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Italic Pythagoreanism in the Hellenistic Age (2023)
Book Chapter
Horky, P. S. (2023). Italic Pythagoreanism in the Hellenistic Age. In M. Garani, D. Konstan, & G. Reydams-Schils (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Roman Philosophy (3-26). Oxford University Press

Kurgans, Churches and Karvasla: Preliminary results from the first two seasons of the Lagodekhi Archaeological Survey, Georgia (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Hopper, K., Rova, E., & Kvavadze, D. (2023). Kurgans, Churches and Karvasla: Preliminary results from the first two seasons of the Lagodekhi Archaeological Survey, Georgia. In N. Marchetti, F. Cavaliere, E. Cirelli, C. D'Orazio, G. Giacosa, M. Guidetti, & E. Mariani (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on the Archeology of the Ancient Near East. https://doi.org/10.13173/9783447118736

In many parts of the Southern Caucasus, significant changes to the landscape have occurred over the course of the 20th century due to agriculture, development, and other factors. Lagodekhi Municipality, an area of ca 900km2 at the eastern limit of Ge... Read More about Kurgans, Churches and Karvasla: Preliminary results from the first two seasons of the Lagodekhi Archaeological Survey, Georgia.

Longquan celadon: a quantified archaeological analysis of a pan-Indian Ocean industry of the 12th to 15th centuries (2023)
Journal Article
Zhang, R., Kennet, D., Brown, P., Song, X., Guangyao, W., Zhai, Y., & Mingjun, W. (in press). Longquan celadon: a quantified archaeological analysis of a pan-Indian Ocean industry of the 12th to 15th centuries. World Archaeology, https://doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2023.2216183

This paper examines the Longquan celadon industry, located in Zhejiang province in China, which flourished mainly between the Southern Song and early Ming dynasties (12th to 15th century). The products of this industry are found on archaeological sit... Read More about Longquan celadon: a quantified archaeological analysis of a pan-Indian Ocean industry of the 12th to 15th centuries.

Capturing technological crossovers between clay crafts: An archaeometric perspective on the emergence of workshop production in Late Iron Age northern Spain (2023)
Journal Article
De Groot, B., Badreshany, K., Torres-Martínez, J., & Fernández-Götz, M. (2023). Capturing technological crossovers between clay crafts: An archaeometric perspective on the emergence of workshop production in Late Iron Age northern Spain. PLoS ONE, 18(5), Article e0283343. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0283343

In the Iberian Iron Age, the transition to workshop-based pottery production involved the use of innovative tools (the potter’s wheel and kiln) and dedicated workspace. This facilitated an intensification of production, with repercussions for consump... Read More about Capturing technological crossovers between clay crafts: An archaeometric perspective on the emergence of workshop production in Late Iron Age northern Spain.

Long-term trends in settlement persistence in Southwest Asia: Implications for sustainable urbanism, past, present and future (2023)
Journal Article
Lawrence, D., de Gruchy, M. W., Hinojosa-Baliño, I., & Al-Hamdani, A. (in press). Long-term trends in settlement persistence in Southwest Asia: Implications for sustainable urbanism, past, present and future. Urban Studies, https://doi.org/10.1177/00420980231161245

Southwest Asia saw the emergence of large settlements in the Early Holocene, and the world’s first urban communities around 6000 years ago, with cities a feature of the region ever since. These developed in diverse environmental settings, including t... Read More about Long-term trends in settlement persistence in Southwest Asia: Implications for sustainable urbanism, past, present and future.

Identity and Monumentality: The construction of an Early Bronze Age landscape on the Lebanese coast (2023)
Journal Article
de Vreeze, M., & Badreshany, K. (2023). Identity and Monumentality: The construction of an Early Bronze Age landscape on the Lebanese coast. Journal of ancient Egyptian interconnections, 37, 109-134

This article will discuss the role of monuments in the construction of the Early Bronze Age (EBA) landscape on the Lebanese coast. The discussion focuses on Byblos, where an extensively excavated EBA town plan shows evidence of at least seven temples... Read More about Identity and Monumentality: The construction of an Early Bronze Age landscape on the Lebanese coast.

