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    December 14, 2018 18:00 - Andreas Scholl (Berlin)

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    La revue Античная древность и средние века / Antichnaja drevnost’ i srednie veka (L’Antiquité et le Moyen Âge) est publiée par le département de l’Antiquité et du Moyen Âge de la Faculté d’histoire de l’Université fédérale (d’État) de l’Oural depuis … Lire la suite

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     [First posted in AWOL 31 May 2017, updated 14 December 2018]

    Revista del Instituto de Historia Antigua Oriental "Dr. Abraham Rosenvasser"
    ISSN: 0325-1209

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    El presente número de RIHAO aparece luego de un considerable tiempo desde la publi- cación del número anterior, situación que ha hecho necesario relanzar la revista bajo una nueva serie. El nuevo equipo de trabajo de la revista apunta, pues, en lo inmediato, a subsanar los graves problemas de periodicidad que la misma ha experimentado así como, fundamentalmente, a volver a poner al servicio de los investigadores de la historia antigua del Cercano Oriente de nuestro país la publicación o cial del Instituto dedicado a dicha especialidad en la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Más allá de las coyunturas económicas y los contextos institucionales que sin dudas afectan a toda producción académica, lograr la periodicidad de una publicación cientí ca –así lo creemos– expresa un compromiso serio con la necesidad de difusión de una especialidad. Pero, también hacen al carácter cientí co y académico de una publicación el mantenimiento de una actitud profesional junto con una variedad de aproximaciones inquisitivas y temáticas, así como la no menos necesaria contribución de especialistas del exterior. En ese senti- do, la revista se encuentra abierta a recibir contribuciones nacionales e internacionales que aborden todas las temáticas y especialidades del campo antiguo-oriental, desde miradas propias de la egiptología, la asiriología, la hititología, la iranología y los estu- dios bíblicos tradicionales, ancladas principalmente –aunque no exclusivamente– en aspectos lológicos y arqueológicos, hasta intervenciones derivadas intrínsecamente de los cambios y rupturas observados en las ciencias sociales y humanas desde los años ’60 del siglo pasado. Con este espíritu amplio e integrador, aunque sin soslayar en abso- luto el compromiso con la calidad disciplinar, reanudamos la publicación de RIHAO.

    Los artículos enviados para consideración que no cumplan con las normas abajo especificadas serán devueltos al remitente.

    núm. 19 (2018)

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    Artículos

    Ancient Israel: A Way of Organizing Our Ignorance PDF
    Niels Peter Lemche 5-19
    La función de la iconografía en las culturas calcolíticas del Levante meridional: una lectura a partir del concepto de esferas de interacción PDF
    Pablo F. Jaruf 21-47
    La estela de Rediukhnum de Dendera y la reorganización administrativa del Estado egipcio a finales del III milenio a.C. PDF
    Daniel González León 49-79
    La religión de los antiguos persas en las filosofías de la historia PDF
    Borja Antela-Bernárdez 81-91
    Job, Prometheus Bound and the Embassy to Achilles PDF
    Philippe Wajdenbaum 93-109

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    War & Trade with the Pharaohs. An Archaeological Study of Ancient Egypt's Foreign Relations, de Garry J. Shaw PDF
    Augusto Gayubas 111-115
    The Land of Canaan in the Late Bronze Age, de Lester L. Grabbe PDF
    Emanuel Pfoh 116-118
    Arqueólogos, etnólogos y espías. La misión de Leo Frobenius en Arabia y Eritrea (1914-1915), de Rocío Da Riva PDF
    Emanuel Pfoh 119-120


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    Ancient technical texts are very hard to work with.  Not merely do you need the usual Greek and Latin language skills, and a feel for the customs of the ancient world.  You also need a specialised understanding of the discipline in question.  Not many of us have knowledge of alchemy, or farming methods, or architecture.  So the manuals on these subjects tend to be understudied and few are translated into modern languages.

    I’ve written a couple of posts about Project Hindsight.  This is a project undertaken by people interested in astrology in modern times, but consists of translations of ancient astrological texts.  Such an enterprise can only be valuable, and the collection of translations deserves to be more widely known.  Most are out-of-print but can be obtained as PDFs.

    But this week I learned that the principal translator, Robert C. Schmidt, has died.  He was only 67.  He was an independent scholar, and he did the sort of things we do here, so it is very much appropriate for us to commemorate him.

    He dedicated his life to ancient astrology, and especially hellenistic astrology; to understand what it was, and translating the primary sources so that others could work.  In most cases he prepared the first ever translation of the sources into a modern language.  He self-published his translations, which inevitably means that they did not find their way into academic research libraries.  This is unfortunate, and it means that they remain obscure.

    The funeral home has a web-page with an obituary here, written by Bill Johnston, who also supplied me with some additional information.

