New Horizons in Old Assyrian Studies

New Horizons in Old Assyrian Studies

Organizer: Gojko Barjamovic

The seven papers of this double panel present current research in the field of Old Assyrian studies with interest to an audience of Anatolianists. They include presentations on Anatolian economy, geography, demography and iconography in the period immediately prior to the unification of the Hittite state.

Participants:

  • Mogens Trolle Larsen: Demographics and Business in Bronze Age Kaneš
  • Hakan Erol: Old Assyrian Metal Trade, its Volume and Interaction
  • Oya Topçuoğlu: A Fresh Look at Acemhöyük in Light of Glyptic and Archaeological Evidence
  • Agnete Wisti Lassen: Seals and Sealing Practices among Anatolians in the Old Assyrian Period
  • Edward Stratford: Anatolian Geography from the viewpoint of Old Assyrian Sources and pXRF
  • Adam Anderson: Anatolians, Archives and Social Space at Kaneš
  • Gojko Barjamovic, Thomas Chaney, Kerem Coşar, Ali Hortaçsu: Structural Gravity Models and Continuities of Trade