Thursday, February 28, 2013

Open Access Journal: Mitteilungen aus der Sammlung Papyrus Erzherzog Rainer

Mitteilungen aus der Sammlung Papyrus Erzherzog Rainer
Volume 1, pt. 1-2
Volume 2
Volume 2-3
Volume 4-6

Open Access Journal: Teologia Patrystycna - Patristic Theology

Teologia Patrystycna - Patristic Theology
ISSN: 1732-4793
TEOLOGIA PATRYSTYCZNA ukazuje się od 2004 roku. Do tej pory przygotowano 8 numerów tematycznych. W zamierzeniach Redakcji TEOLOGIA PATRYSTYCZNA jest forum prezentacji wyników badań prowadzonych z zakresu teologii patrystycznej i starożytnej literatury chrześcijańskiej w różnych ośrodkach teologicznych w Polsce i poza jej granicami. Osobny dział zamieszczanych publikacji stanowią tłumaczenia dzieł starożytnych autorów chrześcijańskich.

Open Access Journal: Kléos

Kléos: Revista de Filosofia Antiga
ISSN 2236-0077
Kléos, revista de publicação anual do Programa de Estudos em Filosofia Antiga da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, destina-se à divulgação de trabalhos concernentes à Filosofia Antiga e áreas afins.
        V.1 • N.1   (1997)
                   V.2-3 • N.2-3   (1998-1999)
            V.4 • N.4   (2000)
                   V.5-6 • N.5-6   (2001-2002)
                    V.7-8 • N.7-8   (2003-2004)
                    V.9-10 • N.9-10   (2005-2006)
                    V.11-12 • N.11-12   (2007-2008)

PROMARE: Promoting Marine Research and Exploration

PROMARE: Promoting Marine Research and Exploration
Promare - Promoting Marine Research and Exploration 
Established in 2001 to promote marine research and exploration throughout the world, ProMare is a non-profit corporation and public charity, 501(c)(3).

