This is the first monograph devoted to a comprehensive study of the Western Harpoon province – the seventh nome of Lower Egypt – located in the north-western Delta. The book and aims to reconstruct its history and religious geography through textual sources, from its origins to the end of the Roman era. READ MORE
ed. Domenico Benoci et al.
RACTA aims to provide a comprehensive overview of studies on Late Antique and Christian Archaeology, Art History, History, and Early Christian Literature being carried out by young scholars from all over the world. The variety of topics addressed by the 23 authors demonstrates an interdisciplinary methodological approach. READ MORE
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Roger H. White
This book reflects on how people over time have viewed the abandoned Roman city of Wroxeter in Shropshire. It responds to three main artistic outputs: poetry, images and texts. It explores what locals and visitors thought of the site over time, and considers how access to the site has altered, impacting on who visits and what is understood. READ MORE
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This book proposes that Coffin Texts spells 154–160, recorded at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BCE, form the oldest composition about the moon in ancient Egypt and, indeed, the world. Based on a new translation, the detailed analysis of these spells reveals that they provide a chronologically ordered account of the phenomena of a lunar month. READ MORE
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ed. Haim Goldfus et al.
‘Isaac went out to the field (Genesis 24:63)’ presents 28 articles honouring Professor Isaac Gilead on his 71st birthday. Papers on prehistoric and proto-historic archaeology reflect the focus of the honoree’s teaching and research, while other subjects including Biblical and Near Eastern studies explore Gilead’s other areas of interest. READ MORE
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ed. Christos S. Zerefos et al.
This proceedings volume includes high-level dialogues and philosophical discussions between international experts on Hellenistic Alexandria. The goal was to celebrate the 24 centuries which have elapsed since its foundation and the beginning of the Library and the Museum of Alexandria. READ MORE
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ed. Sinclair W. Bell et al.
Papers in honour of Carin M. C. Green (1948-2015) are presented under 3 headings: (1) Greek philosophy, history, and historiography; (2) Latin literature, history, and historiography; and (3) Greco-Roman material culture, religion, and literature READ MORE
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ed. Michael C.A. Macdonald
Most of the papers published in this volume were presented at a Special Session of the 51st Seminar for Arabian Studies (British Museum, August 2017) to celebrate the completion in the previous March of Phase 2 of the ‘Online Corpus of the Inscriptions of Ancient North Arabia’ (OCIANA). READ MORE
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ed. Julian Jansen van Rensburg et al.
Humanities studies on the Arabian Peninsular including anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art, epigraphy, ethnography, history, language, linguistics, literature, numismatics, theology, and more, from the earliest times to the present day or, in the fields of political and social history, to around the end of the Ottoman Empire. READ MORE
ed. Julian Jansen van Rensburg et al.
Papers from the fiftieth meeting of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, the principal international academic forum for research on the Arabian Peninsula. READ MORE
ed. Francesca Orestano et al.
Concocted in Italy by scholars of English and sifted through the judgement of the English editor, this volume traces a curious history of English literature, from the tasty and spicy recipes of the Middle Ages down to very recent times. READ MORE
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Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies held at the Middle East Centre, Cambridge 22-23 June, 1970 (Vol. 1), the Oriental Institute, Oxford 22-23 September, 1971 (Vol. 2), and at the Institute of Archaeology, London 27-28 September, 1972 (Vol. 3). READ MORE