[agade] BOOKS 5, from Brepols [29 March 2024]


From Bram Roosen <Bram.Roosen@brepols.net>:linebreak=====================linebreaklinebreakNEW from BrepolslinebreaklinebreakBrepols is delighted to announce the publication of five new volumes that might be of interest to the followers of Agade. Please scroll down to discover new titles in the series Subartu, Oxus, Warsaw Studies in Archaeology, and Bibliothèque de l’Antiquité Tardive.linebreaklinebreak1.linebreakTell ‘Atij, Moyen Khabour (Syrie)linebreakRapport final de fouilles (1986-1993)linebreakMichael Fortinlinebreaklinebreakxxxvi + 720 p., 1446 b/w ills, 14 col. ills, 216 x 280 mm, 2024linebreakISBN 978-2-503-60209-7 (PB)linebreakSeries: Subartu, vol. 50linebreakPrice: € 150 excl. VATlinebreaklinebreakTo order, please visit https://bit.ly/3uDoKqi or contact info@brepols.net.linebreaklinebreakTell ‘Atij est un site archéologique de moins d’un hectare situé sur la rive gauche de la rivière Khabour, en Syrie, le plus important affluent de l’Euphrate. Des fouilles canadiennes dirigées par l’auteur entre 1986 et 1993, dans le cadre d’un programme de sauvetage, ont mis en lumière une courte période d’occupation de trois siècles: entre 2900 et 2600 av. J.-C (Early Jezirah 1-2/Ninive 5). Treize niveaux d’occupation ont été identifiés sur neuf mètres d’accumulation de débris. Une cinquantaine de personnes habitaient de manière permanente ce hameau caractérisé par ses multiples dispositifs d’entreposage protégés par une impressionnante enceinte. Des études bioarchéologiques complètent les analyses des diverses classes d’objets. La question controversée de la relation entre les habitants sédentaires de Tell ‘Atij et leurs voisins nomades est abordée en conclusion.linebreaklinebreak2.linebreakSarazm: A Site along the Proto-Silk Road at the Intersection of the Steppe and Oasis CultureslinebreakResults from Excavation VIIlinebreakBenjamin Mutinlinebreakxxvi + 258 p., 20 b/w ills, 181 col. ills, 216 x 280 mm, 2024linebreakISBN 978-2-503-60294-3 (PB) / eISBN 978-2-503-60295-0linebreakSeries: Oxus, vol. 1linebreakPrice: € 110 excl. VATlinebreaklinebreakTo order, please visit https://bit.ly/3S9vxQ7 or contact info@brepols.net.linebreaklinebreakSarazm, in modern-day Tajikistan, is rightly famous as an archaeological site. A Chalcolithic and Bronze Age settlement, it formed part of a cultural and economic network that stretched from the steppe of Central Asia across to the Iranian Plateau and the Indus. Between 1984 and 1994, fieldwork led by a joint Tajik-French project took place at Excavation VII, yielding unique archaeological contexts and materials that shed light on Sarazm’s multicultural nature, its evolution through time, and the varied activities that took place at the site. Now, in this new volume, the first comprehensive description and analysis of all available data from Excavation VII is presented, and the data from this excavation contextualized both at site level and within the broader setting of the Steppe and Oasis cultures of the IVth and IIIrd millennia BCE. The author offers functional, cultural, and chronological conclusions about the exposed occupations, as well as putting forward new interpretations and hypotheses on this important settlement.linebreaklinebreak3.linebreakThe Archaeology of WarlinebreakStudies on Weapons of Barbarian Europe in the Roman and Migration PeriodlinebreakBartosz Kontnylinebreaklinebreak264 p., 108 b/w ills, 23 col. ills, 216 x 280 mm, 2024linebreakISBN 978-2-503-60737-5 (PB) / eISBN 978-2-503-60738-2linebreakSeries: Warsaw Studies in Archaeology, vol. 1linebreakPrice: € 115 excl. VATlinebreakOpen AccesslinebreaklinebreakTo