Sunday, January 31, 2021

EAMENA Iraq Exhibition

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The main aim of the exhibition Our Culture Our Future is to increase awareness about archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Iraq, so that they can be better protected in the future.

The EAMENA Project and the State Board of Antiquities and Heritage (SBAH) have worked together in this endeavour to raise awareness among members of the general public about their archaeological heritage. The first group of panels introduces the training element of the EAMENA project in the use of digital technologies and satellite imagery for the discovery of sites and heritage management. The second group outlines the types of archaeological site known in Iraq, their importance to our understanding of the development of human history and the diversity of Iraq’s rich cultural heritage. The final group identifies common threats, such as agricultural and urban expansion, which lead to many of Iraq’s historical and archaeological sites being damaged or even destroyed each year.

 

Saturday, January 30, 2021

Settlement and History in Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine Galilee: An Archaeological Survey of the Eastern Galilee

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Author(s)
Leibner, Uzi
Collection
Knowledge Unlatched (KU)
Number
103800
Language
English
Uzi Leibner aims to provide the most accurate picture possible of the nature and history of the rural settlement in the Lower Galilee during Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods when this region played an important role in the development of both Judaism and Christianity. In an attempt to draw a historical reconstruction based on systematic data, a test case area in the »heart« of ancient Galilee was chosen for this research. Uzi Leibner used two distinct disciplines: the study of the relevant historical sources and the advanced archaeological field survey. Greek, Latin, Hebrew and Aramaic sources concerning settlements in the region were translated and discussed. Some fifty archaeological sites from the periods under discussion were identified and surveyed. The analysis of the finds enabled the author to draw a detailed portrait of settlement – including periods of construction, abandonment, prosperity and decline in each site and in the region as a whole. This book sheds new light on major historical issues such as the origins of the Galilean Jewry in the Second Temple Period, the First Jewish Revolt and its outcomes, the Jews of Galilee under Christian regime, demography, economy, continuity and decline.
Keywords
Religion; Judaism; History
ISBN
9783161514609
Publisher
Mohr Siebeck
Publisher website
https://www.mohrsiebeck.com/
Publication date and place
2009
Imprint
Mohr Siebeck
Classification
Judaism

 

 

 

Open Access Journal: Préhistoires méditerranéennes

[First posted in AWOL 16 December 2009. Updated 30 January 2021]

Préhistoires méditerranéennes
ISSN électronique: 2105-2565
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Préhistoires méditerranéennes est une revue bilingue multi-supports à comité de lecture (prend la suite de Préhistoire Anthropologie Méditerranéenne). Elle accueille toute contribution originale sur la préhistoire des espaces méditerranéens. La revue publie, en flux continu, des contributions au format électronique, regroupées chaque année dans une édition papier. Elle propose, en outre, sous la forme de suppléments, des numéros thématiques. Préhistoires méditerranéennes se veut un espace de débats d'idées ; elle souhaite mettre à disposition des auteurs et des lecteurs une tribune de publication contradictoire — suscitée ou sollicitée — permettant la discussion scientifique autour des articles retenus.

Numéros en texte intégral

8 | 2020 

Identité ? Prestige ? Quoi d’autre ?

Renverser les idées reçues sur la diffusion du Campaniforme en Europe à la fin du 3e millénaire av. n. è.
Ethnicity? Prestige? What else? Challenging views on the spread of Bell Beakers in Europe during the late 3rd millennium BC
Sous la direction de Agnès Caraglio et Maxence Bailly

Derrière le titre, peut-être légèrement provocateur selon certains, la volonté d’entendre de nouvelles voix, d’éviter les redondances, d’accueillir en France méditerranéenne des chercheurs qui ont peu l’habitude d’y intervenir, et peut-être aussi, l’envie de faire un pas de côté.

Le travail collectif de ce numéro rend compte de la réflexion qui s'est développée autour de deux axes, celui des approches technologiques de la culture matérielle campaniforme et celui du mouvement des idées, brassées par le Campaniforme. Pourtant, il s’agissait parallèlement au « boom » des études paléogénétiques, de garder les problématiques archéologiques au sein des questionnements suscités par le Campaniforme, tout en tissant quelques pistes pour des approches aux perspectives plus anthropologiques.

Notes de la rédaction

Avec le  soutien financier d'Aix-Marseille Université, de l'Institut d'Archéologie méditerranéenne-ARKAIA (fondation A*Midex-AMU), de l'UMR7269-LAMPEA, du LabexMed, du ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur de la Recherche et de l'Innovation (projet MetaPHoRA), de l’APPAM et du CD13.

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EAMENA Lebanon Exhibition

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The main aim of the exhibition Our Culture Our Future is to increase awareness about archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Lebanon, so that they can be better protected in the future.

