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Enrique Jiménez

1. Monografien
   1.1. Autor
   1.2. Herausgeber
2. Aufsätze und Kurznotizen
2.1. Aufsätze
2.2. Kurznotizen
2.3. In Vorbereitung
3. Beiträge zu Lexika und Nachschlagewerken
4. Populärwissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen
5. Elektronische Veröffentlichungen

1.1. Autor

  1. 2017 : The Babylonian Disputation Poems. With Editions of Palm and Vine, the Series of the Poplar, the Series of the Spider, and the Story of the Poor, Forlorn Wren (Leiden: Brill). DOI: 10.1163/9789004336261
  2. 2013 : La imagen de los vientos en la literatura babilónica (“The Image of the Winds in Babylonian Literature”), Madrid (Dissertation). http://eprints.ucm.es/26391/

1.2. Herausgeber

  1. 1. 2019 : E. Jiménez/C. Mittermayer (Hg.), Disputation Literature in the Near East and Beyond, in Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records, De Gruyter (2019)nach ob

2.1. Aufsätze

  1. i. E. : “Two Foxy Notes” (für eine in Kürze erscheinende Festschrift)
  2. i. E. : U. Gabbay/E. Jiménez, “Cultural Imports and Local Products in the Commentaries from Uruk. The case of the Gimil-Sîn family,” Ch. Proust/J. Steele (Hg.) Scholars and Scholarship in Late Babylonian Uruk (Berlin: Springer)
  3. i. E. : “An Almost Irresistible Target. Parodying the Theodicy in Babylonian Literature,” T. Oshima (ed.) Teaching Morality in Antiquity (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck), 124–133
  4. i. E. : A. M. Butts/E. Jiménez “Good News (šimûtu)!,” Journal of the American Oriental Society 138 (2018)
  5. i. E. : A. A. Fadhil/E. Jiménez, “Literarische Bruchstücke aus Uruk. Teil 2: Zwei Tafeln für die Berechnung des adannu,” Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 11
  6. 2018 : “Highway to Hell. The Winds as Cosmic Conveyances in Mesopotamian Incantation Texts,” G. van Buylaere, M. Luukko, D. Schwemer, and A. Merstens-Wagschal (eds.), Sources of Evil: Studies in Mesopotamian Exorcistic Lore (Ancient Magic and Divination 15; Leiden: Brill), 316–350. DOI: 10.1163/9789004373341
  7. 2018 : “New Fragments and Extracts of Akkadian Disputations and Fables Chiefly from Babylonian Schools,” Orientalia 87/2 (2018), 147-158
  8. 2018 : “‘As Your Name Indicates’. Philological Arguments in Akkadian Disputations,” Journal of Near Eastern History 5 (2018), 87–105. DOI: 10.1515/janeh-2018-0007
  9. 2017 : A. A. Fadhil/E. Jiménez, “Literarische Bruchstücke aus Uruk, Teil I: Die W 25366-Tafeln,” Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 10, 158-173. ISBN: 978 3 8030 0224 2
  10. 2017 : E. Jiménez/E. Schmidtchen, “Explaining Diagnosis. Two New Commentaries on the Diagnostic Series Sagig,” Welt des Orients 47, 216-241. DOI: 10.13109/wdor.2017.47.2.216
  11. 2016 : C. Liu/E. Jiménez, “Cuneiform Texts at the University of Wyoming,” Akkadica 137/2, 195-202. ISSN: 1378-5087
  12. 2016 : “May the Reader Not Withhold the Tablet! On a Formula in Late Babylonian Colophons”, Babel und Bibel 9, 227-239. ISBN: 978 1 57506 448 2
  13. 2016 : “Four Neo-Assyrian Slave Sale Records from Marqasi (Kahramanmaraş) in the Erimtan Museum (Ankara) and Elsewhere,” with S. Adalı and K. Radner, in Altorientalische Forschungen 42/2, 153-172. DOI: 10.1515/aofo-2015-0014
  14. 2016 : E. Jiménez/A. Fıstıkçi/S. F. Adalı, “Two Neo-Assyrian Slave Sale Records from Marqasi (Kahramanmaraş) in a Collection at Gaziantep,” Altorientalische Forschungen 42/2, 173-183. DOI: 10.1515/aofo-2015-0015
  15. 2016 : “Loose Threads of Tradition. Two Late Hemerological Compilations,” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 68, 197-227. DOI: 10.5615/jcunestud.68.2016.0197
  16. 2015 : E. Frahm/E. Jiménez, “Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I-VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names,” Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 4/3, 293-343. DOI: 10.1628/219222715X14507102280856
  17. 2015 : E. Jiménez/S. F. Adalı, “The ‘Prostration Hemerology’ Revisited. An Everyman’s Hemerology at the King’s Court,” Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 105, 154-191. DOI: 10.1515/za-2015-0025
  18. 2014 : “New fragments of Gilgameš and other literary texts from Kuyunjik,” Iraq 76, 99-121. DOI: 10.1017/irq.2014.2 [Granted First Prize by the International Assyriology Association for the first article published after PhD]
  19. 2013 : “‘The Creation of the King’: A Reappraisal,” Kaskal. Rivista di storia, ambienti e culture del Vicino Oriente Antico 10, 235-254. DOI: 10.1400/217189nach oben

