Étiqueté : Ancient Near East

Light and colour in a Mesopotamian temple (Tell Uqair, LC5)

A conference on the reconstruction of ancient polychromy held in Bordeaux in 2017, organised by M. Mulliez (archaeologist, conservator and specialist in Roman frescoes) and Archéovision “Reconstruction of Polychromy // Restituer les couleurs” (Mulliez 2019), was...

Evosheep – Cuneiform Data on Sheep Husbandry in Mesopotamia from the third millennium BC to the second millennium BC.

EvoSheep is a multidisciplinary project on the origins and evolution of sheep breeds, involving archaeozoologists, epigraphists, bio-statisticians, and geneticists (Vila et al. 2021). The research focuses on the region of sheep domestication in Southwest Asia, specifically...

Textile, Fashion, and Gender Semiotic Studies in the Ancient Near East (1/2)

These two blogs, which will appear successively, report the preliminary results of three conferences I participated within the framework of “gender studies.” Kouzehgari, Z. 2022, “Textile as Social Status Marker: Textile and Collective and Individual Fashion...

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