The EAMENA Project and Directorate General of Antiquities (DGA) have worked together in this endeavour to raise awareness among members of the general public about their archaeological heritage. The first group of panels introduces the training element of the EAMENA project in the use of digital technologies and satellite imagery for the discovery of sites and heritage management. The second group outlines the types of archaeological site known in Lebanon, their importance to our understanding of the development of human history and the diversity of Lebanon’s rich cultural heritage. The final group identifies common threats, such as agricultural and urban expansion, which lead to many of Lebanon’s historical and archaeological sites being damaged or even destroyed each year.

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Friday, January 29, 2021

Open Access Journal: Phasis: Greek and Roman studies

Phasis: Greek and Roman studies
ISSN: 1512-1046 (print)
ISSN: 2346-8459 (online)

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Founded in 1999, PHASIS is an academic journal published annually by the Institute of Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies of the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. In 2015, PHASIS became a peer-reviewed journal.
PHASIS publishes original contributions in all areas of Greek and Roman Studies, including literature, history, languages, philosophy, religion, art, and archaeology.  The journal also welcomes submissions on the reception of the ancient world.
PHASIS publishes articles in English, German, and French.
No. 23 (2020)
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Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология - “Indoevropejskoe âzykoznanie i klassičeskaâ filologiâ” (Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology Yearbook)

 [First posted in AWOL 30 July 2016, updated 29 January 2021]

Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология - “Indoevropejskoe âzykoznanie i klassičeskaâ filologiâ” (Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology Yearbook)
ISSN 2306-9015

Ежегодник «Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология» является периодическим изданием, издаваемым Институтом лингвистических исследований РАН с 1998 г. Издание является зарегистрированным СМИ. Номер свидетельства: ПИ № ФС 77–60970.

В ежегоднике публикуются статьи по всем актуальным вопросам сравнительно-исторического индоевропейского языкознания и классической филологии.

Ответственным редактором издания является академик РАН Н. Н. Казанский. «Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология» является открытым журналом, в котором публикуются работы, соответствующие по своему научному уровню требованиям академического издания. Место работы/учебы, проживания автора при этом значения не имеют.

К публикации принимаются статьи на латинском, русском, английском, немецком, французском и итальянском языках.

Присылаемые для публикации рукописи подвергаются обязательной экспертной оценке. Рецензии предоставляются авторам рукописей, а также (по специальным запросам экспертных советов) в ВАК. В случае отказа в публикации статьи редакция направляет автору мотивированный отказ.

«Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология» полностью некоммерческое издание. С авторов не взимается плата за опубликование или подготовку к изданию рукописей.
“Indoevropejskoe âzykoznanie i klassičeskaâ filologiâ” (Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology Yearbook) is a periodical published by the Institute for Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ILI RAN) since 1998. ISSN 2306-9015.

The Yearbook publishes papers on all topical issues of Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology.

Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology Yearbook is an open publication and welcomes papers that meet academic publication requirements irrespective of the authors’ place of study/work or residence.

Papers in Russian, English, French, German, Italian, or Latin are accepted for publication.
All papers submitted for publication pass through a peer-review evaluation process, and all authors receive a substantiated decision. The Editors Office is committed to observing all accepted ethical standards for scientific publications and safeguards against any misuse of office by the Editorial Board members or staff.

Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology Yearbook is a fully non-commercial project. The authors are not charged for the publication or pre-print preparation of their papers. 

    Proceedings of the 24th Conference in Memory of Professor Joseph M. Tronsky June 22–24, 2019

