Monday, February 27, 2017

Open Access Journal: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici

[First posted in AWOL 15 March 2010. Updated 27 February 2017]

Analecta Romana Instituti Danici
P-ISSN: 0066-1392
E-ISSN: 2035-2506
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Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publicerer studier indenfor Instituttets hovedforskningsområder: humanistiske studier (f. eks. antikhistorie, arkæologi kunsthistorie, historie, litteratur, filologi), billedkunst og arkitektur. Siden 2008 udkommer tidskriftet både i en papir- og en digital udgave.
Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) publishes studies within the main range of the Academy's research activities: the humanities (e.g. ancient history, archaeology, art history, history, literature, philology), the fine arts and architecture. Since 2008 the journal is published both on paper and on-line.
La rivista Analecta Romana Instituti Danici (ARID) pubblica studi nell'ambito dei settori principali di indagine dell'Accademia di Danimarca: la ricerca umanistica (storia antica, archeologia, storia dell'arte, storia, letteratura, filologia), le arti figurative e l'architettura. A cominciare da 2008 ANALECTA è pubblicata anche online.
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Matteo Cadario
L'ostentazione del lusso nel trionfo di Cn. Manlio Vulsone e la funzione di abaci e kylikeia nel mondo ellenistico e romano
Carsten Hjort Lange
Triumphal Chariots, Emperor Worship and Dio Cassius: Declined Triumphal Honours
Johann Ramminger
Language Change in Humanist Latin: the case of traducere (to translate)
Morten Steen Hansen
Butchering the Bull of St. Luke Unpublished Writings by and about the Painter-Poet Giovanni da San Giovanni
Lene Østermark-Johansen
In the Footsteps of Winckelmann: Vernon Lee in the Roman Galleries at the Fin de Siècle
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The Aleppo Codex

[First posted in AWOL 10 January 2011, updated 27 February 2017]

The Aleppo Codex
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The Aleppo Codex, the most splendid, old, and accurate manuscript of the Bible, is presented here for the first time in full color photograph, permitting the reader to examine the handiwork of the greatest of the Masoretes, who were active in Tiberias in the tenth century, Aharon Ben Moshe Ben Asher, and to gain an impression of the way the Masoretes worked to preserve the accurate text of the Bible and the reading tradition. 
The Aleppo Codex is a full manuscript of the entire Bible, which was written in about 930. For more than a thousand years, the manuscript was preserved in its entirety in important Jewish communities in the Near East: Tiberias, Jerusalem, Egypt, and in the city of Aleppo in Syria. However, in 1947, after the United Nations Resolution establishing the State of Israel, it was damaged in riots that broke out in Syria. At first people thought that it had been completely destroyed. Later, however, it turned out that most of the manuscript had been saved and kept in a secret hiding place. In 1958, the Aleppo Codex was smuggled out of Syria to Jerusalem and delivered to the President of the State of Israel, Izhak Ben-Zvi.
Once the Aleppo Codex reached Israel, precise study of it began in many areas. Scholars of the Masora and of the text of the Bible took note of its special status among the manuscripts related to it. It was found that the match between the spelling of the Aleppo Codex and the comments of the Masora was excellent, far better than the match of other manuscripts. Similarly, the vocalization signs in the Aleppo Codex were examined and described, along with the cantillation marks, the system of ge’iyot (a kind of accent mark), and the apparatus of the Masora. All of these terms will be explained and demonstrated in this site...
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Introduction
The Bible and its Transmission - Scrolls, Manuscripts, Printings
The Masoretes
The Aleppo Codex
The Vicissitudes of the Aleppo Codex
The Aleppo Codex Today
 See also Codex Sinaiticus



Open Access Journal: Prometheus. Rivista di studi classici

 [First posted in AWOL 8 August 2013, updated 27 February 2017]

Prometheus: Rivista di studi classici
ISSN 0391-2698 (print)
ISSN 2281-1044 (online)
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Fondata da Adelmo Barigazzi nel 1975, la rivista Prometheus si è dedicata programmaticamente alla ricerca scientifica sui testi letterari classici greci e latini, nella convinzione che uno studio analitico e filologicamente approfondito dei testi antichi possa giovare ancora fortemente alla formazione culturale dei giovani della nostra età.
La rivista si richiama alla più genuina tradizione fiorentina degli studi classici, che ebbe in Giorgio Pasquali un grande interprete del mondo antico, maestro impareggiabile di ricerca e di metodo. Si occupa quindi di testi sia greci che latini, considerati espressione di un'unica letteratura in due lingue, e si caratterizza per una vocazione squisitamente critico-testuale ed esegetica.
Ampio spazio viene dato da un lato agli studi sulla tradizione manoscritta, alla costituzione e alla critica del testo e, dall'altro, all'analisi filologica, all'interpretazione e al commento degli scritti, per una loro valorizzazione e comprensione letteraria storicamente inquadrata.

