Monday, August 31, 2020

Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt

Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt
Das Projekt "Rezeption der Antike im semantischen Netz: Buch, Bild und Objekt" hatte die Digitalisierung, die webbasierte Bereitstellung sowie die Erschließung von Drucken zur Archäologie und Ägyptologie vom 16. bis zum Beginn des 20 Jahrhunderts zum Thema. Das Projekt wurde vom 1.September 2009 bis zum 31. Dezember 2012 gemeinsam vom Deutschen Archäologischen Institut Rom, der Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, der Winckelmann-Gesellschaft Stendal und der  Arbeitsstelle für Digitale Archäologie - Cologne Digital Archaeology Laboratory in Köln durchgeführt. 

Neben der Digitalisierung der Alten Drucke wurden in ausgewählten Projektteilen Formen der semantischen Vernetzung  erprobt. Dies geschah während der ersten Projektphase am Beispiel der Stosch’schen Gemmen, die mit den Digitalisaten kontextualisiert wurden. In einem weiteren Schritt wurde der „Palace of Minos“ kontextualisiert.

Propylaeum-VITAE

Propylaeum-VITAE
Propylaeum-VITAE ist ein biographisches Informationssystem zu Personen, die durch ihre Leistungen in der Archäologie und in den Altertumswissenschaften hervorgetreten sind. Im Unterschied zu gedruckten biographischen Lexika ist es dynamisch gestaltet und wird online kontinuierlich fortgeschrieben.

In der Open-Access-Datenbank werden die Akteure der Wissenschaft vorgestellt und ihre Netzwerke abgebildet. Vielfältige Beziehungen nationaler und internationaler Art ergeben sich sowohl aus gemeinsamen Forschungsthemen und Arbeitsgebieten als auch durch gemeinsam ausgeübte Praktiken der Wissensproduktion.

Akteure

Maria Reiche bei der Vermessung der Geoglyphen von Nazca, Peru
Maria Reiche bei der Vermessung der Geoglyphen von Nazca, Peru
Der in einem ersten Schritt ausgewählte Personenkreis betrifft in Wissenschaft und Praxis der Archäologie tätige Personen, soweit sich ihre Arbeit in der Bodendenkmalpflege sowie in Forschung und Lehre bzw. in entsprechenden Fachpublikationen niedergeschlagen hat.

Vita des Monats

Zum Geburtstag Carl Schuchardts am 6.8.1859
Carl Schuchardt war Mitbegründer der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission und Direktor der Vorgeschichtlichen Abteilung des Museums für Völkerkunde der Königlichen Museen zu Berlin. Zusammen mit Albert Kiekebusch verfasste er ausführliche Beschreibungen zu Entstehung und Aussehen von Pfostenlöchern im archäologischen Befund, was die Grundlage zur für siedlungsarchäologische Ausgrabungen und Forschungen bildete.

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WissKI

WissKI LogoEingesetzt wird die auf dem CMS DRUPAL aufsetzende Software WissKI, ein semantisches Ontologienmodell auf der Basis von CIDOC-CRM sowie kontrollierte Vokabulare.

Propylaeum-VITAE: Akteure – Netzwerke – Praktiken

Propylaeum-VITAE ist ein biographisches Informationssystem zu Personen, die durch ihre Leistungen in der Archäologie und in den Altertumswissenschaften hervorgetreten sind. Im Unterschied zu gedruckten biographischen Lexika ist es dynamisch gestaltet und wird online kontinuierlich fortgeschrieben.
In der Open-Access-Datenbank werden die Akteure der Wissenschaft vorgestellt und ihre Netzwerke abgebildet. Vielfältige Beziehungen nationaler und internationaler Art ergeben sich sowohl aus gemeinsamen Forschungsthemen und Arbeitsgebieten als auch durch gemeinsam ausgeübte Praktiken der Wissensproduktion.

