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100 1  Dolce, Rita,|eauthor 
240 10 "Perdere la testa."|lEnglish 
245 10 "Losing one's head" in the ancient Near East :
       |binterpretation and meaning of decapitation /|cRita Dolce
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2018 
300    xii, 91 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
336    cartographic image|bcri|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Studies in the history of the ancient Near East 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  1.1. From the distant past to the recent past -- 1.2. An 
       unrepeatable act -- 1.3. The headless body: anonymity/
       identity -- 2.1. Exclusivity/multiplicity -- 2.2. 
       Exhibition/quantification -- 3.1. What happens to the 
       "coveted object"? -- 3.2. Destinations/motivations -- 3.3.
       Exhibition and multivalence -- 4.1. Human heads and birds 
       of prey -- 4.2.Eannatum of Lagash and the birds of prey --
       4.3. Mari and the birds of prey -- 4.4.Sargon I of Akkad 
       and the birds of prey -- 4.5. Dadusha of Eshnunna and the 
       birds of prey -- 4.6. The Assyrians and the birds of prey 
       -- 5.1. Moving through space and time -- 5.2. How does the
       head travel? -- 6.1. "Other" decapitations in times of war
       -- 6.2. What happens to the severed heads of statues? -- 
       6.3. Moving through space and time -- 6.4. Annihilation/
       catharsis 
520    This volume representations of decapitation in both texts 
       and images in a trans-chronological perspective that aims 
       to highlight a number of conditions, relations and 
       meanings of this specific act in times of war, recognizing
       the severed head as a "coveted object" for the many 
       individuals who interact with it and determine its fate. 
       With examples drawn from Anatolia, Syria and Mesopotamia 
       between the 3rd and 1st millennium BC, from prehistory to 
       the Neo-Assyrian period, this fascinating study is of 
       interest not only to art historians, but also anyone 
546    First published in Italian as "Perdere la testa" : aspetti
       e valori della decapitazione nel Vicino Oriente antico 
       (Roma : Espera [2014]) 
650  0 Beheading|zMiddle East|xHistory 
650  0 Beheading in art 
651  0 Middle East|xAntiquities 
651  0 Middle East|xCivilization 
830  0 Studies in the history of the ancient Near East 
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