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Urartu [by] Boris B. Piotrovsky.

B. B. PiotrovskiД­

Urartu [by] Boris B. Piotrovsky.

Translated from the Russian by James Hogarth.

by B. B. PiotrovskiД­

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Published by Barrie & Rickliff in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urartu.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe ancient civilization of Urartu
    SeriesAncient civilizations
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS156 U7 P573
    The Physical Object
    Pagination221p.
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20891353M


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Emescavações conduzidas pelos arqueólogos americanos Kirsopp e Silva Lake foram interrompidas pela Segunda Guerra Mundial e a maioria dos seus achados e anotações de campo foram perdidos quando um submarino Capital: Arzashkun, Tuspa (depois de a.C.).

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59, Mainz Agama: Politéisme. Urartu (Ուրարտու) je bila antička kraljevina u Jermeniji, a nalazila se na planinskoj visoravni između Male Azije, Mesopotamije i Kavkaza (kasnije poznatoj kao Jermenska visoravan).

Smeštena je oko Jezera Van u današnjoj istočnoj Turskoj. Kraljevina je postojala od oko pne. do pne. Ime odgovara biblijskom imenu AraratGlavni grad: Tušpa.

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Wartke, Urartu — Das Reich am Ararat In: Kulturgeschichte der Antiken Welt, Bd. 59, Mainz Religija: Politeizem. Theispas (also known as Teisheba or Teišeba) of Kumenu was the Araratian (Urartian) weather-god, notably the god of storms and thunder.

He was also sometimes the god of war. He formed part of a triad along with Khaldi and ancient Araratian cities of Teyseba and Teishebaini were named after Theispas.

He is a counterpart to the Assyrian god Adad, the. Boris B. Piotrovsky, The Ancient Civilization of Urartu (translated from Russian by James Hogarth), New York:Cowles Book Company, ボリス・ピオトロフスキー 著, 加藤九祚 訳, 「埋もれた古代王国の謎―幻の国ウラルトゥを探る」岩波書店, (年). Urartu has known many dark hours, and the present is one of them.

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↑ Piotrovsky, Boris B. The Ancient Civilization of Urartu: An Archaeological Adventure. Cowles Book Co. ISBN ↑ Chahin, Mark (). The Kingdom of Armenia. Dorset Press. ISBN 1 2 Zimansky, Paul (). Imagining Haldi. ↑ (Encyclopædia Britannica). Teishebaini (aka Tesebaini, modern Karmir-Blur, near Yerevan, Armenia) was an important fortress city of the Urartu civilization and excavations at the site, largely undisturbed since its abandonment c.

BCE, have provided an invaluable insight into the daily life of the region during the Bronze and Iron age of the 9th to 6th century BCE. With huge walls, large. Boris B. Piotrovsky. The Ancient Civilization of Urartu. - Cowles Book Company, New York, ; Abram Rigg Jr, Horace.

A Note on the Names Armânum and Urartu. // Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 57, No. 4 (Dec., ). Piotrovsky, Boris B. () The Ancient Civilization of Urartu: An Archaeological Adventure. Cowles Book Co. ISBN (isbn ) Mythology portal.

^ Piotrovsky, Boris B. The Ancient Civilization of Urartu: An Archaeological Adventure. Cowles Book Co. ISBN. Boris B. Piotrovsky, The Ancient Civilization of Urartu (translated from Russian by James Hogarth), New York:Cowles Book Company, M.

Salvini, Geschichte und Kultur der Urartäer, Darmstadt R. Wartke, Urartu – Das Reich am Ararat In: Kulturgeschichte der Antiken Welt, Bd. 59, Mainz Континент: Азия. The Urartu archaeological map is extended with more labels from noted Urartian archaeologist Boris Piotrovsky, who was Director of the Hermitage Museum in St.

Petersburg and directed the Urartian excavations at Karmir-Blour, one of the greatest fortresses of. The ancient civilization of Urartu / Boris B. Piotrovsky ; translated from the Russian by James Hogarth New York: Cowles Book Co., © Armenian Research Center.

DSU7 P66 Il regno di Van, Urartu / B.B. Piotrovskij ; traduzione di Mirjo Salvini Roma: Edizioni dell'Ateneo, Armenian Research Center. DSU7 S2. Mikhail B. Piotrovsky.

In a letter, Mr. Demirjian expressed his wish “to donate my collec-tion of Urartian art to the Hermitage in memory of your father. Inwhen I was still a student, it was your father’s book on the art of Urartu that opened my eyes to this field, and I think it is only.

Their king was also the chief-priest or envoy of Khaldi. Some temples to Khaldi were part of the royal palace complex while others were independent structures.".Piotrovsky, Boris B. The Ancient Civilization of Urartu: An Archaeological Adventure. Cowles Book Co. ISBN   The toponym “Urartu” emerged as a regional description rather than ethnic.

Historian Boris Piotrovsky argued that “the Assyrian name of Uruatri [which gave birth to the Urartu toponym] had no ethnic significance but was most probably a descriptive term (perhaps meaning “the mountainous country”).”.

In Assyrian inscriptions of the 11th century B.C., we again find the term Uruatri, and from the second quarter of the 9th century, in the reign of Ashurnasirpal II ( B.C.), it is of common occurrence, in the form Urartu, being used concurrently with the name of Nairi (Boris B.

Piotrovsky, Urartu pp ).