Friday, October 31, 2014

Open Access Journal: Scriptura

Scriptura
ISSN 2305-445X (online)
ISSN 0254-1807 (print)
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Scriptura is an independent journal which publishes contributions in the fields of Bible, Religion and Theology refereed by peers. It is international in scope but special attention is given to topics and issues emerging from or relevant to Southern Africa. Scriptura publishes contributions in English but also in other languages relevant to the Southern African region (such as Afrikaans, Xhosa, Sesotho, Zulu, French and German).









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Instrumentum: Groupe de travail européen sur l'artisanat et productions manufacturées dans l'Antiquit

Instrumentum: Groupe de travail européen sur l'artisanat et productions manufacturées dans l'Antiquit
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INSTRUMENTUM est un groupe de travail international composé de chercheurs travaillant sur l'artisanat antique et ses produits dans l'Europe et le Bassin méditerranéen. Le champ chronologique couvert par l'association concerne les Ages du Fer européens ainsi que les cultures Grecque et Romaine, avec de possibles incursions dans l'Age du Bronze et le Moyen Age.

INSTRUMENTUM s'est donné pour but de fédérer les recherches sur l'artisanat antique et ses productions en faisant connaître les travaux publiés, afin de mieux comprendre les conditions dans lesquelles l'artisanat, les productions et les techniques ont évolué antérieurement au Moyen Age. INSTRUMENTUM publie tous les 6 mois (en juin et en décembre) un Bulletin regroupant diverses informations, encourageant la recherche et facilitant la communication internationale entre les chercheurs de tous horizons. Une mise à jour bibliographique, des articles plus ou moins brefs selon les besoins, ainsi que des demandes de renseignements peuvent faire partie du contenu de chaque livraison en fonction des besoins des membres.

Par ailleurs, depuis juin 1997, INSTRUMENTUM a également publié 36 monographies sur divers aspects de l'artisanat antique (thèses, colloques, recueil divers...) (Editions Monique Mergoil). Cette collection très active comprend en permanence plusieurs volumes en préparation.

INSTRUMENTUM a également organisé, financé ou co-organisé des dizianes de manifestations scientifiques, dans plusieurs pays européens, sur des thèmes proposés par ses membres
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INSTRUMENTUM is a working-group that comprises scholars interested in the crafts and industries of ancient Europe and the Mediterranean. The chronological scope of the organization covers the European Iron Age and the eras of Greek and Roman civilization, with some overlap into the late Bronze Age and the early Middle Ages.

The aim of INSTRUMENTUM is to bring together research on crafts and industries by drawing attention to published work, thus elucidating the conditions in which crafts, industries, and manufacturing techniques evolved before the Middle Ages. Twice a year INSTRUMENTUM issues the Bulletin, which disseminates information, encourages research, and facilitates international communication. An up-to-date bibliography, brief notices on current research, and requests for information also are included in an attempt to promote and facilitate research on objects, their use, and manufacture. Since June 1997 INSTRUMENTUM has published 35 monographs on ancient crafts and industries (Editions Monique Mergoil), with several more in preparation.

INSTRUMENTUM also has organized and supported dozens of scientific meetings in various countries on topics proposed by members. 
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Artefacts©, Encyclopédie en ligne des petits objets archéologiques

Artefacts©, Encyclopédie en ligne des petits objets archéologiques
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Ceci est la version en cours d’élaboration d'Artefacts©, Encyclopédie en ligne des petits objets archéologiques. 

La base de données librement accessible sur l'internet reflète une partie d’une base de travail enrichie en permanence par un réseau de chercheurs. Elle permet d’effectuer des recherches simples, ou plus complexes.

