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Founding Editor: M.H.E. Weippert Editor-in-Chief: Thomas Schneider Editors: Eckart Frahm (Yale University), W. Randall Garr (University of California, Santa Barbara), B. Halpern (Pennsylvania State University), Theo P.J. van den Hout (Oriental Institute), Irene J. Winter (Harvard University)
Scholarly studies on historical and archaeological topics pertaining to the ancient Near East.
Aicha Rahmouni. Translated by J.N. Ford
This study of the divine epithets in the Ugaritic alphabetic cuneiform texts from Ras Shamra and Ras Ibn Hani provides a new and comprehensive analysis of the epithets of the individual Ugaritic deities.
Ignacio J. Adiego with an Appendix by Koray Konuk
This handbook presents a complete and updated view of our current knowledge about Carian, one of the Indo-European languages spoken in ancient Anatolia.
Edited by Raymond Westbrook
A comprehensive survey of the Law of the Ancient Near East by a team of specialist scholars, this volume allows non-specialists access to the world's earliest known legal systems.
Edited by Billie Jean Collins
A reference guide and key to all aspects of man’s contact with the menagerie of the Ancient Near East. With ample original illustrations.
Edited by Anthony Spalinger and Jeremy Armstrong, University of Auckland
This volume presents a series of cultural reactions to successful military public proclamations by various peoples of the ancient Mediterranean world, illustrating points of similarity and diversity, and demonstrating the complex and multifaceted nature of this trans-cultural practice.
Edited by S. Bar, D. Kahn, and J.J. Shirley
The proceedings of the conference “Egypt, Canaan and Israel: History, Imperialism, Ideology and Literature” include the latest discussions about the political, military, cultural, economic, ideological, literary and administrative relations between Egypt, Canaan and Israel during the Second and ...
Jonathan S. Tenney
This monograph uses traditional philological analysis of cuneiform records and the application of quantitative studies and historical-ethnographic comparisons to achieve a better understanding of the social and economic forces that affected the servile population of Kassite Babylonia.
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 ...
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