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Royal and Other Women in the Bible and Ancient Near East -27-28/03/2017, London (England)

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 27-28/03/2017

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Building room 1:20 (Entrance off Torrington Place), UCL Malet Place Engineering, London (England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Workshop sponsored by the Institut Francais and UCL and organised by the Institute of Jewish Studies, UCL

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Monday 27 March 15.00 Welcome: Mark Geller and Daniel Bodi Session 1 Chair: Willem Smelik (UCL) 15.15-16.00 Mark Weeden (SOAS) Hittite women on seal-impressions. Who were they? 16.00-16.45 Alice Mouton (CNRS Ivry sur Seine and Catholic University of Paris) Women in Hittite Correspondence : From Female Slaves to Royal Princesses 16.45 Tea 17.00-17.45 Sophie Démare-Lafont (EPHE Sorbonne / Université de Paris 2 Panthéon- Assas) Inheritance of Women in the Bible. The Case of the Daughters of Zelophehad (Num. 27:1-11, Num. 36:1-12) 18.30 Wine reception Venue: Malet Place Engineering Building foyer, UCL 19.00 Daniel Bodi (Sorbonne) Abishag, the Administrator of King David’s Wives Venue: Ambrose Fleming lecture theatre, ground floor, Malet Place Engineering Building, UCL 20.00 Dinner for speakers Venue: Whistler Room, UCL Wilkins (Main) Building Tuesday 28 March Venue: as yesterday Session 2 Chair: Andrew George (SOAS) 9.45-10.30 Yagmur Heffron (UCL) Women of Kanesh: Archaeological Visibility and the Limits of the 'Middle Ground' 10.30-11.00 Francesca Nebiolo (Sorbonne) When women swore: a look at the women's oath in the Old Babylonian period 11.00 Coffee 11.30-12.00 Anne Sachs (UCL) Royal women, principal or agent? 12.00-12.30 Marine Béranger (Sorbonne) Women as letter senders during the Old Babylonian period 12.30-13.00 Mathilde Touillon-Ricci (SOAS) Identity and Individuality in Cuneiform: Personalising Economic Documentation from the 21st and 20th centuries BCE 13.00-14.00 Lunch (with informal discussion among speakers) Venue: Foster Court ground floor common room, Malet Place

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