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Progetto Magia

Progetti sulla magia antica

  • TheDeMa
    Thesaurus Defixionum Magdeburgensis
    The TheDeMa database has been created to offer scholars an updatable corpus of all known curse tablets; the project is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
    Directed by Martin Dreher


  • TM Magic TM Magic — Religious, Ritual, Magical and Divinatory texts
    An online thematic metadata database by F. Naether / M. Depauw, Universität zu Köln / Universität Leipzig


  • Transmission of magical knowledge
    Transmission of magical knowledge in antiquity: the papyrus magical handbooks in context
    The project proposes to re-edit and re-translate the handbooks concerns magical knowledge, as well as to carry out their first large-scale study as material objects and media of cultural transmission
    Directed by Christopher A. Faraone and Sofía Torallas Tovar
  • Curses in Context
    Curses in Context
    The project proposes a general study of defixiones in their archeological context
    Directed by Christopher A. Faraone and Sofía Torallas Tovar
    TO ZODION. Images of power and the power of images. Magical drawings in Graeco-egyptian magical formularies.
    The project aims to study magical drawings and designs in the corpus of magical formularies. It is funded by the BBVA Foundation
    Directed by Raquel Martín Hernández


    Corpus des énoncés barbares
    Multilingual database (Latin, Greek, Demotic, Coptic, Syriac, Hebrew, Aramaic) of onomata barbara
    Directed by Jean-Daniel Dubois


  • Coptic Magical Papyri
    The Coptic Magical Papyri: Vernacular Religion in Late Roman and Early Islamic Egypt
    The project's goal is to advance the study of the corpus of Coptic “magical texts”
    Directed by Korshi Dosoo


  • CBd
    The Campbell Bonner Magical Gems Database


  • Charaktêres
    The Charaktêres Project. A catalogue of ancient ‘magic’ signs


  • CMAwR
    Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Rituals online


  • VMBA
    Virtual Magic Bowl Archive. A collection of Aramaic incantation bowls at the University of Exeter


    From “Magical Names (onomata barbara)” to Religious Realities
    Direct by Nicole Belayche


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