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The Use of the Permansive in Classic Babylonian
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 October 1962
The Woodlands of Ancient Western Asia
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 October 1967
The Date of Hammurabi
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 April 1958
A piece of charcoal from Nippur was submitted to a similarly long test. It came from a building constructed several years before or after the accession of Ibi-Sin, i.e. some 235 years before theExpand
Watercourses and Water Rights in the Official Correspondence from Larsa and Isin
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
  • 1 January 1967
Civilisation in the alluvial plain of Mesopotamia depended to a significant extent on control and maintenance of the watercourses? whether river branches or canals. Consequently it is important toExpand
Urban Autonomy in a Nomadic Environment
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 1973
effect on the history of Western Asia, particularly on social and political structure. Even a preliminary survey of the problems involved will require at least six articles, of which the first threeExpand
Dimorphic Structure and the Parasocial Element
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 July 1977
subject under discussion in these articles is interaction between tribal society and urban society, with special emphasis on "topology," a term used in these articles to denote the effect of theExpand
Dimorphic Structure and the Problem of the ʿapirû-ʿibrîm
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 1976
shall be reverting to it also in subsequent articles.1 Problems of etymology will be relegated to another article, as well as material of dubious date and origin, such as the Bne cEber passages,Expand
The Date of the Sumerian King List
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 April 1960
The Material from Western Asia and the Chronology of the Nineteenth Dynasty
  • M. Rowton
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 October 1966
CHRONOLOGY becomes a crucial issue in historiographical research only when the comparative element enters into it. So long as the evidence does not justify an attempt at comparative chronology anExpand
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