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The '9/11 Texts' from Ancient Iraq Dating to the Ur III Period


Unique study of original material destroyed on 9/11.  The texts presented were among a grpup of tablets confiscated by US Customs and being stored in the World Trade Center when it was destroyed.





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9781937040857 | Published: 2018
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The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Earth


This material illustrated discrete episodes from the nocturnal voyage of the sun god, which functioned as a model for the resurrection of the deceased king. The present study collects and analyses all currently known Book of the Earth material, including discussions of iconography, grammar, orthography and architectural setting.





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9781937040000 | Published: 2012
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The Archaeology of Mesoamerican Animals


This volume presents current research from across the many cultures and regions of Mesoamerica, dealing specifically with the most current issues in zooarchaeological literature. The book's chapters provide important general background on the domestic and ritual use of animals in early and classic Mesoamerica and Central America.





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9781937040055 | Published: 2014
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La Arqueología de los Animales de Mesoamérica


En respuesta a un creciente interés en el campo de la zooarqueología, este libro presenta investigaciones que representan a las múltiples culturas y regiones de Mesoamérica, tratando específicamente los aspectos más recurrentes en la literatura zooarqueológica.





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9781937040123 | Published: 2014
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Beyond Hatti


This collection of essays honours the life and work of Gary Beckman, Professor of Hittite and Mesopotamian Studies at the University of Michigan. The essays traverse ancient Anatolia, Syria, Mesopotamia and beyond. Beckman’s interest in the reception and adaptation of Syro-Mesopotamian culture by the Hittites in particular inspired this offering.





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9781937040116 | Published: 2013
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Carl W. Blegen


Carl Blegen is the most famous American archaeologist ever to work in Greece. Here is presented his biography, detailing his multifaceted life as an instrumental element in creating the field of Aegean prehistory and his role in the social and intellectual community of Athens.





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9781937040222 | Published: 2015
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Collections at Risk


Conflicts and wars, and specifically the 2011 Revolution in Egypt, have brought to light the worrying question of the preservation of the cultural heritage in the world. The roles of museums and international institutions have become ever more important in this respect.





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9781937040604 | Published: 2017
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Concluding the Neolithic


The second half of the seventh millennium BC saw the previously affluent and dynamic Neolithic way of life end. The significant social and economic transformations of local communities, as shown in new patterns of architecture and burial practices, and in pottery manufacture. Sets the changes in context and discusses the impact in detail.





Paperback    £78.00
9781937040833
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Coping with Obscurity


Coping with Obscurity publishes the papers discussed at the Brown University Workshop on Earlier Egyptian grammar in March, 2013. The workshop united ten scholars of differing viewpoints dealing with the central question of how to judge and interpret the grammatical value of the written evidence preserved in texts of the Old and Middle Kingdoms (ca. 2350-1650 BC). The nine papers in the volume present orthographic, lexical, morphological and syntactic approaches to the data and represent a significant step toward a new, pluralistic understanding of Earlier Egyptian grammar.





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9781937040420 | Published: 2016
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Current Research at Kueltepe/Kanesh


The material remains and the more than 23,500 cuneiform tablets unearthed at the site of Kültepe (ancient Kanesh) shed light on social, political, and economic aspects of the Middle Bronze age (ca. 2000–1700 years BC) in central Anatolia, but also in Upper Mesopotamia.





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9781937040192 | Published: 2014
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