Par la bêche et le stylet! Cultures et sociétés syro-mésopotamiennes: Mélanges offerts à Olivier Rouault [Paperback]

Philippe Abrahami(Editor); Laura Battini(Editor)

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ISBN: 9781789692822 | Published by: Archaeopress Archaeology | Series: Archaeopress Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology | Volume: 5 | Year of Publication: 2019 | 300p, H11.5 x W8, 139 figures; 18 tables (39 color pages)
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Par la bêche et le stylet! Cultures et sociétés syro-mésopotamiennes

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This volume is a tribute to the career of Professor Olivier Rouault who has conducted extensive research in the fields of both Assyriology and Ancient Near Eastern archaeology. The book is composed of 25 papers written by his colleagues, friends and former students from Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, Israel, Japan, The Netherlands, Poland, Syria and the United States. The contributions presented here combine archaeological, iconographic and Assyriological studies from the Neolithic to the 1st millennium BC, covering whole of Mesopotamia and regions of Anatolia and the Levant. Nine papers deal with the data of Terqa, Mari and Qasr Shemamok, sites close to Professor Olivier Rouault’s main field of research. He published cuneiform tablets from Mari and Terqa and worked as a director of archaeological missions at Terqa and Qasr Shemamok. The book is divided into six main topics: Palace and Administration, Temples and Cults, Families and Societies, Literatures and Historiography, Representation and Symbolic Aspects, Cultural Markers and Stratigraphy – all the topics that attracted Professor Olivier Rouault during his fruitful career. More intimate texts recounting memories of moments shared with Olivier punctuate the reading of these contributions.

Table of Contents

Liste des figures et des tableaux

Introduction

Tabula gratulatoria

1ÈRE PARTIE: PALAIS, TEMPLES ET SOCIÉTÉS

PALAIS ET ADMINISTRATION

Amical souvenir de Terqa - by Agnès Spycket

Remarques iconographiques et épigraphiques concernant des empreintes de sceaux-cylindres inscrits de Mari – Ville II - by Laurent Colonna d’Istria

Nouveaux cas d’ordalie à Mari - by Antoine Cavigneaux

Sal(a)hum and the Urban Landscape in the Old Babylonian Letters - by Shigeo Yamada

Communication administrative par messager dans la documentation de Nuzi - by Philippe Abrahami

TEMPLES ET CULTES

A Small Ninevite 5 Period Shrine from Tell Arbid - by Piotr Bieliński

Fragment de maquette architecturale ou de figurine en terre cuite? - by Jean-Claude Margueron, Béatrice Muller

Une brique inscrite d’Adad-apla-iddina provenant de Larsa Camille Lecompte et Régis Vallet Shalmaneser III and the Harp of Arbail - by John MacGinnis

L’Ezida de Kalhu et son clergé au VIIe siècle av. J.-C. d’après la documentation textuelle - by Pierre Villard

Walking among the Camels with Olivier - by Mark W. Chavalas

FAMILLES ET SOCIÉTÉS

Architecture and Social Continuity at Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad III, Syria - by Peter M. M. G. Akkermans, Merel L. Brüning

De la difficulté à établir les prix des maisons: méthodes, marchés, prix, valeur réelle, valeurs vénales et incohérences variées dans la ville de Larsa paléo-babylonienne - by Laura Battini

Family Members, Neighbors, and a Local Shrine in Terqa, Syria, in the Late Old Babylonian Period - by Amanda H. Podany

Des monuments et des hommes de Tabal - by Clelia Mora

2ÈME PARTIE: LITTÉRATURES, ASPECTS SYMBOLIQUES ET MARQUEURS CULTURELS

À mon professeur - by Juliette Mas

LITTÉRATURES ET HISTORIOGRAPHIE

Telling a Story, Giving the Time in Mesopotamia: A Literary Point of View - by Maria Grazia Masetti-Rouault

The Pseudo-Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from Byblos, Their Elusive Dating, and Their Affinities with the Early Phoenician Inscriptions - by Benjamin Sass

Wit, Banter and Sarcasm in Mari Letters - by Jack M. Sasson

REPRÉSENTATIONS ET ASPECTS SYMBOLIQUES

A Look at a Miniature Universe: ‘Small Performed Deeds’? - by Rita Dolce

On Contrasting Black-and-White Chromatic Decoration: a New Interpretation - by Paola Poli

Tuer un dieu dans la mythologie mésopotamienne - by Virginie Muller

La tombe 755 de Meskalamdu, une tombe royale : mythe ou réalité? - by Catherine Lazzarini

Notes d’Archéologie Levantine LX. A propos d’une tête royale syrienne de Mishirfeh-Qaṭna au Musée du Louvre - by Michel Al-Maqdissi, Eva Ishaq

‘To deal rightly with the pot…’ Quelques observations sur l’ensevelissement des immatures à Terqa (Ashara) aux IIIe et IIe millénaires av. J.-C Constance - by Anne Frank

MARQUEURS CULTURELS ET STRATIGRAPHIE

Fragments of a Hidden History: The Third Millennium BC at Qasr Shemamok - by Elena Rova

La céramique côtelée de Djézireh à la fin du Bronze ancien: un type de décor, un type de pâte, un répertoire morphologique et/ou un marqueur chrono-culturel? - by Juliette Mas

À propos de l’occupation d’époque assyrienne à Mari. Quelques observations préliminaires sur la documentation sigillographique - by Dominique Beyer

Brève contribution à un hommage à Olivier Rouault. Une campagne de prospection géophysique particulière - by Rémy Chapoulie

ANNEXE

Bibliographie d’Olivier Rouault

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