Babylon – Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier er Nordens ledende vitenskapelige tidsskrift om samtidens Midtøsten. Tidsskriftet publiserer akademiske artikler, bokessay og anmeldelser innenfor fagfeltet. Bidragene er i hovedsak skrevet på skandinaviske språk, men Babylon trykker i utvalgte tilfeller engelskspråklige bidrag fra ikke-skandinaviske forfattere.
Babylon leses av forskere, studenter, journalister og andre som arbeider med, eller er interessert i, Midtøsten. Babylon er representert i de fleste av landets ledende fag- og institusjonsbibliotek. Tidsskriftet distribueres også via privat abonnement og ledende bokhandlere.
Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab har siden 1951 udsendt årbogen Kuml, som har udviklet sig til et af dansk arkæologis vægtige skrifter. Artiklerne henvender sig både til fagfolk, amatører og alment arkæologisk interesserede.
Årbogen indeholder først og fremmest artikler om forhistorisk arkæologi og middelalderarkæologi, men også om kulturhistoriske emner i almindelighed. Endvidere er der i Kuml anmeldelser af diverse udgivelser.
Kuml udsendes gratis til medlemmer af Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab, der ligeledes kan erhverve bogudgivelserne til medlemspris.
Kontingentet fastsættes på den årlige generalforsamling og udgør i øjeblikket 200 kr. pr. år, hvortil skal lægges forsendelsesomkostninger.
Archaeologica Adriatica is a journal of exclusively archaeological character involved in explicating various archaeological themes and questions related to the Adriatic Sea region and the area bordering it. This definitely includes those areas that in earlier (archaeological, historical) periods composed cultural units. Journal will publish texts extending from the prehistoric period and the period of antiquity to the medieval period. Texts dealing with aspects of later periods will also be considered if they have clear connections to archaeology. Articles indirectly related to archaeology (ethnology and history, for instance) will also be published, as well as works dealing with methodology, museum studies. and the protection of cultural monuments. All texts will be published in Croatian. At present only extensive summaries will be published in foreign languages, but in future we hope to begin with parallel translations of the complete articles.
The Royal Asiatic Society's Digital Library provides free online access to some of our historic collections, for a worldwide audience. The site features archives, manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and more, from a variety of Asian cultures, as well as materials showing some of the ways Europeans have responded to Asia over the centuries. The site does not contain our whole collection, but we aim to constantly add new content. For further information about any of our collections or activities, please contact us or visit the Society’s main website.
We are very grateful to the Friends of the National Libraries for generously supporting the creation of this Digital Library, and for the digitization of the Thomas Manning Archive. We are also grateful to the following partners for their generous support towards the digitization of items in the Society’s collections: the National Library Board, Singapore; Professor Charles Melville, and the Cambridge Shahnama Project; and Dr Barbara Brend.
The purpose of HolyLandPhotos.org is to make images from the lands of the Bible available free to the general public. Our emphasis is upon the images. The text accompanying the image is meant to be helpful in identifying what one is looking at in the image and to comment briefly about the significance of the image, but the text is not intended to be exhaustive. The interested person should pursue avenues of interest in relevant dictionaries and encyclopedias.
The site has been conceived, developed, and maintained on a volunteer basis by Dr. Carl Rasmussen and Jesse Gavin (see below). Carl Rasmussen provides all photos unless otherwise noted.
Please note — this is a GROWING site. Images are being added to it weekly.
Use of the Web Site
Classroom — For those with classroom connections to the internet, you can merely log on towww.HolyLandPhotos.organd click away to show images to your class. You are invited to include references/links to the web site in your syllabai and web pages that you maintain - so that your students can access the site for study purposes.
Bible Study — HolyLandPhotos.org can be used by those studying the Bible. As you become interested in various places check HolyLandPhotos.org to see if images of the place or area that you are studying are available in the digital database. This can be done by checking the site list, using the search feature, or browsing by country and region.
Digital Presentations — The images in the HolyLandPhotos.org are not just for viewing, but are available for you to download and use in your digital presentations: in the classroom, in churches, in synagogues, in religious schools, etc. For downloading permissionclick here.
Current and Anticipated Coverage of HolyLandPhotos.org
The current coverage of this web site includes archaeological sites and views in Israel, Turkey, Greece, Jordan, and Lebanon. About 40-50 images are being added weekly. You are invited to register here for occasional announcements on image additions.
The images in the database are JPEG format. It has not been possible to be entirely consistent with image size or quality. We will be entering our best quality images, and will be upgrading images as better ones become available. Look in the lower left portion of the page to click to download the best available version of an image.
The Classical Journal (ISSN 0009-8353) is published by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS), the largest regional classics association in the United States and Canada, and is now over a century old. All members of CAMWS receive the journal as a benefit of membership; non-member and library subscriptions are also available. CJ appears four times a year (October-November, December-January, February-March, April-May); each issue consists of about 100 pages.
