Archív Orientální 82:2

[Archív Orientální, 82:2]  2014.  vi, 214 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
The Use of Figurative Language Concerning the Death of the King
Shih-Wei Hsu
201–209
Menu of the Gods. Mesopotamian Supernatural Powers and Their Nourishment, with Reference to Selected Literary Sources
Stefan Nowicki
211–224
Tracking the Dragon across the Ancient Near East
Robert D. Miller
225–245
Un Apostolat en Orient: la France et la Compagnie de Jésus auprès de la communauté Maronite
Rafael Herzstein
247–262
In Pursuit of Laxmi: Entrepreneurship, Industry and Technology in Colonial Bengal
Suvobrata Sarkar
263–295
Narrative Variation and Motif Adaptation in Ancient Anecdotal Lore: A Perspective on the Bird-gift Story in Early and Early Medieval Chinese Sources
Giulia Baccini
297–315
New Social Classes, Old Visions of Hierarchy: the Novel Chronicles of Du Lala’s Promotions as an Example of Middle Class Virtue in the Chinese “Socialist Market”
Marco Fumian
317–335
Yi Munyǒl’s New Mythology of Kim Pyǒngyǒn. The Siin
Miriam Löwensteinová and Yu Sunbee
337–358
The Emergence of Japanese Ethnology: A Case Study of the Ethnologist Matsumoto Nobuhiro in the Period 1919–23
Petra Karlová
359–379
Review Article
Officials of Western Han and Their Background
Reviewed by Michael Loewe
381–388
Book Reviews and Notes
Stephen Quirke. Going out in Daylight ;prt m hrw: the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead ;translation, sources, meanings.
Reviewed by Břetislav Vachala
389–390
Simonetta Ponchia and Mikko Luukko. The Standard Babylonian Myth of Nergal and Ereškigal. Introduction, Cuneiform Text and Transliteration with a Translation, Glossary and Commentary.
Reviewed by Jiří Prosecký
391–393
Takayoshi Oshima. The Babylonian Theodicy. Introduction, Cuneiform Text and Transliteration with a Translation, Glossary and Commentary.
Reviewed by Jiří Prosecký
394–396
Anderson H. M. Jeremiah. Community and Worldview among Paraiyars of South India. ‘Lived’ Religion.
Reviewed by Pavel Hons
397–399
Michaela Budiman. Contemporary Funeral Rituals of Sa’dan Toraja. From Aluk Todolo to “New” Religions.
Reviewed by Rudolf Mrázek
400
Qiliang He. Gilded Voices: Economics, Politics, and Storytelling in the Yangzi Delta since 1949.
Reviewed by Olga Lomová
401–404
Carine Defoort and Nicolas Standaert, eds. The Mozi as an Evolving Text: Different Voices in Early Chinese Thought.
Reviewed by Oliver Weingarten
405–407
Our Contributors
409–410
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