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Julian Reade (14 dicembre 1938) è uno studioso britannico.

è professore aggiunto di Archeologi del Vicino Oriente all'Università di Copenaghen.

Educational background 1952-7. King’s Scholar, Eton College, Windsor. 1957-61. Foundation Scholar, King’s College, University of Cambridge. 1960-4. BA, MA (Classics—Greek and Latin; Oriental Languages—Arabic and Persian). University of Cambridge. 1962-4. Fellow, British School of Archaeology in Iraq, Baghdad. 1964-5. C. H. W. Johns Student in Assyriology, University of Cambridge. 1964-5. S. R. K. Glanville Student in Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Cambridge. 1970. Ph.D.: “The Design and Decoration of Neo-Assyrian Public Buildings.” Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge. Principal academic positions 1971-4. G. A. Wainwright Fellow in Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Oxford. 1973- Present. Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of London. 1975-2000. Curator, Department of Western Asiatic Antiquities/Department of the Ancient Near East, British Museum, London. 1981. Visiting Professor, Institute of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Copenhagen. 1982-3. Acting Lecturer, Institute of Archaeology, University of London. 1985-90. Honorary Treasurer, Society for Arabian Studies, London. 1994-6. Honorary Librarian, Royal Asiatic Society, London. 2003. Visiting Professor. Carsten Niebuhr Institute, University of Copenhagen. 2004-9. Adjunct Professor in Near Eastern Studies, Department of Middle Eastern, Asian and Arctic Studies, subsequently Institute of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. 2009-14. Adjunct Professor at the Centre of Canon and Identity Formation, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. Archaeological excavations 1961. Archaeological assistant: Corbridge (England); Cheddar (England). 1962-3. Archaeologist: Nimrud (Iraq). 1963-4. Archaeologist: Can Hasan (Turkey). 1964-71. Archaeologist, later Assistant Director: Tell al-Rimah (Iraq). 1967-73. Director: Tell Taya (Iraq). 1988-92. Director: Ra’s al-Hadd (Sultanate of Oman). Conferences organized 1979 Chalcolithic Cyprus and Western Asia (British Museum). 1988 The Indian Ocean in Antiquity (British Museum). 2000 Historic Oman: Cultures, Contacts, Environment (Anglo-Omani Society, British Museum). Published as Journal of Oman Studies 12 (2003) by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Sultanate of Oman.

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Monographs, Edited Volumes and Private Publications 1967. The Evolution and Employment of Painted and Sculptured Decoration in Late Assyrian Architecture. First draft of 1970 dissertation. 268 pp. Privately distributed. Cambridge. 1970. The Design and Decoration of Neo-Assyrian Public Buildings. Ph. D. dissertation (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge). 418 pp. Microfilm available. OCLC 123175366. Cambridge. 1979. Early Etched Beads and the Indus-Mesopotamia Trade (British Museum Occasional Paper, no. 2). 36 pp. London. 1981. Editor, Chalcolithic Cyprus and Western Asia (British Museum Occasional Paper, no. 26). 74 pp. London. 1983. Assyrian Sculpture. 72 pp. 2nd edition, 1998. Reprints 1984-2009. London (British Museum Publications/Press). 1987- Present. Illustrations editor for S. Parpola et al., State Archives of Assyria, Vols 1-18. Helsinki (University Press). 1990. Joint editor and contributor (with S. Cleuziou and M. Tosi). The Joint Hadd Project: Summary Report on the Third Season (October 1987-February 1988). Privately distributed. Paris. 1991. Mesopotamia. 72 pp. 2nd edition, 2000. Reprints 1993-2008. London (British Museum Press). Translation: Spanish: Mesopotamia: La Herencia del Pasado, 2 (AKAL, Madrid, 1998). 1995. Joint editor and contributor (with J.E. Curtis). Art and Empire: Treasures from Assyria in the British Museum. London (British Museum Press). 