Monday, February 29, 2016

Podcast: Museum of Lost Objects

Museum of Lost Objects
BBC Radio 4 Series tracing the stories of ten antiquities and cultural sites that have been destroyed or looted in Iraq and Syria

Episodes to download

New Open Access Series from the Oriental Institute: Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE)

Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE)
This new Oriental Institute series — Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE) — aims to publish a variety of scholarly works, including monographs, edited volumes, critical text editions, translations, studies of corpora of documents — in short, any work that offers a significant contribution to understanding the Near East between roughly 200 and 1000 CE.
LAMINE 1. Christians and Others in the Umayyad State

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Edited by Antoine Borrut and Fred M. Donner, with contributions by Touraj Daryaee, Muriel  Debié, Sidney H. Griffith, Wadad al-Qadi, Milka Levy-Rubin, Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych, Donald Whitcomb, and Luke Yarbrough

Available for purchase in April 2016  Download Terms of Use
The papers in this first volume of the new Oriental Institute series LAMINE are derived from a conference entitled “Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians in the Umayyad State,” held at the University of Chicago on June 17–18, 2011. The goal of the conference was to address a simple question: Just what role did non-Muslims play in the operations of the Umayyad state? It has always been clear that the Umayyad family (r. 41–132/661–750) governed populations in the rapidly expanding empire that were overwhelmingly composed of non-Muslims — mainly Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians — and the status of those non-Muslim communities under Umayyad rule, and more broadly in early Islam, has been discussed continuously for more than a century. The role of non-Muslims within the Umayyad state has been, however, largely neglected. The eight papers in this volume thus focus on non-Muslims who participated actively in the workings of the Umayyad government.
This new Oriental Institute series — Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE) — aims to publish a variety of scholarly works, including monographs, edited volumes, critical text editions, translations, studies of corpora of documents — in short, any work that offers a significant contribution to understanding the Near East between roughly 200 and 1000 CE.  

  • Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East 1
  • Chicago: The Oriental Institute, 2016
  • ISBN 978-1-614910-31-2
  • Pp. x + 214, 18 figures
  • Paperback, 7" x 10"
  • $24.95
For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:

 

East Anglian Archaeology

East Anglian Archaeology
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East Anglian Archaeology is a series of reports on the archaeology of an English region. The first report was published in 1975 and there are now more than one hundred and eighty titles in the series. They’re listed under Publications , grouped by period. New titles appear each year, for the most recent ones see Recent posts and for those in press see Forthcoming.
 The East Anglian Archaeology website has been revamped and relaunched and now features PDF downloads of the first 100 volumes of the monograph series. Additional PDFs are due to be made available on a rolling basis.

Open Access Classics Dissertations at Duke University

Open Access Classics Dissertations at Duke University

Epigrafía latina: Introducción a la epigrafía latina en ExtremaduraClásica

Epigrafía latina: Introducción a la epigrafía latina en ExtremaduraClásica
La epigrafía es el estudio de las inscripciones antiguas. 

La historia de la epigrafía, si bien con algunos conatos en la Edad Media, comienza con los humanistas del Renacimiento, cuyo interés arqueológico les llevó copiar y dibujar inscripciones.
A partir de 1853 comenzó la recopilación de todas las inscripciones latinas en una sola obra, el Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL), que fue encomendada en un principio a Th. Mommsen y que aun hoy está sin terminar.  


Las inscripciones latinas más antiguas que se conocen datan de los primeros tiempos de la historia de Roma, y se pueden fechar en torno al siglo VI a.C. Si pasamos por alto la fíbula de Preneste, cuya autenticidad es hoy muy discutida, el testimonio más antiguo en latín es el llamado lapis niger (imagen y descripción). 


La información epigráfica tiene una grandísima importancia en el estudio de la historia de Roma, ya que proporciona documentos de primera mano sobre aspectos sociales, económicos, jurídicos, religiosos...


