Friday, March 31, 2017

New Open Access Journal: ARCHEOSTORIE: Journal of Public Archaeology

ARCHEOSTORIE: Journal of Public Archaeology
Archeostorie Journal of Public Archaeology
ARCHEOSTORIE Journal of Public Archaeology is the open access peer-reviewed scientific journal that provides Italy with an arena to discuss issues such as the management and communication of archaeological heritage and, more widely, the role of archaeology into contemporary society. It produces insightful analyses on significant initiatives aimed at involving the public in archaeological and heritage issues, and bridging the gap between our past and modernity.
Despite the continuing growth of Public Archaeology as a field of studies, the Italian interpretation of the subject is still heavily under-investigated. As it was observed by Chiara Bonacchi (Public Archaeology, Vol. 12 No. 3, August 2013, 211–16 2009):
“This area is now beginning to be understood as concerned with the preservation, communication and public use of archaeology. However, the path towards a clearer definition of Archeologia Pubblica as a formal area of teaching and research requires further and more focused scrutiny if Public Archaeology is to become a way for Italian archaeologists to demonstrate public value and fight the consequences of the economic (and social) crisis we are experiencing.”
ARCHEOSTORIE aims to fill this gap encouraging academic debate on Public Archaeology in Italy and promoting and coordinating related activities.

AJPA - Volume 1

February 2017
The core of Archeostorie. Journal of Public Archaeology  consists of a Topic of the year section with papers that analyze a specific subject from several points of view, and a Satura Lanx section with papers beyond the main theme.
A News and Reviews section following the scientific papers provides readers with first-hand reportages and analyses of important events of the year. We also collect selected archaeological works of fiction in the Archaeotales section, as we are convinced that storytelling is a powerful way of involving people in the love and appreciation of our past. But let’s examine each section in depth.
Our choice for our first Topic of the year was Small but kind of mighty. Needless to say, we hope it to be auspicious for the Journal’s future. In fact, successful projects generally ‘start small,’ but are conceived by people who ‘think big.’ Even if they are actually ‘small,’ they can have an enormous impact on the community they grow in, or even on society at large. They may choose either to stay small or to grow, but in both cases they prove to be influential and powerful.
We looked for good small public archaeology projects whose powerful impact on society was clearly described and analyzed but, above all, measured. In short, we challenged archaeologists to evaluate their public outreach activities in depth. We are proud of the result and we consider it a first significant step towards the establishment in Italy of public archaeology as an accurate and stringent practice.

Table of Contents


Cinzia Dal Maso


Italy to Italians. Interview with Daniele Manacorda

Carolina Megale

Butrint before the Butrint Foundation

Richard Hodges

Topic of the year: Small but Kind of Mighty

‘Pompeii-mania' in schools Down Under

Louise Zarmati

Memory and earthquake. The Pilastri excavation project (Emilia Romagna, Italy) toward a shared community archaeology approach

Giulia Osti, Lara Dal Fiume, Simone Bergamini, Rita Guerzoni, Micol Boschetti, Valentino Nizzo, Margherita Pirani, Stefano Tassi

The case of the Arles Rhone 3 Project: an example of underwater heritage communication

Caterina De Vivo

The Virtual Etruscan Museum of Populonia Gasparri Collection: enhancing the visitor’s experience

Carolina Megale, Carlo Baione

Edutainment and gamification: a novel communication strategy for cultural heritage

Stefania Mancuso, Maurizio Muzzopappa, Fabio Bruno

Satura Lanx

Italian public archaeology on fieldwork: an overview

Francesco Ripanti

Disciplinary locus and professional habitus: the roles of Researcher and Discipline within the socio-political and cultural domains

Massimiliano Secci

Italian museums and Twitter: an analysis of Museum Week 2016

Chiara Zuanni


Akira Matsuda


The Lombards, a completely different story

Mariangela Galatea Vaglio

April 12th, 1204: Constantinople under siege

Francesco Ripanti

The Christmas Song of the custodian

Marina Lo Blundo


Living archaeology at the Archaeodrome

Francesco Ripanti

A wedding with surprise: orange blossoms at the museum

Nicoletta Frapiccini

How Millennials are changing our culture

Anna Paterlini

Being an archaeologist in Kurdistan. Interview with Luca Peyronel

Cinzia Dal Maso, Chiara Boracchi

The Monuments Men of Libya

Giulio Lucarini

Children's Corner

Tonight, we’re sleeping at the museum!

