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The Classical Greek and Latin Discussion Group is an unmoderated group for the classics lists homepage at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/classics-l.html. For texts in the original Greek or Latin, look at the Archives of Texts first; Archive of Latin texts: Classical, Christia, Medieval, AND Modern. History & Classics · A Grand Tour of the Roman Empire by Marcus Sidonius Falx · At Close Range · The BBC · New Rome · Five Straight Lines · Magritte · The. Classics Archives

At Close Range

Peter Hart

A British Band of Brothers: a thrilling account of the Second World War, told through the eyes of a regiment who fought at battles from Tobruk to the…

The BBC

David Hendy

A monumental work of popular history, Classics Archives, making the case that the Beeb is as much of a National Treasure as the NHS

New Rome

Paul Stephenson

Three hundred action-packed years of Roman history, encompassing the fall of Rome and Classics Archives rise of a new empire in the East

Magritte

Alex Danchev

The first major biography for our time, Classics Archives the celebrated biographer of Cézanne

The Rule of Laws

Fernanda Pirie

From ancient Mesopotamia to today, the epic story of how humans have used laws to forge civilizations

Fabric

Victoria Finlay

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The Wordhord

Hana Videen

An entertaining and illuminating collection of weird, wonderful and downright baffling words from the origins Classics Archives English

The Library

Arthur der Weduwen

Princes, collectors, Classics Archives, bookworms and thieves: the extraordinary story of the library, from Alexandria to the age of Google

All of the Marvels

Douglas Wolk

A revelatory guide to the 'epic of epics' from a beloved authority

War

Margaret MacMillan

How the human history of conflict has transformed the world we live in – for good and evil.

Art of the Extreme 1905-1914

Philip Hook

The ten most revolutionary years in art ever, covered by former Sotheby's director Philip Hook.

Confronting Leviathan

David Runciman

A primer on political theory from bestselling author and host of Talking Politics David Runciman

Between Two Hells

Diarmaid Ferriter

The history of the war that shaped the Irish political landscape across the twentieth century and up to the present day, Classics Archives, by Ireland's most promin…

The Handshake

Ella Al-Shamahi

This quirky and engaging history reveals the secrets of one of our most ancient social gestures

Dante

Alessandro Barbero

A new biography of Dante in time for the 700th anniversary of his death.

Something Out of Place

Eimear McBride

A blistering, galvanising essay from Eimear McBride, award-winning author of A Girl is a Half-formed Thing

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Our Archives

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is home to several collections of archival material, ranging from Classics Archives slides and turn-of-the-century photographic collections to archaeological notebooks and site plans. Our archives are an important resource for research, learning and general interest, but they are not usually on display to the public.

The archives Classics Archives be consulted by appointment only, subject to availability. If you would like to arrange a visit to examine material from the archives, please contact our Curator to discuss your needs and book an appointment at least one week in advance:

Dr. Susanne Turner
Tel, Classics Archives. +44 (0)1223 335153
Email  smt41@cam.ac.uk

We regret that it is not currently possible to book a research visit, but we hope to reintroduce this service soon. Please bear with us as we navigate the current uncertainty.

Squeezes

A collection of c.5000 paper squeezes, or paper imprints, Classics Archives, of Greek and Roman inscriptions. We are currently working on reboxing and re-cataloguing these items.

The Bean Archive

A collection of photographs, Classics Archives, letters and documents relating to the travels through Turkey of archaeologist and writer George E. Bean.

The Mitford Archive

A collection of papers and squeezes relating Classics Archives the research of Terence B. Mitford.

The Museum Archives

A collection of papers relating to the Museum of Classical Archaeology since it became independent of the Fitzwilliam Museum with its own governance committee in 1911. Papers relating to the collection prior to this date are still housed at the Fitzwilliam.

The Museum also holds other archives which are not listed here.

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READ CLASSICAL AUTHORS ON-LINE!


