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Open Access Journal: Cuneiform Digital Library Journal

First posted in AWOL  31 August 2009Most recently updated 27 July  2017]

Cuneiform Digital Library Journal
ISSN: 1540-8779
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The Cuneiform Digital Library Journal is a non-profit, refereed electronic journal for cuneiform studies. We have set ourselves the task of publishing articles of a high academic standard which also try to utilise the potential of electronic publication.

The Journal is supported by a number of institutions, chief among them the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin. Primary academic supervision of the Journal derives from the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI).
No. Author Title Date File
2017:1 Chen Y. & Wu Y. The Names of the Leaders and Diplomats of Marḫaši and Related Men in the Ur III Dynasty 2017/09/25 PDF
2016:2 Bonechi, M. Remarks on the Putative Source A2 of the Ebla Bilingual Lexical List 2016/12/19 PDF
2016:1 Firth, R. Synchronization of the Drehem, Nippur, and Umma Calendars During the Latter Part of Ur III 2016/12/19 PDF
2015:3 Such-Gutiérrez, M. The Texts from the 3rd Millennium BC at the Oriental Museum, University of Durham (England) 2015/10/02 PDF
2015:2 Benati, G. Re-modeling Political Economy in Early 3rd Millennium BC Mesopotamia: Patterns of Socio-Economic Organization in Archaic Ur (Tell al-Muqayyar, Iraq) 2015/10/01 PDF
2015:1 Hawkins, L. A New Edition of the Proto-Elamite Text MDP 17, 112 2015/05/02 PDF
2014:4 Kassian, A. Lexical Matches between Sumerian and Hurro-Urartian: Possible Historical Scenarios 2014/12/03 PDF
2014:3 Middeke-Conlin, R. & Proust, C. Interest, Price, and Profit: An Overview of Mathematical Economics in YBC 4698 2014/06/13 PDF
2014:2 Spada, G. Two Old Babylonian Model Contracts 2014/03/24 PDF
2014:1 Middeke-Conlin, R. The Scents of Larsa: A Study of the Aromatics Industry in an Old Babylonian Kingdom 2014/03/24 PDF
2013:3 Cripps, E. Messengers from Šuruppak 2013/07/20 PDF
2013:2 Tsouparopoulou, Ch. A Reconstruction of the Puzriš-Dagan Central Livestock Agency 2013/06/02 PDF
2013:1 Firth, R. Notes on Year Names of the Early Ur III Period: Šulgi 20-30 2013/03/18 PDF
2012:1 Ouyang, X. & Brookman, W. R. The Cuneiform Collection of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts 2012/02/20 PDF
2012:2 Damerow, P. Sumerian Beer: The Origins of Brewing Technology in Ancient Mesopotamia 2012/01/22 PDF
2011:2 Firth, R. A Discussion of the Use of im-babbar2 by the Craft Workers of Ancient Mesopotamia 2011/10/30 PDF
2011:1 Cathcart, K. J. The Earliest Contributions to the Decipherment of Sumerian and Akkadian 2011/03/03 PDF
2010:2 Adams, R. McC. Slavery and Freedom in the Third Dynasty of Ur: Implications of the Garshana Archives 2010/07/06 PDF
2010:1 Ragavan, D. Cuneiform Texts and Fragments in the Harvard Art Museum / Arthur M. Sackler Museum 2010/07/06 PDF
2009:7 Adams, R. McC. Old Babylonian Networks of Urban Notables 2009/10/26 PDF
2009:6 Widell, M. Two Ur III Texts from Umma: Observations on Archival Practices and Household Management 2009/10/24 PDF
2009:5 Lafont, B. The Army of the Kings of Ur: The Textual Evidence 2009/10/21 PDF
2009:3 Friberg, J. A Geometric Algorithm with Solutions to Quadratic Equations in a Sumerian Juridical Document from Ur III Umma 2009/09/23 PDF
2009:4 Englund, R. K. The Smell of the Cage 2009/08/21 PDF
2009:2 Robson, E. & Clark, K. The Cuneiform Tablet Collection of Florida State University 2009/07/19 PDF
2009:1 Proust, C. Numerical and Metrological Graphemes: From Cuneiform to Transliteration 2009/06/22 PDF
2008:2 Hilgert, M. Cuneiform Texts in the Collection of St. Martin Archabbey Beuron 2008/07/07 PDF
2008:1 Adams, R. McC. An Interdisciplinary Overview of a Mesopotamian City and its Hinterlands 2008/03/25 PDF
2007:1 Seri, A. The Mesopotamian Collection in the Kalamazoo Valley Museum 2007/08/25 PDF
2006:3 Richardson, S. F. C. gir3-gen-na and Šulgi’s “Library”: Liver Omen Texts in the Third Millennium BC (I) 2006/08/06 PDF
2006:2 Johnson, J. C. The Ur III Tablets in the Valdosta State University Archives 2006/04/24 PDF
2006:1 Damerow, P. The Origins of Writing as a Problem of Historical Epistemology 2006/01/28 PDF
2005:3 Dahl, J. L. Complex Graphemes in Proto-Elamite 2005/06/19 PDF
2005:2 Friberg, J. On the Alleged Counting with Sexagesimal Place Value Numbers in Mathematical Cuneiform Texts from the Third Millennium B.C. 2005/06/14 PDF
2005:1 Monaco, S. Unusual Accounting Practices in Archaic Mesopotamian Tablets 2005/05/01 PDF
2004:2 Widell, M. The Calendar of Neo-Sumerian Ur and Its Political Significance 2004/07/14 PDF
2004:1 Heimpel, W. AO 7667 and the Meaning of ba-an-gi4 2004/01/12 PDF
2003:5 Chambon, G. Archaic Metrological Systems from Ur 2003/12/23 PDF
2003:4 Hilgert, M. New Perspectives in the Study of Third Millennium Akkadian 2003/08/26 PDF
2003:3 Michalowski, P. An Early Dynastic Tablet of ED Lu A from Tell Brak (Nagar) 2003/03/05 PDF
2003:2 Widell, M. The Ur III calendar(s) of Tūram-ilī 2003/02/20 PDF
2003:1 Englund, R. K. The Year: "Nissen returns joyous from a distant island" 2003/02/15 PDF
2002:2 Widell, M. A Previously Unpublished Lawsuit from Ur III Adab 2002/09/27 PDF
2002:1 Englund, R. K. The Ur III Collection of the CMAA 2002/09/11 PDF

