An Areal Location of Agade

  title={An Areal Location of Agade},
  author={Christophe M Wall-Romana},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  pages={205 - 245}
Probleme de geographie historique concernant la localisation d'Akkad. Donnees historiques montrant que cette cite est liee au Tigre (texte sumerien d'Ur, texte de Utu-Hegel roi d'Uruk, prologue du code d'Hammurabi, chroniques d'Esarhaddon) d'autres textes la localisent plus precisement dans la region de la Diyala (hymnes de temple sumerien, liste geographique 4R38, kudurrus de Melishipak et Merodach-Baladan 1, texte de Shutruk-Nuhhunte, chronique babylonienne 25, texte de Nubuchodonosor 2). L'A… Expand
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