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The old Assyrian city-state and its colonies

  title={The old Assyrian city-state and its colonies},
  author={Mogens Trolle Larsen},
Rethinking the bronze-iron transition in Iran: copper and iron metallurgy before the Achaemenid Period
Iran, a country rich in mineral resources, has a long history of metal working. Copper objects first appeared in the 7th millennium BC and in the following millennia, copper became the material of
Figural Anatolian stamp seals from three Assyrian colony period sites : Karahöyük-Konya, Acemhöyük and Kültepe
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Cuneiform Texts and Fragments in the Harvard Art Museum / Arthur M. Sackler Museum
The initial work for this project was undertaken during the spring of 2009 as part of an Agnes Mongan Curatorial Internship with the Harvard Art Museum. I must express my considerable gratitude to
Let Praise of Aššur Not Be Forgotten: Temple Heterarchies and the Limits of Royal Patronage in the Neo-Assyrian Empire
  • Shana Zaia
  • History
    Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions
  • 2021
Understanding how the numerous temples in the Neo-Assyrian Empire situated themselves within the imperial network is challenging, largely because of a bias in the official sources towards a few
Assyrians Abroad: Expanding Borders Through Mobile Identities in the Middle Bronze Age
Abstract Recent work by both archaeologists and Assyriologists has characterized the main Assyrian settlement at Kaneš/Kültepe not as “colony” at all but as a place in which Assyrians fully
Middlemen and marcher states in Central Asia and East/West Empire Synchrony
East, West, Central and South Asia originally formed somewhat separate cultural zones and networks of interaction among settlements and polities, but during the late Bronze and early Iron Ages these
Teaching in Old Babylonian Nippur, Learning in Old Assyrian Aššur?
Archaeologists have excavated thousands of clay tablets containing school texts from Old Babylonian Nippur, which has helped researchers to reconstruct the curriculum of scribal students and given
The Emergence of Early Phoenicia
The transition from the Iron Age I to the Iron Age IIA during the 10th century BCE was a period of profound political and socio-economic transformations in the Levant. One of these developments was
Sivas, which is located on the junction of the roads connecting Anatolia on the east-west and north-south directions, is equipped with the roads of different periods with commercial, military and
The Rise of Majority Rule in Early Modern Britain and Its Empire
This expansive history of the origins of majority rule in modern representative government charts the emergence of majority voting as a global standard for decision-making in popular assemblies.