224 pp. 2nd edition, 2000. Translations: Spanish: Tresori de Asiria en el Museo Bretannico: Arte e Imperio (Mexico, 1994, 287 pp.); Japanese (1996, 244 pp.); Danish: Nimrud og Ninive: Skatte fra Assyrien i British Museum (British Museum Press and Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen, 1997, 224 pp.); Chinese (Shanghai Museum, 2006, 240 pp.); Spanish: Arte e Imperio: Tesoros Asirios del British Museum (MARQ-Museo Arqueologico de Alicante, 2007, 240 pp.). 1996. Editor and contributor. The Indian Ocean in Antiquity. 524 pp. London (Kegan Paul International). 1996. Provisional Draft Handlist of Royal Asiatic Society Manuscripts in Arabic Script. Compendium from existing catalogues with additional material. Privately distributed. London. 2002. Joint editor and contributor. L. al-Gailani Werr et al, editors, Of Pots and Plans: Papers on the Archaeology of Mesopotamia and Syria presented to David Oates in honour of his 75th Birthday. 401 pp. London (Nabu Publications). 2008. Assyrian Stone Vessels and Related Material in the British Museum. Joint authors: A. Searight, I. Finkel. 200 pp. Oxford (Oxbow Books). Papers in journals and edited volumes 1963. A glazed brick panel from Nimrud. Iraq 25: 38-47. London. 1964. More drawings of Ashurbanipal sculptures. Iraq 26: 1-13. London. 1964. El-Mutabbaq and Umm Rus. Sumer 20: 83-9. Baghdad. 1965. Twelve Ashurnasirpal reliefs. Iraq 27: 119-34. London. 1967. Two slabs from Sennacherib's palace. Iraq 29: 42-8. London. 1968. The palace of Tiglath-pileser III. Iraq 30: 69-73. London. 1968. Tell Taya (1967): summary report. Iraq 30: 234-64. London. 1970. The accession of Sinsharishkun. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 23: 1-9. Cambridge, Mass. 1971. Tell Taya (1968-9): summary report. Iraq 33: 87-100. London. 1971. China and Japan: the meeting of East and West. Discovering Antiques 30: 697- 701. London. 1972. The Neo-Assyrian court and army: evidence from the sculptures. Iraq 34: 87- 112. London. 1973. Tell Taya (1972-3): summary report. Iraq 35: 155-87. Including appendices by H. Barker, M. Bimson, S.Bökönyi, G. Farrant, J. N. Postgate: 173-87. London. 1975. Ashurnasirpal I and the White Obelisk. Iraq 37: 129-50. London. 1975. Sources for Sennacherib: the prisms. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 27: 189-96. Cambridge, Mass. 1976. Elam and Elamites in Assyrian sculpture. Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran 9: 97-106. Berlin. 1976. Sargon's campaigns of 720, 716 and 715 B.C.: evidence from the sculptures. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 35: 95-104. Chicago. 1976. Western Asiatic antiquities. In British Museum Guide: 217-48. London (British Museum Publications). 1977. Shikaft-i Gulgul: its date and symbolism. Iranica Antiqua 12: 33-44. Leiden. 1977. Western Asiatic catalogue entries. In H. Tait, editor, Jewellery through 7000 Years (reissued in 1989 as Seven Thousand Years of Jewellery). London (British Museum Publications). 1977-80. Kalhu. Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie 5: 303-23. Joint author: J. N. Postgate. Berlin/New York (Walter de Gruyter). 1978. Assyrian campaigns and the Babylonian frontier. Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 68: 251-60. Berlin. 1978. Kassites and Assyrians in Iran. Iran 16: 137-43. London. 1978. Studies in Assyrian geography, I: Sennacherib and the waters of Nineveh; II: notes on the inner provinces. Revue d'Assyriologie et d'Archéologie orientale 73: 47- 72; 157-80. Paris. 1979. Ideology and propaganda in Assyrian art. In M. T. 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Archaic Nineveh. Baghdader Mitteilungen 14: 33-41. Joint author: D. Collon. Berlin. 1983. Rassam's Jirjib sounding, 1882. Iraq 45: 97-100. London. 1985. Texts and sculptures from the North-West Palace, Nimrud. Iraq 47: 203-14. London. 1986. Rassam's Babylonian Collection: the excavations and the archives. Introduction to E. Leichty, Catalogue of the Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum, vol. VI: xii-xxxvi. London (British Museum Publications). 1986. Claudius James Rich: diplomat, archaeologist and collector. Rich Exhibition brochure. 4 pp. Joint author: Y. Safadi. London (British Library). 1986. A hoard of silver currency from Achaemenid Babylon. Iran 24: 79-89. Including appendices by M. J. Hughes, M. R. Cowell: 87-9. London. 