Thursday, August 28, 2014

Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED)

Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED)
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The Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) was founded in order to archive, catalogue, and digitize epigraphic materials. The digitized images are to be placed online, allowing scholars easy access to these documents.

The Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents (CCED) is a non-profit organization staffed entirely by volunteer information professionals and graduate students in Information Studies.

Our goal is to become a repository for world inscriptions.

The CCED would be pleased to consider accepting additional collections to add to our online library. Those wishing to donate/make available an epigraphic collection to the Canadian Centre for Epigraphic Documents should contact the CCED before submitting any material.

Many epigraphic texts are in danger of being lost through environment, negligence, or willful destruction. The CCED regularly works with collections that contain only extant copies of deteriorated or now missing inscriptions. To enable us to continue our work conserving and placing rare and endangered documents online, please consider donating to the CCED.

Help us to protect our world heritage in texts.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Open Access Journal: Bulletin of the Society for Arabian Studies

[First posted in AWOL 1 November 2009. Updated 27 August 2014 (web site no longer active - the following links are at the Internet Archive)]

Bulletin of the Society for Arabian Studies
ISSN: 1361-9144
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The Society publishes an annual Bulletin in the Spring giving information on research, publications, field work, conferences and events in the Arabian peninsula in fields ranging from archaeology and history to natural history and the environment. It also carries feature articles and book reviews.
The Bulletin is sent free to all members of the Society. Current and back issues can also be purchased at the Arabian Seminar in July each year or from the Editor. Printed copies of the Bulletin are £5.00 each. The current and recent issues may also be downloaded free of charge in pdf format by clicking on the cover images below.
Current Issue, 2010 Issue 14, 2009
Issue 13, 2008 Issue 12, 2007 Issue 11, 2006

Open Access Annual Report: AERA Annual Reports (Ancient Egypt Research Associates)

AERA Annual Reports (Ancient Egypt Research Associates)
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Ancient Egypt Research Associates explores Egypt’s archaeological record seeking the origins of civilization. Our mission is to contribute insight and understanding to the present awareness of cultural evolution.

In recent years, we have explored the development of urbanism, labor organization, and the elementary structures of ancient daily life at the once-Lost City of the pyramid builders at Giza.

AERA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Dr. Mark Lehner and Matthew McCauley, with the assistance of Margaret Sears, in 1985 for the purpose of funding and facilitating the research of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project, which grew out of the Sphinx Project.
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Annual Report 2011-2012

2012 Field Season Excavations
2011-2012 Archaeological Field Schools
Archaeological Sciences: Hippo Hip and Olive Pit
Glen Dash Foundation Survey
Download a PDF of our 2012 Annual Report

Annual Report 2010-2011

Khentkawes Town East
The Luxor Study Field School
AERA-Egypt Receives NGO Status
Download a PDF of our 2011 Annual Report

Annual Report 2009-2010

Salvage Archaeology & Analysis and Publication Field Schools
The AERA Egypt Center
Capital Zone Walkabout 2010
Download a PDF of our 2010 Annual Report

Annual Report 2008-2009

The 2009 Advanced Field School
Giza Center Becomes a Reality
Celebrating 20 Years of Discovery in Giza
Download a PDF of our 2009 Annual Report

And see also the following Annual Reports of field seasons at Giza] published in the Oriental Institute Annual Report


Open Access Journal: Hebrew Higher Education: A Journal for Methodology and Pedagogy For Teaching of Hebrew Language and Literature in the University

Hebrew Higher Education: A Journal for Methodology and Pedagogy For Teaching of Hebrew Language and Literature in the University
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Formerly published as The Bulletin of Higher Education. Issued by the National Association of Professors of Hebrew.
  • Current Issue: Volume 16, 2014 - HERE.
  • Volume 15 (2013) - HERE.
  • Volume 14 (2012) - HERE.
  • Volume 13 (2010) - HERE
  • Volume 12 (2007) - HERE
  • Volume 11 (2004) - HERE

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Jew and Judean: A Forum on Politics and Historiography in the Translation of Ancient Texts

Jew and Judean: A Forum on Politics and Historiography in the Translation of Ancient Texts
August 26, 2014

Have scholars erased the Jews from Antiquity?