Qu 'est-ce qu'un "petit objet" ? Les spécialistes en discutent encore... Après la numismatique, dont le champ d'application (la monnaie) est assez bien défini, la céramologie a été la première à s'ériger en spécialité archéologique. Mais s'intéresse-t-elle au matériau (la terre cuite) ou à ce qu'on en fait ? De fait, beaucoup d'objets sont produits en argile, et le critère du matériau n'est pas le meilleur pour trier ce qui relèverait de la céramologie ou d'une nouvelle spécialité, celle concernant les objets. Au cours des dernières années s'est imposé le critère fonctionnel, qui permet de confier aux "céramologues" tout ce qui est vaisselle, de cuisine (préparation, service) ou de stockage (amphores...). Les "objets", qui ne sont pas toujours petits, c'est donc le reste.

Catégorie vaste, donc, et variée, puisqu'elle touche à presque tous les domaines de l'activité humaine. Pour mettre un peu d'ordre dans ce très vaste ensemble, Artefacts utilise un système hiérarchique à trois niveaux, sur lequel vient se greffer la chronologie. Chaque objet est attribué à une fonction, et chaque fonction entre dans un domaine. Ainsi un "dé à jouer" (code DEJ) appartient à la fonction "jeu-comptage", qui est elle-même insérée par le domaine socio-culturel. Il s'agit ici d'identifier la fonction première des objets, celle pour laquelle ils ont été conçus, et non leur réutilisation éventuelle dans un contexte secondaire (par exemple religieux, ou funéraire).

L'optique principale d'Artefacts est d'ordre typologique, mais certains types existent [presque] sous la même forme à des époques différentes. Un dé cubique en os, par exemple, pourra donc se trouver en DEJ-3, DEJ-4 ou DEJ-9 selon qu'il est étrusque, romain ou médiéval. Il est donc intéressant, quand on a trouvé le code de l'objet recherché (DEJ-, dans l'exemple ci-dessus), d'aller voir les attestations dans d'autres périodes, pour mesurer l'évolution de cette forme à travers le temps.


This is the "in progress" version of Artefacts©, Online Encyclopedia of Archaeological Small Finds.
This database, in free access on the internet, reflects part of a working base to which many researchers have contributed. It allows simple, or more advanced searches.

What is an artefact ? Specialists still discuss the matter. After numismatics, of which the field (coinage) is well defined, ceramology was the first to reach the status of a speciality. But does ceramology deal with a material (terracotta) of with what is done with it ? Several artefacts are actually made of terracotta, and using the material is probably not the best way to sort data between what regards 'ceramology' and what could be given to a new speciality, 'artefacts stydy'. During the last years, 'functional sorting' imposed itself as the most useful criterium : creamology can study all the vessels, either for preparing, serving or storing goods, while 'artefacts study' deals with the rest.

A vast category, therefore, and various, touching nearly any domain of human activity. To attempt ordering this huge chaos, Artefacts makes use of a 3-level hierarchy, on which chronology is added. Every objectr is attributed to a function, and any functrion enters a domain. For ex., a dice (code DEJ) belongs to the 'game & counting' function, which is part of the 'socio-cultural' domain. The aim of this system is to identify the primary function of artefacts, for which they were produced, not their eventual re-use in a secondary context (such as religious, or funerary).

The main ambition of Artefacts is typological, but some types exist under (nearly) the same form under variuous epochs. A cubic solid bone dice, for example, will be found under DEJ-3, DEJ-4 or DEJ-9 according to its date, Etruscan, Roman or Medieval.When the code of a certain object type is available (DEJ-, in the above example), it is therefore interesting to serach it under othet periods, to evaluate the evolution of this form through the course of time.
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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Open Access Journal: Alétheia - Revista de estudos sobre Antigüidade e Medievo

 [First posted in AWOL 22 May 2011. Updated 25 March 2015]

Alétheia - Revista de estudos sobre Antigüidade e Medievo
ISSN: 1983-2087
A Revista Alétheia incentiva a divulgação de trabalhos acadêmicos que abordem a Antiguidade e o Medievo, em âmbito nacional e internacional. Este periódico recebe publicações de pesquisadores de todas as áreas das Ciências Humanas, em nível de graduação e pós-graduação. Os trabalhos serão avaliados por pareceristas ad hoc, sendo veiculados de acordo com as exigências estabelecidas nas normas de publicação.




