Karen Radner - Selected Publications#

“Royal pen pals: the kings of Assyria in correspondence with officials, clients and total strangers (8th and 7th centuries BC).” In S. Procházka, L. Reinfandt & S. Tost (ed.), Official Epistolography and the Language(s) of Power. Papyrologica Vindobonensia 8 (Vienna 2016) 61-72.

Ancient Assyria: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford 2015).

“A Neo-Assyrian slave sale contract of 725 BC from the Peshdar Plain and the location of the Palace Herald’s Province.” Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und Vorderasiatische Archäologie 105 (2015) 192-197. DOI: 10.1515/za-2015-0015

“Hired Labor in the Neo-Assyrian Empire.” In P. Steinkeller & M. Hudson (ed.), Labor in the Ancient World (Dresden 2015) 329-343.

“High visibility punishment and deterrent: impalement in Assyrian warfare and legal practice.” Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 21 (2015) 103-128.

With J. Marriott, “Sustaining the Assyrian army among friends and enemies in 714 BCE.” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 67 (2015) 127-143.

With E. Jiménez, S. F. Adalı, “Four 7th century BCE Neo-Assyrian slave sale records from Marqasi (Kahramanmaraş) in the Erimtan Museum (Ankara) and elsewhere.” Altorientalische Forschungen 42 (2015; forthcoming) 153-172.

Edited, State Correspondences of the Ancient World from the New Kingdom to the Roman Empire (Oxford 2014).

“Introduction: Long-Distance Communication and the Cohesion of Early Empires.” In K. Radner (ed.), State Correspondences of the Ancient World from the New Kingdom to the Roman Empire (Oxford 2014) 1-9.

“An Imperial Communication Network: The State Correspondence of the Neo-Assyrian Empire
.” In K. Radner (ed.), State Correspondences of the Ancient World from the New Kingdom to the Roman Empire (Oxford 2014) 64-93.

“The Neo-Assyrian Empire.” In M. Gehler & R. Rollinger (ed.), Imperien und Reiche in der Weltgeschichte: Epochenübergreifende und globalhistorische Vergleiche (Wiesbaden 2014) 101-120.

“Zagros Spice Mills: the Simurrean and the Hašimur grindstones.” 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. Alter Orient und Altes Testament 412 (Münster 2014) 573-580.

With T. Davies, H. Fry, A. Wilson, A. Palmisano and M. Altaweel, “Application of an Entropy Maximizing and Dynamics Model for Understanding Settlement Structure: The Khabur Triangle in the Middle Bronze and Iron Ages,” Journal of Archaeological Science 43 (2014) 141-154.

“Assyria and the Medes.” In D.T. Potts (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Iran (Oxford 2013) 442-456.

“Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Musasir, Kumme, Ukku and Šubria – the Buffer States between Assyria and Urartu.” In S. Kroll et al. (ed.), Biainili-Urartu. Acta Iranica 51 (Leuven 2012) 243-264.

“The stele of Adad-nērārī III and Nergal-ēreš from Dūr-Katlimmu (Tell Šaiḫ Ḥamad).” Altorientalische Forschungen 39 (2012) 265-277.
“The seal of Tašmetum-šarrat, Sennacherib’s queen, and its impressions.” In G.B. Lanfranchi et al. (ed.), Leggo! Studies presented to Frederick Mario Fales. Leipziger Altorientalische Studien 2 (Wiesbaden 2012) 687-698.

“After Eltekeh: royal hostages from Egypt at the Assyrian court.“ In H.D. Baker, K. Kaniuth & A. Otto (ed.), Stories of Long Ago: Festschrift für Michael D. Roaf. Alter Orient und Altes Testament 397 (Münster 2012) 471-479.

With M. Altaweel, A. Marsh, S. Mühl, O. Nieuwenhuyse, K. Rasheed, and S. A. Saber, “New Investigations in the Environment, History and Archaeology of the Iraqi Hilly Flanks: Shahrizor Survey Project 2009-2011.” Iraq 74 (2012) 1-35.

“How to reach the Upper Tigris: The Route through the Ṭūr Abdīn.” In Ö. A. Cetrez, S. G. Donabed & A. Makko (ed.), The Assyrian Heritage: Threads of Continuity and Influence. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Studies in Religion and Society 7 (Uppsala 2012) 53-85.

With E. Robson (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Cuneiform Culture (Oxford 2011).

“Royal decision-making: kings, magnates, and scholars.” In K. Radner & E. Robson (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Cuneiform Culture (Oxford 2011) 358-379.

“Fame and prizes: competition and war in the Neo-Assyrian empire.” In N. Fisher & H. van Wees (ed.), Competition in the Ancient World (Swansea 2011) 37-57.

“Schreiberkonventionen im assyrischen Reich. Sprachen und Schriftsysteme.” In J. Renger (ed.), Assur: Gott, Stadt und Land. Colloquien der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft 5 (Wiesbaden 2011) 385-404.

“Assyrians and Urartians.” In S. R. Steadman & G. McMahon (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Anatolia (Oxford 2011) 734-751.

“The Assur-Nineveh-Arbela Triangle: Central Assyria in the Neo-Assyrian Period.” In P. Miglus & S. Mühl (ed.), Between the Cultures: The Central Tigris Region in Mesopotamia from the 3rd to the 1st Millennium BC. Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Orient 14 (Heidelberg 2011) 321-329.

“Assyria at UCL: A research project on the correspondence between the Assyrian king and his magnates in the 8th century BC.” Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 54/2 (2011) 125-129.

“Cuneiform inscriptions in the Archaeological Museum of Sulaimaniya.” Archiv für Orientforschung 52 (2011) 98-103.

“Neue neuassyrische Texte aus Dur-Katlimmu: Eine Schülertafel mit einer sumerisch-akkadische Königshymne und andere Keilschriftfunde aus den Jahren 2003-2009.” In H. Kühne (ed.), Dur-Katlimmu 2008 and beyond. Studia Chaburensia 1 (2010) 175-186.

“The stele of Sargon II of Assyria at Kition: A focus for an emerging Cypriot identity?” in R. Rollinger et al. (ed.), Interkulturalität in der Alten Welt: Vorderasien, Hellas, Ägypten und die vielfältigen Ebenen des Kontakts. Philippika 34 (Wiesbaden 2010) 429-449.

“Assyrian and non-Assyrian kingship in the first millennium BC.” In G.B. Lanfranchi/R. Rollinger (ed.), Concepts of kingship in antiquity. History of the Ancient Near East / Monographs 11 (Padua 2010) 15-24.

“Gatekeepers and lock masters: the control of access in the Neo-Assyrian palaces.” In H. D. Baker, E. Robson & G. Zolyomi (ed.), Your Praise is Sweet. A Memorial Volume for Jeremy Black (London 2010) 269-280.

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