Thursday, July 29, 2010

Open Access Publication: The Demotic Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Letter P

The Demotic Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
As part of its ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS ON-LINE, the Oriental Institute Publications Office announces an additional letter, P, for the Chicago Demotic Dictionary, edited by Janet H. Johnson. This document is available as an Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) file.

Letters completed to date include:

Completed Letters Download
Prologue Download PDF Terms of Use
3 Download PDF Terms of Use
c Download PDF Terms of Use
Y Download PDF Terms of Use
W Download PDF Terms of Use
B Download PDF Terms of Use
P Download PDF Terms of Use
F Download PDF Terms of Use
M Download PDF Terms of Use
N Download PDF Terms of Use
R Download PDF Terms of Use
L Download PDF Terms of Use
H Download PDF Terms of Use
H2 Download PDF Terms of Use
H3 Download PDF Terms of Use
H4 Download PDF Terms of Use
SH Download PDF Terms of Use
Q Download PDF Terms of Use
K Download PDF Terms of Use
G Download PDF Terms of Use
TJ Download PDF Terms of Use
DJ Download PDF Terms of Use
Problematic Entries Download PDF Terms of Use
Problematic Entries 2 Download PDF Terms of Use


For a listing of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:  AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2: The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative



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Open Access Publications of the National Museum of Romanian History

Muzeul Naţional de Istorie a României
Publicaţii

Monografii

Crişan Muşeţeanu în colaborare cu Dan Elefterescu, Ateliere ceramice romane de la Durostorum,


Teze de doctorat

   

Rapoarte



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Open Access Journal: Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgoviste. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire

Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgoviste. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire
The magazine Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgovişte. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire  has appeared since 1999, representing an opportunity to valorize the research work of the academic staff from the History-Archeology Department, and also a chance to valorize the research work of the young teaching staff who carry out their activity at the Research Centers accredited by CNCSIS – „Preistorie, arheologie interdisciplinară şi conservarea patrimoniului cultural mobil” (Prehistory, Interdisciplinary Archeology and Conservation of the Movable Cultural Patrimony) and Centrul de Cercetare al Istoriei Relaţiilor Internaţionale „Grigore Gafencu” (The “Grigore Gafencu” Center for the Research of the History of the International Relations). For objective (especially financial) reasons, in order to maintain our quality standards, from the moment when the Annals of “Valahia” University began to appear on sections, sometimes we have published the results of two years of researches in a single tome, trying to preserve the continuity of the publication. Beginning with 2008, the magazine will appear with two annual issues. The themes have remained constant throughout the issues that were published so far in the domain of history and archeology, always covering all the historical periods – prehistory and archeology, history and archeology of the Middle Ages, modern and contemporary history. The structure of our magazine maintained its classical form: Articles and studies; Notes and Debates; Reviews. The standards of quality have been ensured by the presence in the Publishing Team and Advisory Board of the most representative personalities in the domain of research for each historical period, from Romania and abroad, in the sense that each contribution was submitted to the appreciation of the members of the magazine’s Publishing Team and Advisory Board by means of specialized reviews. The articles and studies published in the Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgovişte, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire have been published integrally in a language of large international circulation (English, French, German, Italian), having a permanent scientific impact, in the sense that they have often been quoted in the studies of our colleagues from Romania and abroad. At the same time, Annales d’Université Valahia Targoviste, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire have been included in several international databases. The magazine is remarkable for its extremely original contributions in the domain of prehistoric archeology, produced by a school that has been acknowledged in its domain and whose results have been appreciated not just nationally but also internationally, given the fact that it has carried out many research programs in collaboration with numerous universities from Europe, like those from Liège, Bordeaux I, Aix-en-Provence, the Musée de l’Homme and the Institute of Human Paleontology from Paris, Erlanger and Köln University from Germany etc. The results of such researches have often been the topic of articles included in the Annales d’Université „Valahia” Targoviste, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire. At the same time, in this magazine can be found studies of many of our colleagues from other universities from Romania and abroad. The magazine is present in the libraries of many universities from Europe and the U.S.A., in most of the universities from Romania where there is the specialization History and in the libraries of history museums, and of other institutions with which we have had a permanent exchange, which has led to the improvement of the patrimony of publications of “Valahia” University Târgovişte.