CJ contains a mix of academic articles and notes on Graeco-Roman antiquity, generally with a literary, historical or cultural focus; paedagogical articles and notes, many having to do with the challenges of teaching Latin and Greek in modern high schools, colleges and universities; book reviews; and a list of books received. In addition, CJ generally publishes the annual CAMWS Presidential Address and the year's Ovationes. Abstracts of all academic articles and notes in volumes 101 (2005-06), 102 (2006-07), 103 (2007-08), 104 (2008-09) and 105 (2009-10) are posted here. PDF versions of a number of recent Forum articles are also available for downloading, and JSTOR links to many others are provided.
CJ-Online, the journal's list-serve, publishes book reviews, including many that do not appear in the hard-copy portion of the journal. All reviews published in CJ-Online are archived. CJ: Online subscriptions are free, and membership in CAMWS is not required to receive the postings or to publish reviews.
This page contains all views entered using the new automated system for listing, starting with reviews at the beginning of 2014. For earlier reviews please follow the links on the Main Reviews Page.
2012 was the 40th Anniversary of the Women’s Classical Caucus. As part of the 40th Anniversary volume of Cloelia, many members of the WCC joined together to help digitize the WCC Newsletter and related archival material. This page is the beginning of this project.
For Sally MacEwan, who helped move Cloelia into the digital age.
A great debt is owed to the following (if your name is not mentioned here, it is an error and please let me know): Chris Ann Matteo and Lisl Walsh for their work on the website; Allison Glazebrook and the other members of the WCC SC for supporting this initiative and helping drive it forward; Janet M. Martin for her careful and rigorous work as the WCC Archivist; Barbara Gold and Amelia Gowans for the careful and generous volunteer work of scanning the archival material into PDF; Marilyn Skinner and Barbara McManus for their comments on the archives (and for saving so many items and passing them on); Amy Richlin for finding lost issues at the last minute; and all the other members of the WCC who have contributed their paper records to the digital archives. Below, you will find a list of Cloelia volumes in reverse chronological order (together with supplemental material when available). Some volumes are still missing. If a volume is not linked, it is either missing or in the process of being added. If you think you might have one of the missing volumes, please contact Janet M. Martin, the current WCC Archivist (email@example.com). If there are errors on this page, please contact the current editor of Cloelia (Cloelia.WCC@gmail.com). Items of interest include (but are not limited to):
Steering Committee Minutes
Business Meeting (now the “Open Meeting”) Minutes
Letters or Notes from the Chairs or other WCC representatives
No volume or numbers were issued. Given the rising costs of print publication, a specialized committee discussed the direction of Cloelia as a non-print publication, and this team effort produced the Editorial Mandate for Cloelia. This can be read at http://wccaucus.org/cloeli/editorial-mandate-for-cloelia/.
Welcome to the Project on Ancient Cultural Engagement. The links below offer a brief outline of the Project's aims and rationale, structure, and main features. This is only by way of quick orientation, however. The best way to get to know the site is to explore it on your own. Whatever the level and scale of your interest, we hope that you will benefit from this resource on the web.
In December 2016, with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the J. Paul Getty Trust convened a meeting at the British Academy, London, to discuss an international framework for the protection of cultural heritage in zones of armed conflict. Our timing was compelled by the purposeful destruction of cultural heritage in Syria and Iraq, and by the recent conviction of Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi by the International Criminal Court for the war crime of attacking historic and religious buildings in Timbuktu.
Three months later, in March 2017, the United Nations Security Council passed resolution 2347, which condemned the “unlawful destruction of cultural heritage, and the looting of cultural property in the event of armed conflicts, notably by terrorist groups and the attempt to deny historical roots and cultural diversity in this context can fuel and exacerbate conflict and hamper post-conflict national reconciliation.” The resolution gave formal, international attention to the protection of cultural heritage and its links to cultural cleansing.
Then, in October 2017, with Thomas G. Weiss and at the invitation of Simon Adams, executive director of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, I spoke at a meeting at UN headquarters in New York on the issue of “Protecting Cultural Heritage from Terrorism and Mass Atrocities: Links and Common Responsibilities.” The meeting was hosted by, among others, Angelino Alfano, minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, Italy; Frederica Mogherini, high representative from the European Union; Irina Bokova, director-general of UNESCO; and Simon Adams. The consensus of the meeting was that cultural heritage is worthy of protection, not only because it represents the rich and diverse legacy of human artistic and engineering ingenuity, but also because it is intertwined with the very survival of a people as a source of collective identity and the revitalization of civil society and economic vitality postconflict.
All of this inspired the launch of the J. Paul Getty Trust Occasional Papers in Cultural Heritage Policy. This paper, the first in the series, addresses the threats to cultural heritage in armed conflict zones and the connection between cultural heritage and cultural cleansing, mass atrocities, and the destruction of cultural heritage.
This publication has been funded by the President’s International Council, J. Paul Getty Trust. Our thanks go to the authors, Thomas G. Weiss and Nina Connelly, and to the working group with whom we have been discussing these questions for more than a year, especially Simon Adams, Lloyd Axworthy, Vishakha Desai, Hugh Eakin, Karl Eikenberry, Jonathan Fanton, Richard Goldstone, Sunil Khilnani, Edward C. Luck, Luis Monreal, and Tim Whalen.
