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      Giorgio Buccellati studied at the Catholic University (Milan, Italy), Fordam University and received his Ph.D. from the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. He is Research Professor in the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures and in the Department of History at UCLA. He founded the Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, of which he served as first director from 1973 until 1983 and where he is now Director of the Mesopotamian Lab. He is currently the Co-Director of the Urkesh/Mozan Archaeological Project as well as Director of IIMAS – The International Institute for Mesopotamian Area Studies and Director of AVASA – Associazione per la Valorizzazione dell’Archeologia e della Storia Antica.

      His research interests include the ancient languages, the literature, the religion, the archaeology and the history of Mesopotamia, as well as the theory of archaeology. His publications include site reports, text editions, linguistic and literary studies as well as on archaeological theory, historical monographs and essays on philosophy and spirituality. He has published a structural grammar of ancient Babylonian, two volumes on Mesopotamian civilization (on religion and politics; two more are forthcoming on literature as well as on art and architecture), a volume on archaeological theory dealing with the structural, digital and philosophical aspects of the archaeological record. He has authored two major scholarly websites on the archaeology of Urkesh and on archaeological theory. As a Guggenheim Fellow, he has traveled to Syria to study modern ethnography and geography for a better understanding of the history of the ancient Amorites. In his field work, he has developed new approaches to the preservation and presentation of archaeological sites and to community archaeology. He has spearheaded the Urkesh Extended Project, responding to the crisis of the war in Syria by maintaining a very active presence at the site.

      Giorgio Buccellati has worked for many years in the Near East, especially in Syria, Iraq and Turkey. Together with his wife, Marilyn Kelly-Buccellati, he is co-director of the archaeological expedition to Tell Mozan/Urkesh in North-Eastern Syria. They work closely together both in the field and on the publication reports from their excavations, of which five volumes, plus audio-visual presentations, have appeared so far. They lead an international staff comprising colleagues and students from the US, Europe, the Near East and Asia and have given joint lectures on the excavations, and workshops on methods used, at major archaeological centers around the world as well as holding positions as visiting professors in various European universities.


      Buccellati, G. 1959a. “2 Re ll, 20.” Bibbia e Oriente 1: 81.
      ———. 1959b. “Da Saul a David: Le Origini della monarchia israelitica alla luce della storiografia contemporanea.” Bibbia e Oriente 1: 99–128.
      ———. 1959c. “La Redenzione come ’conquista.” Bibbia e Oriente 1: 64.
      ———. 1959d. “Popolo del paese.” Bibbia e Oriente 1: 77.
      ———. 1960a. “Ai rapporti tra S. Scrittura e dogma.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 188.
      ———. 1960b. “Gli Israeliti di Palestina al tempo dell’esilio.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 199–209.
      ———. 1960c. “Il protestantesimo americano e la Bibbia.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 189–90.
      ———. 1960d. “L’Emanuele.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 76–77.
      ———. 1960e. “L’evoluzione dottrinale del Deutero-Isaia.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 77.
      ———. 1960f. “Proverbi e Giobbe.” Bibbia e Oriente 2.
      ———. 1960g. “Un avviamento ai rotoli.” Bibbia e Oriente 2: 190.
      ———. 1961a. “Diritto israelitico.” Bibbia e Oriente 3: 69–71.
      ———. 1961b. “Il giorno di Jahve.” Bibbia e Oriente 3: 69–70.
      ———. 1961c. Review of Il Semitico di Nord-Ovest, by G. Garbini. Rivista degli Studi Orientali 37: 135–36.
      ———. 1961d. “In Lam. 2,5.” Bibbia e Oriente 3: 37.
      ———. 1961e. “Religione egiziana.” Bibbia e Oriente 3: 101.
      ———. 1961f. “Un’importante storia d’Israele.” Bibbia e Oriente 3: 228.
      ———. 1962a. “2 Sam. 2, 5-7.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 233.
      ———. 1962b. “Campo del gualcheraio.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 204.
      ———. 1962c. Review of De herem in het Oude Testament. Nijmegen : Centrale Drukkerij, 1959, by C.H.W. Brekelmans. Bibbia e Oriente 4: 69–70.
      ———. 1962d. “Herem.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 69–70.
      ———. 1962e. “I discendenti di David dopo l’esilio.” Bibbia e Oriente, 70–73.
      ———. 1962f. “La «carriera» di David e quella di Idrimi, re di Alalac.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 95–99.
      ———. 1962g. “Lessicografia ebraica.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 73–74.
      ———. 1962h. “Ricompensa di servizi politici resi al re.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 99.
      ———. 1962i. “Storia politica del regni israelitici.” Bibbia e Oriente 4: 70.
      ———. 1962j. Review of Toldot bet David me-ḥurban mamleket Yehudah ṿe-ʿad le-ʾahar ḥurban ha-bayit ha-sheni. Yerushalayim: Magnes, 1959, by J. Liver. Bibbia e Oriente 4: 70–72.
      ———. 1963a. “1 Re 18, 20.” Bibbia e Oriente 5: 10,13.
      ———. 1963b. “1 Sam. 13, 1.” Bibbia e Oriente, no. 5: 29.
      ———. 1963c. “Due note ai testi accadici di Ugarit.” Oriens Antiquus 2: 223–28.
      ———. 1963d. “I testi economici della III dinastia di Ur.” Bibbia e Oriente 5: 117–18.
      ———. 1963e. “La storia della Siria antica ha molta.” Bibbia e Oriente 5: 118–19.
