Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

June 9-13, 2014, University of Basel. Volume 1: Travelling Images - Transfer and Transformation of Visual Ideas; Dealing with the Past: Finds, Booty, Gifts, Spoils, Heirlooms; Collections at Risk: Sustainable Strategies for Managing Near Eastern Archaeolo
 
 
Harrassowitz, O (Verlag)
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  • erschienen im Juni 2016
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  • 550 Seiten
 
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The International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (ICAANE) is the most prestigious event of this kind for Near Eastern archaeologists. The 9th ICAANE was held from June 9 to 13, 2014, and organized as a co-operation of the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Theology of the University of Basel, Switzerland.
The congress had more than 700 participants. International specialists from leading institutions presented over 400 papers in 7 sections and 14 workshops. The research countries ranged from Egypt to Afghanistan, from the Arabian Peninsula to Central Asia, in periods from the Epipalaeolithic to the Islamic, thus giving a good overview of current activities, excavations, and research topics in Near Eastern archaeology. The three-volume Proceedings contain numerous of the presented papers.

Volume 1: traveling images - transfer and transformation of visual ideas; dealing with the past: finds, booty, gifts, spoils, heirlooms; collections at risk: sustainable strategies for managing Near Eastern archaeological collections
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgment
  • Paolo MATTHIAE, Opening Speech, 9th ICAANE, Basel, June 9, 2014
  • Travelling Images - Transfer and Transformation of Visual Ideas
  • Dealing with the Past: Finds, Booty, Gifts, Spoils, Heirlooms
  • Collections at Risk: Sustainable Strategies for Managing Near Eastern Archaeological Collections
  • Michael T. FISCHER, Gil J. STEIN, "Aks" of War: A Digital Museum Inventory for a War-Torn Afghanistan
  • Youssef KANJOU, Protection Strategies and the National Museum of Aleppo in Times of Conflict
  • Cheikhmous ALI, Martin MAKINSON, Philippe QUENET, Syrian Museums under Threat: an Overview
  • Dianne FITZPATRICK, Quantifying the Problems and Counting the Costs of Near Eastern Archaeological Collections: Five Case-Studies
  • Hamed SALEM, Palestinian Archaeological Collections and Lessons of Conflicted Situations
  • Silvia PERINI, Syrian Cultural Heritage in Danger: A Database for the National Museum of Aleppo
  • Andrew JAMIESON, New Uses for Old Collections: Community and Curriculum Engagement Using Near Eastern Archaeological Collections
  • Elisabeth VÖLLING, Textiles as Cultural Heritage in Fieldwork and Repositories
  • Rolf A. STUCKY, Dealing with the Past
  • Anne-Birte BINDER, Documentation, Publication, and Reception by and of Anton Moortgat
  • María DOLORES, Casero CHAMORRO, Sealing the Present with the Past
  • A. CELLERINO, E. FOIETTA, E. QUIRICO, A Decorated Gold Jug from Nimrud Royal Tomb III
  • Silvana Di PAOLO, The of Ancient Near Eastern Antiquities in Italy: Polyvalent Objects for the Construction of Cultural Meanings
  • Sebastian HAGENEUER, The Influence of Early Architectural Reconstruction Drawings in Near Eastern Archaeology
  • Abbas HOSSEINI, A Descriptive Survey Concerning Archaeological Efforts in the Qajar Era
  • Ahmed Fatima KZZO, The Ancient Past in the East, from the East: an Oriental Perspective (Syria, Saudi Arabia)
  • Frances PINNOCK, Dealing with the Past at Ebla. Ancestors' Cults and Foreign Relations
  • Miller C. PROSSER, Re-Imagining Imaging for Archaeological and Philological Projects
  • Elisa ROSSBERGER, Dedicated Objects and Memory Construction at the Istar-Kititum Temple at Iscali
  • Federico ZAINA, Tell Ingharra-East Kish in the 3rd Millennium BC: Urban Development, Architecture and Functional Analysis
  • Oskar KAELIN, Man or Superman? - Transfer and Transformation of Visual Ideas in Royal Representations
  • Enrico ASCALONE, Zohreh BASERI, New Archaeological Finds from Ziwiye. Preliminary Notes on the Ziwiye Seals Corpus
  • Ellen BELCHER, Karina CROUCHERr, Exchanges of Identity in Prehistoric Anatolian Figurines
  • Joel S. BURNETT, Egyptianizing Elements in Ammonite Stone Statuary: The "Atef" Crown and Lotus
  • Barbara COUTURAUD, Image and Ideology at the End of the Early Bronze Age: The Example of the Figurative Inlaid Panels of Mari
  • Rita DOLCE, Headless Mortals and Gods. Some Remarks on Decapitation in the Ancient Near East
  • Silvia FESTUCCIA, Sport Representation: Transfer Images of Agonistic Contests
  • Pamela FRAGNOLI, Chiara MALLEGNI, Society and Visual Image Transmission. The Painted Pottery During the Early Bronze Age at Arslantepe and in the Malatya-Elazig Area
  • Cheryl HART, An Analysis of the Iconographic Rosette Motif as a Means of Non-Verbal Communication: A Case Study - The Rosette Motif and its Association with Solar Symbolism
  • David ILAN, The Crescent-Lunate Motif in the Jewelery of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Ancient Near East
  • Ergul KODAS, Le socle/cou des crânes surmodelés: une nouvelle approche sur leur «phase d'utilisation
  • Sara KUEHN, Vestiges of the "Ourobóros" in the Medieval Islamic Visual Tradition
  • Julia LINKE, The Kings of Urartu in the Visual World
  • Marta LORENZON, The Iconography of Mudbrick Production and Construction throughout the Mediterranean: Egypt and the Near East
  • Lauri MÄNTYLÄ, «Modeled after a Palace of the Land of Hatti»: "hilani" Suites in the Neo-Assyrian Empire
  • Paolo MATTHIAE, Pouvoir et prestige: Images égyptiennes pour le panthéon et la royauté paléosyrienne
  • Diederik J. W. MEIJER, Mesopotamian Temple Roofing and Realism and Naturalism in Art
  • Elisabeth Monamy Images. Mouvements imagés. Les orthostates araméens
  • Béatrice ROBERT, Loïc DAVERAT, Modeling Images by Shaping Ceramics
  • Elisabeth WAGNER-DURAND, Visual Narration in Assyria Versus in Babylonia - Making a Difference in the 1st Millennium B.C.
  • Yasmina WICKS, The Journey of a Visual Idea: Bronze «Bathtub» Coffins in Elite Neo-Assyrian, Neo-Babylonian and Neo-Elamite Funerary Contexts
  • Olga ZOLOTNIKOVA, The Storm-God with a Battle-Axe on the Early 1st Millennium BC Reliefs from Eastern Anatolia/Northern Syria

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