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This collection of 23 essays, presented in three sections, aims todiscuss women's studies as well as methodological and theoreticalapproaches to gender within the broad framework of ancient NearEastern studies. The first section, comprising most of thecontributions, is devoted to Assyriology and ancient Near Easternarchaeology. The second and third sections are devoted to Egyptologyand to ancient Israel and biblical studies respectively, neighbouringfields of research included in the volume to enrich the debate andfacilitate academic exchange. Altogether these essays offer a varietyof sources and perspectives, from the textual to the archaeological,from bodies and sexuality to onomastics, to name just a few, makingthis a useful resource for all those interested in the study of womenand gender in the past.