[agade] PUBLICATIONS: “Let the Tabarna, the King, Be Dear to the Gods” (IOS 24) [02 April 2024]

From Yoram Cohen <ycohen1@tauex.tau.ac.il>:linebreak====================linebreaklinebreakWe are very pleased to inform you that Volume 24 of the IOS Annual (the Israel Oriental Studies Annual) has now been published by Brill. linebreaklinebreakSee online: <https://brill.com/display/title/69400>linebreakThe IOS Annual Volume 24: linebreakVolume Editors: Yoram Cohen, Amir Gilan, Nathan Wasserman, Letizia Cerqueglini, Beata Sheyhatovitch and Michal MarmorsteinlinebreakHardbacklinebreakISBN: 978-90-04-68746-2linebreakUSD $132.00linebreaklinebreakEditoriallinebreakPart 1: The Ancient Near EastlinebreakA New Indirect Join to the Puḫānu TextlinebreakJames M. BurginlinebreaklinebreakThe Hittite Šašta Oracles: A Presentation of the Sources and An Analysis of the Šašta Oracle ProcedurelinebreakYoram CohenlinebreaklinebreakContinuity and Innovation in the Laws of HazorlinebreakYuval DarabilinebreaklinebreakThe Ideology of Hittite Kingship in Light of IBoT 1.30+linebreakAmir GilanlinebreaklinebreakThe Fantasies of James Mellaart: Fabrications of an Anatolian ArchaeologistlinebreakJohn David Hawkins †linebreaklinebreaklinebreakPart 2: Semitic Languages and LinguisticslinebreakMore about Jibbali/Śḥerέt Anthroponyms: New Data and Additional RemarkslinebreakGiuliano Castagna and Suḥayl Al-ʿamrilinebreaklinebreakAncient Egyptian and the Red Sea Semitic Linguistic ArealinebreakLetizia CerqueglinilinebreaklinebreakNon-Vernacular Language in Action: Ashkenazic Hebrew in 21st-Century Diglossic Hasidic CommunitieslinebreakSonya Yampolskaya, Eli Benedict, Izzy Posen and Lily Kahnlinebreaklinebreaklinebreak----------linebreakThe Editors welcome original studies in the languages, philology, histories and religions of the ancient Near East and the wider Mediterranean World, stretching from Central Asia to the Maghreb and the Horn of Africa. We invite scholars of the ancient Near East and related fields, such as Biblical Studies, the Classics, and Archaeology of Mesopotamia, the Levant and the Mediterranean, scholars of Semitic and Afroasiatic languages and cultures, and scholars of Arabic, Arabic linguistics, socio-linguistics and dialectology, Arabic philology, philosophy and literature to send in their contributions to the IOS Annual and enhance our study and knowledge of the languages, philology, histories and religions of the ancient Near East and Middle East throughout the ages in their wider Mediterranean Context.linebreaklinebreakThe IOS Annual also welcomes studies in the history, languages, ritual, and liturgy of past and present Christian denominations of the Middle East.linebreaklinebreakWe are now accepting contributions for Volume 25, which will appear in 2025.linebreakEach contribution undergoes a double-blind peer review and is assessed by our international scientific board.linebreaklinebreakOur editorial statement and mission and details about our editorial board and scientific board, as well as the TOC of our forthcoming volume can found at:linebreaklinebreakhttps://brill.com/view/serial/IOSAlinebreakPlease send contributions to ios.annual@gmail.com.linebreakNotes for contributors can be found on the website under the Downloads Tab.linebreaklinebreak--- 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=44277058 or linebreaksend a blank email to leave-44277058-102258416.1d094c3baef6a44abe6637b960afab23@listserv.unc.edu