2014. december 20., szombat

Cikkek innen-onnan

Jana Mynářová: Lost in Translation. An Egyptological Perspective on the Egyptian-Hittite Treaties. Annals of the Náprstek Museum 35/2 (2014) 3-8

Zsolt Simon: Phrygisch niptiyan und eine gemeinanatolische Formel. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 68 (2014) 141-148.

Adam E. Miglio: Ur III Tablets in the Wheaton College Archaeology Museum. CDLB 2014:5

Ömür Harmanşah (ed.): Of Rocks and Water: Towards an Archaeology of Place. Oxford

  • Topographies of Power: Theorizing the Visual, Spatial and Ritual Contexts of Rock Reliefs in Ancient Iran (Matthew Canepa) + Other Monumental Lessons (Ian Straughn); Rock reliefs of ancient Iran: notes and remarks (Ali Mousavi)
  • The Significance of Place: Rethinking Hittite Rock Reliefs in Relation to the Topography of the Land of Hatti (Lee Ullmann) +  Places in the Political Landscape of Late Bronze Age Anatolia (Claudia Glatz), Living Rock and Transformed Space (Betsey A. Robinson)
  • Event, place, performance: Rock reliefs and spring monuments in Anatolia (Ömür Harmanşah)

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