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INDEX OF AUTHORS
Alexander P.S. 21
Al-Maqdissi M. 13
al-Sha‘ar N. 20
Alston R. 32
Anderson J.R. 3
Andreyev Y.V. 31
Attema P.A.J. 36
Aufrère S.H. 21
Avram A. 34
Azarnouche S. 17
Bader B. 7
Bar-Asher M. 39
Bartolotta A. 33
Bernabé A. 28
Bonanno A. 15
Borghouts J.F. 6
Brock S. 23
Broeckaert B. 20
Broux Y. 8, 9
Cauville S. 5, 11
Chaker S. 38
Childers J.W. 22
Ciggaar K. 24
Cilardo A. 20
Claudot-Hawad H. 38
Clayer N. 19
Costa J. 39
Coussement S. 35
Crowley J.L. 29
Davies H.T. 18
Davis B. 29
De Angelis F. 27
De Cupere B. 12
den Brinker A.A. 8
den Heijer J. 23
Depauw M. 8, 35
Depuydt F. 40
De Schacht T. 16
Devolder M. 29
D’hulster K. 18
Dignas B. 26
Dijkstra J.H.F. 9
Doerfler M. 23
Duhoux Y. 28
Du Sablon V. 32
Ergin N. 18, 19
Fazzini R.A. 5
Feder F. 4
Feuchtwanger-Sarig N. 39
Fiano E. 23
Fiori E. 22
Fisher G. 9
Foubert F. 37
Fournet J.-L. 25
Francis E. 40
Getatshew Haile 21
Gyselen R. 17
Haerinck E. 16
Hagen J.L. 9
Hamilton-Dyer S. 12
Harder M.A. 33
Haring B.J.J. 4
Hartmann I. 8
Hauben H. 32
Hays H.M. 4
Ibrahim Ali M. 11
Irving M. 39
Jacobs I. 25
Joest C. 10
Kaizer T. 36
Kaper O.E. 4
Kaynar E. 19
Kennedy M. 12
Klemm V. 20
Kotsonas A. 30
Kousoulis P. 5
Kovalenko S. 34
Kwapisz J. 33
Laes C. 26
La Spisa P. 21
Layton B. 6
Lazaridis N. 5
Lebrun C. 13
Leitz C. 2
Leone A. 36
Linseele V. 12
Lipiński E. 14
Lucore S.K. 30
Luján E.R. 28
Madden A.M. 24
Magdalino P. 19
Matoïan V. 13
Meeus A. 32
Meyboom P.G.P. 36
Moawad S. 3
Moormann E.M. 36
Morenz L.D. 4
Morpurgo Davies A. 28
Mortensen P. 16
Muhs B.P. 8
Mussche H.F. 31
Mustakallio K. 26
Nijboer A.J. 36
O’Connell E.R. 3
Onaran B. 19
Ownby M.F. 7
Pappa E. 15
Parker R. 26
Pataridze T. 23
Perdicoyianni-Paléologou H. 37
Pérennès J.-J. 20
Petrova A. 34
Pirart É. 17
Pleše Z. 21
Podossinov A.V. 27
Poizat B. 22
Pollet G. 40
Redford S. 18
Regtuit R.F. 33
Rollinger R. 27
Schenke G. 10
Schmidt A. 23
Schnegg K. 27
Schrijver E. 39
Seubers J.F. 36
Smets S. 40
Smith K. 23
Smith R.S. 26
Sterling G.E. 6
Stroumsa G.G. 26
Summers G.D. 16
Tacke N. 4
Tebes J.M. 12
Thomas E. 36
Tihon A. 25
Troelsgård C. 24
Trümper M. 30
Trzaskoma S.M. 26
Valamoti S.M. 31
van Aalst V. 24
Van Damme G. 40
Van den Branden S. 20
van der Meer L.B. 35
van der Vliet J. 9
van Dijk J. 5
Vanhove D. 31
van Nijf O.M. 32
Van Rompay L. 23
Vanséveren S. 14
Van Steenbergen J. 18
van Walsem R. 4
Varoufakis G. 31
Vella N.C. 15
Verlinde A. 35
Vermeulen U. 18
Vleeming S.P. 8
von Albrecht M. 37
Voutsaki S. 31
Vuolanto V. 26
Waerzeggers C. 14
Wakker G.C. 33
Weidmann D. 10
Welsby D.A. 3
Willemsen S.L. 36
Williamson C.G. 32
Wiplinger G. 30
Witcher R. 36
Wolfram G. 24
Yener K.A. 13
Youssef Y.N. 3
Yoyotte J. 7
Ziegler C. 7
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Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Ancient Society
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Egyptology & Coptology
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Journal of Coptic Studies
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EGYPTOLOGY & COPTOLOGY
LEXIKON DER ÄGYPTISCHEN GÖTTER UND GÖTTERBEZEICHNUNGEN
Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils, Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und
Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen und
Bettina Ventker
LEITZ C. (ed.)
The Dictionary of Egyptian Deities and Divine Designations (Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und
Götterbezeichnungen: LGG) comprises more than 5.500 pages or 16.500 columns, about 56.500
entries, almost 100.000 cross-references and approximately 200.000 citations. That makes it the largest reference-work of its kind in Egyptology. It includes all expressions which can in one way or
another designate deities. For the first time it is possible to view at once the entire material for any
particular epithet – no matter whether the texts are from the Old Kingdom or from the GraecoRoman Period (including demotic texts).
Das Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen (LGG) enthält auf mehr als 5.500 Seiten
oder 16.500 Spalten, rund 56.500 Haupteinträge, knapp 100.000 Querverweise und etwa 200.000
Textbelege; es ist damit das größte Nachschlagewerk seiner Art in der Ägyptologie. Verzeichnet sind
alle Ausdrücke, die im weitesten Sinne als Bezeichnungen von Gottheiten dienen konnten. Es ist
erstmalig möglich, das gesamte Material zu einem beliebigen Epitheton auf einen Blick zu sichten –
gleichgültig, ob es sich um Texte des Alten Reiches oder der griechisch-römischen Zeit (einschließlich
des Demotischen) handelt.
Band I – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 110 – 647 p. – 978-90-429-1146-8 – 120 EURO
Band II – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 111 – 844 p. – 978-90-429-1147-5 – 120 EURO
Band III – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 112 – 826 p. – 978-90-429-1148-2 – 120 EURO
Band IV – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 113 – 816 p. – 978-90-429-1149-9 – 120 EURO
Band V – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 114 – 973 p. – 978-90-429-1150-5 – 120 EURO
Band VI – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 115 – 746 p. – 978-90-429-1151-2 – 120 EURO
Band VII – 2002 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 116 – 695 p. – 978-90-429-1152-9 – 120 EURO
Band VIII – 2003 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 129 – 802 p. – 978-90-429-1376-9 – 150 EURO
This volume contains the register to the Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen.
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NEW SERIES: BRITISH MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS ON EGYPT AND SUDAN
THE FOURTH CATARACT AND BEYOND
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies
ANDERSON J.R., WELSBY D.A. (eds)
• 2014 – British Museum Publications
on Egypt and Sudan 1
• XXVIII-1194 p.
• 125 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3044-5
The 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies was held at the British Museum, London,
from 1st-6th August 2010. The main sessions, and main papers published herein, were devoted to a
consideration of the Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project, its aftermath and impact. Over de
previous decade this has been the major focus of archaeological activity on the Middle Nile. The dam
is now complete and the reservoir is full drawing a line under the fieldwork component of the project.
It was felt timely, therefore, in the interim to obtain an overview of what was found during the many
years of intensive work and the first main paper speaker in each session sought to do just that. They
were followed by reports on sites, categories of objects and more thematic papers arranged broadly by
period. These highlight that, while the focus of archaeological activity still remains in the Nile Valley
where there is the densest concentration of sites and also where there remains the most concentrated
threat to their survival, much work is being undertaken away from the river and in some cases outside
its catchment area. The role of the deserts is increasingly being appreciated while the role of the savannah and areas even further south has yet to be given the prominence that it probably deserves.
EGYPT IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM AD
Perspectives from New Fieldwork
O’CONNELL E.R. (ed.)
• 2014 – British Museum Publications
on Egypt and Sudan 2
• ca 300 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3071-1
This volume contains the proceedings of the twenty-first annual British Museum International Egyptology
Colloquium, which was the first in the series dedicated to post-pharaonic Egypt. The volume investigates
continuity and change in the archaeological record in the First Millennium AD, focusing on the transitions to and from Late Antiquity (AD 250–800), when Egypt’s population became Christian and, later,
Islam was introduced. The fourteen contributors, representing the overlapping disciplines of Egyptology,
Archaeology and Art History with specialisations in the pharaonic, Roman and Late Antique periods,
present the results of new archaeological research at a range of sites currently under investigation. Seeking
to identify trends and compare results, the volume is organised according to four major themes: 1) settlements, 2) cemeteries, 3) settling rock-cut tombs and quarries and 4) temple–church–mosque. Many
of the contributions address adaptive reuse of earlier architecture, the recycling of earlier monuments as
building material (i.e., spolia), or both. Traditionally neglected by modern scholars in favour of other
periods in Egypt’s long history, the study of First Millennium AD archaeology offers increasingly better
opportunities to evaluate both Egypt’s distinctiveness and its role within the wider Mediterranean region.
FROM OLD CAIRO TO THE NEW WORLD
Coptic Studies Presented to Gawdat Gabra on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday
YOUSSEF Y.N., MOAWAD S. (eds)
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XX-227 p.
75 EURO
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This present volume is dedicated to Gawdat Gabra, the former director of the Coptic Museum in
Cairo and now Professor of Coptology at the University of Claremont in the USA. Dr Gabra is one
of the pioneers of Coptic studies in modern times and the author and editor of many valuable and
highly regarded monographs, series and articles. Although the papers in this volume do not have a
single theme, all of them share an interest and focus on one topic: Egypt. They cover many fields in
Coptology and Egyptology, such as art, Biblical studies, liturgy, Copto-Arabic studies and archaeology. They present the results of recent academic research and archaeological excavations. The seventeen contributors to this volume belong to three continents and work in seven countries all over the
world, but all of them appreciate the long-time efforts of Gawdat Gabra for Coptic studies on an
academic level as well as his indefatigable labour to make laymen aware of Coptic Egypt.
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DAS OPFERRITUAL DES ÄGYPTISCHEN NEUEN REICHES
Band I: Texte. Band II: Übersetzung und Kommentar
TACKE N.
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• XIV-396 p. + VIII-362 p. (2 vol.)
• 120 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2727-8
This PhD thesis from FU Berlin (in German; with a preface by Jan Assmann and an English summary) provides the first complete edition of “The Offering Ritual of the Egyptian New Kingdom”,
formerly known as “Ritual for Amenhotep I”. The ritual’s liturgy covers the daily offering of food to
Amun-Re in Karnak and comprises 51 spells for the daily cult and 17 additional spells for certain
religious festivals. Part I contains a full synopsis of the liturgical texts in hieroglyphic transcription,
based on a new reconstruction of the two separate Papyri Cairo CGC 58030 and Turin CGT 54041,
Papyrus Chester Beatty IX, the texts of respective scene sequences in the temples of Karnak, Abydos
and Medinet Habu, as well as ca 400 other textual sources from all periods of Egypt’s religious history.
Part II consists of a full translation, commentary and critical apparatus of the Egyptian texts, together
with an in-depth analysis of the ritual, covering its theological, historical and practical aspects, and
placing it into the context of other rituals and religious structures of Ancient Egyptian religion. In
that sense, the book does not only fill a long-due desideratum in Egyptology but also provides new
insights relevant for audiences in the fields of theology and history of religions.
THE WORKMAN’S PROGRESS
Studies in the Village of Deir el-Medina and Other Documents from Western Thebes in
Honour of Rob Demarée
HARING B.J.J., KAPER O.E., VAN WALSEM R. (eds)
• 2014 – Egyptologische Uitgaven Egyptological Publications 28
• XIV-332 p.
• 59 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3123-7
This book contains twenty-two papers collected in honour of Robert J. Demarée by his friends and
colleagues. Because of his expertise in the area of Western Thebes and ostraca of the village of Deir
el-Medina in particular, the contributors have sought to address these topics in particular. Central
theme of the Festschrift is the community of workmen of Deir el-Medina, which is investigated from
many different angles. The papers discuss the documentary texts from the village, either written in
graffiti, on papyri or on ostraca, but also aspects of the work in the Valley of the Kings, the workmen’s
use of oil, birthing beds, coffins, stelae as well as their religious beliefs and behaviour. The volume
thus sheds new light on the workmen’s community, as well as on the area of Western Thebes in more
general terms. This volume is a token of gratitude from the Leiden University department of
Egyptology for Rob’s much appreciated contribution to its teaching programme, as well as a tribute
by colleagues worldwide who have worked with him, also in fieldwork projects in Egypt.
INTERPRETATIONS OF SINUHE
Inspired by Two Passages (Proceedings of a Workshop held at Leiden University,
27-29 November 2009)
HAYS H.M., FEDER F., MORENZ L.D. (eds)
• 2014 – Egyptologische Uitgaven Egyptological Publications 27
• VI-243 p.
• 45 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3122-0
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The Tale of Sinuhe is the best-known text from ancient Egypt, and equally the one about which the
most has been written. And yet its depths have not been fully fathomed, in respect neither to its
cultural and literary value, nor to its grammar and lexicon. The present volume originates in a conference held at Leiden University which took as its starting point two passages from the famous story:
one from the beginning of the Tale, and one from the end. The idea was that the text could be opened
up through them, from the inside out. The ten essays of this volume discuss the Tale from many
different viewpoints, bringing new insights to its grammar, its literary ambition, and its cultural
setting.
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THE FIRST PYLON OF THE MUT TEMPLE, SOUTH KARNAK:
ARCHITECTURE, DECORATION, INSCRIPTIONS
The Brooklyn Museum Expedition to the Precinct of Mut at South Karnak
FAZZINI R.A., VAN DIJK J. (eds)
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ca 160 p.
Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-3055-1
The goddess Mut, consort of Amun-Re at Thebes, is one of the goddesses known as the “Eye of Re”
that include Isis, Hathor and Bastet among others. Her temple precinct in South Karnak was a major
religious site from at least the early New Kingdom through the early Roman Period, yet Mut remains
relatively unknown. While badly damaged, the gate in the Mut Temple’s First Pylon bears important
religious texts relating to the goddess and her cult as well as remains of Ramesside scenes recarved in
the Ptolemaic Period. This study of the gateway and its texts, edited by R.A. Fazzini and J. van Dijk,
includes a description of the gateway’s architecture (W.H. Peck), a detailed study of the figural
decoration (R.A. Fazzini) and transcriptions, translations and analyses of the inscriptions (J.-C.
Goyon, J. van Dijk, H. te Velde). Two appendices deal with the recarved Ramesside texts (J. van
Dijk) and aspects of the goddess (J.-C. Goyon).
DENDARA. LE PRONAOS DU TEMPLE D’HATHOR
Analyse de la décoration
CAUVILLE S.
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XXIV-908 p.
• 110 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2730-8
Les trois volumes de traduction du pronaos (Dendara XIII, XIV, XV) font l’objet d’une analyse philologique et religieuse. Tous les textes de Dendara (temple d’Hathor, temple d’Isis, portes d’Hathor
et d’Isis, mammisis) sont transcrits sur ordinateur. À l’aide de cette incomparable banque de données,
il est aisé d’analyser la rédaction des textes du pronaos, notamment dans ce qu’ils ont d’innovant. Les
principes de décoration et la théologie sont commentés à la lumière de 5000 pages de textes hiéroglyphiques.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TENTH INTERNATIONAL
CONGRESS OF EGYPTOLOGISTS, UNIVERSITY OF THE
AEGEAN, RHODES, 22-29 MAY 2008
KOUSOULIS P., LAZARIDIS N. (eds)
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-2550-2
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These volumes publish more than 150 papers presented at the Tenth International Congress of
Egyptologists, organized at the University of the Aegean (Rhodes), 22-29 May 2008. The articles are
arranged in thematic sections, dealing with Archaeology, Royal ideology & society, Belief system &
ritual, Language, literature & epigraphy, Art & vitreous material, Egypt and the south-eastern
Mediterranean world, and Cultural heritage & museology.
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EGYPTIAN. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WRITING
AND LANGUAGE OF THE MIDDLE KINGDOM
Volume I: Grammar, Syntax and Indexes. Volume II: Sign Lists, Exercises and Reading
Texts
BORGHOUTS J.F.
• 2010 – Egyptologische Uitgaven Egyptological Publications 24
• 581 p. + 481 p. (2 vol.)
• 120 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2294-5
This is a data-oriented grammatical description of Middle Egyptian, a now extinct Pharaonic language, spoken and written in the hieroglyphic and hieratic scripts, between 2100 and 1700 before our
era, the period of the Middle Kingdom. Middle Egyptian was regarded by the Egyptians as a classical
stage of their language and it remained in use for a long time after that period. Middle Egyptian texts
are extremely varied and comprise stories, historical narratives, letters, scientific treatises, and a large
number of religious sources. The first volume is a systematic description of the language, illustrated
by a great number of quotations from original texts, and provided with word lists and other indexes.
The second volume leads the reader in a gradual way in 33 lessons through the grammatical description provided in the first volume, and moreover contains an extensive list of hieroglyphic signs and
their values, exercises and, finally, original texts for reading.
COPTIC IN 20 LESSONS
Introduction to Sahidic Coptic. With Exercises & Vocabularies
LAYTON B.
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VIII-204 p.
27 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-1810-8
Coptic in 20 Lessons is written by the author of the most authoritative reference grammar of the Coptic
language, and is based on decades of pedagogical experience. In easy steps and simple explanations, it
teaches the patterns and syntax of Sahidic Coptic, along with the most useful vocabulary. Drills,
compositions, and translation exercises enable the student to gain fluency. All words that occur more
than fifty times in the Sahidic New Testament are introduced lesson by lesson in vocabulary lists,
which are arranged by semantic field and accompanied by both Greek equivalents and English glosses.
The book concludes with three chapters of the Gospel of Mark, in which all new vocabulary is glossed
in footnotes. Coptic in 20 Lessons is the ideal resource for use in the classroom or for teaching oneself
Coptic.
COPTIC PARADIGMS
A Summary of Sahidic Coptic Morphology
STERLING G.E.
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XIV-95 p.
12 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-1872-6
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Facility in reading an ancient language requires several competencies: control of the morphology, a
working vocabulary of common words and phrases, and a grasp of syntax. This pedagogical aide
addresses the first of these by collecting the basic forms and patterns of Sahidic Coptic and presenting
them in a convenient format. It is not a full grammar, but a supplement to a grammar. The work
provides beginning students with an overview of the morphology of Sahidic Coptic so that they can
see the whole of a part of speech or pattern as they learn discrete parts. It offers those who once
learned Coptic but have not been able to maintain it with a concise review. While the work is not
exhaustive, it is complete enough that it can serve as a useful reference for those who teach Coptic.
The work was developed for a course in Coptic at the University of Notre Dame. It is offered in this
venue with the hope that it will help students elsewhere.
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LES TOMBES HYPOGÉES DE BASSE ÉPOQUE
F7, F17, H, j1, Q, n1
ZIEGLER C. (éd.)
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2013 – Fouilles du Louvre à Saqqara 2
XXXVI-517 p. + XII-229 p. (2 vol.)
190 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2447-5
Ce second volume de la publication finale des résultats de la mission archéologique du Louvre à
Saqqara concerne les tombes hypogées de Basse Époque. Illustré de près de 1000 photographies en
couleur, dessins et plans, il présente l’étude des tombes F7, F17, H, j1, Q et n1 découvertes en 20032007 au Nord de la chaussée d’Ounas. Ces tombes hypogées sont exceptionnelles à plus d’un titre. La
plupart étaient inviolées et leur contenu a été retrouvé dans sa disposition originelle. Elles se distinguent par la qualité des objets et leur rare état de conservation. Enfin, une inscription démotique
date précisément l’une d’entre elles de l’an II du pharaon Nectanébo II, 1er mois de l’inondation
(21 novembre-20 décembre 360 av. J.-C.). L’ouvrage, en deux tomes, comprend la description architecturale et archéologique des différentes tombes ainsi que le catalogue détaillé des objets qui y ont été
retrouvés. En fin d’ouvrage, on trouvera une série d’études scientifiques concernant les momies et le
matériel d’embaumeur, les inscriptions (démotique, chypro-grec et copte) ainsi que les matériaux et
les techniques (recherches sur les pigments, les végétaux, les textiles et les cartonnages).
