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

June 9-13, 2014, University of Basel. Volume 2: Egypt and Ancient Near East - Perceptions of Alterity, Ancient Near Eastern Traditions vs. Hellenization/Romanization, Reconstructing Ancient Eco-Systems, Islamic Session
Harrassowitz, O (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 1. Juni 2016
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  • 478 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 2: Egypt and Ancient Near East - perceptions of alterity; ancient Near Eastern traditions vs. Hellenization/Romanization; reconstructing ancient eco-systems; reports on Islamic archaeology
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  • 27 Karten, 12 Diagramme, 170 Schaubilder, 11 Tabellen
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  • 11 Tabellen, 27 Karten, 12 Diagramme, 170 Abbildungen
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  • Contents
  • Egypt and Ancient Near East - Perceptions of Alterity
  • Raphaël ANGEVIN, Lithic Industries and Interregional Trade between Egypt and the Levant during the 4th Millennium BC: a Review of the Evidence
  • Johannes BECKER, The Large-Scale Landscape Paintings of Tell el-Dabca/Egypt
  • Johannes JUNGFLEISCH, When Aegean Wall Paintings Meet Egyptian Architecture: Simulations of Architecture from at Tell el-Dabca/Egypt
  • Manuela LEHMANN, Ethnicity and Archaeological Reality: Material Culture at Tell el-Dabca during the Late Period
  • Angela MASSAFRA, The Egyptian Presence in Southern Palestine at the Dawn of the Late Bronze Age as Reflected by Pottery Imports
  • Maya MÜLLER, Late Antique Tunics with Decorations Reflecting the Egyptian Perception of Middle Eastern Exotic Peoples
  • Giulia TUCCI, Egyptian Royal Statues and Stelae from Late Bronze Public Buildings in the Southern Levant
  • Ancient Near, Eastern Traditions vs. Hellenization/Romanization
  • Bruno JACOBS, Introduction: Ancient Near Eastern Traditions vs. Hellenization/Romanization
  • Gaëlle COQUEUGNIOT, Ancient Near-Eastern Traditions and Greco-Roman Culture in the Agora of Europos-Doura (Syria)
  • Pam J. CRABTREE, Douglas V. CAMPANA, Animal Bone Remains from the Site of Kinik Höyük, Southern Cappadocia, Turkey: Animal Husbandry and Hunting Practices during the Iron Age, Hellenistic, and Medieval periods
  • Carrie Elaine DUNCAN, Remembered for Giving: Jewish Benefaction in the Roman World
  • Dina FRANGIÉ-JOLY, Hellenistic Beirut: A City at the Centre of the Mediterranean Strategies
  • May HAIDER, Importation of Attic Pottery to the Levantine Coast during the Persian Period: Case Study - the College Site Sidon
  • Corinna HOFF, Achaemenid and Greek Influence on Lycia during the 6th to 4th Centuries BC
  • Amélie LE BIHAN, Religious Practices between Local Traditions and Greco-Roman Influences: Music in Religious Ceremonies of the Roman Near East
  • Giulio MARESCA, Echoes of Regional Traditions plus Western Typological Influences: Some Notes about the Post-Achaemenid Pottery Assemblage from the Italian Excavations at Qal?a-ye Sam (Iran, Sistan)
  • Alessandro POGGIO, Which Language for the Dynastic Message? The Role of the Hellenic Culture in 4th-Century Lycia
  • Çilem UYGUN, The Examples of Roman Pottery from Üçtepe in South-East Anatolia
  • Turgay Yasar YEDIDAG, Hellenistic Moldmade Bowls from Phrygia Epiktetos: New Evidence from Dorylaion
  • Reconstructing Ancient Eco-Systems
  • Jean-Marie LE TENSORER, Reconstructing Ancient Eco-Systems
  • Cristina BONFANTI, Filiberto CHIABRANDO, Carlo LIPPOLIS, Vito Messina Mega-Sites' Impact on Central Mesopotamia. Archaeological and Multi-Temporal Cartographic Study of the Al-Mada'in Area
  • Frank BRAEMER, Bernard GEYER, Gourguen DAVTIAN, From Site Catchment Analysis to Regional Settlement Pattern Analysis: Making a Regional Map of Environmental Resources' Potential. The Case of Arid Syria
  • Anne DEVILLERS, New Approaches in Palaeofauna Reconstruction
  • Ianir MILEVSKI, Bernardo GANDULLA, Pablo JARUF, Eco-Systems or «Socio-Systems»? The Case of the Chalcolithic of the Southern Levant
  • Tina L. GREENFIELD, Melissa S. ROSENZWEIG, Assyrian Provincial Life: A Comparison of Botanical and Faunal Remains from Tushan (Ziyaret Tepe), Southeastern Turkey
  • Leigh A. STORK, The Relationship between Pins and Textiles in the Carchemish Region during the Early 3rd Millennium BC
  • Islamic Session
  • Ignacio ARCE, Qasr Kharana Revisited
  • Naama BROSH, Mamluk Glass Workshops in Jerusalem - Marvered Glass
  • Anja R. DREISER, Islamic Ceramics from Central and Eastern Oman
  • Matthew HARRISON, The Houses of Fus.a.: Beyond Importation and Influence
  • Ayala LESTER, Byzantine Influence in the Consolidation of Fatimid Jewelry
  • Martina MÜLLER-WIENER, Material Evidence for the Transformation of Late-Umayyad Economies: the Case of Pottery with Applied and «Honeycomb» Decoration from Resafa (North Syria)
  • Seyed Abazar SHOBAIRI, New Evidence of Late Sasanid and Early Islamic Period in the Marvdasht Plain
  • Beatrice St. LAURENT, Isam AWWAD, Archaeology & Preservation of Early Islamic Jerusalem: Revealing the 7th Century Mosque on the Haram Al-Sharif
  • Apolline VERNET, Dwelling Transformation and Evolution of Customs after the Islamic Conquest in Near Eastern Cities
  • Donald WHITCOMB, The Mosques of Mafjar: A Sequence and some Implications for Understanding Qasr Hisham

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