Manishtushu
Manishtusu (ou Man-Istusu ou Manishtusu ou Manishtousou) est un roi de l'empire d'Akkad qui règne de vers -2270 à vers -2255. Il est le frère de Rimush, qui le précède sur le trône d'Akkad.

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Manishtusu - Wikipédia
Manishtusu (ou Maništušu ou Man-Istusu ou Manishtusu ou Manishtousou) est un roi de l'empire d'Akkad. Ses dates de règne sont incertaines il est ...
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Manishtushu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manishtushu was a king of the Akkadian Empire from 2276 to 2261 BC. His name is also spelled as Maništušu. Biography[edit]. Manishtushu was the son of ...
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Manishtushu Obelisk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Manishtushu Obelisk is a diorite, four-sided stele. ... The obelisk was made by Manishtushu, son of Sargon the Great, of the Akkadian Empire, who ruled ...
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Manishtushu Obelisk. 2 likes · 0 talking about this. The Manishtushu Obelisk is a diorite, four-sided stele. The stele is obelisk-shaped, as well as it narrows ...
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Assembling King and State: The Statues of Manishtushu and ... - Jstor
numerous visual and verbal fragments from the statues of Manishtushu to reconstruct their forms and textual components and to assess their role in the practice.
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Manishtushu at The British Museum Images - Search Results
Last 20 searches... Manishtushu. Manishtushu | Found 1 Images | Displaying Page 1 of 1. 00033035001 © The British Museum Fragments of a carved stone ...
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This article brings together the numerous visual and verbal fragments from the statues of Manishtushu to reconstruct their forms and textual components and to ...
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Study & Research Ancient Mesopotamia 3300-331 B.C.E.: Social ...
Manishtushu (circa 2269 - circa 2255 B.C.E.) ruled the Mesopotamian empire conquered by his father, Sargon of Akkad. The inscription on the Black Obelisk, ...
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Standing Statue of Manishtushu Trampling the Defeated ...
The base of this statue is engraved Manishtusu dependent defeated. It gives an illustration of the text of Psalm 110.
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1991 by The University of Chicago, All rights reserved. Published 1991. ...... Map Showing the Four Main Cities of the Manishtushu Obelisk .................................
[PDF]Mise en scène du pouvoir au Proche-Orient au iiie millénaire: étude ...
12 juil. 2013 ... Dominique BEYER (Professeur - Université de Strasbourg) ...... Manishtushu sont bien plus détaillés et plus fidèles à la réalité que celle des ...
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Université de Sherbrooke. Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines. Département d'histoire. HST 264 ... Manishtushu, Rim-Sin. La renaissance sumérienne ; les ...
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Assembling King and State: The Statues of Manishtushu and the Consolidation of Akkadian Kingship = Réunir ... Liège, Université - Service de Préhistoire 2004.
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Manishtusu ou Manishtushu ? .... The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature Corpus électronique de l'Université d'Oxford; Liste des signes cunéiformes ...
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... comme les statues de Marduk et de Manishtushu, et stela de Naram-Péché. .... nous montre comment frêle les frontières de nos sujets d'universitaire sont.
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Le 1 %, de la faculté des sciences de Paris à l'Université Pierre et Marie Curie .... Statue d'Eshpum, gouverneur d'Elam avec inscription : "Manishtushu roi de ...
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Le 1 %, de la faculté des sciences de Paris à l'Université Pierre et Marie ... Statue d'Eshpum, gouverneur d'Elam avec inscription : "Manishtushu roi de Kish, ...
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24 Oct 2008 ... Liora Freud (Tel Aviv University), “A New Look at the Iron. Age Pottery ...... and Replication in the Statues of Manishtushu” (15 min.) • Kathryn ...
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Elam: Surveys of Political History and Archaeology
Elam: Surveys of Political History and Archaeology
Elizabeth Carter, Matthew W. Stolper, 1984
59 Akkadian domination of lowland Elam continued in the reign of Rimush's brother Manishtushu (2269-2255 B.C.). Thus, in the inscription on a statue dedicated at Susa the donor, Eshpum,60 calls himself "servant of Manishtushu"; 61 ...
Manishtushu
Manishtushu
L. Egaire Humphrey, 2012
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Manishtushu was a king of the Akkadian Empire from 2276 to 2261 BC. His name is also spelled as Mani tu u.
Art of the First Cities: The Third Millennium B.C. from the ...
Art of the First Cities: The Third Millennium B.C. from the ...
Joan Aruz, Ronald Wallenfels, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), 2003
The sculptural treatment of the voluminous skirt of Manishtushu introduces elements quite new to Mesopotamian sculpture. One of these is the manner in which the fringes of the garment are suggested by the use of small, tightly controlled and ...
Early Antiquity
Early Antiquity
I. M. Diakonoff, 1991
Taking advantage of the difficult situation of the cities that had been devastated by the slaughter indicted by his brother, Rimush, and by himself, Manishtushu expanded the state economy sector by forcing the citizens to sell him their lands at ...
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Manishtushu: Good Morning
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Historia Sobre el Origen del Hombre: Manishtushu Tercer Rey de la Dinastía de Acad (2269-2255 a.C.)
. (Ma-ni-ish-ti-ish-shu o Ma-an-ish-tu-shu) Tercer rey de la dinastía de Acad, fundada por Sargón.
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Ancient World History: City of Akkad
City of Akkad Mesopotamia’s first-known empire, founded at the city of Akkad, prospered from the end of the 24th century b. c.
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Akkadian Empire - New World Encyclopedia
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아카드 제국 - 제3대 마니쉬투슈 왕
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A Curse from the Gods? – The Akkadian Collapse | Rise of Civilization
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What the Sumerians can teach us about data « Pete Warden's blog
I spent this afternoon wandering the British Museum's Mesopotamian collection, and I was struck by what the humanities graduates in charge of the displays missed. The way they told the story, the Sumerian's biggest contribution to the world was written language, but I think their greatest achievement was the invention of data. Writing grew out of…
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The Podcast History of Our World: 7 - Rise of the Akkadians OR Death and Taxes
"I, Eannatum the powerful, called by Ningirsu to the enemy country with anger, that which was in all times I proclaim: The Prince of Umma, each time when his troops eat from the Guedinna, the well beloved lands of Ningirsu, may he(Ningirsu) lay him low. " - The Stele of Vultures (Even with a busted eye, Sargon still looks like he could destroy you) Who's ready for some Sumerian political power struggles? YOU ARE! Hot off the audio presses comes another exciting episode about Sumer.
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