order, please visit https://bit.ly/3SUoiw2 or contact info@brepols.net.linebreaklinebreakFrom graves to settlements, and from the battlefield to underwater sacrificial sites, weapons dating to the Roman and Migration Period have long been found in an array of contexts throughout the region that forms modern-day Poland. This volume for the first time aims to draw together research into these finds, gathered throughout the author’s career, in a synthetic approach that sees discoveries of swords and other armaments analysed against a broad, comparative background. The work begins with a focus on votive deposits from lakes, here used as a lens for addressing questions about military strategy and war ritual more generally, before moving on to explore the weapons and warriors of the Przeworsk and Wielbark Cultures, as well as shedding light on the lives of the Balts. Finally, an in-depth analysis is made of shields from the protohistoric period, exploring the genesis and variability of the forms taken by this protective weapon. Through this approach, this richly illustrated volume sheds new light not only on the typology and chronology of weaponry from the Roman and Migration Periods, but also on the symbolism and functionality that these arms held.linebreaklinebreaklinebreak4.linebreakSympozjum Egejskie, vol. 4linebreakPapers in Aegean ArchaeologylinebreakStephanie Aulsebrook, Katarzyna Żebrowska, Agata Ulanowska (eds)linebreaklinebreak178 p., 12 b/w ills, 41 col. ills, 210 x 297 mm, 2024linebreakISBN 978-2-503-61037-5 (PB) / eISBN 978-2-503-61038-2linebreakSeries: Warsaw Studies in Archaeology, vol. 5linebreakPrice: € 80 excl. VATlinebreakOpen AccesslinebreaklinebreakTo order, please visit https://bit.ly/3TWXpsP or contact info@brepols.net.linebreaklinebreakThis volume in the Sympozjum Egejskie: Papers in Aegean Archaeology series showcases eleven further peer-reviewed papers on diverse themes from early career researchers working at the cutting-edge of studies on the prehistoric Aegean, and provides an invaluable insight into the state of the discipline and its future direction.linebreaklinebreakTable of ContentslinebreakS. Aulsebrook, K. Żebrowska & A. Ulanowska, IntroductionlinebreaklinebreakV. Martin, Metal “Ring Idols”: a Material Approach to Metalworking in the Aegean NeolithiclinebreaklinebreakG. Stergiou, The Cultural Practices of Bronze Age Aegean Societies as Demonstrated by Chipped Stone Assemblages: the North/South Debate RevisitedlinebreaklinebreakP. Minkov, Early and Middle Bronze Age Zoomorphic Figurines and Depictions from the Present-Day Area of BulgarialinebreaklinebreakA. Mercogliano, The Settlement of the Trapeza (Eastern Achaea, Greece): an Insight into the Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period in AchaealinebreaklinebreakP. Kapsali, Exploring the Social Fabric of Ceramics Trough Firing Treatment. The Case of Middle Helladic PotterylinebreaklinebreakA. M.A. Vergaki, Storage Determines Design. The Example of the Minoan HalllinebreaklinebreakJ. Binnberg, Naturalism and Movement in Bird Imagery from Minoan Crete and TheralinebreaklinebreakA. Belza, Between Crete and the Mainland: From the Neopalatial to the Mycenaean CycladeslinebreaklinebreakP. Zeman & K. Dudlik, A Tale of a Mycenaean Palatial Town. Development of the Late Bronze Age Site of MycenaelinebreaklinebreakR. Webb, An Archaeological Perspective on Food Storage on the Mycenaean Mainland (13th–12th Centuries BC)linebreaklinebreakD. Papageorgiou, Tracing the Distribution of ‘Aegean-Type Hearths’. Type and Construction Techniques Trough Space and Timelinebreaklinebreaklinebreak5.linebreakAedes