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Irene J. Winter
This second volume of collected essays, complement to volume one, focuses upon the art and culture of the third millennium B.C.E. in ancient Mesopotamia.
Irene J. Winter
This volume of collected essays brings together for the first time the range of Winter’s pioneering studies related to Neo-Assyrian relief sculpture and seals, Phoenician and Syrian ivory and bronze production, and inter-polity connections across the various cultures of first millennium B.C.E. ...
Horst Klengel, unter Mitwirkung von Fiorella Imparati, Volkert Haas and Theo P.J. van den Hout
Klengel's Geschichte des Hethitischen Reiches is the first modern handbook encompassing the whole of the political history of the Hittite Empire (ca. 1700-1200 B.C.). Organized in a strict chronological order, with separate sections on sources and secondary literature preceding each chapter, ...
This book contains a new epigraphic, philological, legal and historical analysis of the Aramaic manuscripts from the Wadi Daliyeh written in the city of Samaria in the fourth century B.C.E., and shed new light on the history of Samaria and Judaea in the Persian period.
Edited by H. Klinkott, S. Kubisch, and R. Müller-Wollermann
This book examines modes of economic contribution in the ancient world, chiefly through taxes, tribute, and gifts. The interdisciplinary approach supplies the basis for economic terminology, taking into account the specific cultural context and the correlation between modern and ancient termini.
This volume provides new insights on ancient Near Eastern conceptions of dreams, focusing on the Anatolian (Hittite) material.
This pioneering study surveys all 446 Lower Stratum families in the period under review (800-600 B.C.). It is the most important and the most responsible study of the lower stratum of the Neo-Assyrian society proposed to date.
Tonia M. Sharlach
Theo van den Hout
The focus of this work is the importance of mental and physical purity in religious matters. For the Hittites, religious matters come close to daily life, and in this case the 'daily life' of the King of the Hittites is the subject of study. In the unique group of texts brought together here for ...
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