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Ancient Near East Editor-in-Chief W.H. van Soldt (Leiden) Editors G. Beckman (Ann Arbor), C. Leitz (Tübingen), P. Michalowski (Ann Arbor), P. Miglus (Heidelberg), H. Gzella (Leiden) Near and Middle East Editors Maribel Fierro (Madrid), M. Şükrü Hanioğlu (Princeton), Renata Holod (University of Pennsylvania) and Kees Versteegh (Nijmegen)
Scholarly reference works, bibliographic works and research tools pertaining to the political, economic, and social history of the Near and Middle East and Muslim World at large, encompassing works in the humanities as well as the social sciences; studies of religions, the sciences, arts, ...
Series Editors: David Kirby (London), Jón Viđar Sigurđsson (Oslo), Ingvild Øye (Bergen), Piotr Gorecki (University of California at Riverside), Steve Murdoch (St. Andrews)
Edited by Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
This volume explores the intersection between historiography and related genres in antiquity, ranging from China to the Mediterranean. Contributors use a range of reading strategies to analyze the place of rhetoric, genre, and intertextuality in these important ancient narratives.
By Piotr Ł. Grotowski. Translated by Richard Brzezinski.
This study investigates whether military equipment shown in images of warrior saints reflects items used by the mid-Byzantine Army or repeats Classical forms. This in turn answers questions on the originality of Byzantine art and its reliability as a historical source.
Edited by Joan Fitzpatrick, Piotr Hoffman, Sandra Coliver and Stephen Bowen
Edited by Piotr Michalowski and Niek Veldhuis
This volume contains eleven articles, demonstrating the broad variety of scholarly approaches to the study of Sumerian literature. It is dedicated to H.L.J. Vanstiphout at the occasion of his retirement from the University of Groningen, July 14th 2006.
William W. Hallo. Introduction by Peter Machinist and Piotr Michalowski.
To propogate the invention of writing, the Sumerians established scribal schools which preserved and transmitted the accumulated wisdom of the past, usually in poetic form. The literature thus created has been studied by the author for half a century. His conclusions, often also important for ...
Piotr Andreevich Eltsov
This volume revisits the controversial issues of continuity and great tradition in protohistoric and early historic south Asia from a novel and provocative analytical perspective. It investigates the phenomena of the city and civilization in Bronze and Iron Age south Asia from the point of view ...
The first full description and analysis of Middle Hittite substitution ritual, and as such provides the readers with an important contribution to our understanding of Hittite religious practice. With translations and transcriptions of all duplicate texts, an ample glossary of words, full ...
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