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Persia and Babylonia: Creating a New Context for Understanding the Emergence of the First World Empire

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Publications

“And in the fourth year Egypt rebelled ...” The Chronology of and Sources for Egypt’s Second Revolt (ca. 487–484 BC)

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: Journal of Ancient History, Issue 7/1, 2019, Page(s) 32-61, ISSN 2324-8114
DOI: 10.1515/jah-2018-0023

The Worst Revolt of the Bisitun Crisis: A Chronological Reconstruction of the Egyptian Revolt under Petubastis IV

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: Journal of Near Eastern Studies, Issue 77/2, 2018, Page(s) 157-173, ISSN 0022-2968
DOI: 10.1086/699243

Becoming Empire: Neo-Assyrian palaces and the creation of courtly culture

Author(s): Melanie Groß, David Kertai
Published in: Journal of Ancient History, Issue 7/1, 2019, Page(s) 1-31, ISSN 2324-8114
DOI: 10.1515/jah-2018-0026

Review of Bruno Jacobs / Wouter F. M. Henkelman / Matthew W. Stolper (Hgg.): Die Verwaltung im Achämenidenreich / Administration in the Achaemenid Empire

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: Sehepunkte, Issue 18/7, 2018, ISSN 1618-6168

‘Persianism’: een overbodig -isme? Bespreking van: Persianism in Antiquity, geredigeerd door Rolf Strootman en Miguel John Versluys

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Issue 131/2, 2018, Page(s) 353-355, ISSN 2352-1163

Licht op de Babylonische ballingschap

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Met Andere Woorden, Issue 37/1, 2018, Page(s) 46-55, ISSN 0168-1869

Herodotus, Xerxes en de Babylonische opstanden van 484 v. Chr.

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Phoenix, Issue 63/2, 2017, Page(s) 48-61, ISSN 0031-8329

Review of Beckman, G., The babilili-ritual from Hattusa (CTH 718)

Author(s): Lidewij van de Peut
Published in: Bibliotheca Orientalis, Issue 75/3-4, 2018, ISSN 0006-1913

Collations of CUSAS 28

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: NABU, Issue 3, 2017, Page(s) 154-158, ISSN 0989-5671

Slechte pers: Nadruk op Griekse bronnen vervormde geschiedenis Perzische Rijk

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: Kleio. Tijdschrift van de vereniging van docenten in geschiedenis en staatsinrichting in Nederland, Issue 60, 2019, Page(s) 24-27, ISSN 0165-6449

Craftsmen in the Neo-Assyrian Empire

Author(s): Melanie Groß
Published in: What’s in a Name? Terminology related to the Work Force and Job Categories in the Ancient Near East, 2018, Page(s) 369–395

The Prayer of Nabonidus in the light of Hellenistic Babylonian Literature

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Jewish Cultural Encounters in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern World, 2017, Page(s) 65-74

The network of resistance: archives and political action in Babylonia before 484 BCE

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Xerxes and Babylonia: The Cuneiform Evidence, 2018, Page(s) 89-133

Introduction: Debating Xerxers’ Rule in Babylonia

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Xerxes and Babylonia: The Cuneiform Evidence, 2018, Page(s) 1-18

Een Egyptische mummie in Iran?

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

From Iran with Love

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2019

How Did Ancient Documents Survive the Test of Time?

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

The historical importance of the Bisitun Inscription

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2019

Een film maken over het Perzische Rijk

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

Architecture, Archaeology, and Iraqi Palaces – An Interview with Dr. David Kertai

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

Ode aan de kleine wetenschap

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

De (zogenaamde) eerste mensenrechtenverklaring ter wereld

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

Gamend door het oude Egypte

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

Een web van waarschijnlijkheid

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

Waarom een moordzaak op mijn historische onderzoek lijkt

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2018

Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

Assyriology: an Alice in Wonderland house – An interview with Dr. Seth Richardson

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

Gamen voor de wetenschap

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

Zieke koningen en CSI in de oudheid

Author(s): Uzume Z. Wijnsma
Published in: 2017

3D Scanning a Tablet: The Maštuk Family in Leiden

Author(s): Julia Giessler
Published in: 2018

Great Adventures of a Small Clay Tablet: LB 1326

Author(s): Lidewij van de Peut
Published in: 2018

The de Liagre Böhl Collection

Author(s): Lidewij van de Peut
Published in: 2018

Archives in Context – an outreach initiative of the “Persia & Babylonia” project

Author(s): Melanie Groß
Published in: 2018

Tappašar and the death of her husband

Author(s): Lidewij van de Peut
Published in: 2019

A Pending Silver Payment: The Cuneiform Tablet LB 1709

Author(s): Melanie Groß
Published in: 2018

Getting to know the Babylonians: Tappašar and the death of her husband

Author(s): Lidewij van de Peut
Published in: 2018

Across the Ocean – A trip to the USA in the service of Assyriology

Author(s): Melanie Groß
Published in: 2018

Mesopotamia in Marburg: The 63rd Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale

Author(s): Maarja Seire
Published in: 2017

Social Network Analysis and Cuneiform Archives

Author(s): Maarja Seire
Published in: 2018

The Egibi/Nūr-Sîn archive

Author(s): Maarja Seire
Published in: 2019

An Ancient Near Eastern Scholarly Hub in the Capital of the Alps

Author(s): Evelien Vanderstraeten
Published in: 2018

Metal, Object, Measure and Cash. Silver in First Millennium BCE Babylonia

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2019

The Hunt for Cuneiform Tablets: 19th Century Illicit Digs at Borsippa

Author(s): Evelien Vanderstraeten
Published in: 2018

3D scanning and the future of clay tablets

Author(s): Nicky van de Beek
Published in: 2018

Of Museums, Foxes… and Cuneiform

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2018

Traders, Travellers, Treasure hunters and the birth of Near Eastern Archaeology

Author(s): Evelien Vanderstraeten
Published in: 2019

Game of Thrones: conspiracy, treason and murder in Neo-Assyrian times!

Author(s): Evelien Vanderstraeten
Published in: 2019

Finding Sepharvaim and Its Tablets: Hormuzd Rassam’s Crowning Achievement

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2019

Ancient Archival Practices

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2018

António de Gouveia and the Fascination with Persepolis

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2018

Libraries and Archives: Solo or Ensemble?

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2018

Iran in Assen… An “intentional” exhibition?

Author(s): Ivo Dos Santos Martins
Published in: 2018

Xerxes and Babylonia: The Cuneiform Evidence

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers, Maarja Seire
Published in: 2018

De wilde jeugd der assyriologie

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: 2017

Der königliche Hof in neuassyrischer Zeit

Author(s): Melanie Groß
Published in: Der Palast im antiken und islamischen Orient. 9. Internationales Colloquium der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft 30. März – 1. April 2016, Frankfurt am Main, 2019, Page(s) 61-71

Manuscript and archive: who wrote and read Babylonian chronicles?

Author(s): Caroline Waerzeggers
Published in: Conceptualizing past, present and future : proceedings of the ninth symposium of the Melammu Project held in Helsinki/Tartu, May 18-24, 2015, 2018, Page(s) 335–346