Semitica was founded in 1948 by the Institute of Semitic Studies, now at the College of France. Semitica covers all branches of Semitic studies: linguistics, philology, history, archaeology, epigraphy, and all areas of the Semitic world, ancient and modern, as well as related fields.

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Articles récents

Semitica 61

Semitica 61, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2019. 458 p.

  • Michaël Guichard. De Larsa à Mari (I) : nouvelles incantations paléo-babyloniennes. p. 5
  • William M. Schniedewind. The Gezer Calendar as an Adaptation of the Mesopotamian Lexical Tradition (Ura 1). p. 15
  • Michael Langlois. The Kings, the City and the House of David on the Mesha Stele in Light of New Imaging Techniques. p. 23
  • Anat Mendel-Geberovich & Mitka R. Golub. The Tel ʿEton Bulla: A Revised Reading and Some Onomastic Remarks. p. 49
  • Nadav Naʾaman. The Isaac Story (Genesis 26) and the Land of Gerar. p. 59
  • Jaeyoung Jeon. Egyptian Iconography and the Battle with Amalek (Exodus 17:8-16) Revisited. p. 89
  • François Bron. La collection d’antiquités sudarabiques de François Antonovich. p. 117
  • Laurent Capron. Deux fragments d’épîtres pauliniennes (1 Thess. et 1 Cor.) en araméen christopalestinien. p. 127
  • Gaby Abousamra. An Incantation Bowl from the Matenadaran. p. 139
  • Giancarlo Toloni. « Babel und Bibel ». The Scientific Work of Luigi Cagni. p. 147
  • Valérie Matoïan. Ougarit, depuis déjà 90 ans. p. 159
  • Michel al-Maqdissi. Les fouilles de Ras Shamra-Ougarit dans le contexte de la « question archéologique syrienne » durant la première décennie du mandat français (1919-1929). p. 163
  • Aurélie Carbillet & Valérie Matoïan. Les pointes de « flèches à percussion » d’Ougarit. p. 185
  • Valérie Matoïan & Bernard Geyer. La coupe RS 26.318 et la vaisselle en serpentinite d’Ougarit. p. 215
  • Corinne Lanoir. Quand les femmes apparaissent sur des ânes ; de quelques ambassades féminines à Ougarit et dans la Bible hébraïque. p. 235
  • Nicolas Jacob-Rousseau & Bernard Geyer. Habitat, bâti et aménagements ruraux dans la plaine de Ras Shamra au début du XXe siècle. p. 265
  • Papers delivered at the workshop “Memory as Capital in Iron Age Levant and Beyond” held in Paris, 23–24 February 2018
  • Sarah Lange-Weber. Shaping the Collective Memory at (Collective?) Grave Sites: The Representation of Death as a Tool for Creating Shared Memories in the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Northern Levant. p. 295
  • Laura Battini. Consented Violence in the Collective Memory: the Lachish Case from Epigraphic and Iconographic Data. p. 337
  • Matthieu Richelle. Cultural Memory from Israel to Judah. p. 373
  • Virginia R. Herrmann. The Reuse of Orthostats and Manipulation of Memory in the Iron Age Syro-Hittite Kingdoms. p. 399
  • Tatiana Pedrazzi. The Construction of a New Collective Memory in Phoenicia as a Response to Achaemenid Power. Material Culture as an “Objectified Cultural Capital”. p. 441
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