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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

REVEAL (Reconstruction and Exploratory Visualization: Engineering meets ArchaeoLogy)

REVEAL (Reconstruction and Exploratory Visualization: Engineering meets ArchaeoLogy)
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Inaccuracies, Inconsistencies and Impatience

One of the key problems in archaeology is trying to accurately locate things like trenches, walls, and artifacts in 3D space.  Traditionally, archaeologists describe their finds, manually take measurements, and use hand-drawn sketches and occasional photographs to record the contexts of artifacts, strata, and architectural features.  This methodology suffers from inaccuracy, inconsistent terminology, transcription errors, and just taking too long.  Some things are not recorded at all because their significance is not recognized until too late. 

Other issues for fieldteams include noting what was found, who found it, what are the find’s characteristics, figuring out how all this data should be organized, and how other researchers can assimilate all this information.  Understanding the meaning, context, and function of an object evolves over time as it is examined and categorized, which often involves multiple specialists each of whom may submit data in different formats.  The standard collocation methods don't effectively allow hypothesis testing on all the excavated data in real time; nor allow for planning field strategies while the dig is underway.   Normally, we have to wait until all evidence has been collected, analyzed, and synthesized--that often takes years and is unfair to our colleagues.

Has the transition to digital acquisition technologies improved the situation?  We now have the choice of laser scans, LIDAR, digital photography, databases, CAD, GIS, GPS, total stations, and even smartphones with high-res cameras and custom apps that can be tailored for use during excavations. 

Putting Technology to Work

Using total stations and related equipment to survey a site is time consuming and expensive, only those points that were considered important at the time are recorded, and the points are hard to collate with the rest of the datasets from the site.  GIS is superlative for 2D spatial data, but not so useful as a general purpose data exploration tool, and generally has poor integration with interactive 3D visualizations.   Harris Matrix tools focus on displaying stratigraphic sequences, with little integration with other datatypes.  Custom site-specific databases are uneven in the comprehensiveness of their features and cannot be easily generalized to other excavations.

What site directors really need is a single complete package that keeps things digital from acquisition to publication, integrates all data types, and can be used across different excavations with minimal modification.  The goal would be to ease recording and recall for researchers of all backgrounds.  

That’s exactly what our consortium set out to create.
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National Mission on Monuments and Antiquities, Archaeological Survey of India, Ministry of Culture, Government of India

National Mission on Monuments and Antiquities, Archaeological Survey of India, Ministry of Culture, Government of India
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India is perhaps one of the largest repositories of tangible heritage in the world. A major part of this heritage is preserved in her monuments, sites and antiquities of varied nature. The range of such relics, from the past is indeed very vast and covers a long span of time i.e. prehistoric to colonial times. The monuments, sites and antiquities protected and maintained so far by Archaeological Survey of India and State Archaeology Departments are only a fraction of the total repository of the country. However, most of these have not been documented in a uniform format which can provide a common platform to the scholars, researchers and planners for reference, research and its management in a diligent manner. 
Today, the survival of our heritage has been endangered due to climatic, natural and manmade effects. In the recent years there is also an increasing trend of illicit trafficking of antiquities from India. This is mainly due to lack of public awareness, ignorance of law/act and also about the importance of documentation and preservation. There are few cities in the country where number of important monuments and heritage buildings has been listed from time to time by different institutions and organizations but there is no comprehensive database at one place. Therefore, a proper documentation is felt desideratum to build a credible National database in a uniform format. 
To address these issues, National Mission on Monuments and Antiquities (NMMA) has been set up by Government of India with the objective to document unprotected monuments and sites from both secondary sources and antiquities from primary source in a prescribed format. There are various available sources for documenting this heritage which needs to be utilized and collated through a Mission approach to create a credible National data base. This will take shape of State wise as well as National register of unprotected monuments, sites and antiquities.

