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264 pages

Published Mar 2021

Archaeopress Archaeology

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Hardback: 9781789698763

Digital: 9781789698770

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Keywords
Taymāʾ; Babylonian; cuneiform; inscriptions; Nabataean; Dadanitic; Taymanitic

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Taymā’: Multidisciplinary Series on the Results of the Saudi-German Archaeological Project 2

Taymāʾ II: Catalogue of the Inscriptions Discovered in the Saudi-German Excavations at Taymāʾ 2004–2015

Edited by Michael C.A. Macdonald

Contributions by Arnulf Hausleiter, Frédéric Imbert, Hanspeter Schaudig, Peter Stein, Francelin Tourtet, Martina Trognitz

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The Catalogue contains all inscriptions discovered during 24 seasons of Saudi-German excavations at Taymāʾ, 2004–15. The 113 objects carry inscriptions in different languages and scripts, including Babylonian cuneiform, Imperial Aramaic inscriptions, Arabic inscriptions and more, illustrating the linguistic diversity of the oasis through time.

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Contents

Foreword – Abdullah A. Alzahrani ;

Preface by the Series Editors – Arnulf Hausleiter, Ricardo Eichmann, Muhammad Al-Najem ;

Introduction ;

Inscription sigla, editorial symbols, and dimensions ;

The Catalogue ;
Section 1. Cuneiform texts from the Saudi-German Excavations at Taymāʾ Seasons 2004–2015 – Hanspeter Schaudig ;
Section 2. Die reichsaramäischen Inschriften der Kampagnen 2005–2009 aus Taymāʾ – Peter Stein ;
Section 3. The Imperial Aramaic inscriptions found in the 2010–2015 seasons ;
Section 4. Texts in three different forms of the Aramaic script ;
On the iconography of the ‘Great Nephesh’ TA 10277 from Tayma – Arnulf Hausleiter ;
Section 5. The Taymāʾ Aramaic inscriptions ;
Section 6. The Nabataean inscriptions ;
Section 7. The Dadanitic inscriptions ;
Section 8. The Taymanitic inscriptions ;
Section 9. The Arabic inscriptions from the Saudi-German Excavations at Taymāʾ 2004–2015 – Frédéric Imbert ;
Section 10. Queries ;

Appendices ;
Appendix A. Gravestones of men and women at Taymāʾ ;
Appendix B. Eskoubi 1999, no. 272 ;
Appendix C. On the publication of inscriptions from the Saudi-German excavations at Taymāʾ by means of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) – Martina Trognitz ;

Combined indexes of words and names in the inscriptions in this Catalogue and the Catalogue of Inscriptions in the Taymāʾ Museum (Taymāʾ III) ;
Index of words and Names in the Akkadian inscriptions from the oasis of Taymāʾ – Hanspeter Schaudig ;
Index of words and names in the Imperial Aramaic, Taymāʾ Aramaic, and Nabataean inscriptions from the oasis of Taymāʾ ;
Index of words and names in the Dadanitic and Taymanitic inscriptions from the oasis of Taymāʾ ;
Index of words and names in the Minaic inscription ;
Index of words and names in the Arabic inscriptions ;
Lists of the inscriptions ;

Sigla ;

References

About the Author

Michael C. A. Macdonald is an Honorary Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, and Fellow of the British Academy. He works on the languages, scripts and ancient history of Arabia and directs the Online Corpus of the Inscriptions of Ancient North Arabia (http://krc.orient.ox.ac.uk/ociana/). He has been working at Taymāʾ since 2010.