Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Open Access Journal: Classics Convivium Newsletter

Classics Convivium Newsletter
Internationally renowned for its scholarly excellence and its graduate programs, the Department {of Classics, University of Michigan] is also deeply committed to the education of undergraduates at the University. Faculty and students work closely with the Kelsey Museum and its collection of antiquities and the Papyrus Collection in the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.

Fall 2017

  • Kea Update
  • Inside-Out Prison Exchange
  • Copley Latin Day
  • The Art and Science of Healing
  • UM Modern Greek and the "Global Graffiti Project"
  • MLK Symposium: Teach-In on Racist Appropriations of the Classical World: Past and Present
  • Carrie Arbour Study Abroad
  • 2017 Scholarships
  • 2017 Photo Competition
  • Winter Events

Fall 2016

  • Olynthos Update
  • The Codex of Justinian 
  • Book Making Workshop with Rolando Estévez in Latin 469
  • Copley Latin Day 
  • Bicentennial 
  • Karanis Collaboratory
  • Carrie Arbour Study Abroad 2016 Scholarships
  • 2016 Photo Competition
  • Upcoming Events

Fall 2015

  • Field Updates
  • The (Big) House of Atreus: A 21st Century Reading of Tony Morrison in a Satat Correctional Facility
  • UM-NU Reception Workshop
  • Copley Latin Day
  • Traveling in Greece, Living History
  • North American Papyrology Seminar
  • Carrie Arbour Study Abroad Scholarships
  • 2015 Photo Competition

Fall 2014

  • Greek Sport
  • Field Updates
  • Translating the Facade of Angell Hall
  • A Latin Weekend
  • Survey Lessons
  • Jeromes
  • Matt Cohn, ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award
  • Carrie Arbour Study Abroad 2014 Scholarships

Fall 2013

  • Gabii Update
  • Stamboulidis Fund for Exploring Classical Arts and Culture
  • 2013 Jerome Lecture Series
  • Kate Bosher will be Missed
  • Roman Error Conference
  • Bruce Frier "Retires"
  • Rebecca Sears, ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award
  • Carrie Arbour Study Abroad 2013 Scholarships

Spring 2012                      

  • Teaching Medical Terminology
  • Latin for Everybody
  • Platsis Review
  • Francis W. Kelsey
  • First Year Writing Seminar
  • Inter Versiculos
  • CFC Translation
  • Honors Thesis Writers
  • 2012 Else Lecture

Spring 2011

  • 2010 Platsis Review
  • Elizabeth Kovach Fund
  • Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity
  • P. Asso, E. Heiden & S. Hutchings Senior Honors theses

Spring 2010

  • Constantine Cavafy
  • Archaeology Conference
  • Fiat/Chrysler Scholars
  • Gabii Project
  • Greeks and Barbarians

Winter 2009

  • Anatomy Lesson
  • Platsis Symposium
  • Jerome Lecture
  • The Argument
  • Gabii Project
  • Roma Viva
  • Grad Student Conference

Fall 2008

  • Chicks with Bricks–Warrior Women
  • Colchis
  • Latin Teaching
  • Phi lomel
  • Facult y & Graduate Student News

Winter 2008 

  • Indo European Language and Culture 
  • Platsis Symposium
  • Tapinocyba cameroni 
  • Students at Large


Open Access Journal: Royal Ontario Museum Archaeological Newsletter

 [First posted in AWOL 26 April 2010. Updated 13 November 2018 (This is no longer at the ROM website. Links now to the Internet Archive)]

