Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient DATINI

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 62
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958 – a. 56, 2013, 4-5
Lacune: a. 2, 1959; 6, 1963; 23, 1980; 42, 1999-43, 2000; 45, 2002; 48, 2005, 1; a. 51, 2008, 4; a. 54, 2011, 2;

[ 2020-2011 ] [ 2010-2001 ] [ 2000-1991 ] [ 1990-1981 ] [ 1980-1971 ] [ 1970-1958 ]

copertina della rivista

a. 33, 1990

S Allam, Women as holders of rights in Ancient Egypt (during the late period), p. 1
R. Murphey, Conditions of Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean. An appraisal of eighteenth century Ottoman documents from Aleppo, p. 35
Amy Singer, The Countryside of Ramle in the Sixteenth century. A study of villages with computer assistance, p. 51
S A. M. Adshead, From Chien to Shai: Chronology of a technological revolution, p. 80
Suraiya Faroqhi, Towns, Agriculture and the State in Sixteenth century Ottoman Anatolia, p. 125
Nayanjot Lahiri, Landholding and Peasantry in the Brahmaputra VaIley c. 5th-13th centuries A.D, p. 157
Nisar Ahmad, Assam-Bengal Trade in the Medieval period. A Numismatic perspective, p. 169
Brent D Shaw, Bandit Highlands and Lowland Peace: The Mountains of Isauria-Cilicia, p. 199
Brent D Shaw, Bandit Highlands and Lowland Peace: The Mountains of Isauria-Cilicia, continued, p. 237
Ronald C Jennings, Pious Foundations in the Society and Economy of Ottoman Trabzon, 1565-1640, p. 271

Mohammed El Faiz, Salinité et Histoire de l’Irak Pré-Islamique, p. 105

Reviews, p. 117

a. 32, 1989

Janothan D Safren, Dur-Yahdun-Lim – The Raison d’être of an ancient Mesopotamian Fortress-city, p. 1
Christopher Edens, Garth Bawden, History of Taymaand Hejazi trade during the First Millennium B C, p. 48
Avner Giladi, Concepts of Childhood and attitudes towards Children in Medieval Islam, p. 121
Pan Jixing, Hans Ulrich, Vogel and Elisabeth Theisen-Vogel, Die Übersetzung und Verbreitung von Georgius Agricolas “De re metallica” im China der späten Ming-Zeit (1368-1644), p. 153
G Van Driel, The Mura?ûs in context, p. 203
W F Leemans, À propos du livre de Dominique Charpin, Le Clergé d’Ur au siècle d’Hammurabi La fonction de ?andabakku, p. 229
Meir Malul, Susapinnu The Mesopotamian paranymph, p. 241
Richard T Mortel, Prices in Mecca during the Mamluk period, p. 279
M Athar Ali, The Islamic Background to Indian History An Interpretation of the Islamic past, p. 335

G. Van Driel, The Mura?ûs in context, p. 203
W. F. Leemans, À propos du livre de Dominique Charpin, Le Clergé d’Ur au siècle d’hammurabi, p. 229

Reviews, p. 104, 237, 346

a. 31, 1988

Daniel C. Snell, The allocation of resources in the Umma Silver Account system, p. 1
Josette Elayi, L’exploitation dec Cédres du Mont Liban par les rois assyriens et néo-babyloniens, p. 14
Lawrence I. Conrad, Seven and the Tasbi On the implications of numerical symbolism for the study of Medieval Islamic History, p. 42
Sushil Chaudhury, Merchants, Companies and Rulers: Bengal in the eighteenth century, p. 74
R. K. Englund, Administrative Timekeeping in Ancient Mesopotamia, p. 121
Martha T Roth, “She Will die by the Iron Dagger” Adultery and Neo-Babylonian Marriage, p. 186
W F Leemans, Aperçu sur les textes juridiques d’Emar, p. 207
Uri Rubin, Muhammad’s Curse of Mudar and the Blockade of Mecca, p. 249
Bernhard Kölver, On the Origins of the Jajmani system, p. 265

Hanoch Reviv, Kidinnu Observations on privileges of Mesopotamian cities, p. 286
Salih Kh. Sari, A note on Al-Maqrizi’s remarks regarding the silver coinage of Baybars, p. 298
Anrew S. Ehrenkreutz, Theresa K. Tonan Emington, Salih Kh Sari, Contribution to the knowledge of the standard of fineness of silver coinage struck in Egypt and Syria during the period of the crusades, p. 301
Claude Cahen, Un traité de droit commercial maritime du IVe/Xe siècle Ifriqiyen, p. 304
Sanjay Subrahmanyam, A note on Narsapur Peta – A “Syncretic” shipbuilding centre in South India, 1570-1700, p. 305
Himanshu p: Ray, The Yavana presence in ancient India, p. 311

