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The Resource Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean : from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry, edited by Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel

Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean : from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry, edited by Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel

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Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean : from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry
Title
Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean
Title remainder
from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel
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eng
Summary
The history of the Ancient Near East covers a huge chronological frame, from the first pictographic texts of the late 4th millennium to the conquest of Alexander the Great in 333 BC. During these millennia, different societies developed in a changing landscape where sheep (and their wool) always played an important economic role. The 22 papers presented here explore the place of wool in the ancient economy of the region, where large-scale textile production began during the second half of the 3rd millennium. By placing emphasis on the development of multi-disciplinary methodologies, experiment
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DLC
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338.4/76770956
Index
no index present
LC call number
TS1413.5
Literary form
non fiction
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2012
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European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Breniquet, C.
  • Michel, Cécile
Series statement
Ancient textiles series
Series volume
vol. 17
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  • Textile industry
  • Textile fabrics, Ancient
  • Wool
  • Wool industry
  • Middle East
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • HISTORY
  • Antiquities
  • Textile fabrics, Ancient
  • Textile industry
  • Wool
  • Wool industry
  • Middle East
Label
Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean : from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry, edited by Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel
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"The present volume gathers together the contributions presented at the European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry, which took place in Nanterre, November 7-10, 2012"--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean; Chapter 1: Bronze and Iron Age Wools in Europe; Chapter 2: The Expansion of Sheep Herding and the Development of Wool Productionin the Ancient Near East: An Archaeozoological and Iconographical Approach; Chapter 3: Sheep, Wool and Textile Production. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Complexity of Wool Working; Chapter 4: The Archaeology of Wool in Early Mesopotamia: Sources, Methods, Perspectives
  • Chapter 5: Lambs of the Gods. The Beginnings of the Wool Economy in Proto-Cuneiform TextsChapter 6: The Value of Wool in Early Bronze Age Mesopotamia. On the Control of Sheep and the Handling of Wool in the Presargonic to the Ur III Periods (c. 2400-2000 BC); Chapter 7: Wool in the Economy of Sargonic Mesopotamia; Chapter 8: From Weighing Wool to Weaving Tools. Textile Manufacture at Ebla during the Early Syrian Period in the Light of Archaeological Evidence; Chapter 9: Some Aspects of the Wool Economy at Ebla (Syria, 24th Century BC)
  • Chapter 10: Making Textiles at Arslantepe, Turkey, in the 4th and 3rd Millennia BC. Archaeological Data and Experimental ArchaeologyChapter 11: Wool Economy in the Royal Archive of Mari during the Šakkanakku Period; Chapter 12: All Wool and a Yard Wide. Wool Production and Trade in Old Babylonian Sippar; Chapter 13: Wool Trade in Upper Mesopotamia and Syria According to Old Babylonian and Old Assyrian Texts; Chapter 14: Wool in Anatolia in the Old Assyrian Period; Chapter 15: Wool Economy in Minoan Crete before Linear B.A Minimalist Position ; Chapter 16: Wool in the Nuzi Texts
  • Chapter 17: Wool Production and Economy at UgaritChapter 18: Sheep Rearing, Wool Production and Management in Mycenaean Written Documents; Chapter 19: Mycenaean Wool Economies in the Latter Part of the 2nd Millennium BC Aegean; Chapter 20: Wool, Hair and Textiles in Assyria; Chapter 21: "If you have sheep, you have all you need". Sheep Husbandry and Wool in the Economy of the Neo-Babylonian Ebabbar Temple at Sippar; Chapter 22: Fabrics and Clothes from Mesopotamia during the Achaemenid and Seleucid Periods: The Textual References
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892055990
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1 online resource
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online
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9781782976318
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2014039194
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22573/ctvgz89q5
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remote
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(OCoLC)892055990
Label
Wool economy in the ancient Near East and the Aegean : from the beginnings of sheep husbandry to institutional textile industry, edited by Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel
Publication
Note
"The present volume gathers together the contributions presented at the European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry, which took place in Nanterre, November 7-10, 2012"--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean; Chapter 1: Bronze and Iron Age Wools in Europe; Chapter 2: The Expansion of Sheep Herding and the Development of Wool Productionin the Ancient Near East: An Archaeozoological and Iconographical Approach; Chapter 3: Sheep, Wool and Textile Production. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Complexity of Wool Working; Chapter 4: The Archaeology of Wool in Early Mesopotamia: Sources, Methods, Perspectives
  • Chapter 5: Lambs of the Gods. The Beginnings of the Wool Economy in Proto-Cuneiform TextsChapter 6: The Value of Wool in Early Bronze Age Mesopotamia. On the Control of Sheep and the Handling of Wool in the Presargonic to the Ur III Periods (c. 2400-2000 BC); Chapter 7: Wool in the Economy of Sargonic Mesopotamia; Chapter 8: From Weighing Wool to Weaving Tools. Textile Manufacture at Ebla during the Early Syrian Period in the Light of Archaeological Evidence; Chapter 9: Some Aspects of the Wool Economy at Ebla (Syria, 24th Century BC)
  • Chapter 10: Making Textiles at Arslantepe, Turkey, in the 4th and 3rd Millennia BC. Archaeological Data and Experimental ArchaeologyChapter 11: Wool Economy in the Royal Archive of Mari during the Šakkanakku Period; Chapter 12: All Wool and a Yard Wide. Wool Production and Trade in Old Babylonian Sippar; Chapter 13: Wool Trade in Upper Mesopotamia and Syria According to Old Babylonian and Old Assyrian Texts; Chapter 14: Wool in Anatolia in the Old Assyrian Period; Chapter 15: Wool Economy in Minoan Crete before Linear B.A Minimalist Position ; Chapter 16: Wool in the Nuzi Texts
  • Chapter 17: Wool Production and Economy at UgaritChapter 18: Sheep Rearing, Wool Production and Management in Mycenaean Written Documents; Chapter 19: Mycenaean Wool Economies in the Latter Part of the 2nd Millennium BC Aegean; Chapter 20: Wool, Hair and Textiles in Assyria; Chapter 21: "If you have sheep, you have all you need". Sheep Husbandry and Wool in the Economy of the Neo-Babylonian Ebabbar Temple at Sippar; Chapter 22: Fabrics and Clothes from Mesopotamia during the Achaemenid and Seleucid Periods: The Textual References
Control code
892055990
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782976318
Lccn
2014039194
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvgz89q5
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)892055990

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