Transmission et vivacité des traditions céramiques locales durant l’occupation assyrienne. Le cas du bas Moyen-Euphrate syrien

Transmission et vivacité des traditions céramiques locales durant l’occupation assyrienne. Le cas du bas Moyen-Euphrate syrien

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S. SALMON, « Transmission et vivacité des traditions céramiques locales durant l’occupation assyrienne. Le cas du bas Moyen-Euphrate syrien », Res Antiquae 7, Bruxelles, 2010, p. 179-198.
 
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The excavations on the site of Tell Masaïkh (Syria) brought to light a ceramic material, dated the Iron Age II. His study allowed the identification of typologies belonging to the Neo-Assyrian tradition and others which are certainly local. These local traditions are indicative of the survival of an Aramaean society profoundly rooted in the valley of the Euphrates and resisting to the Assyrian absolutism. The existence and the vivacity of these cultural traditions give us a better articulated image of the Assyrian history, far from the ideological dimension characterizing the Assyrian royal inscriptions.
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