Open Access Journal: HASBonline – Hefte des Archäologischen Seminars der Universität Bern

HASBonline – Hefte des Archäologischen Seminars der Universität Bern
ISSN: 0259-7764
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The new HASBonline – Hefte zur Archäologie des Mittelmeerraumes aus Bern is the first Swiss archaeological journal in open access form with peer review. This makes possible the swift publication of the most recent research findings as peer reviewed papers as well as the widespread access to the international community of classical archaeology and their various regions of interest and methodological approaches.
Articles may be submitted in German, French, Italian or English.
The publication will appear in digital form in open access as well as in printed form in limited numbers; the journal as well as the supplementary volumes will appear periodically.
2017

Vol 22 (2017)

Back issues


    1. Volume 21 (2009)
    2. Volume 5 (2008)
    3. Volume 20 (2007)
    4. Volume 19 (2003)
    5. Volume 18 (2002)
    6. Volume 4 (2001)
    7. Volume 17 (2000)
    8. Volume 16 (1997)
    9. Volume 3 (1996)
    10. Volume 15 (1994)
    11. Volume 2 (1993)
    12. Volume 14 (1991)
    13. Volume 13 (1990)
    14. Volume 12 (1987)
    15. Volume 11 (1986)
    16. Volume 1 (1985)
    17. Volume 10 (1984)
    18. Volume 9 (1983)
    19. Volume 8 (1982)
    20. Volume 7 (1981)
    21. Volume 6 (1980)
    22. Volume 5 (1979)
    23. Volume 4 (1978)
    24. Volume 3 (1977)
    25. Volume 2 (1976)
    26. Volume 1 (1975)

    Open Access Journal: Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche

    Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche
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    Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche (CaSteR) è la rivista internazionale, accademica, peer-reviewed e Open Access, della Società Scientifica Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Cartagine (SAIC).

    Ambito e orizzonte culturale

    L'ambito culturale della rivista è quello delle scienze storiche, archeologiche e dell’antichità, della storia dell’arte, della conservazione, della valorizzazione e del restauro dei beni culturali. L'ambito cronologico di riferimento va dalla preistoria fino al periodo fatimide (XII sec.) mentre dal punto di vista geografico l'area di elezione è quella dell'Africa del Nord (in particolare Tunisia e paesi del Maghreb) intesa sia come spazio geografico fisico che come termine culturale di raffronto per studi che trattino di aspetti comuni ad altre aree e di rapporti di interscambio culturale e materiale. Particolare attenzione verrà inoltre riservata agli studi che tratteranno di aspetti collegati alla musealizzazione, al restauro dei monumenti, alle tematiche collegate alla valorizzazione dei giacimenti culturali materiali e immateriali.

    Scopo

    La rivista si propone di incoraggiare, negli ambiti sopra identificati, la ricerca interdisciplinare sull'area nord Africana ed in particolare in Tunisia proponendosi come un contenitore di scambio e confronto non solo tra i componenti della comunità accademica degli specialisti di settore ma, superando i confini nazionali, tra le diverse comunità accademiche e la società civile.