Royal Ontario Museum Archaeological Newsletter
ISSN : 0563-9239
The Archaeological Newsletter (ANL) began life in 1956 as a chatty letter from the trenches of the Jerusalem Project to ROM members back in Canada. The late Dr. Douglas A. Tushingham thought that members might like to be kept informed about the latest research that ROM archaeologists were doing in the field. The ANL proved to be very popular as members felt connected to their Museum and its research in a tangible way. They also enjoyed reading about how, even indirectly, their financial contributions were helping to further archaeological research at the ROM. 
In the years following, it evolved into a four-page, text and images report with each issue focusing on an individual aspect of on-going excavation, lab research or other archaeological work by ROM curators, staff or research associates. Topic areas have included interim reports on long-term excavation and survey projects, blood residue, petrographic, and use-wear analyses, detecting ceramic fakes, underwater archaeology, public archaeology, epigraphic recording, the early use of archaeological databases, and rock art research among many others. Articles have centred on research in areas as diverse as China, Ontario, Egypt and Sudan, Yemen, Belize, and Peru among others.
The Archaeological Newsletter has been a favourite of ROM members and people interested in archaeology around the world. Prominent research libraries worldwide subscribe to the ANL and the ROM receives frequent research requests for back issues. We are pleased to now offer the Archaeological Newsletter online and plan to post back issues at a future date. 

Please check back frequently for new and archived issues!

Latest Issue
No Garden in Eden: Hunting for Syria’s First Urban Dwellers
Series IV, No. 6, December 2009
Clemens Reichel, Associate Curator (Ancient Near East), Department of World Cultures, ROM, & Assistant Professor (Mesopotamian Archaeology), Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto.
ANL Archived Issues
Archived Issues
Making the Pottery Cross at the Monastery of St. Moses the Abyssinian, Syria
Series IV, No. 5, May 2009
Robert Mason, Department of World Cultures, ROM & Department of Near and Middle Eastern
Civilizations, University of Toronto.
Monks and Masons at the Monastery of St. Moses the Abyssinian, Syria
Series IV, No. 4, December 2008
Robert Mason, Department of World Cultures, ROM & Department of Near and Middle Eastern
Civilizations, University of Toronto.
Who Owns the Cave? - Zhoukoudian Cave Revisited.
Series IV, No. 3, May 2008
Chen Shen, Senior Curator, Department of World Cultures
Xiaoling Zhang, PhD Candidate, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
A Horse’s Tail Tale or Not?
Series IV, No. 2, October 2007, by Mima Kapches
Ancient Beer: or the wayward ethnographic wanderings of an archaeologist
Series IV, No. 1, April 2007
Dr. Justin Jennings, Associate Curator, Department of World Cultures
The Tomb of Amenmose: Almost Done
Series III, No. 18, March 2006
Roberta L. Shaw, Assistant Curator, Department of World Cultures
Mausoleum of Mamluk Emir Kabir Qurqumas in Cairo
Series III, No. 17, April 2005, by Krysztof Ciuk
Please note: Each archaeology newsletter is a PDF that opens in a new window.

One Off Journal Issues: Vestigia feminarum: Arqueología, género y memori

Occasionally issues of journals where one might not normally think to look produce thematic issues of interest. Availability online makes them much more discoverable. A case in point:


Revista Arenal » Números » Volumen 24, número 1
Portada

Vestigia feminarum: Arqueología,
género y memoria

Vol. 24, nº 1
Enero-Junio 2017

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DOSSIER

Vestigia feminarum: Arqueología, género y memoria

Coordinan: María Dolores Mirón Pérez

ESTUDIOS


TEXTOS Y DOCUMENTOS


Noticias, volumen nº 23-2



SCRIPTORES LATINI IN USUM DELPHINI et BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA LATINA

 [First posted in AWOL 8 June 2014, updated (new URLs) 13 November 2018]

