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“Mesopotamian Temple Inventories in the Third and Second Millennia BCE: Integrating Archaeological,

The central aim of this conference is the meaningful integration of archaeological remains, textual sources, and the ancient visual record relating to Mesopotamian temple inventories of the third and second millennium BCE. We maintain that such a multidisciplinary approach will make the constitution of Mesopotamian sacred space through objects and practices more accessible. Special consideration will be given to the overall societal function as well as ideological and economic impacts of sacred gifting.

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 14-15/11/2016

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: LMU Center for Advanced Studies (München, Germany)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr. Jean Evans (University of Chicago); Dr. Paola Paoletti (LMU München) ; Dr. Elisa Roßberger (LMU München)

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Monday, 14 November 2016

13:00 Welcome address: Walther Sallaberger

13:05 Elisa Roßberger (München) A World of Things: Mesopotamian Temple Inventories Revisited

13:30 Adelheid Otto/Berthold Einwag (München) The Inventory of the Temple at Tell Bazi, Syria

14:00 Suzanne Herbordt (Leipzig) Die Tempelinventare aus der Oberstadt von Boğazköy-Hattusa: hethitische Tempelanlagen als Kultstätten und Wirtschaftseinheiten

14:30 Aaron Schmitt (Mainz) The Ganunmah/Enunmah in Ur – a Reevaluation of the Building and Its Inventory

15:00 Coffee Break

15:20 Jean Evans (Chicago) The Inventory of the Sin Temple at Khafajeh: Innovation and Tradition

15:50 Sophie Cluzan (Paris) Temple Inventories in Mari Early Dynastic III: the Temples of Ištar, NinniZAZA and Ištarat as a case study 16:20 Lorenzo Verderame (Rom) Inscribed Objects from the Early Dynastic Temple of Inanna in Nippur

16:50 Paul Collins (Oxford) History as Ritual in Early Dynastic Mesopotamia

17:20 – 18:00 First Discussion

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

9:00 Paola Paoletti (München) Ištar-Kitītum and Old Babylonian Dedicatory Practices

9:30 Michèle Maggio (Liège/Heidelberg) The Gift Texts from Ur in Old Babylonian Period: A Mesopotamian Temple Inventory?

10:00 Ilya Arkhipov (Moskau) Zimri-Lim Offers a Throne to Dagan

10:30 Coffee Break

10:50 Helen Gries (Berlin) Votive Practices in the Temple of Aššur in the 3rd and Early 2nd Millennium BC 11:20 Julia Müller-Klieser (Mainz) For the Sake of Remembrance: Inscribed Dedicatory Objects in the Middle Assyrian Period 11:50 Second Discussion

12:30 Lunch Break

14:00 Frances Pinnock (Rom) “Private” Sanctuaries in Southern Mesopotamia, End of the Third to Beginning of the Second Millennium BC

14:30 Martin Gruber (München) Platforms, Podia and Other Vertical Features at Entrances into Sanctuaries

15:00 Coffee Break

15:20 Albert Dietz (München) Iconography of Religion: God – Cult Statue – Image

15:50 Anna Kurmangaliev (München) Visual Representations of the Cult Statue of Šamaš

16:20 – 17:00 Third Discussion 18:15 Abendvortrag (LMU Hauptgebäude A 119) Dominique Charpin (Paris) Weihgaben als Spiegel der Rolle von Gottheiten im mesopotamischen Pantheon

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