ARAMAZD: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies Volume XII.1 2018 [Paperback]

Aram Kosyan(Editor); Arsen Bobokhyan(Editor); Yervand Grekyan(Editor); Armen Petrosyan(Editor); Aram Kosyan(Editor-in-chief)

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ISBN: 9781789690392 | Published by: Archaeopress Archaeology | Series: ARAMAZD: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies (AJNES) | Year of Publication: 2019 | 204p, H9.25 x W6.5, Illustrated throughout in color and black & white (57 plates in color)
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ARAMAZD: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies Volume XII.1 2018

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Established in 2006 by the Association for Near Eastern and Caucasian Studies in corporation with Institute of Oriental Studies and Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography (National Academy of Sciences of Armenia) AJNES is the only periodical in the Republic of Armenia devoted exclusively to the investigation of ancient and medieval cultures of the Near East and the Caucasus. Articles appearing in its pages are contributions of scholars of international reputation in history, archaeology, philology, art, religion and science. Table of Contents for Volume XII Issue 1: A preliminary report on the 2015 and 2017 field seasons at the Lernagog-1 site in Armenia – by Makoto Arimura, Artur Petrosyan, Dmitri Arakelyan, Samvel Nahapetyan and Boris Gasparyan; Sourcing of obsidian artifacts from Masis Blur, Armenia – by Kristine Martirosyan-Olshansky; Some notes on lithic materials from Tsaghkunk, a Neolithic-Chalcolithic site in the Ararat plain – by Artur Petrosyan, Makoto Arimura and Boris Gasparyan; The chronology of the Kura-Araxes: New data and old problems of periodization and chronology of the Early Bronze Age materials in Armenia – by Ruben Badalyan; Portable X-ray fluorescence analysis of Armenian obsidian sources – by Aleksan Juharyan; Lugalzagesi: the first emperor of Mesopotamia? – by Nshan Thomas Kesecker; The Neo-Babylonian palace as centre of the world – by Rocío Da Riva; Post-Urartian tombs of Lori Berd – by Seda Devedjyan, Suren Hobosyan and Ruben Davtyan; Apollo – Greek god – by Armen Petrosyan; Corrections to deep-rooted errors in the attribution and classification of coins of the Cilician Armenian kingdom. Part I – by Ruben Vardanyan; Everyday life on the medieval Silk road:VDSRS excavations at Arpa, Armenia – by Astghik Babajanyan and Kathryn Franklin; Armenian Summaries

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A preliminary report on the 2015 and 2017 field seasons at the Lernagog-1 site in Armenia – by Makoto Arimura, Artur Petrosyan, Dmitri Arakelyan, Samvel Nahapetyan and Boris Gasparyan

Sourcing of obsidian artifacts from Masis Blur, Armenia – by Kristine Martirosyan-Olshansky

Some notes on lithic materials from Tsaghkunk, a Neolithic-Chalcolithic site in the Ararat plain – by Artur Petrosyan, Makoto Arimura and Boris Gasparyan

The chronology of the Kura-Araxes: New data and old problems of periodization and chronology of the Early Bronze Age materials in Armenia – by Ruben Badalyan

Portable X-ray fluorescence analysis of Armenian obsidian sources – by Aleksan Juharyan

Lugalzagesi: the first emperor of Mesopotamia? – by Nshan Thomas Kesecker

The Neo-Babylonian palace as centre of the world – by Rocío Da Riva

Post-Urartian tombs of Lori Berd – by Seda Devedjyan, Suren Hobosyan and Ruben Davtyan

Apollo – Greek god – by Armen Petrosyan

Corrections to deep-rooted errors in the attribution and classification of coins of the Cilician Armenian kingdom. Part I – by Ruben Vardanyan

Everyday life on the medieval Silk road:VDSRS excavations at Arpa, Armenia – by Astghik Babajanyan and Kathryn Franklin

Armenian Summaries

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