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Interconnections in the ancient Near-East;New Haven

William Stevenson Smith

Interconnections in the ancient Near-East;New Haven

a study of the relationships between the arts of Egypt, the Aegean, and western Asia.

by William Stevenson Smith

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art -- Middle East.,
  • Art, Ancient,
  • Middle East -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [187]-189.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN5345 S6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 202 p.
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14805144M

    to homepage | to general bibliographical page | to Black Athena bibliographical page. When using the material of this bibliography in any publication, either as hard copy, on the Web, or in whatever audiovisual form, broadcasting etc., kindly acknowledge the original provenance as listed below. Improvement Era (January ): "Often the funerary texts contained passages from the 'Book of the Dead,' a book that was to assist in the safe passage of the dead person into the spirit world". Jay M. Todd,,"Egyptian Papyri Rediscovered," The Improvement Era (January ): Perhaps no discovery in recent memory is expected to arouse as much widespread interest in the restored gospel as is.

    Interconnections in the ancient Near-East; a study of the relationships between the arts of Egypt, the Aegean, and western Asia. New Haven, Yale University Press, Call#= Sm68iAuthor: Mary St. Germain. in J. M. Sasson (ed.) Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, New York: Scribner, INST ARCH DBA SAS Near Eastern Archaeology , December Special issue devoted to Ugarit. INST ARCH Pers Egypt in the Late Bronze Age (see “Basic Texts” .

    W. S. Smith, Interconnections in the ancient Near East, New Haven, , pp. , is very sensitive to this and the following point. In my opinion, the work of the Strukturforscher is still unmatched; for ancient Mesopotamia, see, for example, Guido Kaschnitz von . W. S. Smith, Interconnections in the Ancient Near East (New Haven ). J. S. Soles, “From Ugarit to Mochlos – Remnants of an Ancient Voyage,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [ Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin )


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Interconnections in the ancient Near-East;New Haven by William Stevenson Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Description: xxxii, pages illustrations (some folded), maps (on lining papers) 29 cm: Contents: Part I. Historical Survey of Interconnections --Chapter as a Cultural Link and Early Sea Trade --Chapter try and the Age of International Relations --Chapter Part Played by the Manufacture of Glazed Faiences --Chapter 4.

James L. Pritchard, The Ancient Near East Volume 1,2,3 is a necessity for anyone studying Archeology, History, Original Languages, and early religious texts.

Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. David Skellie. out of 5 stars Great book. Reviewed in /5(11). Interconnections in the Ancient Near East, New Haven/London. ^ Jobbins, Jenny. "The 40 days' nightmare," in Al-Ahram, 13–19 NovemberIssue No.

Published in Cairo, Egypt. ^ Buhen, some finds from the Middle Kingdom (about BC). ^ Nubia: Kerma. ^ Nubia: Nubians in Egypt. Smith, Interconnections in the Ancient Near East (New Haven ) and E Schachermeyr, Agdis und Orient (Vienna ). Three recent volumes in the Studies in Mediterranean Archaeol-ogy series deal with related subjects.2 The University of Pennsylvania has sponsored two recent seminars on "Cul-tural Interconnections": the Hyksos in and the Sea.

The phrase "ancient Near East" denotes the 19th-century distinction between Near East and Far East as global regions of interest to the British distinction began during the Crimean last major exclusive partition of the east between these two terms was current in diplomacy in the late 19th century, with the Hamidian Massacres of the Armenians and Assyrians by the Ottoman.

this book: George Braziller, Inc., New York, for permission to use maps 4, 5, 6, and 7 (The Ancient Near East, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Palestine), from Paul Lampl, Cities and Planning in the Ancient Near East (New York: 7/10/ PM Page xvii.

The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt. The Pelican History of Art. Baltimore, Penguin Books,xxvii, pp. Country Life in Ancient Egypt. Museum of Fine Arts Picture Book, no. 2,2nd ed., Boston, Museum of Fine Arts [], 32 pp.

Interconnections in the Ancient Near East. New Haven, Yale University Press,xxxii, pp. ARTICLES. The exhibition "Beyond Babylon: Art, Trade, and Diplomacy in the Second Millennium B.C.," held in – at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, demonstrated the cultural enrichment that emerged from the intensive interaction of civilizations from western Asia to Egypt and the Aegean in the Middle and Late Bronze Ages.

Smith, Interconnections in the Ancient Near East, New Haven & Londonpp. and passim as a kind of "intuitive perspective" rather than conscious experimentation with optical illusions in her forthcoming book on Aegean Art.

PM III The Discovery of a Lost Palace of Ancient Crete, New Yorkp. Festschrift für Ernst Grumach (Berlin, ), figs. 2 b, 5) and to the ‘Nature’ fresco from Ayia Triada (Smith, W. S., Interconnections in the Ancient Near East (New Haven Author: Anne P. Chapin. The first book that encompasses a study of the entire region during a single period, this publication break new ground in particular in its examination of trade and interconnections.

In texts that will be of interest to both specialists and the general public, the social and historical context of. Book of Abraham and set clearly in a North Syrian background-while absent from the Biblical narratives of Abraham- in my opinion fit in a circumstantial way what we now know to have been a North Syrian cultural, religious, political environment during the early second millennium B.C.

Ancient Perspectives encompasses a vast arc of space and time—Western Asia to North Africa and Europe from the third millennium BCE to the fifth century CE—to explore mapmaking and worldviews in the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and each society, maps served as critical economic, political, and personal tools, but there was little consistency in how and why.

The Battle of Kadesh: The Chariot Frieze at Abydos. Article Interconnections in the Ancient. Near East, New Haven–Author: Anthony Spalinger. Full text of "Egyptian Stone Vessels: Khian through Tuthmosis IV" See other formats.

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Volume 1, The Ancient Near East. New York: Continuum Publishing, Van Der Toon, Karel. From Her Cradle to Her Grave. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, VIII. Economy and Economic Institutions. Egypt. Baer, Klaus. "A Deed of Endowment in a Letter of the Time of Ppjj I." Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache 93 (): Life in the Ancient Near East.

New Haven: Yale University Press, Sollberger, Edmond. The Babylonian Legend of the Flood. London: The Trustees of the British Museum, Speiser, E A.

The Anchor Bible Genesis. New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc, Strickling, James E Jr. Origins - Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth. New York: Vantage. Bunimovitz, Shlomo Lederman, Zvi The Early Israelite Monarchy in the Sorek Valley: Tel Beth-Shemesh and Tel Batash [Timnah] in the 10th and 9th Centuries BCE Maier, Aren M.

de Miroschedji, Pierre “I Will Speak the Riddles of Ancient Times”: Archaeological and Historical Studies in Honor of Amihai Mazar on the Occasion of His.Potts, D. T., ‘Distant Shores: Ancient Near Eastern Trade with South Asia and Northeastern Africa’, in Civilizations of the Ancient Near East (New York: Scribner, ), pp.

–64 Pritchard, James Bennett, Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament, 2nd ed, rev. & enl (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ).Lambrou-Phillipson, C. Hellenorientalia: the Near Eastern presence in the Bronze Age Aegean, ca.

B.C.: interconnections based on the material record and the written evidence ; plus Orientalia: a catalogue of Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Mitannian, Syro-Palestinian, Cypriot and Asia Minor objects from the Bronze Age Aegean.