Nuntius Antiquusé um periódico semestral, com avaliação de pares, mantido pelaFaculdade de LetrasdaUniversidade Federal de Minas Gerais(Brasil) desde 2008 e publica artigos científicos tendo como temática culturas e literaturas da Antiguidade e da Idade Média. Tem como missão fomentar a produção científica na área de estudos clássicos e medievais, permitindo a pesquisadores do Brasil e do exterior divulgarem suas pesquisas e contribuírem para o debate e o progresso científico na área. A revista destaca-se como um dos raros periódicos brasileiros voltados estritamente para os domínios da Antiguidade e do Medievo.
Nuntius Antiquusis a peer-reviewed biannual journal, sponsored by theSchool of Lettersof theFederal University of Minas Gerais(Brazil) since 2008 and publishes scientific papers in the field of Ancient and Medieval cultures and literatures. Its mission is to promote scientific production in the field of Classical and Medieval studies, allowing researchers from Brazil and abroad to share their research and contribute to the debate and scientific progress in the area. The journal stands out as one of the rare Brazilian periodicals focused strictly on the Classical and Medieval domain.
A revista recebe artigos em fluxo contínuo. No momento em que tivermos artigos suficientes para compor o número, tomamos a liberdade de fechar o volume e de receber novos textos para um próximo número.
The Centre publishes four series: two conference and monograph series, one international (Black Sea Studies [BSS]) and one Danish series (Sortehavsstudier [SHS]) and two topographical series in English, Panskoe Iand Olbia NGS. In BSS the results of the international conferences as well as the results of the individual research projects are disseminated, and in SHS the results of the yearly seminar held in Danish and aimed at a broader audience are published. In the two monograph series the results of the two collaborative projects Panskoe I (RA 3A) and Olbia NGS (RA 3B) are published.
Gazetteer of Sites in the Black Sea Region The Centre aims to construct a gazetteer with information on all relevant ancient sites in the Black Sea region, which may serve as a common source to all researchers in the zone. The Centre continuously adds information to the data base. The main focus lies on references in literary sources, coinage, site photos, bibliographies, and to some extent GPS-positions.
Coin Database The Centre has, in collaboration with The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals in Copenhagen, created an electronic inventory of all the coins from the Black Sea area in Danish collections with high quality images which can be searched through the internet.
Ancient graffiti, inscriptions that have been incised or scratched into wall-plaster, comprise a special branch of epigraphy. They differ from inscriptions on stone in several respects. An inscription on stone may be commemorative, dedicatory, sacred (to name just a few classes of inscription), but in almost all cases forethought has gone into the preparation of the text and the inscribed monument. Graffiti, by contrast, are more often the result of spontaneous composition and are the handwritten creation of the “man on the street.” Since graffiti are scratched into friable wall-plaster, they are more easily perishable, but when they do survive they are almost always found in situ, unlike many stone inscriptions that have survived to the present day through re-use.
Our search engine complements traditional, text-based search engines, allowing different types of searches that focus on characteristics specific to ancient handwritten inscriptions, or graffiti.
You can search for graffiti by their location, clicking directly on a map of the city or searching by city-block, or
You can search specifically for figural graffiti (graffiti drawings), browsing all examples or choosing the category of drawing that interests you, or
You can combine searches with our filters, choosing from a number of search options (including Language, Property Type, or Writing Style).
AARGnews is the bi-annual newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group. Containing editorials, news items, summary notes and longer descriptive or research articles, AARGnews remains a diverse, up-to-date and above all, open forum for discussion and exchange of new (and old) ideas. Well illustrated with photographs, maps and plans, recent papers have covered aerial photography, air photo interpretation and mapping, historic aviators and their work, the methodology and progress of national remote sensing programmes, satellite imagery, book reviews and useful excerpts from the World Wide Web.
Subscribing AARG members receive a password to allow them access to the most recent issues. Earlier issues are free for anyone to download.
For Cicero’s Friends, Tulliana.eu provides a Gazette, which is online, free and open for all, and the Acta Tulliana, a bimonthly report.
Our Gazette, published as a .pdf file, is more a newsletter than an academic review. Papers and notes written by scientific members are not a paid work, and are monitored by the scientific editor, Andrea Balbo. The main purpose of the Gazette is:
a stage for information: open-ed, notes about our organization and the site, books and issues, schedules for conferences coming soon, announcements about ongoing projects or in the next future, etc.
a spot for ideas and debates: curiosities and interviews from all points of views (philology, major texts, history, philosophy, rhetorics, linguistics, iconography, and more)
an open place: learning and teaching, personal interest ("My Cicero") etc.
Since 2010, to the Tulliana Gazette is added the Acta Tulliana, a bimonthly report send by mail to all members, which gves last news of the Society : new members, projects, seminars, updates of the site, etc. Our colleague Chiaffredo Bussi [firstname.lastname@example.org] is in charge of the Acta, and might be your correspondant for all news you whish to send to the Acta. You can have a look on the last issues with this link : summary.
