Sunday, May 27, 2018

Open Access Journal: Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

[First posted in AWOL 20 September 2016, updated 27 May 2018]

Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society
ISSN: 0266 2442
Strata: The Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

Strata is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to bring the latest studies of the archaeology of Israel-Palestine and its surrounding regions to a wider international audience. We welcome articles on many aspects of research that lead to a better understanding of the archaeology in this region, an archaeology that is of great interest internationally because of its significance both for understanding the development of three of the world’s great religions and for the important history of Israel-Palestine. We are also keen to have reviews of recently-published books studies on archaeological topics of the area.

Until 2009, Strata was published continuously from 1982 as the Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society, but with the addition of this headline – and a new cover – we hope to make it more easily recognisable in libraries and elsewhere. Strata articles also are widely available online in the Academic Search Premier (EBSCO) database,  though note that these currently still remain categorised under the Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society.
Click on a volume to go to the Table of Contents:
Vol. 35 (2017) 
Vol. 34 (2016) 
Vol. 33 (2015)
Vol. 32 (2014)
Vol. 31 (2013)
Vol. 30 (2012)

Free downloads of the early issues below

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Open Access Journal: Protokolle zur Bibel

 [First posted in AWOL 19October 2016, updated 26 May 2018]

Protokolle zur Bibel
ISSN: 1996-0042
ISSN: 2412-2467
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„Protokolle zur Bibel“ ist eine bibelwissenschaftliche Fachzeitschrift, die von der ArgeAss herausgegeben und zur Zeit von Dr. Agnethe Siquans, Dr. Veronika Burz-Tropper und Dr. Werner Urbanz betreut wird. Sie widmet sich in jedem Heft einem bestimmten thematischen Schwerpunkt. Dabei werden sowohl Forschungsüberblicke als auch neuere Forschungsergebnisse zu einzelnen biblischen Texten und Themen einer breiteren Öffentlichkeit zugänglich gemacht. Die Autorinnen und Autoren bieten damit einerseits den Kolleginnen und Kollegen aus dem Bereich der Bibelwissenschaften die Möglichkeit einer Auseinandersetzung, andererseits wenden sie sich in verständlicher Sprache auch an all jene, die an einer näheren Beleuchtung eines bestimmten Themas interessiert sind.
Wir danken dem Verlag Aleph-Omega sowie dem Verlag Österreichisches Katholisches Bibelwerk und allen Autorinnen und Autoren für die Zustimmung zur Veröffentlichung der Beiträge der Jahrgänge 1-23 auf dieser Website.


2014

Bd. 23, Nr. 1 (2014)

Schwerpunktthema: Rezeption der Bibel III

Bd. 23, Nr. 2 (2014)

Schwerpunktthema: Was ist Weisheit?


2013

Bd. 22, Nr. 1 (2013)

Schwerpunktthema: Rezeption der Bibel

Bd. 22, Nr. 2 (2013)

Schwerpunktthema: Rezeption der Bibel II


2012

Bd. 21, Nr. 1 (2012)

Schwerpunktthema: Rein und unrein

Bd. 21, Nr. 2 (2012)

Schwerpunktthema: Rein und unrein II


2011

Bd. 20, Nr. 1 (2011)

Schwerpunktthema: Hebräerbrief


2010

Bd. 19, Nr. 1 (2010)

Schwerpunktthema: Gewalt in der Bibel II


2009

Bd. 18, Nr. 2 (2009)

Schwerpunktthema: Gewalt in der Bibel I


2008

Bd. 17, Nr. 1 (2008)

Schwerpunktthema: Josephus Flavius und seine Zeit I

Bd. 17, Nr. 2 (2008)

Schwerpunktthema: Josephus Flavius und seine Zeit II




2006

Bd. 15, Nr. 1 (2006)

Schwerpunktthema: Erzähltextanalyse I

Bd. 15, Nr. 2 (2006)

Schwerpunktthema: Erzähltextanalyse II


2005

Bd. 14, Nr. 1 (2005)

