Jaume Llop

Jaume Llop-Raduà is an assyriologist. His professional career lead him to the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain and Universität Heidelberg, Germany where he was researcher in the Seminar für die Sprachen und Kulturen des Vorderen Orients. In 2012 he was awarded a Marie-Curie-Fellowship in the Institut für Altorientalistik at Freie Universität Berlin which was supported by the Gerda-Henkel-Stiftung and the European Cmmission. His research interests comprise Assyrian history and language, especially during the Late Bronze Age. At Topoi he carries out his research as a post-doctoral fellow by working in the research group (B-4-3) Migration Narratives.

Further Activities


2015 Lecture “Biblical Hebrew and Akkadian Onomastics Compared. Some Similarities and Differences”
at the Department of Semitic Philology, University of Barcelona (Spain), March 25th, 2015
2014 Lecture “Die Beziehung zwischen Text und Format in den mittelassyrischen Urkunden”
Part of: Darstellung, Gestaltung und Ordnung von Keilschrifttexten. Erste Schritte auf dem Weg zu einer Phänomenologie, at the Sonderforschungsbereich 933 “Materiale Textkulturen”, Universität Heidelberg, May 19-20th 2014
2013 Lecture “The Assyrian King on the Road: Royal Travel in the Middle Assyrian Archives”
at the Department of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, May 28th 2013
2011 Lecture “The Middle Assyrian Letters: a New Assessment”
Part of: 7. Centenario de los Estudios Orientales en Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, September 29th, 2011
2010 Lecture “Did the Assyrians occupy the Euphrates-elbow in the Middle Assyrian period (Late Bornze Age)?”
Part of: Broadening Horizons 3, 3rd Conference of Young Researchers Working in the Ancient Near East. Barcelona, Spain, July 21st, 2010