Private and state in the ancient Near East proceedings of the 58th Rencontre assyriologique internationale at Leiden, 16-20 July 2012

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Online version: Rencontre assyriologique internationale (58th : 2012 : Leiden, Netherlands), Private and state in the ancient Near East, Winona Lake, Indiana : Eisenbrauns, 2017
Authors and Corporations: Boer, Rients de (Editor), Dercksen, Jan Gerrit (Editor), Rencontre assyriologique internationale Leiden (Author)
Title: Private and state in the ancient Near East proceedings of the 58th Rencontre assyriologique internationale at Leiden, 16-20 July 2012 edited by R. de Boer and J. G. Dercksen
Work Part Title:Part 1. Opening lectures
Die Gesellschaft Mesopotamiens in der Zeit der Wende vom 3. zum 2. Jahrtausend v. Chr. zwischen Theorie und Lebenswirklichkeit 3: Hans Neumann
Private and State in the Second Millennium B.C. from an Archaeological Perspective: Adelheid Otto
The State and Its Subjects under the Neo-Babylonian Empire: Michael Jursa
Part 2. Papers
Mesopotamian Divinatory Inquiry : A Private or a State Matter?: Netanel Anor
Supervision over Weighing in Early Dynastic and Sargonic Mesopotamia: Vitali Bartash
Religious Private Practices from Ur III/Old Babylonian Ur: L. Battini
Nomads and the Middle Assyrian State Administration : A New Interpretation of a Letter from Tell amad and Some Related Matters: Yigal Bloch
How to Execute a Person in Private and Preserve One's Face in Public : (ARMT 13, 107, Gen 37:20-24, and Jer 38:6-13): Daniel Bodi
Le lait, la viande et la gloutonnerie du roi : Rites alimentaires d'installation des achemenides a la lumiere de quelques textes mesopotamiens: Daniel Bonneterre
Les Assyriens a Edeli : Vie privee et activites publiques: Fabrice De Backer
Intellectual Opposition in Mesopotamia between Private and State: Sebastian Fink
On Purity
Private and Public: Martin Lang
aan und luzzi: Juergen Lorenz
Private Religious Life in Emar and the Hittite Empire: Patrick Maxime Michel
Infliger la mort : aspects publics et prives dans la documentation de Mari et les recueils de lois du IIeme millenaire av. J.-C: Virginie Muller
Writing for the Palace, Writing for the Citizens : The Organization of the Activities of Nuzi Scribes: Paola Negri Scafa
Seals with Granulation Caps in the First Half of the Second Millennium B.C. : New Data: Julie Patrier and Denis Lacambre
Data Mining Tools and GRID Infrastructure for Text Analysis in Assyriology : An Old Babylonian Case Study: Giovanni Ponti, Daniela Alderuccio, Giorgio Mencuccini, Alessio Rocchi, Silvio Migliori, Giovanni Bracco, Paola Negri Scafa
Popular Religion or Popular Participation in Public Rites?: JoAnn Scurlock
New Observations on the Locations of Some Central Anatolian Towns during the Bronze Age: Oezlem Sir Gavaz
Aspekte von Kultinventaren im Licht des unveroeffentlichten Textes Bo 8359: Ilknur Ta
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Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, 2017
Physical Description:xxii, 295 Seiten; Illustrationen; 26 cm
ISSN/ISBN: 9781575067841
1575067846
Summary:Part 1. Opening lectures -- Die Gesellschaft Mesopotamiens in der Zeit der Wende vom 3. zum 2. Jahrtausend v. Chr. zwischen Theorie und Lebenswirklichkeit 3 / Hans Neumann -- Private and State in the Second Millennium B.C. from an Archaeological Perspective / Adelheid Otto -- The State and Its Subjects under the Neo-Babylonian Empire / Michael Jursa -- Part 2. Papers -- Mesopotamian Divinatory Inquiry : A Private or a State Matter? / Netanel Anor -- Supervision over Weighing in Early Dynastic and Sargonic Mesopotamia / Vitali Bartash -- Religious Private Practices from Ur III/Old Babylonian Ur / L. Battini -- Nomads and the Middle Assyrian State Administration : A New Interpretation of a Letter from Tell amad and Some Related Matters / Yigal Bloch -- How to Execute a Person in Private and Preserve One's Face in Public : (ARMT 13, 107, Gen 37:20-24, and Jer 38:6-13) / Daniel Bodi -- Le lait, la viande et la gloutonnerie du roi : Rites alimentaires d'installation des achemenides a la lumiere de quelques textes mesopotamiens / Daniel Bonneterre -- Les Assyriens a Edeli : Vie privee et activites publiques / Fabrice De Backer -- Intellectual Opposition in Mesopotamia between Private and State / Sebastian Fink -- On Purity - Private and Public / Martin Lang -- aan und luzzi / Juergen Lorenz -- Private Religious Life in Emar and the Hittite Empire / Patrick Maxime Michel -- Infliger la mort : aspects publics et prives dans la documentation de Mari et les recueils de lois du IIeme millenaire av. J.-C. / Virginie Muller -- Writing for the Palace, Writing for the Citizens : The Organization of the Activities of Nuzi Scribes / Paola Negri Scafa -- Seals with Granulation Caps in the First Half of the Second Millennium B.C. : New Data / Julie Patrier and Denis Lacambre -- Data Mining Tools and GRID Infrastructure for Text Analysis in Assyriology : An Old Babylonian Case Study / Giovanni Ponti, Daniela Alderuccio, Giorgio Mencuccini, Alessio Rocchi, Silvio Migliori, Giovanni Bracco, Paola Negri Scafa -- Popular Religion or Popular Participation in Public Rites? / JoAnn Scurlock -- New Observations on the Locations of Some Central Anatolian Towns during the Bronze Age / Oezlem Sir Gavaz -- Aspekte von Kultinventaren im Licht des unveroeffentlichten Textes Bo 8359 / Ilknur Ta
In the 5 days from July 16 through July 20, 2012, more than three hundred Assyriologists from all over the world gathered in Leiden, the Netherlands, to read more than 130 papers and to contribute to a variety of workshops. Many of the papers were read in the context of several thematic workshops, some of which were related to the main theme of the conference. This volume publishes 21 of the revised essays on the main topic of the Rencontre--Private and State in the Ancient Near East. As is usually the case, the academic sessions were accompanied by many opportunities for social interaction among the participants, and there was time to enjoy the historical and cultural benefits of Leiden. The book is divided into two sections. In the first section are three "Opening Lectures," by Hans Neumann on Mesopotamian society at the turn of the 3rd millennium B.C.; by Adelheid Otto on archaeological perspectives on private and state in the second millennium B.C.; and by Michael Jursa on the state and its subjects during Neo-Babylonian times. In the second section, 18 essays on various aspects of the relationship of private life and activity to the state and government in various periods are presented
Type of Resource:Book Conference Proceedings Congresses Konferenzschrift Aufsatzsammlung
Source:Verbunddaten SWB
Notes:Includes bibliographical references. Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe. Beiträge teilweise englisch, teilweise deutsch, teilweise französisch
Language: English, German, French