Saturday, November 22, 2014

Antiquity Online Supplements

Antiquity Online Supplements
http://journal.antiquity.ac.uk/sites/default/files/projgall/images/supplement.gif
Antiquity online supplements present supporting data and materials from articles published in Antiquity journal.

Data and materials are published in recognised web formats wherever possible, but additional plugins and third-party software may be required to view some files.

Issue 341, Vol 88 - September 2014
Issue 341, Vol 88 - September 2014
Issue 341, Vol 88 - September 2014
Issue 341, Vol 88 - September 2014
Issue 341, Vol 88 - September 2014
Issue 340, Vol 88 - June 2014
Issue 340, Vol 88 - June 2014
Issue 340, Vol 88 - June 2014
Issue 340, Vol 88 - June 2014
Issue 340, Vol 88 - June 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 339, Vol 88 - March 2014
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 338, Vol 87 - December 2013
Issue 337, Vol 87 - September 2013
Issue 337, Vol 87 - September 2013
Issue 337, Vol 87 - September 2013
Issue 337, Vol 87 - September 2013
Issue 335, Vol 87 - March 2013
Issue 335, Vol 87 - March 2013
Issue 335, Vol 87 - March 2013
Issue 332, Vol 86 - June 2012
Issue 331, Vol 86 - March 2012
Issue 329, Vol 85 - September 2011
Issue 329, Vol 85 - September 2011
Issue 327, Vol 85 - March 2011

Deir el Medine Online: Nichtliterarische Ostraka aus Deir el Medine

Deir el Medine Online: Nichtliterarische Ostraka aus Deir el Medine
http://dem-online.gwi.uni-muenchen.de/gfx/logo.jpg
Die Zahl der im Gebiet der Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el Medine gefundenen Ostraka mit nichtliterarischem Inhalt hat die 10.000 bereits weit hinter sich gelassen und wird möglicherweise auch die 20.000 noch überschreiten. „Deir el Medine online" dient dem Ziel, dieser Textflut mit Hilfe moderner Technologien Herr zu werden.

Die Ostraka werden in einer heutigen wissenschaftlichen Anforderungen gerecht werdenden Weise bearbeitet und unter Nutzung der technischen Möglichkeiten, die dieses Medium bietet, im Internet publiziert.

Die Präsentation der einzelnen Texte folgt einem einheitlichen Muster: Sie werden jeweils anhand eines detaillierten, für alle Ostraka gleichen Schemas beschrieben, hieroglyphisch transliteriert, phonetisch transkribiert übersetzt und ausführlich kommentiert. Die Dokumentation wird durch eine farbige Digitalfotografie - bei Bedarf auch durch mehrere - komplettiert. Außerdem erlaubt das System umfassende Recherchemöglichkeiten im gesamten Datenmaterial. Damit kann ein grundlegendes - und durch zusätzliche Daten jederzeit erweiterbares - Instrumentarium für die Arbeit mit diesen Texten zur Verfügung gestellt werden.


ASCSA Digital Collections

ASCSA Digital Collections
Explore the collections of the American School of Classical Studies by using the sidebar on the left or the search box above.
To confine your search to a single collection, click on one of the links below.
Libraries
Ambrosia: Union Catalog of Libraries
Excavations
Corinth Excavations
Athenian Agora Excavations
Archives
Alison Frantz Photography
Dorothy Burr Thompson Photography
Archaeological Photographic Collection
Photographs from the Historical Archives
Ion Dragoumis Correspondence

Sign in to view unpublished material. Material that has been published is made completely available to the public. Material that is unpublished can be viewed only by researchers who have obtained the necessary permission to study the material in person.
View as

Scrypt

Scrypt
The Scrypt software is a tool for computer-assisted decipherment of ancient alphabetic inscriptions, enabling the user to choose a set of possible readings for each cell of the inscription, and to automatically launch dictionary searches for selected regions of the text in the Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew dictionary. The name Scrypt is inspired by a fusion of script (as in “ancient script”), script (a special kind of computer program) and crypt (as in “cryptography”).

