Friday, March 27, 2020

Open Access Journal: A bibliography of the survival of the classics

A bibliography of the survival of the classics
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Titelzusatz:the publications of ... =
Paralleltitel:Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliographie zum Nachleben der Antike
Verf.angabe:ed. by The Warburg Institute
Erschienen:1.1931(1934) - 2.1932/33(1938)
Bitte beachten Sie die lokalen Bestandsangaben (s. unten).
Verlagsort:Heidelberg
Verlag:Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg
Jahr:0000
Umfang:Online-Ressource
Fussnoten:Digitalisierungsabsicht ; Reproduktion
Angaben zum Titel:Haupttitel 1.1931: A bibliography on the survival of the classics. - Paralleltitel 1.1931: Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliographie zum Nachleben der Antike
Datenträger:Online-Ressource
Dokumenttyp:Bibliografie
 Zeitschrift
Sprache:eng
Original:Elektronische Reproduktion von: A bibliography of the survival of the classics. - London: Inst., 1934
ZDB-Idn:3006731-5
K10plus-PPN:1688770895
2.1932-33 (1938)

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Open Access Journal: AIGIS: elektronisk tidsskrift for klassiske studier i Norden

[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Most recently updated 27 March 2020]

AIGIS: elektronisk tidsskrift for klassiske studier i Norden
ISSN: 1901-6859
AIGIS udkommer to gange årligt, 1. maj og 1. november og er gratis. Tidsskriftet udkommer ikke på papir, kun i elektronisk form

Læsning af formaterne
Artiklerne findes i indholdsfor-tegnelsen for de enkelte bind, hvorefter de downloades eller læses direkte. Hvis man har fast opkobling kan det være lettere at læse filerne med et Acrobat Reader plug-in. Hvis man derimod er koblet op med et modem og gerne vil spare på telefonregningen, er det mere hensigtsmæssigt at downloade (save as) og så lukke telefonen. 

Programmet
Artikler osv i AIGIS ligger i pdf (portable document format) som tillader græske bogstaver, billeder og fast lay-out med, så man kan henvise til sidenummer i artiklerne. Det er nødvendigt at man har det gratis program Acrobat Reader 6 eller nyere (8) der kan læse artiklerne, printe dem ud, søge i dem eller, hvis man vil, uddrage enkelte passager til brug i egne filer. Hent programmet på Adobe's hjemmeside. 

Abonnement
Hvis man vil være sikker på at få fremtidige færdige numre af AIGIS 'leveret' så snart det udkommer, kan man melde sig til AIGIS-postlisten via KU's Listserver. Men man kan naturligvis også komme til AIGIS uden at være fast abonnent. 

Bidrag, ris og ros
Man kan også sende e-post til redaktionen - selvfølgelig helst med ros og bidrag til kommende numre. Bidrag kan sendes per attachment i alle gængse tekstbehandlings-systemer, allerbedst i rtf (Rich Text Format). Græsk må gerne være skrevet i GreekKeys (Kadmos, Athe-nian, el. lign.), så slipper vi for at skrive det om. Allerbedst er Unicode. Disse systemer er brugbare både på Mac og PC. Undgå venligst Wingreek, Son of Wingreek og WordPerfect græsk som kun fungerer på PC. Billeder leveres indscannet i jpeg.

AIGIS 19,2 november 2019

Indholdsfortegnelse

Artikler:

Adam Bülow-Jacobsen, En call-girl central i ørkenen?
Victor Wahlström, Det gnomiska uttrycket i Iliaden, Odysséen och Beowulf.

