Lets talk seals!





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The Talismanic Group...
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New finds/Seals not in the CMS

Several seals from Zominthos, Crete...

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New Publications

J. Crowley. 2024. IKON. Art and Meaning in Aegean Seal Images ...

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Other News

Problems with the access to the CMS Databases in Arachne...

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The CMS

The Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel (CMS) was a long-term project aiming at the systematic documentation and publication of all known Aegean seals and sealings in a consistent manner. The project, involving many contributors from the whole world, was established and carried out in Marburg from 1958 to 2011. It was directed by Friedrich Matz (1958-1974), Ingo Pini (1975-2002) and Walter Müller (2003-2011) and mainly funded by the Mainz Academy of Science and Literature. In December 2011, the archive of the CMS, collected over more than 50 years of research and documentation of seals and sealings, was given from the Mainz Academy as a permanent loan to the Institute of Classical Archaeology and Byzantine Archaeology at the University of Heidelberg. The CMS Archive is currently under the scientific supervision of Maria Anastasiadou and Diamantis Panagiotopoulos.

The CMS consists of the CMS Archive, the CMS Volumes, and the CMS Databases.

As of 2018, work on the publication of new CMS volumes continues. Olga Krzyszkowska, funded by the Institute of Classical Studies, London is a close collaborator of the CMS in Heidelberg, co-responsible for the publication of new CMS volumes.

 

New book on Aegean seals!!!
 

 

The new CMS volume (Beiheft 10) is available here!

 

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