      ———. 1963f. Review of Sumerian Economic Texts from the Third Ur Dynasty. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1961, by T.B. Jones and J.W. Snyder. Bibbia e Oriente 5: 117–18.
      ———. 1963g. “Testi babilonesi antichi.” Bibbia e Oriente 5: 116–17.
      ———. 1964. “The Enthronement of the King and the Capital City in Texts from Ancient Mesopotamia and Syria.” In Studies Oppenheim, 54–61. Chicago: University of Chicago.
      ———. 1966a. Review of Amorite Personal Names in the Mari Texts : A Structural and Lexical Study. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1965, by H. B. Huffmon. Journal of the American Oriental Society 86 (2): 230–33.
      ———. 1966b. “Bibbia e Oriente.” In Diakonia tou Logou. Numero speciale della rivista” Bibbia e Oriente ” dedicato al Prof. P. Giovanni Rinaldi in occasione del suo LX compleanno, 151–56. Genova: Bibbia e Oriente.
      ———. 1966c. The Amorites of the Ur III Period. Pubblicazioni Del Seminario de Semitistica. Ricerche 1. Napoli: Istituto Orientale di Napoli.
      ———. 1967a. “Bibbia e Oriente.” In Studi sull’Oriente e la Bibbia offerti al P. Giovanni Rinaldi nel 60° compleanno da allievi, colleghi, amici, 267–72. Genova: Studio e vita.
      ———. 1967b. Cities and Nations of Ancient Syria. Studi Semitici 26. Rome: Istituto di Studi del Vicino Oriente.
      ———. 1968. “An Interpretation of the Akkadian Stative as a Nominal Sentence.” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 27: 1–12.
      ———. 1969a. Review of A Bibliography of the Cuneiform Tablets of the Kuyunjik Collection in the British Museum. London : Trustees of the British Museum, 1964, by E. Leichty. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 28: 143–44.
      ———. 1969b. Review of Das Königtum in Israel : Ursprünge, Spannungen, Entwicklung. Berlin: A. Topelmann, 1967, by A. Soggin. Oriens Antiquus 8: 175–77.
      ———. 1969c. Review of Mitologia Sumerico-Accadica. Torino: Soc. Ed. Internazionale, 1967, by G.R. Castellino. Journal of the American Oriental Society 89 (1): 165–66.
      ———. 1971. Review of Phonétique Comparée Des Dialectes Moyen-Babyloniens Du Nord et de l’oues. (= Bibliothèque Du Muséon, Vol. 53). Institute Orientaliste: Louvain, 1966., by G. Jucqouis. Oriens Antiquus 10 (1): 79–83.
      ———. 1972a. Review of Altbabylonische Briefe in Umschrift Und Übersetzung, 4. Briefe Aus Dem Archive Des Šamaš-Ḫāzir in Paris Und Oxford. Leiden: Brill 1968, by F.R. Kraus. Oriens Antiquus 11 (2): 147–52.
      ———. 1972b. “Gilgamesh in chiave sapienziale: L’umilta’ dell’anti-eroe.” Oriens Antiquus 11: 1–36.
      ———. 1972c. “Il Dialogo del Pessimismo: La Scienzia degli opposti come ideale sapienziale.” Oriens Antiquus 11: 81–100.
      ———. 1972d. “La Teodicea: Condanna dell’abulia politica.” Oriens Antiquus 11: 161–78.
      ———. 1972e. “Le Beatitudini Sullo Sfondo Della Tradizione Sapienziale Mesopotamica.” Bibbia e Oriente 14: 241–64.
      ———. 1972f. Review of Nairi e Ir(u)Aṭri. Contributo Alla Storia Della Formazione Del Regno Di Urartu. Roma: Edizioni Dell`Ateneo, 1967, by M. Salvini. American Oriental Society 92 (2): 297–98.
      ———. 1972g. “On The Use of the Akkadian Infinitive after Ša or Construct State.” Journal of Semitic Studies 17 (1): 1–29.
      ———. 1972h. Review of Studi sui pronomi determinativi semitici. Napoli : Istituto Orientale, 1968, by F.A. Pennacchietti. Journal of the American Oriental Society 92 (2): 296–97.
      ———. 1973a. “Adapa, Genesis and the Notion of Faith.” Ugarit-Forschungen 5: 61–66.
      ———. , ed. 1973b. Approaches to the Study of the Ancient Near East: A Volume of Studies Offered to Ignace Jay Gelb on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday October 14, 1972. Rome: Biblical Institute Press.
      ———. 1973c. “Methodological Concerns and the Progress of Ancient Near Eastern Studies.” In Approaches to the Study of the Ancient Near East: A Volume of Studies Offered to Ignace Jay Gelb on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday October 14, 1972, edited by G. Buccellati, 9–20. Rome: Biblical Institute Press.
      ———. 1973d. Review of The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol. I, Part I: Prolegomena and Prehistory, by E.S. Edwards and C.J. Gadd. International Journal of Middle East Studies 4 (2): 245–48.
      ———. 1974a. Review of I Ḫurriti. Firenze: Sansoni, 1964, by F. Imparati. Oriens 23/24: 492.
      ———. 1974b. “Korucutepe Excavations.” Archeology at UCLA, 24–25.
      ———. 1974c. Review of Looking for Dilmun. New York, Knopf., 1969., by G. Biddy. Bibliographical Leaflets on Archaeology.
      ———. 1974d. “The Institute of Archaeology.” Archeology at UCLA 1 (3): 1–4.
      ———. 1974e. “The Institute of Archaeology-Foreword.” In Annual Report to the Chancellor and Fellows of the Institute, 1–4. 1. Los Angeles: The Institute of Archeology, UCLA.