Giovanna Baldasarre

The source-chest

Nina Marotta


Warship battering rams on display in Favignana

Cinzia Dal Maso

Light on the new Salinas Museum

Flavia Frisone

The Riace celebrities

Giovanna Baldasarre

Agamemnon’s Version

Giovanna Baldasarre

Watching the world with Blu’s eyes

Cinzia Dal Maso

How to find all Pleiades URIs that correspond to a Trismegistos place URI

How to find all Pleiades URIs that correspond to a Trismegistos place URI
Python 3.6. This code assumes that you have already downloaded the Pleiades comprehensive nightly JSON export from and un-gzipped it in your working directory.

Open Access Journal: Rónai. Revista de estudos clássicos e tradutórios

Rónai. Revista de estudos clássicos e tradutórios
ISSN: 2318-3446
Rónai – Revista de Estudos Clássicos e Tradutórios é uma publicação eletrônica semestral pertencente à Faculdade de Letras (FALE) da Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF).  O seu objetivo é divulgar trabalhos oriundos de instituições de ensino nacionais e internacionais que abordem questões pertinentes aos estudos clássicos e tradutórios.
A Rónai aceita artigos científicos, traduções técnicas e literárias, resenhas críticas e entrevistas – em português, inglês, francês, espanhol e italiano – produzidas por discentes de graduação e pós-graduação (também sob orientação) e por docentes de instituições de ensino nacionais e estrangeiras.


From Bactria to Taxila: A database of resources on Hellenistic and Imperial Central Asian studies

[First posted in AWOL 24 July 2012, updated 31 March 2017]

From Bactria to Taxila: A database of resources on Hellenistic and Imperial Central Asian studies
By Antoine Simonin

About the project

The web is a fantastic tool, whose applications and implications are progressing at an exponential rate. So are the studies on Hellenistic and Imperial Central Asia, that really have begun to develop in the 70s and are increasing since the last twenty years. Websites dealing with ancient Central Asia exist, as well as digitized version of books, articles and reviews on the subject. But, even at the dawn of the “semantic web”, they are dispatched and thinly spread, the consequences being a great difficulty for everyone to find them and, often, the frustration to find digitized sources in a later stage, way after it would be needed.

The work presented here is made of the will to resolve this problem. This blog will mostly function like a portal: internet ressources will be listed in a large bibliography, with incorporated links to their current location on the web. This site will not host books neither articles. In this way, if an author wants to remove its work from the net, he won’t have to pay attention of this website. It’s also a way to thank those authors for their work, by repercuting in the statistics of their homepage the amount of views that can bring our website.

The main focus of the works presented here is what lays between Eastern Iranian plateau to the West and the Ganges Valley to the East, the Russian steppes to the North and the Indian Ocean to the South. This area don’t show any geographical unity, but shall be taken as one entity to understand what happened during Hellenistic and Imperial times in Antiquity. The chronological timeframe will mostly be from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC to the Sassanian uprising in 224 AD.

Most of the work will come from databases like Persee, Encyclopaedia Iranica Online or homepage of specialists. Partially available work like in GoogleBooks will maybe be added in a second time.

Trismegistos Collections

Trismegistos Collections
Trismegistos Collections is a systematic survey of all collections where texts in TM are preserved. It currently counts 3750 collections in over 50 countries. For most, basic identification and the coordinates are provided; for others, often detailed information about inventarisation and history has been collected for the now obsolete Leuven Homepage of Papyrus Collections [LHPC].

First time guide and How to cite

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Greta Franzini's Catalogue of Digital Editions
Since 2012 Greta Franzini's Catalogue of Digital Editions has been gathering digital editions in an attempt to survey and identify best practice in the field of digital scholarly editing. Other cataloguing initiatives do not provide the granular analysis of features necessary to understand the rationale and methodology behind the creation of an edition. The Catalogue is useful as it provides an accessible record of standards and building tools used, and thus an insight into past and present projects. For data-related questions, please contact Greta Franzini. For instructions on how to contribute digital editions to the Catalogue, please visit this page.

