PUBLIKATIONEN| Cinzia Pappi


Monografien

The Religious Landscape and the Cultic Itineraries of Mari (Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien), Harrassowitz (in Vorbereitung).

Excavations at Satu Qala 2010-2011 (in Vorbereitung).

Gli itinerari di culto nelletà di Mari, PhD Dissertation, University of Udine 2007.

Cuneiform Texts of the Iraq Museum. A Preliminary Catalogue. Neo-Assyrian Texts from Nimrud, Part I (Materiali per il Vocabolario Sumerico 14), Roma 2004.

 

Herausgeberschaft

In Zusammenarbeit mit G. B. Lanfranchi, D. Morandi Bonacossi und S. Ponchia, Leggo! Sudies presented to Prof. Frederick Mario Fales on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien 2), Harrassowitz 2012.

In Zusammenarbeit mit S. Bonzano und N. Morello, Beyond Military: Fortifications and Territorial Policies in the Ancient Near East (Ancient Warfare, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East Series), Brill (in Vorbereitung).

 

Artikel

Twin Cities: the Territorial Dynamics of Paired Fortresses, in: S. Bonzano, N. Morello, C. Pappi (eds.), Beyond Military: Fortifications and Territorial Policies in the Ancient Near East (Ancient Warfare, sub series of CANE), Brill (in Vorbereitung).

The City of Idu between Assyria and a Mountain Place, in: V. Herrmann, C. Tyson (eds.), Imperial Peripheries: Archaeology, History, and Society on the Edge of the Neo-Assyrian, University Press of Colorado (in Vorbereitung).

Mit L. Ristvet, Satu Qala: Stratigraphy and Material Culture of the Assyrian and Post-Assyrian Phases, in: K. Kopanias and John MacGinnis (eds.), The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Adjacent Regions, Oxford: Archaeopress (in Vorbereitung).

Mit L. Ristvet, Illuminating a dark age: new work at Satu Qala, Iraq, in: Expedition 56 (2014) 8-9.

In the Field: The Satu Qala Project, in: Mār Šiprim 2014/1.

Mit W. H. Van Soldt – K. Ahmad – C.W. Hess – A. Wossink, Tell Satu Qala: A Preliminary Report of the Seasons 2010-2011, in: Anatolica 39 (2013), 197-239.

Assyrians at the Lower Zab, in: G.B. Lanfranchi – D. Morandi Bonacossi – C. Pappi – S. Ponchia (eds.), Leggo! Studies presented to Prof. Frederick Mario Fales on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien 2), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2012, 577-591.

Ein verlorener Palast im wilden Kurdistan, in: Leipziger Universitätsjournal 2012/1.

The Religious Landscape of Qatna during the Mari Period, in: D. Morandi Bonacossi (ed.), Qatna I: Urban and Natural Landscapes of an Ancient Syrian Capital Settlement and Environment at Tell Mishrifeh/Qatna and in Central-Western Syria (SAQ 1), Udine: Forum 2008, 319-328.

Religion and Politics at the Divine Table: the Cultic Travels of Zimrī-Līm, in: G. Wilhelm (ed.), Proceedings of the 54th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns 2012.

The Jebel Bishri in the Physical and Cultural Landscape of the Ancient Near East, in: KASKAL 3 (2006), 241-256.

Catalogue of the Tell Shiukh Fawqani Texts, in: L. Bachelot – F. M. Fales (eds.), Tell Shiukh Fawqani 1994-1998 (HANEM 6), Padova: Sargon 2005, 672-680.

Le tecniche di scavo del conte du Mesnil du Buisson: l’idea di uno scavo interdisciplinare, in: A. Guidi – S. Ponchia (eds.), Ricerche archeologiche in Italia e in Siria, Padova: Sargon 2004, 157-161.

Two Stone Inscriptions of Amar-Su’en, in: N.A.B.U 1999/2.

 

Beiträge zum Reallexikon der Assyriologie, M. P. Streck et al. (eds.), Berlin: De Gruyter

Zab (in Vorbereitung)

Waschen (im Druck)

Tuttul. Philologisch, RlA XIV/1-4 (2014) 233-236.

Thron, RlA XIII/7-8 (2013) 633-635.

Taškimama, RlA XIII/5-6 (2012).

Sillī-Sîn von Ešnunna, RlA XII/7/8 (2011) 498.

Sphinx, RlA XII/7-8 (2011) 643-645.

Spiegel, RlA XII/7-8 (2011) 645-646.

Seife(npflanze), RlA XII/5-6 (2010) 353-354.

Šennam von Uršum, RlA XII/5-6 (2010) 391.

Šepraru, RlA XII/5-6 (2010) 393.

Salbe, Salbengefäß, RlA XI/7-8 (2008) 572-574.

 

Entries for the Encyclopedia of Ancient History, R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine, S. Huebner (eds.), London/New York: Wiley-Blackwell 2012

Ninurta

Shamash (Utu)

Sin (Nanna)