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Barbe et barbus : symboliques, rites et pratiques du port de la barbe dans le Proche-Orient ancien et moderne / Youri Volokhine, Bruce Fudge & Thomas Herzog (éds) ; avec la collaboration de Zina Maleh
Ouvrage
Appartient aux collections: EGeA, 2296-8628, 5, Bern, 2014-
Publication: Bern [etc.] : Peter Lang, 2019 Description: 1 vol. (191 p.) : ill. ; 30 cmCollection : EGeA; 5, ISSN 2296-8628ISBN: 9783034336116.Langue: Français ; AnglaisPays: Suisse Autre auteur: Volokhine, Youri, 1966-...., Editeur scientifique; Herzog, Thomas, 1964-...., Editeur scientifique; Fudge, Bruce, 1967-...., Editeur scientifique; Maleh, Zina, Collaborateur Résumé: Ranging from Sumer to ISIS, this collection presents an historic and anthropological approach to the beard in Middle Eastern religious traditions. The twelve contributions, along with a general introduction, cover the ancient Near East (Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Hittites), Judaism, and medieval to contemporary Islam. Since Antiquity the beard has been a symbol of masculine power, linked directly to ideologies of the male body. Whether the wearing of a beard is compulsory or prohibited, encouraged or mocked, it is a fundamental marker of identity and ideology, particularly in the Islamic world. The essays in Barbe et barbus are an elegant demonstration of the complexities inherent in the pilosity of the masculine visage. (Source : éditeur). Note de contenu: Table des matières Mots libres: barbu -- barbe . Item type: Ouvrage List(s) this item appears in: ASM Egyptologie - Nouveautés 2020 | MOM - Bibliographie Nuit de La Lecture 2024
Holdings
Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Lyon : MOM - Bibliothèque de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée Libre accès AOR DS63.19. B3 2019 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 149532
Montpellier : ASM - Archéologie des Sociétés Méditerranéennes Libre accès Papier W CONG 2015 Gen (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Exclu du prêt 1100000007846
Nanterre : MSH Mondes - Bibliothèque d’archéologie et des sciences de l’Antiquité D.300/618 BARB (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available BMRG30278

Résumés

EGeA = Etudes genevoises sur l’Antiquité

Bibliogr. en fin de contributions

Table des matières http://d-nb.info/1183826362/04

Ranging from Sumer to ISIS, this collection presents an historic and anthropological approach to the beard in Middle Eastern religious traditions. The twelve contributions, along with a general introduction, cover the ancient Near East (Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Hittites), Judaism, and medieval to contemporary Islam. Since Antiquity the beard has been a symbol of masculine power, linked directly to ideologies of the male body. Whether the wearing of a beard is compulsory or prohibited, encouraged or mocked, it is a fundamental marker of identity and ideology, particularly in the Islamic world. The essays in Barbe et barbus are an elegant demonstration of the complexities inherent in the pilosity of the masculine visage.
(Source : éditeur)

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