MemoriaelinebreakActes de la Journée d’étude en mémoire du professeur Noël DuvallinebreakFrançois Baratte (ed.)linebreaklinebreakxviii + 306 p., 134 b/w ills, 59 col. ills, 216 x 280 mm, 2024linebreakISBN 978-2-503-60645-3 (HB) / eISBN 978-2-503-60646-0linebreakSeries: Bibliothèque de l’Antiquité Tardive, vol. 42linebreakPrice: € 120 excl. VATlinebreaklinebreakTo order, please visit https://bit.ly/4ahenrF or contact info@brepols.net.linebreaklinebreakLe professeur Noël Duval, à la forte personnalité, a marqué le renouveau des études sur l’antiquité tardive. Se consacrant plus particulièrement à l’Afrique romaine et byzantine, il en a étudié l’histoire tardive et l’archéologie, en particulier celle des églises paléochrétiennes. Mais ses intérêts se sont portés aussi sur la Gaule à la fin de l’antiquité, et, plus largement, sur ensemble du bassin méditerranéen. Sa disparition, en 2018, a été incontestablement une grande perte. Ses amis et ses élèves ont tenu à honorer sa mémoire en rassemblant un recueil de contributions scientifiques sur des sujets sur lesquels il avait travaillé, mais aussi en évoquant sa mémoire et sa personnalité.linebreaklinebreakTable des MatièreslinebreakPrésentation de la Journée en hommage à Noël DuvallinebreakC. Bonnet, Naissance d’une archéologie de l’Antiquité tardive avec Noël DuvallinebreaklinebreakH. Inglebert, Noël Duval et la chronologie de l’Antiquité tardivelinebreaklinebreakM. Heijmans, Noël Duval et l’architecture aulique durant l’Antiquité tardivelinebreaklinebreakX. Barral i Altet, Noël Duval et les représentations d’architecture (Antiquité tardive et Moyen Age)linebreaklinebreakF. Monfrin, L’apport de Noël Duval à l’iconographie de l’architecturelinebreaklinebreakE. Morvillez, L’architecture des villas de l’Antiquité tardive en Occident : Nouveaux sites, dernières avancéeslinebreaklinebreakJ.-M. Carrie, De l’exégèse iconographique à l’interprétation politico-idéologique : Un réexamen de la fresque du camp romain de LouqsorlinebreaklinebreakG. Cantino Wataghin, Le “églises-halles” paleocristiane: una tipologia architettonica?linebreaklinebreakG. Ripoll, Architecture et liturgie en péninsule Ibérique : A propos d’un texte inédit de Noël DuvallinebreaklinebreakN. Duval, Les installations liturgiques des églises de la péninsule IbériquelinebreaklinebreakF. Bejaoui, Les églises rurales à deux sanctuaires opposés en TunisielinebreaklinebreakA. Michel, P. Urbanova, P. Guibert & J.-F. Lataste, Recherches récentes dans la crypte de l’église Saint-Seurin de BordeauxlinebreaklinebreakJ. Dresken-Weiland, La représentation des commanditaires sur les colonnes du ciborium de Saint-Marc à Venise et leur iconographielinebreaklinebreakA.-B. Merel-Brandenburg, Le décor des églises de l’Antiquité tardive à ParislinebreaklinebreakC. Metzger, Quelques tables d’autel ou autres du monde chrétienlinebreaklinebreakJ. Terrier, La découverte d’un complexe ecclésial à Orikos dans le sud de l’AlbanielinebreaklinebreakJ. Bujard & C. De Reynier, Colombier (canton de Neuchâtel, Suisse) : De la villa romaine à la curtis de l’an MillinebreaklinebreakE. Marin, Noël Duval et le Musée archéologique de Split : Des faits, des souvenirs, et nos « mémoires réciproques »linebreaklinebreakJ.-P. Caillet, Conclusion : dans le sillage de Noël Duval… et à ses margeslinebreaklinebreaklinebreaklinebreak--- linebreakYou are currently subscribed to agade as: agadearchive@gmail.com. linebreakTo unsubscribe click here: https://lists.unc.edu/u?id=102258416.1d094c3baef6a44abe6637b960afab23&n=T&l=agade&o=44272447 or linebreaksend a blank email to leave-44272447-102258416.1d094c3baef6a44abe6637b960afab23@listserv.unc.edu