List of cuneiform signs- [Wikipedia] The signs in the list are ordered by their 2004 Borger number (MesZL).
AABNER (Advances in Ancient Biblical and Near Eastern Research)
Anthropology of the Middle East
Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers
Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics
The Birmingham Egyptology Journal
Cuneiform Digital Library Preprints
Eugesta: Journal of Gender Studies in Antiquity
Forum for Digital Archaeology and Infrastructure
GRBS Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies
Hadashot Arkheologiyot - Excavations and Survey in Israel
Journal of Ancient Egyptian Architecture
The Journal of Egyptological Studies (JES)
Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)
Magazén: International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities
Old World: Journal of Ancient Africa and Eurasia
Strata- the Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society
Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization
ATHAR project - The Antiquities Trafficking and Heritage Anthropology Research (ATHAR) Project is an investigative study led by a collection of anthropologists and heritage experts digging into the digital underworld of transnational trafficking, terrorism financing, and organized crime.
LiBER - A CNR-ISMA project which aims at producing an integrated database of Linear B documents, with the ultimate goal of providing scholars, and all those who are interested in the Mycenaean world, with an updated edition of the Linear B documents, along with a new set of search tools. Individual texts are supplied with transcriptions, critical apparatus, photographs as well as, whenever possible, with all the relevant information about findspots, scribes, chronologies, inventory numbers and places of preservation. The database can be searched by series of documents, syllabic sequences, logograms, scribes and findspots, while search results can be displayed both as lists of texts and interactive maps.
Middle Euphrates Digital Archive- An ongoing project of the Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici, the Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale". It was conceived and carried out by Dr. Francesco Di Filippo, under the supervision of Prof. Carlo Zaccagnini, and with the financial support of the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR). The project also benefited from the pioneered work of Dr. Stefano Bassetti (a former student of Prof. Carlo Zaccagnini at the University of Bologna), who in the late 80's carried out a comprehensive encoding of the Emar corpus.