Parcours d’Orient: Recueil de textes offert à Christine Kepinski [Paperback]

Bérengère Perello(Editor); Aline Tenu(Editor)

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ISBN: 9781784914585 | Published by: Archaeopress Archaeology | Year of Publication: 2017 | Language: French 256p, H11.5 x W8, Illustrated throughout in black & white with 9 color plates
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Parcours d’Orient

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This volume contains 23 articles written by 26 authors in order to express the extent of their respect and friendship for Christine Kepinski. The topics addressed in their papers reflect the scientific work of Christine Kepinski, who always promoted interdisciplinary approaches and developed multi-scale analysis from the object itself to regional study. Several papers are directly connected to fieldwork she conducted in Iraq and in Turkey: Haradum and the Middle Euphrates area, Tilbeshar and Kunara. Others are devoted to material study, notably glyptic, seals and sealing practices. Others evoke Syria: she never directed archaeological excavation there but she always integrated Syria in her studies. Finally, some are inspired by Christine Kepinski’s interest for urban life. The chronological time span of the book as well as the various specialisations of the authors clearly show the great value of her scientific background guided by her taste for the Orient.

Table of Contents

Préface

Bibliographie de Christine Kepinski

Tabula gratulatoria

Souvenirs de Diniye (Hélène David-Cuny & Joël Suire)

Étude croisée sur un plan d’urbanisme irrégulier du Bronze ancien : le cas de Titriş Höyük (Christophe Benech)

A Sealing from Tell Arbid: once more about seal impressions on ceramic vessels (Piotr Bieliński)

La période de Halaf à Kutan, Irak (Catherine Breniquet)

Internal-Handled Bowls – Puzzling pots from Bronze Age Mesopotamia (Ulrike Bürger & Peter A. Miglus)

L’Hinterland mariote en question : quelques réflexions (Pascal Butterlin)

Des outils agricoles en pierre du Bronze ancien de Syrie : les têtes d’araires (Corinne Castel)

La « maison de Riš-Šamaš » à Harradum, nouvelle approche (Dominique Charpin)

Un sceau-cylindre mitannien de Tell Afis (Syrie) (Barbara Chiti)

La chronologie politique du Suhu au VIIIe siècle (Philippe Clancier)

Inscriptions syriaques de Tilbeşar (Alain Desreumaux)

Affaires de Famille? (Jean-Marie Durand)

The Middle Euphrates, Iraq: Assyrian-Babylonian interactions in an Aramaean territory in the early 1st millennium BC (Arnulf Hausleiter)

À propos des pommeaux de chars (Jean-Louis Huot)

By the streets of Babylon (Francis Joannès)

The Sheikh Hamad / Dūr-Katlimmu Texts DeZ 2521 and DeZ 3293 and their Implications for a Middle Assyrian Supra-Regional Canal (Hartmut Kühne)

Que se passait-il à Kunara il y a quatre mille ans… ? (Bertrand Lafont)

5500 av. notre ère : le vase de Marawah MR11 et l’Obeid du Golfe (Sophie Méry, Michael James Blackman, Mark Jonathan Beech et Kevin Lidour)

Quelques remarques sur les bullæ inscrites de la ville basse de Kültepe (Cécile Michel)

Note sur quelques sites anciens dans la région de Samarra (Alastair Northedge)

L’émergence du phénomène urbain en Anatolie : état de la question (Bérengère Perello)

Les briques inscrites de Qasr Shemamok migrations, réutilisations et valeur documentaire (Olivier Rouault et Maria Grazia Masetti-Rouault*)

La forteresse médiévale de Tilbeshar (Tell Bashir, Turbessel) (Marie-Odile Rousset)

Le moyen Euphrate dans l’iconographie néo-assyrienne (Aline Tenu)

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