Welcome to Helsinki-Tartu Workshop in Intercultural Studies

We are eagerly awaiting visitors from Padua and Tartu for our workshop in Helsinki (March 12-13). The presentations are open to public and everyone interested is very welcome to attend. The presentations will discuss many interesting topics relating to ancient Mediterranean. See below for exact time and place.

Tuesday 12 March (Unioninkatu 40 sali 13)

10.15-11.00      Opening lecture: Giovanni B. Lanfranchi (Padua): The Weapons Sent by Assur to the Assyrian King
11.00-11.45      Thomas Kämmerer (Tartu): Zur Königsideologie des Weltschöpfungsepos Enuma Elish

Lunch Break

13.15-14.00      Mait Köiv (Tartu): The Image of Archaick Greek Tyrants
14.00-14.45      Robert Rollinger (Helsinki): Assyria and the Fringes of the Empire – the Far West: The Aegean world
14.45-15.00      Vladimir Sazonov (Tartu): Royal Ideology of Esarhaddon: Royal Titles and Epithets

Wednesday 13 March (Unioninkatu 40 sali 27)

10.15-11.00      Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila (Helsinki): Assyro-arabica: On the Transmission of Mesopotamian Material to the Arabs
11.00-11.45      Saana Svärd (Helsinki): Women, Agency and Text in Mesopotamia

After lunch Break in Unioninkatu 40 sali 32

13.15-14.00      Peeter Espak (Tartu): The Position of Eridu in Sumerian Royal Ideology
14.00-14.45      Sergej Stadnikov (Tartu): Der Allher in der ‘Lehre des Amenemhat I
14.45-15.30      Raija Mattila (Helsinki): The Nabû Temple Archive in Calah