    Born on December 22, 1950, Robert C. Schmidt obtained a scholarship to study mathematical physics at M.I.T. But he chose instead to go to St John’s College in Annapolis as part of their “Great Books” programme to read philosophy.  There he was a student of Jacob Klein, one of Heidegger’s students.  But he also learned the importance of reading primary texts in the original language and “discovered his love of the Greek verb”.  Instead of pursuing an academic career, he chose to become an independent scholar, and to translate ancient astrological texts.

    He settled in Cumberland, in Maryland.  To support himself he initially worked as a printer, and in a range of other blue-collar jobs, but by middle age he was well-enough known to support himself through his publications and recordings of lectures and seminars – presumably on the subject of astrology, although Mr Johnston does not say so.

    A draft of one of his papers, The Problem of Astrology (2000), may be found online here. It repays reading by those seeking to understand what he did intellectually.  At one point he says something which perhaps explains how a university-trained philosopher came to be interested in astrology. He asks what we actually mean by the word “astrology”?

    Why the title “Metaphysics of Metaphysics?” [as a description of astrology] Now I chose that title very deliberately because, in my mind, metaphysics has two completely different meanings. My background being in the study of ancient and modern philosophy, when I heard the word metaphysics, I always understood it to mean the study of Being, as it was for the Greeks. It was a great surprise to me when I first went into a bookstore and looked for the metaphysical section expecting to find some new books on Aristotle, and found instead books on crystals, out-of-body experiences, meditation, occultism, and astrology. This was long before I was involved in the astrological world, by the way.

    …  There is a statement by a Neo-Platonist philosopher named Iamblichus in a strange book called On The Mysteries. In this book another neo-Platonist Porphyry is directing a number of questions about the Egyptian religion to an Egyptian priest.

    In the course of the answering of these questions the priest says that the men who translated the Egyptian sacred writings into Greek— and these sacred writings included the their magical, alchemical, and astrological writings, all generally attributed to one of their sages names Hermes — the men who translated these sacred writings into Greek were men who were trained in Greek philosophy, presumably the philosophies of the Athenian Greeks Plato, Aristotle, and the Stoics.

    Now, this is a very astonishing statement and it made a great impression on me.

    Such are the chances of life.

    Another article is here.  More materials can be found on his website, Project Hindsight.

    Robert C. Schmidt died on December 6th, 2018. Mr Johnston writes:

    A GoFundMe site has been set up on Ellen’s behalf to help with medical bills and funeral expenses at https://www.gofundme.com/support-robert-schmidt039s-medical-costs. We would like to give our sincere thanks to the many people who have contributed so far, and for the outpouring of condolences and expressions of appreciation for Bob and his invaluable contributions to the art and science of astrology through his remarkable research over the last two decades.

    Few of us would find it possible to read an ancient astrological text with any enjoyment.  Yet he evidently did.  Most people who read such a text would find themselves baffled by the technical language.  But he was not baffled.  I do not myself possess any overview of the subject of Hellenistic Astrology; and evidently Mr Schmidt found the same, for he composed one.  He made all these translations, and did so from hard, granite-like material in Greek and Latin.  The world owes him a debt for so doing.  Few professional academics have ever even attempted such a  thing.  He did not receive recognition or honour for what he did.  But I suspect that little that has been written on astrology in the universities in the last 30 years will be half as useful or well-informed as his little series of self-published books.

    Thank you, Mr Schmidt, for all your efforts.  You sought truth in the heavens.  May you find mercy and the real source of all heavenly truth on the Last Day.  Requiescat in pace.


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    Les noms des membres de la SIAC sont en gras. – I nomi dei membri della SIAC sono in grassetto. – Names of SIAC members are written with bold characters.

    I. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

    1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS

    • Alessandro Mandrino – membro scientifico – Biella – Italia
    • Luciano Traversa – membro scientifico – Bari – Italia
    • Spyridon Tzounakas – membre scientifique – Nicosie – Cypre