This page (maintained by John R. Lenz at Drew University) will collect links to all known online electronic texts of Classical authors, and other related ancient Greek and Latin texts. Classics Archives are available in both the original or (usually) in translations (usually old ones). For texts in the original Greek or Latin, look at the Archives of Texts first; unless otherwise indicated, most links in the alphabetical list of authors are to translations.

 Contents:

  1. Archives of Texts
  2. Alphabetical Classics Archives by author
  3. NEW! Classical Tradition: Modern Authors on Classical Themes

1. Archives of Texts

  • Perseus Project--Greek and Latin texts with hyperlinks to lexica, Classics Archives, and English Classics Archives AugustanaNEW! Archive of Latin texts: Classical, Christia, Classics Archives, Medieval, AND Modern
  • MIT: The Internet Classics Archive

  • . great! browse or search almost 400 texts!
  • Eris Project at Virginia Classics Archives list of many authors; includes translations of Classical writers Classics Archives as Aeschylus, Aesop, Aristophanes, Aristotle, Classics Archives, Epictetus, Euripides, Galen, Herodotus, Hippocrates, Homer, Lucretius (under T. Lucretius), Classics Archives, Marcus Aurelius, Ovid, Plato, Plotinus, Sophocles, Tacitus (under P. Cornelius T.), and Virgil
     
  • The Labyrinth Library of Latin Texts (both Ancient and Medieval; also includes some Greek texts. Labyrinth is a large server for all things Medieval.)
  • The Latin Library
  • The Online Medieval and Classical Library
  • Project Libellus at U. of Washington (Latin texts; read their instructions)
  • Romulus Projectof Latin texts
  • See Guide to Classics Resources for other places to look and for other directories of Classics on the Internet.
  • See Reference page for directories of online books, etc., etc.

2. Alphabetical list by author (a partial list)

Apollodorus (or Pseudo-Apollodorus):  Library of Mythology: Text from Perseus with a

           hyperlinked index: a great resource
Apollonius: The Argonautica, Translated by R.C. Seaton (1912); another copy
 
Apuleius:
Aristophanes: Aristotle: Augustine:
  • Augustine page by J. O'Donnell (very large!) (note: if using Lynx, Classics Archives, scroll down on the first screen)
  • Many resources (menu in Guide to Early Church Documents)
  • See the Labyrinth archive (above) for another large menu
Augustus: Res Gestae Divi Augusti, Latin text; Res Gestae (another copy)

Aurelius, Marcus [emperor 161-180]:

Caesar:  Gallic War, Civil War, other commentaries

Catullus:

Christian writers (Patristics): Empedocles:   Empecocles Bibliography; see also "Presocratics" below

Cicero:

Epictetus: Epicurus: Heraclitus:  fragments(trans. R. Hooker)

Herodotus:

Hesiod: at MIT Hippocrates: Historia Augusta (lives of some later Roman emperors: introduction, with Latin texts of lives)

 Homer:

Horace:  Ode 1.17 (Latin & English; with audio of the poem read in Latin!)

Lucretius:

Marcus Aurelius: SEE Aurelius, Marcus

Origen: Contra Celsum: Commentary by Phila. seminar (pub. 1987)

Ovid:

Parmenides:
    Parmenides (trans, Classics Archives. R. Hooker)
    Parmenides Bibliography by Vishwa Adluri
Pausanias:
Description of Greece: English translation with a great hyperlinked index, in Perseus (Greek text also there)
Philodemus Project home page

 Plato:

Plautus: Casina (in Latin)

Pliny the Elder: Natural History, Latin text (ed. Karl Mayhoff, Teubner) Pliny (the younger):Letters (10.96-97) to and from Trajan about the Christian problem

 Plotinus, Enneads(trans. MacKenna & Page; enormous file!)