This web application was developed to deliver the Catalogue data to users in an interactive and user-friendly manner, allowing them to browse, search, filter and order the projects around their research interests. Should you have any questions, comments or feedback, do not hesitate to get in touch with the developers Peter Andorfer and Ksenia Zaytseva or visit the application's GitHub Repository.

In 2017, the Catalogue of Digital Editions won third place in the DH Awards 2016 Best DH Data Visualization category.

Please note this is a beta version of application.
Filtered by period = Antiquity, the catalogue yields 32 entries:

Saint Patrick's Confessio Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, University College Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, National University of Ireland
Vindolanda Tablets Online University of Oxford
Vindolanda Tablets Online II University of Oxford
Codex Sinaiticus St. Catherine's Monastery, Leipzig University Library, National Library of Russia, British Library
Catullus Online Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Inscriptions of the Northern Black Sea (IOSPE) The State Hermitage, King's College London (Department of Digital Humanities)
The Book of Ben Sira Rutgers University
The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition University of Kentucky
The Derveni Papyrus Università degli Studi di Genova
The Gospel according to St. John University of Birmingham
Digital Mishnah Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities (MITH)
The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha Society of Biblical Literature
Dead Sea Scrolls -
Digital Nestle-Aland -
The Vergil project. Resources for Students, Teachers, and Readers of Vergil University of Pennsylvania
M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammaton Liber IV Bowling Green State University
P. Ovidii Nasonis Heroides I -
Sexti Propertii Elegiae -
Sulpiciae Conquestio -
Claudii Claudiani Carmina Latina -
D. Iunii Iuvenalis Saturae -
Inscriptiones Graecae in Croatia Repertae (IGCR) University of Zagreb
Hyperdonat -
Inscriptions of Aphrodisias Project -
Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica -
Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania

Galenus' commentary on Hippocrates' "On the articulations" Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period University of Pennsylvania
Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine Brown University
DASI: Digital Archive for the Study of Pre-Islamic Arabian Inscriptions Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
Septuaginta LXX -
Sappho’s Poems

The Book of Ben Sira

The Book of Ben Sira
Welcome to, the website devoted to the ancient and medieval Hebrew manuscripts of the book of Ben Sira. These documents, which are housed in Cambridge, Oxford, London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, and Jerusalem, are here presented in a single platform, to allow the scholar and the interested layperson to view these precious texts. To learn more about the remarkable recovery of the once-lost Hebrew original of Ben Sira, and its presentation at our website, click on 'Introduction'. To proceed directly to the images of the disparate manuscripts, click on 'View the Manuscripts'. We invite you to explore, peruse the website, and learn more about the book of Ben Sira, its contents, and its textual history.

Questionnaire: Expectations of Digital (Textual) Editions

Expectations of Digital (Textual) Editions
This questionnaire aims at collecting information about what users expect or want from a digital edition. In this questionnaire, a digital edition is broadly defined as an edition or transcription of a text that makes use of digital technologies to enhance users' access and experience of the source material. It can be a completed or an ongoing project, and does not necessarily have to provide a critical commentary. A mere replica of a printed edition is, in this instance, not considered to be a digital edition.
The questions build upon the feature list provided by the Catalogue of Digital Editions [ and], and the answers obtained will be examined against the editions currently contained in the Catalogue to compare the user needs of the community with the digital editions that have been built by the community.
The questionnaire contains 20 questions and is completely anonymous. We don’t ask for demographic information such as age, gender, ethnicity or religion. The results will be made publicly available and will be also included in Greta Franzini's PhD dissertation. Creators of digital editions may wish to consider these results for the improvement of their existing projects or in preparation for the development of new ones.
The questionnaire should take no more than 15 minutes to complete and closes on 30th April 2017. Please share it with colleagues and friends who might be able to contribute! For further information about this questionnaire or about how the data will be used, please contact Greta Franzini at g.franzini.11(AT)

Digitization Projects: Göttinger Digitalisierungszentrums (GDZ)

[First posted in AWOL 5 June 2013, updated 30 March 2017]

Göttinger Digitalisierungszentrums (GDZ)
Aufgabe des GDZ ist es Druckwerke, Handschriften und Bildwerke elektronisch zu erfassen und zu präsentieren. Den Nutzern aus Forschung, Lehre und Studium werden damit weltweit große Mengen wissenschaftlich relevanter Texte in digitaler Form zur Verfügung gestellt.
Nutzen Sie unsere umfangreiche Sammlung mit über 15 Mio. digitalisierten Seiten und informieren Sie sich über die von uns angebotenen Dienstleistungen auf der Webseite der SUB Göttingen!