Bogomtaler:

Kirsten Kierkegaard, Axel Kierkegaard og Ditlev Tamm, Amalfitavlen: en rejse i middelalderens søretlige univers. Anmeldt af Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen.
Ostraka fra ørkenen. (Selv-)anmeldt af Adam Bülow-Jacobsen.
Æsel ellerVismand. Erik Ostenfeld: Arven fra Antikken. Studier i græsk og romersk filosofi. Anmeldt af Ivar Gjørup.
AIGIS1.1 april 2001 AIGIS 1.2 oktober 2001
AIGIS 2.1 april 2002
AIGIS 2.2 oktober 2002
AIGIS 3.1 april 2003
AIGIS 3.2 oktober 2003
AIGIS 4.1 april 2004
AIGIS 4.2 oktober 2004
AIGIS 5.1 april 2005
AIGIS 5.2 oktober 2005
AIGIS 6.1 april 2006
AIGIS 6.2 oktober 2006
AIGIS 7.1 april 2007
AIGIS 7.2 oktober 2007
AIGIS 8.1 april 2008
AIGIS 8.2 november 2008
AIGIS 9.1 maj 2009
AIGIS 9,2 november 2009
AIGIS 10,1 maj 2010
AIGIS 10,2 november 2010
AIGIS 11,1 maj 2011
AIGIS 11,2 november 2011
AIGIS 12,1 maj 2012
AIGIS 12,2 november 2012
AIGIS 13,1 maj 2013
AIGIS 13,2 november 2013
AIGIS 14,1 maj 2014
AIGIS 14,2 november 2014
AIGIS 15,1 maj 2015
AIGIS 15,2 november 2015
AIGIS 16,1 maj 2016
AIGIS 16,2 november 2015
AIGIS 17,1 maj 2017
AIGIS 17,2 november 2017
AIGIS 18,1 maj 2018
AIGIS 18,2 november 2018
AIGIS 19,1 maj 2019
Platonselskabet Oslo 2005
Platonselskabet Reykjavik 2009
Platonselskabet Lund 2011
Platonselskabet København 2013
Platonselskabet Oslo 2015
Platonselskabet Rom 2017


AIGIS suppl. I: Festskrift for Chr. Gorm Tortzen. 2011
AIGIS suppl. II: Festskrift til Adam Bülow-Jacobsen. 2013
AIGIS suppl. III: Festskrift til Christian Marinus Taisbak - 80 år. 2014
AIGIS suppl. IV: Festskrift til Fritz S. Pedersen - 70 år. 2015
AIGIS suppl V: Festskrift til Bent 2016

TILBAGE TIL FORSIDEN

Digitized Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) at Arachne

 [First posted in AWOL 30 January 2012.  Most recently updated 27 March 2020]

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL)
The Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) is a comprehensive collection of ancient Latin inscriptions from all corners of the Roman Empire. Public and personal inscriptions throw light on all aspects of Roman life and history. The Corpus continues to be updated with new editions and supplements by the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
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This digitized version of the CIL will initially comprise of the more than 50 parts (of vols. I-XVI + auctaria and of v. I (edition altera)) published before 1940. Available funding covers the digitization of the volumes with an imperfect OCR searching capability. The goal is to eventually create a keyword searchable database to contain also future volumes of the CIL as they fall outside of copyright restrictions and to eventually do the same for the Inscriptiones Graecae.
The printed version of the CIL presently consists of 17 volumes in approximately 70 parts, recording some 180,000 inscriptions. Thirteen supplementary volumes have plates and specialized indices. The first volume, in two sections, covered the oldest inscriptions, to the end of the Roman Republic; volumes II to XIV are divided geographically, according to the regions where the inscriptions were found and within these divisions also by inscription type. A two-volume "Index of Numbers," correlating inscription numbers with volume numbers, was published in 2003.

Background

In 2009 the Heads of the libraries of the American Academy in Rome, Rebecka Lindau, and École Française de Rome, Yannick Nexon, met to discuss the possibility of digitizing the volumes of the Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum currently out of copyright. This had been a desire of both for a long time. Soon the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut and the Head of its library, Thomas Fröhlich, joined the project. Providing a server to host the volumes was more of a challenge. The DAI and Reinhard Foertsch at the University of Cologne came to the rescue with their object database Arachne, which is dynamically connected to international aggregators such as Claros or the multinational European project Carare, and freely available on the Web.
The members of the project are:
Rebecka Lindau (rebecka.lindau@aarome.org) and Paolo Imperatori (paolo.imperatori@aarome.org), the American Academy in Rome; Thomas Fröhlich (thomas.froehlich@dainst.de) and Paola Gulinelli (paola.gulinelli@dainst.de), Deutsches Archäologisches Institut; Elena Avellino (elena.avellino@efrome.it), l’École française de Rome; Reinhard Foertsch (foertsch@uni-koeln.de), Universität zu Köln (for Arachne).
The project partners are grateful to Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, Svenska Institutet i Rom, and the British School at Rome for lending some volumes for scanning.