      ———. 1975a. “Foreword.” In The Institute of Archaeology UCLA:Second Annual Report, 1–5. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology UCLA.
      ———. 1975b. “Research Collaboration Group.” In The Institute of Archaeology UCLA:Second Annual Report, 22–23. Los Angeles: The Institute of Archeology, UCLA.
      ———. 1975c. “The ‘Urban Revolution’ in a Socio-Political Perspective.” presented at the XIV Congress of the International Conference for Historical Sciences, San Francisco.
      ———. 1976a. “On the Akkadian ‘Attributive’ Genetive.” Afroasiatic Linguistics 3 (2): 19–27.
      ———. 1976b. “The Case Against the Alleged Akkadian Plural Morpheme -Ānu.” Afroasiatic Linguistics 3 (2): 28–30.
      ———. 1976c. “Towards a Formal Typology of Akkadian Similes.” In Kramer Anniversary Volume: Cuneiform Studies in Honor of Samuel Noah Kramer, 59–70. Kevelaer: Butzon & Bercker.
      ———. 1977a. “`Apirū and Munnabtūtu – The Stateless of the First Cosmopolitan Age.” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 36 (2): 145–47.
      ———. 1977b. Review of Divination et Rationalité. Paris : Éd. Du Seuil, 1990, by J.P. Vernant, L. Vandermeersch, J. Gernet, J. Bottero, R. Crahay, L. Brisson, J. Carlier, D. Grodzynski, and A. Retel Laurentin. Oriens Antiquus 16: 239–41.
      ———. 1977c. Review of Field Methods in Archaeology. Palo Alto : Mayfield Pub. Co., Cop. 1975, by T.R. Hester, R.F. Heizer, and J.A. Graham. Bibliographical Leaflets on Archaeology 7.
      ———. 1977d. “Terqa Preliminary Report, No.2: A Cuneiform Tablet from the Early Second Millennium B.C.” Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 1 (4): 1–8.
      ———. 1977e. “The Old Babylonian Linguistic Analysis Project: Goals, Procedures and First Results.” In Computational and Mathematical Linguistics : Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Linguistics : Pisa, 27/VIII-1/IX 1973., 385–404. Firenze: L.S. Olschki.
      ———. 1977f. “The «Urban Revolution» in a Socio-Political Perspective.” Mesopotamia 12: 19–39.
      ———. 1978. “Prolegomena to a System of Akkadian Stylistics.” presented at the Literary and Linguistic Approaches to Cuneiform Literature” Panel for AOS Meeting in Toronto, Toronto.
      ———. 1979a. “Comparative Graphemic Analysis of Old Babylonian and Western Akkadian.” Ugarit-Forschungen 11: 89–100.
      ———. 1979b. “Gitans et Hapiru: La Question Des Hapiru Du Point de Vue Du Developpment Politique de La Syrie Ancienne.” presented at the International Colloquium of Ugaritic Studies, Lattakia.
      ———. 1979c. Terqa Preliminary Report, 10: The Fourth Season – Introduction and the Stratigraphic Record. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 10. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1981a. “Principles of Stylistic Analysis.” In Bono Homini Donum: Essays in Memory of J.A. Kerns, edited by Y.D. Arbeitmann and A.R. Bomhard, 807–36. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science 4. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
      ———. 1981b. “Stratigraphic Sections.” In The Student’s Guide to Archaeological Illustrating, edited by B.D. Dillon, 51–64. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology UCLA.
      ———. 1981c. “The Origin of Writing and the Beginning of History.” In The Shape of the Past: Studies in Honour of Franklin D. Murphy, edited by G. Buccellati and C. Speroni, 3–13. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology UCLA.
      ———. 1981d. “Wisdom and Not: The Case of Mesopotamia.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 101 (1): 35–47.
      ———. 1982. “Studies in Ebla Graphemics, 1.” Studi Eblaiti 5: 39–74.
      ———. 1983a. “Allocution Du Representant Des Participants.” In Symposium International: Histoire de Deir Ez-Zur et Ses Antiquités, 21–23. Damascus: Publication du Minitère de la Culture.
      ———. 1983b. “The Descent of Inanna as a Ritual Journey to Kutha?” Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 4 (3): 1–7.
      ———. 1984a. “Introduction.” In Terqa Final Reports Vol. 1: L’Archive de Puzurum, edited by O. Rouault, 7–18. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 16. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1984b. “Introduction.” In The Middle Assyrian Laws, by C. Saporetti, 1–20. Cybernetica Mesopotamica Graphemic Categorization 2. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1984c. Review of The Cambridge Ancient History Vol. 3 Part 1. The Prehistory of the Balkans; an the Middle East and the Aegean World, Tenth to Eigth Centuries B.C. 2d Ed. Cambridge : CUP, 1982, by J. Boardmann. The American Historical Review 89 (4): 1054–55.
      ———. 1986a. “Computer Projects.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA 1: 3.
      ———. 1986b. Review of The Forms of Violence: Narrative in Assyrian Art an Modern Culture. New York : Schocken Books, 1985, by L. Bersani and U. Dutoit. Los Angeles Times, March 3, 1986, sec. F.
      ———. 1987. “On the Distribution of Epigraphic Finds at Terqa.” Annales Archéologiques Arabes Syriennes 36–37: 102–6.
      ———. 1988a. “Ancient Syria: Introduction.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 270: 1–2.
