Assyriologie und Hethitologie

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  • 2023: „On Lapis Lazuli and Linen in Šuruppag Texts. An Analysis Through the Lens of Ebla Studies“, Studia Eblaitica 9, 160–166.
  • 2023: „Mathematical Scripts at Ebla (3rd millennium BC). Writing Numbers as the Result of Linguistic Combination and Cultural Contamination“, in: S. Fontana [u. a.] (Hg.), Margins and Forgotten Places. Proceedings of the interdisciplinary Ph. D. conference (Verona, 17-19 May 2021). Studi e ricerche 189 (Alessandria: Dell’Orso) 69–78.
  • 2024: A. Catagnoti / E. Cianfanelli / F. Gori / M. Bonechi: „The Value of Food: Historical, Prosopographical and Quantitative Aspects of the Final Letters and Related Texts from Ebla Palace G (3rd Millennium BC),“ in: S. de Martino [u. a.] (Hg.), Eating and Drinking in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the 67ᵗʰ Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Turin, 12–16 July 2021. dubsar 33 (Münster: Zaphon) 215–226.
  • (im Druck) „The King Says: ‘He Has Given the Gold; Thus, Change it at 2 and ½!’. On Gold to Silver Conversions in the Ebla Texts“, in: M. Bonechi (Hg.), Proceedings of the Workshop of the Rome research unit of the PRIN 2017 “Big Data and Early Archives (Big-DEA)”. Of numbers and magnitudes. Measure and value in pre-Sargonic Ebla (Rome, 31 March – 1 April 2022). Documenta Asiana 12 (Roma: Quasar).
  • (im Druck) Rezension zu M. Krebernik / J.J.W. Lisman, The Sumerian Zame Hymns from Tell Abū Ṣalābīḫ. With an Appendix on the Early Dynastic Colophons. dubsar 12. In: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und Vorderasiatische Archäologie.