Leaving No Stones Unturned: Essays on the Ancient Near East and Egypt in Honor of Donald P. Hansen

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Donald P. Hansen, Erica Ehrenberg
Eisenbrauns, 2002 - 323 עמודים
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A Little ProtoElamite Silver Bull Pendant
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Narrative Representation and the Uruk Vase
15
White Slip I
23
Sarvistan Reconsidered
43
The Rooster in Mesopotamia
53
Some Aspects of the Precinct of the Goddess Mut in the New Kingdom
63
A Thrice Reinscribed Sphinx of Dynasty XII
77
Tomorrow We Dig Excerpts from Vaughn E Crawfords Letters and Newsletters from alHiba
89
The Reattribution of Middle Uruk Materials at Brak
145
TwentyFive Years of Ethnoarchaeology at alHiba
155
A New Theory
169
A Decorated Bronze Belt in the Detroit Institute of Arts
183
An Egyptian Goddess in Detroit
203
The Jewelers Seal from Susa and Art of Awan
211
Their Artistic and Cultural Importance
237
The Uses of Egypt in GraecoRoman Alexandria
261

PayDirt in the End
103
1000 BCE? 900 BCE? A Greek Vase from Lake Galilee
109
Pithoi of Hatshepsuts Time
119
Foreign Contacts and the Rise of an Elite in Early Dynastic Babylonia
125
Sacred Pathways
139
The Temple Mound at Bismaya
279
How Tall Was NaramSîns Victory Stele? Speculation on the Broken Bottom
301
Mapping Himyarite Zafar
313
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עמוד 14 - A heroic figure, or even a bull-man, either grasps an animal, holds it aloft upside down, or plunges a dagger into its body. The violent action is always shown in progress; the outcome is not in evidence; no one wins. This grouping of figures reflects the eternal and cyclical battle against chaos, between civilized and uncivilized man, between domestic animals and beasts of the wild, between periods of peaceful fecundity and the vagaries of nature, between the known and the unknown.
עמוד 22 - Triumphus: An Inquiry into the Origins, Development and Meaning of the Roman Triumph (Leiden, 1970), 130).

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