Professor Franz Hubmann zum 60. Geburtstag

Bd. 14, Nr. 2 (2005)

Schwerpunktthema: Feministische Exegese - Wege einer gender-fairen BIbelwissenschaft


2004



Bd. 13, Nr. 2 (2004)

Schwerpunktthema: Bibel und Archäologie

2003

Bd. 12, Nr. 1 (2003)

Schwerpunktthema: Fragen der Bibelübersetzung


2002

Bd. 11, Nr. 2 (2002)

Bethsaida. Auf der Suche nach einer verlorenen Stadt












1996

Bd. 5, Nr. 1 (1996)

Schwerpunktthema: Das Verhältnis von Altem und Neuem Testament I

Bd. 5, Nr. 2 (1996)

Schwerpunktthema: Das Verhältnis von Altem und Neuem Testament II


1995

Bd. 4, Nr. 1 (1995)

Schwerpunktthema: Johannes der Täufer I

Bd. 4, Nr. 2 (1995)

Schwerpunktthema: Johannes der Täufer II






1992


Bd. 1, Nr. 1 (1992)

Schwerpunktthema: Sozialgeschichtliche Aspekte zur Bibel

Bd. 1, Nr. 2 (1992)

The Levantine Ceramics Project

[First posted in AWOL 25 June 2014, updated 26 May 2018]

The Levantine Ceramics Project
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The Levantine Ceramics Project
The Levantine Ceramics Project (LCP) is an open, interactive website focused on ceramics produced in the Levant from the Neolithic era (c. 5500 B.C.E.) through the Ottoman period (c. 1920 C.E.). Here you can submit and find information—whether long published or newly discovered—about ceramic wares, shapes, specific vessels, scientific analyses, kiln sites, and chronology. The LCP makes it simple to access, share, use, and refine data, to link scholars and to foster collaborative research. Watch a brief video about the LCP here.

Open Access Journal: Archeologia e Calcolatori

[First posted in AWOL 8 June 2009. Updated 26 May 2018]

Archeologia e Calcolatori
Istituto per l'archeologia etrusco-italica.; Università di Siena. Dipartimento di archeologia e storia delle arti.
ISSN 1120-6861
Archeologia e Calcolatori
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Archeologia e Calcolatori is a peer reviewed open access journal



Since 1990 Archeologia e Calcolatori (ISSN 1120-6861, e-ISSN 2385-1953) has been an international observatory of theoretical and methodological aspects of computing and information technology applied to archaeology.

Some specific aspects characterise the journal in the international panorama: the multilingualism, the dialectical relationship between theory and experimentation, the continuous bibliographical updating, and the evaluation of techniques and methods through tangible archaeological results. Periodical publication of special thematic issues and conference proceedings allows readers to appreciate the ongoing evolution of the archaeologist’s approach to generate and spread digital information as applied when reconstructing the past. Since 2007 a new series of Supplements to the journal (ISSN 2385-202X, e-ISSN 2385-2038) has also been published.

Since 2005 Archeologia e Calcolatori has joined the Open Archives Initiative, adopting the OAI-PMH protocol. It is registered in the list of OAI Data Providers and OAIster contributors and in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Archeologia e Calcolatori is indexed in Scopus as well as in the Clarivate Analytics’ Emerging Sources Citation Index and is included in ERIH PLUS. Articles are also stored in the CNR SOLAR (Scientific Open-access Literature Archive and Repository) database of scientific publications. The metadata of each contribution published in Archeologia e Calcolatori – ca 900 resources – are available in CulturaItalia.

Archeologia e Calcolatori is an ANVUR (Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the Universities and Research Institutes) A-rated Journal in the scientific Areas 8 and 10.
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Open Access Journal: Archaeological Computing Newsletter

Archaeological Computing Newsletter
Archaeological Computing Newsletter 
Starting with issue 61, and until issue 69, the Archaeological Computing Newsletter was published on a bi-annual basis as a supplement to the international journal Archeologia e Calcolatori. Given the success enjoyed by the newsletter in the twenty years since publication began, the editorial format was left unchanged, although the collection and editing of articles was organised by the Italian staff. 
With the creation of a new series of Supplements to the journal Archeologia e Calcolatori in 2007, the publication of Archaeological Computing Newsletter was interrupted.