Texts Added to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG®) on June 29, 2020

Texts Added to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG®) on June 29, 2020
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 June 29, 2020: We have completed our quarterly corpus update. Fifty four works from 28 authors have been added. They include the Dynameron by Nicolaus Myrepsos, Rhazes’ Λόγος περὶ Λοιμικῆς, a long anonymous mathematical treatise and a number of hagiographical works. Lemma search has been expanded to include grammatical analysis when results are listed by grammar. Total wordcounts by century have been added to Statistics. 
0057GALENUS Med. ()
123 Vocum Hippocratis glossarium
2701 GEORGIUS PISIDES Poeta ()
008 In sanctam resurrectionem
010 De vanitate vitae
011 Contra impium Severum Antiochiae
013 Hexaemeron sive Cosmopoeia
016 Ad Alypium
017 Epigrammata
2705 NICETAS DAVID Phil. et Scr. Eccl. ()
018 Laudatio sanctorum archangelorum Michaelis et Gabrielis (BHG 1291)
019 Vita et conversatio Gregorii episcopi Agrigentini
020 Orationes laudatoriae summorum apostolorum
2721 Theodorus PRODROMUS Poeta et Polyhist. ()
016 Exegesis ad versus dogmaticos (e cods. Patm. gr. 705 (781) et 668)
2811 LEONTIUS Theol. ()
007 Libri tres
008 Epilyseis sive solutio argumentorum a Severo objectorum
009 Επαπορήματα sive Triginta capita adversus Severum
010 Adversus fraudes Apollinaristarum
011 Fragmenta incerta (Dub.)
012 Excerpta Leontina (Dub.)
3086 NICEPHORUS I Hist., Scr. Eccl. et Theol. ()
004 Apologeticus maior pro sacris imaginibus
005 Antirrhetici tres adversus Constantinum Copronymum
006 Apologeticus minor pro sacris imaginibus
011 Epistula ad Leonem III papam
017 Canones
3115 SYMEON METAPHRASTES Biogr., Hagiogr. et Hist. ()
013 Passio sancti Theodori Tironis (BHG 1763)
014 Passio sancti Theodori stratelatae (BHG 1752)
015 Passio sancti Mercurii (BHG 1276)
3295 PETRUS Argivus Theol. ()
008 Oratio funebris in Athanasii episcopi Methonae (BHG 196)
3391 HADRIANUS Scr. Eccl. ()
001 Isagoge scripturae sacrae
3392 NICOLAUS III GRAMMATICUS Poeta et Scr. Eccl. ()
001 Versus ad hegumenum montis Athonis
4487 HORTUS SYMBOLICUS (e codice Oxon. Clarciano XI) Theol. ()
001 Hortus symbolicus
4489 RHAZES Alchem., Med., Phil. et Polyhist. ()
001 De pestilentia libellus ex Syrorum lingua in Graecam translatus
5057 VITAE ET MIRACULA SANCTI DEMETRII Hagiogr. ()
002 Passio sancti Demetrii (BHG 496)
5117 VITAE ET ENCOMIUM SANCTI PANCRATII TAORMINAE Hagiogr. ()
002 Vita sancti Pancratii Tauromenii (BHG 1410)
5161 MARTYRIUM SANCTI MERCURII Hagiogr. et Hymn. ()
003 Passio sancti Mercurii (BHG 1274)
5184 VITAE SANCTI NICOLAI JUNIORIS Hagiogr. ()
001 Martyrium sancti Nicolai Junioris (BHG 2308)
002 Encomium sancti Nicolai Junioris (sub auctore Achaico presbytero) (BHG 2309)
5185 VITAE SANCTI THEOCLETI LACEDAEMONII Hagiogr. ()
001 Vita et miracula sancti Theocleti Lacedaemonii (BHG 2420)
5186 VITAE SANCTI ARSENII CORCYRAE Hagiogr. ()
001 Synaxarium sancti Arsenii Corcyrae (BHG 2044)
5187 VITAE SANCTAE ELISABETHAE THAUMATURGAE Hagiogr. ()
001 Vita sanctae Elisabethae thaumaturgae (e cod. Flor. B.N., Conv. soppr. B 1, ff. 126v-131v) (BHG 2121)
5188 VITAE SANCTI THEODORI TIRONIS Hagiogr. ()
001 Passio sancti Theodori Tironis (BHG 1761)
002 Vita et miracula sancti Theodori Tironis (BHG 1764)
5189 VITAE SANCTI THEODORI STRATELATAE Hagiogr. ()
001 Passio sancti Theodori stratelatae (BHG 1751)
5190 VITAE SANCTORUM EUTROPII, CLEONICI ET BASILISCI Hagiogr. ()
001 Passio sanctorum Eutropii, Cleonici et Basilisci
5191 VITAE SANCTI PROCOPII Hagiogr. ()
001 Passio sancti Procopii (BHG 1576)
5332 EUCHOLOGIA Eccl., Hymn. et Liturg. ()
004 Euchologium (e cod. Crypt. Γ. β. VII)
5341 MENOLOGII ANONYMI BYZANTINI Hagiogr. ()
001 Menologii Februarii (e cod. Mosquensi 376 Vlad.)
002 Menologii Martii (e cod. Mosquensi 376 Vlad.)
003 Menologii Junii (e cod. Hierosolymitano s. sepulcri 17)
004 Menologii Julii (e cod. Hierosolymitano s. sepulcri 17)
005 Menologii Augusti
5511 ANONYMA MATHEMATICA Math. ()
002 Opera mathematica (e cod. Vind. Phil. gr. 65)
5521 GREGORIUS III Patriarcha Scr. Eccl. et Theol. ()
001 Apologia contra Ephesii confessionem
002 Responsio ad epistulam Marci Ephesii (ex variis sanctorum sententiis)
003 Ad imperatorem Trapezuntis
9076NICOLAUS MYREPSUS Med. ()

