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 +** Rituals ** 
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 +//Title//: Ambos, C., and L. Verderame, //Approaching Rituals in Ancient Cultures. Questioni di rito: rituali come fonte di conoscenza delle religioni e delle concezioni del mondo nelle culture antiche . LXXXVI. 2 SUPPLEMENTI ALLA «RIVISTA DEGLI STUDI ORIENTALI»//, Pisa: Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2013.
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 +//Keywords//: building rituals - ideological function - find spots - 1st millennium BC - rites of passage - ancient - changing status -  moving - space - bīt rimki - substitute king - ritual - Hathor - reception - royal - divine rituals - Egypt - river - oven - garden - female body - fertility - Late Babylonian - figurines - embodiment - gender studies - beggar on the threshold - social identity  - Homer - Homeric epic -rites of passage - ritual syntax - Emar - queen - Ancient Israel - art - visual arts  grammar of rituals - sensory dimension - Akkadian rituals - ritualisation of war - bellum - sacral implications
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 +//Abstract//: Ritual, in the past decades, has gained a central role in the study of religions and societies, and so has achieved the status of an independent and inter-/cross-disciplinary field of research. Ritual studies have proposed new and stimulating interpretative theories and approaches, which, however, only partially satisfy the needs of scholars working in the area of ancient civilizations. This is due to the fact that these theories are often derived from scientific disciplines, for example anthropology, which leave the historical dimension separate or limited to the recent past. Scholars of ancient civilizations are working from different perspectives, insofar as they have to draw on archaeological and written evidence from long-gone cultures. It was the aim of this conference: to stimulate a fruitful scientific exchange between young scholars from different disciplines working on rituals dealing with ancient cultures, such as Assyriology, Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology, Egyptology, or Classical Studies. All these fields can draw on diverse archaeological and written sources, and also research cultures that are characterized by a longue durée of centuries or even millennia. Both in chronological and geographical respects, the articles published in this volume cover a vast area: Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria, Israel, Anatolia, Greece and the Phoenicians in the Mediterranean area. 
  
 ** Ras Shamra XXI, Études ougaritiques III ** ** Ras Shamra XXI, Études ougaritiques III **
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