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This paper focuses on a peculiar class of objects found in the area of the Iron Age Temple AI on the acropolis of Tell Afis, in north-western Syria. Funnels with a flat exterior, sometimes covered with a whitish-green glaze, have been found all
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  Proceedingsof the 7 th International Congresson the Archaeologyof the Ancient Near East 12 April – 16 April 2010,the British Museum and UCL, LondonVolume 2Ancient & Modern Issues in Cultural HeritageColour & Light in Architecture, Art & Material CultureIslamic ArchaeologyEdited byRoger Matthews and John Curtis with the collaboration of Michael Seymour, Alexandra Fletcher,Alison Gascoigne, Claudia Glatz, St John Simpson, Helen Taylor, Jonathan Tubb and Rupert Chapman 2012 Harrassowitz Verlag · Wiesbaden Matthews ICAANE 7, Vol 2.indd Abs13 Matthews ICAANE 7, Vol 2.indd Abs13 19.01.2012 09:03:47 19.01.2012 09:03:47  Bibliografische Information der Deutschen NationalbibliothekDie Deutsche Nationalbibliothek verzeichnet diese Publikation in der DeutschenNationalbibliografie; detaillierte bibliografische Daten sind im Internetüber http://dnb.d-nb.de abrufbar.Bibliographic information published by the Deutsche NationalbibliothekThe Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the DeutscheNationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data are available in the internetat http://dnb.d-nb.de. For further information about our publishing program consult ourwebsite http://www.harrassowitz-verlag.de© Otto Harrassowitz GmbH & Co. KG, Wiesbaden 2012This work, including all of its parts, is protected by copyright.Any use beyond the limits of copyright law without the permissionof the publisher is forbidden and subject to penalty. This appliesparticularly to reproductions, translations, microfilms and storageand processing in electronic systems.Printed on permanent/durable paper.Printing and binding: Memminger MedienCentrum AGPrinted in GermanyISBN 978-3-447-06685-3 Cover illustration: Lions depicted on the Assyrian palace reliefsof Assurbanipal, 7th century BC, from Nineveh, Iraq. Matthews ICAANE 7, Vol 2.indd Abs14 Matthews ICAANE 7, Vol 2.indd Abs14 19.01.2012 09:03:47 19.01.2012 09:03:47  Contents F oreword   oF   the e ditors .............................................................................. xi P rogramme   oF   the C ongress ....................................................................... xiii VoLUMe tWo a  nCient & m odern i ssues   in C ultural h eritage P eter  s tone ‘Wh evry’ Culpabl, I Ay Guily?’ Rpibiliy fr h Cultural Heritage Before, During, and After Armed Conict .......................... 3 s ilvana d i P aolo   Historical, Topographical, Mental Paths: Cypriot Antiquities InsidePrivate and Public Museums .........................................................................1 5 Y itzhak  P az   School Children and Agency for Public Engagement in CulturalHeritage Projects: Some Observations from the Communal Excavationat Tel Bareqet, Israel ......................................................................................3 3 z eYad   al -s alameen   Pressing Issues Concerning Tourism Development, Site Managementand Archaeological Conservation at Petra, Southern Jordan .........................4 5  n aoíse m aC s weeneY   A Land Without Autochthons:   Anatolian Archaeology in the Early Twentieth Century ................................6 3 Ç iğdem A tAkumAn   Heritage as a Matter of Prestige:   A Synopsis of the State Heritage Discourse and Practice in Turkey ............7 3 F abriCe   de b aCker    Early Dynastic and Neo-Assyrian Cultural Heritage and Conict:   ‘Us as Them’ or ‘Us and Them’? ...................................................................81 b rigitte P edde Ancient Near Eastern Motifs in the European Art of the TwentiethCentury AD ....................................................................................................8 9 a liCe b ianChi   Perspectives of Near Eastern Archaeology between Academic Researchand Cultural Heritage Management .............................................................101  C vi s hereen r  atnagar    Frameworks for the Study of the Morphology of Indus Towns:   Indian Heritage or Cross-Cultural Analogy? ...............................................111 m aria g abriella m iCale    Near-Eastern Archaeology Under Siege:   from Real Destruction