2014. november 24., hétfő


Cultural & Material Contacts in the Ancient Near East: Movements of People, Objects and Ideas
Torino, 1-2 December 2014

Sala Principi d'Acaja, Palazzo del Rettorato
Universita' degli Studi di Torino, Via Verdi 8

1 December
9.30-9.55 Violetta Cordani: “Cui prodest? Iron Exchange in Anatolia in the Old Assyrian Period”
9.55-10.20 Noemi Borrelli: “As Fragile as Glass. Textual evidence and historical perspective for the use of glass in 2nd millennium Mesopotamia
10.20-10.45 Anna Lanaro: “Connectivity and Theory: How Cultural Interconnections Took Place in the Levantine Artistic Tradition of the LBA”

11.15-11.40 Marco De Pietri: “Relationships between Egypt and Karkemish during the 2nd millennium BC: a brief overview”
11.40-12.05 Bernhard Schneider: “Some remarks on objects from the Kassite period found within the Ekur temple of Nippur”
12.05-12.30 Giulia Scazzosi - Angelo Di Michele: “Trade and Specialized Craft Production in Late 2nd Millennium BC Mesopotamian Temples”

14.00-14.25 Maria Young: “When Love Goes Bad: Repercussions of Diplomatic Marriages”
14.25-14.50 Federico Manuelli: “What remains when contact breaks off? Survival of knowledge and techniques in material culture from the peripheral regions of the Hittite Empire after its dissolution: some case-studies”

15.10-15.35 Florian Lippke: "Seals, Situlae, Bowls and Orthostats. The material basis of iconographic transfer in the Southern Levant (1st Mill. BCE) and beyond"
15.35-16.00 Luigi Malatacca: “Movements of Fibers, Dyes and Textiles in First Millennium B.C. Babylonia (Neo- and Late-Babylonian Periods)”

16.30-17.05 Luisa Bonadies: “Cultural exchange in the stone jars production in the First Millennium B.C.E”
17.05-17.30 Andrea Squitieri: “Egypt and the Levant during the Iron Age and Persian period: political and cultural connections”
17.30-17.55 Petra Creamer: “A Comparison of Resinous Artifacts in the Ancient Near East”

2 December

9.15 - 9.40 Nathan Morello: “I opened the sealed port of Egypt”. Trade in Neo-Assyrian royal ideology”
9.40-10.05 Sureshkumar Muthukumaran: “Crop movements between the Middle East and India in the first millennium BC”
10.05-10.30 Ádám Vér - Zoltán Csabai: “Iron in the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Written Sources”

11.15-11.40 Alessandro Poggio: "Impressions of power :'Greco-Persian' seals in perspective"
11.40-12.05 Giulio Maresca: “Notes on Eastern Iran during the post-Achaemenid period: the reappraisal of the data from the Italian excavations at Qal‛a-ye Sam (Iran, Sistan)”
12.05-12.30 Claudia Romagnuolo: “Peoples at the service of Darius I (522-486 B.C.). Comparing the data from royal inscriptions and administrative tablets”

14.00-14.25 Maja Rzeplińska: “Terracotta riders - a powerful image that lasted through dynasties”
14.25-14.50 Ségolène de Pontbriand: “At the convergence of Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman architectures: Governor Lysias’ Residence in Europos-Dura (Syria)”
14.50-15.15 Aleksandra Kubiak: “Some reflections on the continuity and change of Mesopotamian religious traditions in Parto-Roman Palmyra and Hatra”

15.45-16.10 Rocco Palermo: “Pots as Fingerprints. Theoretical Frameworks, Cultural Horizons and Case Studies from Seleucid-Parthian Mesopotamia”
16.10-16.35 Mahdokht Farjamirad: “Burial customs during the Seleuco-Parthian period of Iran; Greek or local culture?”

Poster session (13.30-14.00)
Ilaria Bucci: “Pictorial Graffiti from Hatra: Some Unpublished Documents from the Iraq Museum of Baghdad”
Enrico Marcato: “Nny dy ḥṭrʼ: the characterisation of the goddess Nannay in the pantheon of Hatra, as to
epigraphic evidence”
Fabiana Raiano: Pottery from Kojtepa (Samarkand area) : Results from excavtion activities of Uzbek-Italian Archeological Mission in Uzbekistan
Melanie Wasmuth: Being ‘foreign’ in an ancient multi-cultural society: the case of the ‘Egyptians’ in early Iron Age Mesopotamia
Giulia Tucci: New kingdom and southern Levant: Egyptian finds in coastal sites during the Late Bronze Age
Valentina Oselini: Traces of Elamite and Mitanni culture in the Hamrin Basin: High-quality pottery in the Kassite contexts of Tell Yelkhi
Alessandra Cellerino et al.: A decorated gold jug from Nimrud Tomb III

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