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La pierre comme porteur de messages du chantier de construction et de la vie du bâtiment

Actes du XXIe Colloque International de Glyptographie (details)

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Dater les édifices du Moyen Âge par la pierre taillée

by Frans Doperé. — Book in French The study of the stone cutting techniques is used as a method to follow the progression of a medieval building site and to establish the relative chronology of the different parts of it (See Details)

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De la mère du roi à l’épouse du dieuVon der Königsmutter zur Gottesgemahlin

Herausgegeben von Benoît Lurson. — In diesem Band werden die Ergebnisse der fünf Ausgrabungskampagnen des Tempels von Tuja vorgestellt, eines von Ramses II. gebauten Denkmals, das nördlich an das Ramesseum angrenzt und seiner Mutter gewidmet war. Die Ergebnisse schließen auch die Arbeiten an der Nekropole, die sich in diesem Tempel während der Dritten Zwischenzeit entwickelt hat, und insbesondere am Grab der Gottesgemahlin Karomama ein… (Details)

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Le texte médical du Papyrus Ebers

by Dr Bernard Lalanne and Gérard Métra . — Book in French. The Ebers Papyrus, the most comprehensive medical document of Ancient Egypt, is now published in full for the first time and shows the hieroglyphic transcription of each plate with its transliteration and translation… (Details)

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Manuel de critique textuelle du Nouveau Testament

Chr.-B. Amphoux (dir.). — Book in French.


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Res Antiquae I (2004)

Volume I

Res Antiquae  (RANT) is a journal dedicated to antiquity. It deals with the antique civilizations that developped around the Mediterranean Sea and its aim is to establish links between the various disciplines that are too often separated.

ISSN 1781-1317

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Gérard LAMBIN. — Plotinus did not believe, he knew (or thought he knew). He knew that if “divine things” are limited to the three hypostases (the One, the Intellect, the Soul), the divine is no less everywhere, and that he is pure intellection…
 
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Valentina LIMINA. — The paper proposes a political interpretation of the reliefs depicting the sieges of Troy and Thebes on a group of eight funerary urns produced in Volterra in the first quarter of the 1st century BC…
 
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La figure du héros dans le monde anatolien antique
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In this contribution, the reader finds a short analysis of the Hittite-Luwian conception of the hastali- “the Hero”, an official title dedicated to the Hittite kings during the Hittite Empire.
 
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L’apport hourrite dans l’élaboration de la culture hittite du XIIIe siècle av. J.-C.
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In the first part of this contribution the reader finds an historical aspect relating to the great moments of the Hurrian civilization . An information is added about the progress of the decipherment of the Hurrian language. The second part deals with the influence of the Hurrians during the 13st century B.C. especially over the Hittite language and the official religion of the Hittite Empire.
 
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Palaïte Ha-ap-na-aš (Hapnaš) : un vestige eurasiatique en anatolien ?
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Our approach starts from Palaite ḫaapnaš (=Hittite ḫapaš) “river” and is based on a linguistic Eurasiatic survey originating in J. Greenberg. He posits that *no (*nV) is a marker establishing the membership of the macrofamily and that ḫapaš stems from a term applying to water. To justify these developments, our study focuses on a pre-celtic term onno “river” analyzed as *(H)on-spring + *nV in order to try to show that a structure *dh-(h)on-, with the *dh- prefix, after a linguistic break, went into the making of an Indo-European root (“to flow”). The pair ḫaapnaš/ ḫapaš is then considered within the complex history of the Anatolian genitive, at this stage of our approach we resort to a former membership case reshaped in various ways into the nominative when some verb forms, coming after Eurasiatic verbo-nominals, appeared in Indo-European. The analysis of Eurasiatic and Indo-European is completed with a comparative discussion of Lithuanian upė “river”.
 
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La reprise décalée, un procédé de renouvellement formulaire dans la poésie lyrique et épique grecque. Sur les composés gr. πολυδηνης / skr. púrudaṃsas-, gr. *μελιFεπης / skr. mádhuvacas-
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The stylistic figure which consists in replacing one element of a traditional syntagm or compound by an equivalent and taking over the cancelled element in another place with a different syntactic function was frequently used in epic and lyric Greek poetry and appears to be a traditional mean of formulaic renewing. According to this principle, one can identify old traditional formulae or compounds ‘hidden’ in the Homeric text (such as poludhvnh", which is known only through Hesychius, but has a perfect match in Sanskrit). This poetic device also enables us to reconstruct an inherited compound *meliÛephv" ‘with honey words’, corresponding to ved. mádhuvacas-, never attested in Greek poetry because of its metrical shape, but which was clearly known to Homer and Hesiod.
 