    Contents. Part I

    • Mihaylova B. L’expression de l’amour dans les langues indo-européennes anciennes. 9
    • Duvakin E. N. Wind knots and stone roots: a steppe influence on North European folklore. 24
    • Repanšek L. The accentual profile of Vedic nominal paradigms. 41
    • Voloshina O. A. Vidhi rules in the grammar of Panini as an instruction for building the word forms.. 65
    • Scala A. Short and long present inflection in Romani. 73
    • Iliadi A. I. Iranian Relicts in the Slovak Historical Toponymy — III. 76
    • Ivanenko O. V. The Circumpontic region ethnonymicon. II (Ἀγαυóι = Σαῖοι = Παραλάται = Σκύϑαι = Σκóλοτοι?). 86
    • Kazansky N. N. Mycenaean masculine name ma-di and Greek names Σμέρδις, Σμερδίης, Σμέρδιος, Σμέρδης. 107
    • Lebedev A. V. Democritus on Iranian magi and ancient religion: a quotation from Avesta (Yt. I,7) in Democritus fr. 580 Luria (B30 DK). 129
    • Corso A. Classical Greek statues made by important masters described in the epigrams of Evenus of Paros. 151
    • Vasileva I., Kisilier M. Where does Odysseus sail to? About a mythmaking project of Nikos Kazantzakis. 157
    • Petrosyan A. Y. The saussurean anagrams of the «Song of Vahagn». 181
    • Kocharov P. A. PIE *kieu-e/o- ‘move’ as a lexico-morphological isogloss. 190
    • Mouton A., Yakubovich I. S. Proleptic Construction in the Luwian Language. 206
    • Lyutikova E. A. , Sideltsev A. V. Voice alternations in Hittite non-finite verbal forms. 234
    • Shatskov A. V. Resultative and perfect in Hittite. 264
    • Duerrschnabel Ch. V. Greek and Latin defixiones and Prayers for Justice within the context of Mediterranean Ritual Texts. 274
    • Alexandrov B. E. The formula ana/ištu sag-du-šu/ši in legal texts from Hittite Emar. 276
    • Toporova T. V. About the Old-Germanic ethnological myth (on the origin of the Germanic tribes). 302
    • Sorokina E. A. A note on the graphic variability of Old English gedryht / gedriht. 311
    • Yatsenko M. V. Poetics of the Old English Christian Epic: Means of Conveying the Allegorical Senses of the Biblical Plot in the Poem “Exodus”.. 325
    • Bondar’ V. A. From resultative to anterior: on the history of English past perfect tense.. 339
    • Ganina N. Die Verwandtschaftsterminologie im lübischen Recht. 353
    • Bondarko N. A. Syntactic Transformations in Late Medieval German Translations from Latin (William of St-Thierry and Birgitta of Sweden). 363
    • Naiditsch L. ‚Haus‘ und ‚Hof‘ in den deutschen Inselmundarten der Ukraine in den 1920er Jahren nach dem Archiv von Viktor Schirmunski. 383
    • Kuzmenko Yu. K. On the interpretation of the inscription on the helmet B from Negau. 395
    • Parina E. «Multiple origin» as a useful concept for analysing borrowings into Middle Welsh. 422
    • Mikhailova T. A. The use of 2 Sg. in Irish marginal lyrics: an interpretation. 430
    • Blažienė G. Baltische Spuren in Ortsnamen Europas?. 443
    • Lemeškin I. (Re)construction vs. reading of an ancient Prussian text. 466
    • Andreev A. V. The system of clitics in M. Daukša’s texts. 480
    • Sobolev A. N. Dialect coherence of the speech production in Timok patoi of Serbian (on the data from the Petruša idiom in Knjaževac municipality). 486
    • Domosiletskaya M. V. Terminology of dairy production in the dialect of the Macedonian village Peshtani (based on MDABL — «Minor Dialect Atlas of the Balkan languages»). 504
    • Konior D. V. Perception of borders and local vernaculars by Western Bulgarian Torlak people. 538
    • Kisilier M. Ότι, που and πως in Standard Modern Greek. 554
    • Bondar L. D. One Montenegrin document from archive papers of P. A. Lavrov: about the ethnographic interests of the academician and the Montenegrin Vučković family. 578
    • Zhugra A. V. Figure of the Narrator in Albanian epos. 593
    • Podossinov A. V. Alter orbis terrarum: «other worlds» in ancient geography. 607
    • Shumilin M. V. Linguistic Peculiarities in the Passio Susannae (BHL 7937). Phonology and Orthography. 632
    • Chernyak A. B. Passive voice in Itinerarium Egeriae. W. van Oorde on the language of Itinerarium Egeriae. 663
    • Bratukhin A. Yu. Soteriological terminology of Clement of Alexandria (ἀνάπαυσις and κατάπαυσις). 669
    • Khor’kova I. V. On the source base of “Adversus nationes”: Valerius Antias. 679
    • Danilov E. S. Use of securitas in Latin epigraphic finds from Roman Africa: general observations. 694
    • Mirolyubov I. A. Was Emperor Licinius Hostile to Education?. 703
    • Kulishova O. V., Panteleev A. D. Controversy about the spectacles in the Late Roman Empire (according to the literary and hagiographic tradition). 712
    • Afinogenov D. E. Pejorative connotations of the ethnonym “Syrian” in some 9th century Byzantine literary works. 724
    • Alexeev A. A. The Greek βαπτισμός and its Slavonic and Russian equivalent krъštenie. 732
    • Molkov G. A. On the causes for the emergence of the common graphic system in the Old Russian writing. 744
    • Falileyev A. I. In provincia Russlond: fragments on Novgorod in a XV c. manuscript. 756
    • Kareva N. V., Kuznetsova N. A. Poetic and grammatical figures in “Materials for Russian Grammar” by Mikhail Lomonosov. 768
    • Ilyushechkina E. V. From the history of the Classical Philology-3: Humanistic Commentary by Stephanus Aquaeus on the Naturalis historia by Pliny the Elder. 785
    • Vorobyev G. Theodore Gaza’s neologisms in -cilla/-cula and the role of sixteenth-century reference books in the formation of ornithological nomenclature. 794
    • Ilyina K. A. Old and new authorities in Russian classic studies in 1830–1840. 819
    • Kaganovich B. S., Wolfzun L. B. Materials for I. G. Frank-Kamenetsky’s biography. 822

