Publications by Michael Jursa

List of Publications


 All Publications by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Jursa

2017


Jursa, M., & Schmidl, M. (2017). Babylonia as a Source of Imperial Revenue from Cyrus to Xerxes. In B. Jacobs, W. F. M. Henkelman, & M. W. Stolper (Eds.), Die Verwaltung im Achämenidenreich: imperiale Muster und Strukturen : Akten des 6. Internationalen Kolloquiums zum Thema "Vorderasien im Spannungsfeld klassischer und altorientalischer Überlieferungen" aus Anlass der 80-Jahr-Feier der Entdeckung des Festungsarchivs von Persepolis, Landgut Castelen bei Basel, 14.-17. Mai 2013 = Administration in the Achaemenid Empire (Vol. 17, pp. 715-740). Harrassowitz Verlag. Classica et Orientalia


Jursa, M. (2017). The State and Its Subjects under the Neo-Babylonian Empire. In R. De Boer, & J-G. Dercksen (Eds.), Private and State in the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the 58th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale at Leiden 16–20 July 2012 (pp. 43-67). Eisenbrauns.


2016


Jursa, M. (2016). Silver and other forms of elite wealth in seventh century BC Babylonia. In K. Kleber, & R. Pirngruber (Eds.), Silver, Money and Credit. A tribute to Robartus J. van der Spek on Occasion of his 65th Birthday on 18th September 2014 (pp. 61-71). Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten.


Jursa, M. (2016). Talking of Eating and Food in Iron-Age Babylonia. In P. Corò, E. Devecchi, N. De Zorzi, & M. Maiocchi (Eds.), Libare nei lieti calici. Ancient Near Eastern Studies Presented to Lucio Milano on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday by Pupils, Colleagues and Friends (pp. 181-198). Ugarit-Verlag. Alter Orient und Altes Testament Vol. 436


2015


Reinfandt, C. L., Tost, S., & Jursa, M. (2015). Administrative Epistolography in Ancient Empires. In S. Procházka, L. Reinfandt, & S. Tost (Eds.), Official Epistolography and the Language(s) of Power. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the NFN Imperium and Officium (Vienna 2010) (pp. XI-XXIV). Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW).


Jursa, M., & Hackl, J. (2015). Egyptians in Babylonia in the Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods. In J. Stökl, & C. Waerzeggers (Eds.), Exile and Return. The Babylonian Context: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 478 (pp. 157-180). Walter de Gruyter.


Jursa, M. (2015). Families, Officialdom and Families of Royal Officials in Chaldean and Achaemenid Babylonia. In A. Archi (Ed.), Tradition and Innovation in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the 57th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale at Rome 4-8 July 2011 (pp. 597-606). Eisenbrauns.


Jursa, M. (2015). Labour in Babylonia in the first millennium BC. In P. Steinkeller, & M. Hudson (Eds.), Labor in the Ancient World (pp. 345-396). ISLET.


Jursa, M. (2015). Late Babylonian Epigraphy: a Case Study. In E. Devecchi, G. G. W. Müller, & J. Mynaróva (Eds.), Current Research in Cuneiform Palaeography. Proceedings of the Workshop Organised at the 60th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Warsaw 2014 (pp. 187-198). PeWe Verlag.


Jursa, M. (2015). Market performance and market integration in Babylonia in the ‘Long Sixth Century’ BC. In R. J. van der Spek, B. van Leeuwen, & J. L. van Zanden (Eds.), A History of Market Performance From Ancient Babylonia to the Modern World (pp. 83-106). Routledge.


Jursa, M., & Hackl, J. (2015). Rhetorics, Politeness, Persuasion and Argumentation in Late-Babylonian Epistolography. In S. Procházka, L. Reinfandt, & S. Tost (Eds.), Official Epistolography and the Language(s) of Power. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the NFN Imperium and Officium (Vienna 2010) (pp. 101-115). Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW).


Jursa, M., & Moreno Garcia, J-C. (2015). The Ancient Near East and Egypt. In A. Monson, & W. Scheidel (Eds.), Fiscal regimes and the Political Economy of Early States (pp. 115-165). Cambridge University Press.


2014


Schmidl, M., Hackl, J., & Jursa, M. (2014). Spätbabylonische Briefe: Bd. 1: Spätbabylonische Privatbriefe. (1 ed.) Ugarit-Verlag. Alter Orient und Altes Testament Vol. 414 No. 1 www.ugarit-verlag.com/publikation.html


Jursa, M. (2014). Babylonia in the first millennium BCE – economic growth in times of empire. In L. Neal, & J. G. Williamson (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Capitalism: Vol. 1: The Rise of Capitalism: From Ancient Origins to 1848 (Vol. 1, pp. 24-42).


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