Thursday, April 27, 2017

New Open Access Book: Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual

Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual
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The Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual is the first major field manual published from an American excavation in Greece and among a very small number of manuals published from the Eastern Mediterranean in the last generation. The appearance of this book is timely, however, as there is a growing interest in field methods and the history of excavation practices throughout the discipline of archaeology. Moreover, Corinth Excavations has long held a special place in American archaeology in Greece as the primary training excavation for graduate students associated with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. As a result, the field manual has had a particular influence among American excavators and projects in Greece, among Mediterranean archaeologists, and in archaeology classrooms.
Published as a technical field manual, an archival document, and a key statement of practice from a major excavation, the Corinth Excavations Archaeological Manual presents a guide for daily procedures at the Corinth Excavations, a complete record of documentation forms used in the field, and a practical glimpse into the functioning of a complex, major, project. The manual is a landmark text appropriate for the university student, the scholar of methodology, and the working field archaeologist.
All of the authors have worked on the excavations at Corinth in various capacities. This manual was developed under the directorship of Dr. Guy Sanders by former field directors Alicia Carter Johnson and Dr. Sarah James. Additional contributions come from past and present Corinth staff including assistant director Dr. Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst, architect James Herbst, conservator Nicol Anastasatou, and archaeologist Katerina Ragkou. The authors would also like to recognize the contributions of the many students from the American School of Classical Studies at Athens who offered valuable feedback on earlier versions of this manual over the past 10 years.
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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 April 2017 (new URLS)]

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 16,2 november 2016


Indholdsfortegnelse


Artikler:

David Bloch, Oversættelse af klassiske tekster. — Med en diskussion af Platons samlede værker i ny oversættelse I-VI, udg. af Jørgen Mejer & Chr. Gorm Tortzen (København 2009-2015).
Jens A. Krasilnikoff, Geder, guder og gentlemen. Nogle refleksioner over 4. århundredes attiske dyrehold.
Thomas Heine Nielsen, Athloi i Drakons drabslov – en sportshistorisk note.
Erik Skyum-Nielsen, Forbandelsens fest. Dialogen med Ovid i Anders Abildgaards Ibis.

Oversættelser:

Senecas Moralske Breve, bog 9. Oversat af Kell Commerau Madsen & Hans Gregersen.
Senecas Moralske Breve, bog 10. Oversat af Kell Commerau Madsen & Hans Gregersen
Sofokles, Filoktet. Oversat af Eva Sprogøe med et efterskrift af Chr. Gorm Tortzen.
Sueton: Om grammatikerne og retorerne. Oversat af Peter Bruun Hansen.

Nekrologer

Thomas Heine Nielsen, Carsten Weber-Nielsen 2.9.1949 – 29.5.2016.

Tilbage til forsiden.

OVERSIGT OVER TIDLIGERE NUMRE

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
Platonselskabet Oslo 2005
Platonselskabet Reykjavik 2009
Platonselskabet Lund 2011
Platonselskabet København 2013
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

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

New In ARTA

Qahéri, Sépideh. “Premier témoignage sur la pratique des coutumes funéraires égyptiennes à Suse d’époque   achéménide.” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2016, no. 001 (2016): 1–25.   
http://www.achemenet.com/pdf/arta/ARTA_2016.001-Qaheri.pdf
Stolper, Matthew W. “From the Persepolis Fortification Archive Project, 6 The Dossier of Šarbaladda, Treasury Secretary at Persepolis.” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2017, no. 001 (2017): 1–33. 
https://www.academia.edu/32662073/M._STOLPER_From_the_Persepolis_Fortification_Archive_Project_6_The_Dossier_of_%C5%A0arbaladda_Treasury_Secretary_at_Persepolis
Qaheri, Sépideh, and Kevin Trehuedic. “Premier alabastron d’époque perse à inscription araméenne (MNI 218/9).” ARTA: Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 2017, no. 002 (2017): 1–11.
https://www.academia.edu/32662100/S._QAHERI_K._TREHUEDIC_Premier_alabastron_d_%C3%A9poque_perse_%C3%A0_inscription_aram%C3%A9enne_MNI_218_9_  
 
See ARTA's New page at Academia.edu 
 
And see AWOL's author index of all articles published in ARTA 

Open Access Journal: Forum Classicum: Zeitschrift für die Fächer Latein und Griechisch an Schulen und Universitäten

[First posted in AWOL 3 November 2009. Updated 26 April 2017 (recent volumes added)]

Forum Classicum: Zeitschrift für die Fächer Latein und Griechisch an Schulen und Universitäten
ISSN: 1432-7511

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Newly online Open Access Journal: Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Altphilologenverbandes

Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Altphilologenverbandes
ISSN: 0011-9830
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CLASSICAL ART RESEARCH CENTRE and THE BEAZLEY ARCHIVE

[First posted in AWOL 4 April 2013, updated 26 April 2017]

CLASSICAL ART RESEARCH CENTRE and THE BEAZLEY ARCHIVE
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The Classical Art Research Centre leads and supports research on ancient art. At its heart is the Beazley Archive, which includes the world's largest collection of images of ancient figure-decorated pottery.

The Beazley Archive's online databases and our other web resources are freely available through this site.

Databases

Beazley notebooks

Nostell Priory Greek Vases Archive

The Lost Nicholson Sculptures

Library resources

Introduction to Greek pottery

Sir John Beazley and Greek pottery

Sir John Boardman and engraved gems

Dictionary

An illustrated dictionary functions throughout the site; any term the novice user might not know is linked to the dictionary.

Bibliographies

The bibliographies were originally created for undergraduates in the University of Oxford. They are regularly updated.

Podcasts / videos

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

TITUS: Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien

 [Firsts posted in AWOL 16 June 2012, updated 25 Apr 2017]

TITUS: Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien
The TITUS server is a joint project of the Institute of Comparative Linguistics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, the Ústav starého Predního východu of Charles University, Prague, the Institut for Almen og Anvendt Sprogvidenskab of the University of Kopenhagen and the Departamento de Filología Clásica y Románica (Filología Griega) de la Universidad de Oviedo

Further information as to the TITUS project is available here.

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