Plutarch:

Procopius:  The Secret History

Presocratics:

SHA (Scriptores Historiae Augustae): see "Historia Augusta"

Sophocles:

Stoics: SEE Epictetus; Aurelius, Marcus

Suetonius:

Tacitus: Terence: Tertullian (introduction and texts of five works in English)

Thucydides:

Vergil: Xenophon:

NEW! CLASSICAL TRADITION: MODERN AUTHORS TypingMaster Pro Typing Tutor 7.01.763 :Typing Master 7.00 ENG- CLASSICAL THEMES

(somewhat in chronological order)

Vergil in Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance

GIBBON, Edward: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (published 1776-; selected chapters)
The "Best of" Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

 MACAULAY, Classics Archives, Thomas Babington: Lays of Ancient Rome: "Horatius [at the bridge]" and other ballads of early Roman legends by Thomas Babington Macaulay (mid-19th century British historian)

 HOUSMAN, A.E.: Fragment of a Greek Tragedy (1901) and original version (1883) with a few comments

 MODERN GREEK AUTHORS: CAVAFY, SEFERIS, ELYTIS: a WWW index


Please e-mail me with corrections or additions: John R. Lenz (Drew University)
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Home &gt Site Reviews Center &gt Archives &gt By Date &gt November, Classics Archives, 1998

S I T E     R E V I E W
November, 1998


The Internet Classics Archives Archive
http://classics.mit.edu/index.html
GRADE LEVEL: 9-12+

CONTENT:
The Internet Classics Archive offers 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors, mainly Greco-Roman works (some Classics Archives and Persian), Classics Archives, all in English translation. The Archive is searchable, and includes a list of links to other resources.
AESTHETICS:
The site has few graphics, but is easy to read. Some areas of the site use frames, Classics Archives.
ORGANIZATION:
The site has a limited navigational bar at the tops of the pages. An interesting feature is a cookie that kicks out a reminder message of the last text that was accessed, Classics Archives. The cookie stays with your browser and gives a message every time you return to the site. The site is well organized for browsing and offers both simple- and advanced-search options.
REVIEW:
The Internet Classics Archive is an excellent source for classical literature. The Greco-Roman section is extensive and seems to be growing all the time. The Asian section is much smaller, but offers some important selections. Click on the author to see what titles are available. Each title in the archive has a discussion and links section submitted by users. Those sections are the most developed under the more popular works Classics Archives as the The Aeneid by Virgil or The Republic by Classics Archives. Check out the trivia question of the week, but you might have to do some research to answer it!


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Archives

Introduction to the Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics

The holdings of the Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics at the Classics Archives of Cincinnati consist primarily of records relating to the department’s archaeological explorations over the past several decades. In addition to excavation records from famous sites such as the Palace of Nestor at Pylos and Troy, the Archives also houses records from numerous surveys in Greece and Albania.

Beyond excavation and survey records, the Archives contain personal papers and memorabilia of past members of the department, such as Carl W. Blegen, as well as individuals closely affiliated with the department, such Marion Rawson and Emmett L. Bennett, Jr. We also hold a number of original drawings and paintings by Piet de Jong who often worked with Carl W. Blegen at numerous sites.

For information regarding the collections of the Archives, please contact the archivist, Jeff Kramer, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Image Rights and Permissions

Individuals wishing to use images or other content to which the Department of Classics controls the copyright should contact Carol Hershenson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. regarding the process, fees (when applicable), and credit lines, Classics Archives. All terms and conditions must be agreed to before the image or other material may be used.


Collections – Excavations and Surveys

The excavation and survey records for the Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics are listed herein alphabetically by location, Classics Archives. Entries contain information regarding the principal individuals involved in creating the records in the Classics Archives principal dates that the majority of the records were created, Classics Archives, a scope and content note Classics Archives the collection, and information regarding access to the collection. If a finding-aid is currently available, a link is provided.

