A study on scholarly repositories’ availability


“[W]e harvested the content of four prominent scholarly registries and resolved over 13 thousand unique repository URLs. […] [T]he results show that about one out of four URLs from repository profiles in scholarly registries is problematic. Moreover, this result is a lower bound, as problems could be related to the content served after a successfully served request.”

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia joins cOAlition S

Swiss National Science Foundation joins cOAlition S

The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife

See here https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/57411

Kings in the Mountain: Myths from Germany and Byzantium


“[A] series of myths arose in various European countries about the return of a former great king, who is just sleeping, waiting for his time to return and save his homeland. These “king in the mountain” myths have appeared across the world, but have been most prevalent in Europe, featuring both mythical and real historical figures, such as King Arthur, Charlemagne, and King Sebastian I of Portugal. Here, we will focus on two of the most prominent of these myths: the long slumber and future return of the great Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa, and the last Byzantine emperor, Constantine XI Palaiologos.”

See also the article “Bergentrücking” in: Enzyklopädie des Märchens.

Barbarossa gesamt
Von Reinhard Kirchner – <span class=”int-own-work” lang=”de”>Eigenes Werk</span>, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

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