An Educator's Handbook for Teaching about the Ancient World

An Educator's Handbook for Teaching about the Ancient World
edited by Pınar Durgun
paperback; 148x210mm; 262 pages; illustrated throughout in colour.
ISBN 9781789697605.
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With the right methods, studying the ancient world can be as engaging as it is informative. Many K-12 teachers, university instructors, and museum educators use hands-on, project-based, and experiential activities in their classes to increase student engagement and learning. This book aims to bring together such pedagogical methods and teaching activities about the ancient world for any educator to use. The teaching activities in this book are designed in a cookbook format so that educators can replicate these teaching "recipes” (which include materials, budget, preparation time, levels of students) in their ancient art, archaeology, social studies, and history classes. They can be implemented online or in-person, in schools, universities, libraries, museums, or at home. Find out more about the book and the contributors here.

About the Editor
Pınar Durgun is an art historically-trained archaeologist with a background in anthropology, cultural heritage, and museums, passionate about outreach and education. She received her Ph.D. from Brown University and has been teaching for about a decade in universities, museums, and school classrooms about archaeology and the ancient world. As a dedicated public scholar and educator, Dr. Durgun hopes to make academic information about the ancient world accessible, fun, and inclusive.

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Open Access Journal: CLARA Classical Art and Archaeology

[First posted in AWOL 30 March 2018, updated 31 August 2020]

CLARA Classical Art and Archaeology
ISSN: 2464-3726
So-called muse, from the Ustinow Collection, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo. Copyrighted material.
CLARA is an open access journal hosted by the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo and administered by an international Editorial Board. The main objective is to annually publish papers of a high academic quality within the field of Classical Art and Archaeology and to make them accessible to a wide scholarly public.
  • CLARA Special issue: Perceiving Matter. Visual, Material and Sensual Communication from Antiquity to the Middle Ages and Beyond
    Vol 5 (2020)
    The twenty-first century has witnessed a growing interest in antique and medieval polychromy. By now it is generally acknowledged that colour is an integral part of their sculpture. In the present special issue of CLARA, scholars from various disciplines explore different aspects of sculptural polychromy in marble, glass, stucco, wood and terracotta – from Antiquity to the Renaissance: The multisensory perception of colour, the interplay of colour and texture, the treatment of sculpted surfaces, the importance of gilding and polishes, and the challenges when reconstructing lost polychromy. Combining empirical and theoretical data, the special issue includes hitherto unpublished colour reconstructions and scientific details.
    Photo: Female head. Parian marble. Found in Athens, in the Odeion of Herodes Atticus. It comes from an acrolithic statue of a goddess. The inlaid eyes were made of ivory, the irises were made of dark stone and the eyelashes of metal. The hair was painted in red colour. Copy of an original work of the 5th or 4th century BC. 2nd century AD. ​
    This collection of articles is the result of a seminar with the title Perceiving Matter: Visual, Material and Sensual Communication from Antiquity to the –Middle Ages and Beyond, held April 5th 2019 at the Museum of Cultural History (MCH), University of Oslo. The seminar was arranged by Marina Prusac-Lindhagen and Kaja Kollandsrud and established the research group ‘Polychrome Art History’ https://www.khm.uio.no/english/research/research-groups/polychrome-art-history/

Open Access Journal: West & East: Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici

[First posted in AWOL 9 April 2018, updated 31 August 2020]

West & East: Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici
ISSN: 2499-7331 
 
Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici delle Università di Trieste, Udine, Venezia Ca’Foscari

«West & East» is the organ of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of the Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice Ca’ Foscari (SISBA). It is an on-line journal released once in a year, usually at the end of the year, on the digital platform OpenstarTs – Edizioni Università di Trieste (EUT).