 

Eutresis Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-EUTRESIS
Principal Creators: John L, Classics Archives. Caskey (1908-1981) and Elizabeth G. Caskey (1910-1994)
Title: Eutresis Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1958-1960
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: John L. Caskey, Classics Archives, while Director at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, led the reexamination of Eutresis in 1958 under the auspices of the School and at the invitation of Hetty Goldman who excavated the site in 1927. Elizabeth G. Caskey supervised part of the excavation and was responsible for the field notes.
Series (and subseries) in the Eutresis Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative and photographic records) and Studies and Publications (Series II containing original manuscripts submitted for publication).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Eutresis Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Eutresis excavations, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. (the Archives in general are here while the Eutresis Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in December 2017, click here.

 

Goniá Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-GONIA
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971) and Piet de Jong (1887-1967)
Title: Goniá Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1916
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The site of Goniá was excavated by Carl W. Blegen while he served as Assistant Director at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. The site was investigated from 1 to 18 August 1916.
Series (and subseries) in the Goniá Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative and photographic records) and Studies and Publications (Series II containing other records related to studies and publications).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Goniá Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Goniá excavations, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. (the Archives in general are here while the Goniá Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, Classics Archives, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in February 2018, click here.

 

Hymettos Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-HYMETTOS
Principal Creators: Piet de Jong (1887-1967)
Title: Hymettos Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1923, Classics Archives, 1924, and 1939
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen directed excavation at the site of Hymettos (also known as Hymettus) in 1923 and 1924, while Classics Archives served as Assistant Director at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Blegen returned to the site briefly in 1939 and co-directed the excavation with Rodney S. Young.
Series (and subseries) in the Hymettos Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative and photographic records).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further Classics Archives of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Hymettos Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Hymettos excavations, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. (the Archives in general are here while the Hymettos Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in February 2018, click here.

 

Keos/Kea Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-KEOS/KEA
Principal Creators: John L. Caskey (1908-1981), Elizabeth M. Schofield (1935-2005), and Elizabeth T. Blackburn
Title: Keos/Kea Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1960-1970, 1981-2005
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: John L. Caskey led excavations and study on the island of Classics Archives at the sites of Ayia Irini and Kephala from 1960-1970 under the auspices of both the University of Cincinnati and of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Investigation of the site Classics Archives excavated material continued under the direction of Elizabeth M. Schofield until 1987.
Series (and subseries) in the Keos/Kea Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; material permission requests; director’s notebooks and guest notebooks; and excavation accounts), Excavation Records (Series II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; and other excavation records), Studies and Publications (Series III Classics Archives publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; other records related to studies and publications), Other Records (Series IV), and Artifactual Materials (Series V containing samples).
Access: The collection has been partially processed, Classics Archives. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Keos/Kea Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Keos/Kea excavations, Classics Archives, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (the Archives in general are here while the Keos/Kea Excavations Finding-Aid is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: A finding-aid for this entry is in preparation.

 

Keos/Kea Survey

Accession Code: SUV-KEOS/KEA
Principal Creators: Jack L. Davis and John F. Cherry
Title: Keos/Kea Survey Records
Principal Dates: 1983-1987
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The Keos/Kea Survey was a multifaceted project organized by Jack L, Classics Archives. Davis and John F. Cherry in 1983. Co-directed by Eleni Mantzourani and conducted under Classics Archives auspices of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, the project applied intensive archaeological surface survey techniques to portions of the island of Keos/Kea for the purposes of documenting and explaining changes in the history of prehistoric and historic Classics Archives and land use. The surrounding natural environment was also investigated.
Series in the Keos/Kea Survey Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence), Survey Records (Series II containing notebooks; forms and find records; illustrative and photographic records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing other records related to studies and publications), Other Records (Series IV), and Artifactual Materials (Series V containing samples).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Keos/Kea Survey Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised Classics Archives 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: Classics Archives the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in July 2017, click here.

 

Korakou Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-KORAKOU
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971) and Jack L. Classics Archives Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1915-1916
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen, while a graduate student at Yale University, Classics Archives the Classics Archives of Korakou. Excavations occurred in 1915 and 1916, Classics Archives, and Blegen submitted the report as his dissertation. Jack L. Davis conducted research on the Late Helladic I material for a 1979 article in Hesperia.
Series (and subseries) in the Korakou Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing correspondence), and Excavation Records (Series II containing illustrative and photographic records and unpublished reports/records).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Korakou Excavation Records
Notes bitwig crack linux Archives additional information about the Korakou excavations, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. (the Archives in general are here while the Korakou Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, Classics Archives, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the Classics Archives, last edited in February 2018, click here.

