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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
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
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
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
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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.