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Altägyptische Kursivschriften. Digitale Paläographie und systematische Analyse des Hieratischen und der Kursivhieroglyphen

The subject of the interdisciplinary project, which combines egyptological research with methods from computer philology, consists of the ancient Egyptian scripts called Hieratic and cursive hieroglyphic script, both having been used alongside monumental hieroglyphic script for over 3000 years. The inventory of signs taken from selected texts is systematically and digitally recorded with different...

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Das Corpus der hethitischen Festrituale. Staatliche Verwaltung des Kultwesens im spätbronzezeitlichen Anatolien

The festival texts are the most extensive but also the least investigated group of cuneiform texts from Hittite Anatolia. At the same time, among the ancient Near Eastern cultures, they also offer a uniquely dense documentation of the cult system and its state administration. The aim of the project is an editorial reconstruction of the corpus, accessible in the form of web-based text editions....

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Deutsche Wortfeldetymologie. Der Mensch in Natur und Kultur

While other European cultural nations have comprehensive etymological dictionaries, German, one of the world’s most common languages in quantitative terms, lacks a large scientific etymological dictionary. For this reason, the “German etymology of semantic fields in a European Context (DWEE)” wants to close this gap on the one hand: This applies particularly to words that have only appeared since...

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Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz

The Historical Lexicon of Switzerland (HLS) is a scientific reference work that presents the history of Switzerland from prehistory to the present in a generally comprehensible form. The encyclopedia is published simultaneously in the national languages German, French and Italian.
The entries in the HLS are divided into personal articles, family articles, articles on places and rooms, and...

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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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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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Siedlungen der Bronzezeit. Archäologische und paläoökologische Untersuchungen älterbronzezeitlicher Siedlungen in Norddeutschland

The older section of the North European Bronze Age Cultures (approx. the 2nd millennium BC) is in large parts only represented by graves and deposits- settlements are insufficiently tapped. This applies especially to the southern zone (Schleswig-Holstein as well as parts of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Lower Saxony), in which only a few ground plans of houses have been uncovered yet. Primary...

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

The Egyptian-Coptic language is the human language with the longest documented lifetime, clocking at 4,500 years prior to its extinction. Its vocabulary reflects the knowledge and worldviews of one of the formative cultures of the ancient world. In order to explore the linguistic and cultural evidence of this historical episteme, the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW) and...

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