Saturday, October 21, 2017

Open Access Journal: Dissertationes Archaeologicae ex Instituto Archaeologico Universitatis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae

Dissertationes Archaeologicae ex Instituto Archaeologico Universitatis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae

Table of Contents


Öcsöd-Kováshalom. A retrospective look at the interpretations of a Late Neolithic site READ | DOWNLOAD
Pál Raczky, András Füzesi 9-42
Frührömische keramische Beigaben im Gräberfeld von Budaörs READ | DOWNLOAD
Gabriella Delbó 43-116
Animal and human footprints on Roman tiles from Brigetio READ | DOWNLOAD
Linda Dobosi 117-134
Secondary use of base rings as drinking vessels in Aquincum READ | DOWNLOAD
Kata Dévai 135-144
Britannia on Roman coins READ | DOWNLOAD
Lajos Juhász 145-160
6th century ivory game pieces from Mosonszentjános READ | DOWNLOAD
István Koncz, Zsuzsanna Tóth 161-178
Cattle types in the Carpathian Basin in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Ages READ | DOWNLOAD
Péter Csippán 179-212


Implication of non-invasive archaeological methods in Brigetio in 2016 READ | DOWNLOAD
Dávid Bartus, Zoltán Czajlik, László Rupnik 213-232

Field reports

Grd-i Tle 2016. Preliminary Report of the Hungarian Archaeological Mission of the Eötvös Loránd University to Grd-i Tle (Saruchawa) in Iraqi Kurdistan READ | DOWNLOAD
Tamás Dezső, Gábor Kalla, Maxim Mordovin, Zsófia Masek, Nóra Szabó, Barzan Baiz Ismail, Kamal Rasheed, Attila Weisz, Lajos Sándor, Ardalan Khwsnaw, Aram Ali Hama Amin 233-240
The first season of the excavation of Grd-i Tle. The Fortifications of Grd-i Tle (Field 1) READ | DOWNLOAD
Tamás Dezső, Maxim Mordovin 241-262
The first season of the excavation of Grd-i Tle. The cemetery of the eastern plateau (Field 2) READ | DOWNLOAD
Gábor Kalla, Nóra Szabó 263-276
The first season of the excavation of Grd-i Tle. The Post-Medieval Settlement at Grd-i Tle (Field 1) READ | DOWNLOAD
Zsófia Masek, Maxim Mordovin 277-290
Short report on the archaeological research of the burial mounds no. 64. and no. 49 of Érd- Százhalombatta READ | DOWNLOAD
Gabriella T. Németh, Zoltán Czajlik, Katalin Novinszki-Groma, András Jáky 291-306
Short report on the archaeological research of the Late Iron Age cemetery at Gyöngyös READ | DOWNLOAD READ | DOWNLOAD
Károly Tankó, Zoltán Tóth, László Rupnik, Zoltán Czajlik, Sándor Puszta 307-324
How the floor-plan of a Roman domus unfolds. Complementary observations on the Pâture du Couvent (Bibracte) in 2016 READ | DOWNLOAD
Lőrinc Timár 325-336
Short report on the excavations in Brigetio in 2016 READ | DOWNLOAD
Dávid Bartus, László Borhy, Nikoletta Sey, Emese Számadó 337-350
Short report on the excavations in the Castle of Sátoraljaújhely in 2016 READ | DOWNLOAD
Dóra Hegyi, Zsófia Nádai 351-360
Excavations inside the 16th-century gate tower at the Castle Čabraď in 2016 READ | DOWNLOAD
Maxim Mordovin 361-368

Thesis abstracts

The settling of the Alföld Linear Pottery Culture in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county. Microregional researches in the area of Mezőség in Nyírség READ | DOWNLOAD
András Füzesi 369-394
Early Copper Age settlement patterns in the Middle Tisza Region READ | DOWNLOAD
Márton Szilágyi 395-402
Hoarding practices in Central Transylvania in the Late Bronze Age READ | DOWNLOAD
Botond Rezi 403-416
The settlement structure of the North-Western part of the Carpathian Basin during the middle and late Early Iron Age. The Early Iron Age settlement at Győr-Ménfőcsanak (Hungary, Győr-Moson- Sopron county) READ | DOWNLOAD
Éva Ďurkovič 417-426
The trade of Pannonia in the light of amphorae (1st – 4th century AD) READ | DOWNLOAD
Piroska Magyar-Hárshegyi 427-438
Pottery industry of the Aquincum military town READ | DOWNLOAD
Péter Vámos 439-448
Settlement history of the Hernád Valley in the 1st to 4/5th centuries AD READ | DOWNLOAD
Eszter Soós 449-466
Archaeological research of the Hussite castles in the Sajó Valley READ | DOWNLOAD
Gábor András Szörényi 467-476


