Monday, May 25, 2020

ASCSA publications in JSTOR's COVID-19 collection


 ASCSA publications in JSTOR's COVID-19 collection


In our continuing efforts to support individuals and institutions during the COVID-19 crisis, American School of Classical Studies at Athens Publications is pleased to announce expanded access to material!
On JSTOR, in addition to Hesperia articles from 2012 onward, all volumes in our Agora, Corinth, and Hesperia Supplement series are now freely available for institutions and individuals. Further, we're happy to share that all our e-books have been entered into a COVID-19 collection, allowing institutions that do not currently subscribe to JSTOR to have access to this content.

The Book of Ben Sira

The Book of Ben Sira
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Welcome to www.bensira.org, 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.




Sunday, May 24, 2020

Open Access Journal: Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean

 [First posted in AWOL 13 April 2015, updated 24 May 2020]

Gephyra: Journal for the Ancient History and Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean
ISSN: 1309-3924 
e-ISSN: 2651-5059
GEPHYRA is an open access online journal compiled by the Research Centre for Mediterranean Languages and Cultures of Akdeniz University to publish contributions from all fields of research into Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean, insofar as they shed new light on the history and culture of this geographical and historical region. Epigraphic, archaeological, numismatic and art historical contributions, commented and evaluated material presentations, as well as historical reflections and essays are all equally welcome.
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Please contact the publisher to purchase print volumes of Gephyra before No.15 via http://www.arkeolojisanat.com
2020
  1. The Ancient Routes and New Lycian Inscriptions around Fethiye
    Sayfalar 1 - 32
    Fatih ONUR , Ş. Recai TEKOĞLU
  2. Vier Brüder, ein Grab: Rekonstruktion und Interpretation von I.Milet VI 2, 783
    Sayfalar 33 - 44
    Karin WIEDERGUT
  3. An Idol-shaped Stele with an Old Phrygian Inscription in the Territory of Nakoleia
    Sayfalar 45 - 67
    Rahşan TAMSÜ POLAT , Yusuf POLAT , Alexander LUBOTSKY
  4. Vom Symbol zum Ebenbild: Die Entstehung des Münzporträts in der griechisch-persischen Tradition
    Sayfalar 69 - 99
    Wilhelm MÜSELER
  5. Emperor Tiberius and His praecipua legionum cura in a New Bronze Tablet from AD 14
    Sayfalar 101 - 110
    Peter ROTHENHOEFER
  6. Dionysiac Associations among the Dedicants of Hosios kai Dikaios Revisiting Recently Published Inscriptions from the Mihalıççık District in North-West Galatia
    Sayfalar 111 - 133
    Altay COŞKUN
  7. The Location of Mount Masa on the Northern Border of Hellenistic Lycia
    Sayfalar 135 - 164
    Fatih ONUR
  8. Two New Milestones from the Territory of Juliopolis
    Sayfalar 165 - 172
    Fatma AVCU
  9. New Inscriptions from the Museum of Eskişehir
    Sayfalar 173 - 188
    Büşra KARABULUT
  10. Neue Weihungen an Hosios kai Dikaios aus dem Museum von Eskişehir
    Sayfalar 189 - 230
    Nalan Eda AKYÜREK ŞAHİN , Hüseyin UZUNOĞLU
  11. A Mid-Byzantine Metal Stamp from Bursa Archaeological Museum
    Sayfalar 231 - 243
    Zeynep Sencan ALTINOLUK

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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Open Access Journal: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici

[First posted in AWOL 15 March 2010. Updated 23 May 2020]

Analecta Romana Instituti Danici
P-ISSN: 0066-1392
E-ISSN: 2035-2506
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Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publicerer studier indenfor Instituttets hovedforskningsområder: humanistiske studier (f. eks. antikhistorie, arkæologi kunsthistorie, historie, litteratur, filologi), billedkunst og arkitektur. Siden 2008 udkommer tidskriftet både i en papir- og en digital udgave.
Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publishes studies within the main range of the Academy's research activities: the humanities (e.g. ancient history, archaeology, art history, history, literature, philology), the fine arts and architecture. Since 2008 the journal is published both on paper and on-line.
La rivista Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) pubblica studi nell'ambito dei settori principali di indagine dell'Accademia di Danimarca: la ricerca umanistica (storia antica, archeologia, storia dell'arte, storia, letteratura, filologia), le arti figurative e l'architettura. A cominciare da 2008 ANALECTA è pubblicata anche online.
XLIII 2018


Maurizio Paoletti
"Kleom(b)rotos, figlio di Dexilaos, (mi) dedicò". L'offerta di un atleta vincitore ad Olimpia nel santuario di Francavilla Marittima
Jan Kindberg Jacobsen, Peter Attema, Carmelo Colelli, Francesca Ipp olito, Gloria Mittica, Sine Grove Saxkjær
The Bronze and Iron Age habitation on Timpone della Motta in the light of recent research
Daniel Damgaard
Architectural Terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples on the Later Forum of Ostia
Archaic Ostia Revisited
Christine Jeanneret
Making Opera in Migration. Giuseppe Sarti's Danish Recipe for Italian Opera
Nikola D. Bellucci
Danici sodales. Schow e Zoëga nel carteggio Baffi (e Baffi nel carteggio Zoëga).
Analisi e confronti
Marianne Saabye
P.S. Krøyer, Pasquale Fosca and the Neapolitan art scene
Anna Wegener
Italian Translations of Scandinavian Literature in the Interwar Period:
A Bibliographic Overview

