Ištar of Nineveh Reconsidered

@article{Beckman1998ItarON,
  title={I{\vs}tar of Nineveh Reconsidered},
  author={Gary M. Beckman},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  year={1998},
  volume={50},
  pages={1 - 10}
}
  • G. Beckman
  • Published 1 January 1998
  • History
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
Cet article est consacre a la deesse Istar de Ninive. L'A examine des textes rituels hittites qui attestent de la presence de la divinite phenicienne ailleurs qu'en Assyrie. Ces textes font reference au culte particulier d'Istar-Pirinkir et permettent de mieux definir les diverses formes de la deesse, dont celle d'Istar de Ninive, au cours du deuxieme millenaire en Anatolie. 
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