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Monday, March 28, 2011

Talmudic Manuscripts Online

אוצר כתבי יד תלמודיים - Online Treasury of Talmudic Manuscripts
The Jewish National and University Library, David and Fela Shapell Family Digitization Project and the Hebrew University Department of Talmud are happy to present to the public the Online Treasury of Talmudic Manuscripts. This project brings together images of major Talmudic manuscripts from libraries throughout the world.

The manuscripts are indexed to enable access by standard citation (tractate, daf and amud for the Talmud Bavli, and tractate, chapter and mishna for the Mishna).

As the manuscripts are entirely in Hebrew and Aramaic, the navigation tools of this site are in Hebrew.
It is best viewed under Microsoft Windows with Microsoft Explorer version 5 or higher.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

New Book from the Oriental Institute: Slaves and Households in the Near East. Edited by Laura Culbertson

Just Announced:

Slaves and Households in the Near East
Edited by Laura Culbertson

Oriental Institute Seminars 7

The seventh in the Oriental Institute Seminar Series, this volume contains papers that emerged from the seminar "Slaves and Households in the Near East" held at the Oriental Institute March 5-6, 2010. Despite widespread mention of enslaved people in historical records from the ancient, medieval, and early modern Near East, scholars struggle to understand what defines this phenomenon in both particular contexts and in general. The purpose of the seminar was to seek new understandings of slavery through scholarly exchange and exploration of new approaches. In particular, contributors examined slavery in the context of households, an approach that allows scholars to expose different dimensions of the phenomenon beyond basic economic questions. Households, whether domestic units, temples, or the building blocks of political organizations, can be used as the prism through which to view the dynamics among enslaved people and their immediate contacts. The volume contains micro-historical examinations of slavery in contexts spanning almost four millennia.

Table of Contents:

Preface
Introduction
1. Slaves and Households in the Near East. Laura Culbertson, University of Chicago
Section One: Early Mesopotamia
2. Slavery in Private Households toward the End of the Third Millennium B.C. Hans Neumann, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
3. A Life-Course Approach to Household Slaves in the Late Third Millennium B.C. Laura Culbertson, University of Chicago
4. Domestic Female Slaves during the Old Babylonian Period. Andrea Seri, University of Chicago
Section Two: The Islamic Near East
5. Preliminary Remarks on Slaves and Slave Labor in the Third/Ninth Century Abbasid Empire. Matthew S. Gordon, Miami University
6. An Empire of Many Households: The Case of Ottoman Enslavement. Ehud R. Toledano, Tel Aviv University
Section Three: Second and First Millennium Empires
7. Neither Slave nor Truly Free: The Status of the Dependents of Babylonian Temple Households. Kristin Kleber, Freie Universität Berlin
8. Slavery between Judah and Babylon: The Exilic Experience. F. Rachel Magdalene, Universität Leipzig; and Cornelia Wunsch, University of London
9. Household Structure and Population Dynamics in the Middle Babylonian Provincial "Slave" Population. Jonathan S. Tenney, Loyola University New Orleans and University of Copenhagen
Section Four: Response
10. Slaves and Households in the Near East: A Response. Indrani Chatterjee, Rutgers University
  • Oriental Institute Seminars 7
  • Chicago: The Oriental Institute, 2011
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-885923-83-7
  • Pp. viii + 152; 1 figure, 3 tables
  • $24.95

For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:



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Open Access Journal: AGER VELEIAS

AGER VELEIAS: Rassegna di storia, civiltà e tradizione classiche
In più di trent'anni di passione veleiate vissuta nell'Università di Parma all'ombra della cattedra di Storia Romana, Nicola Criniti e i suoi generosi collaboratori del Gruppo di Ricerca Veleiate [GRV] hanno organizzato una ricca "Raccolta Veleiate" di testi a stampa, ben nota a studiosi italiani e stranieri; hanno prodotto una decina di tesi di laurea e quasi un centinaio di saggi, offrendo altresì un efficace e variegato biglietto da visita nei recenti volumi collettanei parmensi "Ager Veleias". Tradizione, società e territorio sull'Appennino Piacentino [2003: ora in rete, www.veleia.it], "Res publica Veleiatium". Veleia, tra passato e futuro [2006: in quinta edizione nel 2009], "Veleiates". Uomini, luoghi e "memoriae" dell'Appennino piacentino-parmense [2007], tutti curati da Nicola Criniti.


