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Contacts in Pre-Hellenistic Anatolia and Ancient Near East - 25-26-27/02/2021, (Online)

The International Workshop “Contacts in Pre-Hellenistic Anatolia and Ancient Near East: From Languages to Texts”, organized by the team of the ERC project PALaC (G.A. 757299) and the team of the ANR-DFG project Luwili (ANR-17-FRAL-0007-01 / YA 472/2–1), will be held on February 25-27, 2021.



ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Federico Giusfredi; Alice Mouton; Ilya Yakubovich



The meeting will open on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 10:45 AM Rome time


Thursday, 25 February

11:00-11:30: Opening remarks

11:30-12:00: Federico Giusfredi (Verona), “Some observations on the so-called ‘Boğazköy Akkadian’”

12:00-12:30: Bartomeu Obrador-Cursach (Barcelona/Verona), “Hypotheses

of interference between Greek and the languages of Ancient Anatolia:

the case of patronymics”

12:30-14:00: Lunch Break

14:00-14:30: Markus Egetmeyer (Paris), “Zum Sprachkontakt zwischen Zypern und dem syro-anatolischen Raum im 2. und 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr”

14:30-15:00: Stella Merlin and Valerio Pisaniello (Verona), “How to cope with loanwords in ancient Anatolia”

15:00-15:30: Paola Dardano (Siena), “Accusative of respect in Homeric

Greek: an areal feature?”

15:30-16:00: Cocktails

16:00-16:30: Elisabeth Rieken (Marburg), “Luwian /w/ and <p>: Second Thoughts”

16:30-17:00: José Virgilio García Trabazo (Santiago de Compostela), Über den Fluch auf KARKAMIŠ A6 § 31: Die Gottheit Nik(k)arawa und die Lektüre von hluw. ARHA EDERE

17:00-17:30: Anna Bauer (Marburg), “Loanwords in Hieroglyphic Luwian”

Friday, 26 February

11:00-11:30: Zsolt Simon (Munich), “Hittite and Luwian loanwords in Armenian: an Update”

11:30-12:00: Ignasi-Xavier Adiego Lajara (Barcelona), “Luwian Tarhunazzas, Cilician Τροκοναζας and other related Luwic names”

12:00-12:30: Massimilano Marazzi (Naples), “3D Scanning-Technologien und Prozeduren: Neue Resultate im Bereich der hieroglyphenhethitischen Forschung”

12:30-14:00: Lunch Break

14:00-14:30: Laura Massetti (Oxford / Washington, DC), “Hermes Has Joined the Company’: On the Tracks of Divine Messengers in Greece, Anatolia, Indo-European”

14:30-15:00: Maurizio Viano (Turin), “Babylonian hermeneutics and Heraclitus, a comparison”

15:00-15:30: Matilde Serangeli (Jena), “Contact and Innovation in the Ancient Mediterranean: The Double-Headed Eagle and Aeschylus’ Agamemnon”

15:30-16:00: Juan Antonio Álvarez-Pedrosa (Madrid), “Iranian Re-reading of a Greek text: The Delphic Maxims of Ai Khanum”

16:00-16:30: Cocktails

16:30-17:00: Robert Hawley (Paris), “The place of Ugaritic lyric and epic song in the context of other Eastern Mediterranean lyric and epic traditions”

17:00-17:30: Livio Warbinek (Verona), “A Comparison among KIN Oracles: The Transmission and the Reception of a Hittite Divination System from the Centre to the Periphery”

17:30-18:00: Lorenzo Verderame (Rome), “The socio-cultural dimension of the Assyrian-Babylonian contact”

Saturday, 27 February

11:00-11:30: Alice Mouton (Paris), “Tunnawiya vs. Kuwattalla: Similarities and Differences between the Two Groups of Hittite-Luwian Ritual Texts”

11:30-12:00: Ilya Yakubovich (Marburg), “Structural Coherence of the Kuwattalla tradition”

12:00-12:30: Giulia Torri (Florence), “On analogic similes in Hittite texts”

12:30-14:00: Lunch Break

14:00-14:30: Mark Weeden (London), “Historical narratives in Royal inscriptions from Babylon to Hattusa”

14:30-15:00: Diether Schürr (Hanau), “Von Naram-Sin bis Erbbina: Ein altakkadischer Topos und seine Wandlungen im Laufe der Zeiten”

15:00-15:30: Oğuz Soysal (Marburg), “Ein religiöses Motto und seine Übermittlung zwischen zwei Sprachen Altanatoliens”

15:30-16:00: Birgit Christiansen (Munich), “Why do they differ? A reinvestigation into the production of Hittite ritual texts”

16:00-16:30: Cocktails

16:30-17:00: Paola Cotticelli-Kurras (Verona), “Linguistic and extra-linguistic taxonomies as mirror of knowledge in Ancient Indo-European cultures: the case of the Hittites”

17:00-17:30: Velizar Sadovski (Vienna), “Ontologies and taxonomies in lists and catalogues in Indo-European text traditions from the Aegeo-Anatolian up to the Indo-Iranian language domains”

17:30-18:00: Michele Bianconi (Oxford / Siena), “The etymology of Gerga and the Carian word for ‘white’”

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