Hesperia

Banco de datos de lenguas paleohispánicas

                    

Links of interest

1.- TEXTS


1.1.- Collections of epigraphic data.


1.1.1.- Collections of Classical languages, especially Latin.

Among the many options, we recommend:


EPIGRAPHIK-DATENBANK (Clauss-Slaby). Led by Manfred Clauss. Previously known as “Manfred Clauss’ epigraphic database” or “Frankfurt Latin Epigraphic Texts”. Easy to use and files can be freely downloaded. On the topic of Hispania there is the CIL II (incomplete), the CIL II-2, 5, 7, 13 and 14 (Conventus Astigitanus, Cordubensis, Carthaginiensis septentrionalis, Tarraconensis meridionalis) and some local corpora (IRC, IRT,IRG).


http://www.manfredclauss.de/


CENTRO CIL II [University of Alcalá de Henares].

This database contains digitalised images of the inscriptions published in CIL II-2,5 (Conventus Astigitanus), CIL II-2,7 (Conventus Cordubensis) and CIL II-2, 14-1 1 (Tarraconensis pars meridionalis), ordered according to the corresponding reference of each inscription in the Corpus. Each image contains a link to the text of the inscription in the Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg.


http://www2.uah.es/imagines_cilii/#


EPIGRAPHISCHE DATENBANK HEIDELBERG.

Epigraphic database of the Academy of Sciences of Heidelberg. Created under the supervision of Professor Géza Alföldy and currently directed by Christian Witschel. Slightly more complicated to use than that of Clauss-Slaby but contains a more complete bibliography and more rigorous epigraphic criteria.


http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/institute/sonst/adw/edh/


HISPANIA EPIGRAPHICA ON-LINE DATABASE


Making use of the material in the Archivo Epigráfico de Hispania, J. Gómez Pantoja from the University of Alcalá has created this collection of material in Latin, Greek and a small number of Palaeohispanic languages and, in the near future, Semitic languages.


http://www.eda-bea.es/


VINDOLANDA TABLETS ONLINE:

Online edition of the Vindolanda Tablets. As the site’s homepage indicates, this material is part of the programme , Script, Image and the Culture of Writing in the Ancient World, whose patron is the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The project is undertaken by the Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents and the Academic Computing Development Team at Oxford University. Written in Latin, the tablets contain information about naming practices which are of interest to Palaeohispanic studies.


http://vindolanda.csad.ox.ac.uk/


1.1.2.- Other languages.

CORPUS INSCRIPTIONUM PHOENICARUM NECNON PUNICARUM OR PHOENICIAN DATABASE.


Digitalised catalogue and edition of Phoenician and Punic inscriptions carried out by the international project of the same name directed and coordinated from the Istituto di Studi sulle Civiltà Italiche e del Mediterraneo Antico (Rome) by Paolo Xella and the Instituto de Estudios Islámicos y del Oriente Próximo (Zaragoza) by José Ángel Zamora.

Not yet available online.

http://cip.cchs.csic.es/home


CISPThe Celtic Inscribed Stones Project of the Department of History and the Institute of Archaeology at University College London.


This database includes a good number of Insular Celtic inscriptions from 400-1000 CE. Interesting for its Ogham material. This digital project ended in 1999, according to its homepage, although material has continued to be published in print.


http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/cisp/


-TITUSThesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien.

Of interest for its Ogham material. Last updated in 1997 and there are some access problems. Has some material in other Celtic languages.


http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/ogam/


- Website of the Department of Indo-Germanic Linguistics of the University of Viena.

A very small number of texts appear in other Continental Celtic languages (Gaulish and Lepontic)


www.univie.ac.at/lexlep

https://www.univie.ac.at/lexlep/wiki/Main_Page


Etruscan Texts Project (ETP)

Database consisting of the edition minor of Etruscan inscriptions. Currently not accessible due to updating of content and security issues. It aims to offer all the Etruscan inscriptions published since 1990. The organisation in charge of this project is the Department of Classics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.


http://scholarworks.umass.edu/ces_texts/


1.2.- Collections of non-epigraphic data.

1.2.1.- Latin and Greek texts.


PERSEUS DIGITAL LIBRARY [Tufts University].

Perseus Project aims to create a comprehensive internet resource comprised of Greek and Latin texts along with their English translations, as well other tools, such as lexicons, images and maps, to be an authentic online encyclopaedia of the Classical world and a complete database of Graeco-Roman art and archaeology.


http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/


BIBLIOTHECA AUGUSTANA.

Is a very comprehensive website created and maintained by Ulrisch Harsch which contains a wide variety of Latin authors and texts, as well as, to a lesser extent, Greek authors.


http://www.hs-augsburg.de/~harsch/a_summa.html


BIBLIOTHECA TEUBNERIANA LATINA (= BTL).