SCRIPTORES LATINI IN USUM DELPHINI et BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA LATINA
In hac tabula, cuncta volumina illius celeberrimi operis "in usum Delphini" ordinavimus, quae apud Google Books ita sunt permixta, variis editionibus paginisque minime inter se congruentibus, ut vix depromi possint sine magna temporis iactura. Deinde adiecimus volumina Bibliothecae Classicae Latinae, opus dignissimum licet paulo doctius quam Delphini. Qui litteras antiquas legit, magnum commodum capiet ex notis quae in hac aut illa editione adhibentur. Si singula volumina adire taedet, omnia seorsum in hoc loco necnon hoc loco congessimus.
Dans cette table, vous trouverez tous les volumes de la célèbre série "in usum Delphini" des auteurs latins, qui ont pour particularité de rendre les textes accessibles au lecteur au moyen des notes grammaticales et historiques, écrites entièrement en latin. Nous avons ajouté les volumes de la Bibliotheca latina classica, un peu plus savants, mais très utiles pour le débutant.



SCRIPTORES LATINI IN USUM DELPHINI BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA LATINA
Apuleius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-559 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 2, pp. 561-1030 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 3, pp. 1033-1577 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 4, pp. 1581-2028 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 5, pp. 2029-2520 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 6, pp. 2521-3044 Google Books
Apuleius, Vol. 7, pp. 3045-3368, index Google Books


Appendix Google Books
Aulus Gellius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-648 Google Books
Aulus Gellius, Vol. 2, pp. 649-1276 Google Books
Aulus Gellius, Vol. 3, pp. 1277-1658, index Google Books

Aurelius Victor, Vol. 1, pp. 1-453 Google Books
Aurelius Victor, Vol. 2, pp. 457-874, index Google Books

Ausonius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-454 Google Books
Ausonius, Vol. 2, pp. 455-886 Google Books
Ausonius, Vol. 3, pp. 889-1394, index Google Books

Boethius, pp. 1-579, index Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 1, pp. 1-637 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 2, pp. 642-888, index Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 3, pp. 892-1682 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 4, pp. 1685-2090 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 1 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 2 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 3 Google Books
Caesar, Vol. 4 Google Books
Catullus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-440 Google Books
Catullus, Vol. 2, pp. 441-837, index Google Books
Catullus Google Books
Cicero, Clavis Ciceroniana Google Books
Cicero, Epistolae, Vol. 1, pp. 1-545 Google Books
Cicero, Epistolae, Vol. 2, pp. 547-1177 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 1, pp. 1-638 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 2, pp. 639-1232 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 3, pp. 1233-1822 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 4, pp. 1823-2395 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 5, pp. 2397-3005 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 6, pp. 3007-3490 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 1, pp. 1-793 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 2, pp. 794-1580 Google Books
Cicero, Rhetorica, Vol. 1, pp. 1-582 Google Books
Cicero, Rhetorica, Vol. 2, pp. 583-1251 Google Books
Cicero, Rhetorica, Vol. 3, pp. 1253-1902 Google Books
Cicero, Epistolae, Vol. 1 Google Books
Cicero, Epistolae, Vol. 2 Google Books
Cicero, Epistolae, Vol. 3 Google Books
Cicero, Fragmenta Google Books
Cicero, Indices Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 1 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 2 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 3 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 4 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 5 Google Books
Cicero, Orationes, Vol. 6 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 1 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 2 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 3 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 4 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 5, Pars 1 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 5, Pars 2 Google Books
Cicero, Philosophica, Vol. 6 Google Books
Cicero, Rhetorica, Vol. 1 Google Books
Cicero, Rhetorica, Vol. 2 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-508 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 2, pp. 509-984 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 3, pp. 986-1478 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 4, pp. 1479-1774, index Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Claudianus, Vol. 2, Pars 2, indices Google Books
Dictys Cretensis, Vol. 1, pp. 1-647, index Google Books
Eutropius, pp. 1-546, index Google Books
Florus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-432 Google Books
Florus, Vol. 2, pp. 435-1139, index Google Books
Florus Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-546 Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 2, pp. 547-1154 Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 3, pp. 1155-1760 Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 4, pp. 1761-2025, index Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Horatius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Justinus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-607 Google Books
Justinus, Vol. 2, pp. 611-1078, index Google Books
Justinus Google Books
Juvenalis, Vol. 1, pp. 1-544 Google Books
Juvenalis, Vol. 2, pp. 545-1175 Google Books
Juvenalis, Vol. 3, pp. 1178-1276, index Google Books
Juvenalis et Persius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Juvenalis et Persius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Juvenalis et Persius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-688 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 2, pp. 689-1389 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 3, pp. 1393-2074 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 4, pp. 2075-2727 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 5, pp. 2729-3377 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 6, pp. 3379-3988 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 7, pp. 3389-4684 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 8, pp. 4685-5378 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 9, pp. 5380-6046 Google Books