Jew or Judean SliderThe Marginalia Review of Books aims to host conversations about serious books and important ideas. Taking advantage of the opportunities supplied by new media, we are providing space for constructive debates on the questions that shape how we understand the world.
Adele Reinhartz’s essay in MRB on June 24 set off a vibrant discussion in the comments section and in the MRB editors’ inboxes. The range of responses to the piece dotted the spectrum from full support to indignation, proving that a sizable readership wanted to debate these ideas further. The forum is released today only two months after the Reinhartz essay thanks to the good will and the efficiency of the participants. The essays, beginning with Reinhartz’s original piece and concluding with her response to the collection, investigate the political and historiographical considerations involved in the translation of ancient texts, in particular how modern translators and historians ought to deal with the translation of the Greek word ioudaios (Ἰουδαῖος).
Along with the forum, MRB is excited to release an e-book version of the discussion free for our readers. We hope that you will read and share with as many people as you wish, and we hope it becomes a resource for use in seminars, classrooms, and other group settings. You can download the e-book in epub format (most readers) or in mobi format (Amazon Kindle).     — Timothy Michael Law
Adele Reinhartz
I am alarmed by the growing invisibility of Jews and Judaism in English translations of ancient texts and scholarship about them. The use of “Judeans” to translate all occurrences of ioudaioi achieves neither the scholarly precision nor the ethical high ground that scholars claim. On the contrary, the proliferation of Judeans inadvertently creates confusion and misunderstanding and merely sidesteps the issue without addressing the anti-Jewish or even anti-Semitic potential of texts such as the Gospel of John.
Steve Mason
All humanities disciplines invite us to explore the possibilities of human existence, but history opens the door to conditions that have really existed before our time. No one should be naïve enough, however, to think that we can simply enter the distant past as it really was, for it does not exist now. The vehicle that takes us there we construct today. We pose our questions about the past and gather any surviving evidence that seems relevant.
The problem of translating with sensitivity to ancient contexts is basic to the research and teaching of all ancient historians.
Daniel Schwartz
The question whether we should use “Jew” or “Judean” when writing about antiquity should, I assume, be approached no differently than other questions concerning the use of our modern English vocabulary for ancient phenomena. Just as we normally look at the evidence concerning antiquity and, when turning to describing what we see, strive to choose the English words that best correspond to what we see, so too in this case.
Annette Yoshiko Reed
At first sight, the debate might seem to pivot on the choice between Mason’s search for the most accurate English equivalent of the term’s meaning in the first century and Reinhartz’s concern to tailor its translation to the understanding (and potential misunderstandings) of present-day readers. Yet the ramifications are also much wider. Just as Mason shows how the translation of a single term can engage the very nature of identity in the ancient world, so Reinhartz also calls us to critical reflection concerning the degree to which modern historical research can be isolated from its own historical contexts. Rather than arguing for one side or another, I would thus like to push further on both fronts — in part by asking what we miss when we plot the different meanings of ioudaios along a straight line towards the concept of “Judaism” as “religion.”
Joan Taylor
To say, as Malina does, that a “Jew” is an anachronistic category in the first century erects a wall between modernity and antiquity. I do not want to sever Jesus from the designation “Jew” and insist on it being relevant only to a later time, because that might sever him from a Judaism today that embraces diversity within its past. To say that Jesus was a Jew is not to say that he was a Jew as the rabbis would define that term but a Jew as one might define him in the first century.
Malcolm Lowe
If a word — or some use of that word — is lacking in ancient sources before a certain date, we should be cautious both about assuming and about denying that it existed in earlier times. Moreover, we should beware of assuming that if a word or use of a word is not found in ancient authors, then those authors did not have the concept denoted by that word.
Jonathan Klawans
Is it really the case that the translation “Jew” has done great harm? If I am not mistaken, the question about “Jew” and “Judean” is, as it is taking place here, primarily an English-language question. Far be it from me to deny the influence of anti-Semitism in the English-speaking world. But lets be frank: on the whole, Jews have been and continue to be rather safe wherever the English language is spoken, even though all the Bibles talk about Jews.
Ruth Sheridan
It is not sufficient to say that subsequent Christian interpreters of the Gospel of John mistakenly identified the narrative’s “Jews” with real flesh-and-blood Jews living among them — with disastrously violent consequences — and that they misinterpreted John’s sense. It is also not enough to claim, on that basis, that the imperative facing us now is to “restore” the correct meaning (the entho-geographic one) to the text, translating hoi Ioudaioi as “the Judeans.” This avoids the fact that texts do carry within them the potential to become loosed from their authorial moorings and to reach beyond the particularities of their original reception.
James Crossley
The ioudaios debate is an especially good example of the impossibility of escaping ideology, no matter how disinterested a given scholar might be and no matter how unware a scholar might be. We have seen how easy it is to detect what we might crudely label “pro-Israel” and “anti-Israel” stances, ethical concerns about anti-Semitism, and a marginalizing of Palestinian concerns. Of course, there are genuine concerns about the pervasiveness of ideology for academic research. But we can perhaps calm some of these fears.
Adele Reinhartz
While not all participants in the Forum explicitly address anti-Semitism or its seemingly more benign variant, anti-Judaism, I believe that all recognize that the ioudaios question does have implications for this sensitive issue. As some of the responses note, the question of translation may matter less when readers have ready access to commentaries and more in the case, for example, of New Testaments that are used liturgically and therefore, in most cases, without commentary.

The Fouad Debbas Collection: assessment and digitisation of a precious private collection. Photographs from Maison Bonfils (1867-1910s), Beirut, Lebanon

The Fouad Debbas Collection: assessment and digitisation of a precious private collection. Photographs from Maison Bonfils (1867-1910s), Beirut, Lebanon
British Library Endangered Archives Programme
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The aim of this project is to clean, list, index, catalogue and digitise a collection of 3,000 photographs produced in the Middle East by the Maison Bonfils, from 1867 to the 1910s.

The 3,000 items consist of albumen prints gathered in albums and portfolios, glass plates, stereos, cabinet cards and cartes de visite. They are part of the general Fouad Debbas Collection, which contains more than 40,000 photographs. The objective is to undertake a survey, and increase access to and visibility of this most valuable and endangered collection.

The Fouad Debbas Bonfils collection is the most extensive, varied and richest photographic collection produced in the Levant at the end of the Ottoman period. It is in fact one of the very few photographic collections produced in Beirut from the late Ottoman period which are still preserved.
Established in 1867 in Beirut, the Bonfils house set out the first photographic studio in Beirut and established photography as a business. As such Mr Bonfils, his wife Lydie, (apparently the first woman photographer of the whole area at that time) and children, all succeeded in capturing a region of immense physical beauty (the landscape photos of Beirut and Baalbeck), of varied ethnic composition (various portraits), and of rapid socio-economic change, at a crucial moment of the region’s history. The Bonfils Debbas collection is clearly an invaluable document registering the history of a region at a crucial crossroads in the wake of great historical upheaval which was about to sweep the region and bring about the Modern Middle East as we know it...
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The catalogue is available here.

Open Access Journal: Forum Archaeologiae - Zeitschrift für klassische Archäologie (FARCH)

Forum Archaeologiae - Zeitschrift für klassische Archäologie (FARCH)ISSN: 1605-4636
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Das Forum Archaeologiae versteht sich als Plattform, die Archäologen sowie Vertretern verwandter Wissenschaftszweige ein Medium zur Publikation ihrer Arbeiten im Internet bieten will. Das Forum entstand im Jahre 1996 aus der privaten Initiative der Herausgeber und ist finanziell sowie institutionell unabhängig. Das Forum Archaeologiae will sowohl Autoren als auch Interessierten einen unbürokratischen, kostenlosen und direkten Zugang zu aktuellen Publikationen und den medialen Möglichkeiten des Internet bieten.