Reviews, p. 110, 326

a. 30, 1987

Karlheinz Deller, Tamkaru-Kredite in neuassyrischer Zeit, p. 1
E.C.L. During Caspers, A copper-bronze animal in Harappan style from Bahrain: Evidence of mercantile interaction, p. 30
Shireen Moosvi, The Silver influx, Money supply, Prices and Revenue-extraction in Mughal India, p. 47
Erhard Rosner, Der Streik der Kaufleute in der Ch’ing-Zeit, p. 95
Irène Beldiceanu-Steinherr, À propos des tribus Atceken (XVe -XVIe siècles), p. 121
Vijay Kumar Thakur, Trade and Towns in Early Medieval Bengal (c. A.D.. 600-1200), p. 196
M. Elat, Der tamkaru im neuassyrischen Reich, p. 233
David Waines, Cereals, Bread and Society An essay on the staff of life in medieval Iraq, p. 255
Ronald C, Jennings, Black slaves and Free blacks in Ottoman Cyprus, 1590-1640, p. 286
Maheshwar P Joshi, C. W Brown, Some dynamics of Indo-Tibetan trade through Uttarakhnda (Kumaon-Garhwal), India, p. 303

H. P. H. Petschow, Zum Altbabylonischen Getreidekurs, p. 114
Jacques Gernet, Histoire et agricolture en Chine, p. 221
John Emerson, Rahdars and their tolls in Savavid and Afsharid Iran, p. 318

Reviews, p. 116, 229, 328

a. 29, 1986

Amnon Ben-Tor, The Trade Relations of Palestine in the Early Bronze Age, p. 1
Boaz Shoshan, Exchange-Rate Policies in Fifteenth-century Egypt, p. 28
Iqtidar Husain Siddiquy, Water Works and Irrigation System in India during Pre-Mughal Times, p. 52
Thomas S. Noonan, Early Abbasid Mint Output, p. 113
I. M: Diakonoff, Women in Old Babylonia not under patriarchal authority, p. 225
Margaret L. Venzke, Special use of the tithe as a revenue-raising measure in the sixteenth-century Sanjaq of Aleppo, p. 239

Prabhati Mukherjee, “A passage to India”, p. 78
Daniel Crecelius, Incidences of Waqf cases in three Cairo courts (1640-1802), p. 176
A. M. Samozvantsev, Some remarks regarding a term of Dasakalpa in the Kautiliya Arthasastra, p. 190
Peter Francis Jr., Baba Ghor and the Ratanpur rakshisha, p. 198
Surendra Gopal, A Brief note on business organisation of indian merchants in Russia in the 17th century, p. 205

Reviews, p. 89, 213, 335

a. 28, 1985

David Ayalon, Regarding population estimates in the countries of Medieval Islam, p. 1
Clinton Bailey, Dating the arrival of Bedouin tribes in Sinai and the Negev, p. 20
Malati J. Shendge, The inscribed calculi and the invention of writing: The indus view, p. 50
George Erdosy, The origin of cities in Ganges valley, p. 81
Renate Müller-Wollermann, Warenaustausch im Ägypten des Alten Reiches, p. 121
Saïd Amir Arjomand, The Clerical Estate and the Emergence of a Shi’ita Hierocracy in Safavid Iran. A Study in Historical Sociology, p. 169
D.S. Richards, Documents from Sinai concerning mainly Cairene property, p. 225
Vijaya Ramaswamy, The genesis and historical role of the master-weavers in South Indian textile production, p. 294

Huda Lufti, “Iqrars from al-quds”: Emendations, p. 326

Reviews, p. 110, 220, 331

a. 27, 1984

Elisabeth C.L. During Caspers, Dilmun: International burial ground, p. 1
Gary Leiser, The Endowment of the Al-Zahiryya in Damascus, p. 33
Kenneth R, Hall, Small Asian nations in the shadow of the large: Early Asian History through the eyes of Southeast Asia, p. 56
Jean-Claude Garcin, Toponymie et Topographie urbaines médiévales à fustat et au Caire, p. 113
Moshe Gil, Dhimmi, Donations and Foundations for Jerusalem (638-1099), p. 156
William J. Griswold, A sixteenth century Ottoman Pious Fountation, p. 175
Daniel Potts, On Salt and Salt Gathering in Ancient Mesopotamia, p. 225
Kilian Butz, On Salt again… Lexikalische Randbemerkungen, p. 272

Rosemary Ellison, Methods of Food preparation in Mesopotamia (c. 300-600 B.C), p. 89
Anthony Leahy, Death by fire in ancient Egypt, p. 199

