Davide Nadali

Pubblicazioni

Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
Archeologia della Siria antica 2021
Review of Rezension zu: Elisabeth Wagner-Durand – Julia Linke (Hgg.), Tales of Royalty. Notions of Kingship in Visual and Textual Narration in the Ancient Near East. Ber­lin/Boston: De Gruyter 2020, 325 S., 31 s/w-Abb., 19 farb. Abb., EUR 99,95. ISBN: 978-1-5015-1555-2 GÖTTINGER FORUM FÜR ALTERTUMSWISSENSCHAFT 2021
La arqueología en el Cercano Oriente Nacimiento, desarrollo y perspectivas a lo largo del tiempo Temas y problemas de historia antiguo–oriental. Una introducción 2021
Cities in the Water: Waterscape and Evolution of Urban Civilisation in Southern Mesopotamia as Seen from Tell Zurghul, Iraq Southern Iraq's Marshes. Their Environment and Conservation 2021
To Fear or Not to Fear: The Power of an Emotion – A Response DIE WELT DES ORIENTS 2021
To See or Not to See. The Issue of Visuality in Ancient Near Eastern Art Images of Queens, High Priestesses, and Other Elite Women in the 3rd Millennium BC Headscarf and Veiling. Glimpses from Sumer to Islam 2021
Ex Oriente...musica Dal Levante l'astro nascente. L'Orient et l'Opéra / L'Oriente e l'Opera 2021
La Siria e la Mesopotamia Archeologia della Siria antica 2021
L’architettura difensiva Archeologia della Siria antica 2021
L’architettura domestica Archeologia della Siria antica 2021
The Seal of the Princess? Hypothesis on an Old Syrian Cylinder Seal from Ebla STUDIA EBLAITICA 2021
Smells, Flavours, and Sounds: a Sensory Analysis of Feasting in Third Millennium Mesopotamian Iconography MESOPOTAMIA 2021
How ancient and modern memory shapes the past. A canon of Assyrian memory Testing the canon of Ancient Near Eastern art and archaeology 2020
A soft step and a little drop. On the acoustic experience of the Early Bronze Age temple of the rock at Ebla Sensing the past. Detecting the use of the five senses in Ancient Near Eastern contexts 2020
Sensing the Past. Detecting the Use of the Five Senses in Ancient Near Eastern Contexts 2020
The (in)visibility of archaeology Receptions of the Ancient Near East in popular culture and beyond 2020
Assyrian stories of war: The Reinvention of battles through visual narratives STATE ARCHIVES OF ASSYRIA. BULLETIN 2020
The Italian Archaeological Excavations at Tell Zurghul, ancient Nigin, Iraq. Final Report of the Seasons 2015-2017 2020
Area B: stratigraphy and architecture of the temples mound at Tell Zurghul, Iraq The Italian archaeological excavations at Tell Zurghul, Ancient Nigin, Iraq. Final report of the season 2015-2017 2020
Area D: stratigraphy and architecture of the “Mountain lifted above all (other) houses” at Tell Zurghul, ancient Nigin, Iraq The Italian archaeological excavations at Tell Zurghul, Ancient Nigin, Iraq. Final report of the season 2015-2017 2020

ERC

  • SH5_1
  • SH5_7
  • SH5_8
  • SH5_9
  • SH6
  • SH6_1
  • SH6_2
  • SH6_3
  • SH6_6
  • SH6_10
  • SH6_14

Interessi di ricerca

My main interests of research concern: art, architecture and urbanism in the Assyrian period; the study of ancient warfare; the use, meaning and reception of the production of images and pictures in ancient Mesopotamia and Syria with articles as single author and co-authored studies on the impact of pictures in ancient societies; the incipient urbanism in ancient Mesopotamia and the Early Dynastic Period (third millennium BC) of ancient southern Mesopotamia.

Keywords

archaeology of the Near East
art of ancient Near East
Near Eastern archaeology
ancient Mesopotamia
archaeology
Ancient Near East
3D cultures
Cultural Heritage
archaeological heritage
Exhibit experience
Abandoned heritage
archaeological excavation
Field Survey & Excavations

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