The task of the GDZ is to record data such as prints, manuscripts and illustrations and to present them. Scientists, teachers and students will find a large amount of scholarly relevant texts in digitized form. 

Make use of our extensive collections with more than 5 million digitized pages and read up on our services offered.  

More informations about the Center for Retrospective Digitization (GDZ) you will find on the SUB Göttingen website. 

Among the categories of content, the following relate most closely to Antiquity

    Treffer in Sammlungen

    Treffer in Kategorien

      Wednesday, March 29, 2017

      Artifacts Out of Context: Their Curation, Ownership, and Repatriation

      Journal of Eastern MediterraneanArchaeology and Heritage Studies Forum: Artifacts Out of Context: Their Curation, Ownership, and Repatriation
      Introduction (*Open Access for 3 Months*)

      Ann E. Killebrew and Sandra A. Scham
      Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies 5 (1): 1–6


      Open Access Journal: HISTORIKA Studi di storia greca e romana

      ISSN 2240-774X
      e-ISSN 2039-4985
      Historika è una pubblicazione a periodicità annuale edita dall’Università degli Studi di Torino (Dipartimento di Studi Storici - Storia antica) in collaborazione con la casa editrice universitaria Celid. Nasce per iniziativa dei docenti di storia greca e romana dell’Ateneo torinese: intende proporre al lettore ricerche su “oggetti” storici e storiografici, historika/historica appunto, i quali, segnati nel mondo greco e romano dall’identità linguistica e metodologica di historìa/historia, continuano a suscitare oggi come allora scritti storici, historika grammata.

      Historika sperimenta la diffusione on line ad accesso aperto, aderisce alla “Dichiarazione di Berlino” (Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities) e, nell’ambito della ricerca universitaria in storia antica, promuove la comunicazione e il dibattito scientifico nell’età del web: senza rinunciare all’edizione cartacea, diffonde le proprie pubblicazioni nel proprio sito internet e depositandole nei repository e nelle open libraries internazionali, pratica la peer review anonima al fine della valutazione dei testi proposti al comitato scientifico ed editoriale, conserva all’autore la piena proprietà intellettuale del testo pubblicato (con il solo vincolo di citare la pubblicazione su Historika qualora si riproponga il testo, in tutto o in parte, in altra sede), riconosce al lettore il diritto di accedere gratuitamente ai risultati della ricerca scientifica finanziata con risorse pubbliche.

      Historika è a disposizione della comunità scientifica internazionale per accogliere contributi innovativi e originali inerenti alla storia antica dal periodo arcaico a quello tardoantico. In particolare sono specifici obiettivi di Historika la storia politica, istituzionale, sociale, economica e culturale, la ricerca epigrafica e il suo contributo alla macro e microstoria, l'uso politico e ideologico del passato greco e romano nelle età postclassiche.

      Call of papers Historika VII

      Sono aperte le proposte per il VII volume - anno 2017. Entro giugno 2017 gli Autori possono proporre i loro testi, scrivendo via email alla redazione oppure attraverso la registrazione sul sito e apposita procedura on line.


      See AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

      Open Access Léxico de magia y religión en los papiros mágicos griegos (LMPG)

      [First posted in AWOL 21 December 2012, updated 29 March 2017]

      LMPG en línea (Léxico de magia y religión en los papiros mágicos griegos)
      LMPG en línea es la edición digital del libro Léxico de magia y religión en los papiros mágicos griegos, obra de Luis Muñoz Delgado publicada en 2001 como Anejo V del Diccionario Griego-Español. Esta edición en línea está concebida como un paso más en el proyecto de digitalización de nuestras publicaciones. Ha sido realizada a partir de la conversión en XML del Léxico, con una estructura acorde con las recomendaciones de la TEI P5.