En ExtremaduraClásica queremos ofrecer al estudiante de secundaria este sencillo manual para iniciarse en el mundo de la epigrafía.

Epigrafia 3D

Epigrafia 3D
 
La escritura es uno de los avances tecnológicos más importantes de la historia de la humanidad y los testimonios escritos que se conservan de las antiguas civilizaciones nos acercan a la sociedad que los generó. A través de esta web podrás acceder a una selección de inscripciones romanas que se conservan en el Museo Arqueológico Nacional (Madrid) y en el Museo Nacional de Arte Romano (Mérida), a través de modelos en 3D que te acercarán a estos testimonios escritos de la Hispania romana. Con los conocimientos que podrás adquirir a través de los recursos elaborados para esta web y de otras que hemos seleccionado en la sección de enlaces, podrás iniciarte en el apasionante oficio de epigrafista, resolviendo la lectura de algunas inscripciones seleccionadas.
Este proyecto de innovación científica suma la experiencia en investigación básica en Humanidades con la investigación tecnológica de la ingeniería gráfica, para acercar las inscripciones romanas a los estudiantes más jóvenes y al público en general, en el marco de los proyectos "Descifrando inscripciones romanas en 3-D. Ciencia epigráfica virtual" (FCT-13-6025) e "Inscripciones romanas de Augusta Emerita en 3D: del Museo a los dispositivos móviles", financiados por la Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología – Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad y la Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.






Sunday, February 28, 2016

ANCIENT ROME LIVE: A new way to learn about Rome's past

ANCIENT ROME LIVE: A new way to learn about Rome's past

Ancient Rome Live

Rome’s enduring contribution to world civilization can, and should, be communicated in a way that combines the hard facts, solid reasoning, and new discoveries of university research with the excitement and immediacy of on-location filming in Rome. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million.

Ancient Rome Live (ARL) is an immersive journey that provides new perspectives about the ancient city. A multi-platform learning experience, ARL first and foremost presents original content:

  • a clickable map of ancient Rome
  • a library of videos arranged according to topic
  • live streaming from sites in Rome and her empire.
ARL provides an interactive platform to engage the many layers of Rome: monuments, people, places, and events.  Ancient Rome Live  is a valuable resource for teachers- and a lot of fun for anyone interested in history.

Later in 2015 ARL will release an ebook, app, and free online course.   WIth all of these new, coordinated formats, ARL will change the way ancient Rome is studied.

Darius Arya, Archaeologist and TV host, Founder, director, producer

Albert Prieto, Archaeologist, Chief film and editing
Mark Brewer, Zagara Films, Film and editing
Andrea Troiani, Animator
Darbouze & Daughters, Digital Creative

Open Access Corpus Medicorum Graecorum / Latinum

[First posed in AWOL 24 March 2010. Updated 28 February 2016]

Corpus Medicorum Graecorum / Latinum
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In der Arbeitsstelle befindet sich eine umfangreiche Sammlung von Filmen und Photokopien von Handschriften antiker medizinischer Texte in griechischer, lateinischer und arabischer Sprache; diese Materialien werden den auswärtigen Mitarbeitern des Vorhabens für ihre Editionsarbeiten zur Verfügung gestellt.
Die in den Besitz der Arbeitsstelle übergegangenen Teile von Nachlässen renommierter Gelehrter (K. Deichgräber, H. Gossen, G. Helmreich, J. Ilberg, H. Schöne) enthalten Vorarbeiten für Texteditionen unserer Reihen und das Manuskript zu einem nicht publizierten "Lexikon der Naturwissenschaften für das klassische Altertum" in 11 Mappen.
Die 40 Mappen umfassenden handschriftlichen Materialien, die zur Vorbereitung des Katalogs von H. Diels, Die Handschriften der antiken Ärzte, I. u. II. Teil, 1. Nachtrag, Berlin 1905-1908, dienten, bestehen in Beschreibungen von Handschriften medizinischen Inhalts aus den Beständen zumeist europäischer Bibliotheken.
Die Handbibliothek des Akademienvorhabens, die systematisch erweitert wird, zählt zu ihren Beständen Textausgaben der antiken medizinischen Autoren vom Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts bis in die Gegenwart, die dazugehörige Sekundärliteratur, spezielle Arbeiten zur antiken Medizin sowie allgemeine medizinhistorische Darstellungen und medizinische Nachschlagewerke.
Die in Karteiform angelegte umfassende Bibliographie zur Geschichte der antiken Medizin wird seit 2002 auch in Form einer Datenbank fortgeführt.
The CMG features an extensive collection of films and photocopies of ancient medical manuscripts in Greek, Latin and Arabic; these materials have been made accessible to foreign project collaborators for use in preparing their editions.

