Additional Early Dynastic Tablets Possibly from Mari

  title={Additional Early Dynastic Tablets Possibly from Mari},
  author={Harumi Horioka},
− − Notwithstanding the fact that Mari (Tell Harırı) flourished throughout the Early Dynastic period, the number of Mari’s administrative documents is extremely meagre. This is surprising because more than fifteen thousand tablets and fragments from the Early Dynastic period have been unearthed − at Ebla (Tell Mardıkh), which shared a close political relationship with Mari. To date, we know of only forty-two of Mari’s administrative tablets, made available through the publications of D. Charpin… 
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