HISTOIRE, GÉOGRAPHIE ET RELIGION DE L’ÉGYPTE
ANCIENNE: OPERA SELECTA
Textes édités et indexés par Ivan Guermeur
YOYOTTE J.
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XXVIII-632 p.
• 95 EURO
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Cet ouvrage réunit quarante-sept études du professeur Jean Yoyotte (1927-2009) dont un certain
nombre de travaux publiés dans des revues non égyptologiques ainsi que les comptes rendus de ses
cours de l’École Pratique des Hautes Études, où il enseigna comme Directeur d’études de 1964 à 1991
et du Collège de France où il fut professeur de 1991 à 1997. Les articles réédités ici sont ceux que
Jean Yoyotte avait choisis. Republiés de manière uniforme et indexés, afin d’en rendre l’usage plus
commode, ils traitent pour la plupart de questions relatives à la pensée religieuse, à la géographie et à
l’histoire de l’Égypte ancienne, qui, quoiqu’il s’intéressa à tous les aspects de la société égyptienne
ancienne, constituent néanmoins ses sujets de recherche privilégiés. Cette somme qui témoigne tant
de son immense érudition et de ses multiples curiosités qu’elle révèle l’enseignant hors pair qu’il était,
s’adresse tout autant aux égyptologues qu’aux spécialistes des cultures du Proche-Orient ancien et du
monde hellénistique et romain.
FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF EGYPTIAN CERAMICS IN
THEIR ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTEXT
BADER B., OWNBY M.F. (eds)
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XII-421 p.
• 90 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2581-6
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This volume presents the papers given at an international conference on “Functional Aspects of
Egyptian Ceramics within their Archaeological Context”, which was held from 24th to 25th July,
2009 at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK. The aim
of this conference was to discuss Egyptian pottery in different archaeological contexts and the employment of ceramics for understanding these deposits. At the same time some archaeological contexts
were utilised to gain insights into the function of pottery, in order to integrate both approaches. The
papers cover domestic, funerary, festival, and ritual contexts and the ceramic finds within them.
Additional topics are the widely neglected reuse of pottery and how ceramic material can be interpreted in its wider socio-economic context. The case studies discuss pottery derived from many sites
in Egypt from the Delta in the north to Elephantine in the south, and cover a chronological range
from the Old Kingdom to the Coptic period. This broad approach ensures that the focus was on the
role of Egyptian pottery within past societies as seen through various types of archaeological contexts.
This volume provides archaeological and ceramic insights that are significant beyond Ancient Egypt.
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ACTS OF THE TENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF
DEMOTIC STUDIES
Leuven, 26-30 August 2008
DEPAUW M., BROUX Y. (eds)
The Acts of the Tenth International Congress of Demotic Studies held in Leuven illustrate the disciplinary diversity of the field. Apart from new editions of documents (receipts, contracts, letters, oracle
questions,...) and presentations of new literary texts (including even those referring to raining frogs),
this volume also contains contributions such as a new proposal to standardize transliterations, a discussion of the classification of magical texts, or a survey of the history of Demotic in Leuven. The volume
will be of interest to egyptologists, papyrologists, and ancient historians.
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XIV-390 p.
• 84 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3008-7
ASPECTS OF DEMOTIC ORTHOGRAPHY
Acts of an International Colloquium held in Trier, 8 November 2010
VLEEMING S.P. (ed.)
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XIV-184 p.
65 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2901-2
While mankind’s fascination with the scripts of ancient Egypt has been a constant across the centuries,
their study as part of modern Egyptology is only as old as the decipherment of the hieroglyphs by
Champollion, now nearly two centuries ago. Although we feel confident that, at least in theory, we
thoroughly understand these scripts, practical difficulties in reading the cursive variants of hieratic and
demotic remain. These are often such that they constantly bring to mind the sometimes abstruse
associations by which the ancient scribes arrived at the various orthographies they invented for writing
the complex lingual structures. Demotic is a particularly interesting case in point, as it belongs to the
multi-layered textual world of the Graeco-Roman period, where hieroglyphs, hieratic and demotic are
usually found in complementary use, but also occasionally in competition with each other. In their
variety, the studies presented in these Acts bear witness to the rich texture of the script by investigating several parameters by which it may be measured, including the reading of individual signs and
grammatical categories such as verbal morphology. Indices of words and signs discussed, as well as a
full bibliography of studies in monographs and articles relating to the topic, complete the volume.
A BERICHTIGUNGSLISTE OF DEMOTIC DOCUMENTS
C. Indexes of New and Rejected Readings
HARTMANN I., VLEEMING S.P. (eds)
To complement the text-based organization of the emendations and corrections listed in the Demotic
Berichtigungsliste vols. A-B, this volume provides the Indexes of Rejected and Adopted Readings.
These enable the reader to search for individual lexemes, be they words, names of gods or private
persons, toponyms, titles, or numerals. In an additional Index all randomly published texts, i.e. texts
published in periodicals and volumes of miscellaneous studies (Festschriften, Proceedings of Congresses
and Colloquia, etc.), are listed under their inventory numbers in order to enable the reader to ascertain
the heading under which a given text can be found.
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XIV p. 863-1133
72 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2900-5
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Also available:
den Brinker A.A., Muhs B.P., Vleeming S.P. (eds), A Berichtigungsliste of Demotic Documents.
A. Papyrus Editions, 2005, LII-410 p., ISBN 978-90-429-1603-6
72 EURO
den Brinker A.A., Muhs B.P., Vleeming S.P. (eds), A Berichtigungsliste of Demotic Documents.
B. Ostrakon Editions and Various Publications, 2005, VIII p. 411-861, ISBN 978-90-429-1604-3
72 EURO`
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DOUBLE NAMES AND ELITE STRATEGY IN ROMAN
EGYPT
BROUX Y.
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2014 – Studia Hellenistica 54
ca 375 p.
Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-3125-1
In this detailed study of double names in Egypt, Yanne Broux explores how the age-old tradition of
polyonymy flourished under Roman rule. While in the Ptolemaic period double names were mainly
bilingual and were thus connected to the concept of ethnicity, they underwent a significant change
starting around the middle of the first century AD and culminating in the third. Broux argues that
this shift from Ptolemaic Greek-Egyptian to Roman Greek-Greek double names was the outcome of
two structures introduced by the Romans: the strict social hierarchy on the one hand, and the municipalization of the metropoleis, which led to the rise of the local elite, on the other. This resulted in a
strong emphasis on Greek identity and descent, and double names lent themselves exceptionally well
for this purpose. They bring to the fore the importance that the local elite attached to Greek identity
and descent, and, perhaps, as a wink to the (forbidden?) tria nomina, provided a means to distinguish
their prominent bearers from the rest of the Egyptian population.
QASR IBRIM, BETWEEN EGYPT AND AFRICA
Studies in Cultural Exchange (NINO Symposium, Leiden, 11-12 December 2009)
VAN DER VLIET J., HAGEN J.L. (eds)
• 2013 – Egyptologische Uitgaven Egyptological Publications 26
• VI-191 p.
• 40 EURO
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The natural citadel of Qasr Ibrim in Northern Nubia occupied for thousands of years a strategic position between Egypt and the Middle Nile region, the present-day Sudan. This volume contains thirteen
papers that focus on Qasr Ibrim as a key witness to cultural interaction between Egypt and the world
of the Mediterranean on the one hand, and Africa, the Sudan and beyond on the other. Drawing their
inspiration from the rich material found on site, these papers combine text-based and archaeological
approaches. Particular attention is paid, for instance, to pottery and textile finds, while texts written
in Demotic, Meroitic, Greek, Coptic, Old Nubian and Arabic are presented and discussed. Beyond
the mere presentation of material, the volume addresses more general questions concerning cultural
liminality, the role of indigenous versus foreign models and centre-periphery relations. Above all,
however, it chronicles a fascinating chapter in the history of North-South contacts.
INSIDE AND OUT
Interactions between Rome and the Peoples on the Arabian and Egyptian Frontiers
in Late Antiquity
DIJKSTRA J.H.F., FISHER G. (eds)
• 2014 – Late Antique History and
Religion 8
• ca 450 p.
• Forthcoming
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In recent years, exciting new discoveries of inscriptions and archaeological remains on the Arabian
Peninsula have led to a re-evaluation of the peoples on the Arabian frontier, which through their
extensive contacts with Rome and Persia are now seen as dynamic participants in the Late Antique
world. The present volume contributes to this recent trend by focusing on the contrast between the
‘outside’ sources on the peoples of the frontier – the Roman view – and the ‘inside’ sources, that is,
the precious material produced by the Arabs themselves, and by approaching these sources within an
anthropological framework of how peripheral peoples face larger powers. For the first time, the
situation on the Arabian frontier is also compared with that on the southern Egyptian frontier, where
similar sources have been found of peoples such as the Blemmyes and Noubades. Thus, the volume
offers a richly-documented examination of the frontier interactions in these two vibrant and criticallyimportant areas of the Late Antique East.
The book is of interest to anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, Egyptologists, Arabists, epigraphists and papyrologists and, in general, to all scholars working in the period of Late Antiquity.
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EGYPTOLOGY & COPTOLOGY
KELLIA. KÔM QOUÇOÛR ‘ÎSÂ 1
Fouilles de 1965 à 1978
WEIDMANN D.
• 2013 – Recherches suisses d’archéologie copte 4
• 538 p. + 12 dépliants
• 95 EURO
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Le Kôm 1 (QIs 1), en marge de l’ensemble monastique de Qouçoûr ʽÎsâ, dans le désert des Kellia, a
été fouillé intégralement entre 1965 et 1978. Il contenait les plus anciens témoins de l’occupation du
site et le centre de réunion hebdomadaire des ermites, jusqu’à sa désaffectation au second quart du
VIIe s. Développé à partir d’un groupe de cellules primitives (seconde moitié du IVe s.), QIs 1 a été
doté de trois églises (fin IVe s.; après 451; dernier quart VIe s.). Neuf états successifs sont décrits et
reconstitués de manière détaillée, datés par de riches ensembles céramiques et monétaires. L’analyse
propose les fonctions des constructions découvertes: enceintes, tour-refuge, memoriae, cellules, locaux
pour réunions et repas, cuisines, boulangeries, ateliers, magasins...
Analyse comparée du second centre de réunion des Kellia, après 451 AD (Qaçr Ouaheida) et synthèse
du développement du site. Étude et catalogues de la céramique, des monnaies, inscriptions et décors
(dont un opus sectile en verre). Études spécialisées (reliques, installations textiles, restes végétaux et
animaux, briques et mortiers).
DAS KOPTISCH HAGIOGRAPHISCHE DOSSIER DES
HEILIGEN KOLLUTHOS
Arzt, Märtyrer und Wunderheiler
SCHENKE G.
• 2013 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 650, Subsidia 132
• XII-340 p.
• 115 EURO
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Wer war der Heilige Kolluthos, dieser berühmte Arzt des spätantiken Ägyptens, dem so zahlreich
Orakelfragen gestellt wurden, dass sie bei Ausgrabungen in der Stadt Antinoe zuhauf zutage treten?
Der hier vorgelegte Band bietet eine Neuedition der für den Heiligen Kolluthos koptisch bekannten
literarischen Texte, die bislang nur einzeln und weit verstreut publiziert worden sind. Auf der
Grundlage dieses Textcorpus wird das Leben des ägyptischen Heiligen, seine ungewöhnliche Existenz
und ärztliche Laufbahn, sein Martyrium und schließlich die als von seinen Gebeinen ausgehend wahrgenommene Wunderkraft näher beleuchtet. Vor dem Hintergrund der für die christliche
Märtyrerliteratur typischen Textgattungen – Martyrium, Encomion und Miracula – wird das für den
Heiligen Kolluthos kohärente sahidische Textcorpus nicht nur neu ediert und übersetzt, sondern auch
im Einzelnen erklärt und kommentiert. Jedem Text ist eine Einführung in seine jeweilige Textgattung
beigefügt, die ihre spezifischen Eigenheiten herausarbeitet, wodurch der Sinn und Zweck dieser
Literaturform verdeutlicht wird.
DIE PACHOM-BRIEFE
Übersetzung und Deutung
JOEST C.
• 2014 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 655, Subsidia 133
• ca 450 p.
• Forthcoming
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Erstmals werden hier alle zwölf Briefe des oberägyptischen Mönchsvaters Pachom (287-347) auf
Deutsch veröffentlicht. Die merkwürdige „Geheimschrift“, die mehr als die Hälfte dieser Dokumente
durchzieht, hat schon immer Kopfzerbrechen bereitet, angefangen bei Pachoms Mitbrüdern und bei
Hieronymus, der sie ins Lateinische übersetzt hat, über den Jesuiten Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680),
bis hin zu Forschern des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts wie Emanuele Testa, Ilona Opelt und Hans Quecke.
In diesem Buch wird ein Lösungsvorschlag vorgelegt, der in sich konsistent ist und sich in der
Durchführung als tragfähig erweist. So tritt neben die Übersetzung der Briefe auch ihre Deutung.
Besonders auffallend ist das Buchstabenquadrat, das sich mitten unter den Briefen befindet, dessen
Deutung sich aber gleichfalls an die für die Briefe entwickelten Lösungsansätze anschließt. Die Botschaft
Pachoms, die in allen Briefen zum Ausdruck kommt, stützt sich auf vier einfache Grundgedanken:
1. Warnung vor irdischer Gesinnung, 2. In der Bedrängnis finden wir Rettung, 3. Gottes Gebot
besteht in der Bruderliebe, 4. Diese gilt es zu erfüllen angesichts der Ewigkeit. Mit diesen Gedanken
ist Pachom verankert in der Mönchstheologie seiner Zeit. Sein Spezifikum als „Vater der Koinobiten“
tritt aber in dem 3. und 4. Grundgedanken in besonders charakteristischer Weise hervor.
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LA VALLÉE DES ROIS
Itinéraire du visiteur
CAUVILLE S., IBRAHIM ALI M.
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IV-453 p.
39 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-3095-7
Les Pyramides, prodigieux monuments défiant le temps et l’espace des hauteurs, témoignent devant
l’univers de l’existence immuable du vieux pays; le pharaon, protégé par la pierre souveraine, gagne
l’infini du ciel et repose parmi les astres. Les tombes de la Vallée des Rois sont en quelque sorte des
pyramides inversées que le souverain parcourt et où il séjourne, seul spectateur initié de ces images
mystérieuses – grandioses ou terrifiantes – qui jalonnent l’espace souterrain.
Les hypogées royaux, conservatoire de la quintessence théologique et astronomique égyptienne, transmettent leur message en une débauche de couleurs qui, plus encore que les hiéroglyphes finement
ciselés ou les silhouettes artistement esquissées, donnent accès à l’ineffable. Le pharaon quitte le séjour
des vivants pour un lieu où règne en maître le disque rouge du Soleil de la nuit, nimbé d’une lumière
d’or qui anime dieux et génies. L’espace de quelques heures, il n’est plus l’astre de la vie terrestre;
il plonge dans le monde minéral des morts et ressurgit dans celui, végétal, des vivants. Il est conduit
vers l’éternité dans l’intégrité de son corps; il perpétue alors non seulement son nom et sa dynastie,
mais aussi la marche du monde. Le pharaon a pénétré le Grand Mystère, celui de la Première Fois,
lors duquel l’astre igné et le limon fécondateur fusionnent et engendrent la divinité: dans l’AutreMonde, en un cycle quotidiennement répété, Rê incandescent ranime Osiris léthargique et Osiris
redressé exhausse des profondeurs l’autre face de l’Âme double, Rê de feu.
PHILÆ
Itinéraire du visiteur
CAUVILLE S., IBRAHIM ALI M.
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IV-328 p.
35 EURO
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Comme elle est belle, cette ville apparue au sein des eaux! Elle existe depuis le commencement, alors que la
terre était dans la nuit et les ténèbres. Elle est un havre quand on vient du sud, une rade quand on vient
du nord. Cette phrase, vieille de deux millénaires, pourrait être écrite aujourd’hui, et de fait temps et
espace sont suspendus pour quiconque voit surgir Philæ au milieu des eaux miroitantes sous le soleil.
Philæ, bout du monde pour les Égyptiens et les Grecs anciens, est le point de rencontre culturel des
civilisations méditerranéennes et des Nubiens venus des profondeurs de l’Afrique. Les tableaux qui
décorent ses temples reflètent cette position stratégique de l’Île des temps anciens: les dieux de Nubie,
de Philæ même, d’Éléphantine côtoient, en s’y indentifiant parfois, ceux des métropoles religieuses de
l’Égypte. Le mythe de l’éternel retour d’Osiris et de la crue du Nil donne son harmonieuse cohérence
à cette synthèse théologique. Une promenade dans cet écrin lumineux, tout différent des grands sanctuaires à la masse écrasante et austère, fait retrouver l’enchantement qu’exprime un visiteur contemporain des Ptolémées et des Césars: Celui qui a adoré l’Isis de Philæ a un sort heureux, non pas seulement
parce qu’il devient riche, mais parce qu’en même temps il obtient une longue vie.
Nombreux en effet sont ceux qui ont foulé le sol sacré; ils ont immortalisé leur présence et leur ferveur
en hiéroglyphes, en démotique, en grec, en latin, en copte, en arabe – en français aussi, tels les braves
de Bonaparte, et même en italien avec les envoyés du pape de Rome.
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ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN STUDIES
ARCHAEOZOOLOGY OF THE NEAR EAST X
Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on the Archaeozoology
of South-Western Asia and Adjacent Areas
DE CUPERE B., LINSEELE V., HAMILTON-DYER S. (eds)
• 2013 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Supplement 44
• X-420 p.
• 105 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2966-1
This volume presents the proceedings of the 10th international meeting of the working group
“Archaeozoology of South-Western Asia and Adjacent Areas” (ASWA X). The meeting took place at
the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (Brussels, Belgium) from June 28 to June 30, 2011.
The 20 contributions presented here deal with a wide range of topics related to the human-animal
interactions and gather the results of research that has been conducted in Anatolia and the Levant,
more eastern regions (Armenia and Azerbaijan), northern Africa (Egypt and Sudan) and Oman.
Research questions include issues such as the exploitation of animal resources, changing animal use,
herding practices, social differences and/or identities, trade, animal burials and sacrifices, and cover
periods ranging from the PPNB up to the Early Islamic period.
UNEARTHING THE WILDERNESS
Studies on the History and Archaeology of the Negev and Edom in the Iron Age
TEBES J.M. (ed.)
• 2014 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Supplement 45
• X-306 p.
• 90 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2973-9
The arid areas of the Negev and Edom played a prominent role in the socio-economic and cultural
development of the Iron Age civilizations of the southern Levant and northwestern Arabia, being at
the interface of key trade routes, providing essential resources and developing cultic practices that
spread to neighbouring regions. This volume comprises the papers presented at the symposium
“Unearthing the Wilderness: Workshop on the History and Archaeology of the Negev and Edom
in the Iron Age”, held at the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Jerusalem, on
12 December 2010, and supplemented with studies from other leading scholars. Research questions
include the socio-economic and political fluctuations in the arid margins of the southern Levant,
southern Judah, and the northern Hejaz in the Iron Age, the exploitation of the copper mines of
Timna under New Kingdom Egyptian and local control, the relationships between the southern
Levant and the Arabian world as seen from the archaeological and epigraphic record, and the question
of the “Edomite” pottery assemblage in late Iron Age Judah.
THE LATE THIRD MILLENNIUM BCE IN THE CENTRAL
ORONTES, SYRIA
Ceramics, Chronology and Cultural Connections
KENNEDY M.