 

Friday, May 25, 2018

Guide de l’épigraphiste: Supplements

Guide de l’épigraphiste: Bibliographie choisie des épigraphies antiques et médiévales: Supplements
François Bérard, Denis Feissel, Nicolas Laubry, Pierre Petitmengin, Denis Rousset, Michel Sève et collaborateurs.
Quatrième édition entièrement refondue.
Guides et inventaires bibliographiques de la Bibliothèque de l’École normale supérieure, 7.
Epigraphy is a subject which can strike fear into the heart of the boldest scholar. Even the historians, linguists and archaeologists who are well aware how much it has to offer them are daunted at the prospect of tackling the material. Inscriptions in the ancient world performed a wide variety of functions, and had an importance which it is hard for us to appreciate ; thousands of inscribed texts, in Greek and Latin, survive, and each year the number increases substantially.
How can one trace inscriptions discovered in Italy since the publication of Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum ? Find the most reliable edition of the Rosetta Stone or Diocletian’s Price Edict ? Discover the prosopographical information that could form the basis of a study of social relations ?
To deal with such problems, a group of French scholars produced in 1986 the first edition of this Guide, revealing to the uninitiated the keys to the study of the epigraphies of the ancient world, from the Greeks and Romans to the peoples who lived next door. The Guide, published in 1989 in a second edition and in 2000 in its third edition, contains a carefully selected bibliographical apparatus, with brief comments on individual works, a methodological introduction and a rich series of indices.
This fourth edition is a completely new work, containing some 2975 items. The fourth part of these items shows new bibliographic titles which have been published between 2000 and 2010.
DOCUMENTS
 
Sont ici mis en ligne :
— à titre historique, les avant-propos de la première et de la troisième édition,
— la concordance entre les numéros de la troisième édition et ceux de la quatrième édition,
— la liste des abréviations usuelles répertoriées dans le Guide,
— la liste des sites internet indiqués dans le Guide, avec les liens correspondants, qui seront régulièrement vérifiés et mis à jour,
— la liste des cotes des livres à la Bibliothèque de l’École normale supérieure.
 
SUPPLÉMENTS
 
Les auteurs prévoient de préparer un supplément annuel, qui sera ici mis en ligne chaque été.
 
Télécharger les suppléments disponibles :
Juin 2011.
Juin 2012.
Juin 2013.
Juin 2014.
Juin 2015.
Juin 2016.
Juin 2017.


Digital Syriac Corpus

Digital Syriac Corpus
Digital Syriac Corpus is a curated digital repository of TEI encoded texts written in classical Syriac. The interface provides effective browse and search functionality. Use the above search box to perform basic string searches, or browse the corpus by title or by author. The Search Tools button accesses more advanced searches. Individual texts may be downloaded to facilitate publishing projects, such as the production of critical editions, and research, such as more advanced corpus linguistic analysis. We invite users to submit corrections and to contribute digital texts.

+   Abraham of Nathpar (1 works)
+   Anonymous (80 works)
+   Aphrahat (24 works)
+   Bardaisan (1 works)
+   Dionysius bar Salibi (31 works)
+   Gregorius bar Hebraeus (1 works)
+   Jacob of Serugh (39 works)
+   James the Apostle (1 works)
+   John the Apostle (4 works)
+   John the Evangelist (1 works)
+   John the Solitary (1 works)
+   Jude the Apostle (1 works)
+   Luke the Evangelist (2 works)
+   Mark the Evangelist (1 works)
+   Matthew the Evangelist (1 works)
+   Narsai (81 works)
+   Paul the Apostle (13 works)
+   Peter the Apostle (2 works)
+   Philoxenos of Mabbug (13 works)
+   (Ps.-)Clement of Rome (9 works)
+   Thomas (1 works)