Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Open Access Journal: Cahiers de l'Ecole du Louvre

 [First posted in AWOL 13 March 2014, updated 31 August 2016]

Cahiers de l'Ecole du Louvre
ISSN: 2262-208X
Revue de recherche en ligne de l’Ecole du Louvre, cette nouvelle publication accompagne la restructuration du troisième cycle en offrant à la recherche pratiquée à l’Ecole un  nouvel outil de diffusion, plus souple et mieux adapté aux pratiques contemporaines. Alliant l’exigence scientifique garantie par la validation d’un comité de lecture à la souplesse et à la facilité d’utilisation du support numérique, les Cahiers ont pour ambition de rendre la recherche menée à l’Ecole plus visible à la communauté savante.
Avec une périodicité semestrielle, ils proposeront pour chaque numéro une série de cinq à six articles issus des  meilleurs travaux des élèves ainsi que des recherches en cours des enseignants et partenaires associés de l’Ecole. Le lecteur pourra également trouver un résumé en français, un abstract en anglais et une courte biographie des auteurs, une rubrique « Documents », destinée à accueillir le cas échéant, des articles plus courts mettant en valeur un document inédit, et une rubrique « Actualité de la recherche à l’Ecole » qui rendra compte des journées d’études, colloques, parution d’ouvrages, etc. organisés par l’Ecole.


Les Cahiers de l’Ecole du Louvre bénéficient du soutien de la Fondation Daniel et Nina Carasso.

(Partially) Open Access Monograph Series: PIHANS : uitgaven van het Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten te Leiden

PIHANS : uitgaven van het Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten te Leiden
ISSN: 1571-5728
 

Open Access Journal: Revista arheologică = Revue archéologique = Archaeological magazine

Revista arheologică = Revue archéologique = Archaeological magazine
ISSN: 1857-016x
Revista Arheologică reprezintă revista științifică editată de Centrul de Arheologie al Institutului Patrimoniului Cultural al AŞM. Revista este acreditată de către CNAA la Categoria „B”.

Revista este recenzată de specialiști în domeniu – fiecare articol este recenzat de câte doi recenzenți şi este discutat în cadrul ședințelor colegiului de redacție.

Revista Arheologică este cu acces deschis. Ceea ce înseamnă că materialele publicate sunt accesibile gratuit cititorilor. Accesul deschis presupune că cititorilor li se permite să descarce, citeze, distribuie lucrări publicate în revistă, dar cu respectarea drepturilor de autor – cu menționarea surselor și autorilor în cazul citărilor, fără acceptul colegiului de redacție și a autorilor. Primul număr al Revistei de Arheologie a apărut în anul 1993 sub egida Institutului de Arheologie şi Istorie Veche al AŞM, iar cel de-al doilea a ieșit de sub tipar după 5 ani, în 1998. Abia după alţi şapte ani, şi anume în 2005, a fost iniţiată o serie nouă a Revistei Arheologice, publicată sub egida Institutului de Arheologie şi Etnografie. În anul imediat următor, ca rezultat al unor noi reorganizări, revista este editată deja de Centrul de Arheologie al Institutului Patrimoniului Cultural, tradiție care continuă până astăzi.
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol_IV_nr.1_2008
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol_IV_nr.2_2008
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.VI_nr.1_2010
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.VI_nr.2_2010
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.V_nr.2_2010
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.V_nr.1_2010
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.VII_nr.1-2_2011
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.VIII_nr.1-2_2012
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.IX_nr.1_2013
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.IX_nr.2_2013
Revista Arheologica, seria noua_vol.X_nr.1-2_2014
Revista Arheologica, serie noua_vol.XI_nr.1-2, 2015

Open Access Exhibition Catalogues and Museum Brochures from Arabia Antica

Open Access Exhibition Catalogues and Museum Brochures from Arabia Antica
Arabia Antica: Pre-islamic Arabia, Culture and Archaeology

Oman, the land of Sindbad the sailor

Alessandra Avanzini, Alexia Pavan and Michele Degli Esposti 2012, pp. 44 The exhibition that was set up in the Museo di S. Matteo - Pisa in 2012 intended to illustrate Oman by drewing connections between this distant, exotic land and more familiar things. The title of the catalogue suggests how closely the fortunes and the destiny of the country were linked to the sea...

The Museum of Baynun

Alessandra Avanzini and Alessia Prioletta 2010, pp. 24 The museum of Baynun is the largest museum of the Dhamar governorate in terms of number of objects and their artistic and historical importance. The museum, founded in 1990 by sheikh A. al-Huzeizi, collects the antiquities found in Baynun and the surrounding areas. More than 70 inscriptions,...

The Museums of Dhamar

Alessandra Avanzini and Alessia Prioletta 2010, pp. 24 This brochure includes a short guides of both the Regional and the University Museums of Aden, produced within the project CASIS. The Regional Museum is the main museum of the Dhamar governorate. It was built at Hirran, north of Dhamar city, in 2002. Its pre-Islamic collection comprises over...

