Antiguo oriente (129 documentos)


1.- Can I Have a Word?: Methods of Communication in Judges 6
Waters, Jaime L1
1DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois. Estados Unidos de América
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 168-182]
2.- (...) “Enter,” but How, and Where?: Data from the Coffin Texts
Gracia Zamacona, Carlos
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 41-82]
3.- James, Peter; Van Der Veen, Peter G. (eds.), Solomon and Shishak. Current Perspectives from Archaeology, Epigraphy, History and Chronology. Proceedings of the Third BICANE Colloquium held at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge 26–27 March, 2011. BAR International Series 2732. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2015. xii + 281
Tebes, Juan Manuel1
1Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires. Argentina
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 227–234]
4.- King Taita and his “Palistin”: Philistine State or Neo-Hittite Kingdom?
Emanuel, Jeffrey P1
1Harvard University, Center for Hellenic Studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 11-40]
5.- La representación de las élites egipcias en las "Admoniciones de Ipuwer"
Rosell, Pablo Martín1
1Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Centro de Estudios de Sociedades Precapitalistas, La Plata, Buenos Aires. Argentina
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 199-220]
6.- Lead Isotope Analysis of Slag-Tempered Negev Highlands Pottery
Yahalom-Mack, Naama1; Martin, Mario A2; Tirosh, Ofir1; Erel, Yigal1; Finkelstein, Israel2
1Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Institute of Earth Sciences, Jerusalén. Israel; 2Tel Aviv Universit, Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Tel Aviv. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 83-98]
7.- Narrow Base Dipper Juglets (NBDJ) Imported from the Syro-Lebanese Littoral to the Shephelah and the Coastal Plain of Israel
Yannai, Eli1; Gorzalczany, Amir1; Peilstöcker, Martin2
1Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalén. Israel; 2Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz. Alemania
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 183-198]
8.- Nissim Amzallag. Esau in Jerusalem: The Rise of a Seirite Religious Elite in Zion in the Persian Period. Cahiers de la Revue Biblique 85. Pendé, J. Gabalda et Cie, 2015. ISBN 978–2–85021–242–0
Gruber, Mayer I1
1Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beerseba. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 221–227]
9.- Northern Arabia and its Jewry in Early Rabbinic Sources: More than Meets the Eye
Mazuz, Haggai1
1University of Bonn, Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen. Alemania
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 149-16]
10.- Qohelet 11,1–6 or How to Survive in an Unsure World
Bianchi, Francesco1
1Associazione Biblica Italiana Rome, Roma, Lazio. Italia
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 127-148]
11.- The Origin and Evolution of the Saraph Symbol
Amzallag, Nissim1
1Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beerseba. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2015 Vol. 13 , Pag. 99-126]
12.- La estructura social del calcolítico palestinense: una propuesta de interpretación desde el materialismo histórico
Jaruf, Pablo1; Gandulla, Bernardo1; Milevski, Ianir2
1Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires. Argentina; 2Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Tel Aviv. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 149–184]
13.- La política desde abajo en la Siria-Palestina de la Edad del Bronce Tardío
Pfoh, Emanuel1
1Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, Buenos Aires. Argentina
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 105-122]
14.- Phillips, David Lee. The Samaritan Version of the Book of Numbers with Hebrew Variants: A Close Textual Study. Lewiston, NY; Lampeter, UK: Edwin Mellen Press, 2014. XV + 302 pp. ISBN 978–0–7734–4317–4
Robker, Jonathan Miles1
1Westfalische Wilhelms - Universitat Munster, Munster, Nordrhein-Westfalen. Alemania
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 234 - 240]
15.- Recently discovered Iron Age lion figurines from Jerusalem
Kletter, Raz1; Saarelainen, Katri1; Weksler-Bdolah, Shlomit2
1University of Helsinki, Helsinki. Finlandia; 2Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalén. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 39–70]
16.- Some implications of the volcanic theophany of YHWH on his primeval identity
Amzallag, Nissim1
1Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beerseba. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 11-38]
17.- The date of the Qurayyah painted ware in the southern Levant
Singer-Avitz, Lily1
1Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Tel Aviv. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 123–148]
18.- The origin of the alphabet: an examination of the Goldwasser hypothesis
Colless, Brian E1
1Massey University, Palmerston North. Nueva Zelanda
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 71–104]
19.- “The self-destruction of diversity”: a tale of the last days in judah's Negev towns
Thareani, Yifat1
1Hebrew Union College, Jerusalén. Israel
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 185–224]
20.- Wachsmann, Shelley. The Gurob Ship-Cart Model and Its Mediterranean Context. Ed Rachal Foundation Nautical Archaeology Series. College Station, TX: A & M University Press, 2013. 352 pp. ISBN: 978–1–60344–429–3
Emanuel, Jeffrey P1
1Harvard University, Center for Hellenic Studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Antiguo oriente, Argentina, 2014 Vol. 12 , Pag. 229-234]