      ———. 1988b. “Architectural, Stratigraphic and Typological Recording in Archaeology.” In SN/G: Report on Data Processing Projects in Art, 418–20. Pisa/Los Angeles: Scuola Normale Superiore /Getty Art History Information Program.
      ———. 1988c. “Gilgamesh and Enkidu: The First Encounter (The Old Babylonian Pennsylvania Tablet).” Malibu, CA.
      ———. 1988d. Review of The Ancient Arabs: Nomads on the Borders of the Fertile Crescent, 9th-5th Centuries B.C. Jerusalem : Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1984, by I. Eph’al. The American Historical Review, 673–74.
      ———. 1988e. “The Kingdom and Period of Khana.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 270: 43–61.
      ———. 1988f. “The ‘State’ of the Stative.” In Fucus. A Semitic/Afrasian Gathering in Remembrance of Albert Ehrman, edited by Y.D. Arbeitmann, 153–89. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 58. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
      ———. 1990a. Review of Ancient Damascus: A Historical Study of the Syrian City-State from Earliest Times until Its Fall to the Assyrians in 732 B.C.E. Winona Lake : Eisenbrauns, 1987, by W.T. Pitard. The American Historical Review 95 (1): 141.
      ———. 1990b. “Cybernetica Mesopotamica.” In Sopher Mahir: Northwest Semitic Studies Presented to Stanislav Segert, edited by E.M. Cook, 23–32. MAARAV 5–6.
      ———. 1990c. “Experiments in Salt Production at Tell Qraya.” Syrian Archaeology Bulletin 2: 9–10.
      ———. 1990d. “From Khana to Laqe: The End of Syro-Mesopotamia.” In De La Babylonie à La Syrie En Passant Par Mari : Mélanges Offerts à J.-R. Kupper à l’occasion de Son 70e Anniversaire, edited by Ö. Tunca, 229–53. Liège: Université de Liège.
      ———. 1990e. “On Poetry – Theirs and Ours.” In Lingering over Words: Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Literature in Honor of William L. Moran, edited by T. Abusch, J. Huehngard, and P. Steinkeller, 105–34. Harvard Semitic Studies 37. Atlanta: Scholars Press.
      ———. 1990f. “River Bank,’ ‘High Country’ and ‘Pasture Land’: The Growth of Nomadism on the Middle Euphrates and the Khabur.” In Tell Al-Hamidiyah 2, edited by S. Eichler, M. Wäfler, and D. Warburton, 87–117. Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht.
      ———. 1990g. “Salt at the Dawn of History: The Case of the Bevelled Rim Bowls.” In Resurrecting the Past. A Joint Tribute to Adnan Bounni, edited by P. Matthiae, M. van Loon, and H. Weiss, 17–40. Uitgaven van Het Nederlands Historisch-Archaeologisch Instituut Te Istanbul 67. Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut te Istanbul.
      ———. 1990h. “The Ebla Electronic Corpus: Graphemic Analysis.” Annales Archéologiques Arabes Syriennes 40: 8–26.
      ———. 1990i. “The Rural Landscape of the Ancient Zor: The Terqa Evidence.” In Techniques et Pratiques Hydro-Agricoles Traditionelles En Domaine Irrigué. Approche Pluridisciplinaire Des Modes de Culture Avant La Motorisation En Syrie, edited by B. Geyer, 155–69. Bibliothèque Archéologique et Historique 136. Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner.
      ———. 1991a. “A Note on the Muskênum as a ‘Homesteader.’” In Let Your Colleagues Praise You : Studies in Memory of Stanley Gevirtz, edited by R.J. Ratner, 91–100. MAARAV 7. Rolling Hills Estates: Western Academic Press.
      ———. 1991b. “Akkadian.” In International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 1:39–42. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.
      ———. 1991c. “Tell Ziyada: The First Three Seasons of Excavation (1988-1990): Introduction.” In Lost Civilizations of the Desert: Recent Archaeological Research in Third Millennium Syria, edited by M. Fortin, 31–61. Bulletin of the Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies 21. Toronto: Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies.
      ———. 1992. “The Ebla Electronic Corpus: Onomastic Analysis.” In Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, edited by C.H. Gordon and G.A. Rendsburg, 3:107–28. Publications of the Center for Ebla Research at New York University. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.
      ———. 1993a. “Gli Amorrei e l’ ‘addomesticamento’ della steppa.” In L’Eufrate e il tempo : le civiltà del medio Eufrate e della Gezira siriana, edited by O. Rouault and M.G. Masetti-Rouault, 67–69. Milano: Electa.
      ———. 1993b. “Through a Tablet Darkly. A Reconstruction of Old Akkadian Monuments Described in Old Babylonian Copies.” In The Tablet and the Scroll. Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William W. Hallo, edited by M.E. Cohen, D.C. Snell, and D.B. Weisberg, 58–71. Bethesda: CDL Press.
      ———. 1994. “The Kudurrus as Monuments.” In Cinquante-Deux Reflexions Sur Le Proche-Orient Ancien : Offertes En Hommage à Léon De Meyer, 283–91. Mesopotamian History and Environment., Occasional Publications 2. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.
      ———. 1995a. “Eblaite and Amorite Names.” In Namenforschung : Ein Internationales Handbuch Zur Onomastik = Name Studies : An International Handbook of Onomastics = Les Noms Propres : Manuel International d’onomastique, edited by E. Eichler, H. Loeffler, H. Steger, and L. Zgusta, 1:856–60. Handbücher Zur Sprach- Und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science (HSK), 11,1. Berlin/New York: De Gruyter.