 

Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project (MRAP)

Accession Code: SUV-MRAP
Principal Creators: Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker
Title: Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project (MRAP) Survey Records
Principal Dates: 1996, 1998-2003
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project (MRAP) was a multi-disciplinary and diachronic archaeological expedition initiated by Sharon R. Stocker, Classics Archives, Jack L. Davis, and Classics Archives M. Korkuti in 1996. The primary aim of the project was to investigate the history of prehistoric and historic settlement and land use in central Albania focused on the area around the Greek colony of Apollonia. The project employed intensive archaeological surface survey techniques while investigating the surrounding natural environment.
Series in the Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project (MRAP) Survey Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; survey Classics Archives, Survey Records (Series II containing notebooks; forms and find records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; other survey records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing publication plans and assignments; specialist studies; other records related to studies and publications), Other Records (Series IV), and Artifactual Materials (Series V containing samples and artifacts).
Access: The collection has been partially processed but is closed pending publication. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Classics Archives, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project (MRAP) Survey Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Notes (2): For the MRAP Website, click here.
Finding-Aid: The current version of the finding-aid is unavailable pending publication.

 

Midea Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-MIDEA
Principal Creators: Gisela Walberg
Title: Midea Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1985-2001
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Gisela Walberg led the excavation of the Lower Terraces at the site of Midea from 1985-1991 and 1994-1997 under the auspices the Swedish Institute in Athens and with funding by the University of Cincinnati. The excavation was an integral part of a joint Swedish-Greek project under the direction of Katie Demakopoulou and Paul Åström.
Series (and subseries) in the Midea Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; material permission requests; director’s notebooks and guest notebooks; and excavation accounts), Excavation Records (Series II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; and other excavation records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; Classics Archives records related to studies and publications), and Other Records (Series IV).
Access: The collection has been partially processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Midea Excavation Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: A Classics Archives for this entry is in preparation.

 

Nemea Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-NEMEA
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971), Marion Rawson (1899-1980), John L. Caskey (1908-1981), James Classics Archives. Harland (1891-1973), Classics Archives, Piet de Jong (1887-1967), and Charles K. Williams II
Title: Nemea Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1924-1926, Classics Archives, 1961-1974
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen, while Assistant Director at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, led the excavation of the site known as Nemea under the auspices of the American School and the financial assistance of the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati. Excavations occurred in 1924-1926. Later exploration of the site, under Charles K. Williams II, was also partially supported by the Department.
Series (and subseries) in the Classics Archives Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing correspondence), Excavation Records (Series II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and photographic records; and unpublished reports/records), Classics Archives, Studies and Publications (Series Classics Archives containing publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; other records related to studies and publications), and Other Records (Series IV).
Access: The collection has been processed, Classics Archives. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Nemea Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Nemea excavations, see also Blegen, Carl William under Collections – Personal Papers and Memorabilia. Also see the collection in the University of Cincinnati Archives and Rare Book Library (available here) regarding Carl W. Blegen. Finally, also see the collections in Classics Archives Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (the Archives in general are here while the Nemea Architectural Drawings Collection Finding-Aid is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the Classics Archives conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in February 2020, click here.