• 2014 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Supplement 46
• ca 525 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3011-7
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This volume examines the florescene of urban society during the mid to late Third Millennium BCE
in the northern Levant, focusing on the largely unexplored region of the central Orontes Valley,
specifically the site of Tell Nebi Mend, ancient Qadesh (on the Orontes). This work seeks to explore
the role and significance of ‘small’ regional sites during the Early Bronze Age IV, by presenting
a detailed stratigraphic and ceramic analysis of the Tell Nebi Mend sequence from the mid
Third Millennium (Early Bronze Age III) through the early Second Millennium BCE (Middle Bronze
Age I). One of the principal aims is to construct a detailed ceramic typology for Tell Nebi Mend
and the central Orontes during the late Third Millennium BCE. This stratigraphically anchored
assemblage was designed as a foil for the more intensively investigated ‘mega-site’ sequences of the
region, such as Ebla and Hama. It was also designed to explore and examine the development and
evolution of regional ceramic horizons and the growth of inter-site interaction that occurred during
the later Early Bronze Age. The ceramic and stratigraphic information presented sheds new and
important light on many of the key research issues that surround the Early Bronze Age IV, such as
the nature of the Early Bronze Age III-IV transition and the regional response to the ‘collapse’ of the
Early Bronze Age urban system ca. 2000 BCE.
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ACROSS THE BORDER: LATE BRONZE-IRON AGE
RELATIONS BETWEEN SYRIA AND ANATOLIA
YENER K.A. (ed.)
• 2013 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Supplement 42
• VIII-542 p.
• 98 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2715-5
One of the most intriguing issues facing archaeologists working in the second millennium BC is the
collapse of Late Bronze Age palace economies and the rise of smaller principalities called the Iron Age
kingdoms. Some of these kingdoms retain vestiges of the previous Hittite Empire while others represent an ethnic diversity of newly emerging centers of power. The decentralized kingdoms stretch from
Cilicia to the Tigris River and are situated on both sides of the modern border of Syria and Turkey.
Theories about this political transition have varied from environmental causes, internal dynastic
squabbles in Hattusha, to marauding bands of mythical “Sea Peoples”. Modern political realities
across the border between Turkey and Syria have often minimized the flow of scholarly information
about this important collapse. This book compares archaeological data from new as well as established
excavations dating to the Late Bronze and Iron Ages. Special attention is given to significant new
understandings of chronology that will contextualize the structural collapses at the end of the Late
Bronze Age and will illuminate the rise of new Iron Age kingdoms and their imperial ambitions.
ÉTUDES OUGARITIQUES III
MATOÏAN V., AL-MAQDISSI M. (éd.)
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XVIII-490 p.
75 EURO
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Les études présentées dans ce volume portent sur les deux sites voisins de Ras Shamra et Ras Ibn Hani,
localisés sur le littoral syrien à quelques kilomètres au nord de la ville de Lattaquié. Une première
partie comporte quinze textes relatifs à des recherches menées dans le cadre de la Mission archéologique syro-française de Ras Shamra - Ougarit. Les résultats portent principalement sur l’âge du Bronze
et, pour l’essentiel, sur la période du Bronze récent. Ils concernent, d’une part, des travaux de terrain
(études de plusieurs bâtiments et d’aménagements hydrauliques, analyses des techniques de construction) et, d’autre part, des études du matériel archéologique et épigraphique, avec la présentation de
pièces inédites, provenant des fouilles en cours ainsi que de l’exploration ancienne du tell de Ras
Shamra et du site de Minet el-Beida. Dans une seconde partie, quatre articles portent sur Ras Ibn
Hani. Le premier présente les résultats d’un sondage menée à Ibn Hani en 1987, qui a permis de
mettre en évidence une occupation du Bronze ancien dans le secteur. Puis, trois rapports préliminaires
relatifs à la campagne de fouille, menée en 2011 par la Direction générale des Antiquités et des Musées
de Syrie sur le site de Ras Ibn Hani, apportent de nouvelles données sur l’occupation de ce secteur,
du Bronze récent à l’époque byzantine.
PRÉSENCE ET POUVOIR HITTITES À OUGARIT
Le cas des DUMU.LUGAL
LEBRUN C.
• 2014 – Publications de l’Institut
Orientaliste de Louvain 66
• XXXIV-359 p.
• Forthcoming
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Cet ouvrage est un exposé exhaustif des DUMU.LUGAL “fils royaux” de facture hittite, louvite et
hourrite dans les textes et sceaux d’Ougarit, d’Emar et de Bogazköy. Ce terme DUMU.LUGAL est
analysé dans différentes langues au travers d’une série de personnes aux activités diverses dans la
société. Parmi eux, la plupart appartiennent au domaine administratif de la gestion d’un état ou d’une
province et au domaine militaire. Leur étude a permis d’établir des équivalences entre le cunéiforme
et les hiéroglyphes hittito-louvites ou entre deux langues. Le rôle et la place que tiennent ces DUMU.
LUGAL dans la société sont ainsi mis en évidence. Une comparaison est faite entre le DUMU.
LUGAL qui se lit REX.FILIUS en hiéroglyphe hittito-louvite et les termes TARTENNU (akkadien),
tukhkanti (hittite), utryn (ougaritique), PRINCEPS (hiéroglyphe) signifiant le «prince héritier». Ce
terme DUMU.LUGAL se dit MAR SHARRI en akkadien, bn mlk en ougaritique et se lit REX.FILIUS
en écriture hiéroglyphique hittito-louvite. Mais nous ignorons son équivalence en louvite et en hourrite. Néanmoins en hittite comme peut-être en louvite la lecture pourrait être khassant- (participe de
khas- «ouvrir») = le «natif», le «bien-né». En fait, khassu- (adjectif substantivé) désigne spécifiquement
le chef d’une région en tant qu’il est le natif par excellence. De ce fait, ce terme khassant- est proposé
comme lecture hittite probable et peut-être louvite de DUMU.LUGAL.
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ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN STUDIES
SEMITIC LINGUISTICS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
LIPINSKI E.
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
230
• XVI-725 p.
• 95 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3020-9
The present work is conceived as a companion volume to the author’s Semitic Languages. Outline of
a Comparative Grammar. Its purpose is to show the birth and development of Semitic linguistics in
broad lines, but also to pay a closer attention to languages which have played a minor role in the
Comparative Grammar, while they are actively studied at present, viz. Middle Aramaic, Mandaic,
Neo-Aramaic. Suggestions are also made for a renewed research on some conjugation forms in
Old Aramaic, Classical Hebrew, Ugaritic, Epigraphic Southern Arabian, also Beja, whose links with
Semitic are stronger than often assumed. Attention is paid to the existence of a “continued” aspect
beside the “performed” one and the “not (yet) performed”, also to the relations between Old Egyptian
and Semitic, especially in the question of the correspondence of the consonants in earlier periods.
Finally, the traces of an ergative grammatical system are underscored, not only in Semitic, but even
more in Libyco-Berber, the Afro-Asiatic phylum which is nearest to Semitic, and closer attention is
paid to research in the field of Proto-Semitic roots, apparently monosyllabic.
MARDUK-RĒMANNI
Local Networks and Imperial Politics in Achaemenid Babylonia
WAERZEGGERS C.
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Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-3040-7
Marduk-remanni was a Babylonian man who lived in the provincial town of Sippar during the first
decades of Persian rule in Mesopotamia (second half of the sixth century BC). His archive of c. 187
cuneiform texts was found in 1881 during excavations carried out on behalf of the British Museum,
but since then it has received little attention. On first sight, the historical relevance of Mardukremanni’s records seems minimal. They relate to his private assets, business enterprises, and legal
concerns – matters that barely seem to transcend the personal and local spheres. But upon closer
scrutiny, it becomes clear that Marduk-remanni was at the centre of a far-flung personal network and
that his life, despite his having lived far from the political centre, reflects many of the developments
and changes taking place at the highest imperial level. He was a child when Cyrus the Great of Persia
conquered Babylonia, and although this regime change caused little upheaval outside the political
arena at first, by the time of Marduk-remanni’s death several decades later, the world of his childhood
had changed. His life had taken a completely different course than that of his father and grandfather.
He had traveled near and far, visiting the Persian court at Susa on several occasions. No longer were
the horizons of his world confined to the Babylonian heartland, as they had been for his father and
grandfather. Marduk-remanni was born in provincial Babylonia, but he died as a citizen of a world
empire. This book traces the social, economic and political dynamics that transformed his life.
NISILI. MANUEL DE LANGUE HITTITE
Volume II: Le système verbal hittite
VANSÉVEREN S.
• 2014 – Lettres Orientales et Classiques
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• X-251 p.
• 34 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3018-6
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Ce volume consacré au système verbal hittite s’inscrit dans la continuité du premier volume de Nisili,
Manuel de langue hittite. La perspective de l’ouvrage est essentiellement morphologique et a pour
objectif d’offrir une synthèse sur le système verbal hittite selon les différentes classes flexionnelles
identifiées en synchronie. À cette perspective synchronique sont également ajoutées des considérations
d’ordre diachronique, replaçant d’une part le verbe hittite dans le cadre de la comparaison et de la
reconstruction du système verbal indo-européen, et, d’autre part, les différentes classes flexionnelles
dans leur histoire. Il s’agit de mettre en évidence les différents phénomènes (analogie, perte de caractéristiques, perméabilité des types flexionnels) qui permettent d’expliquer l’émergence et la constitution des classes flexionnelles.
Also available: Vanséveren S., Nisili. Manuel de langue hittite. Volume I, 2006, VI-275 p., ISBN 97890-429-1797-2
34 EURO
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EARLY IRON AGE EXCHANGE IN THE WEST:
PHOENICIANS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
AND THE ATLANTIC
PAPPA E.
• 2013 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
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• XX-373 p.
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The so-called Phoenician ‘expansion’ in the western Mediterranean is treated here from the point of
view of the social and economic factors that led to the phenomenon and the way it evolved over a
period of approximately 300 years. To this end, the book gathers, collates and analyses the disparate
evidence for networks of interaction in the western Mediterranean and Atlantic regions of Europe and
north Africa in the period from the 9th to the 7th century BC. The focus form the less well-known
areas of the expansion, the Iberian Peninsula and north-west Africa, which are studied within the
broader context of Mediterranean interactions in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age periods from
the Near East to the Atlantic. The discussion is detailed and takes into account some of the latest
archaeological discoveries, along with previously unpublished material. Detailed descriptions of
selected sites are provided in an appendix.
TAS-SILĠ, MARSAXLOKK (MALTA) I
Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005
BONANNO A., VELLA N.C. (eds)
• 2014 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
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• ca 550 p.
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Tas-Silġ, on the south-east coast of the island of Malta, is a major multi-period site, with archaeological remains spanning four thousand years. A megalithic temple complex built in the early third
millennium BC gave way to a Phoenician and Punic sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Astarte. The
sacred place underwent major transformations in Roman times, becoming an international religious
complex dedicated to the goddess Juno. Located on the maritime routes plied by mariners and traders,
its fame did not escape the attention of the first-century BC orator Cicero. Excavated as part of a
major archaeological project in the 1960s, the site of Tas-Silġ lay abandoned for several decades. In
1996, the University of Malta renewed excavations at the site for ten seasons, uncovering Neolithic
and Late Bronze Age occupation levels, and substantial deposits associated with ritual offerings of
Punic date. This volume is the first monograph of the final publication of the excavations. It provides
an account of those excavations and of the studies which accompanied them, including the lithic
assemblages, the figurative representations, scarabs and amulets, the worked stone, the coins, and
environmental analyses. It forms a companion volume to the second monograph, which reports on
the pottery and the inscribed pottery.
TAS-SILĠ, MARSAXLOKK (MALTA) II
Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005
BONANNO A., VELLA N.C. (eds)
• 2014 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
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• ca 700 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3077-3
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Tas-Silġ, on the south-east coast of the island of Malta, is a major multi-period site, with archaeological remains spanning four thousand years. A megalithic temple complex built in the early third
millennium BC gave way to a Phoenician and Punic sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Astarte. The
sacred place underwent major transformations in Roman times, becoming an international religious
complex dedicated to the goddess Juno. Located on the maritime routes plied by mariners and traders,
its fame did not escape the attention of the first-century BC orator Cicero. Excavated as part of a
major archaeological project in the 1960s, the site of Tas-Silġ lay abandoned for several decades. In
1996, the University of Malta renewed excavations at the site for ten seasons, uncovering Neolithic
and Late Bronze Age occupation levels, and substantial deposits associated with ritual offerings of
Punic date. This volume is the second monograph of the final publication of the excavations. It provides an account of the pottery and of the hundreds of inscribed pottery sherds that were recovered
during the excavations. It forms a companion volume to the first monograph, which reports on the
history of the site and other finds.
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IRANIAN STUDIES
EXCAVATIONS AT TEPE GURAN
The Neolithic Period
MORTENSEN P.
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VIII-145 p.
85 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-3047-6
In 1963 excavations at Tepe Guran in Luristan revealed a series of occupations, representing a small
Neolithic village with an economy based on dry-farming, herding, and hunting, and strongly dependant on the nearby rivers and hills. A unique sequence of a-ceramic and early ceramic levels covering
a period of more than a thousand years (c. 6700-5500 BC) were uncovered. Peder Mortensen’s book
is the final report on the excavations, supplemented by sections on the prehistoric environment and
on hunting and early animal domestication at Tepe Guran by Kent V. Flannery and Pernille
Bangsgaard. The results are presented within a framework of reflections relating to the author’s and
to other scholars’ recent research on the development of Neolithic settlement and subsistence patterns
in the Central Zagros region.
YANIK TEPE, NORTHWESTERN IRAN
The Early Trans-Caucasian Period. Stratigraphy and Architecture
SUMMERS G.D.
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Excavations at Yanik Tepe were conducted by Charles A. Burney over three seasons from 1960 to
1962. The site is located to the northeast of Lake Urmia, some 20 km from Tabriz. This volume
comprises the final report on the long sequences of stratigraphy and architecture belonging to
the Early Trans-Caucasian (ETC) period which lasted from about 3000 BCE into the early second
millennium. It is argued that the ETC people who founded the village came from a long tradition
of settled farming. While the first phase, ETC I, is characterised by round houses and the second,
ETC II, by agglutinative rectilinear building there is strong continuity in the use of space and,
particularly, of built-in kitchen ranges. The descriptive text is enhanced by numerous photographs
and line drawings. A concluding chapter makes pertinent comment on chronology and the place
of Yanik Tepe within a wider setting. A foreword by Charles Burney provides colourful background
to his pioneering excavations.
BIBLIOGRAPHIE ANALYTIQUE DE L’ARCHÉOLOGIE DE
L’IRAN ANCIEN
Supplément 5: 2004-2010
DE SCHACHT T., HAERINCK E.
• 2013 – Suppléments à Iranica Antiqua
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• X-159 p.
• 64 EURO
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This analytical bibliography of pre-Islamic archaeology in Iran covers the years 2004 to 2010 and
contains 1412 entries. It is based on the same concept as the previous five volumes. A first part covers
general works, has chapters on methodology, architecture and iconography covering various periods,
as well as a chapter on exhibitions and collections. A second part is devoted to the archaeological sites,
listed along the principal regions. The third part lists the publications arranged in chronological
sections. An index of authors is provided.
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LE SORT DES GÂTHÂS ET AUTRES ÉTUDES IRANIENNES
IN MEMORIAM JACQUES DUCHESNE-GUILLEMIN
PIRART É. (ed.)
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VIII-224 p.
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Les circonstances ont dicté la matière de cet hommage: quelques études iraniennes diverses ont pris
place à côté des actes d’un colloque (Liège, avril 2010) avec lequel l’Université de Liège venait de
célébrer le centenaire de Jacques Duchesne-Guillemin. L’intitulé du colloque, Le sort des Gâthâs, faisait
écho à la traduction que Jacques Duchesne-Guillemin avait donnée des Gâthâs dans son Zoroastre
(1948), important jalon des études de l’Iran ancien. Les principes directeurs de la rencontre étaient de
traiter une question la plus précise possible et encore débattue, pour laquelle des études philologiques
techniques puissent apporter une solution positive et de le faire avec un nombre restreint de participants choisis sur la seule base de leurs apports récents sur le sujet: le résultat de l’entreprise fut
à la hauteur de l’hommage qu’il convenait de rendre à l’une des plus grandes figures de l’iranologie.
Le thème du colloque, la réutilisation et le rôle des passages vieil-avestiques dans la littérature
mazdéenne ultérieure, avestique récente, mais aussi moyen-iranienne, a été abordé de plusieurs façons.
HUSRAW Ī KAWĀDĀN UD RĒDAG-Ē
KHOSROW FILS DE KAWĀD ET UN PAGE
Texte pehlevi édité et traduit
AZARNOUCHE S.
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211 p.
30 EURO
ISBN 978-2-910640-35-4
Nos connaissances sur l’éducation de la noblesse sassanide et les mœurs de cour proviennent essentiellement du texte pehlevi intitulé Husraw ī Kawādān ud Rēdag-ē «Khosrow fils de Kawād et un page»
qui fait ici l’objet d’une nouvelle édition commentée d’après le manuscrit MK, accompagnée pour la
première fois d’une traduction française. Conçu comme un dialogue, ce récit retrace l’histoire d’un
jeune page à la cour du roi sassanide Khosrow Ier (531-579 de notre ère) qui, grâce à sa sagesse et son
courage, parvient à regagner son rang hiérarchique. Ce «manifeste» de l’éducation aristocratique a pris
corps sous la forme de nombreuses listes lexicales qui se prêtent volontiers à une analyse philologique
détaillée.
OBJETS ET DOCUMENTS INSCRITS EN PARSIG
Francois Baratte, Osmund Bopearachchi, Rika Gyselen, Nicholas Sims-Williams, «Un plat romain
inscrit en bactrien et parsig»; Philippe Gignoux, «Une archive post-sassanide du Tabaristan (1)»; Rika
Gyselen, «Scellements dans l’archive post-sassanide du Tabaristan (1)»; Rika Gyselen, «Le Tabaristan:
lieu de mémoire sassanide»; Rika Gyselen, «Nouvelles bulles sassanides de la collection Saeedi à
Londres»; Rika Gyselen, «Bulles sassanides du British Museum de Londres»; Rika Gyselen et Youssef
Monsef, «Décryptage de noms propres sur des monogrammes sassanides (1)»; Malek Iradj Mochiri,
«Monnaies de Khusraw III».
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218 p.
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MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
CITIES AND CITADELS IN TURKEY
From the Iron Age to the Seljuks
REDFORD S., ERGIN N. (eds)
For millennia, walled citadels have served both as residences for rulers and military forces and as sacred
centers embodying the power of the elite. The outcome of a symposium organized by Koç University’s
Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations, the essays in this volume are by leading scholars on the
area that is now Turkey, from the first millennium BC through the fourteenth century AD. They
examine the phenomenon of citadels in a comparative perspective in Anatolia and neighboring
regions. Archaeology, art history, and history are brought to bear on the phenomenon of the citadel
in its urban context.
• 2013 – Ancient Near Eastern
Studies Supplement 40
• X-346 p.
• 86 EURO
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EGYPT AND SYRIA IN THE FATIMID, AYYUBID AND
MAMLUK ERAS VII
Proceedings of the 16th, 17th and 18th International Colloquium Organized at Ghent
University in May 2007, 2008 and 2009
VERMEULEN U., D’HULSTER K., VAN STEENBERGEN J. (eds)
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
223
• XVI-561 p.
• 89 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2631-8
The seventh volume of proceedings of the International Colloquia on the History of Egypt and Syria
in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras covers the 16th, 17th and 18th gatherings, organized at
Ghent University in 2007, 2008 and 2009. True to tradition, the 28 articles deal with a wide variety
of scholarly subjects, all revolving around the central theme of Syro-Egypt’s high and late medieval
history. Topics dealt with include archaeology, architecture, codicology, economic, political, and
religious history, as well as belles-lettres. With contributions by C.D. Baker, M. Brett, P.-V. Claverie,
N. Coureas, K. Damgaard, J. Drory, J.-Ch. Ducène, Y. Frenkel, H. Halm, H. Hanisch, A.R. Lalani,
S. Laor-Sirak, Y. Lev, P. Lewicka, J.-M. Mouton & B. Dayoub, L. Richter-Bernburg, A. Schippers,
A. Stewart, J. Yeshaya and Th.M. Wijntjes.
YŪSUF AL-SHIRBĪNĪ’S KITĀB HAZZ AL-QUḤŪF
BI-SHARḤ QAṢĪD ABĪ SHĀDŪF (“BRAINS CONFOUNDED
BY THE ODE OF ABU SHĀDŪF EXPOUNDED”)
Volume III: A Lexicon of 17th-century Egyptian Arabic
DAVIES H.T.
