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Semitica et Classica
International Journal of Oriental and Mediterranean Studies

Association Semitica et Classica (ed.)
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324 p., 145 b/w ill., 210 x 280 mm, 2013
ISBN: 978-2-503-54698-8
Languages: French, English, German
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Semitica et Classica,  International Journal of Oriental and Mediterranean Studies, led by specialists in Eastern Mediterranean studies, philologists, archaeologists, epigraphists, philosophers, historians and linguists is directed to researchers with a particular interest in these areas of learning. The journal publishes work related to the interaction between the classical and Oriental worlds from the second millennium B.C.E. to the early centuries of Islam. The cultural area covered by the journal stretches from the western Mediterranean to the Middle East and includes Europe, Africa, and Asia up to and including the Arabian peninsula.
Table of Contents

ÉDITORIAL

RÉSUMÉS

ARTICLES

MARK S. SMITH – Gender inversion in the ancient poetry of heroic pairs

CHRISTOPHE LEMARDELÉ – Les légendes fabriquées de David : variantes textuelles et tensions littéraires en 1 Samuel 16-18

ANNE DEBROSSE – Cingler vers Mitylène : comment Lesbos devint la patrie des poétesses grecques

ITAMAR TAXEL – The Byzantine-early Islamic transition on the Palestinian coastal plain: a re-evaluation of the archaeological evidence

ARABIE ANTIQUE : HISTOIRE ET ÉPIGRAPHIE

ALESSIA PRIOLETTA – The town of Ḥalzaw (Ḥlzwm) between Qatabān and Ḥimyar: an essay on political, religious and linguistic history

CHRISTIAN ROBIN, ALESSIA PRIOLETTA – Nouveaux arguments en faveur d’une identification de la cité de Gerrha avec le royaume de Hagar (Arabie orientale)

FRANÇOIS BRON – Nouvelles inscriptions sudarabiques. 2

HANI HAYAJNEH – Weitere beschriftete altsiidarabische Stelen aus dem Nachlass Maḥmūd al-Ghūl

HANI HAYAJNEH – The Ancient North Arabian inscriptions from Khirbet Rizqeh, Jordan

IBRAHIM S. SADAQAH – New North Arabian "Ḥismaic" Thamudic inscriptions from Badiyah al-Garah

in Ma ̔an, Southern Jordan. 1

MAKTAR : RECHERCHES SUR LES INSCRIPTIONS NÉOPUNIQUES TROUVÉES LORS DES FOUILLES FRANCO-TUNISIENNES (ACTES DE LA JOURNÉE DU 1er JUIN 2012)

FRANÇOISE BRIQUEL CHATONNET – Introduction

MHAMED FANTAR – De la culture néopunique à Maktar

FRANÇOIS BRON – Le « dossier Maktar » dans les archives de M. Sznycer

HÉLÈNE BÉNICHOU-SAFAR – Iconographie des stèles néopuniques de Maktar

AHMED FERJAOUI – L’assemblée des citoyens dans les cités africaines aux époques punique et numide à travers les inscriptions néopuniques

YANN LE BOHEC – Mactar et la civilisation néo-punique

VARIA

MICHEL MASSON – Perles, coraux et bilitères

ISRAEL FINKELSTEIN – The finds from the Rock-Cut Pool in Jerusalem and the date of the Siloam Tunnel: an alternative interpretation

PIERRE BORDREUIL – Ḥamat la Grande

MARIA GOREA – Stèle funéraire à banquet d’un Palmyrénien vétéran à Potaissa (Dacia superior)

SIAM BHAYRO, PETER E. PORMANN, WILLIAM I. SELLERS – Imaging the Syriac Galen Palimpsest: preliminary analysis and future prospects

JOSEPH MOUKARZEL – L’inscription de Mar Challita-Mouqbes (Liban, 1628) et l’usage du garchouni en épigraphie

COMPTES RENDUS

Interest Classification:
Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies
Ancient history & archaeology: Africa & Asia

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