Livius, Vol. 10, pp. 6047-6717 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 11, pp. 6719-7513 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 12, pp. 7515-8118 Google Books

Livius, Vol. 13, pp. 8119-8856 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 14, pp. 8557-9530 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 15, pp. 9531-10249 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 16, pp. 10251-10857 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 17, pp. 10859-11514 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 18, pp. 11515-12178 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 19, pp. 12179-12728 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 20, pp. 12731-12813, index Google Books
Livius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 4 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 5 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 6 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 7 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 8 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 9 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 10 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 11 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 12, Pars 1 Google Books
Livius, Vol. 12, Pars 2 Google Books

Lucanus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Lucanus, Vol. 2, Pars 1 Google Books
Lucanus, Vol. 2, Pars 2 Google Books
Lucretius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-572 Google Books
Lucretius, Vol. 2, pp. 573-1166 Google Books
Lucretius, Vol. 3, pp. 1167-1751, index Google Books
Lucretius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Lucretius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Manilius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-502 Google Books
Manilius, Vol. 2, pp. 503-956, index Google Books

Martialis, Vol. 1, pp. 1-566 Google Books
Martialis, Vol. 2, pp. 567-1074 Google Books
Martialis, Vol. 3, pp. 1077-1479, index Google Books
Martialis, Vol. 1 Google Books
Martialis, Vol. 2 Google Books
Martialis, Vol. 3 Google Books
Nepos, Vol. 1, pp. 1-428 Google Books
Nepos, Vol. 2, pp. 429-747, index Google Books
Nepos Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-560 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 2, pp. 561-1074 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 3, pp. 1075-1628 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 4, pp. 1629-2232 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 5, pp. 2233-2832 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 6, pp. 2835-3482 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 7, pp. 3484-4084 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 8, pp. 4085-4315, index Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 9, index Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 4 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 5 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 6 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 7 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 8 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 9, Pars 1 Google Books
Ovidius, Vol. 9, Pars 2 Google Books
Panegyrici Veteres, Vol. 1, pp. 1-440 Google Books
Panegyrici Veteres, Vol. 2, pp. 443-1100 Google Books
Panegyrici Veteres, Vol. 3, pp. 1103-1621 Google Books
Panegyrici Veteres, Vol. 4, pp. 1625-2208 Google Books
Panegyrici Veteres, Vol. 5, pp. 2209-2510, index Google Books

Paterculus, pp. 1-502, index Google Books
Persius, pp. 1-304, index Google Books Vide Juvenalis et Persius
Phaedrus, pp. 1-756, index Google Books Phaedrus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Phaedrus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-559 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 2, pp. 561-1074 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 3, pp. 1075-1585 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 4, pp. 1587-2076 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 5, pp. 2077-2242, index Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 3 Google Books
Plautus, Vol. 4 Google Books

Plinius Junior, Vol. 1 Google Books
Plinius Junior, Vol. 2 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-544 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 2, pp. 546-1065 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 3, pp. 1067-1677 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 4, pp. 1679-2250 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 5, pp. 2251-2790 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 6, pp. 2791-3212 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 7, pp. 3313-3835 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 8, pp. 3837-4418 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 9, pp. 4419-5020 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 10, pp. 5021-5654 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 11, pp. 5655-5869, index Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 12, index Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 2, Pars 1 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 2, Pars 2 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 4 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 5 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 6 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 7, Pars 1 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 7, Pars 2 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 8 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 9 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 10, Pars 1 Google Books
Plinius, Vol. 10, Pars 2 Google Books

