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Sheshonk (Shishak) in Palestine - 06-07/03/2020, Wien (Austria)

19.02.2020

 

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 06-07/03/2020

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO:  Austrian Academy of Sciences (Wien, Austria)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Challenging Time(s), ERC Starting Grant, GA Nr. 757951; Tracing Transformations, FWF-START Y-932 G25; Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology, Austrian Academy of Sciences

 

INFO: web roman.gundacker@oeaw.ac.at; felix.hoeflmayer@oeaw.ac.at

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Gratis/free/gratuito  Deadline: 01/03/2020

 

Se ruega enviar un email/please contact/si prega di inviare una email a hermine.huber@oeaw.ac.at

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: Disponible en PDF/Available in PDF/Disponibile in PDF

 

UPDATE:  Cancelado/cancelled/annullato

 

We are sorry to inform you that the conference “Sheshonq (Shishak) in Palestine” in Vienna (6-7th of March) is cancelled.

Due to increased travel restrictions and the first confirmed case of Corona infection in Vienna, we are forced to postpone the conference.

As soon as we have a new date, we will update you accordingly.


 

 

FRIDAY, 6 MARCH 2020
DAY ONE: ARCHAEOLOGY & HISTORY

09.00–09.15 Barbara Horejs | Director of OREA, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Welcome and Opening
09.15–09.30 Felix Höflmayer | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Roman Gundacker | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Introduction

09.30–10.15 Israel Finkelstein | Tel Aviv University
The Sheshonq I Campaign to Canaan: Chronological, Archaeological and Historical Comments

10.15–11.00 Matthew J. Adams | W.F. Albright Institute
Sheshonq and the Archaeology of Megiddo

11.00–11.30 COFFEE BREAK

11.30–12.15 Troy Sagrillo | University of Swansea
Dating Sheshonq I’s Campaign: The Egyptian Evidence

12.15–13.00 Lyndelle Webster | Austrian Academy of Sciences
What Radiocarbon Dating Can (and Can’t) Say about Sheshonq’s Campaign to Palestine: A Review of the Present State of Research

13.00–14.30 LUNCH BREAK

14.30–15.15 Bernd Schipper | Humboldt University Berlin
The Campaign of Sheshonq I to the Southern Levant in Light of the
Foreign Policy of the 21st/22nd Dynasty

15.15–16.00 Shirly Ben-Dor Evian | Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Egypt and the Arabah in the Early Iron Age

16.00–16.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.30–17.15 Felix Höflmayer | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Sheshonq in Palestine: A Minimalist Approach

17.15–18.00 Katharina Streit | Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Destruction Horizons and Sheshonq's Campaign in Palestine

19.30 DINNER

SATURDAY, 7 MARCH 2020
DAY TWO: PHILOLOGY

09.00–09.15 Roman Gundacker | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Felix Höflmayer | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Introduction

09.15–10.00 Emanuel Tov | Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Different Textual Traditions about Sheshonq-Shishak in the Hebrew Bible

10.00–10.45 Andreas Vonach |University of Innsbruck 
Rewritten Bible and Historicity: "Pharao Shishak" as Testcase for the Composition of Deuteronomistic History

10.45–11.15 COFFEE BREAK

11.15–12.00 Francis Breyer | University of Bonn
The Berber Origin and Reception of Sheshonq I and Other Libyan Pharaohs

12.00–12.45 Roman Gundacker | Austrian Academy of Sciences
Sheshonq and Shishaq: Philological and Linguistic Perspectives

12.45–14.15 LUNCH BREAK

14.15–15.00 Annik Wüthrich | Austrian Academy of Sciences
A Re-Examination of the Triumph Inscription of Sheshonq I

15.00–15.45 Julien Cooper | Yale University
Between History, Geography, and Epigraphy: The Topographical List of Sheshonq and Remarks on its Historicity

15.45–16.15 COFFEE BREAK

16.15–17.15 Discussion
 

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