      Los papiros mágicos griegos, que se sitúan cronológicamente entre los siglos II a.C. y V d.C., ofrecen un amplio e impresionante panorama sobre las prácticas mágico-religiosas en el Egipto greco-romano. En este léxico vienen recogidos y estudiados más de dos mil quinientos términos relacionados con la magia y la religión atestiguados en estos documentos, tal y como se encuentran recogidos en las ediciones de K. Preisendanz (Papyri Graecae Magicae) y de R. Daniel y F. Maltomini (Supplementum Magicum). También han sido tenidos en cuenta algunos papiros editados con posterioridad a esta última edición. Para más información sobre el planteamiento y contenido de este Léxico remitimos a la Introducción a cargo del autor.

      En su contribución al volumen The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology (ed. R.S. Bagnall, Oxford, O.U.P., 2009, pp.644-660), titulada «The Future of Papyrology», Peter van Minnen señala (p. 652), junto a la presencia del corpus de Preisendanz en el Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, la existencia de este léxico, si bien lamenta que, en su versión impresa, no resulte tan útil como una “fully searchable database”. Esperamos que LMPG en línea constituya un avance significativo en esta dirección para los estudios papirológicos y sobre la magia y la religión griega en general.

      LMPG en línea es un recurso open access, siguiendo la política institucional del CSIC, que en 2006 suscribió la Declaración de Berlín sobre el acceso abierto al conocimiento en las Humanidades y las Ciencias.

      Open Access Journal: Ancient Religions eJournal

       [First posted in AWOL 28 October 2014, updated 29 March 2017]

      Ancient Religions eJournal 

      This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts having a primary focus on the religions of Greece and Rome. Papers dealing with specifically Greek or Roman religion will appear in the appropriate subcategory, more general or comparative work in the General subcategory. The Religions of Peripheral Cultures has its own subcategory. The subcategory for Christianity has three subdivisions for History, Theology and Cult. Additional subcategories and/or subdivisions of them will be added as appropriate.
      Click here to Browse our Electronic Library to view our archives of abstracts and associated full text papers published in this journal.

      Ancient Religions eJournal Advisory Board Click on the individual's name below to view the editor or advisory board member's author home page.

