Historiae
Historiae és una revista acadèmica de publicació anual, on s'editen articles científics centrats específicament en els àmbits de la Història Antiga i l'Arqueologia. Els treballs publicats són originals inèdits que prèviament han estat avaluats de manera anònima per dos especialistes en la matèria. Els articles estan escrits en qualsevol de les llengues occidentals de major difusió científica.
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2016-02-17
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16 p, 228.6 KB Adolf Hitler, Friedrich Delitzsch y el antisemitismo en los estudios bíblicos / Vidal Palomino, Jordi (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Ciències de l'Antiguitat i de l'Edat Mitjana)
Some German biblical scholars held anti-Semitic views in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Those anti-Semitic ideas surpassed the strict boundaries of the academic sphere and were adopted by Nazi ideologists. [...]
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 65-80 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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16 p, 257.1 KB Entre Europa y Asia : la expansión póntica en el Mar Negro / Arrayás Morales, Isaías (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Ciències de l’Antiguitat i de l’Edat Mitjana)
This paper analyzes the circumstances in which the Kingdom of Pontus developed his policy of expansion along the Black Sea coasts from the time of Pharnakes I. The complicated situation lived by Rome at the end of the second century B. [...]
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 81-96 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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4 p, 259.1 KB Three Ugaritic words related to garments / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
New meanings and cognates are proposed for three Ugaritic wordsconnected with textiles: (ủ)ḥyt, “seamstress”, ḫll “(woollen) garment” and prqt, “a fabric”.
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 33-36 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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9 p, 186.9 KB Del hitita al castellano : una nueva recopilación de los mitos de Hattusa / Planelles, Albert (Universitat de Barcelona)
Obra ressenyada: A. BERNABÉ PAJARES, Mitos hititas: entre Oriente y Occidente. Madrid: Akal, 2015.
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 97-105 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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10 p, 185.9 KB Orígenes y desarrollo de la institución sinagogal / Olmo Lete, G. del (Universitat de Barcelona)
The antecedents of synagogal worship are evident in the functions of the Jerusalem Temple (sacrifice, instruction, prayer) and of its priesthood as the custodian of the Word of God presented to Israel on Sinai (The Tablets of the Law). [...]
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 15-24 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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7 p, 338.1 KB Yet Another Hittite Loanword in Ugaritic? / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
A meaning is suggested for the enigmatic Ugaritic word ủdn, which occurs in the Baʿal Cycle, on the assumption that it may be a loanword from Hittite.
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 25-31 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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13 p, 212.3 KB ¿Cuándo comienza la historia de Israel en la antigua Palestina? Apuntes para una discusión / Pfoh, Emanuel (Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Buenos Aires, Argentina))
Since its discovery in 1896, the so-called Victory Stele of Pharaoh Merenptah (ca. 1209/8 BCE) has been considered the first extra-biblical mention of the term «Israel» in the ancient Near Eastern epigraphic repertoire. [...]
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 1-13 (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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2 p, 61.2 KB Sumari
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) (Articles)  
2016-02-17
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27 p, 572.4 KB “Ce fameux bâton qu’on a dans sa giberne” : So you want to be an Assyrian Officer? / Backer, Fabrice De (University of Vienna. Aloïs Musil Center for Oriental Studies)
Ce fameux bâton qu’on a dans sa giberne”, this famous staff we all have in our cartridge box, is a reference to a French proverb employed in the armies of Napoléon Ier. This quote meant that the most common private had virtually all the chances to receive the staff of field-marshall, the highest military dignity, in his cartridge box. [...]
2015
Historiae, Núm. 12 (2015) , p. 37-63 (Articles)  
2015-04-09
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29 p, 3.7 MB The Smallest Neo-Assyrian Combat Unit / Backer, Fabrice De (University of Vienna. Aloïs Musil Center for Oriental Studies)
For more than two centuries, scholars have thought that the Neo-Assyrians sorted their battle lines according to the classes of the fighters: firstly the chariots, then the horsemen, then the infantrymen. [...]
2014
Historiae, Núm. 11 (2014) , p. 19-47