The following volumes are online:

Title Parts
vol. I Inscriptiones Latinae antiquissimae ad C. Caesaris mortem.1863  

vol. I² Inscriptiones Latinae antiquissimae ad C. Caesaris mortem. pars I Fasti consulares ad a. u. c. DCCLXVI. Elogia clarorum virorum. Fasti anni Iuliani. Cura TH. MOMMSEN, W. HENZEN, CHR. HUELSEN. 1893
  pars II, fasc. I Inscriptiones Latinae antiquissimae. Cura E. LOMMATZSCH. 1918
  pars II, fasc. II Addenda. Nummi. Indices. Cura E. LOMMATZSCH, H. DESSAU.

vol. II Inscriptiones Hispaniae Latinae. Edidit AEM. HÜBNER. 1869  
  Supplementum. 1892

vol. III Inscriptiones Asiae, provinciarum Europae Graecarum, Illyrici Latinae. Edidit TH. MOMMSEN. 1873 pars I Inscriptiones Aegypti et Asiae. Inscriptiones provinciarum Europae Graecarum. Inscriptionum Illyrici partes I-V
  pars II Inscriptionum Illyrici partes VI. VII. Res gestae divi Augusti. Edictum Diocletiani de pretiis rerum. Privilegia militum veteranorumque. Instrumenta Dacica
  Supplementum. Inscriptionum Orientis et Illyrici Latinarum supplementum. Edid. TH. MOMMSEN, O. HIRSCHFELD, A. DOMASZEWSKI pars I (fasc. I-III. 1889 1893). 1902.
  Supplementum. Inscriptionum Orientis et Illyrici Latinarum supplementum. Edid. TH. MOMMSEN, O. HIRSCHFELD, A. DOMASZEWSKI pars II (fasc. IV-V). 1902 (impr. iter. 1967)

vol. IV Inscriptiones parietariae Pompeianae Herculanenses Stabianae. Edid. C. ZANGEMEISTER, R. SCHOENE. 1871  
  Supplementi pars I Tabulae ceratae Pompeiis repertae. Edidit C. ZANGEMEISTER. 1898
  Supplementi pars II Inscriptiones parietariae et vasorum fictilium. Edidit A. MAU. 1909

vol. V Inscriptiones Galliae Cisalpinae Latinae. Edidit TH. MOMMSEN. pars I Inscriptiones regionis Italiae decimae. 1872 (impr. iter. 1959)
  pars II Inscriptiones regionum Italiae undecimae et nonae. 1877

vol. VI Inscriptiones urbis Romae Latinae. Collegerunt G. HENZEN, I. B. DE ROSSI, E. BORMANN, CHR. HUELSEN, M. BANG. pars I Inscriptiones sacrae. Augustorum, magistratuum, sacerdotum. Latercula et tituli militum. Edid. E. BORMANN et G. HENZEN. 1876
  pars II Monumenta columbariorum. Tituli officialium et artificium. Tituli sepulcrales reliqui: A-Claudius. Edid. E. BORMANN, G. HENZEN, CHR. HUELSEN. 1882
  pars III Tituli sepulcrales: Claudius-Plotius. Edid. E. BORMANN, G. HENZEN, CHR. HUELSEN. 1886
  pars IV, fasc. I Tituli sepulcrales: Plotia-Zozon. Inscriptiones varii argumenti. Fragmenta. Edidit CHR. HUELSEN. 1894
  pars IV, fasc. II Additamenta. Edidit CHR. HUELSEN. 1902
  pars IV, fasc. III Additamentorum auctarium. Edidit M. BANG. 1933
  pars V Inscriptiones falsae. Edid. E. BORMANN, G. HENZEN, CHR. HUELSEN. 1885
  pars VI, fasc. I Index nominum. Edidit M. BANG. 1926