That portion of the estate of renowned scholars (K. Deichgräber, H. Gossen, G. Helmreich, J. Ilberg, H. Schöne) which has come into the possession of the project office contains preliminary work for the text editions in our series, as well as a manuscript for an unpublished “Lexicon of Sciences for Classical Antiquity”, in 11 folders.

The 40 folders of extensive handwritten materials that served in the preparation of H. Diels’ catalogue, Die Handschriften der antiken Ärzte, Parts I and II, Supplement 1, Berlin 1905-1908, contain descriptions of medical manuscripts from the collections of predominantly European libraries.

The library of the Academy project, which is being systemically enlarged, numbers among its holdings text editions of ancient medical authors from the beginning of the 16th century to the present, the corresponding secondary literature, special works on ancient medicine, as well as general medical histories and medical reference books.

Originally compiled in index card form, the extensive bibliography for the history of ancient medicine has, since 2002, also been maintained as a database.

Online Publications

Within the framework of the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities”, the CMG is eager to make the results of the project freely available to the scientific community and the general public.
Consequently, special care should be taken to ensure that unavailable volumes, of which often only few copies are in circulation, be made available once again to the scientific community.
To this end, the CMG has planned various digital projects:
  1. Online editions
    Under the heading “Online editions”, visitors will find all volumes of the CMG, CML, Suppl. and Suppl. Or. series available for study. These volumes may be selected and browsed through, or opened to a specified page.
  2. Concordances
    find from a reference to Kühn or Littré the corresponding page in the CMG-Edition
  3. Manuscript Catalogue (Diels)
    Under this heading, visitors will find the somewhat outdated, but still authoritative, manuscript catalogue of ancient medical literature made at the Berlin Academy under the leadership of Hermann Diels in preparation for the CMG. The catalogue has been expanded and emended numerous times. The bibliographical details of the published Addenda and Corrigenda may also be viewed here. More precise information regarding the manuscript tradition may be obtained from the printed volumes, or upon inquiry at the project office.
  4. Bibliographies to Hippocrates and Galen (Fichtner)
    The Project Office makes available PDF-files of the bibliographical reference works for private use.
  5. Editorial guidelines
    The editorial guidelines are currently only available in German. In case of doubt please address all inquiries to the project office.

Editionen online


I


I 1 Hippocratis


Indices librorum, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


Iusiurandum, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


Lex, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De arte, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De medico, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De decente habitu, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


Praeceptiones, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De prisca medicina, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De aere locis aquis, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De alimento, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De liquidorum usu, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De flatibus, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927

I 1,2 Hippocratis De aere aquis locis, edidit et in linguam Germanicam vertit H. Diller, Berlin 1970; editio altera lucis ope expressa, Berlin 1999

I 1,3 Hippocratis De natura hominis, edidit, in linguam Francogallicam vertit, commentatus est J. Jouanna, Berlin 1975; editio altera lucis ope expressa addendis et corrigendis aucta, Berlin 2002

I 2,1 Hippocratis


De octimestri partu, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est H. Grensemann, Berlin 1968


De septimestri partu (spurium), edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est H. Grensemann, Berlin 1968

I 2,2 Hippocratis De superfetatione, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est C. Lienau, Berlin 1973

