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New Volume: ANTIGUO ORIENTE 8

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  • Juan Manuel Tebes
    ANTIGUO ORIENTE 8 (2010) Articles 7 A Fragmentary Cuneiform Tablet from the Ophel (Jerusalem): Methodological Musings about the Proposed Genre and Sitz im
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 29, 2011
      ANTIGUO ORIENTE 8 (2010)

      Articles
      7 A Fragmentary Cuneiform Tablet from the Ophel (Jerusalem): Methodological Musings about the Proposed Genre and Sitz im Leben
      Christopher Rollston
      23 The Pottery of A and C-Group Tombs at Serra West in the Museum of Natural History, La Plata
      Perla Fuscaldo
      75 Proto-Alphabetic Inscriptions from the Wadi Arabah
      Brian Colless
      97 A Theoretical Perspective of the Telepinu Myth: Archetypes and Initiation in Historical Contexts
      Romina Della Casa
      117 Sources of Contention and the Emerging Reality concerning Qohelet’s Carpe Diem Advice
      John Kelly
      135 La conexión árabe: una hipótesis sobre el surgimiento sociopolítico de Israel en Palestina
      Emanuel Pfoh
      161 A Possible Alchemist Apparatus from the Early Islamic Period Excavated at Ramla, Israel
      Amir Gorzalczany & Baruch Rosen

      Excavation Reports
      183 Tell el-Ghaba, Sinaí Norte: Campaña de Excavación 2010. Informe Preliminar
      Adriana Chauvin

      Book Reviews
      201 Isaac Kalimi, An Ancient Israelite Historian: Studies in the Chronicler, His Time, Place and Writing
      Isaac Kalimi, The Reshaping of Ancient Israelite History in Chronicles
      (Juan Manuel Tebes)
      205 Izak Cornelius, The Many Faces of the Goddess. The Iconography of the Syro-Palestinian Goddess Anat, Astarte, Qedeshet, and Asherah c. 1500-1000 BCE
      (Allan Rodrigo Bornapé Muñoz)
      208 Nils Anfinset, Metal, Nomads and Culture Contact. The Middle East and North Africa
      (Carolina Quintana)
      211 María Eugenia Aubet, Comercio y Colonialismo en el Próximo Oriente Antiguo. Los antecedentes Coloniales del III y II Milenios a. C.
      (Jorge Cano, Ariel Eiris & Federico Oneto)
      214 Juan José Castillos, Cómo surgieron los faraones. Los orígenes de la estratificación social en el antiguo Egipto
      (Augusto Gayubas)
      217 Maynard Paul Maidman, Nuzi Texts and Their Uses as Historical Evidence
      (Emanuel Pfoh)


      Antiguo Oriente is the annual, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal published by the CEHAO. The journal publishes manuscripts related to the history of societies of the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Paleolithic through the Roman-Hellenistic period. Antiguo Oriente publishes articles and book reviews in Spanish, English and French. The journal is indexed in BiBIL, University of Lausanne, Suiza; CLASE, Universidad Autónoma de México; DIALNET, Universidad de La Rioja, España; EBSCO, EE.UU.; Google Scholar; LATINDEX (catálogo), México; LIBRARY of CONGRESS, Washington DC, EE.UU.; RAMBI, Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalén, Israel; RefDoc, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Francia; Ulrich’s, EE.UU; and the Núcleo Básico de Publicaciones Periódicas Científicas y Tecnológicas Argentinas (CONICET).

      Director: Roxana Flammini; Vice-Director: Juan Manuel Tebes

      Editorial Board: Alejandro F. Botta, Boston University, USA; Josep Cervelló Autuori, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; Amir Gorzalczany, Israel Antiquities Authority, Israel; Ann E. Killebrew, Pennsylvania State University, USA; Philip Kohl, Wellesley College, USA; René Krüger, ISEDET, Universidad Católica Argentina, Argentina; Robert A. Mullins, Azusa Pacific University, USA; Émile Puech, École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem; Christophe Rico, Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem; Gonzalo Rubio, Pennsylvania State University, USA; Marcel Sigrist, École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem; Itamar Singer, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

      Antiguo Oriente Webpage: http://www.uca.edu.ar/cehao
      Email: cehao_uca(at)yahoo.com.ar

      Juan Manuel Tebes
       

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