Palace and Temple In the Late Bronze Age of the Ancient Near East
Friday, 6th April 2012
Laurel Bestock, Brown University
The Administration of Royal Egyptian Temples: Is an Assumption of Continuity Reasonable?
Gary Beckman, University of Michigan
Corruption in the Hittite Bureaucracy
Saturday, 7th April 2012
Jacob Lauinger, Johns Hopkins University
Approaching Palace–Temple Interaction at Alalaḫ under Mittanian Hegemony: Opportunities and Obstacles
Adam Maskevich, Johns Hopkins University
In the Shadow of Empire: Archaeological Evidence of Mitanni Public Institutions at Umm el-Marra
Peter Machinist, Harvard University
Daniel Fleming, New York University
Did the Hittite Empire Strip Emar of Its Monarchy?
Kevin McGeough, University of Lethbridge
"Into my house I bid you, I beckon you into my palace": Temple, Palace, and Person in Late Bronze Age Ugarit
Anne Löhnert, Harvard University
The Royal Care for the Temple Cult in the Kingdom of Arraphe
Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Freie Universität Berlin
Palatially Centered Economies in Late Bronze Age Assyria
Jonathan S. Tenney, Cornell University
A Tangential View of Palace and Temple in Kassite Babylonia
Eva von Dassow, University of Minnesota
This symposium is made possible by the generous support of the Volkswagen Foundation.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Anne Löhnert, email@example.com.
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