Marilyn Buccellati

Marilyn Buccellati
University of California, Los Angeles | UCLA · Cotsen Institute of Archaeology (IOA)

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A topic widely discussed by archaeologists interested in the development of identity in the prehistoric and early historic record is the growth of self- consciousness, a topic that has a long history in Syro- Mesopotamia. It is best exemplifi ed by the exploits of Gilgamesh, a mythical third millennium king ruling the southern Mesopotamian city of...
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The ancient city of Terqa (modern Tell Asharah), located on the middle Euphrates upstream from Mari, flourished in the third and second millennia bce.Keywords:ancient Near East history;anthropology;archaeology
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The monumental building excavated at the margin of Tell Mozan offered its legacy in miniature: Hundreds of seal impressions, small and fragile nuggets of clay. Discarded on the building's floor, the sealings provided satisfying proof that Tell Mozan was the site of the third-millennium Hurrian capital city Urkesh. But they also revealed the presenc...
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The recently excavated Akkadian seal impressions from Mozan, located in the Khabur Region of northeastern Syria, have led us to identify the site with the ancient third-millennium Hurrian city of Urkesh (Fig. 1). In the excavations on the western side of the tell just inside the city wall and near a presumed city gate a large building was discovere...
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Thesis (S.M.)--University of Chicago, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Includes bibliographical references.

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