      ———. 1995b. “Ethics and Piety in the Ancient Near East.” In Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, edited by J. Sasson, 3:1685–96. New York: Scribner.
      ———. 1995c. “On Christic Polytheism and Christian Monotheism.” Communio: International Catholic Review 22: 113–38.
      ———. 1996a. A Structural Grammar of Babylonian. Wiesbaden: Harassowitz.
      ———. 1996b. “Amorite.” In The Dictionary of Art, edited by J. Turner, 1:795. Macmillan/New York: Grove.
      ———. 1996c. Review of Les Tribus Amurrites de Mari. Freiburg (Schweiz) ; Göttingen : Universitätsverlag : Vandenhoeck Und Ruprecht, 1991 (= Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis, 108), by M. Anbar. Archiv Für Orientforschung 42/43: 233–34.
      ———. 1996d. “Mesopotamian Magic as a Mythology and Ritual of Fate: Structural Correlations with Biblical Religion.” In The Persistence of Religions : Essays in Honor of Kees W. Bolle, edited by S.J. Denning-Bolle and E. Gerow, 185–96. Other Realities 9. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1996e. “Religious Vows and the Structure of Love.” Communio: International Catholic Review 23: 562–78.
      ———. 1996f. “The Role of Socio-Political Factors in the Emergence of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Domains in Early Mesopotamia.” In Privatization in the Ancient Near East and Classical World : A Colloquium Held at New York University, November 17-18, 1994, edited by M. Hudson and B.A. Levine, 129–51. Peabody Museum Bulletin 5. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
      ———. 1997a. “Akkadian.” In Semitic Languages, edited by R. Hetzron, 69–99. London: Routledge.
      ———. 1997b. “Akkadian and Amorite Phonology.” In Phonologies of Asia and Africa (Including the Caucasus), edited by A. Kaye, 1:1–37. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.
      ———. 1997c. “Syria in the Bronze Age.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, 5:126–31. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.
      ———. 1998a. Review of Archaeology’s Publication Problems. Washington, DC : Biblical Archaeology Society, 1996, by J. Aviram and H. Shanks. Near Eastern Archaeology 61 (2): 118–20.
      ———. 1998b. “Ascension, Parousia, and the Sacred Heart: Structural Correlations.” Communio: International Catholic Review 25: 69–103.
      ———. 1998c. “Preface.” In A Morphological and Lexical Study of Personal Names in the Ebla Texts, by J.M. Pagan, 1–3. ARES 3. Roma: Missione archeologica italiana in Siria.
      ———. 1998d. “Urkesh as Tell Mozan: Profiles of the Ancient City.” In Urkesh and the Hurrians Studies in Honor of Lloyd Cotsen, edited by G. Buccellati and M. Kelly-Buccellati, 11–34. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 26. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1999a. “The Royal Storehouse of Urkesh.” In Syria, Land of Civilizations, edited by M. Fortin and F. Tremblay, 170. Québec: Musée de la Civilisation.
      ———. 1999b. “Urkesh and the Question of Early Hurrian Urbanism.” In Urbanization and Land Ownership in the Ancient Near East, edited by M. Hudson and B.A. Levine, 229–50. Peabody Museum Bulletin 7. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
      ———. 2000a. “On Poetry and Friendship: Linear and Tensional Elements in the Old Babylonian Episode of Gilgamesh and Enkidu.” In Donum Natalicium. Studi in Onore Di Claudio Saporetti in Occasione Del Suo 60° Compleanno, edited by P. Negri Scafa and P. Gentili, 63–76. Roma: Borgia.
      ———. 2000b. “Urkesh: archeologia, conservazione e restauro.” Kermes : la rivista del restauro 40: 41–48.
      ———. 2002a. Review of A Sketch of Neo-Assyrian Grammar. State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. 13. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, 2000, by J. Hämeen-Anttila. Journal of the American Oriental Society 122 (4): 874–75.
      ———. 2002b. “Beyond Clay and Beyond Paper.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 4–5.
      ———. 2002c. Review of “Wenn Du Mein Bruder Bist, …” Interaktion Und Textgestaltung in Altbabylonischen Alltagsbriefen. Cuneiform Monographs, 16 Gröningen: Styx, 1999, by W. Sallaberger. Zeitschrift Für Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatische Archäologie 22: 303–5.
      ———. 2003a. “A LU E School Tablet from the Service Quarter of the Royal Palace AP at Urkesh.” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 55: 45–48.
      ———. 2003b. Review of Conquête de La Steppe et Appropriation Des Terres Sur Les Marges Arides Du Croissant Fertile. (= Travaux de La Maison de l’Orient Méditerranéen, Vol. 36), by B. Geyer. Archiv Für Orientforschung 50: 455–57.
      ———. 2003c. “Il cimento dell’estro e della ragione: la dimensione scribale della cosiddetta ’Teodicea Babilonese.” In Semitic and Assyriological studies : presented to Pelio Fronzaroli by pupils and colleagues, 97–104. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
      ———. 2003d. “Sacramentality and Culture.” Communio: International Catholic Review 30: 1–48.
      ———. 2003e. “Tell Mozan (Ancient Urkesh).” In Art of the First Cities. The Third Millennium B.C. from the Mediterranean to the Indus, edited by J. Aruz, 224–27. New Haven/London: Yale University Press.
      ———. 2004a. Review of Akkadisch in Der Ur III-Zeit. (Imgula 5). Münster: Rhema, 2002, by M. Hilgert. Zeitschrift Für Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatische Archäologie 94: 106–8.
