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Past Activities

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Neo-Hittite Relief, Karatepe, Turkey
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2015

  • Conference "The Private World of the Roman Elites in the Near East: Excavations of the Mosaics of the Roman Town of Lod (Diospolis), Israel, 3rd century BCE", by Amir Gorzalczany. December 3rd.
  • Conference "Childhood and Law in the Ancient Near East: ¿Towards a Protection of the Minor?", by Daniel Justel. August 18th.
  • Graduate Seminar "Introduction to Sumerian: Readings of Real Inscriptions", by Daniel Justel. August 3rd-6th and 10th-13th.
  • Conference "The Material and the Ideal: Iconographic Relations between South and North in the Ancient Near East, 6th-5th millennia BCE", by Ianir Milevski. June 8th.

2013

  • Conference: "Felonies and Crimes in Egypt during the Persian Period", by Alejandro Botta. October 23rd.

2012

  • Conference: “The Cult Remains at Arad and Tel Beer-sheba and the Evidence for Religious Reforms in the Kingdom of Judah”, by Ze'ev Herzog. August 1th.
  • Conference: "Sennacherib´s Campaign to Judah, Lachish and Jerusalem", by David Ussishkin. March 20th.

2011

  • Graduate course: "The Islamic Period in Palestine" (in Spanish), by Amir Gorzalczany. April 18th-20th.
  • Conference: "Nahal Tut, ¿an Advanced Post of Judah in Israel?" (in Spanish), by Amir Gorzalczany. May 11th.
  • Conference: "The Contribution of the Excavations of Megiddo to the Study of the Late Bronze and Iron Ages", by Israel Finkelstein. March 31st.

2010

  • Extra-Curricular Course: “Myths, Rituals and Royalty in Ancient Egypt” (in Spanish), Cátedra de Historia del Antiguo Oriente, Cátedra de Historia Antigua e Instituto de Historia Universal, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, by Roxana Flammini. October 1st-2nd.
  • CEHAO conferences: “Culture and Politics in the Ancient Near East” (in Spanish), CEHAO. Lecturers: Roxana Flammini, Juan Manuel Tebes, Santiago Rostom Maderna, Marcel Sigrist and Alejandro Botta. September 23rd-24th.
  • Colloquium: "An Akkadian Lexicon for Biblical Hebrew", by Hayim Tawil. September 20th.
  • Conference: "Palestine in the Persian Period: Biblical Text, Archaeology and Socioeconomic Model" (in Spanish), by Ianir Milevski. September 18th.
  • Conference: "The Canaanean Palace at Hazor: An Expression of Syrian Architecture?", by Anabel Zarzecki-Peleg. September 6th.
  • Extracurricular and Graduate Course: “Centres and Peripheries in the Ancient World: Theoretical Perspectives and Specific Applications of the World-System Theory”, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, by Roxana Flammini. August 9th-11th.
  • Extracurricular Course: "Syriac", by Nicolaos Matti Youssef Abd Alahad. August 3rd-November 18th.
  • Extracurricular Course: "Introduction to the Akkadian Language", by Marcel Sigrist. August 3rd-26th.
  • Course: “Hittite, Level II”, by Juan Manuel Tebes (CEHAO). August–September.
  • Conference: “El barco naufragado en Ulu Burun y el sistema de Intercambios en el Mediterráneo Oriental”, by Graciela Gestoso Singer (CEHAO). March 8th.

2009

  • Conference “The Dead Sea Manuscripts and the New Testament” (in Spanish) by Émile Puech (École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem). September 10th.
  • Course: “Hittite, Level I”, by Juan Manuel Tebes (CEHAO). September-December.
  • Conference “Aphrodite in Palestine: Prestige without Frontiers” by Moshe Fischer (Tel Aviv University). May 15th.
  • Conference “The World of the Ancient Egyptian Demons from an Anthropological Perspective” by Rita Lucarelli (Università degli Studi di Verona). March 19th.

2008

  • Conference "History of Jerusalem", by Marcel Sigrist (École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem). September 24th.
  • Course: "A History of Ancient Mesopotamia", by Marcel Sigrist (École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem). September 2nd-25th.
  • Course: "Introduction to the Akkadian Language", by Marcel Sigrist (École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem). Tuesdays August 5th, 12nd, 19th and 26th. Thursdays August 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th.

2007

  • Extra – Curricular Course: “Genesis and Development of the Book in Western Culture” (in Spanish), by Christophe Rico (Hebrew University of Jerusalem- École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem) in the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. September 18th - 19th.
  • Graduate Course: “Writing’s Birth and Development of the Alphabet: an Interdisciplinary Perspective” (in Spanish), by Christophe Rico (Hebrew University of Jerusalem- École Biblique et Archéologique de Jérusalem) in the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. September 4th - 14th.
  • Conference: “Centre and Periphery in Ancient Israel: New Approximations to Funerary Practices of the Chalcolithic in the Coastal Plain" (in Spanish), by Amir Gorzalczany (Israel Antiquities Authority) in the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. August 14th.

2006

  • Extra-curricular Course: “Ancient Israel’s History, Biblical Archaeology and the Contemporary Conflicts in the Middle East” held by Juan Manuel Tebes (in Spanish), Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente (CEHAO). Departamento de Historia. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires Buenos Aires. October – November.
  • CEHAO Conferences: “Egypt, Israel and Palestine in the Antiquity, Written and Archaeological Evidences” (in Spanish). Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente (CEHAO). Departamento de Historia. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires Buenos Aires. September 28th.
  • Conference: “Integration between Teaching and Investigation in History” (in Spanish) held by Roxana Flammini (CEHAO- Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina). Departamento de Historia. Instituto de Profesorado del CONSUDEC “Septimio Walsh”. Buenos Aires. June 22nd.

2005

  • Conference: “Culture and History of Ancient Minor Asia” (in Spanish), Frank Starke, University of Tübingen, Germany. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, October 20th, in the context of the Cycle of Conferences about Culture and History in the Ancient Minor Asia, sponsored by the Instituto de Historia Antigua Oriental "Dr. Abraham Rosenvasser" of the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras of the Universidad de Buenos Aires and the Departamento de Egiptología del Instituto Multidisciplinario de Historia y Ciencias Humanas of the CONICET. Buenos Aires. October 19th - 21st.
  • CEHAO Conferences: “Social Practices in Ancient Near East” (in Spanish), with the participation of Juan Manuel Tebes (Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET), Marcelo Campagno (Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET), Santiago Rostom Maderna (Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina-CEHAO) and Roxana Flammini (Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina -CEHAO) Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. November 17th.

2004

  • Extension Course: “Religion and Society in Ancient Egypt” (in Spanish). Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. November 2nd - 18th.
  • Course of “History Today. Methodological and Documentary Actualization” (in Spanish). Departamento de Historia. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Subject: Ancient Oriental History. Buenos Aires. October 23rd.
  • Conference about the First Handwritings in the Ancient Near East. Seminar: “Books and the Libraries” (in Spanish), Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. June 5th.

2002

  • Extension Course: “Ancient Egypt: a Millenary Civilization” (in Spanish), with the participation of Jorge Bedoya (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Marcelo Campagno (Universidad de Buenos Aires-Universidad Nacional de La Plata), Alicia Daneri de Rodrigo (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Universidad Nacional de La Plata), Roxana Flammini (Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina -CEHAO) and Javier Paysás (Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina -CEHAO). Buenos Aires. October 21st - 24th.
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