The ‘Combed Ware’ storage and transport vessels from Khirbet ez-Zeraqon: a reappraisal of the EB II-III evidence in light of recent studies (2023)
Journal Article
Tumolo, V., & Badreshany, K. (2023). The ‘Combed Ware’ storage and transport vessels from Khirbet ez-Zeraqon: a reappraisal of the EB II-III evidence in light of recent studies. Journal of ancient Egyptian interconnections, 37, 301-324

The present study offers new petrographic data on selected pottery from the EB II-III site of Khirbet ez-Zeraqon in northern Jordan, which includes storage and transport vessels with combed surfaces traditionally grouped under the label “Combed Ware.... Read More about The ‘Combed Ware’ storage and transport vessels from Khirbet ez-Zeraqon: a reappraisal of the EB II-III evidence in light of recent studies.

Egyptian Trade on the Central Levantine Coast During the Early Dynastic Period: A Ceramic-Material Perspective (2023)
Journal Article
Jean, M., & Badreshany, K. (2023). Egyptian Trade on the Central Levantine Coast During the Early Dynastic Period: A Ceramic-Material Perspective. Journal of ancient Egyptian interconnections, 37, 171-190

This paper compares pottery finds from the Central Levant (Lebanon) and imported vessels found in Egyptian Early Dynastic contexts to help unravel the dynamics of trade activities between the two regions at the beginning of the third millennium BCE.... Read More about Egyptian Trade on the Central Levantine Coast During the Early Dynastic Period: A Ceramic-Material Perspective.

From Midas to Cyrus and Other Stories. Papers on Iron Age Anatolia in honour of Geoffrey and Françoise Summers (2023)
Book
Draycott, C. M., Branting, S., Lehner, J. W., & Özarslan, Y. (Eds.). (in press). From Midas to Cyrus and Other Stories. Papers on Iron Age Anatolia in honour of Geoffrey and Françoise Summers. British Institute at Ankara

The period of Anatolian history between the death of the semi-legendary king Midas of Gordion ca 700 BC and the advent of the Achaemenid Persian Empire ca 550 BC is dominated by certain narratives: the rise of the Mermnad Lydian Kingdom, from Gyges t... Read More about From Midas to Cyrus and Other Stories. Papers on Iron Age Anatolia in honour of Geoffrey and Françoise Summers.

Das Gleichnis vom ungerechten Haushalter (Lk 16,1–8) (2023)
Journal Article
Dochhorn, J. (2023). Das Gleichnis vom ungerechten Haushalter (Lk 16,1–8). Biblische Zeitschrift, 67(1), 64-85. https://doi.org/10.30965/25890468-06701003

The present article proposes what can be labeled an ecclesiological interpretation of the highly debated parable of the unjust steward. Jesus (probably the Historical Jesus) adhorts his followers to practice solidarity – also in financial matters – t... Read More about Das Gleichnis vom ungerechten Haushalter (Lk 16,1–8).

Mary's Image as Theology (2022)
Book Chapter
Heath, J. (2022). Mary's Image as Theology. In M. McInroy, C. Strine, & A. Torrance (Eds.), Image as Theology. Brepols Publishers

‘I remembered the saying’ (Tobit 2:6) Recognising Emotions in Scripture with Tobit and Eve (2022)
Journal Article
Heath, J. (2023). ‘I remembered the saying’ (Tobit 2:6) Recognising Emotions in Scripture with Tobit and Eve. Journal of Theological Interpretation, 17(1), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.5325/jtheointe.17.1.0001

This experimental paper is methodologically Christian, in the sense that it is structured as a Christian mimesis of how a scriptural saint cited scripture. However, the choice of subject matter commits it to engaging with the post-Enlightenment secul... Read More about ‘I remembered the saying’ (Tobit 2:6) Recognising Emotions in Scripture with Tobit and Eve.