      ———. 2004b. “Il secondo millennio nella memoria epica di Giuda e Israele.” Rivista della Facoltà di Teologia di Lugano 9 (3): 521–43.
      ———. 2004c. Review of La Civiltá Dei Hurriti. La Parola Del Passato. Rivista Di Studi Antichi, Vol. 55 Napoli: Gaetano Macchiaroli, 2000, by Anon. Die Welt Des Orients 34: 209–14.
      ———. 2004d. “Present at Creation.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 1–4.
      ———. 2005a. “The Monumental Urban Complex at Urkesh. Report on the 16th Season of Excavations, July-September 2003.” Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians 15: 3–28.
      ———. 2005b. “The Perception of Function and the Prehistory of the State in Syro-Mesopotamia.” In Archaeology without Limits : Papers in Honor of Clement W. Meighan, edited by B.D. Dillon and M.A. Boxt, 481–92. Lancaster: Labyrinthos.
      ———. 2006a. “A Browser Edition of the Royal Palace of Urkesh: Principles and Presuppositions.” In Les Espaces Syro-Mésopotamiens. Dimensions de l’experience Humaine Au Proche-Orient Ancien. Volume d’hommage Offert à Jean-Claude Margueron, edited by P. Butterlin, M. Lebeau, J.-Y. Montchambert, J.L. Montero Fenollós, and B. Muller, 49–55. Subartu 17. Turnhout: Brepols.
      ———. 2006b. “An Archaeologist on Mars.” In Confronting the Past. Archaeological and Historical Essays on Ancient Israel in Honor of William G. Dever, edited by S. Gitin, J.E. Wright, and J.P. Dessel, 17–21. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.
      ———. 2006c. “Conservation qua Archaeology at Tell Mozan/Urkesh.” In Of the Past, for the Future: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation, Proceedings of the Conservation Theme at the 5th World Archaeological Congress, Washington D.C. 22-26 June 2003, edited by N. Agnew and J. Bridgland, 73–81. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.
      ———. 2006d. Review of La Basse Vallée de l’Euphrate Syrien Du Néolithique à l’avènement de l’Islam: Géographie, Archéologie et Histoire, 2 Vols., Beyrouth : Institut Français Du Proche-Orient, 2003, by B. Geyer and J.-Y. Monchambert. American Journal of Archaeology 110 (3): 511–13.
      ———. 2006e. “On (e)-Tic and -Emic.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 12–13.
      ———. 2006f. “Presentation and Interpretation of Archaeological Sites: The Case of Tell Mozan, Ancient Urkesh.” In Of the Past, for the Future: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation, Proceedings of the Conservation Theme at the 5th World Archaeological Congress, Washington D.C. 22-26 June 2003, edited by N. Agnew and J. Bridgland, 152–56. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.
      ———. 2006g. “The Prophetic Dimension of Joseph.” Communio: International Catholic Review 33: 44–99.
      ———. 2007a. “Foreword.” In Reading Figurines. Animal Represenations in Terra Cotta from Royal Building AK. Urkesh/Mozan Studies 5, by R. Hauser, 17–23. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 28. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 2007b. “Non-Linear Archaeology.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 37–39.
      ———. 2007c. “Yahweh, the Trinity: The Old Testament Catechumenate.” Communio: International Catholic Review, 38-75,292-327.
      ———. 2008. “The Origin of the Tribe and of ‘Industrial’ Agropastoralism in Syro-Mesopotamia.” In The Archaeology of Mobility, by W. Wendrich and H. Barnard, 141–59. Cotsen Advanced Seminars 4. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology University of California.
      ———. 2009a. “An Architectural ‘Logogram’ at Urkesh?” In Dallo Stirone Al Tigri, Dal Tevere All’Eufrate : Studi in Onore Di Claudio Saporetti, edited by P. Negri Scafa and S. Viaggio, 23–29. A10 477. Roma: Aracne.
      ———. 2009b. “Value and Equivalence: The Role of Monetheism in Early Economic Systems.” Communio: International Catholic Review 36: 427–46.
      ———. 2010a. “The Question of Digital Thought.” In Studies in Linguistics and Semiotics. A Festschrift for Vyacheslav V. Ivanov, edited by T.M. Nikolaeva, 46–55. Moscow: Languages Slavic Cultures.
      ———. 2010b. “The Semiotics of Ethnicity: The Case of Hurrian Urkesh.” In Festschrift Für Gernot Wilhelm Anläßlich Seines 65. Geburtstages Am 28. Januar 2010, edited by J.C. Finke, 79–90. Dresden: ISLET.
      ———. 2010c. “The Urkesh Temple Terrace: Function and Perception.” In Kulturlandschaft Syrien : Zentrum Und Peripherie : Festschrift Für Jan-Waalke Meyer, edited by J. Becker, R. Hempelmann, and E. Rehm, 87–121. Alter Orient Und Altes Testament 371. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.
      ———. 2011a. “Digital Edition and Graphemic Analysis of the Ebla Texts.” In Cybernetica Mesopotamica, CD 4, by L. Milano. ARED Edizione Digitale 1. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 2011b. “Giorgio Buccellati Receives Newly Established Award.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 11.
      ———. 2011c. “Public Impact.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 100.
      ———. 2012a. “Aten in Amurru?” In Leggo! : Studies Presented to Frederick Mario Fales on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday, edited by G.B. Lanfranchi, D. Moran di Bonaccossi, C. Pappi, and S. Ponchia, 95–95. Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien 2. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
      ———. 2012b. “Coerenza e storia. La Mesopotamia nell’ottica storiografica di «Ordine e Storia»: Istituzioni politiche, trasmissione del pensiero e percezione dell’assoluto.” In Prima della filosofia. Dinamiche dell’esperienza nei regni dell’Oriente antico e in Israele, edited by N. Scotti Muth, 113–22. Milano: Vita e Pensiero.