Seit der 20. Ausgabe hat das Forum Archaeologiae nunmehr eine - wie wir hoffen - endgültige Heimat im Internet gefunden. Es erhielt im September 2001 seine eigene Domain unter http://farch.net (oder http://www.farch.net).

AKTUELLE AUSGABE

Mithras & Co
G. Kremer
Colophon 2013
U. Muss u.a.
Toçak Dağı (Lykien)
M. Seyer, H. Lotz, P. Brandstätter
Pelagios
R. Simon

AUSGABE 70/III/2014
15. Archäologentag

Programm
G. Grabherr, E. Kistler
Mykenisches
K. Bernhardt
Prozession
F. Blakolmer
Cauponae
A. Calabró
Merkurstatuetten
A. Drack
Carnuntum
M. Grossmann
Christl. Lampen
St. Hofbauer
Bonda Tepe/Limyra
O. Hülden, S. Mayer, U. Schuh, B. Yener-Marksteiner
Zwischengoldglas
J. Köck
Brigantium
J. Kopf
Steinbruch
G. Kremer
A. Conze
K.R. Krierer, I. Friedmann
Hypokausta
H. Lehar
Pheneos
M. Lehner, S. Tausend, K. Tausend
Side
U. Lohner-Urban
Peloponnes
H. Maier
Thalerhof
P. Marko
Vindobona
M. Mosser
Brigantium
K. Oberhofer
Castelinho dos Mouros
K. Oberhofer
Monte Iato
B. Öhlinger
Götter
T. Osada
Foce del Sele
D. Probst
Aphrodisias
U. Quatember
Hanghaus 2
E. Rathmayr
St. Pölten
R. Risy
Opferfleisch
V. Sossau
Grabstelen
E. Tanaka
Troesmis
A. Waldner
Bier
J. Weilhartner
Mittelhelladikum
M. Zavadil

AUSGABE 69/XII/2013

Tischgeschirr
S. Jäger-Wersonig
Hekatombe
Hannes Lehar
Fundort Wien
Stadtarchäologie Wien
Echt?
Kathrin B. Zimmer

AUSGABE 68/IX/2013

ΦΥΤΑ ΚΑΙ ΖΩΙΑ

Programm
C. Lang-Auinger, E. Trinkl
Festvortrag
E. Böhr

Flowers
I. Algrain
Swans
Ch. Avronidaki
Figurenvasen
St. Böhm
Euboean
M. Chidiroglou
Ivy
F. Díez Platas
Exotische Tiere
G.R. Dumke
Kommunikation
B. Franke
Plastic Vases
J.R. Guy
Animal-Skins
A. Harden
Marine Life
K. E. Heuer
Tanzpartner
E. Hofstetter
Horses
M. Iozzo
Floral Motif
N. Kéi
Women & Animals
S. Klinger
Grenzfälle
J. Lang
Bees
N. Levin
'Randfiguren'
A. Lezzi-Hafter
Eros
E. Manakidou
Birds
A. Mackay
Thyrsos
V. Meirano
Pferde
H. Mommsen
Sea Voyages
J. Neils
Schlange & Eule
N. Panteleon
Dogs
A. Petrakova
Efeu & Rebe
L. Puritani
Rochen
M. Recke
Tierfries
B. Reichardt
Snakes
D. Rodríguez Pérez
Natur & Kultur
A. Schnapp
Akanthus
N. Sojc
Reittiere
M. Stark
Kyathoi
D. Tonglet
Heuschrecken
C. Weiß
'Kontraste'
L. Winkler-Horaček
Etruskisch
M. Wullschleger

AUSGABE 67/VI/2013

InterArch
M. Mele
Repolusthöhle
D. Modl
Carnuntum/Christentum
G. Kremer, A. Pülz
Brot & Wein
M.W. Pacher

AUSGABE 66/III/2013

3D Models
B. Breuckmann, St. Karl, E. Trinkl
Römische Steine
I. Egartner
Side 2012
U. Lohner-Urban
Prospektion
T. Neuhauser, O. Pink, S. Zenz

AUSGABE 65/XII/2012

Defensive Armour
M. Mödlinger
Kolophon 2012
V. Gassner, U. Muss, E. Draganits
Hausham 2012
V. Gassner, R. Ployer
Fundort Wien
Stadtarchäologie Wien
Textilarchäologie
E. Trinkl

AUSGABE 64/IX/2012

Velia 2012
V. Gassner, D. Svoboda
Soccer ball
J.W.A.M. Janssen
Römische Villen
S. Lamm
Römisches Leben
E. Rathmayr
Rhamnous
K. Spathmann

AUSGABE 63/VI/2012
14. Archäologentag

Programm
P. Scherrer
Rekonstruktionen
T. Alusik, A.B. Sosnova
Atrium
M. Auer
Radmuster
C.M. Behling
Min. Götter
F. Blakolmer
Spätantike
M. Bru Calderon
Laßnitztal
G. Fuchs
Restaurierung
R. Fürhacker, A.-K. Klatz
Medizininstrumente
K. Gostenčnik
Stillfried
M. Griebl, I. Hellerschmied
Farbbestimmung
Th. Hagn
Archäobiologie
A.G. Heiss, R. Drescher-Schneider
Fibeln
D. Knauseder
Zwischengoldglas
J. Köck
Tavium
G. Koiner, Ch. Zinko
Brigantium
J. Kopf
Steine/Carnuntum
G. Kremer
Noricum/Pannonien
S. Lamm
Alexandria
A. Landskron
Ziegelöfen
F. Lang, R. Kastler, Th. Wilfing, W. Wohlmayr
Tempelzugänge
C. Lang-Auinger
Hypokaustum
H. Lehar
Pheneos 2011
M. Lehner, K. Tausend
Side 2011
U. Lohner-Urban, E. Trinkl
Epetion
T. Neuhauser, M. Ugarković
Miróbriga
K. Oberhofer
Arch. Sizilien
B. Öhlinger
Parthenon
T. Osada
Latrine/Carnuntum
B. Petznek
Chrono-Media
M. Christidis, O. Pink
Hausruckviertel
R. Ployer
Freidorf
G. Praher
Damianosgrab
U. Quatember, V. Scheibelreiter-Gail
Wohneinheit 7
E. Rathmayr
Limyra
M. Seyer
Eucarpus
St. Sitz, M. Auer
Noreia
K. Strobel
Wohlsdorf
A. Szilasi
Immurium
B. Tober
Logogramme
J. Weilhartner
Weitendorf
J. Wilding
A. Schober
G. Wlach

