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Open Access Journals on Ancient History
#1
A long list of open access journals on ancient history can be found here.
Jona Lendering
Relevance is the enemy of history
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#2
Thanks for posting this link!
Dan Powers
Society of Ancient Military Historians, Secretary
http://arkaion-bellum.com/

“It’s not a matter of being afraid or not, it’s about what you do when you ARE afraid”
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#3
+ Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde: http://www.fera-journal.eu/
Stefan (Literary references to the discussed topics are always appreciated.)
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#4
The Journal of Late Antiquity is also publishing past issues online!
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_late_antiquity/

Edit: only those from 2010, it seems... Confusedad:
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#5
+ Tropis of the Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition: http://ina.tamu.edu/library/tropis/

+ the seminal work from Lucien Basch: Le Musée Imaginaire de la Marine Antique, 1987: http://ina.tamu.edu/library/mima/
Stefan (Literary references to the discussed topics are always appreciated.)
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#6
Greek, Roman & Byzantine Studies from Duke University here:
http://www.duke.edu/web/classics/grbs/
http://www.duke.edu/web/classics/grbs/FTexts/

Greez

Simplex
Siggi K.
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#7
Special Dictionary for Archeology:
http://www.donau-archaeologie.de/doku.ph...oerterbuch
German >>> Bulgarian, English, French, Rumanian, Russian, Serbian [Under preparation], Slovakian, Tschecian and Hungarian.
X = delete; "Hinzufügen" = Add;
Hope this helps you to get along with some of the "stranger" websources to be posted here in the future. :mrgreen:
I'll be adding some of the reference-websites I already posted in here as soon as time allows.

Greez

Simplex

.......only if they are not included in Jona'a AWOL-list posted as first here, of course.
Siggi K.
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#8
....one website to cut your teeth with the abovementioned dictionary ( mostly Romanian that is :mrgreen: )
http://revistapontica.wordpress.com/
I warned you ..... :wink:

Greez

Simplex
Siggi K.
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#9
Papers from the Vienna University (Austria) :
http://iowp.univie.ac.at/?q=node/2
Imperium and Officium Working Papers (IOWP)
results of research currently undertaken by the Austrian National Research Network (NFN)
In General:
http://iowp.univie.ac.at/
Greez

Simplex
Siggi K.
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#10
The yearly bulletin of the (Aquincum)Museum of Budapest.
Volumes 09-15, available in both Hungarian and English if I got it right.
http://regeszet.aquincum.hu/images/uploa...15_web.pdf
To download the older volumes just substitute the numbers in this address.

Greez

Simplex
Siggi K.
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#11
Thanks very much Siggi!
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Robert Vermaat
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THE CAUSE OF WAR MUST BE JUST
(Maurikios-Strategikon, book VIII.2: Maxim 12)
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#12
Since I got no "hit" performing search for "Google Scholar" on this here forum,
I wonder whether some of you do in fact utilize that.
Just in case if "not" :
http://scholar.google.com/advanced_schol...as_sdt=0,5
I can imagine there may be issues of copyrighting, as often the case with Google,
-- but would you think Google Scholar may under some circumstances be beneficial ?

Greez & all the Best to you and your beloved ones for 2012 ( yes-- the whole of it, of course :mrgreen: )

Simplex
Siggi K.
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#13
Quote:Since I got no "hit" performing search for "Google Scholar" on this here forum, ...
Maybe you didn't go back far enough, Siggi! :wink: See here: http://www.romanarmytalk.com/rat.html?fu...736#274742. (Thanks to Jurjen for mentioning scirus.)
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#14
...its not listed on AWOL ( and I had no hit performing search -- till DB comes up with that again :mrgreen: -- that is ! ) --
http://www.perspectivia.net/
It's in German but also gives access to non-german publications.
Found mostly medieval-related stuff, but that could have been a matter of rather not
refining the search-performances up to now.
So good luck hunting there, off to bed.

Greez & Goodnight

Simplex

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What.....what ....ohwww.... forgot --- ahmmm there is a line of tabs for foreign languages on top right.

Snooooooorrrrrrrrtttttttttttttttttttt !
Siggi K.
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#15
Found that one on "Novaesium"-Blog :
http://www.propylaeum.de/en/classical-ar...derantike/

Greez

Simplex
Siggi K.
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