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Propylaeum-DOK - Digital Repository Classical Studies is the full-text server of the Specialized Information Service Classics and is made available by the University Library of Heidelberg. It offers members of the academic community worldwide the opportunity to publish their texts in electronic format on the internet at no charge. All kinds of publications (like monographs, articles, lectures) in the fields of Classical Studies can be stored on "Propylaeum-DOK". The standard of these publications should not fall below that of traditional printed ones. The documents will be stored and their long-term availability guaranteed by using standardized addresses (URN) and metadata (OAIPMH). They are accessible through the German union catalogues and search engines, too.

As for now, Propylaeum-Dok provides free full-text access to 4,348 publications.

Neueste Einträge

1. Novák, Mirko (2012) The temple of ʿAin Dārā in the context of imperial and Neo-Hittite architecture and art. In: Kamlah, Jens (Hrsg.): Temple building and temple cult. Architecture and cultic paraphernalia of temples in the Levant (2.– 1. Mill. B.C.E.). Wiesbaden 2012 (Abhandlungen des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins ; 41)
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2. Zikakis, Konstantinos (2019) Escaping the peak: peak sanctuary rituals, or rituals on a peak sanctuary? An introduction to the problem: peak sanctuaries and their distribution.
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3. Raun, Karl Hjalte Maack (2019) LIDAR based semi-automatic pattern recognition within an archaeological landscap.
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4. Andreovits, Tatiana ; Kita, Angeliki ; Theodoraki, Danai (2019) Take a walk on the wild side in Bronze Age Macedonia (Greece).
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5. Khamis al-Rasibi, Khalifah ; Yule, Paul (2017) Report for the survey 20 to 21.06.2017 in the southern Sharqiyah.
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6. Martin, Max (1968) Zum Frauengrab Lausanne-Bois de Vaux aus dem Jahre 1847. In: Ur-Schweiz, 32 (1968), pp. 70-71
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7. Martin, Max (2006) Forschungsgeschichte. In: Windler, Renata ; Marti, Reto ; Niffeler, Urs ; Steiner, Lucie (Hrsgg.): Die Schweiz vom Paläolithikum bis zum frühen Mittelalter Bd. 6. Frühmittelalter. Basel 2006, pp. 13-24
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