«West & East» aims to promote studies and scientific research in every branch of Archaeology by disseminating in full Open Access significant pieces of scholarship concerning Mediterranean and Near-Eastern

West & East I, 2016 [7]    

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Ancient Greek Theatre in the Digital Age: International Online Conference

Ancient Greek Theatre in the Digital Age
International Online Conference
September 28th-29th 2020
meet.google.com/bjn-uoum-ymi

Organisers: Sabina Castellaneta (Bari), Nadia Rosso (Piemonte Orientale)

Scientific committee: Francesco Carpanelli (Torino), Giorgio Ieranò (Trento), Fiona Macintosh (Oxford), Massimo Magnani (Parma), Anna Novokhatko (Thessaloniki/Freiburg), Luigi Todisco (Bari), Bernhard Zimmermann (Freiburg)

Keynote discussants: Luigi Battezzato (Piemonte Orientale), Olimpia Imperio (Bari)

Keynote speakers: Andreas Bagordo (Freiburg), Fiona Macintosh (Oxford)

September 28th
9.30 Institutional greetings
Stefano Bronzini (Rettore Uniba)
Davide Canfora (Direttore LeLiA - Uniba)
10.00 Conference opening
Olimpia Imperio (Bari)
Bernhard Zimmermann (Freiburg)

Digital editions
Chair: Francesco Carpanelli (Torino)
10.30
Sabina Castellaneta, Nadia Rosso, Lorenza Savignago (Bari, Piemonte Orientale, Trieste)
DEFrAG-Tragedy: edizione critica digitale, dinamica e collaborativa dei frammenti tragici
11.00
Timothy J. Moore, Jennifer McLish (St. Louis, Ann Arbor)
An online database of Greek dramatic meters
11.30
Menico Caroli (Foggia)
Per un’edizione digitale dell’Ippolito Kalyptómenos di Euripide
12.00
Lorenzo Sardone (San Marino)
Un nuovo testimone dell’Aiace sofocleo e le potenzialità della ricostruzione digitale

Keynote lecture
15.30
Andreas Bagordo (Freiburg)
Sperimentando l'iperframmento comico (riflessioni dal laboratorio KomFrag)

Digital lexicons
Chair: Anna Novokhatko (Thessaloniki/Freiburg)
16.00
Elena Fabbro, Elena Bonollo (Udine)
Finanze pubbliche e ricchezza privata nella commedia greca: per un archivio digitale
16.30
Virginia Mastellari, Beatrice Gavazza, Leon Glaser (Freiburg)
Lessico degli oggetti dalla commedia greca. Presentazione di un nuovo database
17.00 Mario Regali (Napoli)
Lessico Digitale della Commedia Greca (LDCG): testo, scena, ricezione
17.30 Carmela Roscino (Bari)
Skeué online: per un lessico digitale del costume teatrale nell’iconografia greca e magnogreca

September 29th

Distance teaching
Chair: Massimo Magnani (Parma)
10.00
Chris Blackwell, Francesco Mambrini (Furman, Milano)
Teaching Oedipus Tyrannos with an integrated digital edition during a pandemic
10.30
Anastasia Bakogianni, Declan Patrick (New Zealand)
‘Where is the body?’: performing Iphigenia at Aulis online in a New Zealand context
11.00
Ronald Blankenborg (Nijmegen)
Changing the mask: formative teaching of ancient Greek theatre in the digital age
11.30
Hallie Marshall (British Columbia)
Barefaced Greek: ancient theatre on film and classroom

Keynote lecture
15.30
Fiona Macintosh, Giovanna Di Martino (Oxford)
Archiving and interpreting performance

Digital archives
Chair: Giorgio Ieranò (Trento)
16.00
Andriana Domouzi (London)
Creating DAPLAP: a database for the reception of fragmentary ancient Greek Drama
16.30
Sara Troiani, Giada Arcidiacono (Trento, Venezia)
Parole e spazi del dramma antico sulla scena contemporanea: due progetti digitali del Laboratorio “Dionysos”
17.00
Martina Di Stefano, Elena Sofia Capra (Pavia)
Ricezione digitale: verso una digitalizzazione dell’archivio audiovisivo del CRIMTA
17.30
Federico Boschetti, Gloria Mugelli (Pisa)
Il metodo Euporia per creare nuovi archivi digitali sulla tragedia greca

18.00 Conference closing
Luigi Battezzato (Piemonte Orientale)