AUSGABE 62/III/2012

Keramikwerkstatt
H. Schörner
Amphorae/Ephesos
T. Bezeczky
Velia 2011
V. Gassner
Zafar/Jemen
L. Pecchioli, P. Yule, F. Mohamed

AUSGABE 61/XII/2011

Drachen
B. Grammer
Grotte Chauvet
U. Simon
Fundort Wien 2011
Stadtarchäologie Wien

AUSGABE 60/IX/2011

In Memoriam F. Brein
B. Kratzmüller et al.
Domplatz/St. Pölten
R. Risy
Hetäre?
M. Xagorari-Gleißner

AUSGABE 59/VI/2011

Hadrianstempel
U. Quatember
Publikation Keryx
P. Scherrer
Journalismus
E. Holzer, O. Pink
Denkmalschutzmedaille
E. Pieler

AUSGABE 58/III/2011
NÖ Landesausstellung

Zur Philosophie
E. Bruckmüller
Gesamtmodell
Ch. Gugl et al.
Therme
F. Humer
Götter-/Menschenbilder
F. Humer
Vermittlung
M.W. Pacher
Erobern/Entdecken
E. Bruckmüller
Objektdatenbank
M. Pregesbauer et al.

AUSGABE 57/XII/2010

Löwentor, Mykene
F. Blakolmer
Sepulkralstrafen
K. Harter-Uibopuu, V. Scheibelreiter
Kleininschriften
R. Wedenig
Fundort Wien 2010
Stadtarchäologie Wien

AUSGABE 56/IX/2010

Amphitheater, Carnuntum
D. Boulasikis
Siedlungen, Attika
M.B. Cosmopoulos
Krieg, Israel
R. Feldbacher
Antikenhandel
M. Müller-Karpe
Chichen Itza
A. Guida Navarro
Statue, Delphi
A. Nordmeyer

AUSGABE 55/VI/2010
Archaeology in Confllict
Program

Preface
F. Schipper
Setting the Agenda
F. Schipper,
M.T. Bernhardsson

"MY heritage"
L.E. Babits
Leipheim excavation
M. Bletzer
Illicit Traffic
K. Bogoeski
"Embedded" Archaeology
A. Cuneo
Provenance
S. Di Paolo
Interpol
A. Gach
Project ORCHID
P.R. Green
NGOs' Initiatives
S. Guner
NGO & Illicit Trade
S. Guner
Atatürk & Heritage
S. Guner, M. Yildizturan
Cypriot Antiquities
S. Hardy
Past - Future
V. Higgins
Legal Aspects
UNESCO
Military's Role
A. Kapornaki
Occupied Palestine
A. Keinan
Renovation/Afghanistan
H. Leijen
Student Perspective
D. McGill
Archaeology/Africa
C. Näser, C. Kleinitz
Scientific Organizations
B. Nelson
Cultural Intelligence
E. Nemeth
Missions to Babylon
A. Peruzzetto, J. Allen, G. Haney, G. Palumbo
Masada Myth
M. Pfaffl
Embedded Anthropologists
J. Price
Plane/Nynice
M. Rak, J. Vladar
Ziggurat at Aqar Quf
B.A. Roberts
Palestine/Brazil
G. Barbosa Rodrigues
Turkish Museums
O. Sade-Mete
Next Generation Project
A. Sands, K. Butler
Heritage in Peru
D.D. Saucedo Segami
Liasion Officer
H. Speckner
Looting and Plundering
H. Szemethy
United Arab Emirates
J.J. Szuchman
First Aid/ICCROM
A. Tandon, S. Lambert
Politicization
B. Thomassen
Turkish Law
S. Topal-Gökceli
Expeditions/Ukraine
T. Umrikhina
Hillforts
R. Welshman
Post-conflict
C. Westrik, S. Neuerburg

AUSGABE 54/III/2010
13. Archäologentag

Archäologentag
F. Felten, C. Reinholdt, W. Wohlmayr
Befestigungen
T. Alusik
Villa urbana, Carnuntum
M. Behling
DressID-Projekt
I. Benda
Frühägäische Götter
F. Blakolmer
Kapitell in Graz
M. Christidis-Poulkou
Oriental./Minoische Götter
V. Dubcová
Textilproduktion
K. Gostenčnik
Spätantike Textilien
K. Grömer
Chronologie SH IIa
F. Höflmayer
Wasserversorgung/Syrakus
E. Kanitz
villa rustica/Brederis
J. Kopf
villa rustica/Neumarkt-Pfon
F. Lang et al.
Aula in Bruckneudorf
G. Kieweg-Vetters
Montanarchäologie/Stmk.
S. Klemm
Fibeln in Iuvavum
D. Knauseder
Zivilstadt/Carnuntum
A. Konecny
Kaiser als Pharao
G. Kremer
Partherdenkmal/Ephesos
A. Landskron
Porträts im KHM
M. Laubenberger
Hypokaustheizung
H. Lehar
Caracalla
H. Maier
Backöfen/Vindobona
M. Mosser
Prospektion in Oberlienz
F.M. Müller
Schönberg/Stmk.
K. Oberhofer
Alexandermosaik
T. Osada
Kulturvermittlung/Carnuntum
M. Pacher
Villa rustica/Oberndorf
A. Picker
Blatt und Blüte
K. Pruckner
Hadrianstempel/Ephesos
U. Quatember
Nachttöpfe
S. Radbauer, B. Petznek
Apollo - Augustus
M. Stütz
Reiter/Parthenonfries
E. Tanaka
Rotfig. Bauchlekythen
E. Trinkl
Tierlogogramme/Linear B
J. Weilhartner
Domitilla-Katakombe
N. Zimmermann

