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Hallo, “The Birth of Kings,” in J. H. Marks and R. M. ), Love and Death in the Ancient Near East Essays in Honor of Marvin H. : Four Quarters Publishing Co. 1987), pp. 46–52. 20 Zainab Bahrani † the processes of sacred marriage and the eventual birth of an heir was surely theatrical rather than actual. It is well known from ritual texts that performative acts and performative utterances were central to Mesopotamian religious practices. ” 13 It is a communication that goes beyond indicating a pre-existing referent because while it seems to effectuate something at the moment of its utterance, it depends on citationality.
771. 35. Bietak and Hein, “The Context of White Slip Wares,” 8205M, 8441R, 8476H and 7944U, ﬁgs. 3, 11, 12. 36. Bietak and Hein, “The Context of White Slip Wares,” 7946F. 37. M. Bietak, “Die Chronologie Ägyptens und der Beginn der Mittleren Bronzezeit-Kultur,” Ägypten u. Levante III (1992), p. 31. Bietak proposed Ajjul, which he equates with Sharuhen, as the capital of the XVIth dynasty: M. Bietak, “The Center of Hyksos Rule: Avaris (Tell el-Dabºa),” in E. D. ), The Hyksos: New Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1997), p.
IV, part IC; Lund: The Swedish Cyprus Expedition, 1972), pp. 431– 71. The classiﬁcation system used here is based on Popham’s study. 20. ” The complete WS I catalogue is in Bergoffen, A Comparative Study. 28 Celia J. Bergoffen † Fig. 3. WS I framed lozenge style bowls, Tell el-Ajjul (Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority) (Photo: Bergoffen). 3. ladder lattice pattern style with a single ladder lattice at the rim, and 4. , hatched parallel lines) framing a row of lozenges. Other styles are represented in quantities of fewer than ﬁve vessels, for instance the: 1.