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XII-141 p.
• 84 EURO
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This lexicon complements the critical edition (OLA 141) and translation (OLA 166) of Yūsuf
al-Shirbīnī’s celebrated portrait of Egyptian rural society in the seventeenth century, Hazz al-Quḥūf
bi-Sharḥ Qaṣīd Abī Shādūf (Brains Confounded by the Ode of Abu Shādūf Expounded), a work that, with
some six thousand words of contextualized colloquial Egyptian Arabic, also constitutes a unique prenineteenth-century source for the study of that dialect. The almost 400 headwords are absent from
existing dictionaries or broaden our understanding of their meaning and usage. Most occurences are
cited, with reference to OLA 141 and OLA 166, and many are quoted in context. Further examples
from sources within two hundred years of the base text help to establish definitions and illustrate
usage. The work is intended both as an aid to the reading of the text in question and as a contribution
to the development of an historical lexicography of Arabic.
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ISTANBUL AND WATER
MAGDALINO P., ERGIN N. (eds)
• 2014 – Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Supplement 47
• ca 275 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3062-9
Istanbul stands at a unique conjunction of an inland sea with a long maritime inlet, and a winding,
turbulent maritime strait that links two seas and separates two continents. These topographical features
have greatly facilitated maritime trade, for which the city has had an enormous harbor capacity. Istanbul’s
relationship with fresh water is also idiosyncratic: its dearth meant that fresh water for consumption had
to be channeled, stored, and distributed with the help of long-distance aqueducts, open-air reservoirs and
cisterns. The natural environment combined with the norms of local societies created a culture of water
that has constituted an important part of Istanbul’s identity. Various aspects of it are explored in this
volume, the outcome of a symposium organized by Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian
Civilizations. The eleven essays by leading scholars present research findings from the archaeological
excavations at Yenikapi, examine the distribution and consumption of water in Byzantine times as well
as the social impact of water in the Ottoman era, and offer reflections on the aesthetics of water.
DÉTRÔNER LE SULTAN
Deux conjurations à l’époque des réformes ottomanes: Kuleli (1859) et Meslek (1867)
ONARAN B.
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XXXII-477 p.
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Ce livre a pour objet l’étude de deux conjurations (Kuleli en 1859 et Meslek en 1867), fomentées dans
la capitale de l’Empire ottoman, Istanbul, et révélées au moment où les conjurés s’apprêtaient à passer
à l’action en vue de détrôner le sultan – premières tentatives de détrônement depuis la suppression en
1826 des janissaires, qui étaient auparavant les principaux «défaiseurs» de sultans. Cet ouvrage analyse
ce nouveau type de révoltes et de révoltés qui ont envisagé de «défaire» le sultan ottoman. Il s’attache
à réécrire l’histoire de ces deux conjurations, à examiner leur structure, leur fonctionnement et leurs
stratégies, tout en éclairant les motivations, les revendications politiques et les profils sociaux des
conjurés. Il s’interroge sur les spécificités de ces deux tentatives dans le contexte des transformations
sociales et politiques des années 1850 et 1860, et contribue ainsi à une meilleure compréhension des
changements de l’espace politique ottoman à cette époque. Quelle était la place des «sujets» et du
sultan dans la structure du pouvoir politique durant les premières décennies des Tanzimat, alors que
les mentalités et les «techniques» de gouvernement de l’administration centrale étaient en train d’être
reformulées et que l’opinion publique devenait un acteur politique de plus en plus influent? Telle est
la question fondamentale qui est abordée tout au long ce livre.
PENSER, AGIR ET VIVRE DANS L’EMPIRE OTTOMAN ET
EN TURQUIE
Études réunies pour François Georgeon
CLAYER N., KAYNAR E. (éd.)
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XXII-542 p.
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En suivant certains des silllons creusés par François Georgeon, les études ici réunies se répartissent en
quatre groupes. Les premières s’inscrivent dans le registre de l’histoire politique et idéologique des
dernières décennies de l’époque ottomane. Elles touchent à la politisation et à la question des provinces de l’Empire. Elles touchent aussi au vocabulaire politique et aux nouvelles temporalités introduites par la révolution jeune-turque dans la réflexion de certains intellectuels. Les secondes sont des
contributions à l’histoire intellectuelle. Une place importante est faite dans cette partie à la presse et
à l’imprimé, tandis qu’une dernière contribution reprend la question des intellectuels voyageurs.
La troisième partie est consacrée à l’histoire sociale. Y sont abordées des thèmes divers tels que:
la construction et la fluidité des identifications, les fêtes, l’alimentation, et les évolutions sociales
à l’échelle urbaine, comme à l’échelle individuelle. Enfin, la quatrième et dernière partie rassemble
d’un côté des études sur la Turquie kémaliste et, de l’autre, des essais sur le passage «des Ottomans
aux Turcs» (pour reprendre le titre d’un volume d’articles de François Georgeon), et sur la construction des savoirs dans ce domaine.
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MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
ISLAM AND GLOBALISATION: HISTORICAL
AND CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES
CILARDO A. (ed.)
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
226
• XXXII-610 p.
• 98 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2941-8
This volume contains the Proceedings of the 25th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et
Islamisants (Naples, September 8-12, 2010) on Islam and Globalisation: Historicam and Contemporary
Perspectives. Besides a general view on globalisation (Agostino Cilardo) and the history of the Union
on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary (Urbain Vermeulen), the contributions concern History
(Axel Havemann, Pasquale Macaluso, Antonino Pellitteri, Maria Giovanna Stasolla, Maria Vidyasova),
Islam (Roswitha Badry, Marek M. Dziekan, Dmitry Frolov, Christopher Melchert, Katarzyna
Pachniak, Orsolya Varsanyi), Islamic Law (María Arcas Campoy, Reiner Brunner, Ana María
Carballeira Debasa & Camilo Álvarez De Morales, Agostino Cilardo, Vasco Fronzoni, Wilferd
Madelung), Literature & Linguistics (Abdessamad Belhaj, Julia Bray, Hélène Condylis, Francesca
Maria Corrao, Adelya Gaynutdinova, Ali Kadem Kalati, Vladimir Lebedev, Ewa Machut-Mendecka,
Mariangela Masullo, Barbara Michalak-Pikulska, Christina Ossipova, Arie Schippers, Krystyna
Skarzynska-Bochenska, Ludmila Torlakova, Urbain Vermeulen, Monika Winet), Travel (Oriana
Capezio, Roberta Denaro, Maria Grazia Sciortino, Richard van Leeuwen), Philosophy & Science
(Carmela Baffioni, Daniel De Smet, Montse Díaz-Fajardo, Paulina B. Lewicka, Miklós Maróth, Juan
Martos Quesada & María del Carmen Escribano Ródenas, Antonella Straface, Johannes Thomann),
Art (Vincenza Grassi, Eva-Maria von Kemnitz).
SOURCES AND APPROACHES ACROSS DISCIPLINES IN
NEAR EASTERN STUDIES
KLEMM V., AL-SHA‘AR N. (eds)
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
215
• XIV-562 p.
• 89 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2558-8
This volume collects papers from the 24th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et
Islamisants (UEAI) in 2008 at the University of Leipzig. Original research and new approaches illustrate its theme of Sources and Approaches across Disciplines in Near Eastern Studies. The studies span
Muslim culture, civilizations, and intellectual thought in the medieval and modern periods. The
contributions demonstrate the benefits of following methodological and interdisciplinary approaches
that draw upon literary criticism, sociology and anthropology in the field of Qur’anic studies, religion,
philosophy and mysticism; state and society; literature and rhetoric; philology and linguistics; mathematics and astronomy; art and epigraphy; and Islamic sciences and economic history. The volume
also highlights the commonalities and overlaps that exist between these different branches and fosters
cooperative study across a wide cultural, historical, and sociological milieu. Rather than following an
isolated approach to their areas of study, academics in different fields of Islamic and Middle Eastern
Studies benefited from one another’s methodologies, and collectively built a wide body of knowledge.
PERSPECTIVES ON ISLAMIC CULTURE
Essays in Honour of Emilio G. Platti
BROECKAERT B., VAN DEN BRANDEN S., PÉRENNÈS J.-J. (eds)
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XXIV-350 p.
78 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2734-6
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Eighteen colleagues of i.a. KU Leuven, IDEO, UCL, Université de Provence, University of
Birmingham and Institut Catholique de Paris have contributed to this Liber Amicorum, offered to
Prof. em. Emilio Platti o.p. Perspectives on Islamic Culture consists of three parts, reflecting the threefold academic interest of Emilio Platti, expressed both in his numerous lectures and publications. The
volume opens with a number of textcritical studies that offer a detailed analysis of primary Muslim
sources, ranging from the Quran itself to a late nineteenth-century collection of majalis (mourning
gatherings). A second part of this volume discusses, from different perspectives, the historical and
contemporary relations and dialogue between Islam and Christianity. A third and final part is devoted
to a series of studies on the emerging European Islam and the challenges it faces.
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I TRATTATI TEOLOGICI DI SULAYMĀN IBN ḤASAN
AL-ĠAZZĪ
Edition of the Arabic text (T) and Italian translation (V)
LA SPISA P.
• 2013 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 648 (T) & 649 (V),
Scriptores Arabici 52 (T) & 53 (V)
• XLII-205 p. (T) & XX-65 p. (V)
• 120 EURO (T) & 120 EURO (V)
• ISBN 978-90-429-2657-8 (T)
ISBN 978-90-429-2658-5 (V)
Sulaymān Ibn Ḥasan al-Ġazzī fu vescovo melchita di Gaza tra il X e l’XI secolo. È l’autore di un
Diwan e di un corpus di trattati teologici, omiletici e apologetici. La vita e le opere di Sulaymān
al-Ġazzī sono state oggetto di studio sin dagli inizi del secolo scorso, tuttavia l’intero corpus algazzianus
è stato edito per la prima volta da Neophytos Edelby solo negli anni ’80 del ’900. La presente edizione
comprende solo gli scritti teologici in prosa editi e tradotti in italiano. Il principale progresso rappresentato da questa nuova edizione è costituito dal tentativo di ricostruire l’archetipo della tradizone in
ottemperanza alle regole della critica testuale neolachmanniana. Le caratteristiche linguistiche del
medio arabo sono state rispettate e conservate nel testo critico come esse si presentano nella fonte
manoscritta più antica, mentre un apparato critico è stato interamente dedicato alla registrazione delle
varianti linguistiche attestate negli altri testimoni. L’editore dunque ha cercato di rispettare sia la
volontà autoriale espressa dal contenuto testuale, sia la forma linguistica dei testi in cui essi verosimilmente furono composti.
THE HOMILY OF ZÄR’A YA’ƎQOB’S MÄ∑ÎAFÄ BƎRHAN
ON THE RITE OF BAPTISM AND RELIGIOUS
INSTRUCTION
Edition of the Ethiopic text (T) and English translation (V)
GETATSHEW HAILE
• 2013 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 653 (T) & 654 (V),
Scriptores Aethiopiei 114 (T)
& 115 (V)
• XXII-119 p. (T) & VIII-87 p. (V)
• 79 EURO (T) & 69 EURO (V)
• ISBN 978-90-429-2752-0 (T)
ISBN 978-90-429-2753-7 (V)
The text in this volume (with its translation) is from the writings of Emperor Zär’a Ya‛ǝqob, the
prolific scholar who reformed the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in the fifteenth century. In this homily, which is part of his previously published MäÒÌafä Bǝrhan “Book of Light”, he addresses in detail
the ritual of Christian baptism and the requirement of religious instruction for the baptized faithful
as well as the would-be baptized catechumens. The ritual for adults is discussed and defined with
thoroughness and clarity not found in any other source. Significantly, the text suggests that there was
at that time a large number of non-Christians who converted to Orthodox Christianity, either of their
own free will or due to pressure from Christian rulers, including the Emperor. As always, Zär’a
Ya‛ǝqob uses his authority to enforce religious instruction as he details it. He prescribes harsh corporal punishment, usually flogging, to individuals who do not attend school without acceptable
excuses—which are illness and going on military expeditions—as well as to clergy who neglect their
duty to teach and to district rulers who do not force people to come to school.
ON THE FRINGE OF COMMENTARY
Metatextuality in Ancient Near Eastern and Ancient Mediterranean Cultures
AUFRÈRE S.H., ALEXANDER P.S., PLESE Z. (eds)
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
232
• XX-472 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3073-5
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This volume contains the papers of the second meeting of the international scholarly network “The
Hermeneutic of Judaism, Christianity and Islam,” held in Aix-en-Provence (September 25-27, 2008).
Drawing on Gérard Genette’s theory of the five different types of “transtextuality” (Palimpsestes, Paris
1982) – intertextuality, paratextuality, metatextuality, hypertextuality, and architextuality – , the volume discusses the practices of metatextuality as diverse as commentaries, hypomnemata, pesharim,
targumim, Talmud, allegoresis, glosses, scholia, catenae, questions-and-responses (erotapocriseis),
prophetic extracts, hypotheses, homilies, integumenta and involucra, Keys to Dreams, translations, and
transliterations in the ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern cultures. Presented with an introduction designed to expand and re-contextualize this issue, the eighteen communications discuss common
strategies of metatextuality in Greek and Jewish culture as well as its various manifestations in the
Septuagint and other Jewish texts, in the literature of the Ancient Near East and Egypt, in the GrecoRoman world, and in the late antique and medieval literature.
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EASTERN CHRISTIAN STUDIES
JACQUES RHÉTORÉ
La versification en Soureth (Araméen contemporain)
POIZAT B.
• 2013 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 647, Subsidia 131
• XIV-156 p.
• 74 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2656-1
La première partie de ce livre consiste en l’édition d’un manuscrit du missionnaire dominicain, le
P. Jacques Rhétoré, mort à Mossoul en 1921. Il s’agit d’un traité de poétique en soureth, c’est-à-dire
en l’araméen vernaculaire encore parlé de nos jours par les chrétiens du nord de la Mésopotamie:
ce n’est pas seulement un ouvrage d’érudition, mais aussi un manuel pratique devant assister les missionnaires ayant appris le soureth dans la composition d’hymnes et de cantiques utiles à leur ministère.
Et en effet le P. Rhétoré est lui-même auteur d’une œuvre abondante de ce type, qu’il signait du
pseudonyme de Jacques l’Étranger. La deuxième partie contient les notes de l’éditeur (Bruno Poizat),
en particulier sur la provenance des exemples cités dans le texte, sur ce qu’on sait par ailleurs des
auteurs mentionnés par le P. Rhétoré, sur les éditions savantes dont leurs compositions ont fait l’objet,
ainsi que sur les diverses collections de manuscrits où on peut trouver des poésies en soureth. L’édition
de ce traité est un utile complément aux deux volumes de poésies en soureth publiés dernièrement par
Alessandro Mengozzi dans le CSCO (589-590 et 627-628).
THE SYRIAC VERSION OF JOHN CHRYSOSTOM’S
COMMENTARY ON JOHN. I: MÊMRÊ 1-43
Edition of the Syriac text (T) and English translation (V)
CHILDERS J.W.
• 2013 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 651 (T) & 652 (V)
Scriptores Syri 250 (T) & 251 (V)
• XLIV-331 p. (T) & XVIII-333 p. (V)
• 120 EURO (T) & 109 EURO (V)
• ISBN 978-90-429-2728-5 (T)
ISBN 978-90-429-2829-2 (V)
St. John Chrysostom was one of the most popular and influential Greek Fathers in Syrian churches.
His works began to be translated into Syriac in the fifth century, after which they significantly
impacted the shape of Syriac exegetical, homiletical, dogmatic, and spiritual writing. These volumes
make available for the first time an edition of the Syriac text and English translation of St. John
Chrysostom’s Exegetical Homilies on the Gospel of John, typically known in Syriac as Chrysostom’s
Commentary on John, Homilies (Mêmrê) 1-43. The text is edited on the basis of the extant main
manuscripts, from the 6th-8th centuries, in addition to excerpts preserved in various collections.
Introductions to the two volumes explore the Syriac manuscript tradition, the origin and technique
of the translation, its value as a witness to the Greek text, the nature of its many biblical citations, and
the impact of the version on the Syriac tradition. The volumes include an orthographical index and
an index of biblical citations.
DIONIGI AREOPAGITA. NOMI DIVINI, TEOLOGIA
MISTICA, EPISTOLE. LA VERSIONE SIRIACA DI SERGIO
DI RESʽAYNĀ (VI SECOLO)
Edition of the Syriac text (T) and Italian translation (V)
FIORI E.
• 2014 – Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 656 (T) & 657 (V)
Scriptores Syri 252 (T) & 253 (V)
• ca 150 p. (T) & ca 200 p. (V)
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3082-7 (T)
ISBN 978-90-429-3083-4 (V)
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Sergio, medico capo di Rēš‘aynā, primo traduttore di Galeno in siriaco ed erudito dai molteplici
interessi, si accinse alla traduzione delle opere di Dionigi l’Areopagita nell’ultima fase della sua vita,
che si chiuse a Costantinopoli dopo una missione diplomatica a Roma, nel 536. La sua versione degli
scritti areopagitici, realizzata pochi anni dopo la comparsa in greco del misterioso corpus pseudepigrafo, è pervenuta in un solo manoscritto, il Sinaitico siriaco 52 del monastero di Santa Caterina.
Nonostante questo importante testimone sia in parte lacunoso, è stato tuttavia possibile ricostruirlo
quasi interamente a partire da frammenti ritrovati al Sinai stesso e in diverse biblioteche europee.
Il primo volume presenta l’edizione critica dei tre scritti più speculativi di Dionigi: i Nomi divini,
la Teologia mistica e le Lettere. Completano il volume un ampio indice greco-siriaco, seguito dagli
indici dei nomi di persona e dei prestiti greci. Il secondo volume contiene la traduzione italiana della
versione di Sergio. Anche questo volume è corredato da un indice degli autori antichi e da una rassegna ragionata dei luoghi biblici.
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CATALOGUE OF THE SYRIAC MANUSCRIPTS AND
FRAGMENTS IN THE LIBRARY OF DEIR AL-SURIAN,
WADI AL-NATRUN (EGYPT)
BROCK S., VAN ROMPAY L.
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
227
• XXII-834 p.
• 105 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2962-3
Deir al-Surian has long been known for its unique collection of Syriac, Coptic, Arabic, and Ethiopian
manuscripts. This catalogue provides detailed descriptions of the 48 Syriac manuscripts (many of them
composite) and the more than 180 fragments that are preserved in the Monastery today. Ranging in
date from the 5th to the 18th century and with a majority of them being earlier than the 10th century,
the manuscripts present us with major authors and works of the Syriac literary tradition. They include
biblical texts (among them the earliest dated Gospel manuscript in any language), original Syriac compositions, and translations from Greek and (occasionally) Coptic. Several works were previously unattested. Connections with manuscripts from Deir al-Surian that are preserved in European collections
(primarily the British Library) are indicated wherever relevant. Colophons and various kinds of notes
by scribes, readers, owners, and occasional visitors also receive attention, thus allowing interesting
glimpses into the history not only of individual manuscripts, but also of the Monastery and its library.
Accompanying the catalogue is an album containing more than 300 pages of images.
SYRIAC ENCOUNTERS
Papers from the Sixth North American Syriac Symposium, Duke University,
26-29 June 2011
DOERFLER M., FIANO E., SMITH K. (eds)
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ca 475 p.
Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-3046-9
The Sixth North American Syriac Symposium brought together scholars from across North America,
Europe, the Middle East, and India. Syriac Encounters offers twenty-five papers that were originally
delivered at the Symposium, and represents a cross-section of both the Symposium and the current
state of Syriac studies more broadly. Although most of the papers in the volume focus on the late
antique heyday of Syriac Christianity, several papers contribute to the study of other, related fields,
including Islamic studies and Middle Eastern anthropology. The blossoming of Syriac studies beyond
church historians and Semitic philologists can be attributed to a wider recognition of Syriac as a
bridge language and culture linking (and fostering encounters between) Rome and Persia, Byzantium
and Baghdad, and Christianity and Islam.
SCRIPTS BEYOND BORDERS
A Survey of Allographic Traditions in the Euro-Mediterranean World
DEN HEIJER J., SCHMIDT A., PATARIDZE T. (eds)
• 2013 – Publications de l’Institut
Orientaliste de Louvain 62
• XX-657 p.