Poetae Latini Minores, indices Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 1 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 2 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 3 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 4 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 5 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 6 Google Books
Poetae Latini Minores, Vol. 7 Google Books
Pompeius Festus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-448 Google Books
Pompeius Festus, Vol. 2, pp. 449-945 Google Books
Pompeius Festus, Vol. 3, pp. 947-1238, index Google Books

Propertius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-506 Google Books
Propertius, Vol. 2, pp. 507-930, index Google Books
Propertius Google Books
Prudentius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-610 Google Books
Prudentius, Vol. 2, pp. 611-1188, Google Books
Prudentius, Vol. 3, pp. 1189-1540, index Google Books


Quintilianus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 3 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 4 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 5 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 6 Google Books
Quintilianus, Vol. 7 Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-579 Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 2, pp. 581-1138 Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 3, pp. 1139-1637, index Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Quintus Curtius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Sallustius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-374 Google Books
Sallustius, Vol. 2, pp. 376-850, index Google Books
Sallustius Google Books

Seneca, Declamatoria Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 1 Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 2 Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 3 Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 4 Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 5 Google Books
Seneca, Philosophica, Vol. 5, Pars 2 Google Books
Seneca, Tragica, Vol. 1 Google Books
Seneca, Tragica, Vol. 2 Google Books
Seneca, Tragica, Vol. 3 Google Books

Silius Italicus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Silius Italicus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-589 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 2, pp. 592-1108 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 3, pp. 1111-1615 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 4, pp. 1619-2071, index Google Books
Statius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Statius, Vol. 4 Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-531 Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 2, pp. 533-1005 Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 3, pp. 1007-1528 Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 4, pp. 1529-1819, index Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Suetonius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-652 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 2, pp. 653-1384 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 3, pp. 1385-2044 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 4, pp. 2046-2750 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 5, pp. 2751-3230 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 6, pp. 3231-3765 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 7, pp. 3769-4447 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 8, pp. 4449-4561 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 9, supplementum, pp. 1-560 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 10, index Google Books
Tacitus, indices Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 3 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 4 Google Books
Tacitus, Vol. 5 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-537 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 2, pp. 539-1021 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 3, pp. 1025-1692 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 4, pp. 1693-1726, index Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 2, Pars 1 Google Books
Terentius, Vol. 2, Pars 2 Google Books
Tibullus, pp. 1-613, index Google Books Tibullus Google Books

Valerius Flaccus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Valerius Flaccus, Vol. 2 Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 1, pp. 1-464 Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 2, pp. 465-907 Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 3, pp. 911-1410, index Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 1 Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 2, Pars 1 Google Books
Valerius Maximus, Vol. 2, Pars 2 Google Books

Velleius Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 1, pp. 1-558 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 2, pp. 559-1220 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 3, pp. 1221-1718 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 4, pp. 1719-2168 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 5, pp. 2169-2735 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 6, pp. 2735-3439 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 7, pp. 3439-3956 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 8, pp. 3957-4624 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 9, index Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 1 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 2 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 3 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 4 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 5 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 6 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 7 Google Books
Virgilius, Vol. 8 Google Books

Monday, November 12, 2018

Open Access Journal: Rundbrief Grabungstechnik (Newsletter)

Rundbrief Grabungstechnik (Newsletter) 
Vom Verband für Grabungstechnik und Feldarchäologie wird zweimal jährlich der „Rundbrief Grabungstechnik“ als E-Journal herausgegeben. Dieser Newsletter wird per Email an eingetragene Abonnenten versendet.
Alle bisher erschienenen Rundbriefe stehen im folgenden Archiv zum Download bereit:
Nr. 12/2017
Nr. 11/2017
Nr. 10/2016
Nr.  9/2016
Nr.  8/2015
Nr.  7/2015
Nr.  6/2014
Nr.  5/2014
Nr.  4/2013
Nr.  3/2013
Nr.  2/2012
Nr.  1/2012

