The JOURNAL OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS (JAC) is published annually by the Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations (Northeast Normal University, Changchun, Jilin Province, People’s Republic of China).
JAC provides a forum for the discussion of various aspects of the cultural and historical processes in the Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean world, encompassing studies of individual civilizations as well as common elements, contacts and interactions among them (e.g., in such traditional fields as Assyriology, Classics, Egyptology, Hittitology, and Sinology among others). JAC aims to publish the work of international scholars while also providing a showcase for the finest Chinese scholarship, and so welcomes articles dealing with history, philology, art, archaeology and linguistics which are intended to illuminate the material culture and society of the ancient Near East, the Mediterranean region, and ancient China. Articles discussing other cultures will be considered for publication only if they are clearly relevant to the ancient Mediterranean world, the Near East and China. Information about new discoveries and current scholarly events is also welcome. Publishers are encouraged to send articles or review copies of books in relevant fields in English, German, and French.
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Journal of Ancient Civilizations
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Volume 29, 2014
Shi, Ningzhong: A Logic Originating from Yin-yang and Formed in Dao: A Tentative Study of the Logic of Thinking in Laozi (1–22)
Wu, Yuhong: Some Cuneiform Tablets in Jerusalem (23–30)
Engsheden, Åke: Creating an Etymology for Coptic tamio (31–35)
Ridealgh, Kim: The Cohesive Nature of the Late Ramesside Letters (36–49)
Winkler, Andreas: On the Longevity of the χοαχύται in Thebes and Elsewhere (50–62)
Grote, Oliver: ‘The Twenty of the Polis’ and the Drerian Phylai (63–76)
Günther, Sven: Framing the Financial Thoughts of Aeneas Tacticus: New Approaches of Theory to Economic Discourses in Antiquity (77–86)
Müller, Sabine: Arrian and Visual Arts (87–101)
Obryk, Matylda: Reflections on Language in Aristophanes’ Frogs (102–111)
Günther, Sven: Miscellaneum Caesarianum Socio-oeconomicum: War with Words in Caes. BC 3.3.1–2 (112–113)
Alain SCHNAPP et al. (eds.). 2014. World Antiquarianism. Comparative Perspectives. Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute (Günther, Sven) (114–116)
Günther, Sven: Past and Future of IHAC: International Conference for the 30th Anniversary of the Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations (117–120)