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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Journal of Hellenic Studies Online (but not open access)

Recent issues of The Journal of Hellenic Studies are now online Art Cambridge University Press.  This seems to be a recent development, at least it is not yet mentioned on the website of The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.

The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS)
EISSN: 2041-4099
The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS) is recognised internationally as one of the foremost periodicals in the field of classical scholarship. It contains articles on a wide variety of Hellenic topics including Greek language, literature, history and art and archaeology in the Ancient, Byzantine and Modern periods, as well as reviews of recent books of importance to Greek studies.

A subscription to
JHS includes the annual volume of Archaeological Reports, which provide fully illustrated accounts of archaeological work in Greece and other parts of the world that are sites of Greek culture.
Published Annually
Published for the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies
2009 Volume 129  Nov 2009 
Cambridge Journals Online 2008 (Volume 128)  Nov 2008 
Cambridge Journals Online 2007 (Volume 127)  Nov 2007
Back issues of the Journal of Hellenic Studies (from 1880 to 2005) and Archaeological Reports (from 1953 to 2005) are at JSTOR.

The Society also provides some supplementary materials, such as:
A guide to site indices and Regional reports from Archaeological Reports can be downloaded here.

And see also Archaeology in Greece Online / Chronique des fouilles en ligne






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Monday, July 26, 2010

Open Access Journal: Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia

Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia
ISSN: 0394-5073 (print)
ISSN: 1824-3770 (online)
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Gli Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia dell'Università di Firenze riflettono le ricerche scientifiche e le iniziative di studio legate all'attività del Dipartimento. Pubblicati dal 1979 al 1984 con il titolo di Annali dell'Istituto di Filosofia dell'Università di Firenze (Olschki, voll. 1-6), hanno successivamente assunto l'attuale denominazione (Olschki, 1985-1993, voll. 1-9). La nuova serie, iniziata col vol. I del 1995 presso le edizioni LED, è pubblicata dalla Firenze University Press a partire dal vol. VIII del 2002.

La pubblicazione beneficia di un contributo del Dipartimento. Il Direttore della rivista è il Direttore del Dipartimento in carica.


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See AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Archimedes Palimpsest Online

The Archimedes Palimpsest
The Archimedes Palimpsest is a medieval parchment manuscript, now consisting of 174 parchment folios. While it contains no less than seven treatises by Archimedes, calling it the Archimedes Palimpsest is a little confusing. As it is now, the manuscript is a Byzantine prayerbook, written in Greek, and technically called a euchologion.
To make this prayer book, scribes used parchment that had already been used for the writings of other books. They used a book containing at least seven treatises by Archimedes, a book with two speeches by Hyperides, fragments of a philosophical text most likely written by Alexander of Aphrodisias, fragments from a Life of St. Pantoleon, fragments from a Menaion, and two unidentified texts.
You can choose to view a specific work (i.e. On Floating Bodies, which is one of the seven works by Archimedes), or you can choose to view a specific folio (i.e. the undertext or overtext.)


Thursday, July 22, 2010

ArchaeologicalTraces.org

ArchaeologicalTraces.org
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ArchaeologicalTraces.org is an autonomous, archaeological, international editorial project, created and managed by the A.T.P.G. Society, an Italian Archaeological Association composted by doctoral, MA and BA students.
The Project is scientific and didactic.
It consists of the following editorial sections within the website www.archaeologicaltraces.org:
The overall aim of the Project is to create a new space of research and debate, open to young researchers and students in archaeology, to develop their instruments, approaches and knowledge in a sharing, free and open access environment.
The objectives of the Project are to:
- Share prehistoric and protohistoric archaeological information and research with the Open Access philosophy.
- Assure that Prehistoric and Protohistoric research become more user friendly and widely accessible than any printed paper, considering the free of charge aspect of this way of communication.
- Assure free publication and visibility to Experimental Archaeology.
- Give to graduates the possiblity of publishing their dissertations, free of charge, and to guarantee the complete intellectual property of their work with the use of Creative Commons Licenses.






















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Tuesday, July 20, 2010