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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Babylonia,
  • Erech (Extinct city),
  • Iraq

Subjects:

  • Akkadian language -- Texts.,
  • Assyro-Babylonian letters.,
  • Names, Akkadian.,
  • Babylonia -- Commerce -- History -- Sources.,
  • Erech (Extinct city),
  • Iraq -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[compiled] by Albert T. Clay.
SeriesYale oriental series., v. 3.
ContributionsClay, Albert Tobias, 1866-1925.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ3891 .N4 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p., 76 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4746539M
ISBN 100404602533
LC Control Number78063532

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GCCI II DOUGHERTY, R. P. Archives from Erech, Neo-Babylonian and Persian periods (). JNES Journal of Near Eastern studies (Chicago, ). LCE KEISER, C. E. Letters and contracts from Erech written in the Neo-Babylonian period ("Babylonian inscriptions in the collection of James B. Nies" I [New Haven, ]).File Size: 2MB. Neo Babylonian Trial Records Book Summary: New translations of fifty transliterated texts for research and classroom use This collection of sixth-century B.C.E. Mesopotamian texts provides a close-up, often dramatic, view of ancient courtroom encounters shedding light on Neo-Babylonian legal culture and daily life. In addition to the legal texts, Holtz provides an .   Albert T. Clay () was the William M. Laffan Professor of Assyriology and Babylonian Literature at Yale University. Among his other publications are 'Babylonian Epics, Hymns, Omens, and Other Texts'; 'The Empire of the Amorites'; Neo-Babylonian Letters from Erech'; and 'LIght on the Old Testament from Babel.'Pages:   Albert T. Clay () was the William M. Laffan Professor of Assyriology and Babylonian Literature at Yale University. Among his other publications are 'Babylonian Epics, Hymns, Omens, and Other Texts'; 'The Empire of the Amorites'; Neo-Babylonian Letters from Erech'; and 'The Origin of Biblical Traditions.'Pages: