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Rivista internazionale di studi su Leonardo da Vinci


Rivista internazionale di letteratura italiana

Philosophical Papyri

A Journal of Ancient Philosophy
and the Papyrological Tradition



A Journal of Alternative Sexualities
in Ancient and Modern Literature and the Arts


An International Journal


Rivista internazionale

Favola & Fiaba

Rivista internazionale di studi e ricerche nelle letterature classiche e moderne


Rivista internazionale di studi su Niccolò Machiavelli

Philologia Philosophica

Rivista internazionale

Romana Res Publica

An International Journal

Scritture e linguaggi dello sport

Rivista internazionale di letteratura

Asia Minor

An International Journal of Archaeology in Turkey


An International Journal of Archaeomusicology and Archaeology of Sound

Ancient Numismatics

An International Journal

Occidente / Oriente

Rivista internazionale di studi tardoantichi

Artes Renascentes

Revue Scientifique Internationale · Rivista Scientifica Internazionale · International Scholarly Journal · Revista Científica Internacional · Internationale Wissenschaftliche Fachzeitschrift


An International Journal on Glyptic Studies


Rivista internazionale di studi storico-filologici sulle fonti

Oriens Antiquus · Series Nova

Rivista di studi sul Vicino Oriente Antico e il Mediterraneo orientale
A Journal of Ancient Near-Eastern and East Mediterranean Studies


Rivista di studi sul Vicino Oriente Antico e il Mediterraneo orientale
A Journal of Ancient Near-Eastern and East Mediterranean Studies

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Volume IV, 2022
Pp. 120


Essays: Francesco G. Barsacchi, A demanding goddess: the ritual use of food in the Hittite cult of Ištar; Tommaso De Vincenzi, The stag-god in Hittite Anatolia: analysis of iconographic elements and the distribution of sacred sites on the cult journey; Lluís Feliu, La serie An = Anum: una introduzione; Zsombor J. Földi, Inannas Erhöhung in Kisurra und anderen Orten; Andreas Johandi, e2-ub-imin and e2-pa in the Gudea texts; Jeremiah Peterson, A fragmentary Sumerian text featuring Enlil’s conquest of the eastern mountains and a praise of the Ekur by Nisaba; Notes: Nenad Marković, Who buried Heresankh? A note on the identity of her “son” Nesisti; Review articles: Lorenzo Verderame, L’eredità di Miguel Civil; Reviews: Giulia Torri, The Haus am Hang at Ḫattuša. A Late Hittite State Scriptorium and Its Tablet Collections (Paola Dardano).


Volume III, 2021
Pp. 192


Essays: Roberto Dan, Andrea Cesaretti, Annarita S. Bonfanti, Arrows for Ḫaldi. Urartian metal barbed arrowheads; Vladimir Olivero, Unusual occurrences of the demonstrative pronoun in Urartian, a case of language interference?; Jeremiah Peterson, The Sumerian Personal Name List Ur-ab-ba; Notes: Ludovico Portuese, Patrizia Marcella Scalisi, GALATEO. A new project paving the way for the study of manners and etiquette in the Ancient Near East (Open Access); Daniel T. Potts, The Maneless Asiatic Lion (Panthera leo persica) of southwestern Iran; Gabriella Spada, Navigazione e leggi nella Mesopotamia del II millennio a.C.; Kimberley Watt, Rewarding the officials in New Kingdom Egypt; Reviews: Pascal Attinger, Glossaire sumérien-français principalement des textes littéraires paléobabyloniens (Anne-Caroline Rendu Loisel).