      ———. 2012c. “La Trinità in un’ottica mesopotamica.” Rivista di filosofia neo-scolastica 104: 29–48.
      ———. 2012d. “The Floodwaters of Urkesh and the Structural Coherence of the Urkesh Temple Complex.” In “L’heure Immobile” Entre Ciel et Terre : Melanges En l’honneur d’Antoine Souleiman, by P. Quenet and M. al-Maqdisī, 21–33. Subartu 31. Turnhout: Brepols.
      ———. 2012e. “Towards A Linguistic Model For Archaeology.” Revue d’assyriologie et d’archéologie Orientale 106 (1): 37–43.
      ———. 2012f. “Trinity Spermatiké: The Veiled Perception of a Pagan World (Part 1).” Communio: International Catholic Review 39: 594–640.
      ———. 2013a. Alle origini della politica : la formazione e la crescita dello Stato in Siro-Mesopotamia. Paese delle quattro rive 1. Milano: Jaca Book.
      ———. 2013b. “The History of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology as a Research Paradigm.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 14–20.
      ———. 2013c. “Trinity Spermatiké: The Veiled Perception of a Pagan World (Part 2).” Communio: International Catholic Review 40: 99–131.
      ———. 2013d. “When Were the Hurrians Hurrian? The Persistence of Ethnicity in Urkesh.” In Cultures in Contact: From Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean in the Second Millennium B.C., edited by J. Aruz, S.B. Graff, and J. Rakic, 84–95. Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia. New York/New Haven: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, distributed by Yale University Press.
      ———. 2014a. “Courage among the Ruins: A Sustainable Conservation Program in Time of War.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 102–12.
      ———. 2014b. Dal profondo del tempo: all’origine della comunicazione e della comunità nell’antica Siria. Firenze: Società editrice fiorentina.
      ———. 2014c. “The Threefold Invention of Time: Transcendental, Transcendent, Trans-Temporal.” Euresis Journal 7: 69–85.
      ———. 2014d. “Un’invasione profetica.” Tracce 2: 44–49.
      ———. 2015a. “L’archeologia come presenza morale a Tell Mozan in Siria.” Bollettino dell’Associazione Archelogica Ticinese 27: 20–25.
      ———. 2015b. “Tensional Factors and Compositional Analysis. Crossovers Between Linguistics and Art Criticism.” In From the Treasures of Syria. Essays on Art and Archaeology in Honour of Stefania Mazzoni, edited by P. Ciafardoni and D. Gianessi, 289–98. PIHANS 126. Leiden: Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut in het Nabije Oosten.
      ———. 2015c. “The Transcendental Revolution.” In Fuzzy Boundaries. Festschrift Für Antonio Loprieno. Vol. I, edited by H. Amstutz, A. Dorn, M. Ronsdorf, and S. Uljas, 47–54. Hamburg: Widmaier Verlag.
      ———. 2015d. “Abramo e il desiderio di un ‘noi’ in armonia reciproca.” Il, September.
      ———. 2016a. An Invitation to Tell Mozan, Ancient Urkesh. Translated by R. Elendari, A. Slivi, and G. Rammo. Mozan: The Urkesh Press.
      ———. 2016b. “The Creation of the City of Man.” Communio: International Catholic Review 43: 617–41.
      ———. 2016c. “The Digital Itinerary of the Texts of Ebla.” In Libiamo Ne’ Lieti Calici. Ancient Near Eastern Studies Presented to Lucio Milano on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday by Pupils, Colleagues and Friends, edited by P. Corò, E. Devecchi, E. De Zorzi, and M. Maiocchi, 703–19. Alter Orient Und Altes Testament 436. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.
      ———. 2016d. “Urkesh: For a Semiotics of the Hurrian Sacred.” In Ebla e La Siria Dall’età Del Bronzo All’età Del Ferro, edited by P. Matthiae and M. D´Andrea, 117–36. Atti Dei Convegni Lincei / Accademia Nazionale Dei Lincei 304. Roma: Bardi.
      ———. 2017. A Critique of Archaeological Reason Structural, Digital and Philosophical Aspects of the Excavated Record. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
      ———. 2018. “A Children’s Hermeneutics.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 32–37.

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      Buccellati, G., and M. Kelly-Buccellati. 1967. “Archaeological Survey of the Palmyrene and the Jebel Bishri.” Archaeology 20 (4): 305–6.
      ———. 1971. “Ma sua moglie guardò indietro…(Gen.19:26).” Bibbia e Oriente 13: 226.
      ———. 1977a. New Archaeological Harvests from Syria. Pasadena: Ambassador International Cultural Foundation.
      ———. 1977b. “Syro-Mesopotamian Studies: A Preface.” Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 1 (1): 1–2.
      ———. 1977c. “Terqa Preliminary Reports, No. 1: General Introduction and the Stratigraphic Record of the First Two Seasons.” Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 1 (3).
      ———. 1977d. “The Terqa Archaeological Project: First Preliminary Report.” Annales Archéologiques Arabes Syriennes 27: 71–96.
      ———. 1978a. IIMAS, Field Encoding Manual (Non-Digital). Aids and Research Tools in Ancient Near Eastern Studies 2. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1978b. “Terqa Preliminary Reports, No. 6: The Third Season: Introduction and the Stratigraphic Record.” Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 2 (6): 1–36.
