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SOMMARIO / CONTENTS

Michele Faraguna
Foreword

Dennis Kehoe
Archives and Archival Documents in Ancient Societies: Introduction

Ancient Near East

Sophie Démare-Lafont
Zero and Infinity: the Archives in Mesopotamia

Klaas R. Veenhof
The Archives of Old Assyrian Traders: their Nature, Functions and Use

Antoine Jacquet
Family Archives in Mesopotamia during the Old Babylonian Period

Susanne Paulus
The Limits of Middle Babylonian Archives

Classical Greece

Christophe Pébarthe
Les archives de la cité de raison. Démocratie athénienne et pratiques documentaires à l’époque classique

Shimon Epstein
Attic Building Accounts from Euthynae to Stelae

Edward M. Harris
The Plaint in Athenian Law and Legal Procedure

Michele Faraguna
Archives in Classical Greece: Some Observations

The Persian Tradition and the Hellenistic World

Ingo Kottsieper
Aramäische Archive aus achämenidischer Zeit und ihre Funktion

Laura Boffo
La ‘presenza’ dei re negli archivi delle poleis ellenistiche

Lucia Criscuolo
Copie, malacopie, copie d'ufficio e il problema della titolarità di un archivio nell’Egitto tolemaico

Mark Depauw
Reflections on Reconstructing Private and Official Archives The Roman Empire

Éva Jakab
Introduction: Archives in the Roman Empire

Kaja Harter-Uibopuu
Epigraphische Quellen zum Archivwesen in den griechischen Poleis des ausgehenden Hellenismus und der Kaiserzeit

Thomas Kruse
Bevölkerungskontrolle, Statuszugang und Archivpraxis im römischen Ägypten

Rudolf Haensch
Die Statthalterarchive der Spätantike

Uri Yiftach-Firanko
Conclusions

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2013Index locorum
2013ConclusionsYiftach-Firanko, Uri
2013Die Statthalterarchive der SpätantikeHaensch, Rudolf
2013Bevölkerungskontrolle, Statuszugang und Archivpraxis im römischen ÄgyptenKruse, Thomas
2013Epigraphische Quellen zum Archivwesen in den griechischen Poleis des ausgehenden Hellenismus und der KaiserzeitHarter-Uibopuu, Kaja
2013Introduction: Archives in the Roman EmpireJakab, Eva
2013Reflections on Reconstructing Private and Official ArchivesDepauw, Mark
2013Copie, malacopie, copie d’ufficio e il problema della titolarità di un archivio nell’Egitto tolemaicoCriscuolo, Lucia
2013La ‘presenza’ dei re negli archivi delle poleis ellenisticheBoffo, Laura
2013Aramäische Archive aus achämenidischer Zeit und ihre FunktionKottsieper, Ingo
2013Archives in Classical Athens: Some ObservationsFaraguna, Michele
2013The Plaint in Athenian Law and Legal ProcedureHarris, Edward M.
2013Attic Building Accounts from Euthynae to StelaeEpstein, Shimon
2013Les archives de la cité de raison. Démocratie athénienne et pratiques documentaires à l’époque classiquePébarthe, Christophe
2013The Limits of Middle Babylonian ArchivesPaulus, Susanne
2013Family Archives in Mesopotamia during the Old Babylonian PeriodJacquet, Antoine
2013The Archives of Old Assyrian Traders: their Nature, Functions and UseVeenhof, Klaas R.
2013Zero and Infinity: the Archives in Mesopotamia
2013Archives and Archival Documents in Ancient Societies: IntroductionKehoe, Dennis
2013ForewordFaraguna, Michele
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 21
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This book, part of a series aiming to investigate the legal systems of ancient societies through a document-based, comparative approach, focuses on the study of archives and archival records and their interplay with the workings of administrative and political systems. The papers are arranged in four sections dealing with the Ancient Near East, Classical Greece, the Persian Tradition and the Hellenistic World, and the Roman Empire. The themes touched upon chronologically span from the early second millennium B.C. to the late Roman Empire and geographically range from Mesopotamia to the Western Mediterranean. The archives considered, public and private, are conspicuous for their variety and reflect diverse archival concepts and traditions but a number of common patterns also emerge in respect to their physical organization, to the classification of texts, the function of record-keeping and the role of seals. We are entitled to speak of a recurring ‘archival behaviour’.

Michele Faraguna is associate professor of Greek history at the University of Trieste. His work has focused on Greek political, administrative, economic, and legal history from the Archaic age to early Hellenism. He is the author of Atene nell’età di Alessandro. Problemi politici, economici, finanziari (1992) in addition to many articles. He edited Dynasthai didaskein. Studi in onore di Filippo Càssola (2006) and Nomos despotes. Law and Legal Procedures in Ancient Greek Society (2007). He is a member of the Editorial board of the Encyclopedia of Ancient History (2013). He is currently working, together with Laura Boffo, on a book on public archives in the Greek cities.

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