Saturday, August 19, 2017

Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications: Titles with full-text online

 [First posted in AWOL 12 October 2012, updated 19 August 2017]

MetPublications
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MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive publishing program with 1,500 titles, including books, online publications, and Bulletins and Journals from the last five decades.
MetPublications includes a description and table of contents for most titles, as well as information about the authors, reviews, awards, and links to related Met titles by author and by theme. Current book titles that are in-print may be previewed and fully searched online, with a link to purchase the book. The full contents of almost all other book titles may be read online, searched, or downloaded as a PDF. Many of these out-of-print books will be available for purchase, when rights permit, through print-on-demand capabilities in association with Yale University Press. For the Met's Bulletin, all but the most recent issue can be downloaded as a PDF. For the Met's Journal, all individual articles and entire volumes can be downloaded as a PDF.
Readers may also locate works of art from the Met's collections that are included in every book and periodical title and access the most recent information about these works in Collections.
Readers are also directed to every title located in library catalogues on WATSONLINE and WorldCat.
Please check back frequently for updates and new book titles.
MetPublications is made possible by Hunt & Betsy Lawrence.
Titles with full-text online

IMPACT Radiological Mummy Database

 [First posted in AWOL 29 May 2012, updated 19 August 2017]

IMPACT Radiological Mummy Database
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The IMPACT Radiological Mummy Database is a large-scale, multi-institutional collaborative research project devoted to the scientific study of mummified remains, and the mummification traditions that produced them, through non-destructive medical imaging technologies.

IMPACT focuses on the body,  made artifact through cultural or natural intervention, in bioarchaeology, epidemiology, and social archaeology studies of  past human societies and their genetic and cultural decendants.
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Sculptures de la Gaule Romaine

[First posted in AWOL 25 April 2013, updated 19 August 2017]

Sculptures de la Gaule Romaine
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La base de données NEsp est issue d’un programme de recherche du Centre Camille Jullian sur les collections des sculptures romaines de la Gaule Narbonnaise.

Dans un premier temps, les données collectées dans les musées du sud de la France ont été gérées par la base NarboSculpture. Cette recherche s’est élargie, à la faveur de l’opération du Nouvel Espérandieu, Recueil Général des Sculptures sur pierre de la Gaule, menée par l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres sous la direction d’Henri LAVAGNE. Elle couvre à présent l’inventaire, la gestion, l’étude et la publication des sculptures de l’ensemble de la Gaule romaine. L’accroissement constant des données a nécessité la création de la base NEsp sous la responsabilité de Danièle Terrer.
Cette base devrait contenir au moins 15000 fiches et 60000 images. Certes, c’est un projet qui se réalise dans la durée, ce qui est, sans doute, le sort de tous les grands inventaires nationaux. Ce fut celui de l’inventaire réalisé par Emile Espérandieu de 1907 à 1938 (onze volumes), puis par Raymond Lantier de 1947 à 1966 (quatre volumes), l’ensemble constituant une collection prestigieuse de près de 10000 sculptures publiée sous le patronage de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. Jusqu’à la publication d’un Nouveau Recueil Général des Sculptures sur pierre de la Gaule, c’était le seul inventaire connu.

En outre, ce premier inventaire, constitué par Emile Espérandieu au début du siècle dernier, était illustré par des plaques de verre dont nous avons pu assurer le sauvetage en les numérisant et en les indexant dans une base de données RBR en vis-à-vis de la nouvelle base NEsp . Ces plaques sont en partie conservées au Palais du Roure à Avignon et au Fort de Saint-Cyr. Jean-Daniel PARISET, Conservateur des Archives de Saint-Cyr, conscient à la fois de la précarité de ces fragiles documents du siècle dernier et de leur immense valeur de témoignage, a bien voulu entreprendre leur sauvetage, aux côtés de Henri LAVAGNE, Membre de l’Institut. La mise à disposition des plaques de verre auprès de la communauté scientifique a été rendue possible par le Ministère de la Culture (France), Médiathèque de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine. Diffusion RMN. La valorisation de ces plaques revient au Centre Camille Jullian où elles ont pu être indexées et intégrées dans la base de données RBR où sont consignés les identifications proposées par Emile Espérandieu, les références au CIL , les sources, les dessins et relevés anciens...

