What's in a name? : terminology related to the work force and job categories in the ancient Near East

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Full title: What's in a name? : terminology related to the work force and job categories in the ancient Near East / [edited by] Agnès Garcia-Ventura.
Other authors: Garcia-Ventura, Agnès, (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: the work force and job categories in the Ancient Near East /
  • Agnès Garcia-Ventura
  • Labor administration in proto-Elamite Iran /
  • Jacob L. Dahl, Laura F. Hawkins, Kathryn Kelley
  • Age, gender and labor: recording human resources in 3350-2500 BC Mesopotamia /
  • Vitali Bartash
  • The archaic lists of professions and their relevance for the late Uruk period: observations on some officials in their administrative context /
  • Camille Lecompte
  • Female servants of Royal Household (ars-tu munus) /
  • Fumi Karahashi
  • Reading history through lexicography: the weavers of Sargonic Adabin in comparative rerspective /
  • Massimo Maiocchi
  • The maškim in Ur III legal documents /
  • Laura Culbertson
  • kīma napišti măti eqlumma ul tīde? Field Work in Old Babylonian Sippar /
  • Katrien de Graef
  • The gold- and silversmith in the Middle Assyrian documents /
  • Jaume Llop
  • Middle Babylonian terminology related to workforce /
  • Daniel Justel
  • On the terminology of some (job) titles in Hittite texts /
  • Matteo Vigo
  • The role of the "overseer" as the -person responsible for the labour force in the hurrian milieu /
  • Josué J. Justel
  • Aspects of job categories and household workforce management in Nuzi documentation /
  • Philippe Abrahami, Brigitte Lion
  • Terminology related to work force and job categories in Ugarit /
  • Juan-Pablo Vita
  • Craftsmen in the Neo-Assyrian Empire /
  • Melanie Groß
  • Travel and displacement as part of the job: the case of the Neo-Assyrian ummânus
  • The organization of building works in Neo-Babylonian /
  • Stefan Zawadzki
  • Dependent Labor and status in the Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods /
  • Kristin Kleber
  • Dependent labor and status in the Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods /
  • Mark Tamerus.