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Steven W. Holloway
Through sustained analysis of texts and visual sources, this volume traces the checkered career of Neo-Assyrian religious interaction with subject polities of Western Asia through both punitive measures and calculated diplomatic patronage.
Edited by Raymond Westbrook and Richard Jasnow
A survey by twelve leading experts of the types of security available to creditors in the earliest recorded legal systems, and of the ways in which the law sought to satisfy the conflicting interests of creditors and debtors.
Daniel C. Snell
This book shows that in the Ancient Near East the idea of freedom is older than in Greece. Snell studies archival texts on runaways, edicts, legal collections, treaties, and literature, as well as Biblical practice.
M.A. Littauer and J.H. Crouwel and , edited by Peter Raulwing
This collection of papers is primarily concerned with wheeled transport in antiquity. They shed much light on the construction of the vehicles, the ways their draught animals were harnessed and controlled, and on the uses to which the equipages were put. Ridden animals also feature in this ...
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