Monday, January 31, 2022

Open Access Journal: Archaeology / Археология

Списание „Археология” е орган на Националния археологически институт с музей на Българската академия на науките. Основано е през 1959 г. като периодично издание, посветено на теренната и научноизследователска работа на българските археолози.

Пръв и дългогодишен главен редактор на „Археология” е акад. Д. П. Димитров, който създава формата на списанието.

То започва да излиза в 4 книжки годишно със следните рубрики: Статии, Публикации, Музейно дело и консервации, Лекции и консултации, Критика и рецензии и Преглед.

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Open Access Journal: Mitekufat Haeven: Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society / מתקופת האבן

ISSN: 0334-3839

In keeping with the goals of the Israel Prehistoric Society, the Journal provides as outlet for researches on the prehistoric archaeology of Israel and adjacent regions. It actively solicits the publication of the basic descriptive data of prehistory, excavation and survey reports and material analyses, believing that this niche is a crucial one often lost in larger journals searching for the overarching larger pictures. We believe that without that basic data, we lose our legitimacy in scholarship. Of course, synthetic essays and reviews are welcome as well.

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Sunday, January 30, 2022

Open Access Journal: ISAW Newsletter

[First posted in AWOL 18 December 2013, updated 30 Januarty  2022]

ISAW Newsletter (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World)
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ISAW periodically publishes a print newsletter containing updates on research and teaching. PDF copies are available here for download (requires Adobe Reader or another PDF-capable program): 
Fall 2021

Open Access Journal: Atlantís - review

 [First posted in AWOL 11 May 2018, updates 30 January 2022]

Atlantís - review
e-ISSN: 2183-4326


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A ATLANTÍS divulga de forma agregada as recensões disponíveis nas revistas alojadas na plataforma digital Impactum da Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, com o objetivo de promover a visibilidade da investigação e a transferência do saber. As recensões cobrem um leque variado de temas e perspetivas de abordagem (literatura, cultura, história antiga, arqueologia, história da arte, filosofia, língua e linguística), mantendo embora como denominador comum os Estudos Clássicos e sua projeção na Idade Média, Renascimento e receção na atualidade.
ATLANTÍS makes available in aggregated form book reviews published in journals hosted at the digital platform Impactum of Coimbra University Press, with the objective of promoting the visibility of research and the transfer of knowledge. The reviews cover a wide range of topics and approaches (literature, culture, ancient history, archaeology, art history, philosophy, language and linguistics), while maintaining as common denominator the world of Classical Antiquity and its projection in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, as well as its reception in modern times.

Vol. 43 (2022)

 

Open Access Journal: Papyrologica Lupiensia

[First posted 1 October 2011, updated  30 January March 2022]

Papyrologica Lupiensia
ISSN: 1591-2140
e-ISSN: 1591-2221
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Papyrologica Lupiensia è una pubblicazione del Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e di Scienze Filosofiche dell'Università del Salento e del Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi Papirologici.
In questa rivista confluiscono i risultati delle ricerche promosse e sostenute dalla Cattedra di Papirologia e dall'insegnamento di Papirologia Ercolanese dell'Ateneo leccese.La rivista nasce nel 1991 ed ha periodicità annuale.


E' consultabile online a partire dal vol. 17/2008.


La versione elettronica è pubblicata dal Coordinamento SIBA dell'Università del Salento ed è accessibile all'indirizzo http://siba-ese.unisalento.it/index.php/plup.

Articoli


Frontespizio e pagine iniziali Details     PDF

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What perspectives for archaeology today in Egypt? The case of Soknopaiou Nesos (Dime es-Seba) Details     PDF
Mario Capasso 5-12

Biographie, Werk und Rezeption des Cornelius Gallus: Ein neues Gesamtbild Details     PDF
Pierluigi Leone Gatti 13-32

Selection of Literature extracts in School Manuals Details     PDF
Grace Ioannidou 33-44

Tell-tale heads: The office of kephalaiotes in the papyri Details     PDF
Angeliki Syrkou 45-58

Some Remarks on the Legal Status of the Unborn and the Newborn in Greco-Roman Egypt: Human Being or Future Heir? Details     PDF
Marianna Thoma 59-80

The Hedgehog Goddess Abaset Details     PDF
Walid Shaikh Al Arab 81-102

Schede bibliografiche e recensioni Details     PDF

103-104

Palaeographia Papyrologica XVI (2018-2019) Details     PDF
Serena Ammirati 105-112