1986. Commerce or conquest: variations in the Mesopotamia-Dilmun relationship. In H.A. Al Khalifa and M. Rice, editors, Bahrain through the Ages: 325-34. London (Kegan Paul International). 1986. Not Shalmaneser but Kidudu. Baghdader Mitteilungen 17: 299-300. 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British Museum Society Bulletin 58 (summer 1988): 29. London. 1989. On site at the crossroads of the Arabian Sea. British Museum Society Bulletin 60 (spring 1989): 21-3. London. 1989. Shalmaneser or Ashurnasirpal in Ararat? State Archives of Assyria Bulletin 3: 93-7. Padova. 1990. Carrières et prefabrication dans le monde néo-assyrien. In M. Waelkens, editor, Pierre éternelle du Nil au Rhin: carrières et prefabrication: 45-52. Bruxelles (Crédit communal). 1991. The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Early Mesopotamia. British Museum Magazine 6 (summer 1991): 15-7. London. 1992. An early Warka tablet. In B. Hrouda, S. Kroll and P. Z. Spanos, editors, Von Uruk nach Tuttul: eine Festschrift für Eva Strommenger: Studien und Aufsätze von Kollegen und Freunden: 177-9. München/Wien (Profil Verlag). 1992. The Elamite tablets from Nineveh. NABU 1992 (4): 87-8. Paris. 1992. Archaeological news: a note on the excavations at Ra's al-Hadd. British Museum Magazine 11 (autumn 1992): 12. London. 1993. Ra's al-Hadd excavations, 1992: summary report. Orient-Express 1993 (1): 3-4. Paris. 1993. Later Mesopotamia. British Museum Magazine 16 (winter 1993): 12-3. 1993. The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Gallery of Later Mesopotamia at the British Museum. Minerva 4(4): 40-3. London. 1993. Hormuzd Rassam and his discoveries. Iraq 55: 39-62. London. 1994. Campaigning around Musasir. In A. Çilingiroglu and D.H. French, editors, Anatolian Iron Ages 3: The Proceedings of the Third Anatolian Iron Ages Colloquium held at Van, 6-12 August 1990 (British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, monograph no. 16): 185-8. Ankara (British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara). 1994. Les relations anglo-françaises en Assyrie. In E. Fontan and N. Chevalier, editors, De Khorsabad à Paris: la découverte des Assyriens (Notes et documents des musées de France, no. 26): 116-35. Paris (Louvre, Département des Antiquités orientales; Réunion des Musées Nationaux). 1994. Three hoards from Babylonia in the British Museum. In U. Wartenberg, M. Jessop Price and K. A. McGregor, editors, Coin Hoards, vol. VIII: 88-9. London (The Royal Numismatic Society). 1994. Revisiting the North-West Palace, Nimrud. Orientalia (nova series) 63 (3): 273- 8. Roma (Pontificium Institutum Biblicum). 1995. The symposion in ancient Mesopotamia: archaeological evidence. In O. Murray and M. Tecusan, editors, In Vino Veritas: 35-56. London (British School at Rome, et al.). 1995. Lots of eponyms. Iraq 57: 167-72. Joint author: I. L. Finkel. London. 1995. The Khorsabad glazed bricks and their symbolism. In A. Caubet, editor, Khorsabad, le palais de Sargon II, roi d'Assyrie (Louvre, conférences et colloques): 225-51. Paris (La Documentation Française). 1995. Magan and Meluhha merchants at Ur? In U. Finkbeiner, R. Dittmann and H. Hauptmann, editors, Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Vorderasiens: Festschrift für Rainer Michael Boehmer: 597-600. Mainz (Verlag Philipp von Zabern). 1995. Iran in the Neo-Assyrian period. In M. Liverani, editor, Neo-Assyrian Geography (Quaderni di Geografia Storica, 5): 31-42. Roma (Università di Roma "La Sapienza"). 1995. Introductory chapter: The history of Assyria, and contributions to catalogue. In J. E. Curtis and J. E. Reade, editors, Art and Empire: Treasures from Assyria in the British Museum: 17-31, and passim. London (British Museum Press). 1996. Introduction: Evolution in Indian Ocean studies. In J. E. Reade, editor, The Indian Ocean in Antiquity: 13-20. London (Kegan Paul International). 1996. The Utuhegal stela from Ur. Baghdader Mitteilungen 27: 229-34. Berlin. 1996. Assyrian hieroglyphs. Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 86/2: 244-68. Joint author: I. L. Finkel. Berlin/New York (Walter de Gruyter). 1996. Taya, Tell. In J. Turner (editor), The Dictionary of Art, vol. 30: 383. New York/London (Grove/Macmillan). 