vol. VII Inscriptiones Britanniae Latinae. Edidit AEM. HUEBNER. 1873  

vol. VIII Inscriptiones Africae Latinae. Collegit G. WILMANNS. Edidit TH. MOMMSEN. 1881 pars I Inscriptiones Africae proconsularis et Numidiae
  pars II Inscriptiones Mauretaniarum
  Supplementi pars I Inscriptiones Africae proconsularis. Edid. R. CAGNAT, I. SCHMIDT. 1891
  Supplementi pars II Inscriptiones provinciae Numidiae. Edid. R. CAGNAT, I. SCHMIDT. Commentariis instruxerunt I. SCHMIDT, H. DESSAU 1894
  Supplementi pars III Inscriptiones Mauretaniae. Miliaria et instrumentum domesticum. Edid. I. SCHMIDT, R. CAGNAT, H. DESSAU. 1904
  Supplementi pars IV Inscriptiones Africae proconsularis. Edid. R. CAGNAT, H. DESSAU. 1916

vol. IX Inscriptiones Calabriae, Apuliae, Samnii, Sabinorum, Piceni Latinae. Edidit TH. MOMMSEN. 1883  

vol. X Inscriptiones Bruttiorum, Lucaniae, Campaniae, Siciliae, Sardiniae Latinae. Edidit TH. MOMMSEN. 1883 pars I
  pars II

vol. XI Inscriptiones Aemiliae, Etruriae, Umbriae Latinae. Edidit E. BORMANN. pars I Inscriptiones Aemiliae et Etruriae. 1888
  pars II, fasc. 1 Inscriptiones Umbriae, viarum publicarum, instrumenti domestici. 1901
  pars II, fasc. 2 Addenda ad partes priores et indicum capita tria. 1926

vol. XII Inscriptiones Galliae Narbonensis Latinae. Edidit O. HIRSCHFELD. 1888  

vol. XIII Inscriptiones trium Galliarum et Germaniarum Latinae. Edid. O. HIRSCHFELD et C. ZANGEMEISTER. pars I, fasc. 1 Inscriptiones Aquitaniae et Lugudunensis. Edidit O. HIRSCHFELD. 1899
  pars I, fasc. 2 Inscriptiones Belgicae. Edidit O. HIRSCHFELD. 1904
  pars II, fasc. 1 Inscriptiones Germaniae superioris. Edidit C. ZANGEMEISTER. 1905
  pars II, fasc. 2 Inscriptiones Germaniae inferioris. Miliaria Galliarum et Germaniarum. Edid. TH. MOMMSEN, O. HIRSCHFELD, A. DOMASZEWSKI. 1907
  pars III, fasc. 1 Instrumentum domesticum I. Edidit O. BOHN. 1901
  pars III, fasc. 2 Instrumentum domesticum II. Edidit O. BOHN. Insunt signacula medicorum oculariorum. Edidit AEM. ESPÉRANDIEU. 1906
  pars IV Addenda ad partes primam et secundam. Edid. O. HIRSCHFELD et H. FINKE. 1916
  pars VI Signacula publice laterculis impressa. Edidit E. STEIN. Accedunt signacula laterculis a privatis impressa. Edidit E. VOLKMANN. 1933

vol. XIV Inscriptiones Latii veteris Latinae. Edidit H. DESSAU. 1887  
  Supplementum Ostiense. Edidit L. WICKERT. 1930.
  Supplementi Ostiensis fasciculus II. Indices topographicos composuit L. WICKERT. 1933

vol. XV Inscriptiones urbis Romae Latinae. Instrumentum domesticum. Edidit H. DRESSEL pars I Edidit H. DRESSEL. 1891
  pars II, fasc. 1 Edidit H. DRESSEL. 1899

vol. XVI Diplomata militaria. Post TH. MOMMSEN edidit H. NESSELHAUF. 1936  

Priscae Latinitatis monumenta epigraphica. Tabulae lithographae. Edidit FR. RITSCHL. 1862 (impr. iter. 1961 et 1968) ISBN 3-11-001417-3. Accedunt: Priscae Latinitatis epigraphicae supplementa quinque. Edidit FR. RITSCHL. 1862-1864  