Likewise, the existing data on antiquities are also available in different format in the form of Registered Antiquities, Catalogued antiquities with central and different formats adopted by different organizations; it is difficult to bring this data base under one umbrella. In this process, National Mission on Monuments and Antiquities has prepared two uniform formats each for documentation of Monuments, Sites and Antiquities and is actively involved in creating the National data base.

NMMA welcomes suggestions and contributions for the preparation of National register on Monuments, sites and antiquities. 













Museums of India: National Portal and Digital Repository

Museums of India: National Portal and Digital Repository

The National Portal and Digital Repository for Indian Museums are developed and hosted by Human-Centred Design & Computing Group, C-DAC, Pune as per the agreement with Ministry of Culture, Government of India. HCDC Group has also developed JATAN: Virtual Museum software which is used for creating the digital collections in various museums and digital archival tools that are used in background for managing the national digital repository of museums. 

Presently as a part of the digitization efforts of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India the digitized collections of 10 selected Museums, as given below, are placed in the digital repository for Indian Museums and also on the National Portal developed by C-DAC, Pune in consultation with the Ministry of Culture along with technical help from the Art Institute of Chicago in the first phase. Subsequently, it will be our endeavour to make available the digitized collections of the remaining museums under the Ministry of Culture/Archaeological Survey of India also on the National Portal.

Éditions de la Bibliothèque nationale de France at OpenEdition Books

Éditions de la Bibliothèque nationale de France
at OpenEdition Books
La Bibliothèque nationale de France est un éditeur public dont le catalogue compte plus de mille titres. Dans le cadre de sa politique de valorisation des collections, la BnF édite des catalogues raisonnés et des ouvrages scientifiques destinés aux chercheurs et aux professionnels des bibliothèques. Ces publications de référence sont le reflet de l’excellence scientifique de l’établissement.
 
  • Trésors monétaires XXV

    2011-2012 | Saint-Jean-d’Ardières (Rhône), Magny-Cours (Nièvre), Gisors (Eure) et ‎autres trésors

    Michel Amandry (dir.)

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Open Access Journal: Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Archaeologica

Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Archaeologica
Czasopismo od 1976 roku wychodziło pod nazwą Acta Uniwersitatis Lodziensis, Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Łodzkiego, Nauki Humanistyczno - Społeczne, Folia Archaeologica. Od 1980 roku periodyk ukazuje się pod obecnym tytułem. Zamiesczane na łamach czasopisma prace poświęcone są przede wszystkim zagadnieniom archeologicznym, historycznym i antropologicznym.
Redakcja naukowo - dydaktyczna AUL Folia Archaeologica:
prof. Anna Marciniak - Kajzer (redaktor naczelny)
prof. Lucyna Domańska
prof. Maria Magdalena Mączyńska
dr Aldona Andrzejewska
Nazwa wydawcy: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Open Access Journal: Textual Transmission eJournal

Textual Transmission eJournal
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This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts having a primary focus on Greek and Roman texts from antiquity to the present. Additional subcategories and/or subdivisions of them will be added as appropriate.
Click here to Browse our Electronic Library to view our archives of abstracts and associated full text papers published in this journal.


Textual Transmission eJournal Advisory Board Click on the individual's name below to view the editor or advisory board member's author home page.


