The University Library of Regensburg initiated and maintains the Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek (EZB - Electronic Journals Library), which allows access to those journals in the field of Egyptology which are available online. Availability of full-text is shown by traffic light symbols, and is dependent upon the location (institute or work-station) from which you are trying to access a journal.
The traffic light symbols are readily explained: journals marked in green are freely available. Yellow means that your institute has a subscription allowing access from your workplace. A red symbol means that from your workplace you unfortunately have no access to the required journal.
The EZB only lists the titles of the E-journals, not the details of the articles that they contain.
Retrodigitized periodicals in the project: "Reception of Antiquity in a Semantic Network: Digital Books, Images and Objects": Within the context of the DFG-Project at the Heidelberg University library (7 titles) are digitized subject-specific periodicals form the 19th and early 20th century.
For the most of the periodicals in Heidelberg, a full text search was displayed and the essays arecge availabel by the specific catalogues of the Library also through PropylaeumSEARCH.
Heidelberg University Library holds around 330 Egyptological journals, of which around 90 are currently subscribed.
This database provides access to the tables of contents of journals in the field of Classical Studies, in particular Classical Philology, Classical Archaeology, Pre- and Early History, Ancient History and Egyptology (currently 329 journals, as a general rule from 1993 onwards).
As well as providing bibliographic details the database is also an access point for Inter Library Loan (ILL) and for premium document delivery services. Access information