Auctarium Exempla scripturae epigraphicae Latinae a Caesaris dictatoris morte ad aet. Iustiniani. Edidit AEM. HUEBNER. 1885  

Open Access Journal: Strata: Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

[First posted in AWOL 20 September 2016, updated 27 March 2020]

Strata: Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society
ISSN: 0266-2442
Strata: The Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

Strata is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to bring the latest studies of the archaeology of Israel-Palestine and its surrounding regions to a wider international audience. We welcome articles on many aspects of research that lead to a better understanding of the archaeology in this region, an archaeology that is of great interest internationally because of its significance both for understanding the development of three of the world’s great religions and for the important history of Israel-Palestine. We are also keen to have reviews of recently-published books studies on archaeological topics of the area.

Until 2009, Strata was published continuously from 1982 as the Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society, but with the addition of this headline – and a new cover – we hope to make it more easily recognisable in libraries and elsewhere. Strata articles also are widely available online in the Academic Search Premier (EBSCO) database,  though note that these currently still remain categorised under the Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society.
Issues 1–33 are available for free download.

Collezione Papiri Museo Egizio: “Turin Papyrus Online Platform (TPOP)” – Un passo oltre gli archivi chiusi verso gli open data

Collezione Papiri Museo Egizio: “Turin Papyrus Online Platform (TPOP)” – Un passo oltre gli archivi chiusi verso gli open data

Il sito vuole rendere disponibile online la collezione papirologica del Museo Egizio attraverso la Turin Papyrus Online Platform. Lo scopo finale è di consentire, a lungo termine, pubblico accesso a tutti i papiri del Museo Egizio. 
Il sito permette alla comunità accademica e al grande pubblico di cercare, navigare e raccogliere informazioni riguardanti i papiri. 
Il lavoro sulla piattaforma online è ancora in corso. Al momento solo una parte della collezione è visibile sul sito. Gli utenti registrati d’altra parte hanno accesso all’intera collezione di papiri ieratici ramessidi, eccetto i frammenti più piccoli. Il numero di papiri accessibili si amplierà costantemente nei prossimi anni. 
Stiamo collaborando con una comunità accademica internazionale di studiosi che sono impegnati nello studio dei nostri papiri. Perciò la lingua del database è l’inglese. Nonostante ciò le traduzioni dei testi scritti sui papiri saranno presenti in diverse lingue.
Questo sito fornisce racconti vividi rivolti ai non specialisti, concentrandosi sulla storia e il contenuto dei papiri torinesi, ma anche sui progetti in corso, sul loro workflow e sulle applicazioni di tecnologie innovative utilizzate per studiare i manoscritti antichi.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

CHS Online Open House | Disease and Social Order: The Plague Narratives of Thucydides and Lucretius, with Robert Cioffi

