New Acquisitions: ASCSA/BSA

The Ambrosia Union Catalog of the libraries of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the British School at Athens facilitates searches for recently acquired works of interest. The following list (for March 2007) was assembled (using the catalog, Zotero, WorldCat and a custom XSLT stylesheet) from the results of a keyword search for “( blg0307 or gen0307 or bsa0307 ) and ( epigraph? or inscription? )”:

  • Patrice Brun, Imperialisme et democratie a Athenes : inscriptions de l’epoque classique, c. 500-317 av. J.-C., Paris: Colin, 2005, ISBN: 9782200269289, WorldCat record.
  • Domenico Caiazza, Italica ars : studi in onore di Giovanni Colonna per il premio I Sanniti, Alife: Banca Capasso Antonio/Arti Grafiche Grillo, 2005, WorldCat record.
  • Francesca Fiori, Costantino Hypatos E Doux Di Sardegna, Quaderni della Rivista di bizantinistica, Bologna: Scarabeo, 2001, ISBN: 8884780373, WorldCat record.
  • Adolf Hoffmann (ed.), Ägyptische Kulte und ihre Heiligtümer im Osten des römischen Reiches : Internationales Kolloquium 5. 6. September 2003 in Bergama (Türkei), Istanbul: Ege Yaylnlarl, 2005, ISBN: 9789758071050, WorldCat record.
  • Βούλα Ν Μπαρδάνη, Συμπλήρωμα Τών Επιτυμβίων Μνημείων Της Αττικής, Βιβλιοθήκη της εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας 241, Αθήναι: Η έν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία, 2006, ISBN: 9608145538, WorldCat record.
  • Jean-Pierre Patznick, Die Siegelabrollungen und Rollsiegel der Stadt Elephantine im 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr. : Spurensicherung eines archaologischen Artefaktes, Oxford: Archaeopress, 2005, ISBN: 9781841716855, WorldCat record.
  • Fotini Skenteri, Herodes Atticus reflected in occasional poetry of Antonine Athens, Lund (Sweden): [Lund University Press], distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell International, 2005, ISBN: 9789122021377, WorldCat record.

About Tom Elliott

Tom is Associate Director for Digital Programs and Senior Research Scholar at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University. Tom holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Duke University and a Ph.D. in Ancient History from UNC. His master's thesis treated a class of late Roman census documents from the Aegean islands and Asia Minor. His dissertation assembled and analyzed the epigraphic evidence for boundary disputes in the early Roman empire.
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3 Responses to New Acquisitions: ASCSA/BSA

  1. Paschalis Paschidis says:

    Tom, the American School’s monthly acquisitions are also listed in the Blegen Library’s blog.

  2. Tom Elliott says:

    Thanks Paschalis. The Blegen blog looks very useful, as new online journal availability and other valuable information are sometimes posted there. I now see that the American School website (not the blog) has a separate New Books page, which provides month-by-month links to Ambrosia searches for all ASCSA and BSA libraries combined.

  3. Chuck Jones says:

    The listing in the Blegen blog cited by Paschalis are for the Blegen library’s acquisitions only. The New Book page mentioned by Tom is for the acquisitions of all three partners.

    The ASCSA web presence is being thoroughly rebuilt in the next few weeks, so it is likely that bookmarks will have to change. Stay tuned.

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