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Pierre Bonnechere

At his death in 1959, Felix Jacoby left to posterity a monumental work assembling the fragments of more than 870 Greek historians. Yet the sheer bulk of the material and the lack of transparency of the plan make the Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker difficult to use and it is often avoided by students.
The three indexes now published are the first fruits of an indexation project which aims to facilitate access to the corpus of fragments and to improve its usefulness. Index no. 1 places all sources of fragments in a list alphabetized by author and work, index no. 2 follows the order of presentation found in Jacoby, while index no. 3 places the authors of fragments in alphabetical order and gives under each one an alphabetized list of authors who cite him.
The practical advantages are clear. Index no. 1 allows the reader to find his way from a fragment he has come across in his reading to the entry in Jacoby: he can then situate it within the lost work and note Jacoby’s comment on it. Index no. 3 offers a complete resolution of Jacoby’s abbreviations, which are often obscure and sometimes inconsistent. It also returns to their right place the often overlooked fragmenta and testimonia given by Jacoby in the addenda. In general, the indexes make it a simple matter to ascertain which historians had read (or not read) the works, now lost, of their predecessors, thus throwing light on the contents of libraries as well as the transmission of historical texts and their lifespan.

Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker is available in print, and now also online as part of the online reference work Jacoby Online. Please click here for more details.

Pierre Bonnechere

At his death in 1959, Felix Jacoby left to posterity a monumental work assembling the fragments of more than 870 Greek historians. Yet the sheer bulk of the material and the lack of transparency of the plan make the Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker difficult to use and it is often avoided by students.
The three indexes now published are the first fruits of an indexation project which aims to facilitate access to the corpus of fragments and to improve its usefulness. Index no. 1 places all sources of fragments in a list alphabetized by author and work, index no. 2 follows the order of presentation found in Jacoby, while index no. 3 places the authors of fragments in alphabetical order and gives under each one an alphabetized list of authors who cite him.
The practical advantages are clear. Index no. 1 allows the reader to find his way from a fragment he has come across in his reading to the entry in Jacoby: he can then situate it within the lost work and note Jacoby’s comment on it. Index no. 3 offers a complete resolution of Jacoby’s abbreviations, which are often obscure and sometimes inconsistent. It also returns to their right place the often overlooked fragmenta and testimonia given by Jacoby in the addenda. In general, the indexes make it a simple matter to ascertain which historians had read (or not read) the works, now lost, of their predecessors, thus throwing light on the contents of libraries as well as the transmission of historical texts and their lifespan.

Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker is available in print, and now also online as part of the online reference work Jacoby Online. Please click here for more details.

Pierre Bonnechere

At his death in 1959, Felix Jacoby left to posterity a monumental work assembling the fragments of more than 870 Greek historians. Yet the sheer bulk of the material and the lack of transparency of the plan make the Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker difficult to use and it is often avoided by students.
The three indexes now published are the first fruits of an indexation project which aims to facilitate access to the corpus of fragments and to improve its usefulness. Index no. 1 places all sources of fragments in a list alphabetized by author and work, index no. 2 follows the order of presentation found in Jacoby, while index no. 3 places the authors of fragments in alphabetical order and gives under each one an alphabetized list of authors who cite him.
The practical advantages are clear. Index no. 1 allows the reader to find his way from a fragment he has come across in his reading to the entry in Jacoby: he can then situate it within the lost work and note Jacoby’s comment on it. Index no. 3 offers a complete resolution of Jacoby’s abbreviations, which are often obscure and sometimes inconsistent. It also returns to their right place the often overlooked fragmenta and testimonia given by Jacoby in the addenda. In general, the indexes make it a simple matter to ascertain which historians had read (or not read) the works, now lost, of their predecessors, thus throwing light on the contents of libraries as well as the transmission of historical texts and their lifespan.

Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker is available in print, and now also online as part of the online reference work Jacoby Online. Please click here for more details.
Der Neue Pauly – published in print by Metzler Verlag – is the most complete and most authoritative modern encyclopedia of the ancient world currently available. In nearly 20,000 entries it covers two thousand years of history and culture of Greco-Roman Antiquity and the reception of this in the two thousand years that followed. This unique reference work is also available in print and online as Brill’s New Pauly.
The German edition is only available together with the English version Brill's New Pauly Supplements Online I. Prices mentioned are for customers who have already purchased Brill's New Pauly Supplements Online I. For more details also see Brill's New Pauly Supplements Online I & Der Neue Pauly Supplemente I Online.

Der Neue Pauly hat sich als Maßstäbe setzendes Großwerk zur Antike etabliert. Auf aktuellem Wissens- und Forschungsstand bereichern die Supplemente die enzyklopädische Darstellung um zusätzliche, vertiefende Fakten und Zusammenhänge. Der Neue Pauly Supplemente I online umfassen u.a. den vielgelobten Atlas der antiken Welt, eine chronologische Herrscherder antiken Welt, von den mesopotamischen Fürsten im 3. Jahrtausend vor Chr. bis zu den Bischöfen und Patriarchen der Spätantike, sowie über 700 Biographien von Wissenschaftlern, die unsere Kenntnisse der Antike geprägt haben.

Die Sammlung enthält folgende Titel:
Band 1: Herrscherchronologien der antiken Welt: Namen, Daten, Dynastien
Band 2: Geschichte der antiken Texte: Autoren- und Werklexikon
Band 3: Historischer Atlas der antiken Welt
Band 5: Mythenrezeption: Die antike Mythologie in Literatur, Musik und Kunst von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart
Band 6: Geschichte der Altertumswissenschaften: Biographisches Lexikon
Band 7: Die Rezeption der antiken Literatur

Band 4: Rezeptions- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte: Register zu den Bänden 13-15/3 des Neuen Pauly ist nur in gedruckter Form veröffentlicht.
Für die zweite Sammlung, sehe Der Neue Pauly Supplemente II Online.
The German edition is only available as a set with Brill's New Pauly Supplements Online II. For more details see Brill's New Pauly Supplements Online II & Der Neue Pauly Supplemente II Online.

Der Neue Pauly hat sich als Maßstäbe setzendes Großwerk zur Antike etabliert. Auf aktuellem Wissens- und Forschungsstand bereichern die Supplemente die enzyklopädische Darstellung um zusätzliche, vertiefende Fakten und Zusammenhänge. Der Neue Pauly Supplemente II online umfassen zwei Werke zur Antikerezeption in der Renaissance bzw. der Aufklärung, während die Rezeption mythischer Gestalten aus der ersten Staffel (Supplementband 5) hier um einen Gegenstück geschichtlicher Gestalten ergänzt wird. Die übrigen vier Werke befassen sich mit der Antike selbst.

Die Sammlung enthält folgende Titel:
8 - Historische Gestalten der Antike – Rezeption in Literatur, Kunst und Musik
9 - Renaissance-Humanismus – Lexikon zur Antikerezeption
10 - Frühgeschichte der Mittelmeerkulturen – Historisch-archäologisches Handbuch
11 - Byzanz – Historisch-kulturwissenschaftliches Handbuch
12 - Militärgeschichte der griechisch-römischen Antike – Lexicon
13 - Das 18. Jahrhundert – Lexikon zur Antikerezeption in Aufklärung und Klassizismus
14 - Die Germanen und das Römische Reich – Historisch-archäologisches Lexikon

Der Neue Pauly Supplemente II Online – Band 10

Frühgeschichte der Mittelmeerkulturen