Reports:

Gloria Mittica & Nicoletta Perrone
Espressioni votive e rituali nel Santuario arcaico di Timpone della Motta.
Le novità dagli scavi DIR 2017
Domenico A. M. Marino & Carmelo Colelli
Crotone.
Lo scavo urbano di Fondo Gesù
XLII - 2017

Sine Grove Saxkjær
The Emergence and Marking of Ethnic Identities: Case Studies from the Sibaritide Region
Alessia Di Santi
From Egypt to Copenhagen. The Provenance of the Portraits of Augustus, Livia, and Tiberius at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Lars Boje Mortensen
The Canons of the Medieval Literature from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century
Søren Kaspersen
Body Language and Theology in the Sistine Ceiling. A Reconsideration of the Augustinian Thesis
Nicholas Stanley-Price
The Myth of Catholic Prejudice against Protestant Funerals in Eighteenth- Century Rome
Annika Skaarup Larsen
Bertel Thorvaldsen and Zeuxis: The Assembling Artist
Kaspar Thormod
Depicting People in Rome: Contemporary Examples of Portaiture in the Work of International Artists
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Open Access Journal: CHS Research Bulletin

[First posted in AWOL 1 February 2014, updated 23 May 2020]

CHS Research Bulletin
ISSN: 2329-0137
The CHS Research Bulletin (ISSN 2329-0137) is an e-journal dedicated to work of current fellows at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC.
The Center for Hellenic Studies publishes two issues each year to correspond with the biannual research symposia in December and April. During these events, fellows present their research in progress before an audience of faculty and students. The CHS Research Bulletin contains the fellows’ symposium papers and videos of their presentations.
The CHS Research Bulletin website also includes a blog featuring shorter contributions by fellows.

Open Access Journal: Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae

 [First posted in AWOL 21 June 2016, updated 23 May 2020]

Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae
ISSN: 0302-7384
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„Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium Graecae et Latinae” powołano do życia w roku 1973 w ówczesnej Katedrze Filologii Klasycznej UAM jako pismo periodyczne poznańskiego środowiska naukowego filologów klasycznych, otwarte również dla innych ośrodków filologicznych w Polsce oraz dla przedstawicieli pozostałych dyscyplin naukowych, zajmujących się antykiem greckim i rzymskim. Założycielem czasopisma i redaktorem pierwszych tomów był prof. Jan Wikarjak. Redaktorami prowadzącymi „Symbolae” byli i są stale profesorowie filologii klasycznej UAM. Artykuły w SPhP są drukowane w języku polskim, a także, od samego początku, część z nich ukazuje się w językach zachodnioeuropejskich oraz w języku łacińskim. Pojawiają się także autorzy z zagranicznych ośrodków naukowych. Wszystkie artykuły zaopatrzone są w abstrakty oraz summaria w językach obcych. Drukowane są tylko prace oryginalne, które przejdą pomyślnie proces recenzji.
2019

Czysta propaganda, czy wielka sztuka, patriotyzm i obywatelskie zaangażowanie – jak Ajschylos oraz Eurypides używali swoich fabuł, by wspomóc Ateńską politykę wobec sojuszników

Olga Śmiechowicz
5-16

Puszkin i Owidiusz

Gerson Schade
105-117

Dlaczego Owidiusz? Postmodernistyczne biografie alternatywne wielkiego poety

Anna Gawarecka
119-133

Tom 29 Nr 1 (2019)


2017

Vol 27, Nr 3 (2017)

Special Issue

Specjalny numer czasopisma „Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium” w wersji angielskiej – typ zadania: stworzenie anglojęzycznych wersji wydawanych publikacji finansowane w ramach umowy 507/P–DUN/2016 ze środków Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniająca naukę. 




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Open Access Journal: Cahiers des études anciennes

 [First posted in AWOL 12 April 2010. Updated 23 May 2020]

Cahiers des études anciennes
ISSN electronic edition: 1923-2713
ISSN print edition: 0317-5065

Fondés en 1972 et dirigés jusqu’en 2004 par le professeur Pierre Senay de l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, les Cahiers des études anciennes sont la seule publication francophone du domaine en Amérique du Nord. Ils sont maintenant publiés conjointement par le Département d’études anciennes et de sciences des religions de l’Université d’Ottawa et l’Institut d’études anciennes de l’Université Laval.

Les Cahiers publient chaque année un numéro thématique placé sous les auspices d’un éditeur ad hoc, spécialiste reconnu du domaine abordé. L’éditeur s’entoure de plusieurs savants dans une perspective pluridisciplinaire : les sujets peuvent être abordés sous l’angle littéraire, historique, philologique, archéologique, philosophique, religieux, mythologique, artistique, etc. et couvrir l’ensemble de la période antique, des origines à l’Antiquité tardive. L’éditeur fait parfois appel à des écrivains, philosophes, intellectuels contemporains pour élargir le champ de la réflexion.

Cahiers d’études anciennes est une revue en libre accès. Quatre numéros sont d’ores et déjà consultables en texte intégral...