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Fri Mar 21 17:05:39 2014 UTClccn-n880465130.47On an Egyptian/Asiatic frontier : an archaeological history of the wadi Tumilat. Vol.1 /0.600.92Mortality, monuments and mobility : ancestor traditions and the transcendence of space /154715702n 880465132914652217705Chicago. University. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and CivilizationsDepartment of Near Easter Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago.University of Chicago. Department of Oriental languages and civilizationsUniversity of Chicago. Department of Oriental languages and literaturesUniversity of Chicago. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and CivilizationscontainsVIAFID/153569808University of Chicagoviaf-161611649University of ChicagoDepartment of Oriental Languages and Literaturesviaf-156527049University of ChicagoDepartment of Oriental Languages and Civilizationslccn-n50031538Cameron, George G.(George Glenn)1905-1979edtlccn-nr96012209Seele, Keith C.(Keith Cedric)1898-1971edtlccn-n80082348University of ChicagoPresslccn-n79040109Biggs, Robert D.edtlccn-n79027111University of ChicagoOriental Institutelccn-n79063497Gibson, McGuireedtnc-university of chicagoUniversity of Chicagonc-jstor organisationJSTOR (Organisation)University of ChicagoDepartment of Near Eastern Languages and CivilizationsPeriodicalsHistoryConference proceedingsSemitic philologyMiddle EastHebrew philologyBureaucracyIraq--Ur (Extinct city)Interorganizational relationsPolitical scienceAntiquitiesExcavations (Archaeology)EgyptChinaZhou Dynasty (China)SyriaNigeria--Niger River DeltaFuneral rites and ceremonies, AncientPottery, EgyptianBibleCivilizationMiddle East--Euphrates River ValleyNomadsShepherdsFuneral rites and ceremonies198719891991200020031711723492.05DS41146313ocn001754689serial0.56University of ChicagoJournal of Near Eastern studiesPeriodicals2435ocn017829649book19870.86Gibson, McGuireThe Organization of power : aspects of bureaucracy in the ancient Near EastHistoryConference proceedings11ocn497545771art19890.84Redmount, Carol AnnOn an Egyptian/Asiatic frontier : an archaeological history of the Wadi Tumilat11ocn803623624book20000.92Porter, AnneMortality, monuments and mobility : ancestor traditions and the transcendence of spaceThe demarcation of space that these mounds represent was a response to shifting social relationships that resulted from fluctuations in the nature of use of space by mobile pastoralists, contrary to current consensus vested in models of sedentary agriculture. The impact of time-space distanciation and the potential for fragmentation is high in mobile systems characterized by changing constraints, physical and social dispersal. This, in addition to the maintenance of corporate access to pastures, gives rise to systems of social structure and integration that serve to transcend the distention wrought by space and enable flexibility in the constitution of the group. Tradition and kinship are two key factors in the interactions of such groups and are configured through descent, fictive or real, ideological or structural. In any social system where descent plays a prominent role, the forbears who constitute the line or web of descent are attributed a singular condition11ocn847889136com0.56The American journal of Semitic languages and literaturesPeriodicals11ocn059588176book19890.47Redmount, Carol AnnOn an Egyptian/Asiatic frontier : an archaeological history of the wadi Tumilat. Vol.111ocn803878669book20030.88Li, FengThe decline and fall of the Western Zhou dynasty : a historical, archaeological, and geographical study of China from the tenth to the eight centuries B.C.HistoryFri Mar 21 15:50:47 EDT 2014batch6570