AUSGABE 53/XII/2009

FACEM
V. Gassner, K. Schaller
Tyrannen v. Ephesos
J. Fischer
Tonfries/Ephesos
C. Lang-Auinger
Spätantikes Ephesos
A. Pülz
Fundort Wien 2009
Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 52/IX/2009

Arch. Park Ephesos
M. Döring-Williams
Frauenberg
St. Karl
Sant Ypoelten
R. Risy
Mausoleum Bartringen
G. Kremer

AUSGABE 51/VI/2009

Magnesisches Tor
A. Sokolicek
Judenplatz, Wien
K. Adler-Wölfl
Am Hof, Wien
M. Brzakovic, A. Kupka, K. Lappé
Datenbank "lupa"
F. Harl, O. Harl

AUSGABE 50/III/2009
Ägäische Bronzezeit

Vorwort
F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, G. Nightingale
Beziehungen Kretas
E. Alram
Kanalisation
M. Aufschnaiter
Kreuzbandschalen/Ägina
L. Berger
Thronraum/Knossos
F. Blakolmer
Ägäische Einflüsse
D. Doncheva
Unfreiheit u. Religion
J. Fischer
Ikonographie - Raum
U. Günkel-Maschek
Ägypten
P.W. Haider
Mann mit Lanze
S. Hiller
Kosmos als Kylix
S. Hiller
Steingefäße
F. Höflmayer
Ostägäis
B. Horejs
Architektur
D. Leiner
Handwerk
G. Nightingale
Das Thronen
B. Otto
Keramik/Ägina
K. Pruckner
Körperzeichen
K. Schaller
Livari/Südostkreta
N. Schlager
Sardinien/Mykene
L. Soro
Schwertkampf
R. Steinhübl
Mobilar
E. Wacha
Myk. Figurinen
I. Weber-Hiden
A. Evans/Linear B
J. Weilhartner
Josef Höfler
M. Zavadil

AUSGABE 49/XII/2008

Sog. Lukasgrab
A. Pülz
Velia 2008
V. Gassner
Palmyra 2008
A. Schmidt-Colinet
Wien 2008
Stadtarchäologie Wien
Magdalensberg 2008
E. Schindler Kaudelka

AUSGABE 48/IX/2008

DASV
P. Lochmann
Bassus Nymphaeum
E. Rathmayr
Alinda
P. Ruggendorfer
Phaistos Disc
Ch. Henke

AUSGABE 47/VI/2008

Römermuseum
M. Kronberger
Blindenführung
M. Teichmann
Malaria
A. Hassl
Stellenbörse
R. Karl

AUSGABE 46/III/2008
12. Archäologentag

Vorwort
M. Meyer, V. Gassner
Expedition 1902
T. Alušík, J. Kostenec, A. Zäh
Geschneidertes Gewand
I. Benda-Weber
Nemeseum/Carnuntum
D. Boulasikis
Phallos-Steine
E. Christof
Wandmalerei/Carnuntum
C.-M. Girisch
Beinfunde
K. Gostenčnik, F. Lang
Archäologie/Steiermark
B. Hebert, E. Pochmarski, U. Steinklauber
Pottenbrunn
E. Hölbling
Bewässerung
E. Kanitz
Werkstätten/Iuvavum
D. Knauseder
CSIR
G. Kremer
Heroon von Trysa
A. Landskron
CVA
C. Lang-Auinger
Villa/Debant
F.M. Müller
Amazonen
T. Osada
Glas/Palmyra
R. Ployer
Hydreion/Ephesos
U. Quatember
Informationssysteme
K. Schaller, Ch. Uhlir
Österreich-Kreta
N. Schlager
Kultplatz 1/Velia
D. Svoboda
Neue Medien
E. Trinkl
Pausanias-Ägina
J. Weilhartner
Spiegel, KHM
K. Zhuber-Okrog
Domitilla-Katakombe
N. Zimmermann

AUSGABE 45/XII/2007

Initiative Österr.
ArchäologInnen
B. Kainrath
Inclusion Fluids
W. Prochaska, S.M. Grillo, P. Ruggendorfer
Fugenmörtel
D. Boulasikis
Velia 2007
V. Gassner
Römische Villen
B. Schrettle
Michaelerplatz
Stadtarchäologie Wien

AUSGABE 44/IX/2007
Hanghaus 2 von Ephesos

Hanghaus 2
H. Thür
Möbel
E. Rathmayr
Küchen
L. Rembart
Räume 14 + 19
G. Zluwa
Triklinium SR 24
A. Nordmeyer, A. Sommer
Raum 26
J. Reuckl
Marmorsaal I
S. Stökl
Marmorsaal II
S. Swientek
Raum 31b
M. Tschannerl
basilica privata
M. Gessl
Kurzzitate

AUSGABE 43/VI/2007

Sonnenuhr
C. Lang-Auinger
Faschistisches Rom
U. Quatember
C. Praschniker
G. Wlach
Nymphen
E. Trinkl

AUSGABE 42/III/2007
Stadien-Siege-Skandale

Zum Geleit
H. Szemethy
Athleten
M. Röder
Recht & Ordnung
S. Seitschek
Skandale
S. Seitschek
Kampfsportarten
A. Nordmeyer
Pentathlon
L. Bäumel
Hippische Agone
M. Weisenhorn
Preise
M. Röder
Fans
K. Preindl
Berlin 1936
F. Mayr
Bibliographie

AUSGABE 41/XII/2006

Satyr, Greifswald
R. Attula
Carnuntum
U. Lohner
Velia 2006
V. Gassner
F. Schachermeyr
M. Pesditschek
Fundort Wien
Stadtarchäologie Wien

AUSGABE 40/IX/2006

Ägina, Keramik
G. Klebinder-Gauß
Kyrene, Agora
A. Giudice
Kyrene, Gymnasium
A. Giudice
Ernst Sellin
F. Schipper

