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Status: ausleihbar
Signatur: 2021 A 3712   QR-Code
Standort: Hauptbibliothek Altstadt / Freihandbereich Monograph  3D-Plan
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Verfasst von:Matthiae, Paolo [VerfasserIn]   i
Titelzusatz:archaeology and history
Mitwirkende:Bates, Richard [ÜbersetzerIn]   i
 Bilardello, Mattia [ÜbersetzerIn]   i
 Weston, Anita [ÜbersetzerIn]   i
Verf.angabe:Paolo Matthiae ; translated by Richard Bates, Mattia Bilardello, and Anita Weston
Verlagsort:London ; New York
Verlag:Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Umfang:xxx, 451 Seiten, 32 ungezählte Seiten
Illustrationen:Illustrationen, Pläne
Gesamttitel/Reihe:Cities of the Ancient world
Fussnoten:Translated from the Italian ; Includes bibliographical references and index
Abstract:From Tell Mardikh to Ebla : archaeological exploration -- Ebla and early urbanization in Syria -- Ebla, Mari, Akkad : from city-states to empire -- The Royal Palace in the age of the Archives space and function -- Early Syrian religion, the Red Temple, and the Temple of the Rock -- The State Archives : Economy, Culture, and Society -- Artistic expressions and material culture in the mature Early Syrian period -- The crisis in the Early Syrian world and the archaic Old Syrian renaissance -- From Ebla to Yamkhad : the territorial states of the Amorite Age -- Town planning and architecture in the Old Syrian city -- Old Syrian artistic culture : originality and continuity -- Old Syrian material culture : characteristics and development -- From Ebla to Tell Mardikh : decline of a great urban centre.
 "In Ebla, Paolo Matthiae presents the results of 47 years of excavations at this fascinating site, providing a detailed account of Ebla's history and archaeology. Ebla grew from a small Early Bronze Age settlement into an important trading and political centre, which endured until its final destruction in c.1600 BC. The destruction of its royal palace c.2300 BC was particularly significant as it preserved the city's rich archives, offering a wealth of information on its history, economy, religion, administration and daily life. The discovery of Ebla is a pivotal moment in the history of archaeological investigations of the 20th century, and this book is the result of all the excavation campaigns at Tell Mardikh-Ebla from 1964 until 2010, when field operations stopped for the war in Syria. Available for the first time in English, Ebla offers a complete account of one of the largest pre-classical urban centres by its discoverer, making it an essential resource for students of Ancient Near Eastern archaeology and history"--
Schlagwörter:(g)Ebla   i / (s)Archäologische Stätte   i / (z)Geschichte 4000 v. Chr.-700   i
Bibliogr. Hinweis:Erscheint auch als : Online-Ausgabe
RVK-Notation:NG 5280   i
 Excavations (Archaeology)
Geograph. SW:Syria ; Ebla (Extinct city)

2021 A 3712QR-CodeHauptbibliothek Altstadt / Freihandbereich Monographien3D-Planausleihbar
Mediennummer: 10638700
<OR> Cl 2534 / 10QR-CodeSem. Sprachen+Kulturen Vord. Orient / AssyriologiePräsenznutzung
Mediennummer: 61324688, Inventarnummer: 2021/81

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