      ———. 1980. “The Jewels of Ninkarrak,” Archaelogy at UCLA, 1 (21): 1–4.
      ———. 1982. “Terqa 7,” Archaelogy at UCLA, 2 (9): 1–4.
      ———. 1983. “Terqa: The First Eight Seasons.” Annales Archéologiques Arabes Syriens 33: 47–67.
      ———. 1985. “Terqa and the Kingdom of Khana.” In Ebla to Damascus: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria, edited by H. Weiss, 217–22. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.
      ———. 1986a. “The Glory of Ancient Syria Part 1.” Terra 24 (4): 6–13.
      ———. 1986b. “The Glory of Ancient Syria Part 2.” Terra 24 (5): 22–29.
      ———. 1988a. “Introduction.” In Qraya Modular Reports: Soundings 1977-79 and 1984-85, by K. Simpson, 4:3–7. Monographic Journals of the Near East. Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 4. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1988b. Mozan 1: The Soundings of the First Two Seasons. Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 20. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1990a. “Mozan: Soundings on the High Mound During The First Two Season.” In Photographic Data Sets 1 IIMAS, 1–15. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1990b. “Tell Mozan.” Syrian Archaeology Bulletin 2: 4–7.
      ———. 1990c. “Tell Mozan.” Mille et Une Capitales de Haute-Mésopotamie, Les Dossiers d’Archéologie 155 (December): 18–23.
      ———. 1991a. “Introduction.” In Mozan 2 The Epigraphic Finds of the Sixth Season, by L. Milano, 1:3–7. Monographic Journals of the Near East. Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 5. Malibu: Undena Publications.
      ———. 1991b. “Mozan.” American Journal of Archaeology 95: 712–14.
      ———. 1994a. “Mozan.” American Journal of Archaeology 98: 131–33.
      ———. 1994b. “Mozan: Tales from a Hurrian (?) Storehouse, 2300 BC.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 1, 4–5.
      ———. 1995a. “Mozan, Tall.” In Reallexikon Der Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie, 8:386–93. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.
      ———. 1995b. “The Identification of Urkesh with Tell Mozan.” Orient Express, no. 3: 67–70.
      ———. 1996a. “The Royal Storehouse of Urkesh: The Glyptic Evidence from the Southwestern Wing.” Archiv Für Orientforschung 42/43: 1–32.
      ———. 1996b. “The Seals of the King of Urkesh: Evidence from the Western Wing of the Royal Storehouse AK.” Wiener Zeitschrift Für Die Kunde Des Morgenlandes 86: 65–100.
      ———. 1997a. “Mozan, Tell.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, 4:60–64. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.
      ———. 1997b. “Terqa.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, 5:188–90. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.
      ———. 1997c. “The Seventh Season of Excavations at Tell Mozan, 1992.” Chronique Archéologique En Syrie 1: 79–84.
      ———. 1997d. “Una manciata di secoli.” Bollettino dell’Associazione Archelogica Ticinese 9: 16–23.
      ———. 1997e. “Urkesh. The First Hurrian Capital.” Biblical Archaeologist 60: 77–96.
      ———. 1998a. “The Courtiers of the Queen of Urkesh: Glyptic Evidence from the Western Wing of the Royal Storehouse AK.” In About Subartu. Studies Devoted to Upper Mesopotamia. Volume II: Culture, Society, Image, 2:195–216. Subartu 4.
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      ———. 1999. “Das archäologische Projekt Tall Mozan/Urkesh.” Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin 131: 7–16.
      ———. 2000a. “The Royal Palace and the Daughter of Naram-Sin. Report on the 12th Season of Excavations June October 1999.” The Urkesh Bulletin 3: 3–28.
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      ———. 2001a. “In Search of Hurrian Urkesh.” Archaeology Odyssey 4 (3): 16–27.
      ———. 2001b. “Überlegungen zur funktionellen und historischen Bestimmung des Königspalastes von Urkeš. Bericht über die 13. Kampagne in Tall Mozan/Urkeš: Ausgrabungen im Gebiet AA, Juni-August 2000.” Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin 133: 59–96.
      ———. 2002a. “Die Große Schnittstelle. Bericht über die 14. Kampagne in Tall Mozan/Urkeš: Ausgrabungen im Gebiet AA, Juni-Oktober 2001.” Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin 134: 103–30.
      ———. 2002b. “Tar’am-Agade, Daughter of Naram-Sin, at Urkesh.” In Of Pots and Plans. Papers on the Archaeology and History of Mesopotamia and Syria Presented to David Oates in Honour of His 75th Birthday, by L. Al-Gailani Werr, 11–31. London: NABU.
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      ———. 2005a. “Naming Names: The 2004 Season of Excavations at Ancient Urkesh.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 2-4,11.
      ———. 2005b. “Urkesh as a Hurrian Religious Center.” Studi Micenei Ed Egeo-Anatolici 47: 27–59.
      ———. 2007a. “Between Heaven Ad Hell in Ancient Urkesh.” Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 68–73.
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      ———. 2009. “The Great Temple Terrace at Urkesh and the Lions of Tish-Atal.” In General Studies And Excavations at Nuzi 11/2 in Honor of David I. Owen on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday October 28, 2005, edited by G. Wilhelm, 33–69. Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians 18. Bethesda: CDL Press.
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      ———. 2017b. “Conserviamo il futuro.” Tracce, February, 26–29.
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      Buccellati, G., and C. Speroni, eds. 1981. The Shape of the Past: Studies in Honor of Franklin D. Murphy. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology UCLA.

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