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Warring Mortals and Squabbling Gods: Conflict in the Ancient Near East - 26/05/2017, Birmingham (England)

26.01.2017

 

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The Birmingham Assyriology committee invites you to attend the third annual Birmingham Assyriology Symposium, hosted by the University of Birmingham on the 26th of May.  The symposium is an all-day event, where visiting academics and postgraduate researchers will present their exciting new research papers in a conference format. Registration is free, and full refreshments will be provided on the day. 

 

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 26/05/2017

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Birmingham (Birmingham, England)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Guy Kirkham-Smith

 

INFO: assyriology@contacts.bham.ac.uk


INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Gratis/free/gratuito 

 

Se ruega enviar un email a /please contact /sono pregati di inviare una e-mail a assyriology@contacts.bham.ac.uk

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: 

 

10:30 - Registration
11:00 - Introductory Remarks

PANEL #1
11:05 – Guy Kirkham-Smith. Šipra ša aqabbûku šuṣṣir atta: (Il)locutionary acts in Babylonian Mythological Narrative.
11:30 – Igor Novokreshchenov. “The Mountain of the Holy Divine Powers”: the Land of Aratta as Mythic Adversary of Sumerian Epics.
11:55 – Birgit Haskamp. We Must Give a Thought to the Necromancer: Some Remarks on “The Underworld Vision of an Assyrian Prince.”
12:20 – Michal Čermák. The Two Powers are at Peace: Legitimacy and Power in the Contending’s of Horus and Seth.

12:45 – Lunch

PANEL #2
13:45 – Ben Dewar. One Campaign or Two? Conflicting Accounts of Ashurnasirpal II’s Campaign to the Mediterranean Coast.
14:10 – Melissa Benson. Darius’ Delegation Strategy and Achaemenid Persian Mutilation Practice.
14:35 – Kate Kelley. A link between worlds: Women and children on the Mesopotamian-Iranian borderlands during the late fourth millennium BCE.

15:00 – Coffee & tea break

PANEL #3
15:20 – Selena Wisnom. Reading the signs: the liver as a manuscript in ancient Mesopotamia.
15:45 – Kerrie Myers. Blood in the Neo-Assyrian Induction of the Cult Statue.
16:10 – Frank Simons. “I hold my curved sticks”: A New Interpretation of Šurpu 9.

KEYNOTE
16:35 – Dr. Alasdair Livingstone. The Cat is Taboo to the Heaven Disk: A New Mystical Explanatory Text.

17:00 – Wine Reception
 

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