The National Museum of Aden

Alessandra Avanzini and Alessia Prioletta 2010, 20 pp. The National Museum of Aden is located in a wonderful colonial building of “Qasr al-Sultan”, in the Crater. Founded in 1966, it is one of the greatest Yemeni museums for number of pieces and prestige. Its huge collection of antiquities had to comprise some 500 pieces, especially from the kingdoms...

Open Access Journal: Archäologische Informationen

 [14 October 2013: Archäologische Informationen initiates Early View. Updated 31 August 2016]

Archäologische Informationen
ISSN-Print: 0341-2873
ISSN-Internet: 2197-7429
http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/ojs/public/journals/66/pageHeaderTitleImage_de_DE.jpg

Archäologische Informationen (Arch. Inf.) is the scientific journal of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte e. V. (DGUF).
Archäologische Informationen focuses on:

  • new research in the field of European prehistory, early history and mediaeval archaeology, in particular syntheses, more general historical evaluations and research reviews,
  • the frank debate of topical archaeological controversies in the “Forum”,
  • interdisciplinary topics, particularly those at the interface to the natural sciences pertinent to archaeology,
  • the further development of methods and theories pertinent to archaeology,
  • the further development of archaeological ethics and policy issues of the discipline, including academic study and training,
  • improving the protection of cultural heritage and the cultural landscape, and involving interested citizens and volunteers in archaeology.

The journal publishes in German and English. The print run is 1,000 copies. Archäologische Informationen is additionally published in open access with the aid of the University Library Heidelberg. Supplemental material and open data can be incorporated into the online edition.

Further information (in German) for readers and authors about the Archäologische Informationen journal.
The older volumes are being successively retro-digitised, they are available here in the online archive. All articles can be read without the need for an additional registration. Registration (bottom right) provides specific users, e.g. administrators, with access to functions which are not required to read the articles

2015

Cover Page

Vol 38 (2015): Archäologische Informationen

DGUF-Nachrichten / Editorial

 
3-4
Inhalt
 
5-9

Fokus: Open Access & Open Data

Frank Siegmund, Diane Scherzler
11-19
Nicholas Canny
PDF
21-29
Johannes Fournier
31-40
Doug Rocks-Macqueen
PDF
41-52
Gisela Eberhardt, Nadine Riedl
53-61
Julian D. Richards
PDF
63-71
Maria Effinger, Alexandra Büttner
73-82
Irina Oberländer-Târnoveanu, Sergiu Musteaţă
83-99
László Simon-Nanko
101-108
Hubertus Kohle
109-112
Gabriele Gattiglia
PDF
113-124
Felix Schäfer, Maurice Heinrich, Anne Sieverling, Martina Trognitz, Reinhard Förtsch, Ortwin Dally, Friederike Fless
125-136
Valeria Boi, Anna Maria Marras, Cettina Santagati
PDF
137-147
Valeria Boi, Ilaria Jovine, Milena Stacca, Mirella Serlorenzi
PDF
149-155
Frank Lynam
PDF
157-172
Keith May, Ceri Binding, Doug Tudhope
PDF
173-184
Raimund Karl, Katharina Möller
185-199

Fokus: Sammlungsstrategien auf dem Prüfstand

Heidrun Derks, Josef Mühlenbrock
201-202
Hans Peter Hahn
203-212
Michael M. Rind
213-218
Raimund Karl
219-231
Andreas Pilger
233-240
Bettina Stoll-Tucker
241-245
Duncan H. Brown
PDF
247-254
Stephan Weiß-König
255-262
Clemens Lichter
263-316

Forum: Schatzregal

Rainer Schreg
317-322
Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, Ulf Ickerodt, Eicke Siegloff
323-330
André Schoellen
331-341

Forum: Denkmalschutz in NRW

Christian Fuchs
343-351
Till Kemper
353-370
Dimitrij Davydov
371-378

weitere Aufsätze

Helmut Kroll
379-380
Alexander Weide
PDF
381-424
Esther Saoub, Amir Musawy
425-432
Karl Banghard
433-452

Diskussionen

Robert B. Eckhardt, Sakdapong Chavanaves, Maciej Henneberg
PDF
453-463
Markus Vosteen
465-470

Tagungen & Arbeitsgemeinschaften

Thomas Richter, Jaroslav Bartík, Valdis Bērziņš, Julia Blumenröther, Jan Eigner, Birgit Gehlen, Robert Graf, Daniel Groß, Martin Heinen, Maha Ismail-Weber, Claus-Joachim Kind, Denise Leesch, Harald Lübke, Martin Nadler, Joachim Pechtl, Werner Schön, Bernhard Stapel, Markus Wild, Annabell Zander
471-480
László Simon-Nanko, Jasmin Rauhaus
481-484
Jens Greif
485-487

Rezensionen

Karl Banghard
489-492
Markus C. Blaich
493-496
Heidrun Derks
497-503
Svend Hansen
505
Robert Kuhn
506-509
Robert Kuhn
510-512
Uroš Matić
513-515
Dieter Quast
517-518
Miriam Sénécheau
519-523
Johann Friedrich Tolksdorf
524-526
Jutta Zerres
527-529

Dissertationen & Examensarbeiten

Nadia Balkowski, Stefan Hartmann
531-542
Jelena Steigerwald
543-552
Line Van Wersch
PDF
553-557
Martin Zimmermann
559-562


















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