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Iraq excavations of the Oriental Institute, 1932/33

Henri Frankfort

Iraq excavations of the Oriental Institute, 1932/33

third preliminary report of the Iraq Expedition.

by Henri Frankfort

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Published by Univ. of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iraq
    • Subjects:
    • University of Chicago. Oriental Institute. Iraq Expedition, 1930-1937.,
    • Iraq -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      SeriesChicago. University. Oriental Institute. Oriental Institute communications,, no. 17
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPJ2 .C5 no. 17
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 92 p.
      Number of Pages92
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6027561M
      LC Control Number48002233
      OCLC/WorldCa1187125

      ACCORDING to a statement issued by Prof. J. H. Breasted and circulated by Science Service (Washington), after a visit to the various excavations in . He received a Ph.D. from the University of Leiden in Two years later, he was invited to become field director of the Iraq excavations for the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. From , he taught at the Warburg Institute at the University of London and held the chair of Research Professor of Oriental Archaeology at Chicago.

      Dur-Šarukin ("Sargonova trdnjava", arabsko دور شروكين}}), današnji Khorsabad, je bil asirsko glavno mesto v času Sargona II. bad je naselje v severnem Iraku, 15 km severovzhodno od Mosula, kjer še danes živijo mesto je bilo v celoti zgrajeno v desetletju pred pred našim štetjem. Po nepričakovani smrti Sargona v bitki, je bilo glavno . Adams was the Annual Professor for , and then Resident Director of the Baghdad School in , when he used the Oriental Institute's house at Nippur as a base for his survey of the area, as well as excavations at Tell Abu Sarifa, a project that aimed to disentangle Sassanian and early Islamic ceramic chronology.

      Arheologija. Ostanki starodavnega mesta so zdaj pokopani v gomili Tell Asmar, 38 km severovzhodno od šče so v letih šest sezon odkopavali arheologi Oriental Institute Univerze v Chicagu pod vodstvom Henrija Frankforta in sodelovanju Thorkilda Jacobsena in Setona Lloyda.   This trip shaped the work of the Oriental Institute for decades and would change how the ancient Middle East is studied and understood. Breasted brought thousands of artifacts to Chicago. One of his favorites: a foot-long scroll containing the ancient collection of magical spells called the Book of the Dead, recently displayed in its full.


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Iraq excavations of the Oriental Institute, /33; third preliminary report of the Iraq Expedition. During the season of /33, the work of the Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute reached the full scope anticipated for it under its present organization.

On the three main sites—Tell Asmar, Khafaje, and Khorsabad—excavations were begun simultaneously in the middle of November and continued until the middle of March, when dust storms.

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Chicago (IL): University of Chicago Press. Oriental Institute Communications This book examines the sculptures created during the Early Dynastic period (– BC) of Sumer, a region corresponding to present-day southern Iraq. Featured almost exclusively in temple complexes, some Early Dynastic stone statues of human figures carved in an abstract style have survived.

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Archaeological Site Photographs: Mesopotamia: Nippur The Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. In the desert a hundred miles south of Baghdad in Iraq lies a great mound of man-made debris sixty feet high and almost a mile.

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Dur-Sharrukin ("Fortress of Sargon"; Arabic: دور شروكين ‎, Syriac: ܕܘܪ ܫܪܘ ܘܟܢ), present day Khorsabad, was the Assyrian capital in the time of Sargon II of bad is a village in northern Iraq, 15 km northeast of great city was entirely built in the decade preceding BC.

After the unexpected death of Sargon in battle, the capital was shifted 20 km. Articles on Nimrud (Kalhu/Calah) from the British Institute for the Study of Iraq's journal Iraq (ordered alphabetically by author) Albenda, P. "Assyrian Sacred Trees in the Brooklyn Museum." Iraq 56 (): – doi: / Iraq Excavations of the Oriental Institute / Third Preliminary Report of the Iraq Expedition, Henri Frankfort, ; [3] Gordon Loud, Khorsabad, Part 1: Excavations in the Palace and at a City Gate, Oriental Institute Publicati University of Chicago Press, ; [4] Gordon Loud and Charles B.

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Kertai and P. Miglus (eds.) New Research on Late Assyrian Palaces. Conference at Heidelberg January 22nd,5– Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Orient Heidelberg: Heidelberger Orientverlag. Large-scale archaeological survey techniques introduced by the Oriental Institute in the ’s managed to reconstruct the ancient built environment and changing patterns of settlement at specific sites and entire regions stretching over hundreds and thousands of years.

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