Friday, August 18, 2017

Open Access Monograph Series: Wilkinson Egyptology Series

Wilkinson Egyptology Series
Founded in 2013, the Wilkinson Egyptology Series is a peer-reviewed imprint of the UAEE. The series is open to proposals from all scholars in the field of Egyptology for publication of monographs, comprehensive site reports, conference proceedings, and other edited works. The goal of the Series is to assist scholars in bringing high-quality work to print quickly, through a review process akin to those of most major journals. After a period of not more than five years, each volume will be made available online, free of charge. The series is named after and designed to reflect Richard H. Wilkinson's prolific academic career: producing the highest quality work in a timely manner. Contributions to the UAEE in honor of Professor Wilkinson will be marked to support the Series specifically, and can be made here.

For questions or to submit a manuscript or proposal for inclusion in the series, please contact: UAEE@egypt.arizona.edu



The Series logo is an abbreviated writing of the word rHw, meaning "companions, comrades, fellows," an appropriate reminder that these works are offered in the spirit of advancing our collective knowledge and could not have been produced without the benefit of the work of those who have come before. See A.H. Gardiner, Egyptian Grammar (3rd edition revised, Oxford: Griffith Institute, 1957) pg 578 for the translation.




Archaeological Research in the Valley of the Kings and Ancient Thebes: Papers Presented in Honor of Richard H. Wilkinson (ISBN 978-0964995819; 2013)

Wilkinson Egyptology Series, vol. I

In August 2013, the UAEE published Archaeological Research in the Valley of the Kings and Ancient Thebes: Papers Presented in Honor of Richard H. Wilkinson, edited by P.P. Creasman. At nearly 400 pages and including 125+ color illustrations, this work is composed of two dozen chapters by leading scholars from around the world. A great variety of new discoveries and current research are presented, covering topics as diverse as ancient tomb robbery to historic love letters.
To purchase your copy & support the UAEE, click here.

The Temple of Tausret (ISBN 978-0964995826; 2011)

A report of UAEE's  excavations from 2004 to 2011 of the remains of the temple of millions of years of Tausert, the 19th Dynasty queen who ruled as a king ca. 1200 B.C.E., edited by R.H. Wilkinson.
To purchase your copy & support the UAEE , click here.
Also, you can learn virtually all there is to know about the Pharaoh-Queen Tausret in Tausret: Forgotten Queen and Pharaoh of Egypt (2012, Oxford), ed. R.H. Wilkinson, which can also be purchased from Amazon, here: http://tinyurl.com/7d5h8ww

Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs  (1995)

The papers from the International Conference on the Valley of the Kings conducted by the Egyptian Expedition were published as Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs (Tucson, 1995).
The volume is printed as a library quality laminated paperback (ISBN 0-9649958), 165 pp. with over 90 photographs, figures, maps and charts.
A limited number of copies of this volume are available for purchase from the UAEE.
Please contact: UAEE@egypt.arizona.edu


Open Access Journal: Neronia Electronica

[First posted in AWOL 28 February 2012. Updated 16 November 2014]

Neronia Electronica
ISSN: 2272-6985
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La Revue NERONIA ELECTRONICA, à comité de lecture international, a pour objectif de nourrir la recherche et le débat scientifique sur l’époque néronienne (de Claude à Titus), ses racines hellènes, hellénistiques et romaines, son legs historique et son image jusqu’à aujourd’hui. Conformément à la vocation de la société, elle accueille des travaux des différents champs disciplinaires (histoire, littérature, philosophie, histoire de l’art, droit, archéologie, épigraphie, numismatique) en étant ouverte aux problématiques transversales et aux débats scientifiques.
La revue publie :
Sont acceptées des contributions dans les langues suivantes : français, anglais, allemand, espagnol, italien.