Dal 2005 / 2006, obbedendo alle leggi della comunicazione ..., si sono impegnati – grazie anche all'intervento di Luca Lanza e Francesco Bergamaschi prima, di Daniele Fava e di Immagica di Parma poi – nell'apertura e sviluppo del laboratorio informatico multifunzionale e multidisciplinare AGER VELEIAS (www.veleia.it: già Tveleia.unipr.it) Te, al suo interno, dell'omonima rassegna periodica "Ager Veleias", che ormai si è felicemente aperta a tutta la romanità e alla sua fortuna moderna / contemporanea (si veda nel sito l'Indice Generale). Un bel quadro recente ne ha dato Daniele Fava nella sua tesi «VELEIA 1760 – 2010: dal "Grand Tour" a Internet. 250 anni di "peregrinationes" al sito di Veleia, discussa con me a Parma, nell'estate 2010...


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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

New Mailing Lists for the Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication

The Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication Mailing List
An Affiliated Group of the American Philological Association
The Forum brings together people interested in the intersection between classical studies, libraries, and scholarly communication, in order to promote timely exchange of information and ideas. Members also collaborate on projects of mutual concern. As an officially affiliated group of the American Philological Association, the Forum aims to support initiatives of the APA relating to libraries and scholarly communication.
Other documents of the FCLSC are at its website.

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Minoan Archaeology Conference: Live Online: 23-27 March 2011 Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Heidelberg

Minoan Archaeology
Challenges and Perspectives for the 21st Century
International Conference, 23-27 March 2011
Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Heidelberg

SCOPE OF CONFERENCE 
The archaeology of Minoan Crete can now look back on more than 100 years of intensive research in which this field of scientific enquiry has experienced many changes and developments in quite different academic traditions. The turn of the new century which coincided with the completion of 100 years of archaeological research on the island has triggered several retrospective and prospective looks at the objectives, methods, deficits and potentials of our discipline. We would like to take the occasion of the 625th anniversary of the University of Heidelberg as an opportunity for organising an international conference for early career researchers which shall provide an innovative platform for discussing the past, the present and above all the future of Minoan Archaeology.

The main objective of this meeting will be to provide a common basis for future discussion by consenting to the precise meaning of some important theoretical terms and by identifying collective concerns in an attempt to approach new agendas for future research. Young researchers which will represent the main body of the conference participants shall be given the opportunity to present papers and engage themselves in an intellectual dialogue with some of the most distinguished senior colleagues of our discipline who will be invited to attend the conference as keynote speakers. Approaches focusing on comprehensive objectives, grounded on innovative and promising theoretical and methodological concepts shall be presented with the aim to reflect on the scopes of current research and set forth the trajectories for future Minoan Archaeology.
Stream the conference live.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

A Call to Protect Egyptian Antiquities

A Call to Protect Egyptian Antiquities
A Call to Protect Egyptian Antiquities, Cultural Heritage and Tourism Economy

We, the undersigned, strongly urge immediate action to protect Egyptian antiquities, important sites, and cultural heritage. In so doing, significant archaeological artifacts and irreplaceable historic objects will be preserved. Importantly, such protection will help the Egyptian economy in the wake of political revolution. Such an initiative will also help stem illicit international crime organizations that have links to money laundering, human trafficking and the drug trade.


Whereas, Egyptian antiquities and sites are among the most historically significant and important in the world,


Whereas, Egypt has numerous museums and historical sites, some of which are victims of ongoing looting, including recent reports that artifacts originally from Tutankhamen’s tomb have been stolen,


Whereas, more than 50 ancient Egyptian artifacts have been reported stolen from the Cairo Museum alone,


Whereas, UNESCO has called for international mobilization to block cultural artifacts stolen from Egypt,


Whereas, the tourism industry in Egypt is closely tied to cultural expeditions, employs one in eight Egyptians, accounts for some $11 billion in revenue for the Egyptian economy, and is the one of the largest sectors of the Egyptian economy...