    Tipo di documenti editi

    I contenuti della rivista saranno principalmente testi a stampa corredati da immagini fotografiche, disegni in vari formati (raster e vettoriali), filmati video e file contenenti dati testuali. Potranno essere inoltre sottoposti alla valutazione di CaSteR per l'edizione anche lavori multimediali purché rigorosamente a carattere scientifico e di ambito cronologico, geografico e culturale assolutamente coerente con le linee editoriali sopra esposte.

    2016

    Copertina

    N. 1 (2016)

    Althiburos, Tunisia. Teatro romano (foto Gilberto Montali).

    2017

    Copertina

    N. 2 (2017)

    Ellès, Tunisia (foto Anna Depalmas).

    Sommario

    Saggi e studi

    Marco Muresu
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    Lavinia Del Basso
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    Conferenze, seminari e sedute scientifiche della SAIC

    Laura Baratin
    PDF
    Anna Depalmas
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    Massimo Botto, Nabil Kallala, Sergio Ribichini
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    Nabil Kallala, Gilberto Montali, Mohamed Ben Nejma, Sahrane Chérif, Jamel Hajji, Mounir Torchani
    PDF

    Schede e materiali

    Roger Hanoune
    Mohammed-Arbi Nsiri
    Piero Bartoloni
    PDF

    Recensioni

    Mohammed-Arbi Nsiri

    Perseus 5.0/Scaife Digital Library Viewer RFP

    Perseus 5.0/Scaife Digital Library Viewer RFP
    We are working on the draft for an RFP to develop CTS-based front end that we will use to make Open Greek and Latin available as part of Perseus 5.0. We are calling this the Scaife Digital Library Viewer. We hope to finalize the RFP early in the week of July
     31 and welcome any and all suggestions in the meantime.

    Information is available at https://goo.gl/KTeUi9.

    Wednesday, July 26, 2017

    Open Access Journal: Journal of Classics Teaching

    Journal of Classics Teaching
    ISSN: - EISSN: 2058-6310
    Journal of Classics Teaching
    Now online and open access the Journal of Classics Teaching (JCT) aims to be the leading journal for teachers of Latin, ancient Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History internationally. JCT covers the primary, secondary and tertiary education sectors and welcomes articles and short book reviews of interest to Classics teachers.
      2010s (Vol 16-18)

        Open Access Journal: Restauro Archeologico

        Restauro Archeologico
        ISSN 1724-9686 (print)
        ISSN 2465-2377 (online)
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        Restauro Archeologico (RA­) è un periodico scientifico internazionale, semestrale, pubblicato in stampa e modalità Open Access.

        RA pubblica articoli sottoposti a peer review – in italiano, inglese, spagnolo, francese e tedesco – sulla conoscenza, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio architettonico d’interesse archeologico e di quello allo stato di rudere e si pone l’obiettivo di focalizzare l’attenzione sulle metodologie di studio e d’intervento su manufatti architettonici riferibili a contesti archeologici o ad essi connessi (pluristratificazioni).


        Il restauro archeologico può comprendere, per modalità d’intervento e finalità di valorizzazione, oltre ai manufatti riferibili all’antichità, anche tutti i manufatti che, per provenienza, condizioni di utilizzo e stato di manutenzione sono ridotti a rudere; ad esempio, sugli edifici in disuso, o in rovina di epoca moderna, si potrà intervenire con procedure simili a quelle utilizzate per le testimonianze di epoca antica, con la principale finalità di conservarne la memoria, come nel caso dell’archeologia industriale. La rivista ambisce, quindi, a costituire una finestra privilegiata di osservazione dei diversi approcci conservativi in funzione dei molteplici contesti geopolitici e culturali. In quest’ottica, ampio spazio è dato agli aspetti di multidisciplinarietà insiti nella pratica del restauro, con un’attenzione particolare ai progressi metodologici e tecnici della disciplina.

        Restauro Archeologico (RA­) is a scientific international print and open access journal, issued every six months.


        RA publishes articles peer-reviewed – in Italian, English, Spanish, French and German, sulla concerning the knowledge, conservation, and valorisation of all endangered, neglected, or ruined architectural structures and aims to focus attention on the methodologies of study and intervention on architectural heritage in archaeological contexts or connected to them (pluristratification).
        The archaeological restoration may involve, for modes of intervention and enhancement purposes, in addition to the ancient heritage, even all the architectures that, due of their origin, conditions of use and maintenance are reduced to ruins; for instance, interventions could be undertaken on modern buildings that are abandoned or in a state of ruin, using procedures similar to those applied to ancient structures, with the primary purpose of maintaining memory: this is the case, for example, of industrial archaeology.

        Therefore, the journal aims to be a privileged observation window of all possible conservative approaches depending on the geopolitical and cultural multiple contexts. With this in mind, ample space is given to multidisciplinary aspects inherent in the practice of restoration, with special attention to methodological and technical advances in the discipline.

        Seven additional volumes of Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online

        Seven additional volumes of Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online