Digital version of the Latin texts from the publisher Teubner. There are versions on CD-ROM and online for a fee.


http://www.maierphil.de/ClasPhil/teubner.htm


-THESAURUS LINGUAE GRAECAE (= TLG) [University of California, Irvine].

Collection of Greek texts from the 8th century BCE to 1453 CE and more.


http://www.tlg.uci.edu/


1.2.2.- Other languages.


THESAURUS LINGUAE HIBERNICAE.

Is a project of the School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics at University College Dublin.

Digital collection of Ancient and Medieval Irish texts.


http://www.ucd.ie/tlh/


1.3.- Dictionaries.


- PROYECTO IEED (The Indo-European Dictionary), Department of Comparative Linguistics of Leiden.

Etymological dictionaries of different languages, including the “Pokorny”. Of particular relevance to Palaeohispanic studies is An etymological lexicon of Proto-Celtic (in progress) by R. Matasovic, which was published in print version in 2009.


https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/research/research-projects/humanities/indo-european-etymological-dictionary


2. Journals

PALAEOHISPANICA [Institución Fernando el Católico, Diputación de Zaragoza].

Digitalised with PDFs available from issue number 5.


http://ifc.dpz.es/publicaciones/periodica/id/18



ARSE [Centro Arqueológico Saguntino].

Completely digitalised and accessible. Dedicated to the Iberian world.


https://centroarqueologicosaguntino.es/categoria/revista-arse/


ARCHIVO ESPAÑOL DE ARQUEOLOGÍA [Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas].

With PDFs from 2001 onwards.


http://aespa.revistas.csic.es/index.php/aespa


BOLETÍN DE LA REAL ACADEMIA DE LA HISTORIA

Completely digitalised from 1877 to 1918. Of interest for the ease with which the pioneering works of F. Fita and the first Palaeohispanic scholars can be found.


http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/hemeroteca/brah/


COMPLUTUM [Journal of Complutense University of Madrid].

Journal dedicated to Prehistory and Archaeology. Completely digitalised and accessible.


https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/CMPL


HISPANIA EPIGRAPHICA [Complutense University of Madrid].

Review journal of the latest discoveries and scholarship relating to the epigraphy of the Iberian Peninsula from Antiquity until the Visigothic period.


http://www.ucm.es/info/archiepi/aevh/index2.html


GERIÓN. Revista de Historia Antigua [Complutense University of Madrid].

Ancient History Journal. Fully digitalised and available online.


https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/GERI


EMERITA. Revista de Lingüística y Filología Clásica [Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas].

Linguistics and Classical Philology Journal which has unrestricted access to all content six months after its date of publication.


http://emerita.revistas.csic.es/index.php/emerita


VELEIA. Revista de Prehistoria, Historia Antigua, Arqueología y Filología Clásicas [University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU].

Annual journal of the ICA/AZI dedicated to the study of Prehistory, Ancient History, Archaeology and Classical Philology. The latest issues are available on its website for download without restrictions.


http://www.ehu.es/ojs/index.php/Veleia/issue/archive


REVISTA PORTUGUESA DE ARQUEOLOGÍA [Instituto de Gestão do Patrimonio Arquitectónico e Arqueológico. Ministério da Cultura].

Digitalised journal in which it is possible to find some articles on Palaeohispanic Archaeology and Epigraphy in Portugal.


http://www.patrimoniocultural.gov.pt/pt/shop/catalog/revista-portuguesa-de-arqueologia/


ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PAPYROLOGIE UND EPIGRAPHIK [University of Cologne].

Issues 1988-2000 are open access online. From 2001 to 2004, for a fee.


http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/ifa/zpe/downloads/index.html


E-KELTOI. JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY CELTIC STUDIES. University of Wisconsin.

Of particular interest is issue 6 of the journal which is dedicated to Celts in the Iberian Peninsula.


https://uwm.edu/celtic-studies/ekeltoi/


3.- Selection of bibliographic databases


REBIUN [= Red de Bibliotecas Universitarias Españolas].

Network of Spanish University Libraries


https://rebiun.xercode.es/xmlui/


DIALNET [University of La Rioja].

Website collecting scientific publications from the Iberian Peninsula. Constantly updated.


http://dialnet.unirioja.es/


INTERCLASICA [University of Murcia].

Collection of online journals. It has 646 indexed journals, although not all complete (7 are digitalised and none are directly related to Palaeohispanic studies).


http://interclassica.um.es/index.php/interclassica/investigacion/hemeroteca


4.- Other pages of interest.

4.1.- Websites and content specialising in the Ancient world



- UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA. Website dedicated to antiquity which is more comprehensive than the previous.


http://www.unav.es/hAntigua/recursos/recursos.htm


- RASSEGNA DEGLI ISTRUMENTI INFORMATICI PER LO STUDIO DELL'ANTICHITÀ CLASSICA.