New Open Access Journal: Revista Otarq: Otras arqueologías

Revista Otarq: Otras arqueologías
ISSN: 2530-4933
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OTARQ pretende ser una publicación científica sobre Arqueología, que muestre otras expresiones científicas e investigaciones que enriquezcan los nuevos planteamientos que reclama la profesión arqueológica. “Otras arqueologías” que, durante mucho tiempo han sido olvidadas tanto en planes de estudio, como en eventos y publicaciones científicas. Y más en concreto, en aquellos trabajos que reflejen tanto la inter como la transdisciplinariedad de la Arqueología.
El germen de la revista se encuentra en el año 2014, con la celebración en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos del I Congreso Internacional sobre Otras Arqueologías (COTARQ), que ahondaba en estos aspectos y temáticas de la investigación arqueológica.
La revista OTARQ pretende involucrar a otras disciplinas y técnicas que participen con la Arqueología en la obtención de resultados que permitan conocer mejor las sociedades pasadas, así como la didáctica y difusión de la disciplina arqueológica, interpretándola como uno de los elementos identitarios de la publicación.
Algunas líneas temáticas que pretende abordar la publicación son, el paisaje como elemento de transformación multitemporal; la arqueología de la contemporaneidad, desde su vertiente más teórica hasta los estudios centrados en el Patrimonio Industrial, servicios, conflictos, etc.; las grafías pre e históricas, consideradas como elementos de representación gráfica de las identidades y símbolos de las comunidades humanas, en sus múltiples formatos (grabados rupestres, grafitos históricos, soportes muebles, entre otros); ciencias y técnicas aplicadas a la Arqueología; la Arqueoantropología y la Bioarqueología, para comprender los aspectos relacionados con los modos de vida de las sociedades desde el tiempo pasado; análisis de los distintos procesos de comprensión del fenómeno rito/mito, como estudio de las identidades y el mundo simbólico interpretado con metodología arqueológica.
Finalmente, dentro de las temáticas queremos dar cierta importancia a los aspectos relacionados tanto con la aplicación de nuevas tecnologías en la Arqueología, como con los procesos de difusión, enseñanza y socialización del Patrimonio, en sus diferentes contextos, tanto de educación formal como informal, museografía, Arqueología Pública, etc.
Por todo ello, esta revista está dirigida a profesionales del ámbito de estas "Otras arqueologías" definidas por la temática, bien desde la Academia, la profesión liberal o cualquier otro espacio formal o informal de la práctica. En todo caso, la revista tiene un foco académico y, por ello, se espera que las propuestas se ajusten a éste.

2017

Portada

Núm. 2 (2017)

Núm. 2 (2017)
Actas COTARQ 2014 (2)
Coordinado por: Francisco Reyes, Alberto Polo e Irene Palomero (URJC)

Imagen de cubierta: «El vagón del Planetario» en Sanz

2016

Portada

Núm. 1 (2016)

Núm. 1 (2016)
Actas COTARQ 2014 (1)
Coordinado por: Francisco Reyes, Alberto Polo e Irene Palomero (URJC)

Imagen de cubierta: «Momia del Espigón» en Álvarez et. al.
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Open Access Journal: The Bible and Interpretation

[First posted in AWOL 19 July 2010. Updated 12 November 2018] 

The Bible and Interpretation
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This site, the Bible and Interpretation, is designed to appeal to a significant public and scholarly audience who are interested in the most current news and interpretations on the Bible.
It is our endeavor to bring the latest news and information in the field of biblical studies to a wide readership and to contact scholars for comment and analysis. As our site matures and grows, we will elicit articles from individuals representing the best scholarship available for the general public and student.

