ACL American Classical League moderated
A discussion list about Greek and Roman world, for a very
wide public. Teachers and students, of high-school or universities, as
well as anyone interested in classical antiquity, are welcome. No geographical
limits, but preferably French-speaking communications. In short, this
discussion list aims to be an Agora, i.e. a meeting place for people who
do not consider Roman and Greek worlds dead and out-of-date. Conducted in French.
This list is for sharing experiences in Antique Roman cookery.
Relevant sujects are: Discussion on antique roman/celt/greek cooking recipes,
ingredients finding or growing, antique beverages, historical background,
special announcements on the subject.
Classics An unmoderated list for discussing ancient
Greek and Latin subjects. This list is open to everyone interested in
Classics, and prospective members are warmly welcomed. The discussions
assume a background in ancient Greek and/or Latin and postings are expected
to remain within the confines of these subjects.
ClassicsLGB exists to provide a forum for lesbian,
gay, bisexual, and transgendered and transsexual academics (faculty and
students) and gay-friendly academics and allies in the broad field of
Classical Studies(Greek and Latin literature; Greek and Roman history,
art and archaeology) to discuss and apply queer studies in classical studies
and to promote the better treatment of queer folk (Lesbians, Gay Men,
Bisexuals, and Transgendered People and Transsexuals) in academe.
LATIN For those studying Latin independently
(the list uses Wheelock)
LEXI The primary purpose of this list is to provide
a public forum for the discussion of issues related to Greek and Latin
Language and Lexicography.
Parthia-L The Parthian Empire is a fascinating period of Persian
history closely connected to Greece and Rome. Ruling from 247 BC to AD
228 in ancient Persia (Iran), the Parthians defeated the Seleucids, conquered
most of the Middle East and southwest Asia, and built Parthia into an Eastern superpower. The Parthian empire revived the greatness of the Achaemenid empire and counterbalanced Rome's hegemony in the West. Parthia at one time occupied areas now in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaidzhan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan,
Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel.
Seleukid list is a list for the discussion
of the history, arts, numismatics and epigraphy of the hellenistic monarchies.
The Seleukid kings are of special interest but discussion of any of the
monarchies is welcome.
Tartarus Hellenistic Greek Linguistics
is a mailing list on topics and issues of interest in Ancient
Near Eastern Studies, from the Indus to the Nile, and from the beginnings
of human habitation to the rise of Islam. It is intended to provide a
medium for discussion among scholars and students actively engaged in
research and study of this broad field. Subscription is open and unmoderated.
is strictly moderated. Items of news and information (job
announcements, conference announcements, publication [on-line or print]
notices) and other pertinent items which are sent to the open ANE list
will be forwarded to ANENews. Each item posted to ANENews will also be
posted to ANE. There is no need to subscribe to both lists at the same
EEF (Egyptologists Electronic Forum) is a discussion forum for Egyptologists to exhange ideas an scholarly insights.
Egyptology Dig is a Discussion & Interest Group for amateur Egyptologists who are interested in exchanging information, ideas and opinions about pharonic Egypt.
New Chronology is a list & webpage, featuring the work of author/Egyptologist David Rohl.
is Ancient Near Eastern students, researchers and scholars mailing list.
In Italian and English (other languages are welcome). You can contact,
meet, ask and confront on matter of Ancient Near East.
AIA-L Archaeology and technology
ARCH-THEOR Archaeological Theory In Europe
is a list server for the discussion of topics like: Epigraphy,
Decipherment of Ancient Languages & Scripts, Evidence for Precolumbian
Transoceanic Contact, Cultural Diffusionism.
SubArch Underwater Archaeology Discussion List
ACTS-L Paul's Acts of the Apostles
AIBI-L is an on-going
forum and meeting place for AIBI members and others who wish to join the
discussion of issues related to the computerised-analysis of Biblical
and related texts.
The Papyri Oxyrhynchi 1, 654 & 655 and Nag Hammadi
Codex II,2 (The Gospel of Thomas) are literary papyri that are of interest
to biblical scholars, specialising in extra-canonical texts (the writings
outside of the New Testament). This list is dedicated to the scholarly
discussion of the Gospel of Thomas and provides an online forum for those
working or interested in New Testament, History, or Religious Studies.
JohnLitr Fourth Gospel Discussion
List (University of South Carolina, U.S.A.).
Testament Pseudepigrapha Sponsored by the Divinity
School of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. The list will be
active during the spring semester of 1999 (from 4 February to 30 May)
and will be tied directly to a course module offered at St. Andrews. This
course, DI3216, "The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha," will examine
the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, a loose collection of ancient, quasi-biblical
writings that were excluded from the canons of both normative Judaism
and Christianity. We shall explore the reasons for the rejection of these
documents by the major canons, the problems of the mixed Jewish and Christian
strata in the texts, their intertextual connections with biblical literature,
and their influence after antiquity. All texts will be read in English
Orion e-mail discussion group is devoted to the scholarly discussion
of the Dead Sea Scrolls and related literature, including Jewish literature
and history of the Second Temple period and archaeology.
ECCHST-L Church history
ELENCHUS Early christianity
Jewstudies This is the JEWISH STUDIES JUDAICA
eJOURNAL. A Monthly publication dedicated to on-going research and current
events in academic Jewish Studies.
Judaic Seminar Judaic
Seminar has been formed to provide a forum in which Tanach will be discussed
on an advanced level by researchers and serious students of the Bible.
This is a panel-moderated forum, led by a group of Bible instructors,
that will be of value to those pursuing a better understanding of the
ANCIEN-L Ancient history
CAAL Computers and ancient languages
CONTEX-L Analysis of ancient texts
EARLYM-L Early Music
ENKIDU-L Methodological issues in studying ancient
[before ce 600] texts)
ICOM-Museology Discussion Lists.
SOPHIA Ancient philosophy
With more than 500 members, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities is a not-for-profit organization which promotes the study of ancient Egypt. The SSEA has chapters in 3 Canadian cities: Montreal, Calgary and Toronto (the Head Office). Every year each chapter hosts about 8 events open to the public and members. All events are free and open to all except for the Annual Symposium held in Toronto and Member's Lectures.
TELEMACO is for the exchange of information in
the field of IT and its use for instruction in Ancient History, Oriental
studies and Antique Christianity in upper Secondary Schools, Universities,
Advanced studies in these filelds. There is no official language, you
can send messages to the TELEMACO list in German, Italian, English, French
and Spanish. Messages in Latin are, of course, welcome.