Andrew L. Ford

Carin M. Green

Judith Evans Grubbs

Dirk Obbink

Josiah Ober

Andrew M. Riggsby

Ruth S. Scodel

Incl. Electronic Paper Tell It Like It Is: Disclosed Risks and Factor Portfolios
Ryan D. Israelsen
Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Finance
Date Posted: October 04, 2014
Working Paper Series
48 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Rape and Civilization in Shakespeare's Rome
Michael S. Kochin and Katherine Philippakis
Tel Aviv University - Political Science and Farella Braun + Martel LLP
Date Posted: April 30, 2014
Working Paper Series
9 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper La scoperta goethiana della versione ‘originale’ dei Dieci Comandamenti e la sua influenza sulla critica biblica: Il mito del particolarismo ebraico e dell’universalismo tedesco (The Impact of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Discovery of the 'Original' Version of the Ten Commandments upon Biblical Scholarship: The Myth of Jewish Particularism and German Universalism)
Pages 71-90 in Il roveto ardente: Scritti sull’ebraismo Tedesco in memoria di Francesca Y. Albertini, Edited by Irene Kajon, Lithos Editrice, 2013,
Bernard M. Levinson
University of Minnesota
Date Posted: April 23, 2014
Accepted Paper Series
7 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Between the Covenant Code and Esarhaddon's Succession Treaty: Deuteronomy 13 and the Composition of Deuteronomy
Journal of Ancient Judaism 3 (2012): 123-140
Bernard M. Levinson and Jeffrey Stackert
University of Minnesota and University of Chicago
Date Posted: October 04, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
41 downloads

'This is the Manner of the Remission': Legal Exegesis and Eschatological Syntax in 11QMelchizedek
Journal of Biblical Literature 132:2 (2013): 351-371
Bernard M. Levinson and Michael Bartos
University of Minnesota and University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Date Posted: August 20, 2013
Accepted Paper Series

A More Perfect Torah: At the Intersection of Philology and Hermeneutics in Deuteronomy and the Temple Scroll
Critical Studies in the Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1., Winona Lake, In: Eisenbrauns, 2013
Bernard M. Levinson
University of Minnesota
Date Posted: June 21, 2013
Last Revised: July 13, 2013
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Electronic Paper Die Memorisierung Von Gottes Gesetz Zur Anatomie Der Erinnerung Als Problem Jüdischchristlicher Polemik (The Memorization of God's Law: The Anatomy of Memory as Jewish Christian Polemic Problem)
Der Abgrund der Erinnerung: kulturelle Identität zwischen Gedächtnis und Gegen-Gedächtnis, 2011,
Joseph E. David
Sapir Academic College - School of Law
Date Posted: May 19, 2013
Last Revised: May 22, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
22 downloads

Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation and Development
Journal for the Study of the Old Testament: Supplement Series, Vol. 181, B. Levinson, ed., Sheffield Academic Press, 1994
Bernard M. Levinson
University of Minnesota
Date Posted: September 06, 2012
Last Revised: June 20, 2013
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Electronic Paper On the Editio Princeps of Statius’ Epics
Harald Anderson
Independent
Date Posted: May 16, 2010
Last Revised: May 28, 2010
Working Paper Series
48 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Textual Criticism and Reception: The Case of Plut. Mor. 153f-154a
Paola Bassino
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 16, 2010
Working Paper Series
18 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper De Medico: A Metapaedagogical Text
ANCIENT MEDICAL EDUCATION, H.F.J. Horstmanshoff, ed., Brill, 2009
Lesley Dean-Jones
The University of Texas at Austin
Date Posted: September 02, 2007
Last Revised: December 03, 2008
Accepted Paper Series
38 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Clinical Gynecology and Aristotle's Biology
Lesley Dean-Jones
The University of Texas at Austin
Date Posted: September 01, 2007
Working Paper Series
74 downloads

Open Access Journal: Ancient Greek & Roman Linguistics eJournal

Ancient Greek & Roman Linguistics eJournal

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This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts having a primary focus on the morphology, grammar and syntax of Greek and Latin and will appear in the Greek of Latin subcategory as appropriate. Work that compares the two to each other or which discusses them in a general context will appear in the General subcategory. There are specific subcategories for Minoan and Mycenaean texts and for Metrics. Additional subcategories and/or subdivisions of them will be added as appropriate. 
 
