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Az 57. RAI aktái

Alighogy véget ért 2011 nyarán a Rencontre Rómában, már meg is jelennek az aktái most februárban:

A. Archi (ed.): Tradition and Innovation in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the 57th Rencontre Assyriologique International at Rome, 4-8 July 2011. Winona Lake

A tartalomból:

Opening Lectures

Rückwärts schauend in die Zukunft: Utopien des Alten Orients (Stefan M. Maul)

Law and Literature in the Third Millennium B.C. (Claus Wilcke)

The Soul in the Stele? (J. David Hawkins)


Myth and Ritual through Tradition and Innovation (Dina Katz)

A Tale of Twin Cities: Archaeology and the Sumerian King List (Petr Charvát)

Where are the Uruk Necropoles? Regional Innovation or Change in Tradition for Northern Mesopotamia (Jesús Gil Fuensanta - Eduardo Crivelli)

Changes Through Time: The Pit F Sequence at Ur Revisited (Giacomo Benati)

Reading Figurines from Ancient Urkeš (2450 B.C.E.) (Rick Hauser)

Wooden Carvings of Ebla: Some Open Questions (Rita Dolce)

The Aesthetic Lexicon of Ebla’s Composite  Art during the Age of the Archives (Marco Ramazzotti)

DUGURASU = rw-??wt (Alessandro Roccati)

More on Pre-Sargonic Umma (Salvatore F. Monaco)

Professional Figures and Administrative Roles in the Garden (geškiri6) Management of Ur III Girsu (Angela Greco)

Tradition and Innovation in Šulgi’s Concept of Divine Kingship (Ludek Vacín)

Bemerkungen zur Entwicklung der Beschwörungen des Marduk-Ea-Typs: Die Rolle Enlils (Manuel Ceccarelli)

Prophecy in the Mari Texts as an Innovative Development (Herbert B. Huffmon)

Mathematical Lists: From Archiving to Innovation (Christine Proust)

Die lexikalische Serie á=idu (Frauke Weiershäuser)

The Rituals of Power: The Akkadian Tradition in Neo-Assyrian Policy (Krzysztof Ulanowski)

Innovation and Tradition within the Sphere of Neo-Assyrian Officialdom (Melanie Groß)

Tradition and Innovation in the Neo-Assyrian Reliefs (Nicolas Gillmann)

Une Armure Expérimentale du Premier Millénaire av. J.-C. (Fabrice De Backer)

A Group of Seals and Seal Impressions from the Neo-Assyrian Colony Tell Masaikh-Kar-Assurnasirpal with More Ancient Motifs (Paola Poli)

Spätbabylonische Urkunden: Original, Kopie, Abschrift (Jürgen Lorenz)

Traditional Claims of an Illustrious Ancestor in Craftsmanship and in Wisdom (Daniel Bodi)

New Phraseology and Literary Style in the Babylonian Version of the Achaemenid Inscriptions (Parsa Daneshmand)

Aspects of Royal Authority and Local Competence: A Perspective from Nuzi (Anne Löhnert)

Continuity and Discontinuity in a Nuzi Scribal Family (Paola Negri Scafa)

Mission at Arrapha (Dave Deuel)

Geopolitical Patterns and Connectivity in the Upper Khabur Valley in the Middle Bronze Age (Alessio Palmisano)

Writing Sumerian in the West (Maurizio Viano)

Territorial Administration in Alalah during Level IV (Alvise Matessi)

Reciprocity and Commerce in Bronze and Iron Age Anatolia (H. Craig Melchert)

Hittite Clitic Doubling as an Innovative Category: Its Origin (Andrej V. Sideltsev)

Memory and Tradition of the Hittite Empire in the post-Hittite Period (Maria Elena Balza Clelia Mora)

Fortifications and Arming as Analytical Elements for a Social-Policy Evolution in Anatolia in the Early Bronze Age (Tommaso De Vincenzi)

Amurru in der königlichen Ideologie und Tradition: von Ebla bis Israel (Pavel Cech)

The Assyrian Tree of Life and the Jewish Menorah (Christos G. Karagiannis)

The Ponderal Systems of Qatna (Luigi Turri)

French Excavations in Qasr Shemamok-Kilizu (Iraqi Kurdistan): The First Mission (2011) (Olivier Rouault, Maria Grazia Masetti-Rouault)

The Present in Our Past: The Assyrian Rock Reliefs at Nahr El-Kalb and the Lessons of Tradition (Ann Shafer)

Oriental Studies and Fascism in Spain (Agnès Garcia-Ventura, Jordi Vidal)

Workshop: From Parents to Children

From Parents to Children: Ebla (Alfonso Archi)

Family Firms in the Ur III Period (Steven J. Garfinkle)

A Chip Off the Old Block: The Transmission of Titles and Offices within the Family in Old Babylonian Sippar (Michel Tanret)

The Tradition of Professions within Families at Nuzi (Jeanette C. Fincke)

Crafts and Craftsmen at Ugarit (Wilfred van Soldt)

Hereditary Transmission of Specialized Knowledge in Hittite Anatolia: The Case of the Scribal Families of the Empire Period (Giulia Torri)

The Transmission of Offices, Professions, and Crafts within the Family in the Neo-Assyrian Period (Heather D. Baker)

Families, Officialdom, and Families of Royal Officials in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia (M. Jursa)

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