Marder, T. A. – Wilson Jones, M.: The Pantheon: From Antiquity to the Present. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge 2015. Pp. xix + 471, 24 coloured plates and 165 figures. ISBN 978-0-521-80932-0 READ | DOWNLOAD
Linda Dobosi 477-479


“cdli tablet” joins the Android family

“cdli tablet” joins the Android family
cdli tablet is now available for Android mobile devices! Focusing on the cultural heritage of ancient Mesopotamia, the app combines text and images documenting three millennia of human activity that includes the earliest recorded development of trade, mathematics, and astronomy. Users will follow the application of the law of an eye for an eye by the Old Babylonian king Hammurapi, and will relive the exploits of Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Striking images of selected cuneiform texts and related artifacts are placed in their historical setting with short narratives prepared by experts in the languages and archaeology of the ancient Near East, but also by college students approaching a distant world with fresh eyes.
Sponsored by the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI) based at UCLA's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, cdli tablet, inspired by the elegantly simple “guardian eyewitness” (sadly disbanded in 2014 and merged in the general Guardian app), was originally created in 2013 as an iPad app by then UCLA Computer Science graduate student Sai Deep Tetali and Assyriology Professor Robert K. Englund. In 2017, Prashant Rajput, UCLA CS graduate student, and Altaf Shaikh, mobile developer, built an improved version for tablets and smartphones running with Android (laptop and PC users can still scroll through the entries here). With its daily update of entries written to follow particular themes in Babylonian history—topics ranging from the origins of writing 3500 years before the time of Christ to current efforts to digitally preserve and globally disseminate Mesopotamia’s cultural heritage—the app will appeal to diverse learning communities of all ages and levels of interest.
Cuneiformists, archaeologists, art historians, curators and related specialists who have an intimate acquaintance with ancient Near Eastern artifacts and digitally preserved collections are invited to contribute future entries to our cdli tablet calendar; we offer easy-to-follow steps and  to prepare files that will introduce a general and interested public to the fascinating sources they work with.

Open Access Journal: The Old Potter's Almanack

[First posted in AWOL 27 December 2013, updated 21 October 2017]

The Old Potter's Almanack
ISSN-Print: 0965-7479
ISSN- Internet:  2055-6543
THE OLD POTTER‟S ALMANACK is the joint letter of the Ceramic Petrology Group and the Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group.

Vol 21, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Michela Spataro


Marianna Kulkova, Alexander Kulkov
Nasim Qanbari-Taheri, Parviz Holakooei
Michela Spataro


Cover Page

Vol 21, No 1 (2016)


Friday, October 20, 2017

WÖRTERLISTEN aus den Registern von Publikationen griechischer und lateinischer dokumentarischer Papyri und Ostraka

 [First posted in AWOL 7 February 2010. Updated 20 October 2017]

WÖRTERLISTEN aus den Registern von Publikationen griechischer und lateinischer dokumentarischer Papyri und Ostraka
unter anfänglicher Mithilfe von Pia Breit , Wolfgang Habermann , Ursula Hagedorn , Bärbel Kramer , Gertrud Marohn , Jörn Salewski
und mit Dank für die Überlassung elektronischer Dateien an Charikleia Armoni (für P.Heid. IX, P.Köln XI und P.Tarich.), Rodney Ast (für P.Bagnall, P.Jena II und SB XXVII), Marja J. Bakker (für P.Worp), Alette V.Bakkers (für P.Minnesota), Guido Bastianini (für PSI Com. XI), Amin Benaissa (für P.Oxy. LXXV), Adam Bülow-Jacobsen (für O.Claud. IV), Willy Clarysse (für P.Count), Nahum Cohen (für P.Berl. Cohen), James Cowey (für P.Paramone), Hélène Cuvigny (für O.Krok. und O.Did), Ruth Duttenhöfer (für P.Lips. II), Jean-Luc Fournet (für P.Strasb. Copt.), Maria Serena Funghi (für O.Petr. Mus.), Traianos Gagos (für P.Thomas), Nikolaos Gonis (für P.Oxy. LXVIII, P.Oxy. LXIX, P.Oxy. LXX, P.Oxy. LXXI, P.Oxy. LXXII, P.Oxy. LXXIII, P.Oxy. LXXIV, P.Oxy. LXXVII und P.Oxy. LXXVIII), Ann Hanson (für P.Sijp.), Hermann Harrauer (für P.Horak, P.Eirene II, CPR XIX und P.Eirene III), Ben Henry (für P.Oxy. LXXX), Francisca A. J. Hoogendijk (für BL XII), Andrea Jördens (für P.Louvre I, P.Louvre II, SB XXI und SB XXIII), Demokritos Kaltsas (für P.Heid. VIII), Bärbel Kramer (für P.Aktenbuch, P.Cairo Mich. II und P.Poethke), Johannes Kramer (für C. Gloss. Biling. II), Claudia Kreuzsaler (für SPP III 2.5), Nico Kruit und die Herausgeber der BL (für BL XI), Csaba Láda (für CPR XXVIII), Herwig Maehler (für BGU XIX), Klaus Maresch (für P.Ammon II, P.Bub. II, P.Herakl. Bank, P.Köln IX, P.Köln X, P.Köln XI, P.Köln XII, P.Köln XIII, P.Phrur. Diosk. und P.Polit. Iud.), Alain Martin (für P.Narm. 2006 und P.Cairo Preis.2), Henri Melaerts (für P.Bingen), Diletta Minutoli (für An.Pap. 21/22, An.Pap. 23/24, An.Pap. 25, An. Pap. 26, P.Pintaudi, P.Prag. III und P.Schøyen II), Fritz Mitthof (für CPR XXIII, P.Erl. Diosp. und SPP III 2.2), Federico Morelli (für CPR XXII), Bernhard Palme (für P.Harrauer und CPR XXIV), Amphilochios Papathomas (für CPR XXV), Fabian Reiter (für BGU XX), Patrick Sänger (für P.Vet. Aelii und SB XXV), Philip Schmitz (für P.Iand. Zen.), Paul Schubert (für P.Yale III und P.Gen. IV), Sven Tost (für SPP III 2.1), Peter van Minnen (für BASP 43-50), Klaas A. Worp (für O.Kellis, P.Mich. 20 und P.NYU II),
kompiliert von Dieter Hagedorn und Klaus Maresch
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  • Pede certo: metrica latina digitale