The IAA is a non-profit, non-political organization seated in Leiden, The Netherlands. The Association serves as a platform for scholars working in Cuneiform Studies and Near Eastern Archaeology in order to encourage and promote the study of these fields in all their aspects on an international basis.
Future Rencontres 67 – RAI 2021, Torino, … (Topic to be announced) 66 – RAI, 2020, Mainz & Frankfurt, July 20-24, 2020 “kultur-kontakt-kultur” 65 – RAI, 2019, Paris, July 8-12 July, 2019 “Mari et le Proche-Orient. 85 ans de recherche : bilan et perspectives”
Past Rencontres and proceedings 63 – Marburg, July 24-28, 2017“Dealing with Antiquity – Past, Present, and Future” 62 – Philadelphia, July 11-15, 2016 “Ur in the Twenty-First Century” 61 – Geneva and Bern, June 22-26, 2015 “Text and Image” 60 – Warsaw, July 21-25, 2014 “Fortune and Misfortune” Published as Fortune and Misfortune in the Ancient Near East, Olga Drewnowska and Malgorzata Sandowicz (eds.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2017. 59 – Ghent, July 15 – 19, 2013, “Law and (Dis)Order in the Ancient Near East” Not yet published. 58 – Leiden, July 16 – 20, 2012, “Prívate and State” Not yet published. 57 – Rome, July 4 – 8, 2011, “Tradition and Innovation in the Ancient Near East” Published as Tradition and Innovation in the Ancient Near East, A. Archi (ed.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2014. 56 – Barcelona, July 26 – 30, 2010, “Time and History in the Ancient Near East” Published as Time and History in the Ancient Near East, Lluis Feliu, e.a. (eds.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2013. 55 – Paris, July 6 – 9, 2009, “La famille dans le Proche-Orient ancien : réalités, symbolismes et images” Published as La famille dans le Proche-Orient ancien : réalités, symbolismes et image, Lionel Marti (ed.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2014. 54 – Würzburg, July 21 – 25, 2008, “Organization, Representation and Symbols of Power in the Ancient Near East” Published as Organization, Representation and Symbols of Power in the Ancient Near East, Gernot Wilhelm (ed.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2012. 53 – Moscow & St. Petersburg, July 23 – 28, 2007, “Language in the Ancient Near East” (Moscow), “City Administration in the Ancient Near East” (St.-Petersburg). Published as Proceedings of the 53e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Vol. 1: Language in the Ancient Near East (2 parts) – Babel und Bibel 4; Vol. 2: City Administration in the Ancient Near East – Babel und Bibel 5, Leonid Kogan (ed.), Winona Lake (Eisenbrauns) 2010. 52 – Münster, July 17 – 21, 2006, “Krieg und Frieden im Alten Vorderasien” Published as Krieg und Frieden (AOAT 401), Hans Neumann, e.a. (eds.), Münster (Ugarit-Verlag) 2014. 51 – Chicago, July 18 – 22, 2005, “Classifications of Knowledge in the Ancient Near East: Lexicography, Iconography, Stratigraphy” Published as Proceedings of the 51st Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Held at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, July 18-22, 2005 – Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 62, Robert D. Biggs, Jennie Myers and Martha T. Roth (eds.), Chicago (The Oriental Institute) 2008. 50 – Skukuza (South Africa), August 2 – 6, 2004, “Fauna and Flora in the Ancient Near East” Published as RAI50 Skukuza, South Africa 1-6 August 2004 – Tydskrif vir Semitistiek 16/3 – Special Edition, W. Boshoff (ed.), Pretoria (Southern Africa Society for Near Eastern Studies) 2007. 49 – London, July 7 – 11, 2003, “Nineveh” Published as Nineveh: Papers of the XLIXe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, London, 7-11 July 2003, Dominique Collon and Andrew George (eds.), London (British School of Archaeology in Iraq, distributed by Eisenbrauns) 2005. Published both as issues 66 (2004) and 67/1 (2005) of the journal Iraq, and as a special reissue under a separate cover. 48 – Leiden, July 1 – 4, 2002, “Ethnicity in Ancient Mesopotamia” Published as Ethnicity in Ancient Mesopotamia. Papers read at the 48th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Leiden, July 1-4, 2002 – Uitgaven van het Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten te Leiden CII, W.H. van Soldt, R. Kalvelagen and D. Katz (eds.), Leiden (Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten) 2005. 47 – Helsinki and Tartu, July 2 – 6, 2001, “Sex and Gender in the Ancient Near East” Published as Sex and Gender in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the 47th Rencontre Assyriolgique Internationale, Helsinki, July 2-6, 2001, S. Parpola and R. M. Whiting (eds.), Helsinki 2002. 