Libri ricevuti Details     PDF

113-120

Indice Details     PDF

121-122

Norme per i collaboratori Details     PDF

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Colophon Details     PDF

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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Open Access Journal: Les Nouvelles de l’archéologie

 [First posted in AWOL 17 January 2017, updated 29 January 2022]

Les Nouvelles de l’archéologie
ISSN: 0242-7702
ISSN électronique: 2425-1941
Fondée en 1979, la revue se veut à la fois un lieu de débat et le reflet des évolutions de la discipline. Quatre fois par an, elle présente aujourd’hui des problématiques scientifiques de pointe, sous forme de dossiers et dans une perspective internationale. Les articles peuvent être sollicités par la revue ou émaner de propositions spontanées. Ils sont soumis au comité de lecture qui peut demander des modifications. L’abondance d’information peut conduire à différer la publication d’un article de six mois.
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Objects for Eternity - Ancient Egyptian Art

 

The Arnold Meijer Archives of Egyptian Art

Introduction

These archives of Egyptian Antiquities aim to facilitate the academic and private study of our rich heritage. It provides an overview of objects from the art market as well as from selected literature and museum collections.

Most of the art market entries are assembled from the important auction houses. The majority are from the period 1980 to the present; roughly the last four decennia. This mainly concerns objects that travel between private collections and otherwise remained unpublished. As a result, it is challenging to study these objects and it is hoped that these archives can contribute to this, although they do not pretend to be complete. All files can be downloaded free of charge.

Objects being included does not necessarily imply authenticity. Among the pieces on the free market there are undoubtedly also recent imitations that have not been recognized as such. Also the dating provided may be erroneous. The files from the art market refer to their source and the publication date if applicable.

The main abbreviations used are:

BO-LOBonhams London
CH-LOChristie's London
CH-NYChristie's New York
DR-PADrouot Paris
HV-MCHotel de Ventes Monte Carlo
PB-PAPierre Bergé Paris
PB-NYPark Bernet New York
SO-LOSotheby's London
SO-NYSotheby's New York

Selected further indications:

Antiquarian New York
Boisgirard Auction Paris
Cahn Auktionen Basel
Charles Ede Gallery London
Harmakhis Ancient Art Brussels
Medusa Ancient Art Montreal
Merrin Gallery New York
Millon Auction Paris
Phoenix Ancient Art Geneva
Piasa Auction Paris
Royal Athena New York
Rupert Wace London
Safani Gallery New York
Slitine Auction Paris
Tajan Auction Paris
 

Stone Vessels

Predynastic to the Middle Kingdom

1448 images

Sculpture

Old Kingdom to Late Periods
Human forms

1655 images

Amulets

Figures of Small Sculpture
Online soon

Friday, January 28, 2022

Ugarit-Portal Göttingen

Das Ugarit-Portal Göttingen ist die Plattform der Göttinger Ugaritistik, die am alttestamentlichen Seminar unter der Leitung von Prof. Reinhard Müller betrieben wird.

Das Portal enthält:

  • eine Einführung in die Geschichte und die schriftliche Überlieferung aus Ugarit
  • eine Bibliographie
  • eine Einführung in die ugaritische Poesie und eine kurze Geschichte der poetologischen Forschung
  • digitalisierte Umschriften der ugaritischen poetischen Texte (samt Verbesserungen zu KTU3)
  • Informationen zum Studium (samt Überblick über die wichtigsten Hilfsmittel)
  • die Publikationen des Teams der Göttinger Ugaritistik
  • den Katalog der Ugarit-Bibliothek


Leiter: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Müller
Koordinator: Clemens Steinberger

Kontakt: ugarit@uni-goettingen.de

     

 

 

 

Divine Names on the Spot: Towards a Dynamic Approach of Divine Denominations in Greek and Semitic Contexts

Edited by: Galoppin, Thomas; Bonnet, Corinne (2021). Leuven Paris Bristol: Peeters.
Ancient Greek and Semitic languages resorted to a large range of words to name the divine. Gods and goddesses were called by a variety of names and combinations of onomastic attributes. This broad lexicon of names is characterised by plurality and a tendency to build on different sequences of names; therefore, the Mapping Ancient Polytheisms project focuses on the process of naming the divine in order to better understand the ancient divine in terms of a plurality in the making. A fundamental rule for reading ancient divine names is to grasp them in their context ? time and place, a ritual, the form of the discourse, a cultural milieu?: a deity is usually named according to a specific situation. From Artemis Eulochia to al-Lat, al-'Uzza and Manat, from Melqart to "my rock" in the biblical book of Psalms, this volume journeys between the sanctuary on Mount Gerizim and late antique magical practices, revisiting rituals, hymnic poetry, oaths of orators and philosophical prayers. While targeting different names in different contexts, the contributors draft theoretical propositions towards a dynamic approach of naming the divine in antiquity.

