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Everyday Life in Ancient Mesopotamia
Contents: Publisher's Acknowledgment A Note on Pronunciation Foreword Map of Ancient Mesopotamia PART I - Origins 1 Did the Sumerians Emerge from the Sea 2 The Great Enigma of the Cemetery at Ur PARTExpand
The Oldest Cuisine in the World: Cooking in Mesopotamia
In this intriguing blend of the commonplace and the ancient, Jean Bottero presents the first extensive look at the delectable secrets of Mesopotamia. Bottero's broad perspective takes us inside theExpand
An analysis of upwelling off the south-east Arabian coast during the summer monsoon
approved: Robert L. Smith A method is described for determining the absolute dynamic topography of the sea surface. Using hydrographic and wind data obtamed in 1963, the surface topography and theExpand
Religion in Ancient Mesopotamia
Jean Bottero first treated the topic of religion in Ancient Mesopotamia in book form in 1952. Revising and greatly expanding his earlier work, Bottero here presents the account of one of the world'sExpand
The Culinary Tablets at Yale
IT IS A HAPPY OCCASION for me to tender here the first interest on an old debt. Like other Assyriologists, I became obligated to the work and publication of the American Oriental Society. I owe itExpand
The Oldest Cuisine in the World
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Mesopotamia: Writing, Reasoning, and the Gods
Chronology Rules of transcription and translation Map The Birth of the West I: Assyriology 1: In Defense of a Useless Science 2: Assyriology and Our History 3: A Century of Assyriology II: Writing 4:Expand
The Cuisine of Ancient Mesopotamia
  • J. Bottéro
  • History
  • The Biblical Archaeologist
  • 1 March 1985
Until recently the oldest cuisine we knew in depth was that of ancient Rome. The recovery of a half-million written documents from numerous sites in the ancient Near East, however, has now shown usExpand