AUSGABE 39/VI/2006
11. Archäologentag

Archäologentag
E. Walde
Prähist. Defensivarchitektur
T. Alušík
Stadtmauer/Aguntum
M. Auer
Keramik/Ägina
L. Berger
Mittelhell. Bildkunst
F. Blakolmer
Ferrum Noricum
B. Cech, H. Preßlinger, G. Walach
Wandmalerei/Virunum
I. Dörfler
Lukaner in Velia?
V. Gassner
Übergangsriten, Herakleia
V. Gertl
Basis v. Sorrent
M. Grossmann
Greif
P.W. Haider
Steirische Archive
B. Hebert
Anton Roschmann
M. Huber
Schützengasse, Wien
S. Jaeger-Wersonig
Steindenkmäler, Carnuntum
G. Kremer
archaeologieforum.at
K.R. Krierer
Model, Ephesos
C. Lang-Auinger
Türme auf Kreta
E. Mlinar
Zivilstadt, Vindobona
M. Mosser
Daunische Siedlungsbefunde
F.M. Müller
Ostgiebel, Olympia
T. Osada
Werkstatt & Muster
G. Plattner
Akropolis, Ägina
E. Pollhammer
Straßenbrunnen, Ephesos
U. Quatember
Gräbertypologie, Daunien
J. Rückl
Kieselpflasterung, Daunien
E. Schemel
Nymphen - Mänaden
G. Schmidhuber
Tempel, Kalapodi
V. Sossau
Röm. Brixner Becken
A. Waldner
Aigina und Athen
J. Weilhartner
Ringhallentempel
M. Weissl

Österreichischer Archäologenverband


AUSGABE 38/III/2006

Antikensammlung, KHM
K. Gschwantler
Bergbau, Montafon
R. Krause
Gewandstatue
A. Landskron
Weinbau
F. Brein

AUSGABE 37/XII/2005

NASCA Ceramics
H. Mara, N. Hecht
Palmyra 2005
A. Schmidt-Colinet
Velia 2005
V. Gassner
Fundort Wien
Wr. Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 36/IX/2005

Kulturgüter im Irak
F. Deblauwe
Goldappliken, Artemision
A.M. Pülz
Goldappliken, Technologie
B. Bühler
Nymphäum von Apamea/Syrien
A. Schmidt-Colinet, U. Hess
Ägypten/Griechenland/Rom
B. Gessler-Löhr

AUSGABE 35/VI/2005
Neue Zeiten-Neue Sitten

Kolloquium Wien 2005
M. Meyer
Asinii Nicomachi
F. Chausson
Lampen
A. Giuliani
Italiker
F. Kirbihler
Artefactual/Artificial
J. Poblome, Ph. Bes, V. Lauwers
Ti. Claudius Aristion
U. Quatember
Keramik 1.Jh. v.Chr.
Ch. Rogl
Schwarzweißmosaike
V. Scheibelreiter
Bad-Gymnasium-Komplexe
M. Steskal
Imperial cult/Pisidia
P. Talloen
Münzen/Pergamon
B. Weisser
Wandmalerei/Ephesos
N. Zimmermann

AUSGABE 34/III/2005

3D-Vision in Archaeology
H. Mara, R. Sablatnig
Velia 2004
V. Gassner
Aelium Cetium
R. Risy, P. Scherrer, E. Trinkl
Archäologie in Serbien
U. Brandl

AUSGABE 33/XII/2004

Wandmalerei, Magdalensberg
K. Gostenčnik
Herakles i. Aguntum
St. Karwiese
Vindobona-CD
M. Klein, M. Kronberger, M. Mosser
Geschichte
Wr. Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 32/IX/2004

Peter Cornelius
L. Krempel
Durchblick-Panorama
Ch. Tschaikner
Ares Borghese, KHM
T. Friedl
Akropolis/Lindos
K. Rieger

AUSGABE 31/VI/2004

Mark Aurel/Carnuntum
F. Humer
Partherdenkmal, KHM
W. Oberleitner
GIS / Marienkirche
Ch. Kurtze
Archäologie/Bodensee
A. Troll, J. Hald
Besiedlungsstruktur
N. Alber

AUSGABE 30/III/2004

Spurensicherung
C. Holtorf
Gewebte Erinnerungen
G. Rapp, H. Rapp
Velia 2003
V. Gassner, A. Sokolicek
Keramikchronologie/ Velia
M. Trapichler
Kulturgeologie
W. Vetters
Klimakatastrophe
W. Vetters, H. Zabehlicky

AUSGABE 29/XII/2003
10. Österr. Archäologentag Zum Geleit
G. Schwarz
Erscheinungsfenster
T. Alušík
Architektur/Tavium
E. Christof
Militärlager/Virunum
M. Doneus, Ch. Gugl, R. Jernej
Asyl von Ephesos
R. Fleischer
Nekropole/Virunum
G. Fuchs
Magdalensberg
F. Glaser
Neuaufstellung KHM
K. Gschwantler
Hermenmal
R. Hanslmayr
Stein-Relief-Inschrift
Ch. Hemmers, St. Traxler
Marmorgemagerte Keramik
S. Jäger-Wersonig
Agäer in Italien
R. Jung
Antikensammlung R. Knabl
St. Karl
Marmorsteinbrüche/
Ephesos

K. Koller
Partherdenkmal
A. Landskron
Hibernia
S. Laus
Brustschmuck d. Kybele
F.M. Müller
Siphnierschatzhaus
T. Osada
Pompeii, Regio VII
L. Pedroni, D. Feil, B. Tasser
Ost und West
G. Plattner
Grabbezirk v. Faschendorf
J. Polleres, W. Artner
Bärinnen in Brauron
M. Poulkou
Romanisierung im Comics
U. Quatember, K.R. Krierer
Lykische Schrift
M. Seyer
Textilverarbeitung
E. Trinkl
Altäre/Artemision
M. Weißl


AUSGABE 28/IX/2003

Pottery/Maussolleion
L.E. Vaag, V. Nørskov, J. Lund
Goldappliken/Artemision
A.M. Pülz
Peion/Ephesos
S. Karwiese
Geländerekonstruktion/
Wien
R. Gietl, M. Kronberger, M. Mosser
Schutzanstrich/
Amphoren
C. Sehnal

