Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Bibliographies sur l'antiquité

 [First posted in AWOL 3 January 2010, updated 31 March 2015]

Bibliographies sur l'antiquité
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« Certaines bibliothèques offrent parfois d'agréables surprises. Ainsi à l'Université de Lille 3, l'utilisateur n'a pas seulement accès au catalogue des bibliothèques, mais également - c'est le cas pour celle des Sciences de l'Antiquité - des bibliographies thématiques spécialisées établies à partir des ressources de la bibliothèque. »
Source : J. Poucet, La Toile et les études classiques : la publication électronique et les ressources bibliographiques, Folia Electronica Classica (Louvain-la-Neuve) - N. 1 - juin 2001 (une version, légèrement différente, de cette étude est parue dans les Mélanges Carl Deroux, Collection Latomus.).
D'autres bibliographies spécialisées sont recensées dans :


Boèce, La Consolation de Philosophie, I-III

Bibliographie Agrégation
par Sébastien Barbara

drachme athénienne

Economies et sociétés de 488 à 88 en Grèce ancienne

Bibliographie Capes-Agrégation 2007-2009 Histoire ancienne
par Régis Robineau

Quinte-Curce, Histoires, VIII-X

Orientations bibliographiques
par Sébastien Barbara


Scythie

Une bibliographie introductive sur les régions du nord de la Mer Noire
par Régis Robineau

Monnaie du Koinon des Epirotes, Musée de Janina

Epire

Références et nouveautés sur l'Epire antique
par Marie-Pierre Dausse

Philodemus

Une bibliographie commentée consacrée à Philodème de Gadara
par Annick Monet

hoplites

POLEMOS

Une bibliographie sur la guerre en Grèce,
de la bataille de Marathon à la mort d'Alexandre III de Macédoine

par Christophe Hugot

Hadrien

Hadrien

Une bibliographie sur l'empereur romain
par Christophe Hugot

Mythologies classiques et systèmes culturels

Eléments de bibliographie
par Jacques Boulogne

Lucretius

Une bibliographie introductive au livre 3 du De rerum natura
par Annick Monet

Aristote au XIXe siècle

Eléments de bibliographie
par Denis Thouard

Pausanias

Une bibliographie sur le périégète
par Christophe Hugot



PTOLEMAICA

Une bibliographie thématique sur l'Egypte lagide

par Christophe Hugot

Recent Open Access Doctoral Theses from UCL

Recent Open Access Doctoral Theses from UCL

Institute of Archaeology
Department of Greek and Latin

Open Access Journal: The Antinoupolis Oracle: The Newsletter of the Antinoupolis Foundation

[First posted in AWOL 7 March 2013, updated 8 October 2015]

The Antinoupolis Oracle: The Newsletter of the Antinoupolis Foundation
The "Oracle," is produced yearly and emailed as a pdf directly to your inbox.  It is a regular summary of our archaeological activities at the site.  If you would like to receive future issues of the "Oracle," please sign up by entering your name email in the boxes on this page.  If you would like to access or download previous issues of the "Oracle," please click the links below.  Some issues of the "Oracle" have a print run as well, and some limited back issues are available.  Please click the "Get In Touch" button at the top of this page to send us a query regarding past or future paper copies.  Thank you!

The Antinoupolis Oracle, Number 5, Summer 2015

October 2014 and February 2015 campaigns.  First season excavating the monumental architecture immediately north of the dig house and near the Egyptian government excavation from 20 years ago, plus ground penetrating radar geophysical survey of the same area and an area near the north end of the cardo maximus.  To access pdf click here.

The Antinoupolis Oracle, Number 4, Summer 2014

November 2013 site visit and shortened February 2014 campaign.  The mission builds a guard house and completes its third and final campaign of sample excavation of the North Roman Necropolis, the cemetery of some of the earliest citizens of Antinoupolis.  To access pdf click here.

The Antinoupolis Oracle, Number 3, Summer 2013

February 2013 campaign.  Second excavation campaign at the North Roman Necropolis and blanket magnetometry geophysical survey in the north area of the city and in the area of the North Roman Necropolis.  To access pdf click here.

The Antinoupolis Oracle, Number 2, Winter 2012-13

October 2012 campaign.  First excavation campaign at the North Roman Necropolis.  To access pdf click here.

The Antinoupolis Oracle, Number 1, Summer 2012

January 2012 campaign and introduction.  Geophysical survey test season employing magnetometry and electrical resistivity tomography at selected areas around the city.  An introduction to and a brief history of the site and to the Antinoupolis Foundation.  To access pdf click here.


