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John P. Nielsen
Drawing primarily on evidence from legal documents from the early Neo-Babylonian period (747-626 B.C.), the book examines the presence of large, named kin groups at the major Babylonia cities, considering their origins and the important roles their members played as local elites in city ...
Han J.W. Drijvers and John F. Healey
This volume provides all the known Old Syriac Inscriptions from Edessa and surrounding Osrhoene from the first three centuries C.E. with translations, commentary, chapters on language, script and history, word indices, and a bibliography.
Editor: Seth Sanders Editorial Board: John Baines, Jan N. Bremmer, David Frankfurter, Brian Schmidt, Theo van den Hout, and Christopher Woods
The Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions (JANER) focuses on the religions of the area commonly referred to as the Ancient Near East encompassing Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria-Palestine, and Anatolia, as well as immediately adjacent areas under their cultural influence, from prehistoric times ...
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