Old Babylonian Texts in the Ashmolean Museum: Mainly from Larsa, Sippir, Kish, and Lagaba

Old Babylonian Texts in the Ashmolean Museum Mainly from Larsa Sippir Kish and Lagaba This volume completes the publication of all identified Old Babylonian tablets in the Ashmolean Museum accessed before Although many of them were acquired from dealers in the s and s mos

  • Title: Old Babylonian Texts in the Ashmolean Museum: Mainly from Larsa, Sippir, Kish, and Lagaba
  • Author: Stephanie Dalley
  • ISBN: 9780199272778
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • This volume completes the publication of all identified Old Babylonian tablets in the Ashmolean Museum accessed before 1966 Although many of them were acquired from dealers in the 1920s and 1930s, most can be assigned to sites and connected with similar holdings in other museums The combination of full catalogue, indices, and copies provides an invaluable tool for furtheThis volume completes the publication of all identified Old Babylonian tablets in the Ashmolean Museum accessed before 1966 Although many of them were acquired from dealers in the 1920s and 1930s, most can be assigned to sites and connected with similar holdings in other museums The combination of full catalogue, indices, and copies provides an invaluable tool for further research on three of the most important cities of the 18th century BC Links with Mycenaean administrative practices, and information about the hitherto dubious Sealand dynasty, are two interesting aspects highlighted in the introduction.

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