    II. CICERONIANA

    1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

    • Platt, Verity, Double Vision: Epiphanies of the Dioscuri in Classical Antiquity, “Archiv für Religionsgeschichte”, 20, 1, 2018, 229-256. LINK
    • Roberts, Veronica, Augustine’s Ciceronian Response to the Ciceronian Patriot, “Perspectives on Political Science”, 45, 2, 113-124. LINK
    • Roller, Matthew B., Cicero’s House and “Aspiring to Kingship”, in Matthew B. Roller, Models from the Past in Roman Culture: A World of Exempla, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018, 233-264. LINK
    • Rühl, Meike, Ciceros Korrespondenz als Medium literarischen und gesellschaftlichen Handelns, Leiden, Brill, 2018. LINK
    • Scolari, Lavinia, Pauperem praeferam: Beneficentia e dono ai poveri tra Cicerone e Seneca, “Bollettino di studi latini”, 48, 2, 2018, 550-568. LINK
    • Sedlmeyr, Johannes, rec. di Giovanna Galimberti Biffino& Ermanno Malaspina& Gregor Vogt-Spira (a cura di), Was ist ein amicus? Überlegungen zu Konzept und Praxis der amicitia bei Cicero – Che cosa è un amico? Riflessioni sugli aspetti teoretici e pratici dell’amicitia in Cicerone, “Bollettino di studi latini”, 48, 2, 2018, 714-717. LINK
    • Soerink, Jorn, Hoe word ik gelukkig? Cicero’s Tusculanae disputationes, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 51, 1, 2018, 61-79. LINK
    • Solomon, Jon, The cinematic Cicero, in Anne H. Groton (ed.), Ab omni parte beatus: Classical Essays in Honor of James M. May, Mundelein (IL), Bolchazy-Carducci, 2017. LINK
    • Steel, Catherine, Cicero’s defence of Sextus Roscius and the Sullan res publica, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 50, 4, 2017. LINK
    • Ten Haaf, Lene, Cicero’s Pro Roscio Amerino volgens de positionele lectuurmethode, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 51, 3, 2018. LINK
    • Tellegen-Couperus, Olga, Recht voor Roscius, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 50, 4, 2017. LINK
    • Traversa, Luciano, rec. di Gary Remer, Ethics and the Orator: The Ciceronian Tradition of Political Morality, Chicago & London, The University of Chicago Press, 2017, “Quaderni di storia”, 88, 2018. LINK
    • Valette, Emmanuelle, Pois chiche, testicules de bélier et autres images frappantes : écrire à Rome “avec des choses”, in Claire Akiko-Brisset & Florence Dumora & Marianne Simon-Oikawa (dir.), Rébus d’ici et d’ailleurs : écriture, image, signe, Paris, Maisonneuve & Larose, 2018, 217-243. LIEN
    • Van Gils, Lidewij, Narratieve technieken ter verdediging van Sextus Roscius, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 50, 4, 2017. LINK
    • Willms, Lothar, Lateinische Stilübungen: Ein Arbeitsbuch mit Texten aus Cäsar und Cicero, Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017. LINK
    • Wisse, Jakob, Laat U door die schurken niets wijsmaken! Cicero’s retorische strategieën in de Pro Roscio Amerino, “Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici”, 50, 4, 2017. LINK
    • Wisse, Jakob, Philosophers and Gentlemen: The Orator Crassus’s Quaestorship, Philosophers’ Deaths, and Historical Realities in Cicero’s De oratore, in Anne H. Groton (ed.), Ab omni parte beatus: Classical Essays in Honor of James M. May, Mundelein (IL), Bolchazy-Carducci, 2017, 121-159. LINK
    • Wurm, Christoph, De principatibus – der Principe Machiavellis und Ciceros De Officiis, “Forum Classicum”, 61, 1, 2018, 13-19. LINK

    2 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

    • Séminaire Constitutions mixtes, Saint-Étienne, 12 décembre 2018. Virginie Hollard (Université Lyon 2, HiSoMA), Argent, morale et politique à Rome à la fin de la République. Étude du corpus cicéronien. LIEN
    • Prolepsis’ Third International Postgraduate Conference, “Optanda erat oblivio”: Selection and Loss in Ancient and Medieval Literature, Bari, 20th-21st December 2018. Giulia Marinelli (Universität zu Köln – Università di Roma “La Sapienza”), Tra memoria e oblio: il controverso caso dell’orazione di Cicerone in difesa di M. Fonteio; Eugenio Mattioni (Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna), Parole, temi e stile dei populares: quanto e cosa possiamo ricostruire?; Georgios Taxidis (Universität Hamburg), Successit laurea sertis: Quoting Cicero in Claudian’s De Consulatu Stilichonis I. LINK