46 – Paris, July 10 – 13, 2000, “Nomades et sédentaires dans le Proche-Orient ancien” Published as Nomades et sédentaires dans le Proche-Orient ancien. Compte rendu de la XLVIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Paris, 10-13 juillet 2000, Amurru 3, Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, C. Nicolle (éd.), Paris, 2004. The RAI scheduled for 1999 in Naples was cancelled 45 – Cambridge, July 4 – 7, New Haven, July 8 – 9, 1998, “Historiography” Published as Proceedings of the XLVe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Part I, Harvard University: Historiography in the Cuneiform World, T. Abusch, P.-A. Beaulieu, J. Huehnergard, P. Machinist, P. Steinkeller (eds.), Part II, Yale University: Seals and Seal Impressions, W.W. Hallo, I.J. Winter (eds.), Bethesda, Maryland (CDL Press) 2001. 44 – Venice, July 7 – 11, 1997, “Landscapes, Territories, Frontiers and Horizons in the Ancient Near East” Published as Landscapes, Territories, Frontiers and Horizons in the Ancient Near East. Papers Presented to the XLIV Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Venezia, 7-11 July, 1997 – History of the Ancient Near East / Monographs – III/1-3, L. Milano, S. de Martino, F.M. Fales, G.B. Lanfranchi (eds.), Padova (Sargon srl) 1999. 43 – Prague, July 1 – 5, 1996, “Intellectual Life of the Ancient Near East” Published as Intellectual Life of the Ancient Near East. Papers Presented at the 43rd Rencontre assyriologique internationale, Prague, July 1-5, 1996 – Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Oriental Institute, J. Prosecky (ed.), Prague (Oriental Institute) 1998. 42 – Leuven, July 3 – 7, 1995, “At the Cross-Roads of Civilizations in the Syro-Mesopotamian Realm – Languages and Cultures in Contact” Published as Languages and Cultures in Contact. At the Crossroads of Civilizations in the Syro-Mesopotamian Realm. Proceedings of the 42th RAI – Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 96, K. Van Lerberghe and G. Voet (eds.), Leuven (Peeters & Departement Oosterse Studies) 2001. 41 – Berlin, July 4 – 8, 1994, “Landwirtschaft im Alten Orient” Published as Landwirtschaft im Alten Orient. Ausgewählte Vorträge der XLI. Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Berlin, 4.-8.7.1994 – Berliner Beiträge zum Vorderen Orient, H. Klengel, J. Renger (eds.), Berlin (Dietrich Reimer Verlag) 1999. 40 – Leiden, July 5 – 8, 1993, “Houses and Households in Ancient Mesopotamia” Published as Houses and Households in Ancient Mesopotamia. Papers read at the 40th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Leiden, July 5-8, 1993 – Publications de l’Institut historique-archéologique néerlandais de Stamboul LXXVIII, K.R. Veenhof (ed.), Leiden (Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut te Istanbul) 1996. 39 – Heidelberg, July 6 – 10, 1992, “Assyrien im Wandel der Zeiten” Published as Assyrien im Wandel der Zeiten. XXXIXe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Heidelberg, 6.-10. Juli 1992 – Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Orient, 6, H. Waetzoldt, H. Hauptmann (eds.), Heidelberg (Heidelberger Orientverlag) 1997. 38 – Paris, July 8 – 10, 1991, “La circulation des biens, des personnes et des idées dans le Proche-Orient ancien” Published as La circulation des biens, des personnes et des idées dans le Proche-Orient ancien. Actes de la XXXVIIIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (Paris, 8-10 juillet 1991) – Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, D. Charpin, F. Joannès (eds.), Paris (A.D.P.F.) 1992. A summary appeared in Akkadica 76, 1992, 1-4. 37 – Baghdad, cancelled because of the Gulf War 36 – Ghent, July 10 – 14, 1989, “La Mésopotamie et l’Elam” Published as Mésopotamie et Elam. Actes de la XXXVIème Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Gand, 10-14 juillet 1989 – Mesopotamian History and Environment, Occasional Publications I, L. De Meyer, H. Gasche (eds.), Ghent (University of Ghent) 1991. A summary appeared in Akkadica 64-65, 1989, 18-20. 35 – Philadelphia, July 11 – 15, 1988, “Nippur, the Holy City of the Sumerians” Published as Nippur at the Centennial. Papers Read at the 35e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Philadelphia, 1988 – Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Fund, 14, M. deJong Ellis (ed.), Philadelphia (The University Museum) 1992. A summary appeared in Akkadica 63, 1989, 27. 34 – Istanbul, July 6 – 10, 1987, “The Relations between Anatolia and Mesopotamia” Published as XXXIVème Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale – XXXIV. Uluslararasi Assiriyoloji Kongresi – Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari XXVI. Dizi – Sa. 3, H. Erkanal, V. Donbaz, A. Uguroglu (eds.), Ankara (Türk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi) 1998. A summary appeared in Akkadica 57, 1988, 8-14. 