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ARAM 27 Colour Hardback By ARAM SOCIETY
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This volume includes the proceedings of the ARAM Conferences held at the Oriental Institute of the University of Oxford: Trade Routes and Seafaring in the Ancient Near East, 4-6 July 2011, and The... More > Idumeans and the Nabateans, 24-27 July 2012< Less
ARAM 27 Colour Paperback By ARAM SOCIETY
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This volume includes the ARAM proceedings for the conferences held at the Oriental Institute at Oxford: Trade Routes and Seafaring in the Ancient Near East, 4-6 July 2011, and The Idumeans and the... More > Nabateans, 24-27 July 2012.< Less
ARAM 27 Black & White Paperback By ARAM SOCIETY
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Proceedings of the ARAM Conferences held in Oxford at the Oriental Institute: Trade routes and Seafaring in the Ancient Near East, 5-6 July 2011 and The Idumeans and the Nabateans, 24-27 July 2012.
ARAM 29 Colour Hard Cover By ARAM SOCIETY
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Volume 29 (Full colour, hard back) includes the proceedings of 1) the Forty-Second International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies, held at the Oriental Institute,... More > University of Oxford, on the 20-23 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: RELIGIOUS OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 2) the Thirty-Ninth International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: ASTROLOGY IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 3) the Forty-First International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: THE RIVER JORDAN.< Less
ARAM 29 Colour Paperback By ARAM SOCIETY
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Volume 29 (Full colour, softback) includes the proceedings of 1) the Forty-Second International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies, held at the Oriental Institute,... More > University of Oxford, on the 20-23 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: RELIGIOUS OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 2) the Thirty-Ninth International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: ASTROLOGY IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 3) the Forty-First International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: THE RIVER JORDAN.< Less
ARAM 29 Black & White Paperback By ARAM SOCIETY
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Volume 29 (B&W, paperback) includes the proceedings of 1) the Forty-Second International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies, held at the Oriental Institute, University... More > of Oxford, on the 20-23 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: RELIGIOUS OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 2) the Thirty-Ninth International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: ASTROLOGY IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. 3) the Forty-First International ARAM Conference, held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on the 13-15 July 2015. The theme of the conference was: THE RIVER JORDAN.< Less
Gurbet'ten Sonra By Matthew Lundin
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The novel is based on a medieval genre of Arabic literature called the maqamat. It is a literary form that uses rhymed prose, as well as the constant interjection of Quranic allusions, poetic verses,... More > and idioms taken from the Middle East. It is a series of episodes in which a wandering narrator is tricked by a mysterious charlatan. In this maqamat, the narrator has recently returned from a long period of living abroad (a Gurbet) and is adjusting to life in New York. As a maqamat, the novel makes abundant use of allusions,quotes and wordplay taken from Middle Eastern literature and languages, which are explained throughout the book using footnotes. The plot itself is an allusion, albeit in reverse, to the common theme of a protagonist's return from West to East after time spent abroad in pursuit of an education, and the challenge of mediating their new modern identity with the homeland to which they've returned. It also has a part where the narrator birddogs chics from Staten Island using pre-islamic poetry< Less
NEMO 2-2&3 By Richard Dumbrill
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This book is the second volume of NEMO-Online including series 2 and 3. Articles include Amine BEYHOM: “Un lexique de la modalité”; Margo SCHULTER: “Systematist Buzurg and... More > its Relatives: Notes on a Zalzalian Modal Genre”; Richard DUMBRILL: “Mesopotamian Sonic Proto-Theory”; Sandra FLEURY: “Le traitement de la musique dans l’iconographie processionnelle du sacrifice grec: entre la thusia et le sacrifice humain”; Richard DUMBRILL: “The myth of the ‘zither’ on the Nimrud Pyxis – and others”; Amine BEYHOM: “Dossier: Influence des théories européanisées du XIXe siècle sur la notation et la pratique des modes de la musique arabe et d’autres musiques, à travers la mise en exergue du mythe du genre ḥijāz semitonal”; Rosy AZAR BEYHOM: “A musical tradition for the 22nd century: A report on a cultural Lebanese initiative”.< Less
ARAM 25 COLOUR HB By ARAM SOCIETY OXFORD
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ARAM 25 is a selection of articles about Western Christian Missions in the Levant, The Arab Renaissance and Mandaism
Necrominon - Egyptian Sethanic Magick By Michael W Ford
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“Necrominon – Egyptian Sethanic Magick” is the long awaited grimoire which introduces the Luciferian and Sethanist Charles Pace, one of the founders of the modern Luciferian... More > tradition and expert in ancient Egyptian Magick. Michael W. Ford adapted and added to the Sethanic Cult of Masks and the handwritten, unpublished grimoire of the Magus dating from the period of the early 1960's through 1974. Ford presents the foundation Hermetic Ceremonial Rituals of Magus Hamar'at which includes the teachings of ritual symbolism and the proper way of casting the Hermetic Circle and the Triad of Darkness (Seth, Sekhmet, Anubis) and Light (Amun-Re, Isis, Osiris) and the balance between the Egyptian pantheon. Michael W. Ford offers the knowledge of ancient Egyptian temple-cult inscriptions, rituals, hymns and teachings through the Old, Middle and New Kingdom and the Graeco-Roman Period.< Less

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