This book is published open access. It can be downloaded here.
Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:01 Faculty of Theology > Institute of Religious Studies
Special Collections > Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis
Dewey Decimal Classification:200 Religion
Language:English, French
Date:23 December 2021
Deposited On:28 Jan 2022 11:01
Last Modified:28 Jan 2022 11:01
Publisher:Peeters
Series Name:Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis
Volume:293
ISBN:978 90 429 4726 9
Additional Information:9789042947276 (eISBN)
OA Status:Green
Related URLs:https://www.peeters-leuven.be/detail.php?search_key=9789042947269&series_number_str=293&lang=en (Publisher)
 

Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome goes open access and paperless

ISSN: 0065-6801
EISSN: 2283-6179

The Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome contain essays on a range of subjects in the humanities, drawn from the disciplines represented in the Academy's School of Classical Studies, including archaeology, ancient studies, Greek and Latin literature, history of art, and medieval and modern Italian studies. The Memoirs, first published in 1915 and now an annual publication, continued the Supplementary Papers of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome (1905-1908), also included in this collection. The Memoirs and two other current publications of the American Academy in Rome are distributed by the University of Michigan Press; for subscription information, see http://www.press.umich.edu.

Coverage: 1915-2020 (Vol. 1 - Vol. 65)
Moving Wall: 0 years
Content for this title is released as soon as the latest issues become available to JSTOR.
 

 

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Latin as the Language of Science and Learning

Philipp Roelli  
Funded by: Schweizerischer Nationalfonds (SNF) 
book: Latin as the Language of Science and Learning
Volume 7 in the series Lingua Academica

About this book

Open Access

This book investigates the role of the Latin language as a vehicle for science and learning from several angles. First, the question what was understood as ‘science’ through time and how it is named in different languages, especially the Classical ones, is approached. Criteria for what did pass as scientific are found that point to ‘science’ as a kind of Greek Denkstil based on pattern-finding and their unbiased checking. In a second part, a brief diachronic panorama introduces schools of thought and authors who wrote in Latin from antiquity to the present. Latin’s heydays in this function are clearly the time between the twelfth and eighteenth centuries. Some niches where it was used longer are examined and reasons sought why Latin finally lost this lead-role. A third part seeks to define the peculiar characteristics of scientific Latin using corpus linguistic approaches. As a result, several types of scientific writing can be identified. The question of how to transfer science from one linguistic medium to another is never far: Latin inherited this role from Greek and is in turn the ancestor of science done in the modern vernaculars. At the end of the study, the importance of Latin science for modern science in English becomes evident.

eBook
  • Published: November 22, 2021
  • ISBN: 9783110745832
Hardcover
  • Published: December 6, 2021
  • ISBN: 9783110745757

  Frontmatter
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Contents
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Acknowledgements and practicalities
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Introduction
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Part 1 Semantics of the term ‘science’


1 Modern languages: Wissenschaft, science, наука, επιστήμη
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2 Terms for ‘science’ in Greek and Latin
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3 The wider semantic field of ‘science’ in the classical languages
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4 What is science and how does it relate to Denkstil?
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5 The demarcation problem
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Part 2 Diachronic panorama of Latin science and learning


6 Introductory remarks on Denkstile, epochs, and genres
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7 Greek science and its language in Antiquity
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8 Foundations of Roman science in Latin
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9 The age of the artes liberales
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10 The adoption of the Greek Denkstil
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11 University science: An Aristotelian Revolution
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267
12 New approaches in the Renaissance
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13 New science in the old tongue
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14 The demise of Latin as language of science
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15 Niches where Latin survived longer
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16 From Latin to vernacular science
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Part 3 Changes in the language of science


17 Introduction to the linguistics of scientific language
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18 Linguistic development studied in a general scientific corpus
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19 Conclusions on the Latin used in scientific texts
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20 Specific corpora: Arithmetic, historiography, scientific poetry
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21 How are new scientific concepts expressed?
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22 How was Greek science imported into other languages?
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23 The reuse of Latin in the modern languages of science
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24 On the relation between science, culture, and language
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Summary and concluding remarks
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Appendix 1
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Appendix 2
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Bibliographies
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General Index
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