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The Digital Gazetteer of the Song Dynasty

The Digital Gazetteer of the Song Dynasty
A digital history project at the University of California, Merced
In 1958, Sinologist Hope Wright published a work entitled An Alphabetical List of Geographical Names in Sung China. Originally published in Paris by the Centre de Recherches Historiques of the École Pratique des Hautes Études, and reprinted as a second-generation photocopy in 1992 by the Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, the Alphabetical List is now out of print.

Wright’s compilation is the most comprehensive print source for Song geography in any language. The Digital Gazetteer of Song Dynasty China (DGSD) is a MySQL database derived primarily from the Alphabetical List.

The Alphabetical List is an index to every jurisdiction in the Song (960-1276) spatial administrative hierarchy named in one or more of the following three Song texts: the Song History (宋史Song shi) Geography Monograph, the 980 Records of the Universal Realm in the Taiping Era (太平寰宇紀Taiping huanyu ji), and the 1085 Treatise on the Nine Territories in the Yuanfeng Reign (元豐九域志Yuanfeng jiuyu zhi).

The Alphabetical List consists of 3,828 headwords, including all Rank One circuits (lu), Rank Two prefectures (fu, zhou, jun, and jian), Rank Three counties (xian) , and Rank Four towns (zhen and cheng), markets (chang) and stockades (zhai) that existed at any time during the Song dynasty, along with centers of state industry (mines, foundries, and commodity markets) located in prefectures, and information about the number of cantons (xiang) in each county, the resident (zhu) and guest (ke) population of each prefecture in 980 and 1085, the civil rank of each prefecture and county, the designation of counties that served as prefecture seats, the military-ceremonial designation, if any, of each prefecture, the latitude-longitude coordinate of each prefecture, and the distance of each county from the seat of its parent prefecture.
We initially developed the DGSD to support Ruth Mostern’s book Dividing the Realm in Order to Govern: The Spatial Organization of the Song State (Harvard Asia Center, March 2011). The book demonstrates how the Song court repeatedly reorganized the structure of counties and prefectures in order to distribute civil and military officials around the empire in accordance with changing priorities. Therefore, the DGSD is designed to identify the events that transformed the political landscape, and to make the histories of often fluid places as accessible as the names of the jurisdictions.

The development of the DGSD was supported in part by the Society for Song-Yuan Studies, the UC Merced Graduate and Research Council, and the UC Merced Center for Research in the Humanities and Arts.

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China Historical GIS

China Historical GIS
The China Historical Geographic Information System, CHGIS, project was launched in January 2001 to establish a database of populated places and historical administrative units for the period of Chinese history between 221 BCE and 1911 CE. CHGIS provides a base GIS platform for researchers to use in spatial analysis, temporal statistical modeling, and representation of selected historical units as digital maps.
The CHGIS project has received major funding from:
and additional assistance from:
The participating institutions have joined together to form CHGIS in order to create a new digital product for free distribution to scholars without restriction. The CHGIS management committee is responsible for the copyright of the published datasets, while each contributing institution retains the rights to further develop their own research materials as they see fit. The result is a no-cost GIS platform for use in teaching, research, and publications.
CHGIS users may obtain the data either by download from designated CHGIS websites, or on CD-ROM. Both the website and CD-ROM provide an account of the project and its development, the current CHGIS datasets, licensing information, and examples of how the data may be used.
There have been three versions of CHGIS data released (2002 - 2005), each successive version replacing the previous one. Further versions will be released until the base coverage of the following provinces has been completed--Anhui, Fujian, Gansu, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Hebei, Henan, Heilongjiang, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Jilin, Liaoning, Ningxia, Shandong, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zhejiang.
The following provinces lie outside the scope of the current project--Neimeng, Qinghai, Xinjiang, and Xizang.
CHGIS Version 1.0, (published in Apr 2002), contained datasets for the year 1820 (Qing Dynasty). Following Version 1.0, the project has been working backwards to create a continuous time series of records that track changes in placename, administrative status, and geography, as well as forwards to create a dataset of 1911 counties. It should be noted that the data for the year 1820 CE is time slice valid for a single year, and is being slowly superceded and replaced by the time series data in subsequent versions. The Version 1.0 CD-ROM was published as a demonstration of the project's scope and objectives, and the 1820 data contained on that CD-ROM should be considered as a place-holder, rather than the fully documented CHGIS time series data released later versions. It should also be noted that Version 3, (published in Apr 2005) replaces Version 2 (published in Sep 2003). 

