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    • Hofeneder, Andreas (2018)
      Appian’s Celtic History, which deals with the military conflicts between Romans and Celts from the 4th cent. BC until the conquest of Gaul by Caesar, is despite its fragmentary state a valuable source, as it contains various ...
    • Kintrup, Carola (2017)
      The study of the Attic sarcophagi from Ephesos throws a light on the tectonics, the ornaments, the iconography and the stylistic development as a basis for a relative chronology of the genre on site. The results of this ...
    • Mitthof, Fritz; Schörner, Günther (2017)
      On 12th May 2013 the dedication day of Trajan’s Column in Rome was celebrated for the nineteen hundredth time. This anniversary provided the perfect occasion to fully appreciate the outstanding significance of this unique ...
    • Landskron, Alice; Haag, Sabine (2016)
      The study examines the friezes of the Heroon of Trysa in context of Lycian culture and society and interprets the selection of the picture themes. In a very exceptional way the friezes visualize Greek, Lycian and Persian ...
    • Landskron, Alice; Haag, Sabine (2016)
      The study examines the friezes of the Heroon of Trysa in context of Lycian culture and society and interprets the selection of the picture themes. In a very exceptional way the friezes visualize Greek, Lycian and Persian ...
    • Divjak, Johannes; Wischmeyer, Wolfgang (2014)
      The first coherent and handy edition with commentaries of one oft he most important sources for history, administration and religious mentalities of the city of Rome in the 4th century A.D.The collection of pictures, lists ...
    • Divjak, Johannes; Wischmeyer, Wolfgang (2014)
      The first coherent and handy edition with commentaries of one oft he most important sources for history, administration and religious mentalities of the city of Rome in the 4th century A.D.The collection of pictures, lists ...
    • Popova, Tanja; Miklas, Heinz (2017)
      The first philological edition of the famous Four Gospels of the Bulgarian tsar Ivan Alexander from 1356 with its later liturgical additions, accompanied by studies on the codicology and palaeography, the tsar’s portraits, ...
    • Marth, Doris (2016)
      Alongside analysing the oldest records of Roman inscriptions of Austria, this work particularly emphasizes the antiquarian-epigraphic collecting activity which can be noted in the area of Austria as a consequence of the ...
    • Zabrana, Lilli; Ekren, Serpil; El-Shohoumi, Nadia (2019-08)
      The presented volume aims to carry out a socio-cultural case study focusing on two abandoned Nubian villages in Upper Egypt, which are regarding their formation and abandonment closely connected with the construction of ...
    • Miklas, Heinz; Fuchsbauer, Jürgen (2013)
      This volume is dedicated to the Church Slavonic version of the Dioptra of Philippos Monotropos. It focuses on the transmission of the Slavonic text. Furthermore, a critical edition of the prefaces and the first book of the ...
    • Payer, Peter (2015)
      The work at hand explores the successive chronometrisation of public space using the example of Viennas public clocks from the middle of the 19th century until today.The need for knowing the exact time steadily increased ...
    • Ladstätter, Sabine (2020-03)
      In the early Roman imperial period, the remains of an opulent banquet were filled in a pit in Hanghaus 2 of Ephesus. By evaluating the thousands of artifacts and biogenic material, it was possible to reconstruct the feast ...
    • (2020)
      The volume, which has emerged from an international conference of the same title, unites a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary contributions on invasions of Goths and other Germanic tribes into the Roman Empire, ...
    • Mitsopoulos-Leon, Veronika (2017)
      Subject of the volume are the finds uncovered during the excavations of the ÖAI in the residential area „Phournoi“ of the ancient town of Lousoi in Northwest Arkadia. A short introduction to the architecture of the houses ...
    • Siemoneit, Gabriel (2019-07)
      Johann Freinsheim’s Supplementa in Q. Curtium are supplements to the lost parts of the Historiae Alexandri, an ancient history of Alexander the Great written by Q. Curtius Rufus. For the first time, a modern edition and a ...
    • Siewert, Peter; Taeuber, Hans (2013)
      The ancient sanctuary of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games and of athletic competion in general, has been fascinating people from antiquity up to the present time. In the present volume, all inscriptions - large ...
    • Schmidt-Colinet, Andreas; al-As’ad, Waleed (2013)
      Final publication of an international excavation project in Palmyra/Syria. Publicaation of so called small finds of an hellenistic-roman caravan building: pottery (incl. natural science analyses), amphorae, lamps, glass. ...
    • Schmidt-Colinet, Andreas; al-As’ad, Waleed (2013)
      Final publication of an international excavation project in Palmyra/Syria. Publicaation of the architectural features of an hellenistic-roman caravan building: architecture, wall paintings, stucco decorations, restauration ...
    • Harter-Uibopuu, Kaja; Mitthof, Fritz (2014)
      The volume deals with the juridical and institutional framework of athletic and artistic games from archaic Greece to late antique Rome. The agones’ rules and regulations, the funding by public contributions and wealthy ...