Reviews, p. 99, p. 207, p. 317

a. 26, 1983

Danielle Bonneau, Loi et coutume en Égypte. Un exemple: les marais du Fayoum appelés drymoi, p. 1
P. W. Pestman, L’origine et l’extension d’un manuel de droit égyptien. Quelques réflexions à propos du soi-disant Code de Hermoupolis, p. 14
Hélène Cadell, Sur quelques cas de grève dans l’Égypte lagide, p. 22
R.D. McChesney, The Amirs of Muslim Central Asia in the XVIIth century, p. 33
J. Holmgren, The Harem in Northern Wei politics-398/498 A.D.: A study of t’o-pa attitudes towards the institution of empress, empress-dowager, and regency governments in the Chinese dynastic system during early Northern Wei, p. 71
Malati J. Shendge, The use of Seals and the invention of Writing, p. 113
Abraham Marcus, Men, and property: Dealers in Real Estate in 18th century Aleppo, p. 137
Lionel Casson, Sakas versus Andhras in the Periplus maris Erythraei, p. , 164
Mounira Chapoutot-Remadi, Une grande Crise à la fin du XIIIe siècle en Égypte, p. 217
Huda Lutfi, A study of six Fourteenth Century Iqrars from al-Quds relating tu Muslim Women, p. 246
Sheila S. Blair, The Coins of the later Ilkhanids: A typological Analysis, p 295
Madeline C. Zilfi, Elite Circulation in the Ottoman Empire: Great Mollas of the Eighteenth Century, p. 318

Jean Gascou, De Byzance a l’Islam – Les Impôts en Egypte après la conquête arabe, p. 97
Romila Thapar, The Dravidian hypothesis for the identification of Meluhha, Dilmun and Makan, p. 178
Bh. Kri?hnamurti, The Dravidian Identification of Meluhha, Dilmun and Makan, p. 191

Reviews, p. 110, 193

a. 25, 1982

Jean Sapin, La géographie humaine de la Syrie-Palestine au deuxième millénaire avant J.C. comme voie de recherche historique (suite), p 1
Elizabeth C. Stone, The social rôle of the naditu women in Old Babylonian Nippur, p. 50
Peter Von Sivers, Taxes and trade in the Abbasid Thughur, 750-962/133-351, p. 71
James H. Cole, Social discrimination in traditional China : The to-min of Shaohsing, p. 100
Jean Sapin, La géographie humaine de la Syrie-Palestine au deuxième millénaire avant J.C. comme voie de recherche historique, suite, p. 113
Michael J. Hollerich, The Alexandrian Bishops and the Grain trade: Ecclesiastical Commerce in Late Roman Egypt, p. 187
Fiorella Imparati, Aspects de l’organisation de l’état Hittite dans les documents juridiques et administratifs, p. 225
Lawrence J. Conrad, Ta’un and Waba’. Conceptions of Plague and Pestilence in Early Islam, p. 268
Haim Gerber, The Monetary system of the Ottoman Empire, p. 308

Reviews, p. 208, 325,

a. 24, 1981

Jean Sapin, La Géographie Humaine de la Syrie-Palestine au deuxième millénaire avant J.C. comme voie de recherche historique, p. 1
Michael L. Bates, The Function of Fatimid and Ayyubid Glass weights, p. 63
Paul Balog, Fatimid Glass jetons: Token currency or Coinweights?, p. 93
Piotr Steinkeller, The Renting of fields in Early Mesopotamia and the development of the concept of “interest” in Sumerian, p. 113
Iqtidar Alam Khan, Early Use of Cannon and Musket in India: A.D. 1442-1526, p. 146
Timothy Brook, The Merchant Network in 16th century China. A discussion and translation of Zhang Han’s “On Merchants”, p. 165
M. J. Kister, O God, tighten thy grip on Mudar… Some Socio-economic and religious aspects of early hadith, p. 242
Gladys Frantz-Murphy, A new interpretation of the Economic History of Medieval Egypt. The role of the Textile Industry 254-567/868-1171, p. 274
Timothy Brook, The Merchant Network in 16th century China. A discussion and translation of Zhang Han’s “On Merchants”, p. 324

William F. Tucker, Natural disasters and the Peasantry in Mamluk Egypt, p. 215
Benjamin Foster, A new look at the Sumerian Temple State, p. 225
A. J. Naji, Y. N. Ali, The Suqs of Basrah: Commercial organization and activity in a Medieval Islamic city, p. 298
A.S. Melikian-Chirvani, Notes sur la terminologie de la Metallurgie et des Armes dans l’Iran musulman, p. 310
P. Chalmeta, Précisions au sujet du Monnayage Hispano-Arabe (dirham qasimi et dirham arba’ini), p. 316

Reviews, p. 325