Our team of experienced archaeologists and marine professionals execute a variety of research projects independently and in concert with academic, corporate, public, and governmental organizations and agencies that are designed to advance man’s knowledge of history and science.
Elizabeth Lyding Will’s Publications
[The link above includes a full bibliography - only the open access items are listed below]
    • 2002. “My Blood of the Covenant.” Archaeology Odyssey Jan-Feb edition, accessed on Biblical Archaeology Online Archives. E.L. Will 2002 My Blood of the Covenant
    • 2001. “Truth in Roman Labeling?” American Journal of Archaeology 105(2):263. EL Will 2001 Truth in Roman Labeling
    • 2001. “Defining the ‘Regna Vini’ of the Sestii.” In New Light from Ancient Cosa: Studies in Honor of Cleo Rickman Fitch, edited by N. Goldman, 35-47. New York: Peter Lang Publishers. Will 2001 Defining the Regna Vini of the Sestii
    • 2000. “The Roman Amphora: Learning from Storage Jars.” Archaeology Odyssey Jan-Feb:26-35. E.L. Will 2000 Roman Amphora Learning From Storage Jars
    • 1999. “The Port of Cosa and Economic Romanization in Gaul and the Danube Valley.” American Journal of Archaeology 103:292. EL Will 1999 The Port of Cosa and Economic Romanization in Gaul and the Danube Valley
    • 1998. Abstract of “Charles Eliot Norton and the Founding of the Archaeological Institute of America,” American Journal of Archaeology 102: 365. E.L. Will 1998 Abstract of Charles Eliot Norton and the Founding of the Archaeological Institute of America
    • 1993. Review of Roman Pottery by Kevin Green, NECNT 20(4):39-41. E.L. Will 1993 Review of Roman Pottery
    • 1992. “The Athenian Agora in India.” Newsletter of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 29(Spring): 13. The Athenian Agora in India
    • 1992. “Sardinian Amphora Studies: Past and Future.” In Sardinia in the Mediterranean: a Footprint in the Sea, edited by R.H. Tykot and T.K. Andrews, 493-496. Studies in Sardinian Archaeology Presented to Miriam S. Balmuth. Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 3. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Sardinian Amphora Studies Past and Future
    • 1991. Abstract of “Romans and the North: The Wine Trade.” American Journal of Archaeology 95:309-310. EL Will 1991 Romans and the North: The Wine Trade
    • 1990. Abstract of “Roman Amphoras at Split.” American Journal of Archaeology 94, 332. EL Will 1990 Roman Amphoras at Split
    • 1989. Review of Exsecranda pernicies: delatori e fisco nell’etá di Costantino , by Tullio Spagnuolo Vigorita. Classical World 83:2, 114-115. E.L. Will Review of Exsecranda pernicies
    • 1987. “The Roman Shipping Amphoras from Arikamedu.” American Journal of Archaeology 91:293. E.L. Will The Roman Shipping Amphoras from Arikamedu
    • 1987. “Shipping Amphoras as Economic Indicators.” Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta XXV-XXVI:71-77. E.L. Will 1987 Shipping Amphoras as Economic Indicators
    • 1987. “The Roman Amphoras.” In The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade , by A.M. McCann, J. Bourgeois, E.K. Gazda, J.P. Oleson, and E.L. Will, 171-219. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Will 1987 Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa
    • 1986. Review of Late Roman Amphorae in the Western Mediterranean. A Typology and Economic Study: The Catalan Evidence, by S.J. Keay. American Journal of Archaeology 90:502-503. E.L. Will Review of Late Roman Amphorae in the Western Mediterranean
    • 1986. Review of Cross-Cultural Trade in World History , by Philip D. Curtin. Classical World 80:1, 53-54. E.L. Will Review of Cross-Cultural Trade in World History
    • 1986. Review of Il Monte Testaccio: Ambiente, Storia, Materiali, by Emilio Rodríguez Almeida. American Journal of Archaeology 90:128-129. EL Will 1986 Review of Il Monte Testaccio
    • 1986. Abstract of “Ports and Amphoras.” American Journal of Archaeology 90, 202. EL Will 1986 Ports and Amphoras
    • 1985. Co-authored with V.J. Bruno. “The Island of Pontia: A Nautical Survey.” Archaeology 38:1, 40-47. E.L. Will 1985 The Island of Pontia A Nautical Survey
    • 1985. Review of Pottery in the Roman World: An Ethnoarchaeological Approach, by D.P.S. Peacock. Archaeology 38:6, 71, 73. E.L. Will 1985 Review of Pottery in the Roman World
    • 1985. Review of Ancient Athenian Building Methods (Excavations of the Athenian Agora Picture Books, no. 20), by John Mck. Camp II and William B. Dinsmoor, Jr. New England Classical Newsletter XII(4):25-26. E.L. Will Ancient Athenian Building Methods
    • 1984. “The Spargi Wreck: A Reconsideration.” American Journal of Archaeology 88:264. Will 1984 The Spargi Wreck
    • 1984. Review of Trade in the Ancient Economy, by Peter Garnsey, Keith Hopkins, and C.R. Whittaker. Archaeology 37:2, 67. EL Will 1984 Review of Trade in the Ancient Economy
    • 1984. Review of Bronzeworkers in the Athenian Agora (Excavations of the Athenian Agora Picture Books, no. 20), by Carol Mattusch. New England Classical Newsletter 11:4, 36. E.L. Will 1985 Bronzeworkers in the Athenian Agora
    • 1984. Co-authored with A.M. McCann. Review of The Seaborne Commerce of Ancient Rome: Studies in Archaeology and History, edited by J.H. D’Arms and E.C. Kopff. American Journal of Archaeology 88:1, 92-95. EL Will 1984 Review of The Seaborne Commerce of Ancient Rome: Studies in Archaeology and History
    • 1983. Review of Women’s Life in Greece and Rome, by M.R. Lefkowitz and M.B Fant. Archaeology 36:4, 75. E.L. Will 1983 Review of Women's Life in Greece and Rome
    • 1983. Review of Commerce and Social Standing in Ancient Rome, by J.H. D’Arms. Archaeology 36:3, 77. E.L. Will 1982 Review of Commerce and Social Standing
    • 1983. “The Ludi Saeculares and the Altar of Dis and Proserpina.” Classical Association of New England Seventy-eighth Annual Bulletin:20-21. E.L. Will 1983 The Ludi Saeculares and the Altar of Dis and Proserpina
    • 1983. “Diversification in Roman Industry: Some Ceramic Evidence.” American Journal of Archaeology 87:269. EL Will 1983 Diversification in Roman Industry: Some Ceramic Evidence
    • 1983. “A Survey of the Roman Amphoras Found in Sardinia.” Year Book of the American Philosophical Society 1983 edition:273-274. EL Will 1983 A Survey of the Roman Amphoras Found in Sardinia
    • 1982. Abstract: “The Earliest Roman Amphoras.” American Journal of Archaeology 86:290-291. EL Will 1982 The Earliest Roman Amphoras
    • 1982. “Greco-Italic Amphoras.” Hesperia 51:338-356. EL Will 1982 Greco Italic Amphoras
    • 1982. Review of Greek and Roman Slavery, by Thomas Wiedemann. Archaeology 35:1, 68. E.L. Will 1982 Review of Greek and Roman Slavery
    • 1982. “Ambiguity in Horace, Odes 1.4.” Classical Philology 77:3, 240-245. Will 1982 Ambiguity in Horace
    • 1980. Co-authored with V.J. Bruno. “Exploring the Gulf of Talamone.” Archaeology 33:4, 34-43. E.L. Will 1980 Exploring the Gulf of Talamone
    • 1979. “Women in Pompeii.” Archaeology 32:5, 34-43. Will 1979 Women in Pompeii
    • 1979. “The Sestius Amphoras: A Reappraisal.” Journal of Field Archaeology 6(3):339-350. E.L. Will 1979 The Sestius Amphoras
    • 1977. Co-authored with A.M. McCann and J. Bourgeois. “Underwater Excavations at the Etruscan Port of Populonia.” Journal of Field Archaeology 4(3), 293-296. E.L. Will 1977 Underwater Excavationsat the Etruscan Port of Populonia
    • 1977. “The Ancient Commercial Amphora.” Archaeology 30:264-278. E.L. Will 1977 The Ancient Commercial Amphora
    • 1977. Abstract of “Women in Roman Business and Industry.” New England Classical Newsletter 4:4, 10. E.L. Will 1977 Women in Business and Industry
    • 1975. “Roman Amphoras.” New England Classical Newsletter 2:34-36. E.L. Will 1975 Roman Amphoras
    • Reviews of E.L. Will’s Published Works

