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4 p, 99.4 KB Espía y arqueólogo al servicio del Káiser : la misión secreta de Leo Frobenius en Arabia y Eritrea durante la Primera Guerra Mundial / Da Riva, Rocío (Universitat de Barcelona)
Historiae, Núm. 14 (2017) , p. 141-144 (Notes breus)  
34 p, 1.0 MB Algunos apuntes sobre las inscripciones reales de la dinastía "caldea" (626-539 a.C.) : una fuente documental privilegiada para el estudio del pasado de Babilonia / Da Riva, Rocío (Universitat de Barcelona)
El periodo neo-babilónico es uno de los mejor documentados de la antigua Mesopotamia. Se han conservado miles de documentos económicos y administrativos, tanto en archivos institucionales como privados, así como centenares de inscripciones reales y diversas crónicas y textos literarios. [...]
The Neo-Babylonian period is one of the best documented in ancient Mesopotamia. Many thousands of economic and administrative texts have been preserved both from institutional and private archives, as well as hundreds of royal inscriptions, and several chronicles and literary texts. [...]

Historiae, Núm. 14 (2017) , p. 53-86 (Articles)  
9 p, 738.4 KB El yacimiento de Sela (Jordania) : la expansión imperial neo-babilónica en el altiplano de Edom a mediados del I milenio a.C / Da Riva, Rocío (Universitat de Barcelona)
The site of as-Sila has been identified with Edomite Sela, frequently mentioned in the Bible. The site was important in the Iron Age (as demonstrated by the presence of many structures and the Neo-Babylonian cuneiform rock-inscription of king Nabonidus, 556-539 BCE), and also during the Nabatean and Roman periods. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 13 (2016) , p. 31-39 (Articles)  
9 p, 102.6 KB La guerra en el Antiguo Oriente : el asedio a las ciudades y las penurias de la población / Da Riva, Rocío (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
The present article analyses the information supplied by cuneiform documents written in periods of political conflict. One has tried to focus on the consequences that had the siege of cities on civil populations and institutions, using the administrative documentation of 7th century BC Babylon, Uruk and Nippur.
Historiae, Núm. 5 (2008) , p. 1-9  
31 p, 222.6 KB Maledicta Mesopotamica. Indultos e imprecaciones en el Próximo Oriente antiguo / Da Riva, Rocío (Universitat de Barcelona)
This article deals with insults, curses and obscenities in Sumerian and Akkadian texts. Its aim is simply to present a brief introduction to the topic. We are fully aware of the cultural gap betwe en Ancient Mesopotamian culture and 21st century thinking, and of the difficulty of understanding verbal abuse without a critical and pragmatic approach. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 4 (2007) , p. 25-55  
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). [...]
Historiae, Núm. 3 (2006) , p. 25-34  

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