    III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

    1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

    • Alesse, Francesca, La trattazione vetero-stoica dell’ira: componenti logiche e caratteri fisiologici, “Elenchos”, 39, 2, 323-347. LINK
    • Audano, Sergio, La statua, la virtù e la memoria del principe: variazioni di un topos tra Cassio Dione (LXXIV [LXXIII] 14, 2a) e Plinio il Giovane (Pan. 55), “Sileno”, 44, 2018, 1-12.
    • Audano, Sergio, rec. di Laura Bocciolini Palagi, La musa e la furia. Interpretazione del secondo proemio dell’Eneide, Bologna, Pàtron Editore, 2016, “Sileno”, 44, 2018, 363-364.
    • Audano, Sergio, rec. di Florence Garambois-Vasquez & Daniel Vallat (edd.), Varium et mutabile. Mémoires et métamorphoses du centon dans l’Antiquité, Saint-Étienne, Publications de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, 2017, “Sileno”, 44, 2018, 375-378.
    • Audano, Sergio, rec. di Maria Teresa Galli (ed.), Hosidius Geta, Medea, Text, Göttingen, Ruprecht, 2017, “Sileno”, 44, 2018, 379-386.
    • Cattaneo, Gianmario, Sofocle, il bue e Lorenzo il Vecchio: un epiteto ingiurioso in una lettera greca di Francesco Filelfo, “Interpres”, 36, 2018, 238-249. LINK
    • De Paolis, Paolo, Le strategie linguistiche e didattiche dei commenti a Donato: osservazioni sulle Explanationes in Donatum, in Alfonso García Leal & Clara Elena Prieto Entrialgo (ed.), Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XI. XI Congreso Internacional sobre el Latín Vulgar y Tardio (Oviedo, 1-5 de septiembre de 2014), Olms-Weidmann, Hildesheim & Zürich & New York, 2017, 672-683. LINK
    • Falcone, Maria Jennifer, rec. di Sergio Audano (a cura di), Tacito, Agricola, “Bollettino di studi latini”, 48, 2, 2018, 729 – 731. LINK
    • Traversa, Luciano, rev. of Martin T. Dinter & Charles Guérin& Marcos Martinho (eds.), Reading Roman Declamation – Calpurnius Flaccus, Berlin & Boston, De Gruyter, 2017, “Bryn Mawr Classical Review”, 2018.12.08. LINK

    [Last updated on December 14th, 2018.]


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    Podcast 1.6: Paul and the followers of Jesus at Corinth, part 3 (Download)


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  • 12/14/18--13:26: ODATE in Perpetual Beta
  • Digital archaeology is always in a state of becoming. How could it be otherwise? And so, I offer up to you what we’ve managed to put together for the Open Digital Archaeology Textbook Environment ODATE as a perpetual beta, never finished, always open to further refinement, expansion, pruning, growth. I hope that you will take and use it in the spirit in which it is offered – of collaboration, of working things through in public.

    My ambition is for this text and its associated computational notebooks/binders to become the kernel from which many versions may grow. Use those parts that are useful for your teaching or learning. Recombine with other things you find to create a solution that fits your particular context. Fork a copy of the source on Github (and we also provide instructions on how to do that, and what it means) and improve it. Expand it. Make a pull request back to us to fold your changes into ODATE prime – we’ll update the author roll accordingly!

    Some of the pieces are not quite complete yet, but I’d rather have this out in the world, growing, than sitting quietly on my machine waiting for the right word. The perfect is the enemy of the good, they say. We flag those pieces that could use some more work right away. You will find rough edges. Pick up some sandpaper, and join the fun.

    ~o0o~

    ODATE as a whole may be found at http://o-date.github.io

    The list of computational notebooks and binders is at https://o-date.github.io/support/notebooks-toc/

    How to collaborate with us: https://o-date.github.io/support/contribute/

    The perpetually in beta textbook itself: https://o-date.github.io/draft/book/

    The source code for the textbook: https://github.com/o-date/draft/

    The repository with all our code: https://github.com/o-date

    Stand-alone off-line apps replicating the textbook, for the major operating systems: https://github.com/o-date/draft/releases

    PDF version of the textbook: https://o-date.github.io/draft/book/odate.pdf


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    Dipylon: Society for the Study of Ancient Topography

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    Dipylon is a non profit organisation (NPO) for the study of the ancient topography and the cultural environment through interdisciplinary research on Archaeology, History, Informatics and Cartography.

    It focuses on the collection, organisation and dissemination of published archaeological material, archival evidence and cartographic data, using digital technology to enhance the available cultural resources, in cooperation with the competent bodies.

    The study of the topography of ancient Athens is at the center of the effort, with the ultimate goal of expanding the relevant research to further case studies in Greece.

    In this context, Dipylon develops research action, implements digital applications, organises lectures and training seminars, and co-ordinates publishing efforts.

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    Newly added to Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis, Series Archaeologica Online. There are 38volumes of this series now online open access.

    Wäfler, Markus (2001). Tall al-Hamīdīya 3: Zur historischen Geographie von Idamaraṣ zur Zeit der Archive von Mari (2) und Šubat-enlil/Šeḫnā. Freiburg, Schweiz / Göttingen, Germany: Universitätsverlag / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
    Wäfler, Markus (2003). Tall al-Hamīdīya 4: Vorbericht 1988-2001. Fribourg, Switzerland / Göttingen, Germany: Academic Press / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.


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    Podcast 1.7: Paul and the situation in Galatia (Download).


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    Podcast 1.8: Paul’s response to the Galatians (Download).


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    Podcast 1.9: Paul and the situation at Rome (Download).


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    Podcast 1.10: Paul’s response to the Romans (Download).


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