Volume II, 2020
Pp. 180


Essays: Mina Dabbagh, Women in the Haft Tappeh documentation: gender analysis of their socio-economic and cultural role; Roberto Dan, Andrea Cesaretti, A battle engraved in stone: considerations on the Harput and Pertek bas-reliefs; Jeremiah Peterson, The Sumerian personal name list Ur-ki; J. Nicholas Reid, Gabriella Spada, Old Babylonian contracts in the Michael C. Carlos Museum Emory University; Anne-Caroline Rendu Loisel, Another brick(-stamp) in the wall. Few remarks on Amar-Suena’s bricks in Eridu; Yasmina Wicks, Javier Álvarez-Mon, Grave matters in the Zagros mountains: the Lama cemetery, grave 69 and its cylinder seal re-evaluated in an Elamite context (with a contribution on seal no. 69.07.251 by Gian Pietro Basello); Gihane Zaki, La première cataracte … L’imaginaire d’une frontière; Notes: Franco D’Agostino, Statues of the Kings of Ur III. A note; Rita Francia, Hittite parḫuena-: “oats”?; Salvatore F. Monaco, Revising CUSAS 31, 131; Jeremiah Peterson, A poetic description of surgery and disease snatching dogs? A collective of Sumerian hymns to healing deities from Old Babylonian Nippur; Francesco Pomponio, Ku-li and his “father” Ur-gigir, governors of Umma; Armando Bramanti, Rome and the Ancient Near East. Current Roman research in Assyriology.


Volume I, 2019
Pp. 208

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María Rosa Oliver, Franco D'Agostino, Leticia Rovira, Introduction: Tribute to Cristina Di Bennardis/De Bernardi; Nidia R. Areces, To Cristina, colleague and friend; Ana Esther Koldorf, Biographical sketch of Cristina Irene Di Bennardis. Colleague and friend; Marcelo Campagno, The Question of the State in the Ancient World: Towards a Concept of State Logic; Martín Cifuentes, The peace sent by the King. A juridical control strategy in the Greek world; Silvia Crochetti, The Shasu and their relationship with Egypt; Silvana Beatriz dos Santos, Networks of Sociability and Relations of Alterity in the Hittite Royalty during the Second Millennium BC; Bernardo Gandulla, Nomad and Sedentary life: Demonization and Reality in the Story of "Marriage of Martu" and Letter A. 1146 from the Royal Archive of Mari; Adriana B. García, Palatial administrative dynamics in the production and circulation of goods, in Larsa, during Hammurabi's reign; Agnès Garcia-Ventura, Diversity, alterity and the "battle of the sexes" in 19th century CE ancient Near Eastern studies; Angela Greco, The Code of Hammurabi in Later School Tradition; Verónica G. Lazarte, Gods and Men in Prophetic Communication in Mari under Zimri-Lim's reign; José Luis López Castro, Toponymy and Phoenician Navigation Routes to the Far West at The Beginning of Colonization; Federico Luciani, Some Remarks on Kingship in Times of Zimri-Lim (1782-1759 BC): Tribal and State Traditions; Ianir Milevski, The Figurine from Quleh and the Iconography of the Ghassulian Chalcolithic in the southern Levant; Cecilia G. Molla, The Conflict over Hit. The Hit Affair as a Means for Enquiring into Power Relation-ships between the Kingdoms of Mari and Babylonia during the Old Babylonian Period; Juan-Luis Montero Fenollós, Mari and the use of tin within the context of the Near East during the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC; María Rosa Oliver, Between the Textual, the Archaeological and the Codifiable: Thinking Gender Relations in Old Babylonian Society through the Stele of Hammurabi; Emanuel Pfoh, Tribal Politics (without Tribes?) in the Southern Levant during the Late Bronze Age; Eleonora Ravenna, Personal Networks, Institutional Connections: a 'Guarantee' to Succeed in Business and to Improve Social Prestige. A case from Old Babylonian Sippar; Leticia Rovira, Ethnic and Pan-ethnic Identity in the Kingdom of Mari (18th century bc). A Model Kit; Luciana Urbano, The meaning of clothing in the rituals of constitution/dissolution of political and marriage alliances. Reflections from the Mari Letters; Lorenzo Verderame, Cuneiform Texts in the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery; Jordi Vidal, Phoenicians at War; Walburga María Wisheu, Leadership Strategies and Ritual Economy in Early Complex Societies in China; Franco D'Agostino, A new foundation clay-nail of Nūr-Adad from Eridu.