    Contents. Part II

    • Lebedev A. V. A study of conceptual metaphor in Heraclitus: metaphorical codes and models of the cosmos. 843
    • Nikolaev A. Μαιρα and other Dangerous Women. 885
    • Prikhodko E. V. «The prophecy has fallen out» — does this word combination indicate the use of lots?. 894
    • Yanzina E. V. , Korneev O. V. Στεφανοῦσθαι, ἡττᾶσθαι, ἱερὸν ποιεῖν. To win a contest or to loose? Some features of the attitude of ancient Greeks towards athletic victories and defeats. 913
    • Kharlamova S. A. On a Homeric quotation (Il. XXIV, 527–528) in Plutarch’s «De audiendis poetis». 930
    • Braylovskaya A. A. Metric features of athematic dat. sg. inflection in Homeric text. 942
    • Davydov T. G. A Ancient Greek words violating the word end rule. 964
    • Larionova N. B. Aristophanes about Phidias (Aristoph. Pax 605). 973
    • Osipova O. V. Symmetry in Diodorus Siculus’ Bibliotheca. 980
    • Belikov G. S. Compositional technique of Maximus of Tyre. 987
    • Kazanskaya M. N. Vergilian commentators on Homeric elements in the description of the storm in Aen. I, 81 sq. 999
    • Kotova A. V. Comparative analysis of quantitative characteristics of distribution of similes in Virgil’s “Aeneid” and Valerius Flaccus’ “Argonautica”. 1021
    • Ivanov S. V. Pons aerius, aereus, aureus, aeneus: on a (pseudo-) problem of medieval Virgilian legends. 1034
    • Egorova S. K. Horace as vigneron. 1040
    • Zheltov A. Yu., Zheltova E. V. Why the language saves on the case forms, or about the order of cases in Latin. 1047
    • Popova I. D. Means of denomination of a rhetorical period in Latin: ambitus and circu(m)itus. 1070
    • Bolotov S. G. The second Thurneysen’s law (the law of the nasal clusters), Latin gerundives, Latin nōmina abstrācta in ­ō, ­inis, and… Kluge’s law. Pt. V. Clusters with the velars (4). 1080
    • Rozhdestvenskaia T. Vs. Some problems of paleographic dating of epigraphy searches of Old Rus’ epigraphy. 1088
    • Kruglov V. M. One Addition to The Dictionary of the 18th-century Russian Language:baumeister, bommeister. 1105
    • Bratuchina L. V. The author’s interpretation of an antique myth in poem «The Cantos» by E. Pound. 1117
    • Bratukhin A. Yu., Shipilova D. A. Priests of Muses and the Farus at Zedlitz. 1126
    • Korovina E. V. Jackknife resampling: some remarks about the stability of the language classification. 1135
    • Shulyakov L. V. Views on personal eschatology in Hebrew and Greek versions of the Book of Job (Job 14:10–15 and Job 19:25–27). 1141
    • Emelianov V. V. Sumerian ezen: ideography and etymology. 1157
    • Bogdanov I. V. The modal construction m-SAw ‘the one who is destined’ on the Israel Stele, 25–26 and the features of its use in the Neo-Egyptian. 1167
    • Safronov A. V. The history of the «Marshland Wadjet» and the problem of Iranian anthroponyms in the Satrap stela. 1187
    • Karlova K. F. Seth as serpent fighter and St. George: continuity of the iconographic type. 1209

      Open Access Journal: Indo-European Linguistics

      [First posted in AWOL 31 July 2016, updated 29 January 2021]

      Indo-European Linguistics
      ISSN: 2212-5884
      E-ISSN: 2212-5892
      Cover Indo-European Linguistics
      The peer-reviewed journal Indo-European Linguistics (IEL) is devoted to the study of the ancient and medieval Indo-European languages from the perspective of modern theoretical linguistics. It provides a venue for synchronic and diachronic linguistic studies of the Indo-European languages and the Indo-European family as a whole within any theoretically informed or analytical framework. It also welcomes typological investigations, especially those which make use of cross-linguistic data, including that from non-Indo-European languages, as well as research which draws upon the findings of language acquisition, cognitive science, variationist sociolinguistics, and language contact.