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Beyond a philological treatment of the Hurrian-Hittite Ritual of Aštu, this study proposes a reconstruction of fragmentary texts by analysis of text structure. It also discusses the genesis of the text.
The study of these seals complements our meagre textual documentation. The first sangas in particular offer a unique opportunity to assemble a consistent corpus from a single family holding the same title throughout the Old Babylonian period.
Elisa Fiore Marochetti. Translated by Kenneth Hurry
In this work, Elisa Fiore Marochetti presents documents from these the Cairo Museum and the Egyptian Museum at Turin and gives an architectonic and decorative reconstitution of an unknown monument. The mostly unpublished blocks and fragments, presented here as the General Catalogue of the Turin ...
Shalom E. Holtz
This book presents a text-typology of Neo-Babylonian litigation records in order to describe the adjudicatory process.
edited by Sue D'Auria
This volume of collected essays is dedicated to Jack A. Josephson by distinguished friends and colleagues, a select roster including eminent, established scholars in the field of Egyptology and rising stars of the younger generation.
edited by Annie Attia and Gilles Buisson, with the collaboration of Markham J. Geller
This volume, which originated with a conference at the Collège de France, comprises articles on Babylonian and Assyrian medicine.
Edited by Peter Brand and Louise Cooper
Essays in memory of William J. Murnane (1945-2000) honor his life-long dedication to Egyptian epigraphy and history. Studies offered here reflect his interests in Egyptian history, especially the Amarna period, and in the epigraphic documentation and historical analysis of the monuments of ...
Exploring the military, legal, social and literary aspects of ancient warfare, this study examines the multifaceted nature of the siege phenomenon in the Ancient Near East.
Irene J. Winter
This second volume of collected essays, complement to volume one, focuses upon the art and culture of the third millennium B.C.E. in ancient Mesopotamia.
Irene J. Winter
This volume of collected essays brings together for the first time the range of Winter’s pioneering studies related to Neo-Assyrian relief sculpture and seals, Phoenician and Syrian ivory and bronze production, and inter-polity connections across the various cultures of first millennium B.C.E. ...
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