Saturday, April 22, 2017

Open Access Annual: Les Actes de la Société française d'étude de la céramique antique en Gaule

Les Actes de la Société française d'étude de la céramique antique en Gaule

Chaque année, la Sfécag organise un congrès sur la céramique antique dans une région de France ou dans un pays limitrophe : cette réunion rassemble des chercheurs d'une dizaine de pays et permet d'élargir les contacts de chacun. Le prochain congrès se tiendra à Narbonne (Aude) du 25 au 28 mai 2017. Vous trouverez dans ces pages le programme de la manifestation ainsi que les informations nécessaires concernant l'organisation pratique.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Suppléments à Syria, IV: Le fleuve rebelle: Géographie historique du moyen Oronte d'Ebla à l'époque médiévale

Le fleuve rebelle: Géographie historique du moyen Oronte d'Ebla à l'époque médiévale
Sous la direction de Dominique Parayre
Suppléments à Syria, IV | 2016
Couverture Syria Supplément IV
Informations sur cette image
Crédits : © Ifpo
220*280 mm
ISBN 978-2-35159-725-1
Notes de la rédaction
Actes du colloque international tenu les 13 et 14 décembre 2012 à Nanterre (Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie René-Ginouvès) et à Paris (Institut national d'Histoire de l'art)
Avec la collaboration de Martin Sauvage pour la cartographie (CNRS, USR 3225, Maison archéologie & Ethnologie René-Ginouvès, Nanterre)

Studium Angelopolitanum: Commentaria de humanioribus litteris latine conscripta

Studium Angelopolitanum
Commentaria de humanioribus litteris latine conscripta. Revista digital sobre literatura humanística en latín. Digital journal on humanistic literature in Latin.

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Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri: DCLP

Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri: DCLP
DCLP offers information about and transcriptions of Greek and Latin literary and subliterary papyri preserved on papyri, ceramic sherds (ostraka), wooden tablets, and other portable media. It is built on the model of, relying on its own versions of the Papyrological Navigator (PN) for searching and browsing and Papyrological Editor (PE) for peer-reviewed curation of texts. The site aims to do for ancient literature preserved on papyri what does for Greek and Latin documents. An ultimate goal is also to provide search and browse functionality across the entire corpus of Greek and Latin papyri--documentary, literary, and subliterary alike.
DCLP aggregates material from the Leuven Database of Ancient Documents (LDAB), Bibliographie Papyrologique (BP), Thesaurus Herculanensium Voluminum, and the Parma Medical Project, and depends on close collaboration with the Department of Classics at the University of Würzburg and the Duke Collaborative for Classics Computing (DC3). more.

Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies Databases

Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies Databases

Craft production sites of pre-modern economies

To the data base on craft production sites of pre-modern economies
To the data base on craft production sites of pre-modern economies
Craft production was a key element of pre-modern economies, the workshop acting as an important point of intersection between exploitation and daily use of resources (e.g. clay/pottery, stone/architectural elements, iron ore/tools). Within the framework of the Research Training Group 1878 »Archaeology of pre-modern economies« funded by the DFG, it is aimed to compile craft production sites attested by archaeological material as exhaustively as possible. This data base is accessible for free all over the world, thus providing an important foundation for further scientific questions and projects as well as an overview on essential aspects of the economic and daily life in pre-modern societies for the broader public.

Database of coinfinds with pamphylian coins

The following database was created as a part of an unfinished dissertation of Fabian Richter with the topic ‘Pamphylian Coin Hoards as Indicators of Economic Interrelations during the Hellenistic Period’. It raises no claim to completeness. The work served as basis for an article published in the journal KUBA: F. Richter, Zur Prägung von Alexander-Tetradrachmen in Pamphylien und der Datierung des Gegenstempels „Anker“ auf pamphylischen Münzen, KuBA 6, 216, im Druck.
Downloadlink of the Database ->

Open Access Journals: Revue internationale des droits de l’antiquité. 3e Série

 [First posted in AWOL 15 September 2009. Updated 21 April 2017]

Revue internationale des droits de l’antiquité. 3e Série
ISSN: 0556-7939
faisant suite à Archives d'histoire du droit oriental et Revue internationale des droits de l'antiquité





Transposition sur Internet avec le concours de La Fondation Universitaire de Belgique
3e Série
Tome LXII, 2015 (à paraître)
Tome LXI, 2014 (à paraître)
Tome LX, 2013
Tome LIX, 2012
Tome LVIII, 2011
Tome LVII, 2010
Tome LVI, 2009
Tome LV, 2008
Tome LIV, 2007
Tome LIII, 2006
Tome LII, 2005
Tome LI, 2004
Tome L, 2003
Tome XLIX, 2002
Tome XLVIII, 2001
Tome XLVII, 2000
Tome XLVI, 1999
Tome XLV, 1998
Tome XLIV, 1997
Tome XLIII, 1996
Tome XLII, 1995
Tome XLI, 1994
Tome XL, 1993
Tome XXXIX, 1992
Tome XXXVIII, 1991
Tome XXXVII, 1990
Tome XXXVI, 1989
Tome XXXV, 1988
Tome XXXIV, 1987
Tome XXXIII, 1986
Tome XXXII, 1985
Tome XXXI, 1984
Tome XXX, 1983
Tome XXIX, 1982
Tome XXVIII, 1981
Tome XXVII, 1980
Tome XXVI, 1979
Tome XXV, 1978

Online Supplements to Palilia

Palilia Project
The volumes of the series called "Palilia" existing since 1997 by the Rome Department of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) are not only impressive on account of their excellent readability but also their handy size. In order to guarantee this continuously and to allow the publication of works based on extensive documentation of archaeological material at the same time, CoDArchLab and the DAI Rome are treading a new path of archaeological publication: Supplementation of printed works by digital provision of additional materials using the adapted book structure. The volumes of the Palilia-serie themselves are independent and completely comprehensible in their reasoning. At the same time they are also readable and manageable. Readers who want to see details of the material are invited to take a look at the catalogues of each volume available in Arachne. On this page you get to the individual supplements of the Palilia-volumes. If you are interested in the volumes themselves, please contact the Reichert Verlag (link:

To the catalogues available in Arachne:
Palilia 20: Alexandra W. Busch, Military in Rome. Military and paramilitary units in the imperial cityscape
Palilia 24: Johannes Lipps, The Basilica Aemilia on the Forum Romanum. The building and its ornamentation in imperial times (Dissertation, Cologne 2008)
Palilia 25: Martin Tombrägel, The Republican otium-villas at Tivoli (Dissertation, Marburg 2005)
Palilia 26: Wolfgang Ehrhardt, Decorative and residential context. Removal, restoration and preservation of wall paintings in the Campanian antique sites.