2.2. Kurznotizen

  1. i. E. : “Sayings of Kings and Scholars”, Aula Orientalis
  2. 2018 : “Marginalia on the Cuneiform Commentaries Project. No. 1: A Proverb from the Series Sidu,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (NABU), 2018/46
  3. 2018 : “Exit the ‘Oath with the Feet of a Goat’,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (NABU) 2018/27
  4. 2017 : “A Kassite Seal Addressed to Marduk”, Aula Orientalis 35/1, 176-177. ISSN: 0212-5730
  5. 2015 : “A playful writing of the name of Babylon,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (NABU), 2015/81
  6. 2014 : “On the Commentary to the Code of Hammurapi and the Babylonian God of Ordeals,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (NABU), 2014/84
  7. 2013 : “Three Colophons,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (NABU), 2013/92

2.3. In Vorbereitung

  1. E. Frahm/M. Frazer/E. Jiménez, Cuneiform Commentaries from Babylonia and Assyria, in Writings from the Ancient World, SBL Press.
  2. First Millennium BCE Literary Texts in the Frau Professor Hilprecht Collection, Jena
  3. The Aluzinnu Text: An Ancient Mesopotamian Omnibus Parody (langfristiges Projekt)
  4. Three Babylonian Classic Hymns to Marduk (langfristiges Projekt)
  5. A. A. Fadhil/E. Jiménez, “Literarische Bruchstücke aus Uruk. Teil 3: Fragmente astrologischer und terrestricher Omina”
  6. A. A. Fadhil/E. Jiménez, “Literary Texts from the Sippar Library I: Two Wisdom Texts”
  7. “An Extract from Atraḫasīs in an Achaemenid School Tablet from Nippur. On Literary Education in Neo-Babylonian Nippur”
  8. “Young Anu-bēlšunu. Two Rare Tablets From Hellenistic Uruk”nach oben

3. Beiträge zu Lexika und Nachschlagewerken

  1. i. E. : “Marduk,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception

4. Populärwissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen

  1. i. E. : “Mesopotamian Literature,” E. Frahm/A. W. Lassen/K. Wagensonner (Hg.) Catalogue of the Exhibition Mesopotamia Speaks
  2. 2014 : E. Jiménez/K. Swales/J. Taylor/J. Whitson Cloud, “Jigsaws of history,” British Museum Magazine (2014), 46-48

5. Elektronische Veröffentlichungen

  1. Herausgeber von über einhundertfünfzig elektronischen Ausgaben von Kommentaren, die ab Juli 2017 auf der “Cuneiform Commentaries Project”-Website (https://ccp.yale.edu) hochgeladen sind:
  2. Herausgeber von, u.a., “Commentary on Theodicy (CCP no. 1.4)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P404917), “Commentary on Ālu 22-23 (CCP no. 3.5.22.A.b)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461301), “Commentary on Marduk’s Address (CCP no. 2.2.1.B)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461231), und “Commentary on Enūma Anu Enlil 16-19 (CCP no. 3.1.16)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461229).
  3. Herausgeber von vielen bisher unveröffentlichten Tafeln, z.B. “Divine Names A (CCP no. 7.1.6.A.b)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461230), “Commentary on Namburbi (CCP no. 2.3)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461166), und “Commentary on Sagig 18 (CCP no. 4.1.18)” (https://ccp.yale.edu/P461278).nach oben