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Aramaic Graffiti from Hatra: A Study Based on the Archive of the Missione Archeologica Italiana [Hardback]

  • Formāts: Hardback, 234 pages, height x width: 235x155 mm, weight: 527 g
  • Sērija : Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 99
  • Izdošanas datums: 09-May-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Brill
  • ISBN-10: 9004397639
  • ISBN-13: 9789004397637
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 234 pages, height x width: 235x155 mm, weight: 527 g
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  • ISBN-10: 9004397639
  • ISBN-13: 9789004397637
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Graffiti are an often neglected but crucial witness to everyday life of ancient civilizations. The Aramaic graffiti from Hatra (North Iraq) can make an invaluable contribution in this sense, distributed as they were in various buildings throughout this city which flourished between the 1st and the 3rd century AD. Thanks to an effective interaction between epigraphy and archaeology, Marco Moriggi and Ilaria Bucci offer a thorough analysis of the Aramaic graffiti from Hatra as documented by the Archive of the Missione Archeologica Italiana (Turin). In addition to the edition of 48 published and 37 unpublished graffiti, this study further includes the concordances of numbers of all Hatran texts published so far and full archaeological information about the graffiti.
Preface ix
Authorial Note xii
Photographs and Facsimiles (List and Credits) xiii
List of Plates
xvi
Abbreviations xvii
1 Introduction
1(11)
1.1 Preliminary Remarks
1(2)
1.2 The Numeration of Hatran Aramaic Texts
3(3)
1.3 The Graffiti and Dipinti in the Present Volume: an Overview
6(3)
1.4 Remarks on Terminology
9(3)
2 Archives and Contexts
12(33)
2.1 Introduction
12(5)
2.2 The Archive of the Missione Archeologica Italiana a Hatra
17(4)
2.3 Hatran Graffiti in Context
21(22)
2.4 Concluding Remarks
43(2)
3 Texts in the Archaeological Record
45(96)
3.1 Introductory Remarks
45(2)
3.2 Published Texts
47(51)
H 444
47(2)
H 447
49(2)
H 1029
51(2)
H 1034
53(2)
H 1035a--e
55(6)
H 1036a--c
61(4)
H 1055a--g
65(2)
H 1057
67(1)
H 1058
68(2)
H 1059
70(1)
H 1060
71(1)
H 1061
72(1)
H 1062
73(1)
H 1063
74(1)
H 1064
75(1)
H 1065
76(1)
H 1066
77(1)
H 1067
78(1)
H 1068
79(1)
H 1069
80(1)
H 1070
81(1)
H 1073
82(1)
H 1074
83(2)
H 1075
85(1)
H 1076
86(1)
H 1077
87(1)
H 1078
88(1)
H 1075
89(1)
H 1080
90(1)
H 1081
91(1)
H 1082
92(1)
H 1083
93(1)
H 1084
94(1)
H 1085
95(1)
H 1086
96(1)
H 1087
97(1)
3.3 Unpublished Texts
98(43)
H 1088
98(1)
H 1089
99(2)
H 1090
101(2)
H 1091
103(1)
H 1092
104(1)
H 1093
105(1)
H 1094
106(1)
H 1095
107(1)
H 1096
108(1)
H 1097
109(1)
H 1098
110(1)
H 1099
111(1)
H 1100
112(1)
H 1101
113(1)
H 1102
114(1)
H 1103
115(1)
H 1104
116(2)
H 1105
118(1)
H 1106
119(1)
H 1107
120(1)
H 1108
121(1)
H 1109
122(1)
H 1110
123(1)
H 1111
124(1)
H 1112
125(1)
H 1113
126(2)
H 1114
128(1)
H 1115
129(1)
H 1116
130(1)
H 1117
131(2)
H 1118
133(1)
H 1119
134(1)
H 1120
135(1)
H 1121
136(1)
H 1122
137(1)
H 1123
138(2)
H 1124
140(1)
Appendix 1 The Adiabene as Culture Background to the Language and Script of Hatra 141(8)
Fabrizio A. Pennacchietti
Appendix 2 A Brief Outline of the Activities of the Missione Archeologica Italiana a Hatra (1986--2017) 149(4)
Roberta Venco Ricciardi
Glossary 153(3)
Concordances of Texts 156(38)
Concordances of Lines 194(13)
Bibliography 207(12)
General Index 219(1)
Index of Proper Names 220(1)
Index of Divine Names 221(1)
Table 1 Topographical Distribution of the Graffiti 222(4)
Plates 226
Marco Moriggi, Ph.D. (2003) Semitic Linguistics (Firenze), is Associate Professor in Semitic Philology at the Universita di Catania. He has published on various Aramaic varieties, including Syriac. He is a former member of the Missione Archeologica Italiana a Hatra. Ilaria Bucci is a PhD student in Archaeology at Birkbeck, University of London. She has contributed to several publications on Parthian Iraq and Iran. She is a member of the Missione Archeologica Italiana a Hatra.