University of Bologna. Directed by Alessandro Cistofori, Very useful for online resources and databases (epigraphic and numismatic).


http://www.rassegna.unibo.it/


ANTIGUA. History and Archaeology of civilizations is a website from the Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library. As the homepage says, “it offers studies, books, texts, images, bibliography and links related to Ancient History and archaeological patrimony from the great cultures and civilizations of Antiquity (The Near East, Greece, Rome, Spain, Pre-Colombian America and the Far East), information about archaeological sites and their heritage from the Gabinete de Antigüedades of the Real Academia de la Historia


http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/portal/antigua/


LACUS CURTIUS. University of Chicago.

Website by William Thayer. Of interest for its texts and documents which are difficult to find on the internet such as Ptolemy or the Peutinger Table.


http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/home.html


MNAMON. ANTICHE SCRITTURE DEL MEDITERRANEO. GUIDA CRITICA A LA RISORSE ELETTRONICHE

Mnamon is a site created and managed by the Laboratorio Informatico per le Lingue Antiche della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (LILA). Its aim is to collect reliable scientific information from the internet on ancient Mediterranean writings (and languages) and present it critically, from the earliest evidence until the 6th century CE. There are versions in Italian, English and French.


http://lila.sns.it/mnamon/index.php


4.2.- Pages of research groups and centres of investigation.


GRUPO HIBERUS.

Website of the group Investigación de Excelencia Hiberus of the Department of Ciencias de la Antigüedad at the University of Zaragoza. A number of its members take part in the Hesperia project.


http://hiberus.unizar.es


LITTERA. LABORATORIO PARA LA INVESTIGACIÓN Y TRATAMIENTO DE TEXTOS EPIGRÁFICOS, ROMANOS Y ANTIGUOS.

Website of the research group Littera of the Department of Latin Philology at the University of Barcelona.

A number of its members take part in the Hesperia project.


http://stel.ub.edu/llati/ca/grups-i-projectes-recerca/littera-laboratori-d’investigació-i-tractament-de-textos-epigràfics-romans


INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DE LA ANTIGÜEDAD - ANTZINAROKO ZIENTZIEN INSTITUTOA.

Website of the Instituto de Ciencias de la Antigüedad at the University of the Basque Country, where they profile activities, groups and research projects and offer links to publications, particularly the journal Veleia


https://www.ehu.eus/es/web/ica-azi/home


CEIPAC (CENTRO PARA EL ESTUDIO DE LA INTERDEPENDENCIA PROVINCIAL
EN LA ANTIGÜEDAD CLASICA)
.

Site directed by J. Remesal of the Department of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Barcelona. Of interest, among other things, for its bibliographic material that can be found and its Corpus CEIPAC, digital Corpus of instrumentum domesticum (in Latin).


http://ceipac.ub.edu/


FUNDACIÓN SEGEDA - CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS CELTIBÉRICOS

Website dedicated to the Celtiberian world in general and the archaeological site of Segeda in particular. The President of the Centro de Estudios Celtibéricos is Dr. F. Burillo of the Department of Ciencias de la Antigüedad at the University of Zaragoza.


http://www.segeda.net/


4.3.- Personal pages and others.


- E. Orduña’s webpage “Lenguas paleohispánicas no indoeuropeas”. Of particular interest for the search function of regular expressions in Iberian texts which is incorporated into the Hesperia database. Also of interest is the Aquitanian material it offers and other bibliographic material.

http://eorduna.awardspace.info/

- Jesús Rodríguez Ramos’ webpage.

Dedicated mostly to Iberian studies. Interesting links to view epigraphic material.


http://www.webpersonal.net/jrr/indice.htm


- Juan José Marcos García’s webpage

Specialist in ancient typographies and creator of the Alphabetum Unicode font.

http://guindo.pntic.mec.es/~jmag0042/alphaspa.html



- Good sources for images of coins from Hispania.

http://www.tesorillo.com/

http://moneda-hispanica.com

http://www.denarios.org/


- CER.ES (Colecciones en Red) 


Online catalogue which collects information and images from a good selection of the cultural heritage that forms part of the collections of the museums in the Digital Network of Museum Collections of Spain (Red Digital de Colecciones de Museos de España). Contains good pages on some Palaeohispanic pieces.


http://ceres.mcu.es/pages/SimpleSearch?index=true


CADAIR OPEN ACCESS REPOSITORY: CYMRAEG/WELSH.

Within the open access repository of the University of Aberystwyth (Wales, United Kingdom), this page contains a reproduction of the map corresponding to the material collected in the work by A. Falileyev (in collaboration with A. E. Gohil and N. Ward), A Dictionary of Continental Celtic Place-Names: A Celtic Companion to the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, Aberystwyth: CMCS Publications, 2010. This work is the compilation of the Celtic material collected in The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, ed. by R. J. A. Talbert, Princeton, NJ, 2000.


http://cadair.aber.ac.uk/dspace/handle/2160/279

https://pure.aber.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/dictionary-of-continental-celtic-placenames(2e977f44-49c7-49eb-92c8-46cac9a936b6).html



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