The main objective of the CHGIS project is to create a flexible tool, in the form of a documented database of places and adminstrative units, which can be used to investigate any sort of geographically specific data related to China. The unique ID numbers for each of the CHGIS temporal instance records can be used as geocodes in relational databases, or to mark up texts, enabling users to import their own datasets into the CHGIS platform. Users will be able to associate their own data with CHGIS records, and then use the CHGIS database to sort, query, and display their data for different historical periods and at different levels of aggregation.


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Chinese Civilization in Time and Space

Chinese Civilization in Time and Space
In response of the demands of interdisciplinary research applications, this system aims to construct an integrated GIS-based application infrastructure within the spatial extent of China, in the timeframe of Chinese history, and with the contents of Chinese civilization. Although target users are primarily scholars, academic experts, and school teachers, it is also our goal to provide general spatial- and temporal-based applications This, we hope, will establish a feedback mechanism of continuously collecting research and application results to fertilize the contents of this system and elaborate the value of information integration.

This system consists of three major components: basic geospatial materials, WebGIS integrated application environment, and thematic information. The fundamental base maps are based on Dr. Tan's "The Historical Atlas of China". "The Historical Atlas of China" provides users with Chinese historical features, covering Chinese history over the past 2000 years, from the ancient time to Qing dynasty. Furthermore, various historical atlas and remote sensing imagery are persistently geo-referenced and overlaid into the system to broaden the spatial and temporal scope.
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Partially Open Access Journal: Asdiwal

ASDIWAL  (partially open)
http://www.asdiwal.ch/img/header_asdiwal.png
ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions est produite et gérée par l'association des étudiants en histoire des religions de l'Université de Genève. Eclectique et ouverte, notre revue donne la parole aussi bien à de jeunes chercheurs qu'à des spécialistes reconnus. Elle demeure sans limite quant aux domaines abordés, tout en plaidant résolument pour une approche historique et anthropologique, un «regard éloigné», ainsi qu'un esprit de liberté et d'humour.
ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions is published and managed by the students in history of religions of the University of Geneva. Eclectic and open-minded, it combines the works of young researchers with those of renowned scholars. Our journal has no limits as to its fields of study, though deliberately pleading for a historical and anthropological approach, an “outsider perspective”, as well as a spirit of humor and liberty.






Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Open Access Journal: Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly statement

Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement
1 (1869) - 40 (1908)
n.b. volumes 136 (2004) - current, are available online, by subscription,  from Maney.

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Open Access Journal: Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology

Vol. 1.1 (1968)

On-line Resource Editorial, "Why?" Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 1-4.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource A.D. Tushingham, "How biblical is biblical archaeology," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 5-8.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Yigael Yadin, "And Dan, why did he remain in ships," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 9-23.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Eugene D. Stockton, "Fortress temple of Shechem and Joshua's covenant," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 24-28.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Albert Storme, "L'église de la circoncision: d'après les fouilles et les études récentes," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 29-40.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource G.R.H. Wright, "Simeon's ancestors: or the skeleton on the column," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 41-49.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William Culican, "Iconography of some Phoenician seals and seal impressions," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 50-103.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.1 (1968): 104-107.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 1.2 (1969)

On-line Resource "Editorial," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 1-2.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource John MacDonald, "Unpublished Palestinian tradition about Muhammed," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 3-12.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource M. Korostovtsev, "Notes on late-Egyptian punctuation," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 13-18. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Adam S van der Woude, "Targum of Job from Qumran cave eleven," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 19-29. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Barbara E. Thiering, "Qumran interpretation of Ezekiel 4:5-6," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 30-34.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William Culican, "Dea Tyria Gravida," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 35-50. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Anson F. Rainey, "The Satrapy "beyond the river"," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 51-78.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource J.B. Hennessy, "Recent Acquisitions," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 79-85.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "Book Review," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 86-90.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 1.3 (1970)