    • Thompson, D. L 1989. Review of The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade , by A.M. McCann, J. Bourgeois, E.K. Gazda, J.P. Olesen, and E.L. Will. Classical World 82:4, 311. Thompson's Review of EL Will's Book
    • Fulford, M. 1988. Review of The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade, by A.M. McCann, J. Bourgeois, E.K. Gazda, J.P. Olesen, and E.L. Will. Isis 79:1, 162-163. Fulford Review of EL Will Book

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Open Access Journal: Dental Anthropology Journal

[First posted in AWOL 20 December 2009. Updated 27 February 2013]

Dental Anthropology Journal
ISSN: 1096-9411
Dental Anthropology is the Official Publication of the Dental Anthropology Association. 
Back issues of Dental Anthropology now are available on our Web site as PDF files. The Dental Anthropology Association is making these available as a professional courtesy to all interested parties—the site is not password-protected. After downloading onto your computer, these files will open using version 6.0 or later of Adobe Acrobat. Each file is one issue of the journal. We developed these in one of two ways. For the older issues that had not been saved in electronic format, hard copies were scanned (at 300 dpi). The newer issues were generated using Adobe InDesign and then converted to PDF files. The newer issues (from vol. 15 no. 2) contain color figures.
Volume 5, Number 1 (pdf) Volume 5, Number 2 (pdf)
Volume 5, Number 3 (pdf)

Volume 24, Number 2-3 (pdf)  Volume 25, Number 1 (pdf)