AUSGABE 27/VI/2003

Bronzewerkstätte/
Artemision
G. Klebinder-Gauß
Ubi-erat-lupa
F. Harl, K. Schaller
Diateichisma
A. Sokolicek
Archäologie in Oberösterreich
S. Lehner
Science Week 2003
M. Holzner, A. Vacek

AUSGABE 26/III/2003

Jupiter-Dolichenus Tafel, KHM
P. Pingitzer
Marmorrelief mit Säge
M. Büyükkolanci, E. Trinkl
Tonlampen/Ephesos
A. Giuliani
'Toilet Room', Knossos
M. Aufschnaiter
Karthago - Spiegelgrund
Wr. Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 25/XII/2002

Colonia Ulpia Traiana
U. Brandl, F. Diessenbacher
Velia 2002
V. Gassner, A. Sokolicek, M. Trapichler
Torbau/Limyra
P. Ruggendorfer
Kirche/Limyra
A. Pülz
Amazonenrelief/Wien
M. Weißl
Boische Grabbauten
M. Mosser

AUSGABE 24/IX/2002

Erlebnis Altertum,
Science Week 2002
M. Holzner, M. Ladurner
Legionslager Vindobona,
Science Week 2002
M. Mosser
Griechen & Fremde,
Science Week 2002
S. Fürlinger
TS aus Cales
L. Pedroni, B. Tasser
Koren
J. Eitler
Koptische Ärmelborte
Ch. Pflegerl

AUSGABE 23/VI/2002

Inscriptions of Aphrodisias
G. Bodard, Ch. Roueché
Griechisches Knossos
E. Mlinar
Carnuntumausstellung, Brixen
E. Wierer
Spiegel-Corpus Schweiz
I. Jucker, Rez. F. Brein


AUSGABE 22/III/2002

Glasbecher, IKA
S. Jäger-Wersonig
Glas-Konservierung
K. Herold
Partherdenkmal
A. Landskron
Spittelwiese, Linz
R. Ployer

AUSGABE 21/XII/2001

Marmorkleinplastik in Aquileia
E. Christof
Frühchristliche Ampullen
S. Ladstätter, A. Pülz
Velia 2001
V. Gassner
Fundort Wien 4/2001
Wr. Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 20/IX/2001

Keramik-Restaurierung
K. Herold
Augenschale
B. Kratzmüller
Lekythos
B. Kratzmüller
Loutrophoros
B. Kratzmüller
Schwarzfirnis-Dekor
E. Trinkl
Palmyra 2001
A. Schmidt-Colinet
Kopie & Fälschung
Ch. Gastgeber

AUSGABE 19/VI/2001

Grabbezirk von Faschendorf
J. Polleres
Von Virunum nach Iuvavum
Ch. Gugl
Hemmaberg / Kärnten
S. Ladstätter
Murale - Project
M. Kampel, R. Sablatnik
Ägypten in bunten Bildern
U. Quatember

AUSGABE 18/III/2001

Nemesis in Virunum
Ch. Gugl
Tafel- & Qualitätswein
H. Liko
Mantik in Mantineia
A. Hupfloher
Artemision / Ephesos
M. Weißl
Hellenist. Keramik / Ephesos
Ch. Rogl
Frühbyzantinische Münzen
M.A. Metlich
Brustkreuze
W. Hahn

AUSGABE 17/XII/2000

Amphitheater/Virunum
R. Jernej
Geschichte des IKA
V. Gassner
Homer & Entenhausen
U. Quatember
Archäologie & Computer
W. Börner
Fundort Wien
Wr. Stadtarchäologie

AUSGABE 16/IX/2000

Zeugma
M. Büyükkolanci
Dach für Ephesos
F. Krinzinger
Theater v. Perge
A. Öztürk
Priester in Sparta
A. Hupfloher

AUSGABE 15/VI/2000

Nochmals Vota
St. Karwiese
Mesopotamiens Bootsgott
B. Stöcklhuber
Arge Arch
F. Schipper
Digitale Bilddokumentation
K. Koller
Torrenova, Sizilien
E. Kislinger
Unterwasserarchäologie
Ch. Stradal, C. Dworsky
Sudan
M. Zach

AUSGABE 14/III/2000
Altmodische Archäologie
Festschrift f. F. Brein

Tabula Gratulatoria
Schriftenverzeichnis
F. Brein 1964-1999
Zusammenst. M. Bodzenta
Gewicht aus Ephesos
M. Aurenhammer
Schlüssel, Schloß & Knoten
H. Bannert
Min. "Zahnornament"
F. Blakolmer
Vounous-Modell
L. Dollhofer, K. Schaller
Anheben d. Gewandsaumes
U. Eisenmenger
Keramik aus Eretria
R. Fenzl
Stele aus Grottaferrata
T. Friedl
"Da Hiib"
A. Gasser
Oinotrer in Elea?
V. Gassner
Flora & Fauna in Pleuron
W. Gerdenitsch, K. Mazzucco
Neues aus Rom
W. Greiner
Hermerot aus Ephesos
R. Hanslmayer
Zwei Wiener Ostraka
H. Harrauer
Feder & Tinte
S. Jilek
List - Hitler - Carnuntum
M. Kandler
Neokorie f. Macrinus
St. Karwiese
Buntgesteine in Ephesos
K. Koller
Auslosung im Sport
B. Kratzmüller
Kopfgefäß aus Ephesos
C. Lang-Auinger
Sphinx von Fischlham
M. Pippal
St. Martin / Raab
E. Pochmarski, M. Pochmarski-Nagele
Bronzelöwe aus Lousoi
Ch. Schauer
Eber - Heros
P. Scherrer
Kyklop. Bauten / Ostkreta
N. Schlager
Weinlese in Palmyra
A. Schmidt-Colinet
Römische Juristen
R. Seliger
Kranz - Krone - Korb
E. Specht
Datierung d. Propyläenkore
M. Steskal
FS O. Benndorf
H. Szemethy (Hrsg.)
Basileia in Ephesos?
H. Thür
Rocken & Spindel
E. Trinkl
Ägäische Gewandweihen
E. Trnka
Herakles / African Red Slip
P. Turnovsky
Deckenfresko in Enns
E. Walde
Corocotta
E. Weber
Ökonomie d. Archäologie
W. Weigel
Festung Elaos
M. Weißl
Graffiti / Bruckneudorf
H. Zabehlicky

AUSGABE 13/XII/99

Tell Arbid, Syria
G.J. Selz
Ephesische Laren
U. Quatember
Welser Gräberfeld
S. Jäger-Wersonig
Arthur Project
F. Niccolucci
Arch. Sammlung II
F. Brein (Hrsg.)