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À propos de quelques répétitions non formulaires dans l’Iliade
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We have already published several articles on Homeric formulas. But what we will analyze here are some repetitions of another nature, whether non formulaic or formulaic (which can then come from a very archaic state of the Epic text, possibily Mycenaean or Indo-European). The comparison between a warrior in tears and a mountain waterfall (Books 9 and 16), the theme of Achilles’ spear, the words used to describe Patroklos’ and Hector’s deaths, and the metaphor of the iron-heart applied to Achilles by Hector and to Priam by Achilles might support the hypothesis of a great-scale composition of the Iliad with a particular place given to the Patrocleia (Book 16).
 
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Historique et problématiques des fouilles du temple de Touy
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by Benoît LURSON. — The author recounts the descriptions, excavations and studies of the Temple of Tuya. Since 2014, the work entered a second phase, with the study of the necropolis that developed in the temple during the Third Intermediate Period. This part of the work allowed for the rediscovery of the tomb of the divine adoratrice Karomama (22nd Dynasty)…
 
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Entre fouilles et remplois ptolémaïques. Architecture et décoration du temple de Touy
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by Benoît LURSON. — In this contribution, the author presents a study of the architecture and decoration of the Temple of Tuya…
 
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Rapport sur la fouille de la tombe à puits PF1103
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by Benoît LURSON. — The early dating of the burial leads us to reconsider the history of the necropolis and the latest phases of the history of the temple…
 
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Histoire d’une métamorphose. Le temple de Touy de Ramsès II à Ptolémée IX
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by Benoît LURSON. — The author recounts the descriptions, excavations and studies of the Temple of Tuya. Since 2014, the work entered a second phase, with the study of the necropolis that developed in the temple during the Third Intermediate Period. This part of the work allowed for the rediscovery of the tomb of the divine adoratrice Karomama (22nd Dynasty)…
 
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De quelques dieux hittites liés à la ruralité
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R. LEBRUN, « De quelques dieux hittites liés à la ruralité », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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Ne fame urgeret Italiam. Riflessioni storico-giuridiche sulla costituzione della provincia romana d’Egitto
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R. LATTERINI, « Ne fame urgeret Italiam. Riflessioni storico-giuridiche sulla costituzione della provincia romana d’Egitto », Res Antiquae 11, Brussels, 2014, p. 145-166.
 
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Deux fragments hittites tardifs et leur intérêt
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R. LEBRUN, « Deux fragments hittites tardifs et leur intérêt », Res Antiquae 11, Brussels, 2014, p. 167-174.
 
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L’univers sonore dans les Tables Eugubines
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J.-CL. LACAM, « L’univers sonore dans les Tables Eugubines », Res Antiquae 12, Brussels, 2015.
 
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Panthéons locaux et panthéon d’État dans l’Anatolie hittite
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R. LEBRUN, « Panthéons locaux et panthéon d’État dans l’Anatolie hittite », Res Antiquae 12, Brussels, 2015.
 
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Autour de Pinara
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R. LEBRUN et É. VAN QUICKELBERGHE, « Autour de Pinara », Res Antiquae 12, Brussels, 2015.
 
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Insécurité et rébellion en Pisidie. Le témoignage de deux nouvelles fortifications
Guy LABARRE, Mehmet ÖZSAIT, Ilhan GÜCEREN. — Two new fortifications of the Roman period, founded in Pisidia to the south of the Eğirdir’s lake, are analysed in this article in relation with the insecurity and the banditry. They give evidence of two opposed forms of relations between space and power. The fortified place of Yuvalı protected the southern part of the territory of Tymbriada, the cultivated soil and a secondary road. The wall of fortification founded…
 
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"De morte in Anatolia antiqua" (I)
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by René LEBRUN, Étienne VAN QUICKELBERGHE. — In this short contribution the lector will find an approach of the Hittite terminology and…
 
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Rituale Hethaeorum
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by René LEBRUN. — In this article, the lector finds a short study of fragments dating from the final period of the Hittite Empire (end of the 13th century B.C.)…
 
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by René LEBRUN. — Le présent volume est particulièrement symbolique car il constitue le quinzième numéro de cette revue nouvelle et annuelle consacrée à l’étude des documents nouveaux et des progrès qui y sont liés, au niveau de notre connaissance de l’Antiquité et, dès lors, d’une approche plus objective de ce qui constitue l’humanité et le monde…
 
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by René LEBRUN. — In this contribution, the reader will find the fundamental place occupied by women in the exercise of worship in ancient Anatolia…
 
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Remarques annexes concernant l’accusatif en hittite dans le cadre des langues indo-européennes
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The reader finds in this contribution many remarks relating to the use of the accusativ in Hittite with connexions to other old Indo-european languages, such as Greek, Latin or Sanskrit.
 
