Contextualising Grave Inventories in the Ancient Near East


 
 Artikelnummer: BV216757
 Artikelnummer: BV216757
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 ISBN13: 9783447102377
 Verlag: Harrassowitz 
 

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Contextualising Grave Inventories in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of a Workshop at the London 7th ICAANE in April 2010 and an International Symposium in Tübingen in November 2010,both Organised by the Tübingen Post-Graduate School Symbols of the Dead. Peter Pfälzner, Herbert Niehr, Ernst Pernicka, Sarah Lange, Tina Köster (Eds.) Qa?na-Studien. Supplementa, Vol. 3.X, 312 pages, 201 ill., 8 maps, 10 plates, 10 tables

The third supplementary volume of the series Qatna Studien contains the contributions from the workshop Symbols of the Dead, held at the 7th ICAANE in London on 14th and 15th April 2010, and the symposium Grave Inventories and their (Inter)regional Context. An Interdisciplinary Approach, which was held in Tübingen between 25th and 27th November 2010. Both conferences were organized by the post-graduate school Symbols of the Dead. This volume comprises theoretical discussions and archaeological case studies, as well as archaeometric analytical studies so as to identify the composition and provenance of objects, inter alia from grave contexts. The contributions cover a geographical field spanning Syria, Mesopotamia, the Syro-Anatolian regions, Jordan, Egypt, and the Aegean, and they chronologically span from the 4th to the 1st millennia B.C. They either compare different regions in one single period, or one region over several periods. Thus, the volume offers insights into different approaches to interpreting mortuary practices, the symbolism of grave goods, and the interaction of the living with the dead. The papers are divided into three sections - The Dead, The Ancestors and the Living; Mortuary Rituals; Grave Goods, Food and Offerings - each referring to a prominent aspect of the symbolism of the dead in the Ancient Near East. At the same time, these sections represent major fields of research within mortuary studies in recent years.


Verlag - Publishing House:Harrassowitz
Autoren - Authors:Peter Pfälzner, Herbert Niehr, Ernst Pernicka, Sarah Lange, Tina Köster (Eds.)
Band - Volume:3
Einband - Cover:Hardcover
Sprache - Language:englisch
Seitenanzahl - Page Number:X, 312 pages, 201 ill., 8 maps, 10 plates, 10 tables
Format - Dimensions:21 x 30 cm
Buch-Gewicht - Book weight:1480g
Erscheinungsjahr - Publication Year:2012
Erscheinungsort - Place of Publication:Wiesbaden
Auflage - Edition:1
Reihe - Series:Qa?na-Studien. Supplementa
ISBN13:9783447102377

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Verlag - Publishing House:Harrassowitz
Autoren - Authors:Peter Pfälzner, Herbert Niehr, Ernst Pernicka, Sarah Lange, Tina Köster (Eds.)
Band - Volume:3
Einband - Cover:Hardcover
Sprache - Language:englisch
Seitenanzahl - Page Number:X, 312 pages, 201 ill., 8 maps, 10 plates, 10 tables
Format - Dimensions:21 x 30 cm
Buch-Gewicht - Book weight:1480g
Erscheinungsjahr - Publication Year:2012
Erscheinungsort - Place of Publication:Wiesbaden
Auflage - Edition:1
Reihe - Series:Qa?na-Studien. Supplementa
ISBN13:9783447102377

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Contextualising Grave Inventories in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of a Workshop at the London 7th ICAANE in April 2010 and an International Symposium in Tübingen in November 2010,both Organised by the Tübingen Post-Graduate School Symbols of the Dead. Peter Pfälzner, Herbert Niehr, Ernst Pernicka, Sarah Lange, Tina Köster (Eds.) Qa?na-Studien....



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