      Andrew L. Ford

      Carin M. Green

      Judith Evans Grubbs

      Dirk Obbink

      Josiah Ober

      Andrew M. Riggsby

      Ruth S. Scodel
      Recent Articles:
      Incl. Electronic Paper Sisyphus as a Means of Imagining the Underworld
      Erin Thompson
      CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
      Date Posted: February 28, 2017
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Some Jokes About the Underworld on Greek Vases as Evidence for Debates About the Afterlife
      Erin Thompson
      CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
      Date Posted: February 28, 2017
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Sepulchral Symbolism and Workshop Comparison of the Raptus of the Sabines Sarcophagus and the Metilia Acte Sarcophagus
      International Journal of Archaeology 2015; 3(1): 1-7
      Fred Ashley White
      University of Florida
      Date Posted: February 04, 2017
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Chaldean and Neo-Platonic Theology
      Philosophia e-journal of philosophy & culture 14
      Katelis Viglas
      Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
      Date Posted: December 29, 2016
      Last Revised: January 06, 2017
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Is God in the Clouds?: A Note on Xenophanes
      Philosophical Inquiry, Forthcoming, Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 16/103
      Michael Sevel
      The University of Sydney Law School
      Date Posted: December 09, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper From History of Philosophy: Conscience and Love in the Doctrine of the Cappadocians
      The 9th Israeli Conference for the Study of Contemporary Religion and Spirituality (ICSCRS), 13-14.10.2016
      Oleg V. Pavenkov, Vladimir Pavenkov and Mariia V. Rubtcova
      St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television, St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television and St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television
      Date Posted: October 18, 2016
      Last Revised: January 10, 2017
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Theology and Disability: Reexamining Scripture as It Applies to Stuttering
      Journal of the Christian Institute on Disability (JCID) Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2016
      Daniel Koblitz
      Regent University, School of Law, Students
      Date Posted: August 14, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Diverse Attitude Toward Daoist Ecological Thought and Enlightenment
      Wei Dai
      Assumption University, Students
      Date Posted: August 11, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper How to Sanctify Politics with Ethics? The Teachings of Thirukkural
      Subramaniam Chandran
      Vinayaka Missions University
      Date Posted: August 05, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper فتنة تفسير معاني القرآن وترجمته للغة الاسبانية بين إشكالية التفسير والتحريف الصريح للقرآن (The problematic of the Quran translation into Spanish language into manipulation and manifest mutation of the Quranic basis)
      Samer Alnasir
      Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
      Date Posted: July 27, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Reconsidering the Role of Memory in Religious Education
      Religious Education: The official journal of the Religious Education Association, 110:1, 52-69, DOI: 10.1080/00344087.2015.989096 (2015)
      Robert Jamie Brancatelli
      Fordham University, Gabelli School of Business
      Date Posted: June 30, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Mediation and Immediacy in the Jewish Legal Tradition
      Bernard Jackson
      University of Manchester
      Date Posted: June 29, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Does Religion Influence Views Toward Homosexuality: An Empirical Study of 16 Countries
      Robert W. McGee
      Fayetteville State University - Department of Accounting
      Date Posted: June 25, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Interfaith Marriages, a Social Problem Nowadays and a Religious Positive Perspective. The Theological Background of it in the Bible
      Altarul Reintregirea, 2016
      Cosmin Tudor Ciocan
      Ovidius University of Constanta - Faculty of Orthodox Theology
      Date Posted: May 26, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Religiosity and the Impact of Religious Secondary Schooling
      Allyssa A Wadsworth and Jay K Walker
      Niagara University and Niagara University
      Date Posted: May 08, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper تورات کی تدوین کا "دستاویزی نظریہ": ایک تنقیدی جائزہ ('Documentary Theory' about the Compilation of the Torah: A Critical Analysis)
      Fikr-o-Nazar, 50:1 (2012), 59-98
      Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad
      International Islamic University, Islamabad
      Date Posted: May 05, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper توریت کا نزول یکبارگی ہوا یا تدریجاً؟ (Was the Torah Revealed at Once?)
      Tahqeeqat-i-Islami, 31:1 (2012), 33-56.
      Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad
      International Islamic University, Islamabad
      Date Posted: May 05, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Theocracy
      Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought, Princeton University Press, 2012, 547-549.
      Mirjam Künkler
      Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study
      Date Posted: May 04, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Hearts of the Parents to Their Children; the Hearts of the Children to Their Parents: D’Var Torah for Shabbat Hagadol
      Perry Dane
      Rutgers Law School
      Date Posted: April 25, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Doctrina Trinității În Perioada Patristică - Partea I (The Doctrine of Trinity in the Patristic Period - First Part)
      TheoRhēma 10/1 (2015),
      Zoltan Szallos-Farkas
      Institutul Teologic Adventist
      Date Posted: April 20, 2016
      Last Revised: April 28, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Ideological Background of Emperor Constantine’s Religious Policy
      TheoRhēma 10/2 (2015),
      Tibor Tonhaizer
      Institutul Teologic Adventist
      Date Posted: April 18, 2016
      Last Revised: August 02, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Examining the Metaphors in Photographs of Patriarch Alexey II: Multimodal and Visual Sociology's Approaches
      11th Conference of the Association for Researching and Applying Metaphor, 1-4 July, 2016 Berlin, Germany
      Mariia V. Rubtcova, Oleg V. Pavenkov and Vladimir Pavenkov