Open Access Journal: News@ASOR

News@ASOR is a bimonthly e-newsletter tailored for ASOR members. The e-newsletter will deliver updates on events in the field, organizational news, and highlights from the ASOR Blog. News@ASOR is supported by the generosity of the Kershaw Family Trust.
The goals of the e-newsletter are to:
  • Promote the ASOR Blog
  • Disseminate organizational news
  • Keep members updated about their membership status and renewal schedule
  • Share upcoming deadlines such as ASOR fellowship application due dates and Annual Meeting paper submission due dates
  • Encourage a sense of community among ASOR members
  • Highlight the activities of ASOR's committees
January 16, 2014 December 12, 2013 November 5, 2013 October 3, 2013 September 4, 2013 August 6, 2013 July 2, 2013 June 4, 2013 May 8, 2013 April 2, 2013 March 19, 2013 March 5, 2013 February 19, 2013 February 1, 2013 January 18, 2013

    New Digital Publication from ISAW: Aksum and Nubia: Warfare, Commerce, and Political Fictions in Ancient Northeast Africa

    Aksum and Nubia: Warfare, Commerce, and Political Fictions in Ancient Northeast Africa
    George Hatke

    ©2013 George Hatke. Distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution No-derivatives License.
    This work is available at the URI as part of the NYU Library's Ancient World Digital Library and in partnership with the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW).  Further information about ISAW's publication program is available on the ISAW website. Please note that while the base URI of this document is stable, the exact content available is still undergoing development. Please note that the text contains Syriac and Ge'ez characters which render properly when the appropriate fonts are installed. Readers may want to try the fonts available from Beth Mardutho, as well as the Gentium Plus font from SIL.


    • Preface
    • 1. Introduction
      • 1.1. Before Aksum and Kush
      • 1.2. The First Millennium BCE: A Turning Point in State Formation
    • 2. The Question of Aksumite Trade with Nubia
    • 3. The Third Century CE: Monumentum Adulitanum II (RIE 277)
      • 3.1. Cosmas Indicopleustes at Adulis
      • 3.2. Dating Monumentum Adulitanum II
      • 3.3. Aksumite Expansion in Northeast Africa
        • 3.3.1. Aksum and Rome’s Southern Frontier
        • 3.3.2. Aksum and “Ethiopia”
        • 3.3.3. Sasu: A Scribal Error for Kush?
        • 3.3.4. Aksum’s Northern and Western Frontiers in the Third Century
    • 4. The Fourth Century CE: Aksum in Nubia
      • 4.1. Ousanas and Kush: RIE 186
      • 4.2. Aksum Invades Kush: Two Greek Inscriptions from Meroë
        • 4.2.1. Dating RIE 286 and SNM 24841
        • 4.2.2. The Political Implications of the First Aksumite Invasion of Kush
      • 4.3. Trouble on the Western Front? A Possible Clue in RIE 186
      • 4.4. The Noba: A New Force to be Reckoned With
      • 4.5. ‘Ēzānā’s Nubian War
        • 4.5.1. The Greek Account: RIE 271
        • 4.5.2. The Vocalized Ge‘ez Account: RIE 189
        • 4.5.3. A Third Account of the Nubian War: RIE 190
      • 4.6. Assessing the Impact of Aksum on Nubia in the Fourth Century
        • 4.6.1. The Archaeological Evidence
        • 4.6.2. The Graeco-Roman Textual Evidence
        • 4.6.3. The Fall of Kush: Was Aksum to Blame?
    • 5. After Kush: Aksum and Nubia in the Sixth Century CE
      • 5.1. Kālēb and Nubia: RIE 191
      • 5.2. The Nobades and Blemmyes: Would-be Mercenaries of Aksum?
      • 5.3. Longinus’ Mission and the Aksumite Presence in Alodia
      • 5.4. Into the Middle Ages: Ḥaḍānī Dāne’ēl and Aksum’s Western Neighbors
    • 6. Conclusion
    • Bibliography
      • Map 1. Northeast Africa in the third century CE
      • Map 2. Northeast Africa in the fourth century CE
      • Map 3. Northeast Africa in the sixth century CE
    See all Publications at ISAW


