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Esarhaddon's Succession Treate at Tell Tayinat: Text and Commentary
  • J. Lauinger
  • History
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
  • 1 January 2012
L'etude des tablettes decouvertes a Nimrud, nous apporte des informations sur la succession prevue d'Asarhaddon par son fils Assurbanipal en 672 avant J.-C. En 2009, de nouvelles tablettesExpand
Texts and contexts : the circulation and transmission of cuneiform texts in social space
This volume assembles scholars working on cuneiform texts from different periods, genres, and areas to examine the range of social, cultural, and historical contexts in which specific types of textsExpand
Some Preliminary Thoughts on the Tablet Collection in Building XVI from Tell Tayinat
This article provides a first report on the collection of 11 cuneiform tablets found in 2009, at Tell Tayinat in Building XVI, a NeoAssyrian temple. It offers: a description of work conducted on theExpand
Following the Man of Yamhad: Settlement and Territory at Old Babylonian Alalah
List of Tables List of Figures Abbreviations Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Tablets and Archives Chapter 3: Four Case Studies Chapter 4: L'affaire d'Alahtum Chapter 5:Expand
Epigraphic Finds from the Oriental Institute’s 2003 Excavations at Alalakh*
  • J. Lauinger
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 2005
A03–R1001+R1139: a fragment of the lexical series u r 5 r a = hubullu (fig. 1) A03–R1112: a badly abraded tablet (fig. 2) A03–R1002: a corner fragment of a tablet (fig. 3) A03–R1600: a fragment of aExpand
An Excavated Dossier of Cuneiform Tablets from Level VII Alalah̬?
  • J. Lauinger
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental…
  • 1 May 2011
This article examines whether or not the sequence of excavation numbers for cuneiform tablets excavated during the 1939 season at Alalah̬ (Tell Atchana) can reflect “excavated dossiers,” that is,Expand
A New Fragment of the Epic of Anzû in the Antakya Museum
Abstract A newly identified fragment from the Antakya Museum provides a new duplicate of 14 lines of tablet III of the Epic of Anzû. The new fragment offers a few noteworthy differences from theExpand
The Temple of Ištar at Old Babylonian Alalakh
The temple of Istar is well attested in the Old Babylonian (level VII) texts from Alalakh. However, it is not evident from these attestations whether the temple was an autonomous institution or partExpand
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