On-line Resource R.S. Merrillees, "Evidence for the bichrome wheel-made ware in Egypt," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.3 (1970): 3-27. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William Culican, "Problems of Phoenicio-Punic iconography: a contribution," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.3 (1970): 28-57. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Eugene D. Stockton, "Stones at worship," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.3 (1970): 58-81. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource G.R.H. Wright, "Heritage of the Stylites," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.3 (1970): 82-107.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.3 (1970): 108-113.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 1.4 (1971)

On-line Resource Alan D. Crown, "Climatic change, ecology and migration," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 3-22. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource A.D. Tushingham, "God in a boat," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 23-28. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Stephen S. Yonick, "Rejection of Saul: a study of sources," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 29-50. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Eugene D. Stockton, "Petra revisited: a review of a Semitic cult complex," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 51-73. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Barbara E. Thiering, "Teacher of righteousness and the Messiah in the Damascus document," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 74-81.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource E. Colin B. MacLaurin, "Beginnings of the Israelite diaspora," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 82-95.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.4 (1971): 96-99..View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 1.5 (1972)

On-line Resource "Preface," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972). View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "E.C.B. MacLaurin and the Dept of Semitic studies of the University of Sydney," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 1-8. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource David J.A. Clines, "Regnal year reckoning in the last years of the Kingdom of Judah," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 9-34. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource G. Cowling, "Notes, mainly orthographica, on the Galilaean Targum and 1Q Genesis Apocryphon," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 35-49. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource John A. Emerton, "A Difficult part of Mot's message to Baal in the Ugaritic texts," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 50-71. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource John MacDonald, "Egyptian interests in Western Asia to the end of the Middle Kingdom: an evaluation," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 72-98. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William J. Dumbrell, "Jeremiah 49:28-33: an oracle against a proud desert power," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 99-109. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William Culican, "Phoenician remains from Gibraltar," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 110-145. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource A. Capell, "Semites in the Pacific," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 146-159. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource J.A. Holland, "On the form of the Book of Job," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 160-177. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Abp. Donald W.B. Robinson, "Literary structure of Hebrews 1:1-4," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 178-186. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource J.A. Thompson, "Expansions of the sb root," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 187-196. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource B.S.J. Isserlin, "Epigraphically attested Judean Hebrew, and the question of "upper class" (Official) and popular speech variants in Judea," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.5 (1972): 197-203.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 1.6 (1973)

On-line Resource W.M. O'Neil, "Egyptian civil year: its possible origins and the Sothic cycle," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 3-15. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Pierre Benoit, "De la Forteresse Antonia la reconstitution archéologique," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 16-22. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Henry O. Thompson, "Ammonites on campus," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 23-30. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Henry O. Thompson, "The Biblical Ammonites," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 31-38. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource David Frankel & Angela Tamvaki, "Cypriot shrine models and decorated tombs," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 39-44. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Thomas E. Ranck, "Byblos Spatula, an ancient bribe or peace offering," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 45-50. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource R.S. Merrillees, "Syrian pottery from Middle Kingdom Egypt," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 51-59. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Bruce J. Malina, "Jewish Christianity: a select bibliography," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 60-65. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource William Culican, "Graves at Tell er-Reqeish," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 66-105. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Eugene D. Stockton, "The woman: a biblical theme," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 106-112.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource "Book Reviews," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 1.6 (1973): 113-117.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
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Vol. 2.3 (1975)

On-line Resource Eugene D. Stockton, "Phoenician cult stones," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 1-27. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Raphael Giveon, "Egyptian objects from Sinai in the Australian museum," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 29-47. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource John Bowman, "Christian monastery on the island of Kharg," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 49-64. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource W.J. Dumbrell, "Role of Bethel in the Biblical narratives from Jacob to Jeroboam I," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 65-76. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Michael Walker, "Early neolithic skeletons from Philia-Drakos, site A (Cyprus)," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 77-92. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Geoffrey J. Cowling, "Targum Neofiti, Exodus 16:15," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 93-105. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Alan D. Crown, "Samaritan diaspora to the end of the Byzantine era," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 107-123. View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Henry O. Thompson, "Commentary on the Tell Siran inscription," Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology 2.3 (1974-75): 125-136.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]

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