2014. november 2., vasárnap


Markham J. Geller: Melothesia in Babylonia: Medicine, Magic, and Astrology in the Ancient Near East. STMAC 2. Boston - Berlin

J. Ambers et al.: Looted, Recovered, Returned: Antiquities from Afghanistan. Oxford

Nicholas Postgate: The Land of Assur and the Yoke of Assur: Studies on Assyria 1971-2005. Oxford

Michael Kozuh: The Sacrificial Economy: Assessors, Contractors, and Thieves in the Management of Sacrificial Sheep at the Eanna Temple of Uruk (ca. 625–520 B.C.)EANEC 2. Winona Lake

Kristine Garroway: Children in the Ancient Near Eastern Household. EANEC 3. Winona Lake

Mari, ni Est, ni Ouest. Supplément Syria II. Beyrouth

Marian H. Feldman: Communities of Style. Portable Luxury Arts, Identity, and Collective Memory in the Iron Age Levant. Chicago

Carl W. Blegen: Personal and Archaeological Narratives. Lockwood

Jean-Louis Huot: L’E.babbar de Larsa aux IIe et Ier millénaires (Fouilles de 1974 à 1985)Beyrouth

Gary M. Beckman: The babilili-Ritual from Hattusa. MC 19. Winona Lake

Pieter Gert van der Veen: The Final Phase of Iron Age II in Judah, Ammon, and Edom.
A Study of Provenanced Official Seals and Bullae as Chronological Markers. AOAT 415. Münster

Catherine Breniquet - Cécile Michel (eds.): Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry. Oxford

Rony Feingold: Engraved on Stone. Mesopotamian Cylinder Seals and Seal Inscriptions in the Old Babylonian PeriodGorgias Press

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