Abgadiyat

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ISSN / EISSN : 1687-8280 / 2213-8609
Published by: Brill Academic Publishers (10.1163)
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ياسين الجبوري علي
Published: 30 September 2018
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Proverbs are very short sentences popular speech of everyday life, which indicate indirectly special issues concerning political, administrative and social life, etc. The history and origin of Mesopotamians proverbs dates back to the early Dynasty when they were used orally until the Sumerian invented writing approximately 3400 BCE. Thereafter, school teachers used them as an example for students and in this way hundreds of proverbs preserved and continued until the collapse of the late Babylonian period 539 BCE. However, some of them continued in use until now. This paper focuses on some of the discovered proverbs in Assyrian letters and extended to our Arabic language.
عامر إسلام
Published: 30 September 2018
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This article deals with one of the administrative offices, the Office provider of people, which can be defined as Labor Bureau, or the Service Office, only known in the Late Middle Kingdom. Researchers hold different views concerning the meaning and translation of the expression of this administrative office, and the nature of its functions. This article aims at determining the exact meaning of the name of this Office, recognizing the administrative structure and the nature of its staff, defining the specializations and nature of the missions of this administrative office, deciding the time of its appearance and disappearance, and discovering the organization to which it was subject.
ياسين الجبوري علي
Published: 30 September 2018
Abstract:
Justice is one of the Assyrian Kings’ titles during the Sargon II Dynasty, 721–612 BCE. They used to say that they loved justice. Despite the existence of courts and judges, high-ranking officials and astrologers prefer to complain to the King directly using their association with the King to state their problem, sometimes between lines or at the end of the report. Most of the cases are concerned with either estate or other affairs.This paper focused on those cases; unfortunately in most cases we do not know the King’s orders except in some cases when the officials were not satisfied with the judge’s verdict, therefore they complain again and mention the King’s order as an indirect speech in the same letter.
سالم غانم محمود
Published: 30 September 2018
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The Nabataeans were a group of nomads living in the Arabian Desert, who grouped together and centered on a rather vast area for over 400 years. At this peak, the Nabataeans stretched from modern-day Madain Saleh to Damascus, and from Western Iraq to Peninsula of Sinai according to some historians. No one is sure how large their Empire really was. They were elusive and mysterious, while their caravans traveled widely. It is difficult to be certain of the borders of their kingdom, or the extent of their travel.Wadi Mukattab in South Sinai is also known as the Valley of the Inscriptions; in this Valley, there are numerous Nabataean inscriptions. In this paper, the Nabataeans in Wadi Mukattab will be studied through their inscriptions in detail; we will also illustrate the Arabian Egyptian relations during the Roman period.
سعد الجندي محمود
Published: 30 September 2018
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The art and archaeological study of a unique collection of marble compositions in Sersmos village, Menoufia Governorate, which are not registered as Islamic monuments, is very significant given the fact of a few number of these particular marble compositions in cemeteries in rural regions compared with a large number of wooden compartments.This research is conducted for detailed descriptive study of characteristics and art features of each composition to highlight the religious dimension and its impact on the decorations; writings, in particular Quranic verses, doaa, funeral and historical writings. The research studies these holy verses and their significance and compatibility with the nature and function of the compositions. In addition, the decorations include plants, lush trees, flowers and the fruits of Paradise represent a prominent role in the decorative formation.The research adopts a descriptive approach through field study for the decorative formation of this unique collection. In addition, adopts an analytical approach through sources and references, and their characteristics and features to highlight the religious impact in implementation. Also, a comparative study with other contemporary compositions.The research views the risks and challenges to this unique unregistered collection, and recommends immediate protection and registration as Islamic monuments in order to maintain their significant value.
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