• 95 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2646-2
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This collection of essays deals with the phenomenon of allography, taken in the sense of the practice
of writing a language in the script of another language. Although by no means all texts highlighted in
the essays are of a religious character, they are written in the scripts that are connected with the three
monotheistic traditions stemming from the Eastern Mediterranean: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The time span covered ranges from Late Antiquity to (early) modern times.
The volume contains studies on such cases as Aljamiado (Romance languages of Spain written in
Arabic or Hebrew script but also Bosnian in Arabic script), Judaeo-Arabic, karshuni (Arabic but occasionally also other languages written in Syriac script), and various combinations of languages written
in the Greek, Syriac, Armenian and Georgian scripts. In each case, the approach is both philological,
concentrating on the various systems of adaptation of the scripts to the phonetics of the languages in
question, and historical, with a focus on aspects of intercultural contact and exchange, as well as on
the emergence and development of the various allographic traditions over time. Particularly important
questions are whether specific communities used scripts of a language other than their own for practical or rather for ideological, identity-related considerations, and how these writing practices relate to
the sociocultural contexts in which they functioned and developed.
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BYZANTINE STUDIES
CORPUS OF BYZANTINE CHURCH MOSAIC PAVEMENTS
IN ISRAEL AND THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES
MADDEN A.M.
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ca 250 p.
Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-3061-2
This is a catalogue of church, chapel and monastery mosaic pavements discovered within the borders
of Israel and the Palestinian Territories (Roman Palestine). Chronologically, it spans the early 4th to
8th centuries, the latter period seemingly designating the cessation of mosaic manufacture in early
Christian edifices in Palestine based on current archaeological findings. Sites are arranged alphabetically and according to the four Roman provinces that encompassed the region, and to which it is
believed each originally belonged. The primary name chosen for each site (in most cases) correlates
with the site name used in the indispensable gazetteer Tabula Imperii Romani Iudaea Palaestina
(1994), allowing for relatively simple site identification and cross-referencing. In order to simplify the
mosaic design descriptions, the catalogue utilises a system of geometric pattern coding. For each site,
a map reference is given for the Israel Grid, followed by a brief outline of its excavation or survey,
a thorough description of the pavements including the coding system, inscriptions (if present), a commentary including proposed dates (if given) and bibliography. The indexes include a concise list
of occurrences for each pattern code, figural designs and iconoclastic damage; for inscriptions, ecclesiastical titles, named mosaicists and cited provincial dating eras.
EAST AND WEST IN THE MEDIEVAL EASTERN
MEDITERRANEAN II
Antioch from the Byzantine Reconquest until the End of the Crusader Principality
CIGGAAR K., VAN AALST V. (eds)
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
199
• XVIII-411 p.
• 85 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2393-5
This is the second volume on medieval Antioch which is meant to become a series of studies on less
well-known aspects of the city’s eventful history. Its multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multi-linguistic
character pose more than one problem which needs further investigation. Unknown material, new
interpretations of texts, translations of unknown or less accessible texts accompanied by commentaries,
are the main focus of this series of publications on Antioch. This volume reponds to this initiative.
Various contributions highlight unknown or understudied aspects of this history, and stimulate
further research and discussion on the various aspects of the history of this important and influential
city in the Eastern Mediterranean.
TRADITION AND INNOVATION IN LATEAND POSTBYZANTINE LITURGICAL CHANT II
Proceedings of the Congress held at Hernen Castle, the Netherlands,
30 October - 3 November 2008
WOLFRAM G., TROELSGARD C. (eds)
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XXIV-328 p.
60 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2748-3
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What is the relation between the Greek ecclesiastical chant traditions of today and Byzantine chant?
That question can only be answered through a meticulous study of the transmission and transformation of both the melodies, the genres, and the whole musical culture of Late Byzantium and the
subsequent centuries. This book presents a handful of studies focussing on both the development of
new musical styles, such as the ornamented Kalofonia (‘Beautiful sound’), and on the education of the
cantors, the psaltai. The role of the master cantors, the maïstores, their teachings, treatises, traditions,
innovations, compositions, and the various modes of interpretation (exegesis) are among the topics
covered by this collection of papers, written by specialist scholars of Byantine chant history.
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AESTHETIC MAINTENANCE OF CIVIC SPACE
The ‘Classical’ City from the 4th to the 7th c. AD
JACOBS I.
• 2013 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
193
• XII-1028 p.
• 120 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2302-7
In the Roman period, construction and maintenance of civic monuments and infrastructure were
regarded as the normal duty of well-off citizens. For the subsequent centuries, encompassing the
4th to the 7th century AD, changing social and political conditions within the Roman Empire assumingly resulted in a severe reduction of expenditure and concurrent loss of sentimental and aesthetic
attitudes towards public space. This book challenges this assumption. It reconstructs how cities of the
Eastern Mediterranean in late antique and Early Byzantine times represented themselves towards
outsiders by assessing the care given to urban fortifications, streets and squares, decorative and religious monuments and, finally, statuary. Thereafter, the architectural changes that distinguished these
centuries from previous times are discussed. The book then evaluates the identity and motives of the
diverse initiators of interventions, as well as the skills and work organisation of the actual constructors.
Finally, the priorities of the users of public space, as well as their responses to it, are explored.
PRODUCTION AND PROSPERITY IN THE THEODOSIAN
PERIOD
JACOBS I. (ed.)
• 2014 – Interdisciplinary Studies in
Ancient Culture and Religion 14
• XVI-397 p.
• 67 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3012-4
Despite the large increase in material evidence datable to the Theodosian period (379-455 C.E.),
textual sources still dominate our view of the period. This has led to a pretty bleak picture made up
of foreign invasions, loss of territory, a weak ruler dynasty, a state-driven distribution system, and
declining cities. And yet, many regions of the Roman Empire seem to have been doing quite well. For
this reason, this volume aims at a re-evaluation of the prosperity of the Roman Empire under the
Theodosii. Archaeological, historical, epigraphic and numismatic research are combined to investigate
the vitality and socio-economic potential of distinct regions of the empire; to explore the relative
importance of cities, villages, fortresses and estates in patterns of purchase and consumption; to gain
insights into the mechanisms and forces underlying production, distribution and consumption of both
staple goods and luxury products; and, eventually, to offer explanations for the general condition and
functioning of the empire.
«CONFORMÉMENT AUX OBSERVATIONS
D’HIPPARQUE»: LE PAPYRUS FOUAD INV. 267 A
FOURNET J.-L., TIHON A.
• 2014 – Publications de l’Institut
Orientaliste de Louvain 67
• IV-190 p.
• 50 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-3021-6
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Le Papyrus Fouad inv. 267 A est un document d’une importance exceptionnelle pour l’histoire de
l’astronomie ancienne. Il s’agit d’un fragment de traité rédigé à Alexandrie vers 130 après Jésus-Christ.
La partie conservée, qui occupe le recto et le verso d’un seul folio, concerne le Soleil dont la longitude
est calculée en fonction de trois différentes années: l’année sidérale, l’année «moyenne» de 365 jours
1/4 et l’année tropique. Le texte donne un exemple pris le 9 novembre 130 p. C. à 3h depuis minuit.
L’auteur se réfère aux observations d’Hipparche dont il mentionne une observation faite au solstice
d’été en 158 avant Jésus-Christ. Le présent volume donne une description détaillée du papyrus, une
édition diplomatique et une édition normalisée par Jean-Luc Fournet, ainsi qu’une traduction suivie
de notes paléographiques et explicatives par Jean-Luc Fournet et Anne Tihon. Le commentaire par
Anne Tihon suit le texte pas à pas et est accompagnée d’un glossaire et de photos en couleur. Une
annexe par Raymond Mercier donne une reconstruction des tables et une brève analyse mathématique.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
CHILDREN AND FAMILY IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Life, Death and Interaction
LAES C., MUSTAKALLIO K., VUOLANTO V. (eds)
• 2014 – Interdisciplinary Studies in
Ancient Culture and Religion 15
• ca 400 p.
• Forthcoming
• ISBN 978-90-429-3135-0
This volume continues the series of five previous Roman Family publications, and puts special focus
on social history and living conditions in the familial contexts. It concentrates on three interlinked
aspects of family life and interaction: liminal situations regarding demography and ecological factors
that lay down the framework for family life, liminal conditions on the edges of familial life regarding
child labour, child slaves and sexual attitudes towards children, and local traditions which confront us
with people and cultures at the borders of the Roman Empire.
By focusing on three recurring points of departure (Late Antiquity, children and childhood, and the
encounter between various cultures), and by presenting a wide variety of methodological approaches
(from rhetorical analysis of discourses to statistical analysis, and from experiential life stories to iconographic analysis), the present volume offers a view on the status quaestionis of Roman family studies,
and widens the thematic points of departure for the study of the Roman family, thus hopefully pointing to fruitful directions for further studies.
PRIESTS AND PROPHETS AMONG PAGANS, JEWS AND
CHRISTIANS
DIGNAS B., PARKER R., STROUMSA G.G. (eds)
• 2013 – Studies in the History and
Anthropology of Religion 5
• XII-248 p.
• 47 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2974-6
The emperor Julian pointed out that the duties of priesthood were better understood among ‘the
impious Galileans’ (i.e. Christians) than among his pagan contemporaries. Like the emperor, the
essays in this volume look in both directions. Its pages are populated by very diverse figures: Plutach,
Aelius Aristides, Alexander of Abonouteichos, Daniel the Stylite, Gregory of Nazianzus, Shenoute of
Atripe, Mani, Muhammad, and a host of anonymous Greek and Roman priests, prophets, and diviners. The priests of second temple Judaism are considered too. Both in the Greco-Roman and the early
Christian worlds the neat division between priests and prophets proves hard to sustain. But in terms
of fame and influence a strong contrast emerges between Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian prophets; this is why it is only among Jews and Christians that ‘false prophets’ are feared. Two recurrent
preoccupations are the relation of priests and prophets to secular power, and the priest/prophet not
as reality but as idea, an imagined figure. Leading scholars of the religions of antiquity come together
in this wide-ranging and innovative volume.
WRITING MYTH
Mythography in the Ancient World
TRZASKOMA S.M., SMITH R.S. (eds)
• 2013 – Studies in the History and
Anthropology of Religion 4
• XXIV-382 p.
• 45 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2911-1
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This collection of essays brings innovative perspectives to the study of ancient mythography, that is,
the writings of the Greeks and Romans about their own mythical traditions. It treats a range of
sources from the beginnings of myth criticism in the 5th century BCE to the end of antiquity in the
5th century CE, highlighting mythography’s centrality to ancient views of myth and moving beyond
seeing mythographic texts as valuable primarily for the preservation of details about traditional stories.
Important individual mythographers are treated (e.g., Ps.-Apollodorus and Hyginus), but throughout
there is an emphasis on the connections of mythography with more literary genres, such as epic, and
more prestigious prose genres, such as historiography and geography. This makes the volume of interest for those who work on myth in Greek and Roman society, but also for anyone working on ancient
intellectual history more broadly, including those who study rhetoric, education, literary composition,
art and ancient scholarly traditions.
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THE PERIPHERY OF THE CLASSICAL WORLD
IN ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY AND CARTOGRAPHY
PODOSSINOV A.V. (ed.)
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XII-164 p.
68 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2923-4
This collection of papers is dedicated to the problems of centre and periphery in the ancient world in
their historical and geographical aspects. These problems are discussed here within a broad chronological scope: from the Mycenaean period, through the flourishing of geographical science in
Hellenistic times, to the Roman period, represented by the names of Strabo, Pomponius Mela, Pliny
and Ptolemy. The papers embrace all parts of the ancient oikoumene, from Africa in the south and
Ireland in the west, through northern and eastern Europe to Central Asia in the east. Several authors
have devoted their contributions to ancient mapmaking and how this reflects Greek and Roman
conceptions of the periphery of the ancient world.
KULTURKONTAKTE IN ANTIKEN WELTEN:
VOM DENKMODELL ZUM FALLBEISPIEL
Proceedings des internationalen Kolloquiums aus Anlass des
60. Geburtstages von Christoph Ulf, Innsbruck, 26. bis 30. Januar 2009
ROLLINGER R., SCHNEGG K. (eds)
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XXIV-584 p.
95 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2921-0
The volume publishes over 20 papers given at an international conference of the same name held in
Innsbruck in January 2009 to celebrate the 60th birthday of Christoph Ulf. The main focus of the
conference was discussion of and responses to his paper ‘Rethinking Cultural Contacts’ (Ancient West
& East 8 [2009], 81-132 – reproduced as Appendix 1 in this volume). Ulf’s paper offered a model
outlining the various forms of cultural contact and sought to explain how and why foreign goods and
ideas were taken on and to what extent they were changed in shape and meaning. Just as it was no
longer tenable to think of cultural contacts without taking into account the whole chain of exchange
– producer, transmitter and recipient – then cultural exchange as a meaningful process of the exchange
of goods and ideas between all people involved required an approach, hitherto lacking, by which it
can be comprehensively analysed and explained. The contributors are ancient historians, classical
archaeologists, philologists and Near Eastern specialists, thus providing a variety of perspectives on
cultural exchange in the Mediterranean and the ancient Near East.
REGIONALISM AND GLOBALISM IN ANTIQUITY
Exploring Their Limits
DE ANGELIS F. (ed.)
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XVI-362 p.
78 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2669-1
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How we concieve of the movement of ancient phenomena through time and space has been undergoing reassessment over the last two decades, causing the grip to be loosened on the well-entrenched
interpretative models that had dominated research up to that point. The ‘Regionalism and Globalism
in Antiquity’ conference, aimed to take stock of this situation and in particular to investigate in fresh
ways how regional and global phenomena in the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and Eurasia shaped
local life. Still today two models tend to guide explanations of intercultural and interregional contact
and interaction: diffusionism from cores (or centres) to peripheries, involving ‘superior’ civilisations
influencing other ‘inferior’ ones, and Mediterraneanism, the set of distinctive environmental, cultural
and historical images that create a unified and unchanging view of the Mediterranean. These two
models have come under increasing scrunity since the 1980s, as we have been living in a world of
shifting perceptions of time and space and of greater interconnectedness that affects our everyday lives
in numerous ways. The source of these shifts has been credited to globalisation, and with it has also
come a greater historical appreciation of the phenomenon, including the recognition that the world
has witnessed periods of globalisation since the end of the Ice Age.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
A COMPANION TO LINEAR B
Mycenean Greek Texts and their World. Volume 1, 2 and 3
DUHOUX Y., MORPURGO DAVIES A. (eds)
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• XII-448 p.
• 55 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-1848-1
• 2011 – Bibliothèque des Cahiers de l’Institut de Linguistique de Louvain (BCILL) 127
• VIII-343 p.
• 55 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2403-1
• 2014 – Bibliothèque des Cahiers de l’Institut de Linguistique de Louvain (BCILL) 133
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• 65 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2932-6
Linear B is the earliest form of writing used for Greek; it is a syllabic script which belongs to the
second half of the second millennium BC and precedes the earliest alphabetic texts by at least four
hundred years. The tablets written in this script offer crucial information about the economy, administration, religion, institutions, etc. of the Mycenaean period. But who wrote these texts? What types
of texts were they? How can we read them, understand them and interpret them? What do they teach
us about the history, economy, religion, society, geography, technology, and language of the
Mycenaean period? This Companion aims at answering these and other questions in a series of chapters written by internationally recognised specialists in the subject, who not only summarise the results
of current research but also try to explain the problems which arise from the study of the texts and
the methods which can be used to solve them. No Mycenologist can currently cover with authority
the complete field and the Companion is aimed both at the beginner who needs an introduction to
the whole area and to advanced scholars (archaeologists, historians, classicists) who require an up-todate account which can serve as a standard reference tool.
Reactions to the first volume:
“All Aegenists need to have this book.” (John G. Younger, American Journal of Archaeology)
“Un excellent instrument, à tous les niveaux.” (Francisco Aura Jorro, L’Antiquité Classique)
“We are awash with companions of varying composition and quality. Arguably, many are superfluous;
this one is not... The companion under review seeks to make Linear B more accessible to students and
interested scholars. It is far more complete, authoritative and up-to-date than any.” (Dimitri Nakassis,
The Classical Review)
“The best reference work for the content of the Linear B texts, their language, their value, and the
historical contexts that produced them; very useful for students.” (Angelos Chaniotis, Ancient Crete:
Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide)
DONUM MYCENOLOGICUM
Mycenaean Studies in Honour of Francisco Aura Jorro
BERNABÉ A., LUJÁN E.R. (eds)
This volume, published in honour of F. Aura Jorro, the author of the standard Mycenaean dictionary,
covers a wide range of subjects dealing with Linear B tablets, Mycenaean culture, and related fields.
The papers collected provide new insights into a number of various subjects: Linear B script and texts,
Mycenaean grammar, lexicon and religion.
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MINOAN STONE VESSELS WITH LINEAR A
INSCRIPTIONS
DAVIS B.
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Inscribed Minoan stone vessels are ritual gifts that index their dedicants’ intention that both their gift
and their name should survive permanently at the place of dedication. These vessels contained offerings, yet the vessels themselves were also offerings, serving as permanent records of a ritual act. These
rituals were most likely communal, incorporating group feasting and drinking. The seasonality of
these rituals suggests that they were focused on the cycle of life: fertility, birth, death and renewal.
Offerings left with the vessels suggest that these rituals also addressed other, more personal concerns.
As for Linear A itself: the language behind the script appears to contain a fairly standard phonemic
inventory, though there are hints of additional, more exotic phonemes. The morphology of the language appears to involve affixation, a typical mode of inflection in human languages. The presence of
significant prefixing tends to rule out PIE as a parent language, while the word-internal vowel alternations typical of Afroasiatic verbal inflection are nowhere to be found in this script. In the end,
Linear A appears most likely to represent a non-IE, non-Afroasiatic language, perhaps with agglutinative tendencies, and perhaps with VSO word order.
THE ICONOGRAPHY OF AEGEAN SEALS
CROWLEY J.L.
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The Iconography of Aegean Seals is a detailed analysis of the iconography of the images on the Aegean
seals, signets and sealings, providing for the first time a comprehensive structured overview of these
images and a presentation of the artistic rules governing the composition of their designs. The Icon
Theory of Aegean glyptic art which encompasses all aspects of the complex iconography and the
IconAegean standard vocabulary which reflects the visual language of the seal designs together give the
reader a framework for discussion and study that has long been called for by researchers. In this book
the reader is taken deep into the seal designs and asked to ponder anew the images in these miniature
masterpieces that were of such importance to their Aegean owners. The exposition of the work of the
icon in creating memorable seal designs is cogently argued through seal examples. The presentation of
the terms of the standard vocabulary in an illustrated dictionary format makes the detail of the seal
designs accessible as never before. The copiously illustrated closing discussion on design revises some
of the old nomenclature, identifies new motifs and elucidates relationships between image groupings.
This book takes a fresh view of the glyptic material, one that may surprise, but one that certainly
provides new insights into the subtle, sophisticated and polyvalent iconography of the seal designs.
CONSTRUIRE EN CRÈTE MINOENNE
Une approche énergétique de l’architecture néopalatiale
DEVOLDER M.
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L’architecture crétoise néopalatiale (XVIIe-XVe s. av. J.-C.) est étudiée selon une approche énergétique
qui permet de déterminer le temps nécessaire à la construction d’un édifice. Le nombre total d’heures
de travail dévolues à l’accomplissement des différentes tâches sur le chantier, depuis l’acquisition des
matériaux jusqu’à leur mise en place, est estimé. L’approche permet d’appréhender les comportements
des bâtisseurs tels qu’ils se révèlent dans le choix et l’utilisation de matériaux distincts ou dans les
travaux d’aménagement du terrain préalables à l’érection du bâtiment. Les résultats de l’application de
l’approche énergétique à une sélection d’édifices illustrent la participation des habitants à la construction de leur propre maison, à la différence de la main-d’œuvre abondante et en partie spécialisée
impliquée dans la construction de bâtiments aux traits architecturaux élaborés. La diversité des résultats obtenus suggère l’accès ouvert à la main-d’œuvre spécialisée, à laquelle l’élite néopalatiale disposait
d’un accès certes privilégié, mais non pas exclusif.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
UNDERSTANDING STANDARDIZATION
AND VARIATION IN MEDITERRANEAN CERAMICS
Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC
KOTSONAS A. (ed.)