I 2,3 Hippocratis De morbis III, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est P. Potter, Berlin 1980

I 2,4 Hippocratis De diaeta, edidit, in linguam Francogallicam vertit, commentatus est R. Joly adiuvante S. Byl, Berlin 1984; editio altera lucis ope expressa addendis et corrigendis aucta curatis a S. Byl, Berlin 2003

I 4,1 Hippocratis De capitis vulneribus, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est M. Hanson, Berlin 1999


II


II Aretaeus, edidit C. Hude, editio altera lucis ope expressa, nonnullis locis correcta, indicibus nominum verborumque et addendis et corrigendis aucta, Berlin 1958


III


III 1 Rufi Ephesii De renum et vesicae morbis, edidit et in linguam Germanicam vertit A. Sideras, Berlin 1977


IV


IV Sorani


Gynaeciorum libri IV, edidit J. Ilberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De signis fracturarum, edidit J. Ilberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


De fasciis, edidit J. Ilberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


Vita Hippocratis secundum Soranum, edidit J. Ilberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1927


V


V 1,1 Galeni


De optimo docendi genere, edidit et in linguam Italicam vertit A. Barigazzi, Berlin 1991


Exhortatio ad medicinam (Protrepticus), edidit et in linguam Italicam vertit A. Barigazzi, Berlin 1991

V 1,2 Galeni De elementis ex Hippocratis sententia, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est Ph. De Lacy, Berlin 1996

V 1,3 Galeni De constitutione artis medicae ad Patrophilum, edidit et in linguam Italicam vertit St. Fortuna, Berlin 1997

V 2,1 Galeni De uteri dissectione, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est D. Nickel, Berlin 1971

V 3,1 Galeni De semine, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est Ph. De Lacy, Berlin 1992

V 3,2 Galeni De propriis placitis, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est V. Nutton, Berlin 1999

V 3,3 Galeni De foetuum formatione, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentatus est D. Nickel, Berlin 2001

V 4,1,1 Galeni


De propriorum animi cuiuslibet affectuum dignotione et curatione, edidit W. de Boer, Leipzig et Berlin 1937


De animi cuiuslibet peccatorum dignotione et curatione, edidit W. de Boer, Leipzig et Berlin 1937


De atra bile, edidit W. de Boer, Leipzig et Berlin 1937

V 4,1,2 Galeni De placitis Hippocratis et Platonis, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est Ph. De Lacy, 3 vol., Berlin 1978-1984; vol. I: editio tertia lucis ope expressa, vol. II: editio altera lucis ope expressa, vol. III: editio altera lucis ope expressa addendis et corrigendis aucta, Berlin 2005

V 4,2 Galeni


De sanitate tuenda, edidit K. Koch, Leipzig et Berlin 1923


De alimentorum facultatibus, edidit G. Helmreich, Leipzig et Berlin 1923


De bonis malisque sucis, edidit G. Helmreich, Leipzig et Berlin 1923


De victu attenuante, edidit K. Kalbfleisch, Leipzig et Berlin 1923


De ptisana, edidit O. Hartlich, Leipzig et Berlin 1923

V 5,1 Galeni De symptomatum differentiis, edidit, in linguam Germanicam vertit, commentata est B. Gundert, Berlin 2009

V 8,1 Galeni De praecognitione, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est V. Nutton, Berlin 1979

V 9,1 Galeni


In Hippocratis De natura hominis commentaria III, edidit J. Mewaldt, Leipzig et Berlin 1914


In Hippocratis De victu acutorum commentaria IV, edidit G. Helmreich, Leipzig et Berlin 1914


De diaeta Hippocratis in morbis acutis, edidit J. Westenberger, Leipzig et Berlin 1914

V 9,2 Galeni


In Hippocratis Prorrheticum I commentaria III, edidit H. Diels, Leipzig et Berlin 1915


De comate secundum Hippocratem, edidit J. Mewaldt, Leipzig et Berlin 1915


In Hippocratis Prognosticum commentaria III, edidit J. Heeg, Leipzig et Berlin 1915