    Neronia Electronica – Fascicule 4 (2016)

    Sommaire L’image de Claude dans l’Antiquité.  Du maître de la mer au jouet de la cour (Anne-Claire Michel) The Rhetorical Construction of Female Characters and the Imperial Image of Nero in Tacitus’ Annals  (Sarah F. L. Azevedo) Afranius Burrus dans … Continuer la lecture
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    Neronia Electronica – Fascicule 3 (2014)

    Sommaire • Les cités thessaliennes et Néron : à propos d’une inscription inédite de Larissa. (Athanasios Tziafalias, Ancien Ephore des Antiquités de Larisa (Thessalie) et Richard Bouchon, Maître de Conférences en histoire grecque – Université Lumière Lyon 2 – HiSoMA UMR5189) … Continuer la lecture
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    Neronia Electronica – Fascicule 2 (2012)

    Sommaire • Dionysiaca aurea: The development of Dionysian images from Augustus to Nero. (Stéphanie Wyler – Université Paris 7 – Anhima, UMR 8210) • Les passages relatifs à Ofonius Tigellinus dans les Annales de Tacite. (Sandra Delage – Université Bordeaux … Continuer la lecture
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    Neronia Electronica – Fascicule 1 (2011)

    Sommaire • Les réformes électorales de Caligula et de Néron. Quelques réflexions. (Virginie Hollard – Lyon) • Le récit de l’année 53 dans les Annales de Tacite (12.58-63). (Olivier Devillers – Bordeaux) • La ex Vigna Barberini e le costruzioni … Continuer la lecture
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      Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum Old Kingdom Volumes Online

      [First posted in AWOL 18 July 2012, updated 18 August 2017]

      Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum: Lose-Blatt-Katalog Ägyptischer Altertümer
      Old Kingdom Volumes Courtesy of
      The Giza Digital Library


      TitleRelated PeopleDate of Publication
      Hölzl, Regina. Reliefs und Inschriftensteine des Alten Reiches I. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 18. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1999. Regina Hölzl1999
      Hölzl, Regina. Reliefs und Inschriftensteine des Alten Reiches 2.Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 21. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 2001. Regina Hölzl2001
      Jaroš-Deckert, Brigitte. Statuen des Alten Reiches. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Lieferung 15. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1993. Brigitte Jaroš-Deckert1993
      Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches. Teil 1. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 3. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1978. Karl Martin1978
      Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches. Teil 2. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 7. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1979. Karl Martin1979
      Martin, Karl. Reliefs des Alten Reiches und verwandte Denkmäler. Teil 3. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 8. Mit Beiträgen von Peter Kaplony. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1980. Karl Martin1980
      Martin-Pardey, Eva. Plastik des Alten Reiches . Teil 1. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 1. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1977. Eva Martin-Pardey1977
      Martin-Pardey, Eva. Plastik des Alten Reiches . Teil 2. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 4. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1978. Eva Martin-Pardey1978
      Martin-Pardey, Eva. Eingeweidegefässe. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 5. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1979. Eva Martin-Pardey1979
      Martin-Pardey, Eva. Grabbeigaben, Nachträge und Ergänzungen. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum. Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 6. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1991. Eva Martin-Pardey1991

      Online Transactions of the State Hermitage Museum - ТРУДЫ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОГО ЭРМИТАЖА

      Online Transactions of the State Hermitage Museum - ТРУДЫ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОГО ЭРМИТАЖА

      ...

      Transactions of the State Hermitage Museum. LXVI. St. Petersburg Egyptology Readings 2011-2012. St. Petersburg, 2013.

       ...

      Transactions of the State Hermitage Museum. LXIX. Byzantium within the Context of the World Culture. St. Petersburg, 2013.

      ...

      Transactions of the State Hermitage Museum. LXII. Sogdians, their Precursors, Contemporaries and Heirs. St. Petersburg, 2013.

