يسعى هذا الموقع إلى تقديم معلومات علمية موثقة باللغة الإنجليزية عن كل ما يصدر باللغة العربية عن الحضارة الأوربية، وبذلك يسعى إلى تعريف الباحثين الغير ملمين بالعربية بالجهد العربي في هذا المجال. هذه المعلومات تأتى بالأساس من جمهورية مصر العربية، بدون إغفال أي إسهامات أخرى من الإخوة المتخصصين في الوطن العربي، شرقه وغربه. وكذلك يسعى الموقع إلى تقديم معلومات عن كل ما يصدر بلغات أوربية عن الحضارة العربية ولاسيما أثناء فترات النقل الثلاثة: نقلنا الأول عن اليونان (ما بين القرن الثاني والرابع الهجري/ الثامن والحادي عشر الميلادي)، ونقل الأوربيين عنا بلغتهم اللاتينية (ما بين القرن الخامس والتاسع الهجري/ الثاني عشر إلى الخامس عشر الميلادي) قبل نهضتهم الحديثة، والتي يردون بدايتها إلى القرن الخامس عشر الميلادي، ثم نقلنا الحديث عن الإنجليز والفرنسيين وغيرهم من الأوربيين بداية من الثاني عشر الهجري/القرن الثامن عشر الميلادي وحتى اليوم.
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PELLA is a project of the American Numismatic Society directed by Dr. Peter van Alfen. The web database, based on the Numishare platform, has been developed by Ethan Gruber.
Substantial work in developing PELLA has been carried out by Prof. Andrew Meadows (Oxford University). Cynthia Cheng, Yoorim Choi, Sylvia Czander, Clara Sanchez, and Elena Ferrero provided considerable assistance in organizing material within the ANS collection. Alan Roche is responsible for the photographs of ANS coins. At the British Museum, Martin Price, former Curator of Greek coins, was instrumental in cataloguing this material. Amelia Dowler is the British Museum's current curator of this series. Prof. Bernhard Weisser and Dr. Karsten Dahmen have done the same at the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.
Current contributors to the project are the ANS, the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and the British Museum.
Translations have been provided by the following:
German: Karsten Dahmen
French: Frédérique Duyrat
PELLA: About PELLA
We’re looking for short stories! Think you can write a winning story in 2500 words or less? Enter the 1st EAGLE Short Story Contest for your chance to win Euro Amazon Voucher for up to 200 Euross, get published in EAGLE Portal and Storytelling Application and participate in the EAGLE 2016 Conference! Stories must be related to one (or more) of the inscriptions featured in one (or more) of the EAGLE Collections. Stories can be in English or any other European language, as long as you provide a 250 word abstract in English. Stories must be accessible to the public and must make use of as much multimedia (music, videos, interactive presentations, linked open data) as possible. Authors are strongly encouraged to make use of the Storytelling App. Examples can be found here.
Prizes and more see here, EAGLE 1st Short Storytelling Contest | EAGLE Portal
The EAGLE, The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy, will collect, in a single readily-searchable database, more than 1.5 million items, currently scattered across 25 EU countries, as well as the east and south Mediterranean.
A themed issue of the _Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies_
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Call for papers:
We invite colleagues all around the world and at all stages of their careers to submit papers on the topic of “Digital Approaches and the Ancient World” to a themed issue of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. The topic is to be construed as widely as possible, to include not only the history, archaeology, language, literature and thought of the ancient and late antique Mediterranean world, but also of antiquity more widely, potentially including, for example, South and East Asian, Sub-Saharan African or Pre-Columbian American history. Digital approaches may also vary widely, to include methodologies from the digital humanities and information studies, quantitative methods from the hard sciences, or other innovative and transdisciplinary themes.
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The successful eligible to postgraduate studies in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at Uppsala University has a) a first degree encompassing at least 180 credits, b) has passed and completed the undergraduate courses A, B and C in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, and c) has been awarded a degree at advanced level with a major in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History. An applicant may also be considered qualified if s/he has acquired the corresponding competence in other ways in Sweden or abroad.
The application should include copies of a Master thesis, a brief CV, exam certificates, a research plan of c. 4-5 pages, and any publications.
For information and regulations, see Högskoleförordningen kap. 5, 8 och 9, the guidelines for PhD education of Uppsala University and those of the Historical-Philosophical Faculty at http://www.histfilfak.uu.se/Forskning/Forskarutbildning/
Information on the PhD education programme in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History can be found at http://www.arkeologi.uu.se/digitalAssets/148/148871_fn130122_antiken.pdf (Swedish only).
For more information, please contact the director of post-graduate studies, professor Neil Price, firstname.lastname@example.org phone 018-471 2073, head of department Lars Karlsson, email@example.com phone 018-471 7552, and the faculty head of education Anna Sofia Hedberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 018-471 6982.
Deadline for application is January 6, 2016. dnr UFV-PA 2015/3078.
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Placement: Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
Type of employment: Full time , PhD placement
Number of positions: 1
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Number of reference: UFV-PA 2015/3078
Last application date: 2016-01-06
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Areas of research supported are Greek and Latin language and literature, ancient history, ancient philosophy and ancient law. The aim of the research stay is the publication of articles, books or other written contributions.
up to 35 years of age at the time of application
PhD candidate (2nd year, at least) or post-doctoral researcher
This programme is funded by a Genevan private foundation and other sponsors.
Conditions of application for scholarships