V 10,1 Galeni In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum I commentaria III, edidit E. Wenkebach; In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum II commentaria V, in Germanicam linguam transtulit F. Pfaff, Leipzig et Berlin 1934

V 10,2,1 Galeni In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum III commentaria III, edidit E. Wenkebach, Leipzig et Berlin 1936

V 10,2,2 Galeni In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum VI commentaria I-VI, edidit E. Wenkebach; commentaria VI-VIII, in Germanicam linguam transtulit F. Pfaff, editio altera lucis ope expressa, Berlin 1956

V 10,2,3 Galeni In Hippocratis Epidemiarum libros commentaria, Indices nominum et verborum Graecorum, composuerunt E. Wenkebach, K. Schubring, Berlin 1955

V 10,2,4 Galens Kommentare zu den Epidemien des Hippokrates, Indizes der aus dem Arabischen übersetzten Namen und Wörter, verfasst v. F. Pfaff, Berlin 1960


Die als sogenannte Simulantenschrift griechisch überlieferten Stücke des 2. Kommentars zu Epidemien II, hrsg. v. K. Deichgräber u. F. Kudlien, Berlin 1960

V 10,3 Galeni


Adversus Lycum, edidit E. Wenkebach, Berlin 1951


Adversus Iulianum, edidit E. Wenkebach, Berlin 1951


VI


VI 1,1 Oribasii Collectionum medicarum reliquiae, libri I-VIII, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1928

VI 1,2 Oribasii Collectionum medicarum reliquiae, libri IX-XVI, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1929

VI 2,1 Oribasii Collectionum medicarum reliquiae, libri XXIV-XXV. XLIII-XLVIII, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1931

VI 2,2 Oribasii Collectionum medicarum reliquiae, libri XLIX-L, libri incerti, eclogae medicamentorum, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1933

VI 3 Oribasii


Synopsis ad Eustathium, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1926


Libri ad Eunapium, edidit J. Raeder, Leipzig et Berlin 1926


VIII


VIII 1 Aetii Amideni Libri medicinales I-IV, edidit A. Olivieri, Leipzig et Berlin 1935

VIII 2 Aetii Amideni Libri medicinales V-VIII, edidit A. Olivieri, Berlin 1950


IX


IX 1 Paulus Aegineta, Libri I-IV, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1921

IX 2 Paulus Aegineta, Libri V-VII, edidit J. L. Heiberg, Leipzig et Berlin 1924


X


X 1,1 Philumeni De venenatis animalibus eorumque remediis, edidit M. Wellmann, Leipzig et Berlin 1908

X 4 Leonis medici De natura hominum synopsis, edidit et in linguam Anglicam vertit R. Renehan, Berlin 1969


XI


XI 1,1 Apollonii Citiensis In Hippocratis De articulis commentarius, ediderunt J. Kollesch et F. Kudlien, in linguam Germanicam transtulerunt J. Kollesch et D. Nickel, Berlin 1965

XI 1,2 Stephani Philosophi In Hippocratis Prognosticum commentaria III, edidit et in linguam Anglicam vertit J. M. Duffy, Berlin 1983

XI 1,3,1 Stephani Atheniensis In Hippocratis Aphorismos commentaria I-II, edidit et in linguam Anglicam vertit L. G. Westerink, Berlin 1985; editio altera lucis ope expressa, Berlin 1998

XI 1,3,2 Stephani Atheniensis In Hippocratis Aphorismos commentaria III-IV, edidit et in linguam Anglicam vertit L. G. Westerink, Berlin 1992

XI 1,3,3 Stephani Atheniensis In Hippocratis Aphorismos commentaria V-VI, edidit et in linguam Anglicam vertit L. G. Westerink; Indices composuerunt J. Kollesch et D. Nickel, Berlin 1995

XI 1,4 Ioannis Alexandrini In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum VI commentarii fragmenta, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est J. M. Duffy, Berlin 1997


