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Materials and studies for Kassite history

@inproceedings{Brinkman1976MaterialsAS,
  title={Materials and studies for Kassite history},
  author={John A. Brinkman},
  year={1976}
}
KASSITE HOUSING AT UR: THE DATES OF THE EM, YC, XNCF, AH AND KPS HOUSES
A study of the excavated structures at Ur which Woolley identified as domestic and possibly Kassite (or later) in date. Through an examination of the objects excavated in the structures and
Kaštiliašu and the Sumundar Canal: A New Middle Babylonian Royal Inscription
Abstract: This article presents an edition of a new royal inscription of the Kassite king Kaåtiliaåu. The inscription is preserved on a clay tablet and deals with the digging of the Sumundar canal.
Kurigalzu I and the restoration of Babylonia
Summary This paper presents a review of the building work undertaken by Kurigalzu I and II. In doing so it aims to demonstrate that Kurigalzu I (x–1375 B.C.) was responsible for one of the most
Elamite War Chariots and Military Equipment At Ancient Kabnak (ca. 1400 bce)
After entering the second millennium BCE as a military superpower, Elam faded into historical obscurity upon its withdrawal from the broader Near Eastern political scene in 1763 BCE and only
The Construction of Women’s Identities through Commemorative Objects in Bronze Age Mesopotamia
Abstract This article focuses on female devotees and divine beneficiaries in Early Mesopotamia, analyzing the nearly 600 known objects dating to the third and second millennia BCE and dedicated by
Fast Way Upstairs: Transformation of Assyrian Hereditary Rulership in the Late Bronze Age
The chapter deals with main institutional and conceptual aspects of transition of Assyrian polity from city-state with a quite limited power of hereditary rulers to territorial state and Empire with
Ancient Near Eastern Temple Inventories in the Third and Second Millennia BCE
The contributions in this volume — resulting from an international conference held in 2016 at the Center for Advanced Studies of Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and supported by the LMU Graduate
Elamite Karintaš and Avestan Kvirinta: Notes on the Early History of Kerend
The toponym Kerend has a long history. This study explores the appearance of Kerend in pre-modern sources, beginning with the toponym Karintaš in the late second millennium BC. Kassite, Elamite and
Temporality and Periodization in Ancient Near Eastern History
In this article I consider the issues of temporality and periodization in the ancient Near East under three rubrics: how modern scholars have periodized ancient Near Eastern history, how societies of
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