Electronic Pre-Publications

Note that electronic pre-published articles are subject to change. Presently lacking information is indicated in red. The articles and illustrations are provided as PDF. Illustrations cannot be printed. Most of the drawings were made by Ulrike Zurkinden-Kolberg (Düdingen, Switzerland). Currently a total of 135 documents are published.

Regional introductory essays (3) Illustrations (3)
Dictionary entries (73) Illustrations (56)
Amurru • Anahita • Anat • Ancient of days • Apkallu • Apophis • Ariel • Ashera • Ashima • Astarte • Aya • Azazel Baal • Baal Hammon • Baalshamem/Belshamin • Bastet/Sekhmet (Levant, Phoenician colonies) • Constellations (Egypt) • Crocodile • Dagan • Dog • Donkey • Enlil/Mullil • Female solar deities • Figure in nimbus • Fly Gad • God on serpent throne Gula • Hare • Harpocrates • Hatmehit • Heh • Heracles • Human-headed winged bull (“Aladlammu”) • Iconography of Animals in the Representation of the Divine (Palestine/Israel) • Ishara • Kassite cross • Khonsu • King (Levant) • Lamp Marduk • Mekal • Melqart • Milkom • Min • Mistress-of-animals • Mithra • Monkey • Mountain god (Aegean) • Mountain god (Ancient Near East) • Narunde • Ninkhursaga • Nusku • Onuris • Ostrich • Pataikos • Pazuzu • Qudshu • Ra • Rakib-El • Resheph • Rooster • Salmu • Scorpion • Sherua • Spade • Stylus • Swine (Palestine/Israel) • Tammuz • Teraphim • Typhon • Vulture • Yam

Example of citation: Eggler J., 2005, 25 October, Art. Baal, in: Eggler J./Uehlinger Ch., eds., Iconography of Deities and Demons in the Ancient Near East, http://www.religionswissenschaft.uzh.ch/idd/prepublications/e_idd_baal.pdf (date of access).