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Glass and glassmaking in ancient mesopotamia
An edition of cuneiform texts which contain instructions for glassmakers, with a catalogue of surviving objects. The author's investigation centers on philological and literary problems. MesopotamianExpand
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Hanita, Tomb XV. A Tomb of the Third and Early Fourth Century CE
Hanita, 325 m d'altitude, a 6 km de la cote, a egale distance de Tyr et d'Acre. La tombe XV est l'une parmi la vingtaine de tombes creusees dans le roc. Pillee dans l'antiquite. Fouilles de 1964.Expand
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The Effects of the Tennes Rebellion on Palestine
  • D. Barag
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental…
  • 1 October 1966
From the year of his first communication to the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1997) until his death, Ephraim Speiser produced a series of unrivalled notes, articles, andExpand
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Mesopotamian glass vessels of the second millennium B.C
The history of the earliest glass finds in Mesopotamia is summarized. Arguments are presented in favour of the view that the cored technique in glass was a Mesopotamian invention. The author pointsExpand
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Guide to Artifacts: Some Notes on a Silver Coin of Johanan the High Priest
  • D. Barag
  • Art, History
  • The Biblical Archaeologist
  • 1 September 1985
Traduction d'un article paru en hebreu dans Qadmoniot 17 (1984) n 2-3. Discussion de l'identite du Yohanan ha-kohen d'une piece d'argent de la fin de l'epoque perse.
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[The snake and the scorpion in the ancient east].
  • D. Barag
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Dapim refuiim. Folia medica
  • 1 November 1962