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67 p, 5.4 MB "Go Tell the Assyrians, Thou Who Passest By, That Here, Obedient to Their Laws, We Lie..." / Backer, Fabrice De (University of Vienna. Aloïs Musil Centrer for Oriental Archaeology)
This paper deals with a topic hardly studied by our fellow scholars: the management of casualties during the aftermath of a victorious battle for the Neo-Assyrians. The paper will propose a typology of casualties according to different points of their different kinds of status, plus some questions on some problems still encountered by modern soldiers nowadays.
Historiae, Núm. 17 (2020) , p. 25-91 (Articles)  
6 p, 2.1 MB Pathological variations in mummified feet between two near-distance/long-time populations in Ancient Egypt / Isidro Llorens, Albert (Hospital del Sagrat Cor (Barcelona)) ; Huber, Beatrice (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Äegyptolisches Institute) ; Malik, Aamer (Hospital del Sagrat Cor (Barcelona)) ; Malgosa Morera, Assumpció (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d'Ecologia)
Background: In ancient populations, a significant quantity of foot pathology was related either to the type of footwear they used or the underlying terrain they walked on. Our study was carried out to analyze these parameters with the foot pathologies the mummies presented. [...]
2015 - 10.1186/s13047-015-0115-4
Journal of foot and ankle research, Vol. 8, Issue 1 (Dec. 2015) , art. 58  

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13 p, 713.3 KB Corpi iconizzati e immagini "corporizzate" / Bacci, Michele (Universität Freiburg)
In questo saggio si presentano alcune osservazioni generali circa le ragioni e le modalità per cui, nella tarda Antichità e nel Medioevo, alcuni corpi eccezionali, in particolare quelli assai poco attraenti di uomini anziani venerati come santi in ragione delle loro virtù ascetiche, finirono per essere descritti come mirabilia, ossia come reliquie straordinariamente belle, destinate ad essere osservate e contemplate. [...]
The present paper offers some thoughts as to the dynamics by which, in the perception of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, some specific bodies, especially the unattractive remnants of old men worshipped as saints on account of their ascetic virtues, came to be described as mirabilia, that is as wonderfully beautiful relics, meant to be looked at and contemplated in the same way as holy portraits. [...]

Bellaterra : Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Servei de Publicacions, 2020
Imago & mirabilia : les formes del prodigi a la Mediterrània medieval, 2020, p. 113-124  

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