      Thursday, August 17, 2017

      The Bridge: Customizable Greek and Latin Vocabulary Lists

      [First posted in AWOL 6 February 2016, updated 17 August 2017]

      The Bridge: Customizable Greek and Latin Vocabulary Lists
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      The Bridge enables students and instructors to generate customized vocabulary lists from its database of Greek and Latin textbooks and texts. A list might include all the vocabulary from a core list, an ancient text, or a textbook. But users can focus on a selection of a list or work and also customize their lists to take into account textbooks that they have used, core lists they have mastered, and texts they have already read. These lists can then be filtered to focus on one or more parts of speech, among other options, and then printed or downloaded in a variety of formats.
      The Project Director is Bret Mulligan, Associate Professor of Classics at Haverford College.
      The Bridge was first developed by Julie Ta (Haverford ’16) and Blair Rush (Haverford ’16) in the summer of 2014. Significant revisions were begun in the summer and fall of 2015 by Jack Raisel (Haverford ’17) and Julie Ta, and completed in the summer of 2017 by Byron Biney (Swarthmore '19) and Dylan Emery (Haverford ’18). Additional administrative, technical, and logistical support was provided by Laurie Allen (Coordinator for Digital Scholarship and Services), Michael Zarafonetis (Digital Scholarship Librarian), Andy Janco (Digital Scholarship Librarian), Margaret Schaus (Lead Research and Instruction Librarian), Adrienne Lucas (University of Delaware), Jennifer Rajchel (Assistant Director, Tri-Co Digital Humanities), and Archana Kaku (Tri-Co Digital Humanities Program Coordinator, Bryn Mawr College). Initial data for The Bridge have been compiled by Florencia Foxley (HC ’13), Emma Mongoven (’14), Vanessa Felso (Bryn Mawr College ’15), and Carman Romano (HC ’16). Additional collaborators are listed on the "Details About Texts". Data for some ancient texts were generously provided by the Laboratoire d’Analyse Statistique des Langues Anciennes at the Université de Liège and The Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebanking Project. The development of The Bridge was made possible by the financial support of Haverford College (2014-2017), a Program Grant from the Classical Association of the Atlantic States (2015) a Mellon Digital Humanities Grant (2014-2015).

      Open Access Journal: Mirabilia: Revista Eletrônica da Antiguidade e Idade Média / Eletronic Journal of Antiquity and Middle Ages

      [First posted in AWOL 29 October 2013, updated 17 August 2017]

      Mirabilia: Revista Eletrônica da Antiguidade e Idade Média / Eletronic Journal of Antiquity and Middle Ages
      ISSN 1676-5818
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      The word Mirabilia in latin is a neutral plural adjective which means "admirable things" or "wonders" and comes from the verb mirare, to regard, look at. Therefore, this name evokes the admirable aspects of the ancient and the medieval times.

      The Journal Mirablia is an on line publication which provides articles, documents and academic reviews produced by scholars of Ancient and Medieval History from all over the world interested in increase and debate their interests.

      This publication is connected to the deeper concept of Cultural History, which is expressed in the relationship between History and the other fields of knowledge and centers its studies in the literaires, religious, philosophycal and artistical aspects of those areas and their relationship in time and space.

      The Journal Mirabilia intends not only to unite the studies of different branches in human sciences, but also to link the areas of Ancient and Medieval History in Brazil. The reason of this ambition is a simple one: the Brazilian scholars and students have a great difficulty to access the sources and the recent publications, an habitual problem to the countries of the Third World. Therefore, by approaching the two areas and providing them with opportunity of reaching the research findings in Brazil and abroad, We intend to strenghten the Brazilian studies of Ancient and Medieval History, proportioning to a greater number of people the acess to the result of the researches currently developed.
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      Mirabilia 01 (2001)



      Çatalhöyük Databases On-line

      [First posted in AWOL 29 March 2012, updated 17 August 2017]

      Çatalhöyük Databases On-line
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      This area of the website gives you direct access to the excavation and other specialist data as recorded during the excavation season. We will be updating the data available periodically but if there is any particular data you would like to see please contact us to see if we can help. There are two ways to explore our excavation data. You can either browse the available data which offers you categories of information to look at to help guide you through our datasets, or if you have a more specific query in mind you can choose from our variety of Search Screens.
      Browse the available data
      or
      Search the available data