Online Open House | Disease and Social Order: The Plague Narratives of Thucydides and Lucretius, with Robert Cioffi
We are excited to welcome Robert Cioffi of Bard College for an Online Open House. The title of the discussion is “Disease and Social Order: The Plague Narratives of Thucydides and Lucretius”. The discussion will take place on Thursday, April 2 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, and will be live-streamed on the Center for Hellenic Studies YouTube channel and recorded.
Robert introduces these narratives as follows:
Thucydides wrote The History of the Peloponnesian War about the conflict between Athens and Sparta, because he believed that it was the greatest conflict in human history and that his account would serve as a “possession for ever” for future readers. It was published sometime near the end of the fifth century (it’s hard to be precise when although it should be sometime after 404 BCE). The selection that you have is from the early years of the war, and focuses on the rise and fall of the Athenian leader Pericles. It begins with his funeral oration for the first who died in the war and it ends with his obituary (2.65). I chose this passage because of its narrative of the plague of 430 BCE. I, at least, find myself thinking often of this passage in these days of emergency and I hope that you will find something of value here. You might think of other texts you’ve encountered where disease and plague is important.
Lucretius’ On the Nature of Things is a Latin poem that tries to convey the philosophy of Epicurus—a Greek philosopher who lived in the fourth century BCE—in verse. Lucretius’ poem was published sometime in the 50s BCE. (Cicero knows about it in 54 BCE.) You have here the final section, which ends with a description of the same plague in Athens as in Thucydides’ History and clearly seems to be engaging with his text. Some of the key claims of Lucretius’ work are that the entire world—from your pen to the gods—are composed of indivisible bits of matter (atoms), that (almost) every observable phenomenon in the world can be explained by the movement of those atoms, and that, therefore, “death is nothing to us” (since there is no afterlife). The plague forms an understandably jarring conclusion to such a poem, so jarring that some scholars have wondered whether Lucretius’ work is unfinished. If you’re interested in Lucretius and his philosophy, I recommend the work of Stephen Greenblatt (reviewed here: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2011/dec/23/the-swerve-stephen-greenblatt-review).
In preparation for the discussion, you might like to read:
Thucydides 2.34–65. The selection should start here:
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Thuc.+2.34&fromdoc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0200
Lucretius On the Nature of the Universe Book 6, line 1100–END
The selection starts at p. 272 according to the book’s page numbering:
http://files.libertyfund.org/files/2242/Lucretius_1496_Bk.pdf
Robert Cioffi
Robert Cioffi is Assistant Professor of Classics at Bard College. His research interests and recent publications center on Greek prose fiction of the Roman imperial period and travel, ethnography, and identity in the ancient world. He is currently completing a monograph on the ethnographic discourse of the Greek novels, entitled Narrating the Marvelous: The Greek Novel and the Ancient Ethnographic Imagination. Recent publications include articles on epiphany in the Greek novels, the relationship between Greek and Roman novels, and travel in the Roman world. In addition to his scholarly publications, he is a contributor to the London Review of Books. He is also developing two new areas of research. The first is focused on the Renaissance reception of the Greek novels. The second is about the representation of ghosts and the supernatural in Greek literature.

Archaeological and Palaeoecological Reference Collections Online

Archaeological and Palaeoecological Reference Collections Online
ARCHAEOMETALLURGICAL
The National Slag Collection - UK, from the Historical Metallurgy Society
CERAMIC
Tessellations - a (UK) national database of tile designs
The National Roman Fabric Collection: a handbook - UK, from the Museum of London
FUNERARY
TOMBA - Tombs of Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Europe
GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL
PALAEOANTHROPOLOGICAL
PALAEOECOLOGICAL - PLANTS
PalaeoBot.org - Macrofossils, Pollen, Phytoliths, Starch and Isotopes
Seed Herbarium Image Project - Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University
Seed ID Workshop - from Ohio State University
PALAEOECOLOGICAL - INVERTEBRATES
PALAEOECOLOGICAL - VERTEBRATES
Anàlisi de FORmes d'Otòlits (AFORO) - Shape analysis of fish otoliths
Aves 3D - a three dimensional database of avian skeletal morphology
Avian Osteology - from the Royal BC Museum
Fish: Comparative Osteology - from NABO Zooarchaeology Working Group
MCPA2 - Mammalian Crania Photographic Archive
Morphosource - three dimensional scans of various taxa
Osteobase - Web interactive exploration for osteology
Pictorial Skeletal Atlas of Fishes - from Environmental Archaeology at the Florida Museum of Natural History
Skullsite - avian skulls
PALAEOPATHOLOGICAL
PETROLOGICAL
VARIOUS
Linnean Society Collections Online - various biological collections
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