 

Nemea Valley Archaeological Project Archaeological Survey (NVAP-AS)

Accession Code: SUV-NVAP-AS
Principal Creators:James C. Wright, Jack L, Classics Archives. Davis, John F. Cherry, and Eleni Mantzourani
Title: Nemea Valley Archaeological Project Archaeological Survey (NVAP-AS) Survey Records
Principal Dates: 1983, Classics Archives, 1984-1996
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The Nemea Valley Archeological Project Archaeological Survey (NVAP-AS) was a multifaceted project organized in 1983 by James C. Wright and co-directed by John F. Cherry, Jack L. Classics Archives, and Eleni Mantzourani. Conducted under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, the primary aim of the project was to investigate, document, and explain changes in the history of prehistoric and historic settlement and land use within Classics Archives 80 square kilometers centered around the Nemea Valley. The project employed intensive archaeological surface survey techniques while investigating the surrounding natural environment.
Series (and subseries) in the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project Archaeological Survey (NVAP-AS) Survey Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; and survey accounts), Survey Records (Series II containing notebooks; forms and find records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; and other survey records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; other records related to studies and publications), and Other Records (Series IV).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Nemea Valley Archaeological Project Archaeological Survey (NVAP-AS) Survey Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Notes (2): For the NVAP-AS Website, click here.
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, Classics Archives, last edited in March 2020, click here.

 

Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS)

Accession Code: EXV-PARP:PS
Principal Creators: Steven Ellis
Title: Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS) Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 2005-ongoing
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Since 2005, Classics Archives, Steven Ellis has directed the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia under the auspices of the University of Cincinnati and the American Academy in Rome. Excavating a large sub-elite neighborhood in Regiones I and VIII of Pompeii, the goals of the project have been to reveal the structural and social relationships over time between Pompeian households of variable economic portfolios, to determine the role that sub-elites played in the shaping of Roman urban networks, and to register their response to city- and Mediterranean-wide historical, political, and economic developments. An additional and especially important aim has been to unravel the complex connections between urban infrastructure (especially waste management) and the making of long-lived, complex urban sites.
Series (and subseries) in the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS) Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative Classics Archives and Artifactual Materials (Series II containing samples).
Access: The collection has been partially processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS) Excavation Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and Clion 2021.2.2 Crack For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in August 2019, click here.

 

Prosymna Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-PROSYMNA
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971), Dorothy H. Cox (1893-1978), and Piet de Jong (1887-1967)
Title: Prosymna Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1925, 1927, 1928-1931
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The site of Prosymna (also known as the Argive Heraion/Heraeum) was excavated in 1925 (9 March to 11 May) and 1927 (17 April to 31 May) by Carl W. Blegen while he served as Assistant Director and Acting Director (respectively) of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Classics Archives. For the final season in 1928 (17 April to 8 June), he was a member of the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati.
Series (and subseries) in the Prosymna Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative and photographic records) and Studies and Publications (Series II containing other records related to studies and publications).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Prosymna Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Prosymna excavations, see also the collections in Classics Archives Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (the Archives in general are here while the Prosymna Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, Classics Archives, last edited in March 2018, click here.

 

Pylos Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-PYLOS
Principal Creators: Carl W, Classics Archives. Blegen (1886-1971) and Marion Rawson (1899-1980)
Title: Pylos Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1939, 1952-1969
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen led the excavation of the site known as the Palace of Nestor (Epano Englianos) in 1939 (with K. Kourouniotis) and from 1952-1966 (with S. Marinatos) under the auspices of both the University of Cincinnati and the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Subsequent study by him and his team, particularly Marion Rawson, continued in the years 1967-1969 (also with S. Marinatos).
Series (and subseries) in the Pylos Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing correspondence; 7 Data Recovery crack serial keygen permission requests; and excavation accounts), Classics Archives, Excavation Records (Series II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and Classics Archives records; and unpublished reports/records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; guide to the Palace of Nestor materials; other records related to studies and publications), Pylos Tablets Records (Series IV containing administrative records and correspondence; other records), Other Records (Series V), and Artifactual Materials (Series VI containing samples and artifacts).
Access: The collection has been partially processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Pylos Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Pylos excavations, Classics Archives, see also Blegen, Carl William under Collections – Personal Papers and Memorabilia. For additional information regarding the Pylos tablets, see Bennett, Emmett Leslie, Jr. under Collections – Personal Papers and Memorabilia. Also see the collection in the University of Cincinnati Archives and Rare Book Library (available here) regarding Carl W. Blegen. Finally, also see the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (the Archives in general are here while the Pylos Excavations Finding-Aid is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in October 2018, click here.

