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

June 9-13, 2014, University of Basel. Volume 3: Reports
Harrassowitz, O (Verlag)
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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 3: excavation reports and research from various areas and countries such as Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, and Georgia
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  • Contents
  • Iraq
  • Giacomo BENATI, Camille LECOMPTE, New Light on the Early Archives from Ur: The «Ancient Room» Tablet Hoard
  • Eloisa CASADEI, Southern Mesopotamian Contexts and a Reevaluation of the Ur III Pottery. Reconsidering a Chronological Periodization
  • Franco D'AGOSTINO, Ali Khadem GHANIM, Licia ROMANO, Abu Tbeirah. Preliminary Report of the 2012-2013 Campaigns
  • Paul ZIMANSKY, Elizabeth STONE, Tell Sakhariya and Gae
  • Iraq (Kurdistan)
  • Kyra KAERCHER, A Preliminary Assessment of the Ceramic Sequence of Northeastern Iraqi Kurdistan
  • John MacGINNIS, Timothy MATNEY, Kemalettin KÖROGLU, Excavations in the Lower Town of Ziyaret Tepe 2012 and 2013
  • Karel NOVÁCEK, Miroslav MELCÁK, The Medieval Urban Landscape in Northeastern Mesopotamia (MULINEM): First Two Years of the Project
  • Maria Grazia MASETTI-ROUAULT, Olivier ROUAULT, French Excavations in Qasr Shemamok, Iraqi Kurdistan (2013 and 2014 campaigns): the Assyrian Town and Beyond
  • Tevfik Emre SERIFOGLU, Jesse CASANA, Claudia GLATZ, Shwkr Muhammed Haydar Initial Results of the Sirwan (Upper Diyala) Regional Project
  • Tim B. B. SKULDBØL, Carlo COLATONI, First Results of the Rania Plain Survey. Salvage Operations in the Dokan Dam Inundation Zone
  • Aline TENU, Christine KEPINSKI, Kunara, a Bronze Age City on the Upper Tanjaro (Iraq)
  • Syria
  • Cristina BACCARIN, Consumption in a Temple? An Interpretation of the Ceramic Repertoire of the Early Bronze Age Temple at Tell Ahmar (North Syria)
  • Anna Gómez BACH, Characterizing "Red Ware": More than a Single Production at Tell Halula (Syria) at the End of the Halaf Period
  • Guy BUNNENS, A 3rd Millennium Temple at Tell Ahmar (Syria)
  • Marta D'ANDREA, New Data from Old Excavations: Preliminary Study of the EB IVB Pottery from Area H at Tell Mardikh/Ebla, Syria
  • Stephanie DÖPPER, The LBA pottery of Area BU in the Royal Palace of Qatna, Syria
  • Frank HOLE, Historical Processes on the Middle Khabur River, Syria, during the Late Ubaid: Intrusion, Attenuation and Divergence
  • Béatrice MULLER, Panneaux d'incrustation en coquille de Mari, Ville II: implications des matériaux et des techniques
  • Paola POLI, Seals and Sealings from Tell Masaikh-Kar-Assurnasirpal. Some New Results
  • Agnese VACCA, New Data on the EB III-IVA1 of North-Western Syria in the light of Old and Recent Excavations at Tell Mardikh/Ebla and Tell Tuqan
  • Turkey
  • Gulan AYAZ, The Early Iron Age Jewellery from the Karagündüz Necropolis in Eastern Anatolia and Its Relationship to Southern Caucasia
  • Alice Boccia PATERAKIS, Sachihiro OMURA, Gold Cloisonné from the Assyrian Colony Period in Central Anatolia
  • Müge BULU, An Intact Palace Kitchen Context from Middle Bronze Age Alalakh: Organization and Function
  • Nilgün COSKUN, Middle and Neo-Assyrian Periods of the Harran Plain in Light of a Survey
  • Anacleto D'AGOSTINO, Valentina ORSI, Researches at Usakli Höyük (Central Turkey): Survey, Surface Scraping and First Digging Operations
  • Sevinç GÜNEL, A New Centre of Intercultural Relations in Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze Age: Çine-Tepecik
  • Sara PIZZIMENTI, Federico ZAINA, The Iron Age at Karkemish between Tradition and Innovation. The Case Study of the Pottery Assemblage from Area C
  • Iran
  • Rasoul Seyedin BOROUJENI, Saman Hamzavi ZARGHANI, Mohsen ZEIDI, Discovery of Long Term Occupation in the Saimarreh River Valley, Western Iran (Report on the Archaeological Survey)
  • Enzo COCCA, Andrea GENITO, Bruno GENITO, Giulio MARESCA, A WebGIS about the Italian Archaeological Activities in Sistan, Iran (60s-70s of the 20th century): Archaeo.Pro.Di.Mu.S
  • Nicolas Assur CORFÙ, Esotericism at Persepolis - Really
  • Ata HASANPUR, Zahra HASHEMI, A Comparative Study of the New Sassanid's Stuccos from Qela Gowri, Ramavand, Lorestan, Iran