to Virtual Reconstruction ........................................127 a shleY s ands , k  ristin b utler  The Next Generation Project: Mobilizing Social Networks for Heritage-Focused International Cooperation ..............................................................13 9 C olour  & l ight   in a rChiteCture , a rt & m aterial C ulture i  ntroduCtion ...........................................................................................................152i rene J. w inter    GOLD! Divine Light and Lustre in Ancient Mesopotamia .........................15 3 s ergeY a. Y atsenko Colour Combinations in the Costume of Three Pre-Islamic Dynasties of Iran against the Background of the Synchronous Iranian World .................17 3 g iorgio a FFanni    New Light (and Colour) on the Arslan Tash Ivories:Studying 1  Millennium BC Ivories ............................................................19 3 s t J ohn s imPson , J anet a mbers , g iovanni v erri , t hibaut d eviese , J o k  irbY   Painted Parthian Stuccoes from Southern Iraq ............................................20 9 m artina z anon The Symbolism of Colours in Mesopotamia and the Importance of Light .............................................................................................................221 d uygu Ç Amurcuoğlu Colourful Technologies:   A Technical Study of the Colours on Çatalhöyük Wall Paintings ...............24 5 F ranCes P innoCk  Colours and Light in the Royal Palace G of Early Syrian Ebla ...................271 a lessandro d i l udoviCo , m arCo r  amazzotti   White, Red and Black: Technical Relationships and Stylistic Perceptions between Colours, Lights and Places ............................................................287 s ara P izzimenti   Colours in Late Bronze Mesopotami a : Some Hints on Wall Paintingsfrom Nuzi, Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta and Dur Kurigalzu ...................................30 3 P aola P oli    New Interpretations of the Neo-Assyrian Wall Paintings from the Palaceof Tell Masaikh-Kar-Assurnasirpal .............................................................31 9  C vii k  ourosh a Fhami , w olFgang g ambke   Colour and Light in the Architecture of Persepolis .....................................33 5 C eCilY h ennessY   The Chapel of Saint Jacob at the Church of the Theotokos Chalkoprateiain Istanbul ....................................................................................................351 i gnaCio a rCe   Aestheticising Politics, Politicising Aesthetics:Colour and Light in Architecture at   Qasr al-Hallabat (Jordan) from LateAntiquity to the Umayyad Period ................................................................367 a  ndrea b eCker    Colour and Light in Abbasid Palaces:Interior Decoration for Harun ar-Rashid .....................................................391 m iChael J ung , P ietro m oioli , F abrizio P ierdominiCi , C laudio s eCCaroni Techniques and Pigments Used for the Wall Paintings of the Masğid–iJom‘e at Isfahan.   A First Preliminary Review .............................................40 5 m artina r  ugiadi ‘As for the Colours, Look at a Garden in Spring ’ Polychrome Marble in the Ghaznavid Architectural Decoration .................42 5 t allaY o rnan   The Role of Gold in Royal Representation:The Case of a Bronze Statue from Hazor ....................................................44 5 s ebastiano s oldi    Notes on Green Glazed Funnels from the Iron Age Temple AI at TellAs ...............................................................................................................45 9 d avid b en -s hlomo , a vshalom k  arasik  , u zY s milanskY   Computerized Rendering of Painted Decoration on Pottery ........................47 9 r  ebeCCa b ridgman , g raeme e arl Experiencing Lustre: Polynomial Texture Mapping of Medieval Potteryat the Fitzwilliam Museum .........................................................................497 i slamiC a rChaeologY i  ntroduCtion ...........................................................................................................515l idewiJde d e J ong Resettling the Steppe:The Archaeology of the Balikh Valley in the Early Islamic Period .............517 m andY m ottram   Settlers, Hermits, Nomads and Monks:Evolving Landscapes at the Dawn of the Islamic Era .................................53 3
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