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VIII-196 p.
87 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-3091-9
This volume is designed as a wide-ranging analysis of ceramic standardization and variation, and as a
contribution to pottery studies in the Mediterranean and beyond. It originates in a conference session
at the 16th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. Some of the most enduring questions archaeologists raise are explicitly or implicitly formulated around the concepts of standardization and variation. Yet, the significance of these concepts has rarely been acknowledged in
archaeological literature and their full potential for the study of ancient culture remains underexplored. To demonstrate the significance of these concepts for the study of material culture, we adopt
here a cross-cultural and diachronic perspective. The range of approaches pursued is broad and
involves traditional stylistic analyses, applications of archaeological science, statistical methodologies,
and post-processual considerations. The result will hopefully stimulate pottery experts and specialists
in other categories of artifacts to revisit their material from different and fresh angles.
GREEK BATHS AND BATHING CULTURE
New Discoveries and Approaches
LUCORE S.K., TRÜMPER M. (eds)
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VIII-350 p.
85 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2897-8
This volume is the outcome of the first conference to take place on the topic of Greek baths and
bathing culture, a central but hitherto neglected area in the field of ancient studies. Fifteen papers by
an international group of archaeologists, art historians and ancient historians discuss Greek bathing
culture from a socio-historical and cultural-anthropological perspective, resulting in a comprehensive
reassessment that elucidates the sophistication of both the architecture and the culture of bathing
throughout the Greek world. Individual papers examine bathing in the context of science, medicine
and the cultural discourses coded in images on vases, while the majority focus on the archaeological
evidence itself, as the crucial component in this reassessment that removes Greek baths from the
traditional category of ‘primitive predecessors’ to Roman baths. From Greece and Egypt in the east,
to Sicily, southern Italy and France in the west, new information from recent excavations is brought
to bear on a wide range of related issues, including urban contexts, regional variations in experimental
design and construction, innovations in technology, and the social meaning of the rise of bathing
culture in the Hellenistic period. This book also provides the first comprehensive catalog of all known
Greek public baths (balaneia), including descriptions, plans and bibliographies, as a major reference
tool for future comparative research on ancient bathing culture and beyond.
HISTORISCHE WASSERLEITUNGEN.
GESTERN HEUTE MORGEN
Tagungsband des Internationalen Frontinus-Symposiums. Wien, 19.-23. Oktober 2011
WIPLINGER G. (ed.)
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Am Beginn der Vorbereitungsarbeiten für dieses Symposium stand die Idee, eine neue Auszeichnungskategorie für historische Wasserleitungen zu schaffen. Ein besonderer Aspekt dieser internationalen Tagung sollte die Berücksichtigung der denkmalgerechten und betriebssicheren Erhaltung
der vorgestellten Bauten sein. Erwünscht waren einerseits Beiträge zu beispielhaft erhaltenen historischen Wasserleitungen, die heute zumindest teilweise noch in Betrieb sind und zur Wasserversorgung
verwendet werden und andererseits Fallbeispiele historischer Wasserleitungen, die unter Einbeziehung
kultur-touristischer Aspekte besonders gut präsentiert sind oder es wert wären, besonders gut präsentiert zu werden. Die Tagung fand im Oktober 2011 statt und die 22 Vorträge der Tagung liegen in
diesem Band vor.
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DIET, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY IN THE ANCIENT
GREEK WORLD
Towards a Better Integration of Archaeology and Science. Proceedings of the International
Conference Held at the Netherlands Institute at Athens on 22-24 March 2010
VOUTSAKI S., VALAMOTI S.M. (eds)
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VIII-241 p.
68 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2724-7
The last decades have witnessed the adoption and refinement of various scientific techniques that
allow us to reconstruct past diets, but also to understand the role of food in social interaction. These
are exciting developments, but the proliferation of analytical techniques may also lead to over-specialization and fragmentation of the field. The papers in this volume explore the relation between diet,
economy and society in the ancient Greek world by integrating different analytical techniques.
Examples include the analysis of plant and animal remains, the bioarchaeological study of human
remains, stable isotope and dental microwear analysis as well as the examination of organic residues.
However, the aim of this volume is not only to compare different methods of analysis, but also to
integrate method and theory and to reflect more widely on the integration of science and archaeology.
The volume concludes with the report of a Round Table discussion on the institutional framework
and the regulations surrounding the practice of archaeological science in Greece, as well as the ethical
obligations of the practitioners.
FROM EURASIA TO EUROPE
Crete and the Aegean World in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages
(3rd - Early 1st Millennia BC)
ANDREYEV Y.V.
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XIV-553 p.
105 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2723-0
This research, a unique compilation of scattered material, focused on a reconstruction of the sources
of the European system of values embedded in the philosophy of Greco-Roman culture. The author
is convinced that the Aegean cultures of the Bronze and Iron Ages are to be seen as the dissociated
links in a long historical chain uniting an infant Europe with the maternal womb of Eurasia. He
carried out on the spiritual world of the Bronze Age man, his relation to nature, his notions of life
and death, space and time, his critical values and aesthetic tastes. A detailed description of Greek
society and its culture during the period of the so-called Dark Ages is given, and finally special attention has been paid to the critical 8th century BC, the century of Homer, which marks the actual
starting point of the history of Ancient Greece. The significance of this manuscript is that all evidence
that excavations have revealed, has been incorporated.
THORIKOS 1983/1990
Rapport préliminaire sur les 17e, 18e, 19e, 20e et 21e campagnes de fouilles
Voorlopig verslag over de 17e, 18e, 19e, 20e en 21e opgravingscampagnes
MUSSCHE H.F., VANHOVE D., VAROUFAKIS G.
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124 p.
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This volume XI of the Preliminary Reports gives a short overview of the activities of the Belgian
Archaeological School in Greece during the years 1983-1990 and contains some short studies of
1) the masonry in domestic and rural constructions in Thorikos: a limited attempt to establish a
foundation for a local typology and more accurate chronology; 2) an identification and dating
of cooking ware vessels (c. 100 items with drawings) coming mainly from the Insulae 3, 10 and 11;
3) a Roman furnace found in the Theatre Necropolis: the clarification of its function: a) investigation
of its structure, b) examination of the composition of the slags and c) the chemical analysis.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
THE AGE OF THE SUCCESSORS AND THE CREATION
OF THE HELLENISTIC KINGDOMS (323-276 B.C.)
HAUBEN H., MEEUS A. (eds)
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XVI-733 p.
105 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2958-6
After conquering one of the biggest empires the world has ever seen, Alexander the Great died prematurely in 323 B.C., without leaving a suitable heir to the throne. During the next decades his
generals, thenceforth known as the Diadochoi or Successors, unremittingly fought over the king’s
inheritance. The balance of power which ultimately resulted from their struggle would determine the
course of events in the eastern Mediterranean for centuries to come. Despite its historical importance
many aspects of the age of the Successors remain underexplored. Written by leading international
specialists, the 24 contributions to this book help in remedying that situation by addressing new issues
or shedding fresh light on old questions. They not only explore the written and material evidence for
the epoch, the Successors’ armies and military campaigns, their political ambitions and relationships
with Greek cities, but they also address several social, economic, religious, numismatic, art-historical
and urbanistic issues. They will significantly enhance our knowledge of the creation of the Hellenistic
kingdoms as well as on the then prevailing dynastic ideas and practices. The book is of interest to
students of Hellenistic history and archaeology, and Greek historiography.
CULTS, CREEDS AND IDENTITIES IN THE GREEK CITY
AFTER THE CLASSICAL AGE
ALSTON R., VAN NIJF O.M., WILLIAMSON C.G. (eds)
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Studies on the Greek City after the
Classical Age 3
• XII-399 p.
• 75 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2714-8
This volume investigates the complex and diverse developments in the religious cultures of Greek
cities after the classical age. An international team of scholars considers the continuities of traditional
Greek religious practices, and seeks to understand the impact of new influences on those practices,
notably the deeper engagement with Judaism and how the emergence of Christianity redefined polis
religion. The essays illustrate the inadequacy of ‘decline’ as a model for understanding Greek religion,
exploring how dynamic change in religious life corresponded to the transformations in the Greek city.
The volume explores how the citizens of the Greek city after the classical age used religion to construct
their cultural identities and political experiences and how many of the features of traditional polis
religion survived into and shaped the religious mentalities of the Christian era.
LE SYSTÈME CONCEPTUEL DE L’ORDRE DU MONDE
DANS LA PENSÉE GRECQUE À L’ÉPOQUE ARCHAÏQUE
Timß, mo⁄ra, kósmov, qémiv et díkj chez Homère et Hésiode
DU SABLON V.
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• VI-351 p.
• 48 EURO
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Cet ouvrage cherche à comprendre l’idée d’ordre chez Homère et Hésiode par une analyse de notions
essentielles s’y rattachant, tant à l’échelle humaine (ordre politique, communautaire et social) que
cosmique (ordre dans le monde des dieux et dans les relations hommes-dieux). L’étude de timè, moira,
kosmos, themis et dikè et de leurs contextes homériques et hésiodiques permet d’établir les nuances
entre ces termes, qui ont chacun été définis comme désignant un «ordre» sans que leurs liens sémantiques n’aient toutefois fait l’objet d’un examen d’ensemble. Cette recherche démontre l’existence
d’une conception similaire de l’ordre du monde, d’Homère à Hésiode, au-delà de l’opposition souvent
alléguée entre leurs poésies. Si Hésiode ne s’écarte pas d’une conception «aristocratique», comme
l’établit aussi une analyse des rôles des basileis et de leur relation avec Zeus dans l’épopée, la prééminence qu’il accorde à la notion de dikè est symptomatique d’un ajustement de la tradition aux
réalités contemporaines des communautés archaïques. À travers les idées de juste part et de reconnaissance sociale, de convenance, de justice humaine et divine ainsi que des comportements qui en
découlent se dessine un système conceptuel par lequel la pensée grecque archaïque a pu appréhender
le monde et l’organisation des sociétés humaines, en conformité avec un ordre sanctionné par Zeus.
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HELLENISTIC POETRY IN CONTEXT
HARDER M.A., REGTUIT R.F., WAKKER G.C. (eds)
This volume is devoted to Hellenistic poetry in the context of the contemporary world of third century Alexandria and beyond. This topic fits in with the increasing interest in the role of literature in
ancient society in recent research, which has already been applied successfully to various aspects of
Hellenistic poetry. The subject also has an added interest because for a long time there has been a
tendency to regard this kind of poetry as art for art’s sake, a kind of autonomous poetry and display
of virtuosity among scholar-poets, who indulged in being as sophisticated as possible without being
in touch with the real world. This view has been rightly challenged in recent years and the articles in
this volume reflect this new approach, as the authors investigate the ways in which Hellenistic poetry
played a part in its social and cultural context.
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THE GREEK FIGURE POEMS
KWAPISZ J.
The earliest European specimens of visual poetry are found in the literature of the ancient Greeks:
these are six famous technopaegnia, which were composed between the end of the fourth century BC
and the first half of the second century AD by poets such as Simias of Rhodes, a scholar-poet and
precursor of Callimachus, or Iulius Vestinus, an important official at Hadrian’s court. The present
book provides an edition of the six Greek figure poems, which is accompanied by an extensive commentary and the introduction to various aspects of this mini-genre. This is the first such comprehensive treatment of the six technopaegnia in 125 years.
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56 EURO
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THE GREEK VERB. MORPHOLOGY, SYNTAX,
AND SEMANTICS
Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of Greek Linguistics. Agrigento, October 1-3,
2009
BARTOLOTTA A. (ed.)
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Despite the difficulties of reconstructing the grammar of a dead language, studying Ancient Greek
offers new insights for linguistic theory. The morphological complexity of the Greek verb with its
highly intricate inflectional system provides a valuable basis for an in-depth analysis of the mechanisms which regulate the functioning of a language. Studies on the Ancient Greek verb have also
contributed significantly to the reconstruction of the Indo-European language since the early history
of Linguistics in the nineteenth century. The conservative features preserved in the oldest stages
of Greek allow us to rely on a solid basis to which every linguist must refer in investigating a model
of the Proto-Indo-European verb. The present volume contains the papers presented at the
8th International Meeting on Greek Linguistics. The contributions of this book analyze phonological,
morphological, syntactic and semantic phenomena from various areas of grammar pertaining to the
verb, using a large corpus which ranges mostly from Homeric to Classical Greek. This volume provides a current overview of some work on Ancient Greek Linguistics, setting forth interesting topics
for further research and drawing more attention to the contribution which historical linguistics and
the study of dead languages can give to the improvement and growth of linguistic theories, toward a
deeper comprehension of the language system.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
SYLLOGE NUMMORUM GRAECORUM: STATE PUSHKIN
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Coins of the Black Sea Region. Part II: Ancient Coins of the Black Sea Littoral
KOVALENKO S.
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X-51 p.
Forthcoming
ISBN 978-90-429-2922-7
This fascicule represents the second part of the first volume of Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum of the
State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts devoted to the coins of the Black Sea littoral. It comprises
detailed descriptions and illustrations of the coin issues struck by the Greek cities situated on the
western, southern and eastern shores of the Black Sea up to Roman times, thereby completing the
publication of coin material from the circumpontic area stored in the Pushkin Museum. Despite the
relative small number of coins (fewer than 500 pieces) there are quite rare specimens among them
originating from important pre-revolutionary private collections such as those of Rozanov and
Bobrinskii. Most of the coins have never been published before and will be of special interest to
scholars.
PROSOPOGRAPHIA PONTI EVXINI EXTERNA
AVRAM A.
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XXXVI-462 p.
87 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2719-3
Although there are specialist studies on the mobility of the inhabitants of the cities and regions of the
Black Sea, we lack a comprehensive prosopography of those of them active abroad. This work, containing 3358 entries, is a first attempt, casting light on the mobility of different social and professional
groups, not only mercenaries and merchants but also itinerant philosophers and artists. It demonstrates that the Black Sea was well integrated into the main circles of the Greek, Roman and Early
Byzantine world. Chronologically, the work starts with the earliest attestations and finishes with the
end of the 6th century AD. It includes not only people attested by external documents but also persons mentioned by internal inscriptions as having travelled or died outside their country. The area of
investigation covers the entire Black Sea coast. The Prosopographia Ptolemaica is used as a model. Each
entry follows a set form: name; family relationships (father/mother, son/daughter, brother/sister);
type of inscription or category of papyrus; profession or further data on the person’s activity; form of
the ethnic; dating; testimonies and bibliographical references. For each heading the geographical order
of attestations is that of the SEG. There are very detailed indexes (names, cases of double or multiple
citizenship, proxenies or other honours awarded abroad, professional categories, etc.).
FUNERARY RELIEFS FROM THE WEST PONTIC AREA
(6TH-1ST CENTURIES BC)
PETROVA A.
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This book brings together, for the first time, tombstones of the 6th-1st centuries BC from the necropoleis of the Greek colonies of the whole western Black Sea area (modern-day Bulgaria and Romania).
It studies monuments with relief decoration – 98 pieces (from Apollonia, Bizone, Callatis,
Dionysopolis, Histria, Mesambria, Naulochos, Odessos and Orgame) are examined and illustrated in
a geographically arranged catalogue, which is preceded by a full discussion of typologies, iconography,
chronology, compositional elements, material, workshops and production, etc. The book is not merely
a case study but also an examination of Greek funerary art in general, offering parallels from mainland
Greece, the Greek islands and Asia Minor, and noting general tendencies as well as local peculiarities
specific to the western Black Sea.
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IDENTIFIERS AND IDENTIFICATION METHODS IN THE
ANCIENT WORLD
Legal Documents in Ancient Societies III
DEPAUW M., COUSSEMENT S. (eds)
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
229
• VI-286 p.
• 84 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2983-8
This volume provides a survey of how people were identified in ancient cultures around the
Mediterranean, from Mesopotamia and Egypt to Greece and Rome. Rather than discussing the identifiers themselves, the contributions focus on the selection of elements such as names, genealogy, titles,
or ethnics, as well as on legal confirmation of identity in the form of witnesses, seals or signatures.
The varying socio-onomastic and legal conventions illustrate intense cultural exchange as well as
regional traditions in the Ancient World, and this collection of papers will be of interest to both social
and legal historians.
OSTIA SPEAKS
Inscriptions, Buildings and Spaces in Rome’s Main Port
VAN DER MEER L.B.
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XII-129 p.
27 EURO
ISBN 978-90-429-2700-1
This monograph provides a brief introduction to the material history of Ostia, Rome’s harbour town
from ca 300 BC until ca AD 600, before centring on about one hundred Latin as well as some Greek
inscriptions, some of which are previously unpublished. It focuses on inscriptions which are still present in situ, in forty-two places. They range in date from ca 100 BC until ca AD 420. They belong
to and cast light upon buildings, monuments, urban spaces and tombs. Each inscription is presented
in full, supplemented by abbreviated names and words, translated into English, dated, and commented upon from a contextual point of view. Sometimes inscriptions that are not in situ, as well as
relevant ancient texts, are quoted and translated in order to sketch a broader picture. The comments
are based on a critical evaluation of the most recent archaeological, historical and epigraphic publications. Several new interpretations result from own research. The inscriptions cast light upon political,
socio-economic, religious (pagan and Christian), and funerary aspects of the multi-ethnic Ostian
society, its relation with Rome and the Mediterranean world. The publication is intended not only
for scholars, teachers and students, but also for historians, classicists, philologists, linguists, epigraphists, archaeologists and art historians. It may also prove a useful vademecum for those who intend
to visit or have visited Ostia Antica.
THE ROMAN SANCTUARY SITE AT PESSINUS
From Phrygian to Byzantine Times
VERLINDE A.
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This book presents an in-depth architecture historical and archaeological analysis of the sanctuary site
at Pessinus. Dr Angelo Verlinde brings together and scrutinizes all the archaeological data that has
been excavated and registered in the period 1967-2008. The discussed topics span a vast period
(c. 400 BC - 1000 AD) ranging from the modest early Phrygian dwellings, over the Hellenistic ‘citadel’ and ‘gymnasium’, to the Augustan theatre-temple and its Byzantine afterlife. The emphasis lays
on Roman imperial architecture in Asia Minor, and especially on the mathematical and stylistic design
principles of temples and their Roman influences. The process of reconstruction is elaborated beyond
the traditional showcase-element towards the tentative elucidation of ancient design principles in light
of ‘Vitruvian normality’ and analogous architectural data. For this reason, the book includes a detailed
catalogue of the architectural elements.
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GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY
LE DECORAZIONI DIPINTE E MARMOREE DELLA
DOMUS AUREA DI NERONE A ROMA
MEYBOOM P.G.P., MOORMANN E.M.
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105 EURO
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In this study we have thoroughly documented the various decorations of walls and vaults in the building underneath the Baths of Trajan. This edifice was part of Nero’s Domus Aurea, situated in the
Augustan Regio III alongside the southern slope of the Colle Oppio in the modern Parco delle Terme
di Traiano. This building was a large pavilion within Nero’s properties which extended over the
Oppius and Esquiline hills. It was built after the Great Fire of July AD 64, which devastated a large
part of the centre of Rome and gave the Emperor the occasion to fulfill a long-fostered wish, i.e. that
of connecting his properties (forming more or less a series of horti) with the official palace on the
Palatine. It has a depth of 55 to 60 metres and its actual length is around two hundred metres. Some
hundred and fifty rooms have been preserved. The height of the rooms varies between ten and eleven
metres.
CITIES AND GODS
Religious Space in Transition
KAIZER T., LEONE A., THOMAS E., WITCHER R. (eds)
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This volume explores the impact of religious traditions on the physical and social organisation of cities
in the ancient world. The contributors draw on diverse theories, methods and evidence to identify the
existence of broad similarities and differences in the urban religious experience. Individual papers
range from the Roman Republican period to Late Antiquity, and encompass the city of Rome, Italy,
and both the eastern and western provinces. Specific themes include the relationship between liturgy
and temple architecture, the influence of religious traditions on civic spaces, and the impact of
Christianity on the pagan city. Together, these papers make the case for the centrality of ritual and
religion in the experience of the ancient city and throw light on current debates by providing historical examples of the varied ways in which communities accommodate changing religious practices
in the urban fabric.