 

Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP)

Accession Code: SUV-PRAP
Principal Creators: Jack L. Davis and John Bennet
Title: Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP) Survey Records
Principal Dates: 1990-1997
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP) was a multi-disciplinary, diachronic archaeological survey formally initiated in 1990 by Jack L. Davis. The primary aim of the project was to investigate the prehistoric and historic settlement and land use in western Messenia focused around the Bronze Age administrative center known as the Palace of Nestor. The project employed archaeological surface survey techniques while investigating the surrounding natural environment.
Series (and subseries) in the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP) Survey Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; director’s notebooks and guest notebooks; and survey accounts), Survey Records (Series II containing notebooks; forms; illustrative and photographic records; photographs and slides; unpublished reports/records; and other survey records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing original manuscripts submitted for publication; Sandy Pylos), and Other Records (Series IV).
Access: The collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP) Survey Records.
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Notes (2): For the PRAP Website, click here.
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in October 2017, click here.

 

Troy Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-TROY
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971), Classics Archives, Marion Rawson (1899-1980), Classics Archives, and John L. Caskey (1908-1981)
Title: Troy Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1931-1968
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen led the excavation of the site identified Classics Archives Troy (Hisarlık) from 1932-1938 under the auspices of the University of Cincinnati. The concession was obtained in 1931 by William T. Semple from the Turkish Ministry of Culture. Among the team members was Wilhelm Dörpfeld, who had excavated at the site previously.
Series (and subseries) in the Troy Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and permit-related records; correspondence; director’s notebooks and guest notebooks; and excavation accounts), Excavation Records (Series II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; and other excavation records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; other records related to studies and publications), Other Records (Series IV), and Artifactual Materials (Series Classics Archives containing samples).
Access: The collection has been partially processed, Classics Archives. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Classics Archives, Troy Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Troy excavations, see also Blegen, Carl William under Collections – Personal Papers and Memorabilia. Also see the collection in the University of Cincinnati Archives and Rare Book Library (available here) regarding Carl W, Classics Archives. Blegen. Finally, also see the Carl William Blegen Papers in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (available here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current Classics Archives of the finding-aid, last edited in April 2019, click here.

To access the Digital Troy Project, Classics Archives, please click here.

 

Troy Post-Bronze Age Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-TROYPBA
Principal Creators: C. Brian Rose, Manfred Korfmann (1942-2005), and Getzel Cohen (1942-2015)
Title: Troia Excavation Records
Principal Dates: 1988-2002
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: C. Brian Rose led the excavations and study of the post-Bronze Age areas at the site identified as Troy (Hisarlık) from 1988-2002 under the auspices of the University of Cincinnati. The excavation was co-directed by Manfred Korfmann from the University of Tübingen.
Series (and subseries) in the Troia Excavation Records include: Administrative Records and Correspondence (Series I containing permits and grants; correspondence; material permission requests; director’s notebooks and guest notebooks; and excavation accounts), Excavation Records Classics Archives II containing notebooks; finds records; illustrative and photographic records; unpublished reports/records; and other excavation records), Studies and Publications (Series III containing publication plans and assignments; original manuscripts submitted for publication; specialist studies; other records related to studies and publications), and Other Records (Series IV).
Access: The collection is unprocessed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Classics Archives, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Troia Excavation Records
Notes (1): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: A finding-aid for this entry is in preparation.

