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See detailThird Millennium Pottery from Tell Beydar. Catalogue of the Complete Vessels recovered during the 1992 to 2010 Seasons
Mas, Juliette ULiege; Gavagnin, Katia

Book published by Brepols (in press)

This volume presents the complete collection of complete pots and profiles (ca. 1800 vessels) dating to the 3rd millennium BC, recovered during the excavations carried out at Tell Beydar during sixteen ... [more ▼]

This volume presents the complete collection of complete pots and profiles (ca. 1800 vessels) dating to the 3rd millennium BC, recovered during the excavations carried out at Tell Beydar during sixteen seasons (from 1992 to 2010). Tell Beydar, located in the syrian Jezirah region was a second rank urban center during the second part of the 3rd millennium BC. The EJZ 3b city has been widely explored by extensive excavations and offered large assemblages of archaeological material. This monograph offers a clear vision of the material culture of the site and allows us to insert it in the cultural landscape of Upper-Mesopotamia during the 3rd millennium BC. [less ▲]

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See detailKranzhugeln et seconde révolution urbaine en Haute Mésopotamie au IIIe millénaire av. J.-C.
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, April)

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See detailMen, Animals and Pots. A Few Thoughts about a Narrative Motive on Syrian Bronze Age Vessels
Mas, Juliette ULiege

in Ash-sharq: Bulletin of the Ancient Near East Archaeological, Historical and Societal Studies (2017), 1(1), 33-39

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See detailDu tell à l'histoire : stratégie et techniques de fouille au Proche-Orient
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, December)

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See detailEtudes céramiques et céramologie. L'apport de l'analyse de la poterie à l'archéologie orientale
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, November)

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See detailLes aménagements immobiliers. Problèmes d'identification et d'interprétation
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2016, September)

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See detailPottery Material from Third Millennium Stone-Built Monumental Tombs from Terqa (Syria)
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2016, April 28)

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See detailOikoi and State. A new light on Upper Mesopotamian economic system
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2016, April 27)

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See detailLa ville en Djézireh syrienne au Bronze Ancien
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, March)

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See detailSur le terrain proche-oriental : techniques et stratégies de fouille
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2015, November)

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See detailDe l'utilisation des modèles pour l'étude de l'architecture domestique
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2015, March 31)

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See detailPrivate Versus Official? New Hypotheses for the Reconstruction of Bronze Age Upper Mesopotamian Economic System
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2015, January)

Ancient economic systems from Southern and Central Mesopotamia are quite well known when Northern Mesopotamia ones remain less known. If we already know that, during Bronze Age, households played a ... [more ▼]

Ancient economic systems from Southern and Central Mesopotamia are quite well known when Northern Mesopotamia ones remain less known. If we already know that, during Bronze Age, households played a deciding role in several kinds of production, their degree of dependence or independence to the State still has to be clarified . The archaeological data clearly show that private workshops, set up in private houses, could be very efficient and specialized. Furthermore, these economic entities could be assimilated to private enterprises, which were able to handle their own administrative duties. On the other hand, we know from the texts that the Palace and the temples were also a main element of ancient economic systems. If public administrations should, in some cases, have supplied raw materials, hired workforce, and dealt with the distribution of produced goods, it seems that the production didn’t take place in the palace itself. Dealing both with archaeological and textual data could help to better define the role and the importance of both public and private components in early Mesopotamian economic systems. [less ▲]

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See detailBash Tapa 2013 : Le sondage stratigraphique 1
Mas, Juliette ULiege; Angevin, Raphaël

in Marti, L; Nicolle, Ch; Shawaly, K (Eds.) Recherches en Haute Mésopotamie 2. Mission archéologique de Bash Tapa (campagnes 2012-2013) et les enjeux de la recherche dans la région d'Erbil (2015)

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See detailPremier Aperçu de la céramique de Bash Tapa
Mas, Juliette ULiege

in Marti, L; Nicolle, Ch; Shawaly, K (Eds.) Recherches en Haute Mésopotamie 2. Mission archéologique de Bash Tapa (campagnes 2012-2013) et les enjeux de la recherche dans la région d'Erbil (2015)

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See detailBash Tapa (Iraq). The Pottery from the First Excavation Campaign
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2014, November)

Bash Tapa is a circa 8 ha settlement, located 35 km South of Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan. Its exploration was began in September 2013 by a french archaeological mission, led by L. Marti (CNRS, Paris). When ... [more ▼]

Bash Tapa is a circa 8 ha settlement, located 35 km South of Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan. Its exploration was began in September 2013 by a french archaeological mission, led by L. Marti (CNRS, Paris). When the sounding carried out on the top of the site allowed us to explore middle-assyrian levels, the stratigraphical step trench excavated on the southern slope of the tell revealed six phases of occupation dating to the 3rd millennium BC, from the Ninevite 5 to the Early Dynastic III periods. A first evaluation of the pottery material recovered in this operation revealed that there are different traditions represented at the site. In fact, while the material dated from the beginning of the Early Bronze Age is clearly related to the Northern tradition, the most recent 3rd millennium levels identified so far have provided us with pottery which could be connected to Central Mesopotamia, and more specifically to the Diyala region. This paper will give a first overview of the pottery from the first campaign of excavation at Bash Tapa, mainly focusing on 3rd millennium material, its links with the other regions of Near East and its significance for chronology. [less ▲]

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See detailBash Tapa and its Environment. Third Millennium Pottery from the First Excavation Campaign.
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2014, September)

Bash Tapa is a circa 8 ha settlement, located 35 km South of Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan. Its exploration was began in September 2013 by a french archaeological mission, led by L. Marti (CNRS, Paris). The ... [more ▼]

Bash Tapa is a circa 8 ha settlement, located 35 km South of Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan. Its exploration was began in September 2013 by a french archaeological mission, led by L. Marti (CNRS, Paris). The stratigraphical step trench excavated on the southern slope of the tell revealed six phases of occupation dating to the 3rd millennium BC, from the Ninevite 5 to the Early Dynastic III periods (ARCANE ETG 1 – 5). A first evaluation of the pottery material recovered in this operation revealed that there are different traditions represented at the site. In fact, while the material dated from the beginning of the Early Bronze Age is clearly related to the Northern tradition, the most recent 3rd millennium levels identified so far have provided us with pottery which could be connected to Central Mesopotamia, and more specifically to the Diyala region. This paper will give a first overview of 3rd millennium pottery from the two first campaigns of excavation at Bash Tapa, its links with the other regions of Near East and its significance for chronology. [less ▲]

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See detailProduction, Private Economy and State Entanglement in Early Northern Mesopotamia
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Conference (2014, June)

Ancient economic systems from Southern and Central Mesopotamia are quite well known when Northern Mesopotamia ones remain less known from this point of view. If we already know that, during Bronze Age ... [more ▼]

Ancient economic systems from Southern and Central Mesopotamia are quite well known when Northern Mesopotamia ones remain less known from this point of view. If we already know that, during Bronze Age, households played a deciding role in several kinds of production, their degree of dependence or independence to the State still has to be cleared. The archaeological data clearly show that private workshops, set up in private houses, could be very efficient and specialized. Furthermore, these economic entities could be assimilated to private enterprises, which were able to handle their own administrative duties. On the other hand, we know from the texts that the Palace and the temples were also a main element of ancient economic systems. If public administrations should, in some cases, have supplied raw materials, hired workforce, and dealt with the distribution of produced goods, it seems that the production didn’t take place in the palace itself. Dealing both with archaeological and textual data, could help to better define the role and the importance of both public and private components in early Mesopotamian economic systems. [less ▲]

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See detailTell Beydar, l'ancienne Nabada
Mas, Juliette ULiege

Scientific conference (2014, April)

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