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Beta maṣāḥǝft: Manuscripts of Ethiopia and Eritrea

The systematic research into the Ethiopian manuscript culture is the aim of the long-term project “Die Schriftkultur des christlichen Äthiopiens: Eine multimediale Forschungsumgebung” (“Beta maṣāḥǝft: Manuscripts of Ethiopia and Eritrea”). Ethiopia is situated, from the perspective of cultural history, both at the periphery of the so-called Christian Orient and in the middle of Africa. The culture...

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Die frühbuddhistischen Handschriften aus Gandhāra. Religiöse Literatur an der Schnittstelle von Indien, Zentralasien und China

The research project “Die frühbuddhistischen Handschriften aus Gandhāra: religiöse Literatur an der Schnittstelle von Indien, Zentralasien und China” was established in 2012. On the basis of philological and historical methods, it provides new insight into the early history of Buddhism on its way to becoming a world religion. The project studies manuscripts found in the 1990s in northern Pakistan...

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Edition, Übersetzung und Kommentierung der Kleinen und fragmentarischen Historiker der Spätantike

Most of the sources that we have on the history of the late antiquity are lost and can at best be recovered in extracts through the reference from subsequent authors, who sometimes lived half a millennium later. The late antiquity is of great importance for the political and cultural development of Europe that cannot be overestimated: within this epoch highly dramatic events occured that one can...

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Inscriptiones Graecae

The task of the project “Inscriptiones Graecae” is the critical edition of all known ancient Greek inscriptions, divided into regions and landscapes. This plan was modified in 1903. Since then, the edition has been limited to the inscriptions of the Greek mainland and the Aegean islands, which are indispensable sources of documentation for the study of ancient Greece. The epigraphic material...

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Keilschrifttexte aus Isin (Išān Baḥrīyāt) (Kampagnen 1–8)

From 1973-1989 Bartel Hrouda carried out archaeological excavations in Isin (modern: Išān Baḥrīyāt) in southern Iraq on behalf of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. From the 3rd to the 1st millennium BC, the sanctuary of the goddess of healing Gula dominated the metropolis, which was the capital of Babylon for centuries. The excavators found above all old Babylonian (20.-18. Cent. B.C.) cuneiform...

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Kommission für bayerische Landesgeschichte

The Commission for Bavarian Regional History at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences is a scientific institution for the study of the history of Old Bavaria, Franconia and Swabia. The Institute for Folklife Studies and the Svabian research site Augsburg are affiliated to the Commission. In the following you can inform yourself about the structure and activities of the commission and make use of its...

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Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatische Archäologie

The "Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie (RlA)" is an international encyclopedia for the archaeology, history and culture of the Ancient Orient. From the 4th to the 1st millennium BC, numerous languages were written in Mesopotamia (today Iraq), Syria, Turkey, Western Iran, Armenia, Lebanon and Israel, including Sumerian, Babylonian-Assyrian and Hittite, with cuneiform...

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Strukturen und Transformationen des Wortschatzes der ägyptischen Sprache. Text-und Wissenskulturen im alten Ägypten

With its 4,500 years of history, the Egyptian-Coptic language, which is now extinct, is the language of mankind that has been handed down in written form for the longest time. Their words are the mirror of the understanding of the world and the universe of knowledge of one of the formative cultures of the Old World. In order to tap the linguistic and cultural studies research potential of this...

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