Click on a cell to view (and possibly change) its content, and select a continuous range of cells to launch a dictionary search. Finally, just click on a word among the dictionary results, in order to save it in the "Readings" panel to the right.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Some Open Access Articles from Chronique d'Égypte

 [First posted in AWOL 5 January 2011, updated 21 November 2014]

The website of Chronique d'Égypte (ISSN 0009-6067) includes links to a set of open access articles:
 http://www.aere-egke.be/logo.jpg
[The following articles are no longer on the official website but remain accessible at the Internet Archive links below]
Quelques contributions récentes sont disponibles ici en version pdf:
·  Herman De Meulenaere, Sculptures dorées d'Abydos (2004) - version pdf
·  Jean Bingen, Herman De Meulenaere, Luc Limme et Alain Martin, Arpag Mekhitarian (1911-2004) (2005) - version pdf
·  Alain Martin et Marguerite Rassart-Debergh, Tissus coptes des Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire de Bruxelles (don Demulling) (2005) - version pdf
·  Jean Bingen, Le contrat de nourrice P.S.A. Athen. 20 = C.P.Gr. I 26 (110 p.C.) (2006) - version pdf
·  Georges Nachtergael, À propos d'une épitaphe chrétienne d'Égypte et des graphies du nom Hèrakleidès (2006) - version pdf
·  Alain Martin, Dix ampoules de saint Ménas aux Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire (2006) - version pdf
·  Marie-Paule Vanlathem, L'iconographie des bronzes du dieu Néferhotep (2007) - version pdf
·  Jean Bingen, P.S.A. Athen. 9 + 13 et le dioecète Dioskouridès (2007) - version pdf
·  Georges Nachtergael, De quelques comptes d'un grand domaine de Haute-Égypte au IIe siècle p.C. (2007) - version pdf
·  Égypte chrétienne - Livres (2007) - version pdf



Dig Quest: Israel

Dig Quest: Israel
By The Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority
Become an archeologist! Use your iPhone or iPad as a tool to tap, dig, and explore Israel’s past. Discover the Dead Sea Scrolls in an ancient cave, and piece them together to reveal their meaning! Dig up the 2,000 year old Lod Mosaic, then uncover its story in a fast-paced quiz game! You’ll need skills, creativity, and smarts to become a great archaeologist and unlock all the rewards.

WHAT YOU GET TO DO
• Use your iPhone or iPad as an archaeological tool to brush, tap, and dig for hidden relics
• Explore an ancient cave and search for the Dead Sea Scrolls then piece 14 of them together in a challenging puzzle game
• Dig up a 2,000 year old mosaic floor and play a fast-paced quiz game in which you unlock the secrets of the mosaic
• Grow your own collection of antiquities as you master the games – try to win them all!

FEATURES
• 30+ levels in two unique games based on world-famous archaeological discoveries
• 50+ stunning images of real antiquities
• Amazing historical facts and artifacts
• Spoken word excerpts from the Dead Sea Scrolls
• Gabe, your host and team leader, is based on a composite of real archaeologists working in the field

A UNIQUE APP
Dig Quest: Israel was created by the Israel Antiquities Authority and features addictive games and puzzles based on world-famous antiquities in the National Treasures. The games in the App are designed around real discoveries and archaeological artifacts and were developed in collaboration with the IAA’s team of pre-eminent archaeologists, scholars and researchers. As they play, kids get a feel for what archaeologists do as they experience the excitement of discovery and the creativity and skills involved in solving mysteries from the distant past.

The Dead Sea Scrolls are among the oldest biblical manuscripts and are considered the greatest manuscript discovery of the 20th century.

The Lod Mosaic is one of the largest, best preserved Roman mosaics ever found and is currently touring the world with stops at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Louvre, Waddeson Manor and the Hermitage.

**FREE for iPhone and iPad

Archimède: Archéologie et histoire ancienne

Archimède: Archéologie et histoire ancienne
http://archimede.unistra.fr/fileadmin/templates/DUN/archimede/images/logo.png
La revue Archimède. Archéologie et histoire ancienne est une revue liée à l’Unité mixte de recherche 7044 "Archéologie et histoire ancienne : Europe-Méditerranée" (Archimède).

Double objectif scientifique : 

  • valoriser les productions et expertises du laboratoire 
  • jouer un rôle dans le paysage international de la recherche en archéologie et en histoire (de la Préhistoire à Byzance, Europe-Méditerranée).

Axes structurants :

  • favoriser les interactions disciplinaires
  • encourager les collaborations avec les acteurs de l’archéologie préventive (INRAP, PAIR, ANTEA)
  • accueillir et favoriser les travaux des historiens et des archéologues croisant les thématiques des sciences sociales et de l’anthropologie culturelle
  • approfondir les collaborations entre historiens, archéologues et spécialistes des sciences de la nature.