33 – Paris, July 7 – 10, 1986, “La Femme dans le Proche-Orient antique” Published as La Femme dans le Proche-Orient antique. XXXIIIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (Paris, 7-10 juillet 1986) – Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, J.-M. Durand (ed.), Paris (A.D.P.F.) 1987. A summary appeared in Akkadica 50, 1986, 22-26. 32 – Münster, July 8 – 12, 1985, “Keilschriftliche Literaturen” Published as Keilschriftliche Literaturen. Ausgewählte Vorträge der XXXII. Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale – Bonner Beiträge zum Vorderen Orient, Band 6, K. Hecker, W. Sommerfeld (eds.), Berlin (Dietrich Reimer Verlag) 1986. 31 – Leningrad, July 9 – 13, 1984, “Mesopotamia and its Neighbours” No proceedings have been published. Summaries appeared in Akkadica 43, 1985, 53, and in Vestnik Akademii Nauk SSSR 8, 1985, 109-116 (M.A. Dandamaev and N.O. Cechovic). 30 – Leiden, July 4 – 8, 1983, “Cuneiform Archives and Libraries” Published as Cuneiform Archives and Libraries. Papers read at the 30e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Leiden, 4-8 July 1983 – Publications de l’Institut historique et archéologique néerlandais de Stamboul LVII, K.R. Veenhof (ed.), Leiden (Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut te Istanbul) 1986. Summaries appeared in Akkadica 36, 1984, 25-29, and in EAZ 25, 1984, 577-578 (H. Klengel). 29 – London, July 5 – 9, 1982, “The British School of Archaeology in Iraq” Published as XXIX Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, London, 5th-9th July 1982 – Iraq 45, 1983, 1-164. A summary appeared in Akkadica 31, 1983, 20-28. 28 – Vienna, July 6 – 10, 1981, “Das Leben” Published as Vorträge gehalten auf der 28. Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale in Wien 6.-10. Juli 1981 – Archiv für Orientforschung, Beiheft 19, H. Hirsch, H. Hunger (eds.), Horn (Verlag Ferdinand Berger) 1982. A summary appeared in Akkadica 25, 1982, 19-21 and 26, 1982, 35-40. 27 – Paris, June 30 – July 5, 1980, “Cinquantenaire d’Ougarit – Ras Shamra” Published as La Syrie au Bronze Récent, Cinquantenaire d’Ougarit – Ras Shamra (Extraits de la XXVIIe R.A.I., Paris 1980) – Editions Recherche sur les civilisations, Mémoire no. 15, (anonymous), Paris (A.D.P.F.) 1982. A summary appeared in Akkadica 20, 1980, 24-30. 26 – Copenhagen, July 2 – 6, 1979, “Death in Ancient Mesopotamia” Published as Death in Mesopotamia, XXVIe Rencontre assyriologique internationale – Mesopotamia 8, B. Alster (ed.), Copenhagen (Akademisk Forlag) 1980. A summary appeared in Akkadica 15, 1979, 40-42 (D. Homès-Fredericq). 25 – Berlin, July 3 – 7, 1978, “Mesopotamien und seine Nachbarn” Published as Mesopotamien und seine Nachbarn. Politische und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen im Alten Vorderasien vom 4. bis 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. – Berliner Beiträge zum Vorderen Orient, H. Kühne, H.-J. Nissen, J. Renger (eds.), Berlin (Dietrich Reimer Verlag) 1982. A summary appeared in Akkadica 10, 1978, 28-33. 24 – Paris, July 4 – 8, 1977, “Les Hourrites” Published as Actes de la XXIVe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Paris 1977 – Les Hourrites, Revue Hittite et Asianique 36, 1978. A summary appeared in Akkadica 5, 1977, 2-8. 23 – Birmingham, July 5 – 9, 1976, “Trade in the Ancient Near East” Published as Trade in the Ancient Near East, J.D. Hawkins (ed.), also published in Iraq 39, 1977, 1-231. 22 – Göttingen, June 9 – 13, 1975, “Zum 200. Geburtstag Georg Friedrich Grotefends. Die Welt des Alten Orients: Keilschrift – Grabungen – Gelehrte”. No proceedings have been published. The following lectures have appeared as (revised) articles: P.-R. Berger, “Der Kyros-Zylinder mit dem Zusatzfragment BIN II Nr. 32 und die akkadischen Personennamen im Danielbuch”, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 65, 1975, 192-234. R. Borger, “Die Entzifferungsgeschichte der altpersischen Keilschrift nach Grotefends ersten Erfolgen”, Persica 7, 1975-1978, 7-19. F. Cornelius, “Streitpunkte der hethitischen Geographie. Vortrag beim XXII Rencontre Assyriologique in Göttingen Juni 1975”, Bibliotheca Orientalis 33, 1976, 183-285. J.D. Hawkins, “The Negatives in Hieroglyphic Luwian”, Anatolian Studies 25, 1975, 119-156. D. Homès-Fredericq, “Glyptique sur les tablettes araméennes des Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire”, Revue d’Assyriologie 70, 1976, 57-70. Å.W. Sjöberg, “in-nin shà-gur4-ra. A Hymn to the Goddess Inanna by the en-Priestess Enheduanna”, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 65, 1975, 161-253. W. von Soden, “Zur Datierung des “Weißen Obelisken””, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 64, 1974, 180-191. D.J. Wiseman, “A Gilgamesh Epic Fragment from Nimrud”, Iraq 37, 1975, 157-163. A summary was published in Persica 7, 1975-1978, 213-216 (R. Borger). 