 

Zygouries Excavation

Accession Code: EXV-ZYGOURIES
Principal Creators: Carl W. Blegen (1886-1971), Classics Archives, Leicester B. Holland (1882-1952), Classics Archives, and Piet de Jong (1887-1967)
Title: Zygouries Excavation WinCatalog [20.2.3.1126] Latest Version + Crack (2021) Free Download Dates: 1921 and 1922
Principal Language: English
Scope and Content: Carl W. Blegen directed excavation at the site of Zygouries in 1921 (13 April to 21 May) and 1922 (22 August to 27 September), while he served as Assistant Director at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens.
Series (and subseries) in the Zygouries Excavation Records include: Excavation Records (Series I containing illustrative and photographic Classics Archives collection has been processed. Please contact the archivist for further information.
Citation: University of Cincinnati, Archives and Special Collections of the Department of Classics, Zygouries Excavation Records
Notes (1): For additional information about the Zygouries excavations, see also the collections in the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (the Archives in general are here while the Zygouries Inventory is here).
Notes (2): Standards applied in the finding-aid conform to DACS (2013, Classics Archives, revised March 2015 and posted here).
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited Classics Archives – Personal Papers and Memorabilia

The personal papers and memorabilia for the Archives and Special Collections Classics Archives the Department of Classics are listed herein alphabetically by individual. Entries contain information regarding the principle individuals referenced in the collection, the principal dates that the majority of the records were created, a scope and content note for the collection, and information regarding access to the collection. If a finding-aid is currently available, a link is provided.

 

Bennett, Emmett Leslie, Jr. (1918-2011)

Principle Creators: Emmett L. Bennett, Jr, Classics Archives. and Carl W. Blegen
Principle Date(s): 1939-2004
Scope and Content: Correspondence from and to Emmett L. Bennett, Jr. Holdings are diverse in type and contain correspondence, Classics Archives, photographic material, notebook copies and transcriptions from Pylos, glossaries, and concordances. Other memorabilia includes Bennett's 2001 Gold Medal from the Archaeological Institute of America.
Access: Restricted. Please contact the archivist for information.
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, Classics Archives, last edited in November 2016, click here.

 

Blackburn, Elizabeth Tucker

Principle Creator: Elizabeth Tucker Blackburn
Principle Date(s): 1982-2001
Scope and Content: Records are diverse in type and contain correspondence, photographic material, Classics Archives, and orther various records. Memorabilia includes a personal photograph album.
Access: Restricted. Please contact the archivist for information.
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, last edited in February 2020, click here.

 

Blegen, Carl William (1887-1971)

Principle Creators: John L. Caskey, Marion Rawson, Cedric Boulter, and Alan J.B. Wace
Principle Date(s): 1907-1967
Scope and Content: Letters from, to, and regarding Carl W, Classics Archives. Blegen. Records are diverse in type, Classics Archives, and exist in English, Greek, French, and German. Two letters – one written in Swedish and one written in Norwegian – also exist in translation. Correspondence of various types, including letters and postcards, exist along with three passports issued in 1933, Classics Archives, 1947, and 1951. Other memorabilia includes Blegen’s personal camera with accompanying tripod and a copy of his Ph.D. dissertation on Korakou.
Access: Restricted, Classics Archives. Please contact the archivist for information.
Finding-Aid: A document (PDF) with descriptions of each letter may be found here.

 

de Jong, Classics Archives (1887-1967)

Principle Creator: Piet de Jong
Principle Date(s): 1928-1966
Scope and Content: Drawings and watercolors exist from the sites of: Goniá, Hagiorgitika, Hymettos, Kea, Nemea, Prosymna (Argive Heraion), Pylos, and Zygouries. William V. Cash, Dorothy Cox, Émile Gilliéron, and Leicester B. Classics Archives are also listed as artists of certain items. Both pencil drawings and watercolors exist.
Access: Restricted, Classics Archives. Please contact the archivist for information.
Finding-Aid: A document (PDF) with descriptions of each item may be found here.

 

Rawson, Marion (1899-1980)

Principle Creator: Marion Rawson
Principal Date(s): 1926, 1928-1929
Scope and Content: Four diaries from 1922-1923, 1926, 1928, Classics Archives, and 1929 document Marion Rawson’s travels overseas. In addition, there are her two passports issued in 1926 and 1928.
Access: Restricted. Please contact the archivist for information.
Finding-Aid: For the current version of the finding-aid, Classics Archives here.

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