Piotr Michalowski, Learning Music: Schooling, Appreniceship, and Gender in Early Mesopomia, pp. in R. Pruzsinszky and D. Shehata, eds.Musiker und ihre Rolle bei der Verschlichtigung und Tradierung von literarischen Werken.
Piotr Michalowski, Of Bears and Men: Thoughts about the End of ulgis Reign and the Ensuing Succession. Pp. in Literature as Politics, Politics as Literature Essays on the Ancient Near East in Honor of Peter Machinist. 52 Followers, 233 Following, 151 Posts See Instagram photos and videos from piotr The MidLate Third Millennium on the Deh Luran Plain (with Henry Wright).
Pp. in Elamite and Achaemenid Settlement on the Deh Luran Plain: Towns and Villages of the Early Empires in Southwestern Iran, ed. Henry T. Wright and James A. Neely, with a preface by Frank Hole and contributions by Elizabeth Carter, Piotr Michalowski, Pierre Marek Piotr Michalowski, Selma Sabanovic, Carl Francis DiSalvo, Didac Busquets Font, Laura M.
Hiatt, PhD Thesis, Tech. Report, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, May, 2005. Decentralized Communication Strategies for This thesis demonstrates that variations in a robots rhythmic behavior have measurable effects on human rhythmic behavior and on performance in rhythmic tasks. Furthermore, human participants were able to assume and transition between the roles of leader or follower in these tasks. thesis. Catholic University of Louvain, 1971. 1. 2 Studies in the Literary Traditions about the Destruction of Ur, Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of Louvain, 1975.
1. 3 The Rebel Lands. An Investigation into the Origins of Early Mesopotamian Mythology. J. V. Kinnier Wilson, with the assistance of Herman Vanstiphout. In Elamite and Achaemenid Settlement on the Deh Luran Plain: Towns and Villages of the Early Empires in Southwestern Iran, edited by Henry T.
Wright and James A. Neely, with a preface by Frank Hole and contributions by Elizabeth Carter, Piotr Michalowski, Pierre de Miroschedji, James A. Neely, and Henry Wright. Memoirs, no. 47. paper on ancient Mesopotamia by Piotr Michalowski (Michalowski 1999). Given a brief to examine the intersection of historical writing and other literary genres, Michalowski elaborated a thesis about the development of the Epic of Gilgamesh that occurred independently to me at about the same time; I shall return to it below.
The Barton Cylinder is a Sumerian creation myth, written on a clay cylinder in the mid to late 3rd millennium BC, which is now in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Joan Goodnick Westenholz suggests it dates to