RESEARCH INTO PRE-ROMAN BURIAL GROUNDS IN
ITALY
NIJBOER A.J., WILLEMSEN S.L., ATTEMA P.A.J., SEUBERS J.F. (eds)
• 2014 – Caeculus. Papers on
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& Roman Studies 8
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Research into Pre-Roman Burial Grounds in Italy results from a specialist workshop held at the
University of Groningen in 2011 highlighting new results in the field of funerary archaeology.
It contains papers on funerary sites in Italy ranging from Verucchio in Emila Romagna to Francavilla
Marittima in Calabria between the 9th and 4th centuries BC. Four papers deal with the hundreds of
tombs excavated at Crustumerium (Rome). Other papers deal with the necropoleis of Francavilla
Marittima, Satricum, Verucchio, Vetulonia and Veii. The volume concludes with an article on the
excavation of 3700 medieval and later graves around St. Peter’s church in the centre of Berlin offering
an example of recent developments in recording and assessing large funerary datasets. Archaeologists
working on pre-Roman Italy are indeed frequently confronted with large burial grounds holding
hundreds to thousands of graves and having complex excavation and publication histories. These and
other challenges of funerary archaeology are conscientiously and creatively addressed by the authors
in this volume.
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LA GESTE D’ALEXANDRE LE GRAND
Version latine de Julius Valerius
FOUBERT F.
• 2014 – Lettres Orientales et Classiques
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• IV-185 p.
• 35 EURO
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Le Roman d’Alexandre raconte les hauts faits d’Alexandre le Grand, puisant pour ce faire tant aux
ouvrages historiographiques qu’à la tradition populaire. Ce texte est connu au travers de nombreuses
versions différentes, élaborées au fil du temps dans les langues les plus diverses. Elles ont peu à peu
contribué à façonner l’image légendaire du souverain macédonien. Ce livre a pour objectif d’offrir un
accès aisé à la première version latine connue de ce monument littéraire, traduction d’un original grec
perdu, mise au compte d’un certain Julius Valerius par les manuscrits qui la transmettent. Une
traduction en français, précédée d’une introduction générale à l’œuvre et à son auteur, permet de
redécouvrir ce roman trop négligé; un appareil de notes, centré sur la langue et le style de l’auteur,
met en évidence ses spécificités lexicales et syntaxiques.
LA LITTÉRATURE LATINE DE LIVIUS ANDRONICUS
À BOÈCE ET SA PERMANENCE DANS LES LETTRES
EUROPÉENNES. TOME I
VON ALBRECHT M.
• 2014 – Collection d’Études Classiques
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• XX-911 p.
• 87 EURO
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Retraçant l’histoire de la littérature latine de l’Antiquité, depuis ses débuts au IIIème siècle av. J.-C.
jusqu’au VIème siècle de notre ère, cet ouvrage s’est imposé depuis sa parution comme une référence
dans le domaine des lettres classiques. Il est à présent offert au public francophone, enrichi d’une
importante mise à jour bibliographique. Par sa structure systématique, le livre se prête autant à une
lecture suivie qu’à une consultation plus ponctuelle, facilitée aussi par le volumineux index. Tout en
suivant une approche chronologique, il accorde une place priviligiée aux genres littéraires, présentés
dans une série de chapitres diachroniques qui n’ont guère d’équivalent dans les manuels francophones.
Autre spécificité, l’attention portée à la permanence des œuvres latines de l’Antiquité dans les lettres
et les arts: la présentation de chaque auteur s’achève par un aperçu – d’ampleur inégalée dans les
ouvrages correspondants – de son influence sur la littérature latine postérieure et sur les écrivains,
artistes et penseurs qu’il inspira, du Moyen Âge à nos jours. À la fois érudite et accessible, cette histoire
de la littérature n’est pas seulement un outil de travail précieux pour les étudiants et professeurs en
lettres classiques et modernes, mais offre, à toutes les personnes qu’intéressent la culture européenne
et ses racines antiques, une introduction idéale à notre héritage latin.
ANAPHORE, CATAPHORE ET DEIXIS CHEZ PLAUTE
Les emplois de is, hic, iste, ille
PERDICOYIANNI-PALÉOLOGOU H.
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Cet ouvrage constitue la première étude systématique de l’anaphore, de la cataphore et de la deixis
chez Plaute. L’étude porte spécifiquement sur les mécanismes anaphoriques, cataphoriques et déictiques mis en œuvre par les pronoms-adjectifs is, hic, iste, ille et par les adverbes faits sur le même
thème. Le choix de l’œuvre intégrale de Plaute a été dicté par l’archaïsme de sa langue et par le registre
de langue familière qui ajoute des connotations spécifiques aux emplois des pronoms-adjectifs et des
adverbes déictiques. Une analyse approfondie de l’ensemble de leurs emplois a permis un affinement
de leur sens et, par là même, un affinement de leur traduction, qui, si elle est mécanique, laisse échapper d’importants effets de sens. L’analyse proposée s’appuie en premier lieu sur les faits de grammaire
mais aussi sur l’interprétation scénique du texte; cette interprétation permet de dégager des nuances
importantes dont il faut rendre compte dans une approche discursive. Le rôle de ces pronoms-adjectifs
est d’attirer l’attention de l’interlocuteur sur ce que le locuteur va énoncer. Les emplois déictiques de
hic, iste, ille, qui sont des symboles indexicaux incomplets, confirment leur assignation traditionnelle
aux “personnes grammaticales” et leur valeur en rapport direct avec les rôles discursifs.
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BERBER STUDIES
ENCYCLOPÉDIE BERBÈRE
Fasc. XXXV: Oasitae - Ortaïas
Fasc. XXXVI: Oryx - Ozoutae
Fasc. XXXVII-XXXVIII: P - Q
Autant anthropologiques au sens large que proprement historiques ou
linguistiques, les articles spécialisés de l’Encyclopédie berbère étudient
les caractéristiques des populations berbères et leur originalité dans
l’ensemble méditerranéen, islamique et africain.
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• 2014 – Encyclopédie Berbère 38
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UN ETHNOLOGUE ENTRE SAHARA, KABYLIE, YÉMEN
ET QUEYRAS
Hommage à Marceau Gast (1927-2010)
CHAKER S., CLAUDOT-HAWAD H. (éd.)
• 2014 – SELAF - Société d’Études
Linguistiques et Anthropologiques de France 458, MaghrebSahara 24
• VIII-273 p.
• 58 EURO
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Cet ouvrage, en hommage à Marceau Gast, explore la diversité et la richesse de l’œuvre scientifique
de ce chercheur au parcours original. Lait, grain, meules, coffres, saisons, géophagie, décors géométriques, sandales, salutations, étoiles, parenté, alliance... L’énumération des objets et des terrains
auquels s’est intéressé Marceau Gast ressemble à un inventaire à la Prévert, mais leur apparente disparité poursuit une interrogation fondamentale: comment survivre en milieu extrême? C’est en effet une
cohérence forte qui se dégage des questions récurrentes posées par ce chercheur qui aimait la vie:
quelles solutions matérielles et immatérielles inventent les hommes pour se nourrir, se protéger,
s’apparenter et construire leur société dans des environnements particulièrement hostiles comme la
montagne ou le désert qui fut pour lui également une véritable école de vie. Le livre rassemble des
contributions qui montrent les multiples facettes de l’itinéraire, des terrains et des objets d’étude de
ce chercheur original. Ethnologue, spécialiste du monde touareg, Marceau Gast a été un précurseur
des études sur l’alimentation, les techniques et la culture matérielle des Touaregs de l’Ahaggar (dans
les années 1960), avant de s’engager dans des thématiques d’anthropologie sociale: structures de
parenté, héritage, histoire et tradition orales. L’ethnologie du Sahara central n’a pas été son unique
horizon: ouvert à la comparaison, il a mené des enquêtes également en Kabylie, au Yémen, dans le
Queyras et en Haute Provence et a participé à de nombreux programmes interdisciplinaires associant
ethnologues, préhistoriens, anthropologues, nutritionistes, biologistes. Ses nombreux ami(e)s et collègues, du Sahara, du CRAPE (Alger), du LAPMO, de l’IREMAM (Aix-en-Provence) et d’ailleurs ont
voulu à l’occasion de la rencontre organisée par Salem Chaker et Hélène Claudot-Hawad les 14 et
15 mars 2011 à Aix-en-Provence rendre hommage à l’homme et au chercheur à la carrière remarquable, par la profondeur de son ancrage dans un terrain, sa diversité et son ouverture aux disciplines
connexes, son ouverture à l’Autre et aux autres, notamment aux jeunes chercheurs qu’il était toujours
prêt à aider et à conseiller.
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DE L’IMPORTANCE DES TEXTES CONSIDÉRÉS COMME
MINEURS: L’EXEMPLE DU MIDRASH HALLEL
Traduction annotée d’un Midrash entre aggada et mystique
COSTA J.
• 2013 – Collection de la Revue des
Études Juives 54
• XIV-476 p.
• 80 EURO
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Le présent ouvrage porte sur le Midrash Hallel, un recueil rabbinique peu connu qui commente de
manière presque exhaustive les Psaumes qui composent une prière fondamentale, celle du Hallel
(Ps 113-118). Il tient compte du seul manuscrit existant de ce Midrash (Munich 222) et de ses trois
éditions imprimées (celle d’A. Jellinek en 1873, celle de J.D. Eisenstein en 1915 et la version anonyme
des presses de Traklin, publiée à Varsovie en 1924), pour en donner une première traduction. Il tente
d’éclairer la relation qu’il entretient avec la reste de la littérature rabbinique classique, tout particulièrement avec le Midrash Tehillim. Il s’interroge enfin sur son caractère éventuellement mystique. Même
s’il est un recueil mineur, le Midrash Hallel ne peut qu’intéresser ceux qui cherchent à mieux connaître
les canaux par lesquels certaines traditions, notamment mystiques, ont transité entre l’époque antique
et celle du Moyen Âge.
JEWISH ART IN CONTEXT
The Role and Meaning of Artifacts and Visual Images
FEUCHTWANGER-SARIG N., SCHRIJVER E., IRVING M. (eds)
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VI-165 p.
90 EURO
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The international conference, “Jewish Art in Context: The Role of Meaning of Artifacts and Visual
Images” was held on January 14-16, 2008, organized by the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research
Center at Tel Aviv University. This volume is a nutshell representation of some of the papers that
were held at the conference. The contributions offer a survey of the achievements of Jewish art history
as a new academic discipline in the last one hundred years, seek to define the academic goals in the
present and venture to envision the contribution of Jewish art and visual culture to the study of the
history of the Jews, in the future. Furthermore, it offers a historical and a futuristic glimpse into
concepts of Jewish museology, and sheds light on some new discoveries and case-studies of Jewish art
from various parts of the Jewish diaspora.
LES COMMUNAUTÉS JUIVES DU SUD-OUEST
DE LA FRANCE
Prières et traditions linguistiques
BAR-ASHER M.
• 2013 – SELAF - Société d’Études
Linguistiques et Anthropologiques de France 462, Europe et
tradition orale 13
• XII-375 p.
• 75 EURO
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Ce livre est un recueil de recherches linguistiques sur les usages liturgiques et vernaculaires de l’hébreu
dans les communautés de rite portugais du Sud-Ouest de la France. Il comprend aussi une édition de
plusieurs textes liturgiques illustrant cette tradition. La présente étude comprend onze chapitres répartis en trois parties. La première partie relate les circonstances de la découverte des cahiers de Péreyre
qui sont décrits brièvement avec des extraits significatifs, notamment le texte intégral de l’office du
nouvel An. Ces textes sont accompagnés de commentaires linguistiques et d’annotations sur d’autres
aspects de ces sources. La deuxième partie traite exhaustivement de questions linguistiques soulevées
par l’hébreu liturgique en usage dans ces communautés et par des données tirées de la langue parlée
et des documents écrits à Bordeaux et à Bayonne au cours des trois derniers siècles. Enfin, la troisième
partie est principalement consacrée aux mots hébreux et araméens qui émaillent les langues parlées et
écrites (espagnol, français et, dans une moindre mesure, portugais) de la nation portugaise et de ses
descendants. L’ensemble est agrémenté d’un riche appareil d’annotations grammaticales de plus ou
moins grande ampleur.
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INDIAN STUDIES
LA QUESTION DE LA NON-DUALITÉ DANS LA
JAIMINIYASAÓHITA DU BRAHMAıΔAPURAıA
Le Janakaprasna
SMETS S.
• 2013 – Publications de l’Institut
Orientaliste de Louvain 63
• XXVI-422 p.
• 80 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2655-4
Le Jaiminiyasaμhitā, en partie inédite, est une œuvre purā∞ique de nature «encyclopédique». Dans
une section de six chapitres intitulée «La question de Janaka» (Janakaprasna), le roi Kārtaviryārjuna
rend visite à Dattātreya, afin de recevoir un enseignement sur l’advaita, la «non-dualité». Ce dernier
lui rapporte l’enseignement que le sage Asita transmit autrefois au roi mythique Janaka. Cette «question de Janaka», à l’instar des UpaniÒad, se présente sous la forme d’un dialogue entre un maître et
un disciple. La thématique au cœur de ce dialogue concerne la nature du brahman et son rapport au
corps. Elle permet à l’auteur de faire montre de l’étendue de son savoir dans des domaines aussi riches
que variés: le développement embryonaire et les théories physiologiques, les conceptions cosmogoniques, les paradoxes de la non-dualité et les disciplines de salut, en particulier le yoga, influencé par
des conceptions tantriques. Cette editio princeps du Janakaprasna est accompagnée d’une traduction et
d’un commentaire qui approfondit les thématiques abordées, avec une attention particulière pour
l’identification des sources et des textes parallèles.
LE DISCOURS ROYAL DANS L’INDE DU SUD ANCIENNE. INSCRIPTIONS ET MONUMENTS PALLAVA (IV ème - IXème SIÈCLES)
Tome I: Introduction et sources
FRANCIS E.
• 2013 – Publications de l’Institut
Orientaliste de Louvain 64
• XLII-319 p.
• 75 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2688-2
Cet ouvrage est une étude de l’idéologie royale de la dynastie des Pallava qui prospérèrent dans le sud
de l’Inde du IVème au IXème siècle. Ces rois hindous ont laissé des sources diverses et nombreuses qui
donnent accès à leur conception du monde et de la société, en particulier à leur représentation de la
royauté. Cette étude montre, en examinant des éloges épigraphiques et iconographiques, mais aussi
les monnaies et un poème de cour en tamoul (le Nantikkalampakam), qu’il existe à côté du modèle
brahmanique de la subordination du roi au brahmane, un discours royal propre, voire contestataire.
Ce premier tome contient l’introduction et la présentation des sources de cette étude. Sa première
partie est une introduction à la royauté hindoue et à la dynastie des Pallava (origine, histoire, art).
Dans la deuxième partie est établi et présenté le corpus des sources considérées comme témoignant du
discours royal, à distinguer d’autres sources d’époque pallava qui ne sont pas royales, mais locales.
Cette deuxième partie se conclut par une réflexion sur le panégyrique royal et sur la nature des sources
royales (émetteurs, fonction, récepteurs).
CORPUS TOPOGRAPHICUM INDIAE ANTIQUAE III
Indian Toponyms in Ancient Greek and Latin Texts
POLLET G., VAN DAMME G., DEPUYDT F.
• 2014 – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
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• XIV-85 p.
• 95 EURO
• ISBN 978-90-429-2913-5
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Volume III of the Corpus Topographicum Indiae Antiquae deals with Indian toponyms in ancient
Greek and Latin texts. Anyone who is interested in ancient Greeks and Romans and their contacts
with India and Sri Lanka is faced with the inconvenience of the vague location of places as well as the
often arbitrary spelling of the names. The present monograph fills the gap. It consists of an alphabetical index and an atlas. The data of this volume is compiled from Diodorus, Strabo, Pomponius
Mela, Quintus Curtius, Plinius Maior, Periplus, Arrianus, Ptolemaios and Kosmas Indicopleustes.
Each entry is followed by a reference to the ancient work and to modern authors dealing with it. The
index contains the names with their synonyms, variant spelling and essential notes regarding their
identification and location. A system of cross-references interlinks synonymous toponyms. In order to
complete the link between the place-names and their exact location it proved useful to appendix a set
of gridded maps (33). Places are plotted on the maps. The index and atlas form an indispensable
research and work tool for all interested in ancient toponyms and in their identification and location.
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Pirart É., Le sort des Gâthâs et autres études iraniennes in memoriam Jacques Duchesne-Guillemin, 2013, VIII-224 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2733-9
86 EURO
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Mortensen P., Excavations at Tepe Guran. The Neolithic Period, 2014, VIII-145 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3047-6
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Crowley J.L., The Iconography of Aegean Seals, 2013, XVIII-408 p. + 25 pl., ISBN: 978-90-429-2917-3 95 EURO
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Devolder M., Construire en Crète minoenne. Une approche énergétique de l’architecture néopalatiale, 2013, VI-163 p.
+ 26 pl., ISBN: 978-90-429-3007-0
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Davis B., Minoan Stone Vessels with Linear A Inscriptions, 2014, XXIV-421 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3097-1
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Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series
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Redford S., Ergin N., Cities and Citadels in Turkey. From the Iron Age to the Seljuks, 2013, X-346 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2712-4
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Summers G.D., Yanik Tepe, Northwestern Iran. The Early Trans-Caucasian Period. Stratigraphy and Architecture,
2013, XXXII-217 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2713-1
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Yener K.A., Across the Border: Late Bronze-Iron Age Relations between Syria and Anatolia. Proceedings of a Symposium
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ISBN: 978-90-429-2715-5
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Pappa E., Early Iron Age Exchange in the West: Phoenicians in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, 2013, XX-373 p.,
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De Cupere B., Linseele V., Hamilton-Dyer S., Archaeozoology of the Near East X. Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on the Archaeozoology of South-Western Asia and Adjacent Areas, 2013, X-420 p., ISBN: 978-90-4292966-1
105 EURO
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Tebes J.M., Unearthing the Wilderness. Studies on the History and Archaeology of the Negev and Edom in the Iron Age,
2014, X-306 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2973-9
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Kennedy M., The Late Third Millennium BCE in the Central Orontes, Syria. Ceramics, Chronology and Cultural Connections, 2014, ca 525 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3011-7
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Magdalino P., Ergin N., Istanbul and Water, 2014, ca 275 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3062-9
48
Bonanno A., Vella N.C., Tas-Silg, Marsaxlokk (Malta) I. Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of
Malta, 1996-2005, 2014, ca 550 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3076-6
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Bonanno A., Vella N.C., Tas-Silg, Marsaxlokk (Malta) II. Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of
Malta, 1996-2005, 2014, ca 700 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3077-3
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Babesch Supplements
20
Meyboom P.G.P., Moormann E.M., Le decorazioni dipinte e marmoree della Domus Aurea di Nerone a Roma, 2013,
VIII-287 p. + VIII-190 p. (2 vol.), ISBN: 978-90-429-2545-8
105 EURO
22
Kaizer T., Leone A., Thomas E., Witcher R., Cities and Gods. Religious Space in Transition, 2013, VIII-170 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2905-0
76 EURO
23
Lucore S.K., Trümper M., Greek Baths and Bathing Culture. New Discoveries and Approaches, 2013, VIII-350 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2897-8
85 EURO
24
Wiplinger G., Historische Wasserleitungen. Gestern - Heute - Morgen. Tagungsband des Internationalen FrontinusSymposiums. Wien, 19.-23. Oktober 2011, 2013, XVI-293 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2967-8
87 EURO
25
Kotsonas A., Understanding Standardization and Variation in Mediterranean Ceramics. Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC, 2014, VIII-196 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3091-9
87 EURO
Bibliothèque des Cahiers de l’Institut de Linguistique de Louvain (BCILL)
120
Duhoux Y., Morpurgo Davies A., A Companion to Linear B. Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World. Volume 1,
2008, XII-448 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1848-1
55 EURO
127
Duhoux Y., Morpurgo Davies A., A Companion to Linear B. Mycenean Greek Texts and their World. Volume 2,
2011, VIII-343 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2403-1
55 EURO
128
Bartolotta A., The Greek Verb. Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics. Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of Greek
Linguistics. Agrigento, October 1-3, 2009, 2014, X-342 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2722-3
57 EURO
131
Bernabé A., Luján E.R., Donum Mycenologicum. Mycenaean Studies in Honour of Francisco Aura Jorro, 2014, X-276
p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2909-8
55 EURO
133
Duhoux Y., Morpurgo Davies A., A Companion to Linear B. Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World. Volume 3,
2014, VIII-292 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2932-6
65 EURO
British Museum Publications on Egypt and Sudan
1
Anderson J.R., Welsby D.A., The Fourth Cataract and Beyond. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for
Nubian Studies, 2014, XXVIII-1194 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3044-5
125 EURO
2
O’Connell E.R., Egypt in the First Millennium AD. Perspectives from New Fieldwork, 2014, ca 300 p., ISBN: 978-90429-3071-1
Forthcoming
Caeculus. Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology and Greek & Roman Studies
8
Nijboer A.J., Willemsen S.L., Attema P.A.J., Seubers J.F., Research into Pre-Roman Burial Grounds in Italy, 2014,
XII-220 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3009-4
60 EURO
Cahiers de Studia Iranica
49
Azarnouche S., «Husraw i Kawadan ud Redag-e». Khosrow fils de Kawad et un page. Texte pehlevi édité et traduit,
2013, 211 p., ISBN: 978-2-910640-35-4
30 EURO
Collection d’Études Classiques
26
von Albrecht M., La littérature latine de Livius Andronicus à Boèce et sa permanence dans les lettres européennes. Tome I,
2014, XX-911 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2651-6
87 EURO
27
Du Sablon V., Le système conceptuel de l’ordre du monde dans la pensée grecque à l’époque archaïque. Timè, moira,
kosmos, themis et dikè chez Homère et Hésiode, 2014, VI-351 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2968-5
48 EURO
Collection de la Revue des Études Juives
54
Costa J., De l’importance des textes considérés comme mineurs: l’exemple du Midrash Hallel. Traduction annotée d’un
Midrash entre aggada et mystique, 2013, XIV-476 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2597-7
80 EURO
Collection Turcica
18
Onaran B., Détrôner le sultan. Deux conjurations à l’époque des réformes ottomanes: Kuleli (1859) et Meslek (1867),
2013, XXXII-477 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2544-1
75 EURO
19
Clayer N., Kaynar E., Penser, agir et vivre dans l’Empire ottoman et en Turquie. Études réunies pour François Georgeon,
2013, XXII-542 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2598-4
75 EURO
Colloquia Antiqua
7
De Angelis F., Regionalism and Globalism in Antiquity. Exploring Their Limits, 2013, XVI-362 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2669-1
78 EURO
8
Avram A., Prosopographia Ponti Euxini Externa, 2013, XXXVI-462 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2719-3
9
Youssef Y.N., Moawad S., From Old Cairo to the New World. Coptic Studies Presented to Gawdat Gabra on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, 2013, XX-227 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2731-5
75 EURO
10
Rollinger R., Schnegg K., Kulturkontakte in antiken Welten: vom Denkmodell zum Fallbeispiel. Proceedings des internationalen Kolloquiums aus Anlass des 60. Geburtstages von Christoph Ulf, Innsbruck, 26. bis 30. Januar 2009, 2014,
XXIV-584 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2921-0
95 EURO
11
Kovalenko S., Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum: State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Coins of the Black Sea Region.