     [First posted in AWOL 30 March 2015, updated 20 October 2017]

    Pede certo: metrica latina digitale
    Pede certo is a program for the automatic analysing of Latin verses developed by the Università di Udine as part of the Traditio patrum FIRB project. Its application to the Musisque Deoque digital archive – containing Latin poetry texts from the archaic period to the 7th century AD – has enabled the scansion of approximately 244,000 dactylic verses.
    On this site, a specifically developed search engine that draws upon the results of the scansion may be used to conduct metrical investigations of the corpus, through a variety of approaches.
    The Free scansions page offers a simplified but immediately usable demo version of the scanning program.
    Pede certoè uno strumento per l’analisi automatica dei versi latini, messo a punto dall’Università di Udine nell’ambito del progetto FIRB Traditio patrum. La sua applicazione all’archivio digitale Musisque Deoque — realizzato dall'Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia e comprendente i testi della poesia latina dalle origini al VII secolo d.C. — ha consentito la scansione dei circa 244.000 versi dattilici in esso contenuti.
    In questo sito un motore di ricerca appositamente sviluppato si avvale dei risultati dell’analisi per interrogare il corpus su base metrica, secondo molteplici approcci.
    Nella pagina Scansioni libere è disponibile inoltre un dimostrativo semplificato, ma immediatamente usabile, dello strumento con cui è stata eseguita la scansione.

    Trismegistos Authors

    Trismegistos Authors

    Short Introduction

    Trismegistos Authors is a database of authors of the ancient world. It should include all authors who wrote between 800 BC and AD 800, but currently it is primarily based on the Leuven Database of Ancient Books [LDAB], and focuses on those attested in sources dating before AD 800. Eventually, we aim to include also the authors attested only as fragments in other works. We have also included (mainly Greek) authors from later periods, through Pinakes and the Clavis Historicorum Tardae Antiquitates [CHTA]. In these cases the record will lead the user to those databases for more detailed information about manuscripts and background.


    Trismegistos Authors is clearly work in progress. There are currently 3772 ancient authors and 4837 works. Note that for the more recent authors, after AD 800, we currently do not have any information about their works. As to the authors themselves, there are still doubles in the list; the information about the authors is generally limited. All authors have been assigned dates of birth and death, and are assumed to have lived about 75 years if no specific information is available. For their works, we aim to be as precise as posisble, but very often there is currently no information. You can send us an email with additions or corrections for your own personal data. Should you want to help us with any of this in a more systematic way, please do contact us. We will be eternally grateful.

    3772 authors (click here for all attestations)

    Linking Evidence

    Linking Evidence
    This project links in an interactive way written and visual evidence concerning medieval and early Renaissance Rome, including the descriptions of the City (from the Mirabilia Romae to the De Varietate Fortunae), the inscriptions associated with monuments and works of art, and the images attesting to the appearance of these monuments (either actual or imaginative) and to their transformation across the centuries. The descriptions of the different writers are also visualized through maps, where each monument is linked to related images and texts. This website also offers an 'intelligent' search by monuments. Read more