    A project by Franco Montanari   
    Aristarchus (dal nome dell'erudito Aristarco di Samotracia, da non confondersi con l'astronomo Aristarco di Samo) e' un contenitore che raggruppa strumenti di lavoro nell'ambito degli studi sul mondo antico greco e latino:

     -  Il Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi (LGGA) costituisce uno strumento di consultazione per la storia della filologia, della grammatica e dell'erudizione antiche ed è realizzato presso il Dipartimento di Archeologia e Filologia Classica (D.AR.FI.CL.ET.) dell'Università di Genova. Contiene schede relative a personaggi in vario modo rilevanti per la ricerca erudita e filologico-grammaticale nel mondo antico, alcune delle quali scaricabili in formato pdf, altre richiedibili per e-mail in forma provvisoria.

     -  L'archivio Poorly Attested Words in Ancient Greek (PAWAG) è un supplemento in progress dei dizionari di Greco antico, costantemente sviluppato da un gruppo internazionale di studiosi, allo scopo di realizzare un database di parole attestate raramente, inadeguatamente, o in ogni caso problematiche dal punto di vista sia formale che semantico. Vengono registrate anche correzioni e progressi rilevanti in relazione al contenuto dei dizionari LSJ e GI. È prodotto in collaborazione dal Dipartimento di Archeologia e Filologia Classica (D.AR.FI.CL.ET.) dell'Università di Genova e da Loescher Editore.

     -  Il Catalogus Philologorum Classicorum (CPhCl) e' un lessico enciclopedico biografico degli studiosi del mondo classico realizzato da un network internazionale di redazioni, coordinate dalla redazione centrale, che ha sede presso il Dipartimento di Archeologia e Filologia Classica (D.AR.FI.CL.ET.) dell'Università di Genova.

     -  Il Centro Italiano dell'Année Philologique (CIAPh) di Genova è la sede in Italia dell'Année Philologique, la bibliografia sistematica di riferimento per tutti gli studiosi dell'antichità greca e latina. Fondata a Parigi nel 1928, l'Année Philologique si basa su una rete internazionale, che collega alla direzione di Parigi i centri di Genova per l'Italia, di Cincinnati per gli USA e la Gran Bretagna, di Heidelberg per la Germania e l'Austria, di Granada per la Spagna, allo scopo di produrre un volume annuale e un data base disponibile on line.

     - Il sito Scholia Minora in Homerum presenta la rassegna, descrizione, edizione e riproduzione fotografica dei papiri che contengono i cosiddetti Scholia Minora all’Iliade e all’Odissea.

     -  MEDIACLASSICA e' un sito per la didattica delle lingue antiche greca e latina, realizzato da Loescher Editore in collaborazione con il Dipartimento di Archeologia e Filologia Classica (D.AR.FI.CL.ET.) dell'Università di Genova.  

    The British School at Rome Library and Archive Digital Collections

    The British School at Rome Library and Archive Digital Collections
    In 2007, The Getty Foundation awarded the BSR Archive a grant to fund the arrangement and description of part of the J.B. Ward-Perkins photographic collection and the creation of this website which was launched in November 2009.

    It will include all BSR Library and Archive digital collections, not only Photographs but also other resources: Maps, Prints, Documents, Postcards, Drawings, Paintings and Manuscripts. As funding becomes available collections are digitized, catalogued and added to the website.

    The different phases of the project are listed below (click on headings for more information):




    Photographic prints and negatives from unique historic collections, including calotypes, glass and film negatives, slides and lantern slides
    Historic and modern maps of Rome and Italy, printed or engraved
    Loose and bound miscellaneous prints of varying techniques including engraving, etching, lithograph and woodcut
    Correspondence, reports and documents relating to the history and activities of the British School at Rome
    Hand-written documents including travel notebooks and archaeological notes taken in the field, often illustrated, essays and other texts
    Miscellaneous watercolours and works of art on paper
    Bound sketch books and miscellaneous loose pencil drawings
    Historic collections of miscellaneous commercial postcards