Friday, April 20, 2018

LES CITÉS GRECQUES ET LA GUERRE EN ASIE MINEURE À L’ÉPOQUE HELLÉNISTIQUE

LES CITÉS GRECQUES ET LA GUERRE EN ASIE MINEURE À L’ÉPOQUE HELLÉNISTIQUE
Les monarchies hellénistiques, en raison de leur puissance financière et militaire, furent les protagonistes majeurs de la diplomatie et des conflits armés en Orient depuis la fin du IVesiècle av. J.-C. jusqu'à l'arrivée de Rome sur la scène régionale aux IIe/Ier siècles av. J.-C. En furent-elles les seuls acteurs ?
L'idée a longtemps prévalu, dans l'historiographie contemporaine, d'un abaissement politique irrémédiable des cités grecques à cette époque, face à l'émergence des nouvelles...

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  • Éditeur : Presses universitaires François-Rabelais
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  • Collection : Perspectives Historiques | 7
  • Lieu d’édition : Tours
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  • Année d’édition : 2004
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 20 avril 2018
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  • ISBN (Édition imprimée) : 9782869061828
  • ISBN électronique : 9782869063549
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  • Nombre de pages : 274 p.

Open Access Journal: Newsletter of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University = Akhbār Ma'had : al-āthār wa al-anthrūbūlūjiyah, Jāmi'at al-Yarmūk

Newsletter of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University = Akhbār Ma'had : al-āthār wa al-anthrūbūlūjiyah, Jāmi'at al-Yarmūk
ISSN: 1021-5174
YU

The Newsletter of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology (NFAA), Yarmouk University, is a non-refereed journal and issued annually by the Faculty. The focus of the publications of the NFAA is the cultural heritage of Jordan, archaeology, anthropology and inscriptions. In addition, the NFAA covers the results of archaeological excavations carried out by the departments and faculty members and news of research projects carried out by the faculty in cooperation with national and international institutions, and abstracts of master's theses of graduate students.

Since 1986, NFAA has been distributed to the libraries of the universities of Jordan and many of the Arab countries. It is distributed to many international academic institutions interested in the archaeology of Jordan and the whole region.
To view all magazine issues please
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kmz files from Assyrian empire builders

Assyrian empire builders links to a set of useful External Resources. Among these is:
Explore the locations of Assyrian cities using our content for Google Earth. Download all Google Earth content (KMZ files) used in People, Gods & Places (12KB). Follow these instructions to download Google Earth for your computer.
The identification of ancient places with modern sites is not always certain. We have followed the certainty codes 1-4 in Parpola and PorterHelsinki atlas (2001), and coloured the pins in the Google Earth (KMZ) files accordingly:
  1. Yellow: definitely known location (no "probably/perhaps/possibly" in People, Gods & Places).
  2. Green: "probably" known to be a modern location.
  3. Aqua: "perhaps" known to be a modern location.
  4. White: "possibly" known to be a modern location.



 

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online, April 20 2018

Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online
Klingbeil, Martin (1999). Yahweh Fighting from Heaven: God as Warrior and as God of Heaven in the Hebrew Psalter and Ancient Near Estern Iconography. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: University Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
Bignasca, Andrea M. (2000).  I kernoi circolari in Oriente e in Occidente: Strumenti di culto e immagini cosmiche. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
Braun, Joachim (1999). Die Musikkultur Altisraels/Palästinas: Studien zu archäologischen, schriftlichen und vergleichenden Quellen. Freiburg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
Isler-Kerényi, Cornelia (2004). Civilizing Violence: Satyrs on 6th-Century Greek Vases. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Academic Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Open Access Journal: Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry

[First posted in AWOL 5 November 2009. Updated 20 April 2018]

Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry (MAA)
ISSN (print): 1108-9628
ISSN (online): 2241-8121
MAA is converted to full online journal free access to whole texts as .pdf files from last year. The process is ongoing. The printed version (2001-2014) is kept only if authors ask for back issues or if individuals or libraries require printed volumes.

As from 2015 frequency is increased to 3 times per year and there is an advertisement page too. The Journal will keep the rapid reviewing procedure following the standard double blind review and ensures swift publication of high quality papers in innovation or important applications and excavation reports related to the Mediterranean region.

Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry (MAA) is an interdisciplinary International Journal issued by The University of the Aegean, Department of Mediterranean Studies, Rhodes, Greece. MAA is published since 2001 and from 2008 is operating in updated format.
All Issues
Volume 18 (2018)
Volume 1 (2001)

Pompeii in pictures

[First posted in AWOL 23 September 3013, updated 20 April 2018]

Pompeii in pictures
pompeii pompeji pompeya pompei plan







Pompeiiinpictures: A complete photographic plan of ancient Pompeii as it is today, produced by Jackie and Bob Dunn for those as enthusiastic about Pompeii as we are.

Pompeii Regio I  Click Here Pompeii Regio II    Click Here Pompeii Regio III    Click Here Pompeii Regio IV    Click Here Pompeii Regio V    Click Here Pompeii Regio VI    Click Here Pompeii Regio VII    Click Here Pompeii Regio VIII    Click Here Pompeii Regio IX    Click Here Pompeii Herculaneum Gate Sepolcri, Villa of Diomedes, Villa of Cicero, Villa of Mosaic Columns, Villa of Mysteries and Villa Regina Boscoreale    Click Here

Use the pompeiiinpictures interactive map, buttons or links to view pictures of the excavations at Pompeii of every regio, insula, house, shop, villa, temple, baths, altar, fountain, gate, tomb or tower.

Please click on a Regio of the coloured plan to go to the next plan and to the photographs or click on one of the links below.

If you prefer you can also choose between alternative colour schemes.
Please click on a Regio of the coloured plan to go to the next plan and to the photographs or click on one of the links below.
Regio:    I     II     III     IV    V     VI     VII     VIII     IX
Altare nelle strade Street Altars
Archi Arches
Terme   Baths
Fontane e acqua Fountains and water
Le Porte Gates
Mappe di Pompei Maps of Pompeii
Edifici pubblici Public Buildings
Vedute di ogni strada Street views
Templi a Pompei     Temples in Pompeii
Santuario extraurbano    Suburban Temples
  Localita Case Bottaro, Nettuno   Neptune
  Fondo Iozzino   Zeus Meilichios
    Demeter or Ceres
    Hecate-Artemis
  Sant’Abbondio   Temple of Dionysus
  Mitreo di S. Maria Capua Vetere   S. M. Capua Vetere Mithraeum

Tombe     Tombs
  Tombs outside Pompeii gates   Pompeii Tombs
  Tombe Praetorian a Porta Nola   Praetorian Tombs
      1    2    3    4
  Tomba a cabina ENEL    Tomb of the Ancarsuleni
  Fondo Azzolini Necropolis    Fondo Azzolini
  Porta Sarno necropolis    Porta Sarno Tombs
  Tombe del Fondo Prelatura   Fondo Prelatura
  Fondo Prisco   Fondo Prisco Tomb
  Fondo Santilli    Fondo Santilli Tombs
  Fondo Squillante   Fondo Squillante Tombs

Torre                                          Towers
Ville Pompei Pompeii Villas
  Villa dei Misteri   Villa of the Mysteries
  Villa di Diomede   Villa of Diomedes
  Villa di Cicerone   Villa of Cicero
  Villa delle Colonne a Mosaico   Villa of the Mosaic Columns
  Villa Imperiale a Porta Marina   Imperial Villa Porta Marina
  Villa di T. Siminius Stephanus   Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus
  Villa del fondo Ippolito Zurlo   Villa in fondo Ippolito Zurlo

 

Pompei Guide turistiche Pompeii Tourist Guides
  Guida agli scavi di Pompei   Italiano 
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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Herculaneum in Pictures

Herculaneum in Pictures
Jackie and Bob are pleased to announce the launch of HerculaneuminPictures as a companion site to our PompeiiinPictures offering.
We would like to thank Michael Binns and Buzz Ferebee for their many photographs that have helped fill the gaps we had with our own.
We would also like to thank Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill for allowing us to use material from his book Herculaneum Past and Future (Wallace-Hadrill, A. 2011. Herculaneum, Past and Future. London, Frances Lincoln.)
So many houses in Herculaneum are closed and under restoration which means that our coverage is limited in places.
This is our first offering and we look forward to expanding the coverage wherever the Parco Archeologico Ercolano allows access.

Our Pompeii sites www.pompeiiinpictures.com and www.pompeiiinpictures.org will continue to be available separately but the Herculaneum and Pompeii web sites will be linked so you can move between them, whenever you wish.