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Edited by Sarah Melville and Alice Slotsky
With topics ranging from social and economic history to literature, language, and to art history and archaeology, the essays in his book reflect the broad spectrum of interests of its honoree, Benjamin R. Foster.
Remy Boucharlet and Ernie Haerinck
Volume I of The Gordion Wooden Objects is a study of fifteen pieces of furniture from the largest tomb at Gordion (Tumulus MM), Turkey. These spectacular works date to the eighth century BC and are among the most important wooden finds excavated from the ancient Near East.
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 study provides the archaeological record and pictorial documentation of ornamental wall painting produced for Assyrian royal residences. It examines the changing trends in the decorative designs and selection of motifs, some with symbolic meaning. Many illustrations are from the excavation ...
Edited by Jack Cheng and Marian H. Feldman
Through published works and in the classroom, Irene Winter served as a mentor for the latest generation of scholars of Mesopotamian visual culture. The contributions to this volume in her honor represent a cross section of the state of scholarship today.
Anson F. Rainey
This four-volume reference work deals with the language of the Amarna letters written by scribes who had adopted a peculiar dialect mixture of Accadian and West Semitic syntax. Each volume is written as a separate monograph; together they treat the problems of morphology and syntax, providing an ...
This important contribution to the study of Phrygian religious practice and spatial conceptualizations examines the role of the rock-cut monuments in Iron Age Anatolian and provides the reader with new aspects and theories of Phrygian cult and the Mother goddess Kybele.
Donald B. Redford
This volume contains a description of the architecture and inscriptional content of the royal tomb, a catalogue of all artifacts, translation and commentary on inscriptions, publication and analysis of pottery, a bio-anthropological report on the human remains, a paleobotanical report, an ...
Joost Kist, with contributions by Dominique Collon, Frans Wiggermann and Geoffrey Turner
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