A New Look at Naram-Sin and the "Great Rebellion"

@article{Tinney1995ANL,
  title={A New Look at Naram-Sin and the "Great Rebellion"},
  author={Steve Tinney},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  year={1995},
  volume={47},
  pages={1 - 14}
}
  • S. Tinney
  • Published 1 January 1995
  • Art
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
L'auteur etudie les relations entre un texte paleobabylonien (de provenance inconnue), relatant la Grande Rebellion contre Naram-Sin et le compte rendu qui en est donne dans les copies paleobabylonniennes des inscriptions historiques de Naram-Sin (empire d'Akkad) et, d'une maniere plus generale, de la nature des relations entre le genre litteraire et le genre historique dans les textes cuneiformes mesopotamiens 

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