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Open Access Journal: Zephyrus

[First posted in AWOL  29 July 2014, updated 27 February 2017]

Zephyrus
ISSN: 0514-7336
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ZEPHYRVS es una Revista científica internacional de PREHISTORIA y ARQUEOLOGÍA, editada por la Universidad de Salamanca. ZEPHYRVS aparece semestralmente. Las secciones de ARTÍCULOS, VARIA y NOTAS CRÍTICAS/RESEÑAS publican, respectivamente, trabajos originales de investigación, informaciones científicas novedosas o hallazgos importantes, producidos en diversas partes del mundo, y estados de la cuestión o recensiones de monografías de calidad, seleccionadas entre aquellas obras recibidas en la Redacción de la Revista.
Spanish/Catalan/Portuguese Open Access Journals on the Ancient World

Open Access ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT Open)

[First posted in AWOL 20 January 2011. Updated 27 February 2017]

PQDT Open
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PQDT Open provides the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.
You can quickly and easily locate dissertations and theses relevant to your discipline, and view the complete text in PDF format.

Open Access Publishing

The authors of these dissertations and theses have opted to publish as open access. Open Access Publishing is a new service offered by ProQuest's UMI Dissertation Publishing, and we expect to have many more open access dissertations and theses over time.

The database includes hundreds of theses and dissertations related to antiquity from American academic  institutions.

For other aggregations of open access dissertations see also:




Digital Giza: The Giza Project at Harvard University

Digital Giza: The Giza Project at Harvard University
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The Giza Project began in 2000 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, with the goal of digitizing all of the archaeological documentation from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston – Harvard University expedition to Giza, Egypt (circa. 1904-1947) and making that information freely available online for anyone to use. Since moving to Harvard in 2011, the Project has expanded its scope, partnering with other institutions around the world that excavated at Giza, to bring together as much data as possible about this complex site. The process of integrating and standardizing all of these records is ongoing.

In addition, the Project has utilized this vast quantity of information to begin building a 3D virtual reconstruction of the Giza Plateau as it may have looked when first built, providing new ways to sightsee, explore, and learn about the pyramids and their surrounding cemeteries. To date, we have modeled approximately 20 tombs and monuments in detail, with many hundreds more still to be done.

With support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, we are currently developing Digital Giza, a website which seeks to integrate this virtual environment with more than a hundred years of scholarly research about Giza, using cutting edge technology to study the distant past and preserve knowledge about this important cultural heritage site for the future. We continue to explore and develop new interactive ways to experience ancient Giza, including virtual and augmented reality apps, 3D printing of ancient artifacts, and online teaching initiatives. 

For more information about how you can support the Giza Project, please see our support page.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Demotische Wortliste (DWL)

Demotische Wortliste (DWL)
In erster Linie soll hiermit den Demotisten ein Suchwerkzeug für die Editionsarbeit an die Hand gegeben werden, das über die Möglichkeiten mit den herkömmlichen (gedruckten) Wörterbüchern hinausgeht. Jede elektronische demotische Wortliste, in der die Umschrift berücksichtigt ist, erlaubt die Suche nach Wortteilen, was bei der Arbeit an fragmentierten Texten schon sehr hilfreich ist. 

Bei der Textentzifferung ergibt sich aber oft die Situation, daß die Determinierung eines ansonsten ganz oder teilweise zerstörten Wortes erhalten ist - ebenfalls ganz oder nur zum Teil. Daher ermöglicht die hier bereitgestellte Datenbank auch die Suche nach Determinierungen der demotischen Wörter, selbstverständlich in Kombination mit Recherchen nach dem Lautkörper der Wörter...
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