Assyromania and more : in memory of Samuel M. Paley

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Full title: Assyromania and more : in memory of Samuel M. Paley / edited by Friedhelm Pedde and Nathanael Shelley.
Other authors: Pedde, Friedhelm, (Editor)
Shelley, Nathanael, (Editor)
Paley, Samuel Michael, 1941- (honouree.)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Cyprus, Israel and Turkey.
  • Speculations on the Original Function of Phlamoudhi-Vounari /
  • Allan S. Gilbert / Ian J. Cohn
  • Exploring Regional Development in Late Bronze I Cyprus: Phlamoudhi-Vounari and the Karpass Peninsula /
  • Mara T. Horowitz
  • Looking for Leucolla /
  • Robert R. Stieglitz
  • Children and Bangles in the Late Second-Millennium B.C.E. Southern Levant /
  • Susan L. Braunstein
  • Working with Sam: From New York City to Tel el Ifshar, Ashurnasirpal II's Northwest Palace, Alişar Höyük, and Beyond /
  • Alison B. Snyder
  • Sam Paley at Çadır Höyük 1993-2008: Excavating the Second Millennium BCE /
  • Sharon R. Steadman and Gregory McMahon
  • Seyitömer Mound Excavations /
  • A. Nejat Bilgen
  • Economy and Power: Achaemenid Influence on Regional Economies in Western Anatolia /
  • Lisa Kealhofer, Peter Grave, and A. Nejat Bilgen
  • Megaron 3: The 8th/Early 7th Century B.C. Palace of the Phrygian Kings at Gordion /
  • Oscar White Muscarella
  • Reconsidering the Position of Mt. Puškurunuwa and Other Issues of Central Anatolian Geography /
  • Ronald L. Gorny.
  • Assyria and Assyromania.
  • From Cyprus to Assyria: Earrings in Middle Assyrian Assur: A Connection to the West /
  • Friedhelm Pedde
  • Tell Billa's Bull Pendant: A Connection to Middle Assyrian Assur /
  • Reed Charles Goodman
  • Representing Cities in Syro-Anatolian and Neo-Assyrian Art /
  • James F. Osborne
  • Timing Space/Spacing Time: Narrative Principles in Assurbanipal Hunt Reliefs of Room C in the North Palace of Nineveh /
  • Davide Nadali
  • The Assur Project in Berlin: A Look Back at Twenty Years of Research /
  • Friedhelm Pedde
  • In Pursuit of the "Missing" Central Palace of Tiglathpileser III at Nimrud /
  • Julian Edgeworth Reade and Donald H. Sanders.
  • Archaeology and New Techniques.
  • Recreating Ancient Architecture for Museum Exhibitions /
  • Joanna S. Smith
  • A 3D Visualization of the Ancient Built Environment of Seyitömer Höyük, Turkey /
  • Laura K. Harrison and Aycan Gürbüz
  • Some useful Graphical Computer Techniques for Old Archaeology with New Techniques /
  • Willem Beex.
  • Iconography, Seals and Inscriptions.
  • King/Man in a (War) Cart: Intercultural Theme or Appropiated Image? /
  • Holly Pittman
  • On the Birth of Early Achaemenid Monumental Art at Pasargadae /
  • David Stronach
  • Objects of Anatolian Origin in the Buffalo Museum of Science /
  • Elif Genç
  • A Seal for Sam: A Neo-Assyrian Cylinder Seal from Halieis, Greece /
  • Bradley A. Ault
  • Preliminary Remarks on an Achaemenid Seal with a Phrygian Inscription /
  • Judith A. Lerner
  • Linear B o-pi-ti-ni-ja-ta, Homeric hepitimītōr and Labiovelar Palatalization /
  • Roger D. Woodard.
  • Jewish Studies.
  • My Memories of Dr. Samuel Paley, Teacher, Leader and Friend /
  • Sophia R. Balderman
  • Circumcision and Epispasm: The Myth of the "Jewish Weight" /
  • Friedrich T. Schipper.
  • Modern Reception.
  • The "New Babylon": New York Architecture in the 1920s and Early 1930s /
  • Brigitte Pedde
  • The Use and Abuse of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Architecture in Modern and Contemporary Culture: Between Memory and Fake Tradition /
  • Maria Gabriella Micale
  • Gilgamesh in Modern Art: The German Painter Willi Baumeister and the Ancient Near East /
  • Brigitte Pedde.
  • Contemporary History and Archaeological Heritage.
  • Protest and Protection: William Dinsmoor's War /
  • Stephen L. Dyson
  • S.A.F.E. Nimrud: CHNT featuring Samuel M. Paley (2003-2009) /
  • Wolfgang Börner
  • Archaeological Heritage: A Human Right /
  • Ezra B.W. Zubrow
  • Dreams in Sound /
  • Martha Mooke.