NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Home of the NearEasternArchaeology Yahoo! Group and the Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology

NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Home of the NearEasternArchaeology Yahoo! Group and the Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology

NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Home of the NearEasternArchaeology Yahoo! Group and the Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology

NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Home of the NearEasternArchaeology Yahoo! Group and the Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology

NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Home of the NearEasternArchaeology Yahoo! Group and the Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology

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NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

NearEasternArchaeology.com was created to fill a need of scholars, students, and professional archaeologists for a clearing house for information pertaining to the archaeology of the ancient Near East from North Africa in the west to Iran in the East.

NearEasternArchaeology.com provides a number of services. Users can have created for them a personal webpage with a brief biography, contact information (if desired) and recommended links and reading material. Ideally, this will make it possible for those interested in the ancient Near East (particularly beginners) to better know who else shares their interests. Other websites may also submit their URLs for linking to this site in the hopes of creating an easily navigable web of sites dealing with the ancient Near East.

Most importantly, however, is NearEasternArchaeology.com ‘s Yahoo! Group Page where users can post and read about useful links, upcoming events, and current news relating to the archaeology of the region. They may also join in discussions there of the archaeology of the region.

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(AS OF 7 MARCH 2005)

1) Ad hominem attacks will not be tolerated. Any postings containing personal attacks will be rejected by the moderator. Please think carefully about what you post before you hit the send button. What may not be meant as offensive may be taken to be that way by a more sensitive reader.

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Articles

Early Dynastic II

From OnlineEncyclopedia

The Early Dynastic II consists primarily of mythological kings of Sumer, followed by actual kings of ca. the 26th and 25th centuries BCE. Many rulers known from contemporary inscriptions are not found in the Sumerian King List. Conspicuously absent from this list are the priest-rulers of Lagash, who are known directly from inscriptions from ca. the 25th century BC

"After the flood had swept over, and the kingship had descended from heaven, the kingship was in Kish."

Anzu

From OnlineEncyclopedia

Father of Enna-Il, Early Dynastic II period king of Kish.

Online Encyclopedia

AN ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY MODELLED AFTER WIKIPEDIA USING MEDIAWIKI.

Members will be able to create and edit articles on subjects in Near Eastern archaeology. Eventually it is hoped through collaborative effort that this will create a comprehensive encyclopedia of articles on subjects of interest to our membership.

The Online Encyclopedia will always be a work in progress and in order to function it must have contributions from our members and users. Please contribute whatever and whenever you can. In the end, ideally every topic will have a substantial and comprehensive article associated with it but in the meantime even an insubstatntial stub is a beginning. Writing a stub can take as little as 30 seconds. The time involved is minimal. So please, add whatever you can, whenever you can and make this project work

ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Welcome to NearEasternArchaeology.com's[1] (http://neareasternarchaeology.com) Online Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology. This encyclopedia will grow as people add new entries and edit extant ones. Anyone who wants to should feel free to add to this encylopedia's content and to make requests for new entries. The entire idea of a Mediawiki-based encyclopedia is that the members who use it will act as a sort of refereeing system that will maintain the quality of articles.

Articles should reflect topics of relevance to the mission of this encyclopedia. The ancient Near East is broadly defined here as including the areas of the following modern regions: the Mediterranean coastal regions of Africa; Egypt; Sudan; Israel; Jordan; the Palestinian Authority; Syria; Lebanon; Turkey; Iraq; Iran; the Arabian Peninsula; Pakistan; Afghanistan; and India . Articles may reflect subjects spanning the first appearance of early hominids in the ancient Near East to the end of the Ottoman Empire. Articles deeemed irrelevant by the WikiSysops will be removed. Please attempt to avoid any modern political issues and keep articles as scholarly in outlook as possible.

Please note that all contributions to the Online Encyclopedia are considered to be released under the GNU Free Documentation License (see OnlineEncyclopedia:Copyrights for details)[2] (http://www.neareasternarchaeology.com/encyclopedia/index.php/OnlineEncyclopedia:Copyrights). If you don't want your writing to be edited mercilessly and redistributed at will, then don't submit it here. You are also promising us that you wrote this yourself, or copied it from a public domain or similar free resource. DO NOT SUBMIT COPYRIGHTED WORK WITHOUT PERMISSION!

Create New Article

From OnlineEncyclopedia

There are several ways to create a new article.

[Using an already extant link.]As you're reading through articles, you will see clickable links to pages that haven't been written yet. Links to unwritten pages appear in red. Click on the link, and you'll arrive at a page that says:

You've followed a link to a page that doesn't exist yet. To create the page, start typing in the box below:

Just start typing your article in the edit-box. When you're finished, click the "show preview" button to check what the page will look like first and to check that you haven't made any errors. Then click the "Save" button at the bottom of the page.

Frode Fjerdingstad, Photographer, was born in Oslo in 1975. He studied photography at the London College of Printing. Frode has exhibited his work at the Notting Hill Arts Club, ICA London and at several other occations in London and Oslo. He was a finalist at the Diesel New Art exhibition in Oslo 2005. He has also conrtibuted to STÆRK, a DVD which was part of Creative Review, May issue 2005. The DVD was a production of the Norwegian Embassy in London to promote Norwegian Artists in the U.K. He has published work in magazines such as: The Guardian Weekend, Dazed & Confused, Amjus, Super Magazine, Nuke Magazine.

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