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role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics

Sarah C. Melville

role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics

by Sarah C. Melville

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Published by Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project in [Helsinki, Finland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naqia, -- Queen of Assyria, -- d. ca. 668 B.C,
  • Queens -- Assyria,
  • Assyria -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-121) and index

    Statementby Sarah C. Melville
    SeriesState archives of Assyria studies -- v.9
    ContributionsNeo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 125 p. :
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16984951M
    ISBN 109514590406

      Because Naqia sometimes adopted the Akkadian name Zakutu, a translation of Naqi'a, scholars have assumed that she was not native to Assyria. Some scholars suggest that Naqia was Hebrew while others contend that she was one of the women that Hezekiah sent to Sennacherib in BC.[1]. SAAS 9: Sarah C. Melville, The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics. () SAAS Beate Pongratz-Leisten, Herrschaftswissen in Mesopotamien: Formen der Kommunikation zwischen Gott und König im 2. und 1. Jahrtausend () SAAS Raija Mattila, The King’s Magnates: A Study of the Highest Officials of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.

    ‘The Ideological and Political Impact of the Assyrian Imperial Expansion on the Greek World in the 8th and 7th Centuries.’ The Heirs of Assyria: Proceedings of the Opening Symposium of the Assyrian and Babylonian Intellectual Heritage Project Held in Tvärminne, Finland, October , Melammu symposia: 7– The role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics The standard Babylonian myth of Nergal and Eres̆kigal: introduction, cuneiform text and transliteration with a translation, glossary and commentary The use of numbers and quantifications in the Assyrian royal inscriptions.

    Zakutu, Naqi'a-Zakutu) — жена ассирийского царя Синаххериба. [править] Биография. Известно, что Накия не была ассирийской, так как её аккадское имя Закуту было вторым, а родным — Накия. The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics. SaaS 9. helsinki: neo-assyrian text c SBL orpus Project, Press. xii abbreViationS SaaS 11 Mattila, raija. The King’s Magnates: A Study of the High-est Officials in the Neo-Assyrian Empire. SaaS helsinki.


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Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics by Sarah C. Melville Download PDF EPUB FB2

Zakutu (c. c BCE) was the Akkadian name of Naqia, a wife of King Sennacherib of Assyria, who reigned between she was not Sennacherib's queen, she bore him a son, Esarhaddon, who would succeed ruled as Queen after her son's death and was grandmother to his successor, King gs about Naqia-Zakutu Author: Joshua J.

Mark. There are more sources for Naqia/Zakutu, the mother of Esarhaddon and grandmother of Assurbanipal, than for all other Sargonid royal women combined. This work constitutes a reevaluation of these sources with an eye to determining which of the modern myths about this woman are supported by the sources and which are mere speculation.

Specific suggestions about the part played by Naqia/Zakutu Author: Sarah Melville. There are more sources for Naqia/Zakutu, the mother of Esarhaddon and grandmother of Assurbanipal, than for all other Sargonid royal women combined. This work constitutes a reevaluation of these sources with an eye to determining which of the modern myths about this woman are supported by the sources and which are mere speculation.

Specific suggestions about the part played by Naqia/Zakutu. The role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics. [Sarah C Melville; Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library.

The Role of Naqia / Zakutu in Sargonid Politics By (author) Sarah Melville. Paperback - £ Publication date: 30 June Length of book: pages Publisher Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project ISBN BOOK DESCRIPTION; TABLE OF CONTENTS; There are more sources for Naqia/Zakutu, the mother of Esarhaddon and grandmother of.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small. Biography Origins. The only thing we know of Naqi'a's family is that she had a sister, Abi-rami. Because Naqia sometimes adopted the Akkadian name Zakutu, a translation of Naqi'a, scholars have assumed that she was not native to scholars suggest that Naqia was Hebrew while others contend that she was one of the women that Hezekiah sent to Sennacherib in.

OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/ahess___num_57_3__t1___3. Role of Naqia / Zakutu in Sargonid Politics by Sarah Melville Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project Pub Date: 11/ ISBN: Format: Pbk pages.

There are more sources for Naqia/Zakutu, the mother of Esarhaddon and grandmother of Assurbanipal, than for all other Sargonid. Sarah C. Melville, Ph.D.() Yale University, is Associate Professor of History at Clarkson has published on Neo-Assyrian military history, imperial expansion and collapse, and royal women, including The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics ().

Alice L. Slotsky, Ph.D. () Yale University, is a Research Affiliate in Assyriology at Yale. The new Appendix relates to the Ph.D. thesis of Sarah Chamberlin Melville, The role of Naqia / Zakutu in Sargonid politics.

Ph.D. thesis, Yale University, May, Her article suggests to me equating the two "Sargonid" sisters, Naqia and Abi-Rami - who were of unknown origin - with Clymene and Aerope, the daughters of King Catreus of Crete.

Table of contents: 1. Early Translations from Hebrew 2. King James Version 3. Modern Versions 4. Jewish Versions Bibliography. The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics.

Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, “State Archives of Assyria Studies”, n° Melville, Sarah. Women in Neo-Assyrian Texts. In Women in the Ancient Near East: a sourcebook, ed.

Mark Chavalas, London, New-York: Routledge, “Routledge Sourcebooks for the Ancient. The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics. State Archives of Assyria Studies IX.

Helsinki: University of Helsinki Press, Articles and Chapters “Ideology, Politics, and the Assyrian Understanding of Defeat.” In Jessica H. Clark and Brian Turner, eds. Brill's Companion to Military Defeat in Ancient Mediterranean Society, pp.

Author/Creator: Melville, Sarah C. (Sarah Chamberlin) Other Title: Naqia/Zakutu Publication: Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Naqi'a, död efter årvar en assyrisk drottning, gift med kung Sennacherib, mor till kung Esarhaddon och farmor till kung Ashurbanipal.

[1] Hon utövade någon form av formellt legitimt inflytande, som rådgivare eller regent, under sin sons regeringstid. Hon är den enda av Assyriens drottningar utom Sammu-ramat, som hade någon form av maktposition.

The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics. Jan ; S. Melville; The Ancient Near East: Historical Sources in Translation. The conclusions of this book. In book: The Encyclopedia of Ancient History Melville, S.

() The role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid politics. Helsinki. yet the effects of this practice on the socio-political and. ביוגרפיה. נקיה-זכותו הגיעה לארמון בימי מלכותו של סרגון השני (מלך בין השנים – לפנה"ס), אביו של סנחריב. ידוע כי הייתה בקשר עם סנחריב כבר בשנת לפנה"ס, כאשר היה יורש העצר של אביו.

The Role of Naqia / Zakutu in Sargonid Politics; The Scourge of God; The Standard Babylonian Creation Myth; The Standard Babylonian Epic of Anzu; The Standard Babylonian Etana Epic; The Standard Babylonian Myth of Nergal and Ereškigal; The Sumerian Sacred Marriage in the Light of Comparative Evidence; The Tale of the Poor Man of Nippur.

Looking beyond the Hebrew Bible, we've got evidence of some incredibly powerful queen mothers (e.g. Naqia/Zakutu, the mother of Esarhaddon) who did indeed sit on the council and served an advisory role to the king.

Melville's book on her (The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics) is worth a read, since it addresses some of these.double meaning, though, as a homonym for the Assyrian city Calah (modern Nimrud).

Naqia participated in cultic ceremonies in the three major cities of Assyria: Assur, Calah, and Nineveh (Sarah Melville, The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics, SAA 9 [Helsinki: Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, ], 13).The Role of Naqia/Zakutu in Sargonid Politics, by Sarah C.

Melville, –SAAS-Volume X Herrschaftswissen in Mesopotamien: Formen der Kommunikation zwischen Gott und Kǒnig im 2. und 1.