Collection: Études Mésopotamiennes – Mesopotamian Studies

The numbered book series Etudes Mésopotamiennes - Mesopotamian Studies (EMMS), is dedicated to historical, archaeological and philological research about Mesopotamia – understood in its most general meaning, as a cultural area covering Iraq, but also some regions of Iran, Syria and Turkey – during a chronological span since prehistory until the Middle Ages. It originated from the experiences and the needs of a group of French researchers and archaeologists who, after a long interruption, have resumed fieldwork in Iraq, often while continuing their investigations in other countries of the Near-East. The publication project of the EMMS series has received the agreement and financial support of the Commission des Fouilles of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development, as well as of the CNRS – through the support of the research units Orient et Méditerranée and of the Laboratoire d’Excellence ResMed.

Series Editors: Narmen Ali Muhamad Amen, Lionel Marti (CNRS), Olivier Rouault (Université Lyon), Aline Tenu (CNRS)

ISSN: 2631-3537 (Print); ISSN 2631-3545 (Online)

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Études Mésopotamiennes – Mesopotamian Studies: N°2 – 2022

ed. Lionel Marti et al.

EMMS 2 is in two parts: Part 1 offers proceedings of a colloquium exploring the crisis of State and Monarchy between the 13th-10th centuries in northern Mesopotamia and Syria. The second part is dedicated to archaeological and textual studies from three archaeological sites that are currently being excavated in Iraqi Kurdistan. READ MORE

Paperback: £85.00

Études Mésopotamiennes – Mesopotamian Studies: N°1 – 2018

ed. Vincent Déroche et al.

The first volume of the series EMMS, ‘Études Mésopotamiennes – Mesopotamian Studies’ presents a collection of articles, communications and preliminary reports representing the advancement, in recent years, of human sciences - archaeological, historical, philological and cultural researches –concerning ancient Mesopotamia area studies. READ MORE

Paperback: £52.00 | eBook: £16.00