  • Najmeh HASSAS, An Introduction to the Traditional Arch and Vault from the Elamite (1250 BC. M.) to the Qajar period (1925) in Iran
  • Vito MESSINA, Jafar Mehr KIAN, The Religious Complex at Shami. Preliminary Report on the Research of the Iranian-Italian Joint Expedition in Khuzestan at Kal-e Chendar
  • Israel - Lebanon - Levant
  • Eva Katarina GLAZER, Sedentary and Nomadic Population during Bronze Age Southern Levant: An Example of Cultural Contacts
  • Aaron GREENER, Analyzing the Late Bronze Age Imported Pottery Distribution in the Southern Levant: Overcoming Methodological Challenges
  • Haskel J. GREENFIELD, Itzhaq SHAI, Aren M. MAEIR, Understanding Early Bronze Age Urban Patterns from the Perspective of Non-Elite Neighbourhood: The Excavations at Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel
  • Ann E. KILLEBREW, Jamie QUARTERMAINE, Total Archaeology@Tel Akko (The 2013 and 2014 Seasons): Excavation, Survey, Community Outreach and New Approaches to Landscape Archaeology in 3D
  • Florine MARCHAND, L'industrie lithique de Tell 'Arqa (Plaine du Akkar, Liban Nord)
  • Jordan
  • Don BOYER, Aqueducts and Birkets: New Evidence of the Water Management System Servicing Gerasa (Jarash), Jordan
  • Marta D'ANDREA, Pottery Production at Khirbat Iskandar, Jordan. Preliminary Results of the Technological Study of EB IV Pottery from the Site
  • Sumio FUJII, Slab-lined Feline Representations: New Finding at 'Awja 1, a Late Neolithic Open-air Sanctuary in Southernmost Jordan
  • Lucas PETIT, Tell Damiyah. A Small Settlement Mound with a Remarkable International Role
  • Andrea POLCARO, Juan MUÑIZ, Valentín ALVAREZ, The New Spanish-Italian Expedition to the EB I site of Jebel al-Mutawwaq, Middle Wadi az-Zarqa, Jordan: Preliminary Results of the 2012-2013 Campaigns
  • Suzanne RICHARD, Recent Excavations at Khirbat Iskandar, Jordan. The EB III/IV Fortifications
  • Uzbekistan - Turkmenistan - Afghanistan
  • Joaquín María CÓRDOBA, Muhammed MAMEDOV, L'âge du fer au Dehistan. Nouvelles recherches archéologiques turkmènes et espagnoles sur les sites de Geoktchik Depe et Izat Kuli (Province de Balkan, Turkménistan)
  • Fabiana RAIANO, Pottery from the joint Uzbek-Italian Archaeological Mission at Kojtepa (Samarkand Area - Uzbekistan)
  • Victor SARIANIDI, Nadezhda DUBOVA, Types of Graves at Gonur Depe Bronze Age Site in Turkmenistan
  • Liliya SATAEVA, Robert SATAEV, Wood Using at the Bronze Age Site Gonur-Depe (Ancient Margiana, South Turkmenistan)
  • Judith THOMALSKY, Afghanistan: Ancient Mining and Metallurgy: Initial Project Stage
  • Oman
  • Michele Degli ESPOSTI, Excavations at the Early Bronze Age Site «ST1» near Bisya (Sultanate of Oman): Notes on the Architecture and Material Culture
  • Stephanie DÖPPER, Expressions of Collective Memory - The Reuse of EBA Tombs in the Necropolis of Bat, Sultanate of Oman
  • Conrad SCHMIDT, Mobile Pastoralists as Global Players: Excavations at Al-Zebah, Sultanate of Oman
  • Azerbaijan - Georgia - Caucasus-Region
  • Jeyhun EMINLI, Emil ISKENDEROV, Archaeological Investigations at Piboz Tapa Necropolis. Lerik, Southern Azerbaijan (Preliminary Report 2012-2013)
  • Seiji KADOWAKI, Farhad GULIYEV, Yoshihiro NISHIAKI, Chipped Stone Technology of the Earliest Agricultural Village in the Southern Caucasus: Haci Elamxanli Tepe (the Beginning of the 6th Millennium BC)
  • René KUNZE, Interdisciplinary Studies on the Small Finds from the Late Bronze/Early Iron Age Settlements of Udabno I-III (Eastern Georgia)
  • General Topics
  • Silvia AlAURA, Davide NADALI, Researching the Archives: A Shared Past for the Future. The GRISSO Project
  • Gino CASPARI, Ein Inventar der Hügelgräber im Altaigebirge. Kulturgüterschutz durch Fernerkundung
  • Fabrice DE BACKER, La construction d'un char de guerre néo-assyrien
  • Rita GAUTSCHY, Astronomical Data and their Potential for Chronological Purposes
  • Krzysztof HIPP, Samsi-Adad V's Campaigns into the Zagros Revisited
  • Chamsia SADOZAÏ, David GANDREAU, Conserver après la fouille: la question des structures en terre crue à partir d'exemples en Asie centrale

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