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late Babylonian texts of the Oriental Institute collection

University of Chicago. Oriental Institute.

late Babylonian texts of the Oriental Institute collection

by University of Chicago. Oriental Institute.

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Published by Undena Publications in Malibu .
Written in English

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  • University of Chicago. Oriental Institute -- Catalogs.,
  • Akkadian language -- Texts -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLate Babylonian texts.
    StatementDavid B. Weisberg.
    SeriesBibliotheca Mesopotamica ;, v. 24
    ContributionsWeisberg, David B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ3721.C47 U58 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 87 p., 131 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1296712M
    ISBN 100890033013, 0890033005
    LC Control Number92160355

    Karaindaš was one of the more prominent rulers of the Kassite dynasty and reigned towards the end of the 15th century, BC. An inscription on a tablet detailing building work calls him “Mighty King, King of Babylonia, King of Sumer and Akkad, King of the Kassites, King of Karduniaš,” inscribed ka-ru-du-ni-ia-aš, probably the Kassite language designation for their kingdom and House: Kassite. Neo-Babylonian texts in the Oriental Institute collection. By David B. Weisberg. University of Chicago Oriental Institute publications (ISSN: );

    NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " Late Babylonian letters: transliterations and translations of a series of letters written in Babylonian cuneiform, chiefly during the reigns of Nabonidus, Cyrus, Cambyses, and Darius ".   Abstract. This article surveys scholarship and inquiry in ancient Mesopotamia from the middle of the second millennium BCE until the Common Era. After an Cited by: 1.

    Page x - CAD The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. CT Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets. CT Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets. Appears in 8 books from /5(1). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "THE PANTHEON OF URUK DURING THE NEO-BABYLONIAN PERIOD,".


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Late Babylonian texts. "Published under the auspices of IIMAS, the International Institute for Mesopotamian Area Studies"--Page opposite title page. BABYLONIAN INSCRIPTIONS IN THE COLLECTION OF JAMES B.

NIES, YALE UNIVERSITY—VoL. VII EARLY BABYLONIAN LETTERS AND ECONOMIC TEXTS BY JOHN BRUCE ALEXANDER, PH. College Pastor and Member of the Department of. Texts from the Late Old Babylonian Period. By seth F. Richardson.

The Journal of Cuneiform Studies Supplemental Series, vol. Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, Pp. ix + The present volume is no doubt a welcome addition to the corpus of published late old Babylonian (LOB) documents. Christine Proust and John Steele.

Eds. Scholars and Scholarship in Late Babylonian : Springer Press. Scholars and Scholarship in Late Babylonian Uruk is part of the Springer series Why the Sciences of the Ancient World Matter, which builds bridges between the history of science in the ancient world and other fields in the humanities.

With a. THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ing this book for the Oriental Institute series and especially to the present director of the Institute, John A. Wilson, for making the fulfilment of that Cuneiform texts from Babylonian tablets, &c, in the British Museum (London, ).

The Late Babylonian Texts of the Oriental Institute Collection. The Latest on Seleucid Empire Building in the East This is a fragment of a Neo- or Late Babylonian cultic text, BMpublished by George (), who interpreted it as a commentary on the New Year's Aton-festival held at Babylon.

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Matthew Wolfgang Stolper is Professor of Assyriology and the John A. Wilson Professor of Oriental Studies in the Oriental Institute at the University of received a B.A. from Harvard inan M.A. from the University of Michigan inand a Ph.D.

from the University of Michigan in Homepage for the Oriental Institute: a research organization and museum devoted to the study of the ancient Near East. Founded in by James Henry Breasted, the Institute, a part of the University of Chicago, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the archaeology, philology, and history of early Near Eastern civilizations.

Lunar-eclipse omens, Late Old Babylonian, 46+40 ll. 15 Clay tablet, portrait format, lower three-quarters 78 ™ ™ 32 MS Diagnostic and prognostic omens, Old Babylonian, 22+2+26 ll.

The late Babylonian texts of the Oriental Institute collection by University of Chicago Ancient Egypt: treasures from the collection of the Oriental Institute, Annotation ♭ Book News, Inc., Portland, OR ().

The Oriental Institute Excavations at Selenkahiye, Syria: The Late Babylonian Texts of the Oriental Institute Collection, D. Weisberg. viii + 87 + pls. A collection of practical volumes to be used in teaching and research in Ancient Near Eastern studies, with the flexibility needed to accommodate diverse formats.

Chicago: The Oriental Institute. -- and R. Wallenfels. Copy of Record of Entitlement and Exemptions to Formerly Royal Lands. In The Ebabbar Temple Archive and Other Texts from the Fourth to the First Millennium B.C, ed.

Spar and M. Jursa. (No. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Van't Haaff, P. ON BABYLONIAN LAVATORIES AND SEWERS* - Volume 77 - A.R. George. It is most felicitous that the publication of this article takes place in a volume of Iraq that honours Dominique Collon, from whom I learned much when we co-edited the journal for sixteen issues.

I am pleased that she will find within a cylinder seal (), but regret that it will be disappointingly Cited by: 1. The publications he authored, edited, or to which he contributed articles include Neo-Babylonian Texts in the Oriental Institute Collection; Les Cités Royales des Pays de la Bible Reconstituées; Guild Structure and Political Allegiance in Early Achaemenid Mesopotamia; The Late Babylonian Texts of the Oriental Institute Collection; Life and.

BM + is a Late Babylonian tablet with descriptions of rites and ceremonies held in the Eturkalamma temple of Bēlet-Bābili (Ištar of Babylon). The text refers to prayers and recitations to appease the on: Leiden. Book. Add to favorites. Seals and sealing in the ancient Near East / Published Catalogue of artifacts in the Babylonian collection of the Lowie Museum of Anthropology / The late Babylonian texts of the Oriental Institute collection / Published The book analyzes the mathematical tablets from the private collection of Martin Schoyen.

It includes analyses of tablets which have never been studied before. This provides new insight into Babylonian understanding of sophisticated mathematical objects.

The book. Cuneiform Royal Inscriptions and Related Texts in the Sch ø yen Collection with contributions by M. Civil, G. Frame, P. Steinkeller, F. Vallat, K. Volk, M. Weeden, and C. Wilcke Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology 17 Bethesda, Md.: CDL Press, Vol.

VII. George, Babylonian Divinatory Texts Chiefly in the Sch ø. In particular, the catalogues of the British Museum Tablet Collections prepared by scholars like W.

Lambert and E. Leichty, as well as Petra Gesche's study of school tablets from the Neo- and Late-Babylonian periods have proven to be very helpful. 4/5(1). The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (21 volumes, published ), ed.

by Martha Tobi Roth (PDF files at Chicago) Filed under: Names, Akkadian. Babylonian Legal and Business Documents, From the Time of the First Dynasty of Babylon, Chiefly from Nippur, by A. Poebel (PDF at ETANA).BM The Oriental Institute Excavations at Selenkahiye, Syria: Terra-Cotta Figurines and Model Vehicles.

Harold Liebowitz and Maurits van Loon, Eds. Pp. xiv + 60 + 34 pls. Cloth ISBN $ Paper ISBN $ Front Matter. Online version MB. The previously unpublished cuneiform texts presented here, found in small collections throughout the world, date from the late third to the late first millennia BCE and include inscriptions, letters, administrative documents, and literary works in Akkadian and Sumerian.