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Jan TAVERNIER. — This article discusses the history of Elamite studies at the University of Louvain. Within the research domain of Belgian Oriental Studies, the field of Elamite studies is the youngest one, as it only came into existence in 1976…
 
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Hendrik HAMEEUW, Jan TAVERNIER. — This article is a description of a digitalisation project (November 2013) of various ancient objects belonging to the collection of Musée L (Louvain-la-Neuve). Amongst the objects are cuneiform tablets dating from the Ur III period (c. 2100-2000 BCE)…
 
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Les Hittites dans les sources mésopotamiennes
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The article focuses on the Mesopotamian image of the Hittites from the Old Assyrian to the Neo-Assyrian period. The source material is studied and a history of contacts between the Anatolians/Hittites and the Mesopotamians is reconstructed. Special attention is given to the expedition of Mursili I against Babylonia and to the contacts between the Neo-Assyrian kings and the Neo-Hittite states in southeastern Anatolia.
 
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Two toponyms with abrupt spellings in Middle Elamite inscriptions
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by Jan TAVERNIER. — L’article fait une étude de deux toponymes attestés dans des inscriptions du roi médio-élamite Šilhak-Inšušinak I. Les deux toponymes contiennent une orthographie…
 
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Le vieux-perse
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The article focuses on the Old Persian language, one of the two major Old Iranian languages. It is specifically known by the royal inscriptions of the Achaemenids, a dynasty that founded an Empire controlling all of the Ancient Near East (including Egypt) between c. 550-330 BC. Next to a discussion of the grammar of this language, the article also studies some text examples.
 
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Migration des savoirs entre l’Elam et la Mésopotamie
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This article focuses on the transfer of knowledge and wisdom between Mesopotamia and Elam…
 

 

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Élamite. Analyse grammaticale et lecture de textes
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Elamite, a limited text-corpus language, was spoken in southwest Iran at least from c. 2350 till the fourth century BC. In this article a general overview of the Elamite grammar (writing system, phonology, morphology, and syntax) is presented. Following this presentation some texts will be discussed.
 

 

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