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    Lehrstuhl für Altorientalistik

    Publikationen Bach

    A. Monographien

    1. Untersuchungen zur transtextuellen Poetik der assyrischen herrschaftlich-narrativen Texte (State Archives of Assyria Studies 30), Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, 2020.

    B. Artikel

    1. Berossos, Antiochos und die Babyloniaka, Ancient West & East 12 (2013), 157-180.
    2. LKA 64: A possible Royal Song (zamar šarri) celebrating the Trans-Euphratian Victories of Aššurnaṣirpal II’s 9th Campaign, Ugarit-Forschungen 49 (2018), 1-28.
    3. A Transtextual View on the “Underworld Vision of an Assyrian Prince”, in: Panayotov, S. / Vacín, L. (ed.): Mesopotamian Medicine and Magic (FS Geller), 69-92, Leiden: Brill, 2018.
    4. Drachen in Mesopotamien; in: May, M. / Baumann, M. / Baumgartner, R. /Eder, T. (eds.): Den Drachen denken, 27-47, Bielefeld: transcript, 2019.
    5. Royal literary identity under the Sargonids and the Epic of Gilgameš, in: Töyräänvuori, J. (eds.): The Construction of Identity in the Ancient World, WdO 50/2 (2020), 318-338.
    6. From the Armory of Narrative Art: The Intertextuality of Mythological Epics in Mesopotamia [Rezensionsartikel zu Wisnom 2019 “Weapons of Words”]; in: Bibliotheca Orientalis 78 (2021) 24–38.

    C. Rezensionen

    1. Irene Madreiter, 2012, „Stereotypisierung – Idealisierung – Indifferenz.Formen der Auseinandersetzung mit dem Achaimeniden-Reich in der griechischen Persika-Literatur (Classica et Orientalia, Bd. 4.)“, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, Archiv für Orientforschung 53 (2015), 285-287.
    2. Rollinger et al. (Hrsg.), 2011, „Herodot und das persische Weltreich (Classicaet Orientalia, Bd. 3.)“, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, Archiv für Orientforschung 53 (2015), 370-372.
    3. The Royal Inscriptions of Ashurbanipal (668–631 BC), Aššur-etel-ilāni (630–627 BC), and Sîn-šarra-iškun (626–612 BC), Kings of Assyria, Part 1. By Jamie Novotny and Joshua Jeffers. The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period Volume 5/1. University Park, MD: Eisenbrauns, 201, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 79/1 (2020), 125-127.

    D. Eingereicht bzw. in Druck

    1. An Outline of a Methodology for the Transtextual Analysis of Assyrian Royal Narrative Texts [Shehata, D. et al. (ed.s); Proceedings WS "How to tell a story" RAI 2017], in Druck
    2. Similes as a literary means of narrative identity construction in Neo-Assyrian royal narrative texts. [Bach, J. /Fink, S. (eds.): The King as a Nodal Point of Neo-Assyrian Identity], in Druck
    3. Emotions in Royal Narrative Texts: An Overview [Sonik, K. / Steinert, U. (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Emotions in the Ancient Near East.], eingereicht
    4. The Representation of the “Other” in “Sargon’s Eight Campaign”, [Pallavidini, M. / Portuese, L. (ed.), a volume on Ideology], eingereicht
    5. An Analytical Catalogue of Pre-Neo-Assyrian Similes and Literal Comparisons [State Archives of Assyria Bulletin], eingereicht