      St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television, St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television and St. Petersburg University of Cinema and Television
      Date Posted: March 28, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper F.F. Bosworth: A Historical Analysis of His Ministry Development Using Social Cognitive Career Theory
      Verbatim etc Ecclesia, 32 (1)
      Roscoe Barnes III and Graham A Duncan
      Independent and University of Pretoria
      Date Posted: February 08, 2016
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Koran as Primary Evidence? - Sidjin and Djin
      A. J. Deus
      Date Posted: December 17, 2015
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Nasara in the Koran
      A. J. Deus
      Date Posted: December 16, 2015
      Last Revised: January 09, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Maimonides and Miracles: The Evolution of a (Dis)Belief
      Jewish History 18: 147–172, 2004,
      Tzvi Langermann
      Bar-Ilan University
      Date Posted: November 23, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Nature and Function of Auspicia in Roman Religion and Roman Political System
      International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015
      Siddiq Ali Chishti and Muhammad Ifzal Mehmood
      International Islamic University Islamabad and International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), Students
      Date Posted: August 27, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Deuteronomy 34: The Death of Moses, Not of Source Criticism
      Journal of Biblical Literature 133, no. 1 (2014)
      Shawna Dolansky
      Carleton University - College of the Humanities
      Date Posted: August 25, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Redemptive Ambiguity: 'Endless Talk' About John Brown as a Political-Theological Good
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: May 27, 2015
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Spirit-ual Bodies: St. John Paul II's Experiential Pneumatology
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: May 27, 2015
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Muhammad and the Umayyad Dynasty's Conversion to Islam
      A. J. Deus
      Date Posted: April 20, 2015
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Outline of Revelation: Defining Integration Points Throughout the Epistle
      Aeron Zentner
      Coastline Community College
      Date Posted: March 26, 2015
      Last Revised: September 04, 2016
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Interdependenţa Dintre Religie Şi Cultură. Strategii Europene De Dezvoltare Culturală Cu Privire La Conservarea Patrimoniului Religios (The Interdependence between Religion and Culture. European Strategy for Cultural Development on Religious Heritage Conservation)
      Fer Simona
      University of Oradea - Faculty of History, International Relations, Political Sciences and Communication Sciences (IRISPSC)
      Date Posted: March 25, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper К прочтению ивритского граффити на штукатурке из Херсонеса Таврического (To Reading of Graffiti in Hebrew on Plaster from Tauric Chersonesos)
      Mikhail M. Choref
      Nizhnevartovsk State University
      Date Posted: March 24, 2015
      Last Revised: November 19, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Religious Culture, Democratisation and Patterns Of Technological Innovation
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      Mario Coccia
      National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
      Date Posted: March 19, 2015
      Working Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper How is Forgiveness Possible? Toward an Orthodox and Ascetic Answer
      Dylan James O'Brien Pahman
      Acton Institute
      Date Posted: February 27, 2015
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      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: February 19, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Independent Science, Integrated Theology: How Process Theology Can Inform Christian Orthodox Theodicy
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: February 19, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Dominion and Stewardship: Imaging God in Creation
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: February 19, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Is Scripture the Only Legitimate Norm for Christian Theology?
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: February 19, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper The Form of Jesus Christ: A Balthasarian Conversation
      Matthew P Cavedon
      affiliation not provided to SSRN
      Date Posted: February 19, 2015
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      Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 1049, 2014, Whittier Law School Research Paper
      Seval Yildirim
      Whittier Law School
      Date Posted: February 10, 2015
      Last Revised: February 12, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

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      Regent University School of Law
      Date Posted: February 05, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper Durkheim's Theory of Triangular Force Relations and Its Application to Christian Collegia in the Roman Empire
      Thomas R. Young
      Date Posted: January 22, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Diaspora, the West and the Law. The Birth of Christian Literature Through the Letters of Paul and the End of Diaspora.
      P. G. Monateri
      SciencesPo, Ecole de Droit
      Date Posted: January 16, 2015
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      Incl. Electronic Paper Antiquarianism as Genealogy: Arnaldo Momigliano's Method
      History and Theory 53.2 (2014): 212-233.
      Rebecca Gould
      University of Bristol
      Date Posted: January 12, 2015
      Last Revised: February 24, 2015
      Accepted Paper Series

      Incl. Electronic Paper The Alexamenos Graffito and Its Rhetorical Contribution to Anti-Christian Polemic
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      Date Posted: January 10, 2015
      Last Revised: January 21, 2015
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      Panjab University
      Date Posted: January 08, 2015
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      Coastline Community College
      Date Posted: December 16, 2014
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      Benjamin Victor Waters
      Rice University
      Date Posted: November 09, 2014
      Last Revised: May 03, 2016
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