Envisioning the past through memories [electronic resource] : how memory shaped ancient Near Eastern societies / edited by Davide Nadali.
- London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
- Cultural memory and history in antiquity ; v. iii
Classical Studies & Archaeology 2016
1 online resource.
- Collective memory -- Middle East -- History.
Middle East -- Civilization -- To 622.
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The emergence of writing and the construction of cultural memory in Egypt / by Federico Contardi
Community and individuals : how memory affects public and private life in the ancient Near East / by Davide Nadali
Embodying the memory of the royal ancestors in western Syria during the third and second millennia BC : the case of Ebla and Qatna / by Nicola Laneri
The historical memory of the late bronze age in the neo-Assyrian palace reliefs / by Mehmet-Ali Ata
Prioritized presence : rulers' images in the neo-Assyrian palace as devices of elite ideological memory / by Amy Gansell
The many falls of Babylon and the shape of forgetting / by Seth Richardson
War remembrance narrative : negotiation of memory and oblivion in the Mesopotamian art / by Silvana Di Paolo
From ancient Egypt to the Mississippi Delta : a comparative approach to cultural memory and forgetting / by Martin Bommas.
- Includes bibliographical references.
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Electronic reproduction. London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2014 dcunns
- Nadali, Davide, editor.
- Other format:
- Print version: Envisioning the past through memories
- 9781474223997 (online)
9781474223973 (electronic book)
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