Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
Gateway to online resources of the Oriental Institute
(Chicago). ABZU electronic
bibliography indexes advanced scholarly research on the ANE by author,
project title, subject or journal.
Core Texts provides free access to digital editions of ANE documents;
while eTACT is the definitive
archive of English translations of Akkadian texts on the web.
Ellie Crystal's illustrated e-dictionary of
ancient peoples & places includes pages on Akkadia,
Homepage of the publishers of
Archaeological Review features a
History Daily blog,
and a library of
over 7,000 articles from back issues of BAR & other BAS journals.
The Special Collections of Duke U offers
on-line access to texts about & images of 1373 Egyptian papyri from late
antiquity (Greco-Roman era).
papyri range from pagan cults &
magic to Coptic Christianity & early Islam.
Mark McDonald's extensive well-researched
collection combines excerpts from historical & biblical texts,
archaeological reports, & images of places & peoples spanning the
eastern Mediterranean from Turkey to Egypt to Iran from prehistoric times
through the early centuries CE & acts as gateway to related resources
elsewhere on the internet.
This guided tour of the UCOI's resources
provides highlights of the collections, photographic archives, archaeological
& philological projects.
K. C. Hanson catalogs 250+ major on-line resources
for research on the Mediterranean world in antiquity.
From U of Chicago's electronic open stacks: a
facsimile edition of classic 1836 Egyptian grammar (in French).
elegantly-illustrated e-textbook includes an introduction to heiroglyphic
script, sign lists, a concise grammer & a key to deciphering royal
names & titles (Ancient
Robert Oshana provides an audio-visual
introduction to Aramaic script, phonetics & vocabulary.
Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature offers an introduction to the
oldest known Mesopotamian language & the deciphering of cuneiform
of I. J. Gelb's 1961 textbook
(archived by Oriental Institute of U Chicago).
Digging. Help fill holes.
This page was revised
24 August 2017