AUSGABE 12/IX/99

Warrior tomb, Egypt
I. Forstner-Müller
Akropolis, Athen
F. Ruppenstein, W. Gauß
Amymone auf Mosaiken
A. Kankeleit
Römische Mosaike
V. Scheibelreiter
Palmyra 1999
A. Schmidt-Colinet
Barbanera. Besprechung
S. Altekamp

AUSGABE 11/VI/99

Ausgabe 11/VI/99
8. Österr. Archäologentag
Zum Geleit
F. Blakolmer, H.D. Szemethy
Stuckreliefs
F. Blakolmer
Stadtmauern von Velia
V. Gassner
Heiligtum in Byblos
P.W. Haider
Zeus in Ephesos
E. Trinkl
Partherdenkmal v. Ephesos
A. Landskron
Kleinasiat. Theaterfriese
H.S. Alanyali
Keramik aus Xanthos
B. Yener-Marksteiner
Peloponnesische Reliefbecher
Ch. Rogl
Lampen aus Aigeira
Th. Hagn
Lagertor v. Vindobona
M. Mosser
Auxiliarkastell/Carnuntum
W. Müller, U. Zimmermann
Badegebäude in Altheim
K.A. Ebetshuber
Bad in Klosterneuburg
M. Philipp
Villa von Höflein
R. Kastler
Norische Grabbautypen
G. Kremer
Franz Miltner
K.R. Krierer
Rechtsarchäologie
R. Selinger
Kulturgüterschutz
H. Szemethy


AUSGABE 10/III/99

Apasas - Ayasuluk
M. Büyükkolanci
Mythisches Ephesos
M. Steskal
Seleukeia Sidera
E. Lafli
Archäometrie in Velia/Italien
V. Gassner, R. Sauer
100 Jahre ÖAI
ÖAI (Hrsg.)

AUSGABE 9/XII/98

Zoomorphes Dekor
L. Dollhofer
Recycling misfired pottery
Poblome, Schlitz & Degryse
Die römische Palastvilla
H. Zabehlicky
Stadtarchäologie Wien
Wr. Stadtarchäologie
Ancient DNA
J. Kiesslich

AUSGABE 8/IX/98
Ägäische Bronzezeit

Vorwort
F. Blakolmer
Bulgarien & Nordgriechenl.
I. Schlor
Keramik aus Pheneos
G. Erath
Grazer Institutssammlung
M. Lehner
Halbrosetten / Federfächer
M. Weißl
Hoheitszeichen
B. Otto
Hogarth's Zakro Sealing No.130
N. Schlager
Die Larnax von Episkopi
F. Lang
Hundedarstellungen
B. Schlag
Ägyptische Quellen
P. W. Haider
Der Friedhof von Elateia
A. E. Bächle
Mykenische Perlen
G. Nightingale
Frauen- und Männertracht
E. Trnka
Die Akropolis von Athen
W. Gauß
ásty und pólis
J. Weilhartner
Farbe in der ägäischen Bildkunst
F. Blakolmer

AUSGABE 7/VI/98

Prähist. Ephesos
M. Büyükkolanci
Ephes. Kaiserpriester
H. Thür
Hadrians Innenpolitik
G. Plattner
Red Slip Ware
J. Poblome
Sigillatadepot / St. Pölten
Ch. Riegler
Fundort unbekannt
H.D. Szemethy

AUSGABE 6/III/98

Ephesos 1997
St. Karwiese
Plataiai - Survey
A. Konecny
"Satyrisches"
M.E. Großmann
Augentäuschungen
G. Vetters
Keramik und Laser
M. Kampel & Ch. Liska

AUSGABE 5/XII/97

Ephesian Water System
D. Crouch & Ch. Ortloff
Digitaler Stadtplan
St. Klotz & Ch. Schirmer
Mautern - Favianis
St. Groh
Kirchberg / Kremsmünster
R. Risy
Emanuel Löwy
F. Brein (Hrsg.)

AUSGABE 4/VIII/97
Metropole Ephesos

Resumée 1996
St. Karwiese et al.
Hist. Topographie
P. Scherrer
Artemision of Ephesus
A. Bammer
Der Hafen von Ephesos
H. Zabehlicky
Inschriften von Ephesos
D. Knibbe
Das Große Theater
I. Ataç
Latrinengerüch(t)e
U. Outschar - H. Thür
Nekropolen
E. Trinkl
Rouge et noir
S. Zabehlicky
Ephesos-Gesamtplan
Stand 1997
Bibliographie 1988-97
M. Bodzenta

AUSGABE 3/V/97

Kentauromachie
H. S. Alanyali
Grabbauten Noricums
G. Kremer
Puer Ludens
W. Reiter
Bronzezeitl. Tätowierung
K. Schaller

AUSGABE 2/II/97

Kyprische Vasen
F. Brein (Hrsg.)
Choenkännchen
E. Eberwein
Römische Landgüter
K. A. Heinzl
Geophys. Prospektion
W. Neubauer - P. Melichar
Frühbyz. Bauornamentik
A. Pülz

AUSGABE 1/XI/96

Archäolog. Sammlung
F. Brein
Täfelung des Serapeions
K. Koller
Synoris und Apene
B. Kratzmüller
Zeustempel zu Olympia
H. Nödl
Spindel, Spinnwirtel & Rocken
E. Trinkl