Lost Worlds of Ancient and Modern Greece

Lost Worlds of Ancient and Modern Greece

The volume based on Gilbert Bagnani's personal letters and news’ reports covers the momentous years from 1921-1924.
The Changing Landscapes of Rome’s Northern Hinterland

The Changing Landscapes of Rome’s Northern Hinterland

a new regional history of the middle Tiber valley as a lens through which to view the emergence and transformation of the city of Rome from 1000 BC to AD 1000.
Seeing Perfection: Ancient Egyptian Images beyond Representation

Seeing Perfection: Ancient Egyptian Images beyond Representation

A new interdisciplinary approach to ancient Egyptian images informed by archaeology, anthropology, and art history.
A History of World Egyptology

A History of World Egyptology

A History of World Egyptology is a ground-breaking reference work that traces the study of ancient Egypt.
Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons

Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons

This volume examines whether we can place cultural heritage at the other end of the spectrum, as a common good and potentially as a commons.
The Ancient Throne: The Mediterranean, Near East, and Beyond

The Ancient Throne: The Mediterranean, Near East, and Beyond

The volume features studies focusing on specific thrones known from historical texts, artistic depictions, or excavations, etc.
Mummy Portraits of Roman Egypt

Mummy Portraits of Roman Egypt

This publication offers the most up-to-date information available about these fascinating remnants of the ancient world.
Conflict and Competition: Agon in Western Greece

Conflict and Competition: Agon in Western Greece

This volume considers agōn from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, with a special emphasis on Western Greece – the ancient Hellenic cities of Sicily and Southern Italy.
The Middle Kingdom Ramesseum Papyri Tomb

The Middle Kingdom Ramesseum Papyri Tomb

A detailed analysis of the single artefacts and their network of relations gives new life to the Ramesseum assemblage.
Cult Practices in Ancient Literatures: Egyptian, Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective.

Cult Practices in Ancient Literatures: Egyptian, Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective.

Proceedings of a Workshop at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York, May 16-17, 2016.
On the Origins of the Cartouche and Encircling Symbolism in Old Kingdom Pyramids

On the Origins of the Cartouche and Encircling Symbolism in Old Kingdom Pyramids

This work demonstrates how the development of the cartouche relates to the monumental encircling symbolism incorporated into the architectural designs of the Old Kingdom pyramids
MYCENAE. A Journey in the World of Agamemnon

MYCENAE. A Journey in the World of Agamemnon

This new edition will accompany the visitor to the archaeological site and museum, providing at the same time an overview of the Mycenaean world as a whole.
Becoming Kleopatra

Becoming Kleopatra

A comprehensive study aiming at verifying that Ptolemaic queens did, in fact, act with ruling interests.
Unlocking Sacred Landscapes

Unlocking Sacred Landscapes

The Unlocking Sacred Landscapes (UnSaLa) Network is pleased to announce that Open Archaeology vol. 5's Special Open Access Issue 'Unlocking Sacred Landscapes: Digital Humanities and Ritual Space has been completely available online.
Three Hundred Years of Death

Three Hundred Years of Death

A detailed survey of the organisation of the necropolises and the funerary workers, as well as their role in the practical aspects of the mummification, funeral, burial, and mortuary cult of the deceased, in Ptolemaic Egypt.
The Archaeology of Europe’s Drowned Landscapes

The Archaeology of Europe’s Drowned Landscapes

This open access volume provides for the first time a comprehensive description and scientific evaluation of underwater archaeological finds referring to human occupation of the continental shelf around the coastlines of Europe and the Mediterranean when sea levels were lower than present.
‘Autonomous’ Coinages under the Late Antigonids

‘Autonomous’ Coinages under the Late Antigonids

A systematic study of the silver and bronze issues of the Macedonians, the Botteatai and the Amphaxians, of people that resided in distinct areas of the Macedonian Kingdom, the so-called districts (merides).
Beer as a signifier of social status in Ancient Egypt

Beer as a signifier of social status in Ancient Egypt

This study not only settles an old academic dispute but also provides new insight into Egyptian beer.
Regressus ad uterum

Regressus ad uterum

This book aims at demonstrating that referring to birth and its practical modalities is an essential aspect of Ancient Egypt’s funerary beliefs.
Theodosius and the Limits of Empire

Theodosius and the Limits of Empire

This monograph is the first English language biography of Theodosius I in 25 years.
When Gods Speak to Men

When Gods Speak to Men

New addition to the Zurich Open Repository and Archive (ZORA) of the University of Zürich.
Altera pars laboris

Altera pars laboris

The volume includes sixteen essays by Italian and French scholars, dedicated to the examination of the epigraphical tradition given through manuscripts and printed material.
Text-Bild-Objekte im archäologischen Kontext

Text-Bild-Objekte im archäologischen Kontext

Informed by Susanne Bickel's epigraphic and archaeological research, the present volume focuses on the interplay of textual and visual perspectives in the analysis of Egyptian monuments and their spatial location.
Constructing the Sacred

Constructing the Sacred

A new “born-digital” publication by UC Santa Cruz associate history professor Elaine Sullivan takes a fresh look at the region [of Saqqara] to demonstrate how the site has evolved over more than 2,500 years. 
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