Historiae

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23 p, 212.6 KB Arqueología de la muerte. Algunos aspectos teóricos y metodológicos / Abad Mir, Susana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Archaeology of death is an archaeological research field which stems from the so called Anglo-American processual archaeology of the 1960s. It focuses on funerary practices of human societies and, by extension, on the impact of death on the members of such communities. [...]
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 1-23  
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10 p, 106.4 KB Los pastos del Ebabbar / Da Riva, Rocío (Universitat de Barcelona)
This article deals with the organisation of pasture land in the Neo-Babylonian period. The main source for the study is the tablet BM 77507, published in AOAT 291, 247-258, which deals with the assignment of land to people who (using prosopographic criteria) can be identified withshepherds in service of the Ebabbar temple of Sippar during the first half of the reign of Nabopolassar (626-605 BC). [...]
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 25-34  
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34 p, 246.5 KB Ba'al et les sangliers dans CAT 1.12 / Dalix Meier, Anne-Sophie
This paper tackles the presence and perception of the wild boar in Ugaritic religious thought. More specifically the correlation of material and epigraphic data from Ugarit leads to a new interpretation of a particularly difficult text, CAT 1. [...]
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 35-68  
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14 p, 132.2 KB Negli anfratti della roccia, nel segreto della rupe. Un contributo alla storia della religione di Canaan / Peri, Chiara
The possible cultic meaning of the "hole in the rock" in the Hebrew Bible deserves to be studied. The following paper is devoted to this apparently marginal aspect of the historic religious scene of Ancient Israel. [...]
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 69-82  
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25 p, 197.4 KB Nerón y los mares de Agripina / Requena Jiménez, Miguel (Universitat de València)
The analysis of the supposed nightmares suffered by Nero after the murder of Agripina, narrated by such diverse author s as Suetonius, Dion Casius and maybe Seneca, shall allow us to approach the perception held by important sections of Roman society about that emperor's power. [...]
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 83-107  
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13 p, 113.9 KB Rutas fenicias : algunas consideraciones en torno a una obra reciente / Vidal Palomino, Jordi (Universitat de Barcelona)
2006
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 109-121  

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