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393 pages
Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, 47
Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Paperback (December 1989)
ISBN-13 9780918986573
ISBN-10 0918986575
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Ancient Near East
Essays in Ancient Civilization Presented to Helene J. Kantor
by Albert Leonard and Bruce B. Williams
Contents: Tepe Chenchi: An Important Settlement Near Khorsabad ( G. Algaze ); Re-Examination of a Cult-and-Art Object from Beth Yerah ( R. Amiran ); Notes on the Style and Iconography of the Chalcolithic Hoard from Nahal Mishmar ( P. Beck ); A Recut Old Babylonian Seal with a Sumerian Prayer of the Kassite Period ( R. D. Biggs ); Comments on Small Finds and Items of Artistic Significance from Tell Hadidi and Nearby Sites in the Euphrates Valley, Syria ( R. H. Dornemann ); Village Potters in Early Bronze Age Palestine: A Case Study ( D. Esse ); Dämonen ohne Stammbaum: Zu einigen mesopotamischen Amuletten aus dem Kunsthandel ( W. Farber ); Hittite kursa 'Hunting Bag' ( H. G. Gueterbock ); God or Worshipper ( Th. Jacobsen ); A Royal Head from Luxor ( J. H. Johnson and D. Whitcomb ); A New Third Millennium Sculpture from Mozan ( M. Kelly-Buccellati ); An Early Industrial Proto-Urban Center on the Central Plateau of Iran: Tepe Ghabristan ( Y. Majidzadeh ); A Monster Mirrored ( H. P. Martin ); The Chronology and Ceramic Assemblages of Alalakh ( T. L. McClellan ); Crown Window Panes: Constantinian or Justinian? ( C. Meyer ); Mosaic, Glass, and Frit Vessels from Marlik ( E. O. Negahban ); Problems of Late Assyrian Reliefs ( E. Porada ); The Judean Desert Treasure from Nahal Mishmar: A Chalcolithic Traders' Hoard? ( M. Tadmor ); Urartian Bronzes Formerly in the Oriental Institute Museum ( M. van Loon ); Carved Bones from Corinth ( E. Vermeule ); Some Foreign Personal Names and Loan-Words from the Deir el-Medineh Ostraca ( W. A. Ward ); An Early Pottery Jar with Incised Decoration from Egypt ( B. B. Williams ); North Syrian Ivories and Tell Halaf Reliefs: The Impact of Luxury Goods upon 'Major' Arts ( I. J. Winter ); Ancient Egypt and the Red Sea Trade: The Case for Obsidian in the Predynastic and Archaic Periods ( J. Zarins ); Pottery Profiles Reconstructed from Jar Sealings in the Lower Seal Impression Strata ( SIS 8-4 ) at Ur: New Evidence for Dating ( R. L. Zettler ). 
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