UNESCO Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws

UNESCO Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws
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In 2003, UNESCO devised an international solution to combat the illicit traffic of cultural property: the UNESCO Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws.
By compiling on the Internet the national laws of its Member States, UNESCO offers all stakeholders involved (Governments, customs officials, art dealers, organizations, lawyers, buyers and so forth) a complete and easily accessible source of information. In the event of a legal question about the origin of an object (which may have been stolen, pillaged, or illegally exported, imported or acquired), it is useful to have rapid access to the relevant national laws.
The UNESCO Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws allows the following to be consulted:
  • national laws currently in force related to the protection of the cultural heritage in general;
  • import/export certificates for cultural property (available on request);
  • official or unofficial translations of national laws and certificates;
  • contact details for the national authorities responsible for the protection of the cultural heritage;
  • addresses of the official national websites dedicated to the protection of the cultural heritage.
The database offers access to national legislation relating to the cultural heritage in general, in other words the laws on the following main categories of heritage:
  • cultural heritage:
    -tangible cultural heritage:
    ->immovable cultural heritage (monuments, archaeological sites, etc.)
    ->movable cultural heritage (paintings, coins, archaeological objects, etc.)
    ->underwater cultural heritage (shipwrecks, underwater cities, etc.
-intangible cultural heritage (oral traditions, performing arts, rituals, etc.)
  • natural heritage (natural sites, physical, biological or geological formations, etc.).
For more information, please see the list of international normative instruments for the protection of the cultural heritage (conventions, agreements, charters, codes, declarations, action plans, protocols, recommendations, etc.).


Monday, March 30, 2015

BIBLindex: Références bibliques dans la littérature patristique

[First posted in AWOL 9 December 2009. Updated 30 March 2015]

BIBLindex: Références bibliques dans la littérature patristique
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A corpus of about 400,000 biblical references is available on this site.

Access to data is free. This website offers:
- Data from the published volumes of Biblia Patristica, Index des citations et allusions bibliques dans la littérature patristique, Editions du CNRS (ca. 270,000 biblical references, with updates on 5,000 references), prepared by the Centre for Patristics Analysis and Documentation (CADP) : 1. Beginnings to Clement of Alexandria and Tertullian, 1975 - 2. The third century (except Origen), 1977 - 3. Origen, 1980 - 4. Eusebius of Caesarea, Cyril of Jerusalem, Epiphanius of Salamis, 1987 - 5. Basil of Caesarea, Gregory Nazianzen, Gregory of Nyssa, Amphiloque of Iconium, 1991 - 6. Hilary of Poitiers, Ambrose of Milan, Ambrosiaster, 1995 - 7. Didymus of Alexandria, 2000 - Supplement, Philo of Alexandria, 1982. [They all are all out of print.]
- Unpublished data from the archives of Biblia Patristica (ca. 100,000 references) on Athanasius of Alexandria, John Chrysostom, Theodoret of Cyrus, Procopius of Gaza, Jerome: these data are unverified (they appear in red).
For further information on our project, please visit our scientific blog: http://biblindex.hypotheses.org/.
The project is supported by the French Research Agency (ANR, 2011-2015): a new version of this site is currently prepared. Thank you for your understanding.

Pede certo: metrica latina digitale

Pede certo: metrica latina digitale
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Pede certo è uno strumento per l’analisi automatica dei versi latini, messo a punto dall’Università di Udine nell’ambito del progetto FIRB Traditio patrum. La sua applicazione all’archivio digitale Musisque Deoque — che comprende i testi della poesia latina dalle origini al VII secolo d.C. — ha consentito la scansione dei circa 244.000 versi dattilici in esso contenuti.
In questo sito un motore di ricerca appositamente sviluppato si avvale dei risultati dell’analisi per interrogare il corpus su base metrica, secondo molteplici approcci.
Nella pagina Scansioni libere è disponibile inoltre un dimostrativo semplificato, ma immediatamente usabile, dello strumento con cui è stata eseguita la scansione.
Mostra una panoramica delle ricerche di versi Mostra una panoramica delle strutture prosodiche
Pede certo is program for the automatic analysing of Latin verses developed by the Università di Udine as part of the Traditio patrum FIRB project. Its application to the Musisque Deoque digital archive – containing Latin poetry texts from the archaic period to the 7th century AD – has enabled the scansion of approximately 244,000 dactylic verses.
On this site, a specifically developed search engine that draws upon the results of the scansion may be used to conduct metrical investigations of the corpus, through a variety of approaches.
The Free scansions page offers a simplified but immediately usable demo version of the scanning program
Show an overview of verse searches Show an overview of prosodic structures




Republic of Cyprus: Department of Antiquities

Republic of Cyprus: Department of Antiquities
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On our website you can find information, both in Greek and English, concerning the history, the mission and the responsibilities of the Department of Antiquities. You can also be informed on the legislative framework that governs the antiquities of Cyprus, the publications of the Department, the educational and european programmes and the excavations that take place on the island as well as the looting of the island's cultural heritage in the occupied part of Cyprus. The site also includes downloadable applications on matters that concern the Department of Antiquities.

The largest part of the website contains information concerning public museums and all visitable ancient monuments and archaeological sites. Apart from the historical and archaeological facts, practical information regarding the opening hours, public holidays and ticket prices are included. The Department of Antiquities' website will be constantly enriched with new information and will include announcements concerning the activities of the Department of Antiquities and other matters related to the archaeology of Cyprus.


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