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Le parti pris des vases. Étude eugubine (IIIe-IIe s. av. J.-C.)
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In the Tables of Gubbio, a very important place is given to the dishes, which obviously play the role of receptacle for products involved in the sacrifice, but also have a specific religious role. This study attempts to define the nature and function of each of the mentioned containers and their ritual use. They have not only to supply the cooking of the sacrifice with a whole set of varied dishes or pans, but also to present offerings to the gods in suited plates or cups. Moreover, the containers go with the gesture, support the prayer. By the play of their colours, they even express the ambiguity of particular contradictory gods and, more widely, reflects a universe made of opposites which the rite has to reconcile.
 
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Propos sur la naissance de la notion de sphère dans l’Antiquité
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the Greek notion of sphere is part of a process of continuity / rupture which goes back to Sumer. There, the cosmos becomes in astronomy the celestial sphere, known under two aspects: that of the theory where, although absent from the lexicon, we can deduce from two tangent circles which wrap it; and that of the practice where is used the hemispherical sundial, named scaphe by the Greeks; at the same time, the "totality" is, on the clay tablet, a perfect disk / ring. In Greece, the mathematical sphere, which assumes a perfect shape and acquires for the human thought a remarkable efficiency, also ensues from the vision of a cosmos influenced by Mesopotamia and feeds, in the diverse stages of its elaboration, contributions of the Babylonian astronomy.
 
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Le sidétique et le pisidien
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This contribution offers a short presentation of the Pisidian and the Sidetic languages who, such as the Lycian, are direct heiresses to the Luwian language. Yet, the documentation relating to Pisidian and Sidetic remains scarce. At the end of the article the reader finds a comparative board between the Luwian (cuneiform and hieroglyphic) and the Lycian languages.
 
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Charleroi, forteresse oubliée
M. DOSOGNE, A. LECOMTE. — Het beeld dat velen van Charleroi hebben is dat van een industriële metropool die in de 19de eeuw floreerde. De ongewone geschiedenis van de stad begint echter in 1666, wanneer de regering van de Spaanse Nederlanden beslist om ‘ex nihilo’ een fort op te trekken aan de Samber…
 
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Vivre et mourir à l’âge du Bronze en Hainaut
W. LECLERCQ. — Talrijke depots van bronzen voorwerpen, zoals die van de ‘Trou des Nutons’ in Presles (B., Henegouwen), bewijzen dat er in de Bronstijd contacten en uitwisselingen waren (dichtbij maar ook verder weg)…
 
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L’apport des Hourrites dans les migrations du savoir en Anatolie à l’âge du Bronze
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In this contribution we find an approach of the problematic relating to the Hurrian influence on the Hittite Civilization during the Bronze Age.The Hurrian science and literature comes from the Sumerian country until Kizzuwatna (Cilicia) via Syria (Alep). During the 13th century B.C. the Hurrian rituals, the religious conceptions and the cultural influence arrived mightily in Hattusa, namely during the reign of Great King Hattusili III and Queen Puduhépa with aid of kizzuwatnean scribes such as the Great Sribe Walwaziti.
 
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Les échanges de motifs littéraires entre chrétiens et musulmans à l’époque ottomane : le cas de la tradition orale des âşık
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The analysis of the Turkish popular literature, which was told and sung by the âşık, the story-tellers who used to recite their folk stories in the remote villages of Anatoly, shows that though these folk stories are original, some of their episodes go back to former traditions, like the Armenian legends and the Byzantine epos. In the same time, the religious and/or ethnic minorities of the Ottoman Anatolia – Greek, Armenian and Georgian Christians, but also Jews and Shiite Muslims – developed various attitudes toward these Anatolian folk stories. In some cases, they adopted it as they were told and they introduced them in their own repertory. In other cases, they adapted, partially or totally, these folk stories, making their heroes Christians or Shiites, changing their names and their places of birth. All these attitudes show the extreme vitality of the oral tradition in Anatolia.
 
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