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Andrew D. Gross
This book argues that Aramaic scribes from antiquity drew upon a common legal tradition. It identifies the distinctive elements that form the core of this tradition and traces their antecedents within the cuneiform record.
Mark S. Smith and Wayne T. Pitard
The Ugaritic Baal Cycle, Volume II provides a new edition, translation and commentary on the third and fourth tablets of the Baal Cycle, the most important religious text found at Ugarit.
Studying Ramesses II’s Dedicatory Inscription in detail allows one to connect it with the development of the Solar-Osirian theology postdating the Amarna Period of Egypt. This study thus links the historical background of the pharaoh’s visit to Abydos at the very beginning of his first regnal ...
The so-called Sumerian conjugation prefixes are the most poorly understood and perplexing elements of Sumerian verbal morphology. Approaching the problem from a functional-typological perspective and basing the analysis upon semantics, Professor Woods argues that these elements, in their ...
Edited by Alexander Fantalkin and Assaf Yasur-Landau
This collection of new studies in the archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages is dedicated to Professor Israel Finkelstein and is written by twelve of his former students.
This book offers a comprehensive reassessment of the evidence concerning the political, social, economic, religious and cultural connections between Ancient Nubia and Egypt from the special viewpoint of Lower Nubia, the frontier region between the First and Second Nile Cataracts.
This publication is engaged in issues, trends, and themes depicted on mosaic pavements that were the normal medium for decorating the floors of synagogues, Christian structures, as well as public and private buildings. The mosaic pavements discussed are dated to the 4th-8th centuries CE.
Editor: Seth Sanders Editorial Board: John Baines, Jan N. Bremmer, David Frankfurter, Brian Schmidt, Theo van den Hout, and Christopher Woods
The Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions (JANER) focuses on the religions of the area commonly referred to as the Ancient Near East encompassing Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria-Palestine, and Anatolia, as well as immediately adjacent areas under their cultural influence, from prehistoric times ...
Editor-in-Chief: Thomas Schneider Editorial Board: Christian Cannuyer, Leo Depuydt, Aidan Dodson, Andrea Gnirs-Loprieno, Karl Jansen-Winkeln, Joe Manning, Ludwig Morenz, Toby Wilkinson Managing Editor: JJ Shirley
The Journal of Egyptian History covers all aspects of Ancient Egyptian history ranging from the Neolithic foundations of Ancient Egypt to its modern reception and modern historiography about Ancient Egypt.
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