Publications

Publications

  • Conati, C. Andrea Zerboni, Moscone, D., Cremaschi, M., Iamoni, M., Savioli, A. & Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    2016 The prehistory of the Land of Nineveh, Antiquity 349, http://antiquity.ac.uk/antplus/projgall.
  • Fales, F. M. and Del Fabbro, R.
    2012-2013 Ritorno a Gerwan. Nuove indagini su un acquedotto imperiale assiro (ca. 690 a.C.), Atti dell’Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti. Classe di scienze morali, lettere ed arti 171, 225-280.
  • Fales, F. M. and Del Fabbro, R.
    2014 Back to Sennacherib’s Aqueduct at Jerwan: A Reassessment of the Textual Evidence, Iraq 76, 65-98.
  • Fales, F.M. and Del Fabbro, R.
    2016 ‘Inscription D’ from Sennacherib’s Aqueduct At Jerwan: Further Data and Insights, in Kopanias, K., MacGinnis, J. (eds.), Archaeological Research in the Kurdistan and Adjacent Regions, BAR International Series, Archaeopress, Oxford, 65-73.
  • Gavagnin, K.
    2016 The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project: A Preliminary Overview on the Pottery and Settlement Patterns in the 3rd Millennium BC in the Northern Region of Iraqi Kurdistan, in Kopanias, K., MacGinnis, J. (eds.), Archaeological Research in the Kurdistan and Adjacent Regions, BAR International Series, Archaeopress, Oxford, 75-86.
  • Gavagnin, K., Iamoni, M. and Palermo, R.
    2016 The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project: The Ceramic Repertoire from the Early Pottery Neolithic to the Sasanian Period, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 375, 119-169.
  • Iamoni, M.
    2016a Across Millennia of Occupation. The Land of Nineveh Archaeological project in Iraqi Kurdistan. The prehistory and protohistory of the Upper Tigris rediscovered, in J. MacGinnis and K. Kopanias (eds.) The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Adjacent Regions. Proceedings of the conference on the Archaeology of Kurdistan held in Athens 1st -3rd November 2013, Oxford, 125-134.
  • Iamoni, M.
    2016b Larger site, better life? Site dimensions and the path to socio-economic complexity in Upper Mesopotamia across the Halaf and Ubaid periods, in M. Iamoni (ed.) Trajectories of complexity. Socio-economic Dynamics in Upper Mesopotamia in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Periods, Studia Chaburensia 6, Wiesbaden, 57-84.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    2012-2013 Il paesaggio archeologico nel centro dell’impero assiro. Insediamento e uso del territorio nella ‘Terra di Ninive’, Atti dell’Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti. Classe di scienze morali, lettere ed arti 171, 181-223.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    2014a Back to Assyria. Cities, villages and canals in the Land behind Nineveh, The Ancient Near East Today II/1.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    2014b River Navigation and Transport in Northern Assyria. The Stone Quay-Walls of the Rivers Gomel and Al-Khazir in the Navkur Plain, Iraqi Kurdistan, in S. Gaspa, A. Greco, D. Morandi Bonacossi, S. Ponchia, R. Rollinger (eds.), From Source to History. Studies on Ancient Near Eastern Worlds and Beyond Dedicated to Giovanni Battista Lanfranchi on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday on June 23, 2014, Alter Orient und Altes Testament 412, Münster, 441-453.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project. Assyrian Settlement in the Nineveh Hinterland: A View from the Centre, in J. MacGinnis, D. Wicke, and T. Greenfield (eds.), The Provincial Archaeology of the Assyrian Empire, McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge, 141-150.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D. and Iamoni, M.
    2015 Landscape and Settlement in the Eastern Upper Iraqi Tigris and Navkur Plains (Northern Kurdistan Region, Iraq). The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project, Seasons 2012-2013, Iraq 77, 9-40.
  • Palermo, R.
    2016 Filling the Gap: The Upper Tigris region from the fall of Nineveh to the Sasanians. Historical and Archaeological reconstruction through the data from The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project, in Kopanias, K., MacGinnis, J. (eds.), Archaeological Research in the Kurdistan and Adjacent Regions, BAR International Series, Archaeopress, Oxford, 266-276.

In print

  • Coppini, C.
    The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project: preliminary results from the analysis of the Second Millennium BC pottery, in M. Bietak (ed.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    Water for Nineveh. The Nineveh Irrigation System in the Regional Context of the ‘Assyrian Triangle’: A First Geoarchaeological Assessment, in H. Kühne (ed.), Water for Assyria, Studia Chaburensia 7, Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    The Creation of the Assyrian Heartland: New Data from the ‘Land behind Nineveh’, in B.S. Düring and T. Stek (eds.), The Comparative Archaeology of Imperial Countrysides. Investigating the Transformations of Rural and Peripheral Landscapes and Societies in Ancient Old World Empires, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Morandi Bonacossi, D.
    Funerary Landscapes in the Land of Nineveh. Tracking Mobile Pastoralists in the Transtigridian Piedmont of Northern Iraq, in D. Lawrence, M. Altaweel, and G. Philip (eds.), Studies in Honor of T.J. Wilkinson. New Agendas in Remote Sensing and Landscape Archaeology in the Near East, Oriental Institute Publications, The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Chicago.
  • Palermo, R.
    The Outback of a New World Order: Rural Landscape in Hellenistic North Mesopotamia, in Munn, M., and Z. Stomatopoulou (eds.), A New World Order: Hellenistic Monarchies in the Mediterranean World, SANER (Studies on the Ancient Near Eastern Records), De Gruyter.

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