1996. Ra's al-Hadd. In E. M. 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Joint author: A. Benoist. CD-ROM. Lyon (Maison de l'Orient/Gremmo). 1998. Assyrian illustrations of Arabs. In C. S. Phillips, D. T . Potts and S. Searight, editors, Arabia and its Neighbours: Essays on prehistorical and historical developments presented in honour of Beatrice de Cardi (Abiel II: New Research on the Arabian Peninsula): 221-32. Turnhout, Belgium (Brepols). 1998. Assyrian illustrations of Nineveh. Iranica Antiqua 33 (= R. Boucharlat, J. E. Curtis and E. Haerinck, editors, Neo-Assyrian, Median, Achaemenian and other studies in honor of David Stronach): 81-94. Gent. 1999. An eagle from the east. Britannia 30: 286-8. London (Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies). 1999. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The Nabataean Royal Tombs at Petra. The Ziggurrat of Ur. The Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh. The Palace of Persepolis. The Arch of Ctesiphon. The Fortresses of Van. The Walls of Babylon. Masada. The Marib Dam of Southern Arabia. In C. Scarre, editor, The Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World: the Great Monuments and How they were Built: 27-9, 68-70, 97-9, 159-66, 185-7, 201-6, 217-9, 230-1. London (Thames and Hudson). 2000. Early British excavations at Babylon. In J. Renger, editor, Babylon: Focus mesopotamischer Geschichte, Wiege früher Gelehrsamkeit, Mythos in der Moderne; 24-26 März 1998 in Berlin, im Auftrag des Vorstands der Deutschen Orient- Gesellschaft (Internationales Colloquium der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft, 2): 47- 65. Saarbrücken (SDV, Saarbrücker Druckerei und Verlag). 2000. Alexander the Great and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Iraq 62: 195-217. London. 2000. Sacred places in ancient Oman. Journal of Oman Studies 11: 133-8. Muscat. 2000. Ninive (Nineveh). Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie 9 (5-6): 388-433. Berlin/New York (Walter de Gruyter). 2000. Restructuring the Assyrian sculptures. In R. Dittmann et al., editors, Variatio Delectat: Iran und der Westen: Gedenkschrift für Peter Calmeyer (Alter Orient und Altes Testament, Band 272): 607-25. Münster (Ugarit-Verlag). 2000. Das Kultrelief aus Assur: Glas, Ziegen, Zapfen und Wasser. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin 132: 105-12. Berlin. 2000. Absolute dates and Assyrian calendars. Akkadica 119-120: 151-3. Brussels. 2000. Semiramis and the king of Babylon. NABU 2000(4), 69: 80. Joint author: I. L. Finkel. Paris. 2000. Lord Aberdeen's Black Stone. NABU 2000(4), 70: 80-1. Joint author: I. L. Finkel. Paris. 2000. Early carvings from the Mocatta, Blau, and Herzfeld Collections. NABU 2000(4), 71: 81-2. Paris. 2000. The Holy Grail. NABU 2000(4), 72: 82. Paris. 2000. Early Dynastic statues in the British Museum. NABU 2000(4), 73: 82-6. Paris. 2000. The Standard of Ur. NABU 2000(4), 74: 86. Paris. 2000. Early foundation records from the Istar Temple at Nineveh. NABU 2000(4), 75: 86-7. Paris. 2000. The reign of Adad-suma-usur. NABU 2000(4), 76: 87. Paris. 2000. The stone tablet from "Za'aleh". NABU 2000(4), 77: 87. Paris. 2000. Assyrian sculptures in the British Museum: technical notes. NABU 2000(4), 78: 88. Paris. 2000. The distribution of Assyrian sculptures. NABU 2000(4), 79: 88-9. Paris. 2000. Elam after the Assyrian sack of Susa in 647 BC. NABU 2000(4), 80: 89. Paris. 2000. Stela fragments from Babylon in the British Museum. NABU 2000(4), 81: 89. Paris. 2000 Diogenes the donkey: a message from the past on an Assyrian relief. British Museum Magazine: the Journal of the British Museum Friends 36 (spring 2000): 12. London. 2001. Assyrian king-lists, the Royal Tombs of Ur, and Indus origins. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 60: 1-29. Chicago. 2001. Arabian softstone vessels from Iraq in the British Museum. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 12: 156-72. Joint author: A. Searight. Copenhagen. 2001. Ninive: Das späte 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr. In J.-W. Meyer, M. Novák, and A. 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