Open Access Journal: Discentes: The Undergraduate Magazine for the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania

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Discentes: The Undergraduate Magazine for the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania Discentes Vol. 2 No. 2 Carson Woodbury, Madeleine Brown, Sean Carpenter, and Molly Hutt Discentes Vol. 2 No. 2 (April, 2014) was published in the Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania. Discentes Vol. 2 No. 1 Carson Woodbury, Madeleine Brown, Sean Carpenter, and Molly Hutt Discentes Vol. 2 No. 1 (December, 2013) was published in the Department of Classical […]

POTENZA Valley Project

POTENZA Valley Project In 2000 a team of Ghent University (Belgium), under the direction of Prof. Frank Vermeulen, started a very intensive survey of an Adriatic valley. Denominated ‘Potenza Valley Survey’ (PVS), this research project aims at measuring the evolution of social complexity during Antiquity in a specific part of Central Italy. The fieldwork operations in the valley of the river Potenza included systematic archaeological field walking, active aerial photography, artefact studies, re-study of excavated […]

Tombes de Deir el Medina: Couverture photographique

Tombes de Deir el Medina: Couverture photographique La nécropole de Deir el-Medina, concession de l’Ifao, a déjà fait l’objet de plusieurs publications. Toutefois, ces monographies ne reprennent pas toutes les photographies dont dispose l’Ifao ; en outre, dans le passé, les illustrations se limitaient souvent à des clichés en noir et blanc, voire à des planches au trait.  La base de données ci-jointe réunit l’ensemble des clichés faits par l’Ifao (plaques de verre, diapositives couleurs, […]

theolduvaigorge: Kathu Townlands: A High Density Earlier Stone…

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theolduvaigorge: Kathu Townlands: A High Density Earlier Stone Age Locality in the Interior of South Africa by Steven J. H. Walker, Vasa Lukich and Michael Chazan “Kathu Townlands is a high density Earlier Stone Age locality in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Here we present the first detailed information on this locality based on analysis of a sample of lithic material from excavations by P. Beaumont and field observations made in the course of fieldwork in […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #491

Today’s list of Open Access (free to read) articles: Notice of the Exploration of the Castle on the Isle of Loch Dochart, Perthshire. With Drawings of the Objects found, and Plans and View of the Castle.http://bit.ly/YoHClF Portable Material Culture and Death Factory Auschwitzhttp://bit.ly/1pj7475 Early box flue tiles from Londonhttp://bit.ly/109yyBh On Guildship in Anglo-Saxon Monasterieshttp://bit.ly/YGC1ax Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Digital Gordion: The Gordion Archaeological Project

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Digital Gordion: The Gordion Archaeological Project This website is produced by the Gordion Archaeological Project at the Penn Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. Our goal is to make key Gordion information and interpretations more immediately accessible to the world at large, and to encourage the broadest interest in this historically important place and the many cultural associations that have marked it through the centuries. Thank you for taking the time to visit us. We hope […]

Meketre: an online repository for middle kingdom scenes

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Meketre: an online repository for middle kingdom scenes MEKETRE is an interdisciplinary research project, conducted at the Institute of Egyptology in cooperation with the research group Multimedia Information Systems at the University of Vienna. The project is funded by the Austrian Science Fund ( FWF) and bears the project number P21571. MEKETRE focuses on two main goals: It seeks to systematically collect, research, and study the reliefs and paintings of Middle Kingdom tombs of Ancient […]

Open Accesss Journal: Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIème siècle

 [First posted in AWOL 30 May 2012, updated 26 July 2014] Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIème siècleISSN electronic edition: 1775-4275 Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle est une revue internationale électronique. Elle s’intéresse à l’ensemble de la culture hellénistique. Les études hellénisitiques ont fait durant les deux dernières décennies des progrès considérables et ont connu d’importants bouleversements. Toute cette importante partie de la littérature, de l’art et de la philosophie […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #490

Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here: Notice of the same Stone.http://bit.ly/16uGjBF On the Analogy between the Architecture of France and that of Scotlandhttp://bit.ly/16HFRBf Excavations at Grandtully, Perthshirehttp://bit.ly/11SiEuf Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Journal: Monuments et mémoires de la Fondation Eugène Piot

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Monuments et mémoires de la Fondation Eugène PiotISSN: 1148-6023 Eugène Piot (1812-1890), esthète et archéologue, qui voulait contribuer au développement de la recherche et du goût dans le vaste domaine de l’art depuis le temps des anciennes cultures de l’Orient jusqu’à la Renaissance, légua sa fortune à l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. Celle-ci décida alors de publier, grâce aux revenus de la Fondation Piot, des Monuments et Mémoires consacrés aux études d’art et d’archéologie, collection […]

Open Access Journal: Dionysus Ex Machina: Rivista annuale online di studi sul teatro antico

Dionysus Ex Machina: Rivista annuale online di studi sul teatro antico Dionysus Ex Machina, rivista on line di studi sul teatro antico pubblicata con cadenza annuale, si articola in sei sezioni (Testi, Dopo l’antichità, Scene, Monumenti, Cinema, Laboratori. Scuola e Università) e in uno spazio ulteriore (Notizie) costantemente aggiornato, che ospita annunci, recensioni e agili schede di spettacoli teatrali, libri, convegni, festival attinenti alla drammaturgia e, più in generale, alla cultura classica. Sono disponibili liberamente […]

The Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Mathematical Texts

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The Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Mathematical Texts Cuneiform writing was invented some 5000 years ago in southern Iraq for the purpose of keeping accounts – and for the next few hundred years book-keeping remained its sole use. The last datable cuneiform tablet, also from southern Iraq, is an astronomical diary for the year 75 CE. For the three millennia spanning the rise and fall of cuneiform writing, and arguably for some time after, numeracy was […]

We’re in the News!: Featured on 3DPrintingIndustry.com

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3DPrintingIndustry.com, one of the leading news sources for 3D printing innovations, featured our work in a fabulous article by Michael Molitch-Hou, the founder of the Reality Institute. Check out their piece on us: “Archaeologists Remix Famous Historical Works with 3D Printing” (0)

We’re in the News!: Cover Feature in Popular Archaeology Magazine

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In addition to picking up our blog Adventures in Digital Archaeology, Popular Archaeology Magazine wrote a cover feature on our work advancing Digital Archaeology with Open Access Antiquarianism: Check out the Popular Archaeology Magazine Article on us: Archaeologist Promotes the Wonders of Digital Archaeology! (0)

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