        Excavation Diaries:
        • Browse the diaries 
          • Years with Diary entries
            • Year 1996 has 86 entries
            • Year 1997 has 41 entries
            • Year 1998 has 107 entries
            • Year 1999 has 172 entries
            • Year 2001 has 2 entries
            • Year 2003 has 11 entries
            • Year 2004 has 167 entries
            • Year 2005 has 63 entries
            • Year 2006 has 228 entries
            • Year 2007 has 297 entries
            • Year 2008 has 253 entries
            • Year 2009 has 83 entries
            • Year 2010 has 125 entries
            • Year 2011 has 146 entries
            • Year 2012 has 251 entries
            • Year 2013 has 312 entries
            • Year 2014 has 69 entries
            • Year 2015 has 54 entries
            • Year 2016 has 43 entries

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      Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi

      [First posted in AWOL 9 September 2010, updated 17 August 2017]

      LGGA Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi
      Directed by Franco Montanari
      Associate Editors: Fausto Montana, Lara Pagan
      The LESSICO DEI GRAMMATICI GRECI ANTICHI (LGGA) represents an online reference tool, specifically dedicated to the field of ancient Greek philology, grammar and scholarship.
      This website, which was opened in 2002, has seen the in-progress publication of cards regarding figures who are relevant, from various points of view, for exegesis as well as erudite and philological-grammatical research in the ancient world. The list of figures taken into consideration has progressively increased up to a total amount of more than 570. The cards available for downloading are now over 300.
      Starting from November 2015, LGGA is published by Brill under the name of Lexicon of Greek Grammarians of Antiquity

      The new web site publishes initially all the cards that were available on Aristarchus, for some of which the corresponding English version will be made available immediately. Over time each card will be updated and supplied with an English translation. In addition, the cards not yet included will be progressively added. As in the past, each card is made up of:

      1. an encyclopedic entry with discussion of biographical data and works/fragments of the grammarian;
      2. ist and texts of ancient witnesses;
      3. bibliography.
      In comparison with the previous version, far more refined searches are now possible (e. g. on the basis of chronology of the grammarians or the content of the fragments) and the cards are easier to use thanks to the addition of many cross-references both to other LGGA cards and to different web sites (e. g. repertories of ancient texts or reference works).
      l LESSICO DEI GRAMMATICI GRECI ANTICHI (LGGA) rappresenta uno strumento di consultazione di base online, in particolare per le ricerche sulla storia della filologia, della grammatica e dell’erudizione nel mondo greco antico.
      Il progetto si è concretizzato nella progressiva pubblicazione su questo sito, aperto nel 2002, di schede relative ai personaggi a vario titolo rilevanti per l’esegesi e la ricerca erudita e filologico - grammaticale nel mondo antico.Il repertorio delle figure prese in considerazione si è gradualmente accresciuto fino ad arrivare a più di 570, così come la quantità di schede presenti e disponibili per il download in pdf, giunte a superare le 300.
      A partire da novembre del 2015, LGGA è pubblicato dall’editore Brill con il nome di Lexicon of Greek Grammarians of Antiquity
      Il nuovo sito pubblica inizialmente tutte le schede che già erano disponibili sul sito Aristarchus, affiancando la corrispondente versione inglese in un primo momento solo ad alcune di esse. Nel corso del tempo, ognuna delle schede esistenti sarà aggiornata e corredata di traduzione in inglese e saranno inoltre aggiunte le schede che attualmente restano ancora da redigere.Come in passato, ogni scheda è costituita da:

      1. una voce enciclopedica sul grammatico;
      2. elenco e testi di testimonianze antiche e frammenti;
      3. bibliografia.
      Rispetto alla versione precedente, sono adesso possibili ricerche molto più raffinate (p.es.per epoca del grammatico e per contenuto dei frammenti) e la fruizione delle schede è resa più efficace dalla presenza di numerosi collegamenti ipertestuali verso altre schede di LGGA o siti diversi(p.es.repertori di testi antichi oppure opere di riferimento).