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CSMS Symposium: Ancient Near Eastern Archives: Dealing with Incomplete Datasets - 01/10/2016, Toronto (Canada)



FECHA/DATE/DATA: 01/10/2016


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Auditorium 108, Koffler House, St George Campus, University of Toronto (Toronto, Canada)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies

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Miembro / members / membri: 45$


No miembros / non-members / non membri: 50$


Estudiantes miembros / member students / studenti membri: 10$


Estudiantes no miembros / non-member students /studenti non membri: 15$




12:15-12:30         Registration


12:30-1:00            Annual Meeting - Society members only; memberships may be renewed or opened at the door.


1:00-1:15              Welcome and Introduction


1:15-2:00              Bureaucratic Grindings: Paper Trails, Data Loss and Attrition in Old Babylonian Palace Archives                      
                                 Clemens Reichel, Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto / The Royal Ontario Museum 


2:00-2:45              Stories of Barley and Gold – Overcoming the Limits of Middle Babylonian Archives 
                                  Susanne Paulus, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago


2:45-3:15              Break


3:15-4:00              The Use of Writing Boards in Assyria                           
                                  Heather D. Baker, Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto


4:00-4:45              ‘Persian Boys Writing on Parchment’ - Achaemenid Administration and its Written Tradition                            
                                  Maria Brosius, Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto


4:45-5:00              Concluding Remarks and General Discussion 

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