Part II: Ancient Coins of the Black Sea Littoral, 2014, X-51 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2922-7
Forthcoming
12
Podossinov A.V., The Periphery of the Classical World in Ancient Geography and Cartography, 2014, XII-164 p., ISBN:
978-90-429-2923-4
68 EURO
13
Madden A.M., Corpus of Byzantine Church Mosaic Pavements in Israel and the Palestinian Territories, 2014, ca 250 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-3061-2
Forthcoming
14
Petrova A., Funerary Reliefs from the West Pontic Area (6th-1st Centuries BC), 2014, ca 350 p., ISBN: 978-90-4293088-9
Forthcoming
87 EURO
Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium
647
Poizat B., Jacques Rhétoré. La versification en Soureth (Araméen contemporain), 2013, XIV-156, ISBN: 978-90-4292656-1
74 EURO
648
La Spisa P., I trattati teologici di Sulayman Ibn Hasan al-Gazzi. T., 2013, XLII-205 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2657-8
120 EURO
649
La Spisa P., I trattati teologici di Sulayman Ibn Hasan al-Gazzi. V., 2013, XX-65 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2658-5
120 EURO
650
Schenke G., Das koptisch hagiographische Dossier des Heiligen Kolluthos. Arzt, Märtyrer und Wunderheiler, 2013, XII340 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2720-9
115 EURO
651
Childers J. W., The Syriac Version of John Chrysostom’s Commentary on John. I. Mêmrê 1-43. T., 2013, XLIV-331 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2728-5
120 EURO
652
Childers J. W., The Syriac Version of John Chrysostom’s Commentary on John. I. Mêmrê 1-43. V., 2013, XVIII-333 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2729-2
109 EURO
653
Haile G., The Homily of Zär’a Ya’eqob’s Mäshafä Berhan on the Rite of Baptism and Religious Instruction. T., 2013,
XXII-119 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2752-0
79 EURO
654
Haile G., The Homily of Zär’a Ya’eqob’s Mäshafä Berhan on the Rite of Baptism and Religious Instruction. V., 2013,
VIII-87 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2753-7
69 EURO
655
Joest C., Die Pachom-Briefe. Übersetzung und Deutung, 2014, ca 450 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3013-1
Forthcoming
656
Fiori E., Dionigi Areopagita. Nomi divini, teologia mistica, epistole. La versione siriaca di Sergio di Res’ayna (VI secolo).
T., 2014, ca 150 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3082-7
Forthcoming
657
Fiori E., Dionigi Areopagita. Nomi divini, teologia mistica, epistole. La versione siriaca di Sergio di Res’ayna (VI secolo).
V., 2014, ca 200 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3083-4
Forthcoming
Eastern Christian Studies
17
Wolfram G., Troelsgard C., Tradition and Innovation in Late- and Postbyzantine Liturgical Chant II. Proceedings of
the Congress held at Hernen Castle, the Netherlands, 30 October - 3 November 2008, 2013, XXIV-328 p., ISBN: 97890-429-2748-3
60 EURO
20
Doerfler M., Fiano E., Smith K., Syriac Encounters. Papers from the Sixth North American Syriac Symposium, Duke
University, 26-29 June 2011, 2014, ca 475 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3046-9
Forthcoming
Egyptologische Uitgaven - Egyptological Publications
24
Borghouts J.F., Egyptian. An Introduction to the Writing and Language of the Middle Kingdom. Volume I: Grammar,
Syntax and Indexes. Volume II: Sign Lists, Exercises and Reading Texts, 2010, 581 p. + 481 p. (2 vol.), ISBN: 978-90429-2294-5
120 EURO
26
van der Vliet J., Hagen J.L., Qasr Ibrim, between Egypt and Africa. Studies in Cultural Exchange (NINO Symposium,
Leiden, 11-12 December 2009), 2013, VI-191 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3030-8
40 EURO
27
Hays H.M., Feder F., Morenz L.D., Interpretations of Sinuhe. Inspired by Two Passages (Proceedings of a Workshop
held at Leiden University, 27-29 November 2009), 2014, VI-243 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3122-0
45 EURO
28
Haring B.J.J., Kaper O.E., van Walsem R., The Workman’s Progress. Studies in the Village of Deir el-Medina and
Other Documents from Western Thebes in Honour of Rob Demarée, 2014, XIV-332 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3123-7
59 EURO
Encyclopédie Berbère
35
Encyclopédie Berbère. Fasc. XXXV. Oasitae - Ortaïas, 2013, VIII p. 5695-5858, ISBN: 978-90-429-2902-9
38 EURO
36
Encyclopédie Berbère. Fasc. XXXVI. Oryx - Ozoutae, 2013, p. 5859-6018, ISBN: 978-90-429-2960-9
37
Encyclopédie Berbère. Fasc. XXXVII, 2014, ISBN: 978-90-429-3158-9
Forthcoming
38
Encyclopédie Berbère. Fasc. XXXVIII, 2014, ISBN: 978-90-429-3159-6
Forthcoming
38 EURO
Fouilles du Louvre à Saqqara
2
Ziegler C., Les tombes hypogées de Basse Époque F7, F17, H, j1, Q, n1, 2013, XXXVI-517 p. + XII-229 p. (2 vol.),
ISBN: 978-90-429-2447-5
190 EURO
Groningen-Royal Holloway Studies on the Greek City after the Classical Age
3
Alston R., van Nijf O.M., Williamson C.G., Cults, Creeds and Identities in the Greek City after the Classical Age,
2013, XII-399 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2714-8
75 EURO
Hellenistica Groningana
19
Kwapisz J., The Greek Figure Poems, 2013, X-219 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2745-2
20
Harder M.A., Regtuit R.F., Wakker G.C., Hellenistic Poetry in Context, 2014, X-349 p., ISBN: 978-90-4292985-2
64 EURO
56 EURO
Interdisciplinary Studies in Ancient Culture and Religion
14
Jacobs I., Production and Prosperity in the Theodosian Period, 2014, XVI-397 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3012-4
67 EURO
15
Laes C., Mustakallio K., Vuolanto V., Children and Family in Late Antiquity. Life, Death and Interaction, 2014,
ca 400 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3135-0
Forthcoming
Late Antique History and Religion
8
Dijkstra J.H.F., Fisher G., Inside and Out. Interactions between Rome and the Peoples on the Arabian and Egyptian
Frontiers in Late Antiquity, 2014, ISBN: 978-90-429-3124-4
Forthcoming
Les Cahiers du MIDEO
6
Broeckaert B., Van den Branden S., Pérennès J.-J., Perspectives on Islamic Culture. Essays in Honour of Emilio
G. Platti, 2013, XXIV-350 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2734-6
78 EURO
Lettres Orientales et Classiques
10
Vanséveren S., Nisili. Manuel de langue hittite. Volume I, 2006, VI-275 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1797-2
34 EURO
18
Foubert F., La Geste d’Alexandre le Grand. Version latine de Julius Valerius, 2014, IV-185 p., ISBN: 978-90-4292687-5
35 EURO
19
Vanséveren S., Nisili. Manuel de langue hittite. Volume II. Le système verbal hittite, 2014, X-251 p., ISBN: 978-90429-3018-6
34 EURO
Monographs on Antiquity
6
Andreyev Y.V., From Eurasia to Europe. Crete and the Aegean World in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages (3rd - Early
1st Millennia BC), 2013, XIV-553 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2723-0
105 EURO
7
Verlinde A., The Roman Sanctuary Site at Pessinus. From Phrygian to Byzantine Times, 2014, ca 450 p., ISBN: 97890-429-3056-8
Forthcoming
Orbis Supplementa
38
Perdicoyianni-Paléologou H., Anaphore, cataphore et deixis chez Plaute. Les emplois de is, hic, iste, ille, 2013, XXII-227
p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2681-3
65 EURO
Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
110
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band I. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 647 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1146-8
120 EURO
111
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band II. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 844 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1147-5
120 EURO
112
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band III. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 826 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1148-2
120 EURO
113
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band IV. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 816 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1149-9
120 EURO
114
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band V. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 973 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1150-5
120 EURO
115
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band VI. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 746 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1151-2
120 EURO
116
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band VII. Bearbeitet von Dagmar Budde, Peter Dils,
Lothar Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz und Daniela Mendel unter Mitarbeit von Frank Förster, Daniel von Recklinghausen
und Bettina Ventker, 2002, 695 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1152-9
120 EURO
129
Leitz C., Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen Band VIII: Register. Bearbeitet von Lothar
Goldbrunner, Christian Leitz, Daniela Mendel, Daniel von Recklinghausen und Bettina Ventker, 2003, 802 p. + CD,
ISBN: 978-90-429-1376-9
150 EURO
193
Jacobs I., Aesthetic Maintenance of Civic Space. The ‘Classical’ City from the 4th to the 7th c. AD, 2013, XII-1028 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2302-7
120 EURO
199
Ciggaar K., van Aalst V., East and West in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean II. Antioch from the Byzantine Reconquest until the End of the Crusader Principality. Acta of the Congress Held at Hernen Castle (the Netherlands) in May
2006, 2013, XVIII-411 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2393-5
85 EURO
215
Klemm V., al-Sha’ar N., Sources and Approaches across Disciplines in Near Eastern Studies. Proceedings of the
24th Congress of L’Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, 2013, XIV-562 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2558-8
89 EURO
217
Bader B., Ownby M.F., Functional Aspects of Egyptian Ceramics in their Archaeological Context. Proceedings of a Conference held at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, July 24th - July 25th, 2009, 2013, XII421 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2581-6
90 EURO
221
Cauville S., Dendara. Le pronaos du temple d’Hathor. Analyse de la décoration, 2013, XXIV-908 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2730-8
110 EURO
222
Tacke N., Das Opferritual des ägyptischen Neuen Reiches. Band I: Texte. Band II: Übersetzung und Kommentar, 2013,
XIV-396 p. + VIII-362 p. (2 vol.), ISBN: 978-90-429-2727-8
120 EURO
223
Vermeulen U., D’hulster K., Van Steenbergen J., Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras
VII. Proceedings of the 16th, 17th and 18th International Colloquium Organized at Ghent University in May 2007,
2008 and 2009, 2013, XVI-561 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2631-8
89 EURO
224
Yoyotte J., Histoire, géographie et religion de l’Égypte ancienne: Opera selecta. Textes édités et indexés par Ivan Guermeur,
2013, XXVIII-632 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2912-8
95 EURO
225
Davies H.T., Yusuf al-Shirbini’s Kitab Hazz al-Quhuf bi-Sharh Qasid Abi Shaduf (“Brains Confounded by the Ode of
Abu Shaduf Expounded”). Volume III: A Lexicon of 17th-century Egyptian Arabic, 2013, XII-141 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2696-7
84 EURO
226
Cilardo A., Islam and Globalisation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Proceedings of the 25th Congress of
L’Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, 2013, XXXII-610 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2941-8
98 EURO
227
Brock S., Van Rompay L., Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts and Fragments in the Library of Deir al-Surian, Wadi
al-Natrun (Egypt), 2014, XXII-834 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2962-3
105 EURO
228
Pollet G., Van Damme G., Depuydt F., Corpus Topographicum Indiae Antiquae III. Indian Toponyms in Ancient
Greek and Latin Texts, 2014, XIV-85 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2913-5
95 EURO
229
Depauw M., Coussement S., Identifiers and Identification Methods in the Ancient World. Legal Documents in Ancient
Societies III, 2014, VI-286 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2983-8
84 EURO
230
Lipinski E., Semitic Linguistics in Historical Perspective, 2014, XVI-725 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3020-9
231
Depauw M., Broux Y., Acts of the Tenth International Congress of Demotic Studies. Leuven, 26-30 August 2008, 2014,
XIV-390 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3008-7
84 EURO
232
Aufrère S.H., Alexander P.S., Plese Z., On the Fringe of Commentary. Metatextuality in Ancient Near Eastern and
Ancient Mediterranean Cultures, 2014, XX-472 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3073-5
Forthcoming
95 EURO
Waerzeggers C., Marduk-remanni. Local Networks and Imperial Politics in Achaemenid Babylonia, 2014, ca 650 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-3040-7
Forthcoming
Fazzini R.A., van Dijk J., The First Pylon of the Mut Temple, South Karnak: Architecture, Decoration, Inscriptions. The
Brooklyn Museum Expedition to the Precinct of Mut at South Karnak, 2014, ISBN: 978-90-429-3055-1 Forthcoming
Kousoulis P., Lazaridis N., Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, University of the Aegean,
Rhodes, 22-29 May 2008, 2014, ISBN: 978-90-429-2550-2
Forthcoming
Pharos Supplements
1
Voutsaki S., Valamoti S.M., Diet, Economy and Society in the Ancient Greek World. Towards a Better Integration
of Archaeology and Science. Proceedings of the International Conference Held at the Netherlands Institute at Athens on
22-24 March 2010, 2013, VIII-241 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2724-7
68 EURO
Publications de l’Institut Orientaliste de Louvain
62
Den Heijer J., Schmidt A., Pataridze T., Scripts Beyond Borders. A Survey of Allographic Traditions in the EuroMediterranean World, 2014, XX-657 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2646-2
95 EURO
63
Smets S., La question de la non-dualité dans la Jaiminiyasamhita du Brahmandapurana. Le Janakaprasna, 2013, XXVI422 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2655-4
80 EURO
64
Francis E., Le discours royal dans l’Inde du Sud ancienne. Inscriptions et monuments pallava (IVème - IXème siècles). Tome I.
Introduction et sources, 2013, XLII-319 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2688-2
75 EURO
66
Lebrun C., Présence et pouvoir hittites à Ougarit. Le cas des DUMU.LUGAL, 2014, XXXIV-359 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2970-8
Forthcoming
67
Fournet J.-L., Tihon A., «Conformément aux observations d’Hipparque»: le Papyrus Fouad inv. 267 A, 2014, IV-190 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-3021-6
50 EURO
Ras Shamra - Ougarit
21
Matoïan V., Al-Maqdissi M., Études ougaritiques III, 2013, XVIII-490 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3017-9
75 EURO
Recherches suisses d’archéologie copte
4
Weidmann D., Kellia. Kôm Qouçoûr ‘Îsâ 1. Fouilles de 1965 à 1978, 2013, 538 p. + 12 dépliants, ISBN: 978-90429-2671-4
95 EURO
Res Orientales
21
Gyselen R., Objets et documents inscrits en parsig, 2012, 218 p., ISBN: 978-2-9521376-5-2
80 EURO
SELAF - Société d’Études Linguistiques et Anthropologiques de France
458
Chaker S., Claudot-Hawad H., Un ethnologue entre Sahara, Kabylie, Yémen et Queyras. Hommage à Marceau Gast
(1927-2010), 2014, VIII-273 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2744-5
58 EURO
462
Bar-Asher M., Les communautés juives du sud-ouest de la France. Prières et traditions linguistiques, 2013, XII-375 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2969-2
75 EURO
Studia Rosenthaliana
45
Feuchtwanger-Sarig N., Schrijver E., Irving M., Jewish Art in Context. The Role and Meaning of Artifacts and Visual
Images, 2013, VI-165 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2561-8
90 EURO
Studia Demotica
7A
Den Brinker A.A., Muhs B.P., Vleeming S.P., A Berichtigungsliste of Demotic Documents. A. Papyrus Editions, 2005,
LII-410 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-1603-6
72 EURO
7B
Den Brinker A.A., Muhs B.P., Vleeming S.P., A Berichtigungsliste of Demotic Documents. B. Ostrakon Editons and
Various Publications, 2005, VIII p. 411-861, ISBN: 978-90-429-1604-3
72 EURO
7C
Hartmann I., Vleeming S.P., A Berichtigungsliste of Demotic Documents. C. Indexes of New and Rejected Readings,
2013, XIV p. 863-1133, ISBN: 978-90-429-2900-5
72 EURO
11
Vleeming S.P., Aspects of Demotic Orthography. Acts of an International Colloquium held in Trier, 8 November 2010,
2013, XIV-184 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2901-2
65 EURO
Studia Hellenistica
53
Hauben H., Meeus A., The Age of the Successors and the Creation of the Hellenistic Kingdoms (323-276 B.C.), 2014,
XVI-733 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2958-6
105 EURO
54
Broux Y., Double Names and Elite Strategy in Roman Egypt, 2014, ca 375 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-3125-1
Forthcoming
Studies in the History and Anthropology of Religion
4
Trzaskoma S.M., Smith R.S., Writing Myth. Mythography in the Ancient World, 2013, XXIV-382 p., ISBN: 978-90429-2911-1
45 EURO
5
Dignas B., Parker R., Stroumsa G.G., Priests and Prophets among Pagans, Jews and Christians, 2013, XII-248 p.,
ISBN: 978-90-429-2974-6
47 EURO
Suppléments à Iranica Antiqua
10
De Schacht T., Haerinck E., Bibliographie analytique de l’archéologie de l’Iran Ancien. Supplément 5: 2004-2010,
2013, X-159 p., ISBN: 978-90-429-2975-3
64 EURO
11
Mussche H.F., Vanhove D., Varoufakis G., Thorikos 1983/1990. Rapport préliminaire sur les 17e, 18e, 19e, 20e et
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