Click here to Browse our Electronic Library to view our archives of abstracts and associated full text papers published in this journal.


Ancient Greek & Roman Linguistics eJournal Advisory Board Click on the individual's name below to view the editor or advisory board member's author home page.


Andrew L. Ford

Carin M. Green

Judith Evans Grubbs

Dirk Obbink

Josiah Ober

Andrew M. Riggsby

Ruth S. Scodel

A Socio-Cultural History of the Machine Metaphor
Review of Cognitive Linguistics (2013), 11, 1, p. 145-162
Vladimir Glebkin
Gymnasium 1514
Date Posted: July 15, 2013
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Electronic Paper Las Actividades De Trabajo En Grupo En Un Entorno Tecnológico: El Caso De Las Lenguas Clásicas (The Group Work Activities in a Technological Environment: The Case of Classical Languages)
Revista de Estudios Latinos (RELat) 9, 2009, 209-234
Cristóbal Macías Villalobos
University of Malaga
Date Posted: July 10, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
4 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper On the Proto-Indo-European Language of the Indus Valley Civilization (and Its Implications for Western Prehistory)
The Sindhu-Sarasvati Civilization: New Perspectives (Essays in Honor of Dr. S.R. Rao) (2014)
Robin Bradley Kar
University of Illinois College of Law
Date Posted: August 06, 2012
Last Revised: August 06, 2014
Accepted Paper Series
154 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Sentence Length in Greek Hexameter Poetry
HEXAMETER STUDIES. QUANTITATIVE LINGUISTICS 11, pp. 107-136, R. Grotjahn, ed., Brockmeyer, 1981
Dee Clayman
City University of New York - Graduate Center
Date Posted: June 20, 2010
Accepted Paper Series
44 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Mercury in the Middle: SERMO between the Discursive and the Divine
William Michael Short
University of Texas at San Antonio
Date Posted: April 17, 2010
Working Paper Series
19 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Creation of Language and Language without Time: Metaphysics and Metapragmatics in Genesis 1
Biblical Interpretation: A Journal of Contemporary Approaches vol. 20 issue 3 pp. 205-225 (July 2012)

Date Posted: February 13, 2010
Last Revised: January 17, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
139 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Time Series Analysis of Word Length in Oedipus the King
Favonius Supplementary, Vol. I, pp. 65-79, 1987
Dee Clayman
City University of New York - Graduate Center
Date Posted: October 15, 2009
Accepted Paper Series
35 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Representation of ISVC in C and F Structures of LFG: A Proposal
SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2009
Clement Kwamina Insaidoo Appah
Lancaster University - Linguistics and English Language
Date Posted: August 07, 2009
Accepted Paper Series
15 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Erotic Emissions in Greek Poetry: A Common Link Between Generalized Integration Networks
Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas
Department of Cognitive Science, University of California San Diego
Date Posted: August 03, 2009
Working Paper Series
78 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Review of Joachim Latacz's 'Troy and Homer: Towards a Solution of an Old Mystery'
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 120503
Joshua T. Katz
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: July 01, 2009
Working Paper Series
122 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Riddle of the 'sp(h)ij-': The Greek Sphinx and Her Indic and Indo-European Background
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 120505
Joshua T. Katz
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: July 01, 2009
Working Paper Series
87 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper What Linguists are Good for
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 120504
Joshua T. Katz
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: July 01, 2009
Working Paper Series
31 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Epic Adventures of an Unknown Particle
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 070701
Joshua T. Katz
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: June 30, 2009
Working Paper Series
49 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Origin of the Greek Pluperfect
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 070702
Joshua T. Katz
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: June 30, 2009
Working Paper Series
71 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper The Original Meaning of 'Democracy': Capacity to Do Things, Not Majority Rule
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Paper No. 090704
Josiah Ober
Stanford University - Department of Classics
Date Posted: October 27, 2007
Working Paper Series
399 downloads