Cultic Activities in the Sacred Area of Ishtar at Ebla during the Old Syrian Period: The Favissae F.5327 and F.5238

  title={Cultic Activities in the Sacred Area of Ishtar at Ebla during the Old Syrian Period: The Favissae F.5327 and F.5238},
  author={Nicol{\`o} Marchetti and Lorenzo Nigro},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  pages={1 - 44}

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