltà complessa e articolata, sul piano cronologico, geografico e soprattutto contenutistico, che il mondo antico ha espresso.
      La Rivista, che esce con cadenza semestrale, è dunque aperta a contributi di carattere storico, filologico, letterario, archeologico, artistico, giuridico; ha carattere multilingue e intende con ciò contribuire allo sviluppo di un dibattito internazionale sul mondo antico e sulla sua eredità.

      Erga-Logoi is a peer-reviewed journal of ancient history, literature, law and culture, as broadly conceived in geographical and chronological terms. Evoking Thucydides' methodological exordium (although in that context the opposition obviously has a different value), the name of the Journal was chosen to reflect its intention of looking at the ancient world paying attention to both “facts” (historical events, artistic production, material culture) and “words” (literary, historical, legal production in its oral and written forms).
      On these bases, the Journal embraces a unified approach to the ancient world, rejecting sectional perspectives for an interdisciplinary focus, reflecting these complex articulated civilizations. 

      The Journal, published every six months, is open to contributions of a historical, philological, literary, archaeological, artistic, and legal nature. It is multilingual, thereby aiming to foster the development of international debate on the ancient world and its legacy.

      Vol 2, No 1 (2014)

      Table of Contents

      Fine dell'impero romano ed escatologia PDF
      Giuseppe Zecchini 7-19
      «Attica in Syria». Persian War Reenactments and Reassessments of the Greek-Asian Relationship: a Literary Point of View PDF
      Silvia Barbantani 21-91
      Una clausola maniliana in Prudenzio (C. Symm. I 279) PDF
      Silvia Arrigoni 93-102
      Villae e bolli inediti su lateres nel comprensorio del Lago di Bracciano PDF
      Giuseppe Cordiano, Antonietta Barricelli, Elena Insolera, Alessandra Lazzeretti, Stefania Russo, Diletta Tesei 103-154
      Cadmo di Mileto, primo storico dell’Occidente: i dati biografici PDF
      Federica Fontana 155-180

      Vol 1, No 2 (2013)

      Table of Contents

      Des eunuques dans la tragédie grecque. L’orientalisme antique à l’épreuve des textes PDF
      Dominique Lenfant 7-30
      Le ambiguità di un reliquiario. Il «braccio di s. Ermolao» nella pieve di Calci (Pisa) PDF
      Francesco D'Aiuto 31-72
      L’octroi de la citoyenneté romaine aux Latins: un anachronisme de Cassius Dion PDF
      Gianpaolo Urso 73-83
      Sondaggi sulla presenza di Pitagora negli scritti ciceroniani: le sezioni frammentarie del “de re publica” e il “de legibus” PDF
      Andrea Balbo 85-103
      I Greci e l'aborto fra teoria politica e prassi medica. Per una rilettura di Platone, Aristotele e Ippocrate PDF
      Rita Laura Loddo

      Vol 1, No 1 (2013)

      Table of Contents

      Sophokles’ Lucky Day: Antigone PDF
      Robert Wallace 7-22
      Zonaras abréviateur de Cassius Dion. À la recherche de la préface perdue de l’Histoire romaine PDF
      Valérie Fromentin 23-39
      Persio e il suicidio di Catone. Sulle tracce di un esercizio scolastico antico (Pers. III 44-47) PDF
      Luigi Pirovano 41-60
      Démosthène, Sur la couronne, 296 et le vocabulaire grec de la mutilation corporelle PDF
      Yannick Muller 61-86
      La strutturazione del potere seleucidico in Anatolia: il caso di Acheo il Vecchio e Alessandro di Sardi PDF
      Monica D'Agostini 87-106

      Excellence: Tyrtaeus’ own View. A Literary Analysis of Fragment 9 PDF
      Carmen Sánchez-Mañas

      Open Access Journal: Journal des Savants

       [First posted in AWOL 23 February 2011. Updated 2 September 2014]

      Journal des Savants
      eISSN: 1775-383X
      Couverture de la revue 
      431 Issues
      4598 Articles
      Le Journal des Savants est le plus ancien journal littéraire d'Europe. Fondé en 1665 par Denis de Sallo, conseiller au Parlement de Paris, sous le regard bienveillant de Colbert, il bénéficia du patronage royal en 1701. Supprimé en 1792, il fut rétabli et réorganisé en 1816 : jusqu’en 1900, il fut édité aux frais de l’État par un bureau présidé par le Garde des Sceaux, puis le ministre de l’Instruction publique et réserva ses colonnes aux membres de l’Institut. Voué de nouveau à disparaître pour des raisons de restrictions budgétaires, c’est tout naturellement que l'Institut de France, qui avait pris à sa charge les frais d’impression pour les années 1901 et 1902, se substitua à l’État. Néanmoins, ne pouvant consacrer de manière continue des fonds nécessaires à la publication du Journal des Savants, l’Institut de France proposa à l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres d’en accepter la charge, qu’elle assura à partir de 1909 grâce à des crédits prélevés sur la Fondation Dourlans. A la charge exclusive de l’Académie depuis cette période, le Journal des Savants accueille des articles originaux marquant des avancées significatives dans les disciplines relevant de sa compétence, tant en raison de leurs résultats que pour l’aspect nouveau de leur méthode.

      Available periods  :

      1940-1949

      1950-1959

      1980-1989

      1990-1999

      2000-2009