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La famille dans le Proche-Orient ancien: réalités, symbolismes et images

Proceedings of the 55e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Paris

Edited by Lionel Marti

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ISBN: 978-1-57506-254-9

808 pages
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2014

Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale

La famille dans le Proche-Orient ancien: réalités, symbolismes et images

Proceedings of the 55e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Paris

Edited by Lionel Marti

In July, 2009, the International Association for Assyriology met in Paris, France, for 5 days to deliver and listen to papers on the theme “La famille dans le Proche-Orient.” This volume, the proceedings of the conference, contains 53 of the papers read at the 55th annual Rencontre, including primarily papers directly connected with the theme and some on areas of related interest. The papers covered every period of Mesopotamian history, from the third millennium through the end of the first millennium B.C.E. The photo on the back cover shows only a representative portion of the attendees, who were warmly hosted by faculty and students from the Collège de France.

 

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In July, 2009, the International Association for Assyriology met in Paris, France, for 5 days to deliver and listen to papers on the theme “La famille dans le Proche-Orient.” This volume, the proceedings of the conference, contains 53 of the papers read at the 55th annual Rencontre, including primarily papers directly connected with the theme and some on areas of related interest. The papers covered every period of Mesopotamian history, from the third millennium through the end of the first millennium B.C.E. The photo on the back cover shows only a representative portion of the attendees, who were warmly hosted by faculty and students from the Collège de France.

Conception de la famille, réalités humaines et divines: Les mots et les choses

Belief in Family Reunion in the Afterlife in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean Nikita Artemov

The Old-Babylonian Family Cult and Its Projection on the Ground: A Cross-Disciplinary Investigation Sara Tricoli

Les Relations Parents: Enfants dans la Mythologie Mésopotamienne Aurélien Le Maillot

IIIe millénaire

Cherchez la femme: The SAL Sign in Proto-Cuneiform Writing Petr Charvát

Urnanshe’s Family and the Evolution of Its Inside Relationships as Shown by Images The Ebla Families Licia Romano

Muliebris imago: Reines, princesses et prêtresses à Ebla Paolo Matthiae

Family Portraits: Some Considerations on the Iconographical Motif of the “Woman with Child” in the art of the Third Millennium B.C.E. Davide Nadali

Ier moitié du IIe millenaire

To Dedicate or Marry a Nadîtu-Woman of Marduk in Old Babylonian Society Lucile Barberon

Why Are Two Royal Female Members Given to the Same Man? Daniel Bodi

Les activités de Gimillum, frère de Balmunamḫe: Une gestion familiale des ressources agricoles et animales à Larsa au temps de Rīm-Sîn Michéle Maggio

Families of Old Assyrian Traders Klaas R. Veenhof

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