21 – Rome, June 24 – 28, 1974, “Études sur le Panthéon systématique et les Panthéons locaux”. Published as Études sur le Panthéon systématique et les Panthéons locaux – Orientalia, Nova Series 45, 1976, 1-226. 20 – Leiden, July 3 – 7, 1972, “Le Temple et le Culte”. Published as Le Temple et le Culte – Publications de l’Institut historique et archéologique néerlandais de Stamboul XXXVII (anonymous), Leiden (Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut te Istambul) 1975. 19 – Paris, June 29 – July 2, 1971, “Le palais et la royauté”. Published as Le Palais et la Royauté (Archéologie et Civilisation), P. Garelli (ed.), Paris (Paul Geuthner) 1974. 18 – München, June 29 – July 3, 1970, “Gesellschaftsklassen im Alten Zweistromland und in den angrenzenden Gebieten”. Published as Gesellschaftsklassen im Alten Zweistromland und in den angrenzenden Gebieten – Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse NF 75, Veröffentlichungen der Kommission zur Erschließung von Keilschrifttexten, Serie A/6, D.O. Edzard (ed.), München 1972. A summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 39, 1970, 514-515 (R. Caplice). 17 – Brussels, June 30 – July 4, 1969, “Les Fêtes”. Published as Actes de la XVIIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale – Publications du comité belge de recherches historiques, épigraphiques et archéologiques en Mésopotamie, A. Finet (ed.), Ham-sur-Heure 1970. 16 – Chicago, August 20 – 23, 1967, no theme. Published in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 27, 1968, 161-261. A summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 36, 1967, 435-436 (R. Caplice). 15 – Liège, July 4 – 8, 1966, “La civilisation de Mari” Published as La civilisation de Mari – Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l’Université de Liège – Fasc. 182, J.-R. Kupper (ed.), Paris (Société d’Édition « Les Belles Lettres ») 1967. A summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 35, 1966, 434-435 (R. Caplice and K. Deller). 14 – Strasbourg, July 2 – 6, 1965, “La divination en Mésopotamie ancienne et dans les régions voisines” Published as >La divination en Mésopotamie ancienne et dans les régions voisines – Travaux du Centre d’études supérieures spécialisé d’histoire des religions de Strasbourg (anonymous), Paris (Presses Universitaires de France) 1966. An invitation was published in Revue d’Assyriologie 58, 1964, 147, and summaries appeared in Revue d’Assyriologie 59, 1965, 140-141 (A. Spycket), and in Orientalia, Nova Series 34, 1965, 343-344 (R. Caplice). 13 – Paris, July 1 – 4, 1964, “Vox populi” Published in Revue d’Assyriologie 58, 1964, 149-184. The article by W.W. Hallo, “The Road to Emar”, appeared in Journal of Cuneiform Studies 18, 1964, 57-88. Summaries were published in Revue d’Assyriologie 58, 1964, 145-147 (A. Spycket), and in Bibliotheca Orientalis 21, 1964, 385-386 (K.R. Veenhof). 12 – London, July 1 – 4, 1963, “Warfare in the Ancient Near East” Published in Iraq 25, 1963, 110-193. The article by J.-R. Kupper, “L’opinion publique à Mari”, appeared in Revue d’Assyriologie 58, 1964, 79-82. A summary was published in Orientalia, Nova Series 33, 1964, 170-171 (K. Deller). 11 – Leiden, June 23 – 29, 1962>, “La survie de la civilisation babylonienne”> Published as Compte rendu de l’onzième rencontre assyriologique internationale – Publications de l’Institut Néerlandais pour le Proche-Orient à Leiden 2, Leiden (Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten) 1964. 10 – Paris, June 19 – 23, 1961, “Le rayonnement de la civilisation mésopotamienne, hors de la Mésopotamie, au 2ème millénaire” No proceedings have been published. The following lectures have appeared as (revised) articles: O. Eissfeldt, “Mesopotamische Elemente in den alphabetischen Texten von Ugarit”, Syria 39, 1962, 36-41. R. Labat, “Le rayonnement de la langue et de l’écriture akkadiennes au deuxième millénaire avant notre ère”, Syria 39, 1962, 1-27. J. Nougayrol, “L’influence babylonienne à Ugarit, d’après les textes en cunéiformes classiques”, Syria 39, 1962, 27-35. D.J. Wiseman, “Some Aspects of Babylonian Influence at Alalah”, Syria 39, 1962, 180-187. A summary was published in Orientalia, Nova Series 30, 1961, 206-211 (A. Pohl). 9 – Geneva, June 20 – 23, 1960, “Aspects du contact suméro-akkadien” Published as Aspects du contact suméro-akkadien, Genava, N.S. 8, 1960, 241-314. A summary was published in Orientalia, Nova Series 29, 1960, 446-449 (A. Pohl). 