Tuesday, June 25, 2013

New Open Access Journal: BABELAO: Electronic Journal for Ancient and Oriental Studies

BABELAO: Electronic Journal for Ancient and Oriental Studies
ISSN: 2034-9491 
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The name BABELAO means « Bulletin of the Abelao », more precisely « Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Etude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales » (Bulletin of the Belgian Academy for the Study of Ancient and Oriental Languages). ABELAO is a non-profit organization which seeks to promote teaching and research in the various fields of ancient and oriental culture and languages, especially by means of summer-courses on the campus of the University of Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).
 
Its Bulletin, BABELAO, is conceived as a scholarly journal. It covers the various fields of oriental studies : philology, palaeography, history of the ancient and oriental world, language history, comparative literature, edition of texts, etc. Its Editorial Board, the members of which are recruited internationally, brings together scholars who are able to provide expertise in all the required fields. The members are: Alessandro Bausi (Hamburg), Anne Boud'hors (Paris), Antoine Cavigneaux (Geneva), Sabino Chialà (Bose), Bernard Coulie (Louvain-la-Neuve), Alain Delattre (Brussels), Didier Devauchelle (Lille), Johannes Den Heijer (Louvain-la-Neuve), Jean-Charles Ducène (Brussels), J.Keith Elliott (Leeds), Jean-Daniel Macchi (Geneva), Michael Marx (Berlin), Claude Obsomer (Louvain-la-Neuve), Agnès Ouzounian (Paris), Tamara Pataridzé (Louvain-la-Neuve), Paul-Hubert Poirier (Québec), Véronique Somers (Paris, Louvain-la-Neuve), David Taylor (Oxford) and Anton Vojtenko (Moscow). 
D. PHILLIPS, The Syriac Commentary of Dadisho‘ Qatraya on the Paradise of the Fathers. Towards a Critical Edition
N. AFIF, Un nouveau témoin de l’Histoire des Sept Dormants d’Ephèse. Le manuscrit Cambridge Syr. Add. 2020. Texte et traduction J.-C. HAELEWYCK, The Phoenician Inscription of Eshmunazar. An Attempt at Vocalization
C.-B. AMPHOUX, Pour une approche documentaire des paroles de Jésus
J.K. ELLIOTT, Recent Trends in the Textual Criticism of the New Testament. A New Millenium, a New Beginning?
F. GANGLOFF, Les données archéologiques sur Juda à la période néo-babylonienne (586-538 av. J.C.). Un état de la question

A. FOURNET, Eléments de morphologie et de syntaxe de la langue hourrite. Destinés à l’étude des textes mittaniens et anatolo-hittites
A. TOUROVETS, When the Historical Events are Hidden in a Story. Origins and Reliability of the Medikos Logos Written by Herodotus
F. BOUZID-ADLER, Anthroponymie iranienne dans la plaine hyrcanienne. Un outil pour étudier la colonisation achéménide ?
C.-B. AMPHOUX, Les lieux de rédaction des lettres de Paul d’après la tradition manuscrite
A. KAPLAN, Expertise paléographique du ms. Syr Bagdad 210 en vue de sa datation. Dadisho Qatraya. Commentaire sur le Paradis des Pères
M. T. ORTEGA MONASTERIO, Un solo manuscrito en dos bibliotecas: el comentario de Raši a la Biblia
T. DURANT, Some Aspects of the Religious Organization of St. Thomas Christians during the Pre-colonial Period
E. GOGIASHVILI, About Georgian Fairytales



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