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  • Disk SB056 [2]

    Article that continues Schmandt-Besserat's arguement that visual depictions followed the advent of writing rather than preceding it.

  • Disk SB057 [2]

    Paper presented at the First International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East that discusses the impact of writing on the use of personal names.

  • Disk SB058 [3]

    Paper presented at the First International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East that discusses the impact of writing on the use of personal names.

  • Disk SB059 [3]

    Paper titled "The Invention of Writing."

  • Disk SB060 [2]

    Brief paper about the significance of plastered skulls, plastered statues, figurines, and reliefs found at Ain Ghazal.

  • Disk SB061 [4]

    The text, bibliography, and captions for "Pre- and Proto-Historic Writing" submitted for inclusion in an Italian encyclopedia.

  • Disk SB062 [2]

    Paper examining feasting and depictions of feasting in Sumer.

  • Disk SB063 [2]

    Paper presented at the First International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East that discusses the impact of writing on the use of personal names.

  • Disk SB064 [2]

    Paper on the evolution of writing.

  • Disk SB065 [2]

    Schmandt-Besserat's contribution on "Artifacts and Civilization," to the MIT Press publication of the Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences.

  • Disk SB066 [2]

    Paper on Ljubljana.

  • Disk SB067 [5]

    Various versions of a paper on the development of writing and captions for pictures to be included with the paper.

  • Disk SB068 [4]

    A teacher's guide and program for an exhibition held in Saudia Arabia on the Near East.

  • Disk SB069 [2]

    Detailed notes and outline for a lecture titled "Art and Literacy: Narrative in Tepe Gawra Glyptics."

 

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