8 – Heidelberg, June 22 – 25, 1959, “Rapports du Proche-Orient et de l’Égypte” No proceedings have been published. The following lectures have appeared as (revised) articles (see Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 109-129): E. Edel, “Der geplante Besuch Hattusilis III. in Ägypten”, Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft 92, 1960, 13-20. W. Helck, “Die ägyptische Verwaltung in den syrischen Besitzungen”, Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft 92, 1960, 1-13. D.J. Wiseman, “Some Egyptians in Babylonia”, Iraq 28, 1966, 154-158. Summaries were published in Revue d’Assyriologie 53, 1959, 209-210 (M. Vieyra), and in Orientalia, Nova Series 28, 1959, 370-374 (J. Leclant) and 376-378 (R. Borger). 7 – Paris, June 23 – 26, 1958, “Gilgamesh et sa légende” Published as Gilgamesh et sa légende – Études recueillies par Paul Garelli à l’occasion de la VIIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (Paris – 1958) – Cahiers du Groupe François-Thureau-Dangin – 1, P. Garelli (ed.), Paris (Imprimerie nationale) 1960. Summaries were published in Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 236 (anonymous) and Orientalia, Nova Series 27, 1958, 413-420 (A. Pohl). 6 – Paris, June 27 – 30, 1956, “La Femme dans l’Ancient Orient” No proceedings have been published. The following lectures have appeared as (revised) articles (see Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 109-129): A. Falkenstein, “Enhedu’anna, die Tochter Sargons von Akkade”, Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 129-131. W. von Soden, “Akkadische Gebete an Göttinnen”, Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 131-136. Summaries were published in Revue d’Assyriologie 50, 1956, 220-221 (anonymous), Bibliotheca Orientalis 13, 1956, 178-179 (P. Garelli, L. Le Breton) and Orientalia, Nova Series 25, 1956, 411-414 (A. Pohl). 5 – Paris, June 20 – 23, 1955, “Les voies de communication du Proche-Orient ancien” No proceedings have been published. The following lectures have appeared as (revised) articles (see Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 109-129): C.J. Gadd, “Teachers and Students in the Oldest Schools”, Inaugural Lecture, University of London 1956. P. Garelli, “La notion de route dans les textes”, Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 117-127. A. Goetze, “The Roads of Northern Cappadocia in Hittite Times”, Revue Hittite et Asianique 15 (Fasc. 61), 1957, 91-103. O.R. Gurney, “The Sultantepe Tablets”, Anatolian Studies 2, 1952, 25-35. Th. Jacobsen, “La géographie et les voies de communication du pays de Sumer”, Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 127-129. V. Korosec, “Les voies de communications dans l’Ancient Orient”, Symbolae Raphaeli Taubenschlag dedicatae III, Bratislava-Warsaw 1957, 19-28. L. Le Breton, “De l’état de notre connaissance des itinéraires antiques”, Revue d’Assyriologie 52, 1958, 110-116. W.F. Leemans, “Le synchronisme Shamshi-addu-Hammurabi d’après certains textes du Louvre”, Revue d’Assyriologie 49, 1955, 202-207. H. Lewy, “The Historical Background of the Correspondence of Bahdi-Lim”, Orientalia, Nova Series 25, 1956, 324-352. J. Lewy, “Origin and Signification of the Biblical Term ‘Hebrew'”, Hebrew Union College Annual 28, 1957, 1-13. An invitation was published in Bibliotheca Orientalis 12, 1955, 49-51 (L. Le Breton, P. Garelli), and a summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 24, 1955, 407-410 (A. Pohl). 4 – Paris, June 29 – July 1, 1953, “Le problème des Habiru” Published as Le problème des Habiru à la 4e rencontre assyriologique internationale – Cahiers de la Société Asiatique 13, J. Bottéro (ed.), Paris (Imprimerie nationale) 1954. A summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 22, 1953, 432-435 (A. Pohl). 3 – Leiden, June 28 – July 4, 1952, “Tammouz dans les civilisations mésopotamiennes” Published as Compte rendu de la troisième rencontre assyriologique internationale, Leiden (Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten) 1954. An invitation was published in Bibliotheca Orientalis 9, 1952, 40 (anonymous), and a summary appeared in Orientalia, Nova Series 21, 1952, 496-502 (A. Pohl). 2 – Paris, July 2 – 6, 1951, “La terminologie sumérienne et accadienne du bronze” and “La chronologie de la première dynastie babylonienne” Published as Compte rendu de la seconde rencontre assyriologique internationale, Paris (Imprimerie nationale) 1951. An invitation was published in Bibliotheca Orientalis 8, 1951, 49-50 (J. Nougayrol), and summaries appeared in Bibliotheca Orientalis 8, 1951, 160 (J. Nougayrol), and in Orientalia, Nova Series 20, 1951, 478-485 (A. Pohl). 1 – Paris, June 26 – 28, 1950, “Aspect fondamental de la pensée babylonienne” and “La fonction cultuelle des ziggurats” Published as Comptes rendus de la première rencontre assyriologique internationale, Leiden (Brill) 1951. An invitation was published in Bibliotheca Orientalis 7, 1950, 41-42 (J. Nougayrol), and summaries appeared in Bibliotheca Orientalis 7, 1950, 127-128 (J. Nougayrol), and in Orientalia, Nova Series 19, 1950, 508-510 (A. Pohl).