      Open Access Journal: Μουσείο Μπενάκη - Benaki Museum Journal

      Μουσείο Μπενάκη - Benaki Museum Journal
      ISSN: 2407-9502
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      Το Μουσείο Μπενάκη με ιδιαίτερη χαρά ανακοινώνει την έναρξη της ηλεκτρονικής κυκλοφορίας του ομότιτλου περιοδικού του, το οποίο εκδίδεται σε ετήσια βάση από το 2001. Σήμερα πια το περιοδικό Μουσείο Μπενάκη έχει καθιερωθεί ως ένα διεθνούς επιπέδου επιστημονικό βήμα για αρχαιολόγους, εθνολόγους, ανθρωπολόγους, ιστορικούς, ιστορικούς της τέχνης, μουσειολόγους και ερευνητές πολλών ακόμα ειδικοτήτων. Στην ιστοσελίδα του Μουσείου Μπενάκη σταθερά δημοσιεύονται το εξώφυλλο, τα περιεχόμενα και οι περιλήψεις των μελετών που περιλαμβάνει το εκάστοτε τεύχος.

      Το 2014 σηματοδοτεί μια νέα εποχή για το περιοδικό: χάρη στη συνεργασία με το Εθνικό Κέντρο Τεκμηρίωσης (ΕΚΤ), τα παλαιότερα αλλά και τα επόμενα τεύχη του περιοδικού Μουσείο Μπενάκη, όπως και τα παραρτήματά του θα κυκλοφορούν, παράλληλα με την έντυπη έκδοσή τους, και ηλεκτρονικά προσφέροντας έτσι εύκολη πρόσβαση τόσο στην επιστημονική κοινότητα, όσο και στο ευρύτερο κοινό.  

      The Benaki Museum has great pleasure in announcing that its journal, which has been published on an annual basis since 2001, is now available in electronic form. The journal Mouseio Benaki has established itself at international level as an academic forum for archaeologists, ethnographers, anthropologists, historians, art historians, museologists and researchers in many other disciplines. The Benaki Museum website has regularly contained the cover, list of contents and abstracts of articles for each issue of the periodical.

      2014 marks a new era for the journal: thanks to a collaboration with the National Documentation Centre (EKT), past copies as well as forthcoming issues of Mouseio Benaki, together with its supplements, will be published in print and online, thus making it easily accessible to both the academic community and the general public.

      Σελίδα εξωφύλλου
      3rd Supplement
      Edited by Dimitris Damaskos and Dimitris Plantzos
      A Singular Antiquity is an attempt to investigate the ideological strategies, somewhat improvised yet at times quite effective, through which the materiality of Greek archaeology has been employed as the foundation for the metaphysics of Greekness.

      Πίνακας Περιεχομένων

      Εισαγωγικές σελίδες

       
       
      11-30

      Antiquity and the Greek antiquities

      Mark Mazower
      33-41
      Michael Herzfeld
      43-54
      George Tolias
      55-65
      Andromache Gazi
      67-82
      Marlen Mouliou
      83-109
      Niki Sakka
      111-124
      Daphne Voudouri
      125-139
      Delia Tzortzaki
      141-161
      Vassilis Lambropoulos
      163-171

      Greek Archaeology: Paradigms and ideologies

      Kostas Kotsakis
      175-183
      Vangelis Karamanolakis
      185-195
      Dionysis Mourelatos
      197-207
      Olga Gratziou
      209-222
      Alexandra Bounia
      223-236
      Vangelis Calotychos
      237-252
      Dimitris Plantzos
      253-272
      Yannis Hamilakis
      273-284

      The imagined realities of Greekness

      Dimitris Tziovas
      287-298
      Angeliki Koufou
      299-307
      Dora F. Markatou
      309-320
      Dimitris Damaskos
      321-336
      Elena Hamalidi
      337-358
      Artemis Leontis
      359-373
      Dimitris Philippides
      375-382
      Maria Diamandi
      383-399

      Afterword

      Dimitris Damaskos
      403-407
       
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