What's in a name?: terminology related to the work force and job categories in the Ancient Near East

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Published in:Alter Orient und Altes Testament
Other Authors: Garcia-Ventura, Agnès 1977-
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Published: Münster Ugarit-Verlag 2018
In:Alter Orient und Altes Testament
Enclosed titles:Introduction: the work force and job categories in the Ancient Near East  (Agnès Garcia-Ventura)
Labor administration in proto-Elamite Iran  (Jacob L. Dahl, Laura F. Hawkins, Kathryn Kelley)
Age, gender and labor: recording human resources in 3350-2500 BC Mesopotamia  (Vitali Bartash)
The archaic lists of professions and their relevance for the late Uruk period: observations on some officials in their administrative context  (Camille Lecompte)
Female servants of Royal Household (ars-tu munus)  (Fumi Karahashi)
Reading history through lexicography: the weavers of Sargonic Adabin in comparative rerspective  (Massimo Maiocchi)
The maškim in Ur III legal documents  (Laura Culbertson)
kīma napišti măti eqlumma ul tīde? Field Work in Old Babylonian Sippar  (Katrien de Graef)
The gold- and silversmith in the Middle Assyrian documents  (Jaume Llop)
Middle Babylonian terminology related to workforce  (Daniel Justel)
On the terminology of some (job) titles in Hittite texts  (Matteo Vigo)
The role of the "overseer" as the -person responsible for the labour force in the hurrian milieu  (Josué J. Justel)
Aspects of job categories and household workforce management in Nuzi documentation  (Philippe Abrahami, Brigitte Lion)
Terminology related to work force and job categories in Ugarit  (Juan-Pablo Vita)
Craftsmen in the Neo-Assyrian Empire  (Melanie Gross)
Travel and displacement as part of the job: the case of the Neo-Assyrian ummânus ; The organization of building works in Neo-Babylonian  (Stefan Zawadzki)
Dependent Labor and status in the Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods  (Kristin Kleber)
Dependent labor and status in the Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods  (Mark Tamerus.)
Series/Journal:Alter Orient und Altes Testament Band 440
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Ancient Orient / Profession / Terminology
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Middle East Terms and phrases
B Civilization, Ancient Terms and phrases
B Occupations Terminology History
B Civilization, Ancient Social aspects
B Middle East History
B Middle East Social life and customs
B Civilization, Ancient History
Item Description:Auf Einband, edited by Agnès Garcia-Ventura