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Published 2010
Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East : 5 May-10 May 2009, "Sapienza", Universita di Roma /

: 3 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 9783447061759

Published 2000
Proceedings of the First International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Rome, May 18th-23rd 1998 /

: Proceedings.
At head of title: Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza. : 2 volumes (vii, 1843 pages) : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 8888233008

Published 2013
Ebla and its landscape : early state formation in the ancient Near East /

: OCLC 825050395 : 535 pages, 27 plates : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9781611322286 :

Published 2021
Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Near Eastern palaces. $n Volume II : Proceedings of a workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna, 25 -26 April 2016

: The study of the semiotics of palaces in the Ancient Near East and Ancient Egypt provides the historian with diverse information as size and type of architecture demonstrate the kind of representation chosen by rulers towards their world. Some features were adopted from temples in order to stage the appearance of the ruler like a divine epiphany. Some further integrate a temple within the palace, showcasing the desire of the ruler to live with a specific deity under one roof for divine support and protection. The importance of this ruler can also be reflected by the size of the throne room and the number of columns, showing as well a hierarchy in the use of space within the whole building complex and its different units. For instance, the presence of a rather intimate throne room or a second small throne room points to space for confidential exchange between the ruler and his visitors. The capacity of storerooms additionally gives us insight into the economic power standing behind the palace. The comparison of different elements between palatial and domestic architecture also proves helpful in identifying the origins of particular components.0Exploration of such semiotics was initiated with the publication of the first palace volume in 2018 (Verlag der ÖAW, Vienna) following a conference held in London 2013. The present volume stands in direct continuation and is the result of a second palace conference that took place at the 10th ICAANE 2016 in Vienna. Besides introducing other palaces in Egypt and Nubia, this volume is dedicated primarily to Near Eastern palaces which are presented and studied by prominent experts in this field

Published 1989
Dalīl āthār Īblā.

: Arabic and English. : 16 unnumbered pages illustrations, plans 22 cm. : "Prof. Paolo Matthiae, Director"--Page 14.