Anonymi In Hippocratis Epidemiarum librum VI commentarii fragmenta, edidit, in linguam Anglicam vertit, commentatus est J. M. Duffy, Berlin 1997


Ioannis Alexandrini In Hippocratis De natura pueri commentarium, ediderunt et in linguam Anglicam verterunt T. A. Bell, D. P. Carpenter, D. W. Schmidt, M. N. Sham, G. I. Vardon et L. G. Westerink, Berlin 1997

XI 2,1 Pseudogaleni In Hippocratis De septimanis commentarium ab Hunaino q. f. Arabice versum, edidit et Germanice vertit G. Bergsträßer, Leipzig et Berlin 1914

Friday, February 26, 2016

New Online from the CHS: Kinyras: The Divine Lyre

John Curtis Franklin, Kinyras: The Divine Lyre
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Kinyras, in Greco-Roman sources, is the central culture-hero of early Cyprus: legendary king, metallurge, Agamemnon’s (faithless) ally, Aphrodite’s priest, father of Myrrha and Adonis, rival of Apollo, ancestor of the Paphian priest-kings (and much more). Kinyras increased in depth and complexity with the demonstration in 1968 that Kinnaru—the divinized temple-lyre—was venerated at Ugarit, an important Late Bronze Age city just opposite Cyprus on the Syrian coast. John Curtis Franklin seeks to harmonize Kinyras as a mythological symbol of pre-Greek Cyprus with what is known of ritual music and deified instruments in the Bronze Age Near East, using evidence going back to early Mesopotamia. Franklin addresses issues of ethnicity and identity; migration and colonization, especially the Aegean diaspora to Cyprus, Cilicia, and Philistia in the Early Iron Age; cultural interface of Hellenic, Eteocypriot, and Levantine groups on Cyprus; early Greek poetics, epic memory, and myth-making; performance traditions and music archaeology; royal ideology and ritual poetics; and a host of specific philological and historical issues arising from the collation of classical and Near Eastern sources. Kinyras includes a vital background study of divinized balang-harps in Mesopotamia by Wolfgang Heimpel as well as illustrations and artwork by Glynnis Fawkes.
List of Figures

Preface

Conventions and Abbreviations

Introduction

1. Kinyras and Kinnaru

Part I: The Cult of Kinnaru

2. Instrument Gods and Musician Kings in Early Mesopotamia: Divinized Instruments

3. The Knr

4. Starting at Ebla: The City and Its Music

5. Mari and the Amorite Age: The City and Its Music

6. Peripherals, Hybrids, Cognates

7. Kinnaru of Ugarit

8. David and the Divine Lyre

Part II: Kinyras on Cyprus

9. Kinyras the Kinyrist

10. Praising Kinyras

11. Lyric Landscapes of Early Cyprus

12. Kinyras the Lamenter

13. The Talents of Kinyras

14. Restringing Kinyras

15. Crossing the Water

16. The Kinyradai of Paphos

Part III: Kinyras and the Lands around Cyprus

17. Kinyras at Pylos

18. The Melding of Kinyras and Kothar

19. Kinyras, Kothar, and the Passage from Byblos: Kinyras, Kinnaru, and the Canaanite Shift

20. Kinyras at Sidon? The Strange Affair of Abdalonymos

21. Syro-Cilician Approaches

Appendices

Appendix A. A Note on ‘Balang’ in the Gudea Cylinders

Appendix B. Ptolemy Khennos as a Source for the Contest of Kinyras and Apollo

Appendix C. Horace, Cinara, and the Syrian Musiciennes of Rome

Appendix D. Kinyrízein: The View from Stoudios

Appendix E. The ‘Lost Site’ of Kinyreia

Appendix F. Theodontius: Another Cilician Kinyras?

Appendix G. Étienne de Lusignan and ‘the God Cinaras’

Balang-Gods, Wolfgang Heimpel

Bibliography