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Phenomenology of Garden in Assyrian Documents and Reliefs; Concepts and Types

@inproceedings{Asadpour2018PhenomenologyOG,
  title={Phenomenology of Garden in Assyrian Documents and Reliefs; Concepts and Types},
  author={A. Asadpour},
  year={2018}
}
Problem: The Assyrian reliefs, especially the Neo-Assyrian, in addition to “historical narratives,” have a long tradition in “representing the natural environment.” On the other hand, Assyrian dipole ontology based on the “center/periphery” and “order/chaos” dichotomy has been influential in their naturalistic way of life and has shaped their aesthetic understanding. However, the role of these in shaping the garden as a third nature is a major issue in the Assyrian documents and reliefs, which… Expand

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