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5 p, 249.3 KB Interpretación del testimonio flaviano / Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
19th century historians maintained that if Josephus admitted that Jesus Christ had been the Messiah, he would have been a Christian and that was impossible. But in the I A. D. Christianity had not been crearly defined as a religion different from Judaism, so the conclusion is false Josephus could believe that Jesus Christ was the Messiah and still remain being a Jew.
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 85-89  
29 p, 378.2 KB Aproximación a la logística militar del ejército de Aníbal / Cabezas Guzmán, Gerard
Logistics is a key issue for an army in campaign any time. However, it was even more relevant when troops were forced to travel 1,500 kms. through enemy territory, up to the surroundings of their enemy, Rome, and that happened during the Hannibalic War. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 91-119  
34 p, 1.6 MB Cooking for the Vultures / Backer, Fabrice De
This paper investigates the tactics and phases of combat employed during the Early Dynastic period, i. e. the IIIrd Millennium B. C. , in Mesopotamia according to the visual and archaeological data recovered. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 51-84  
34 p, 478.6 KB Terms related to the family in Ugaritic / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
Ugaritic words for the clan and the family home, members of the family, infants and children, marriage and childbirth, domestics and inheritance are listed, together with their cognates in other Semitic languages and their equivalents in Afro-Asiatic, Indo-European and other language groups. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 17-50  
16 p, 151.0 KB El derecho y su formulación en los edictos y colecciones legales babilónicos / Sanmartín, Joaquín (Universitat de Barcelona)
Presentation of the pivot categories generating the Mesopotamian royal edicts and legal corpora. Analysis of the fundamental literary genera of the Babylonian legal corpus in order to ascertain the underlying mental structures regulating the exercise of power and the social cohesion in the Babylonian world.
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 1-16  

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