Neo-Babylonian society and economy

@inproceedings{Dandamaev1992NeoBabylonianSA,
  title={Neo-Babylonian society and economy},
  author={M. A. Dandamaev},
  year={1992}
}
With the establishment of the Neo-Babylonian kingdom there starts a rich flow of documentary sources. The period of less than ninety years between the reign of Nabopolassar and the occupation of Mesopotamia by the Persians is documented by tens of thousands of texts concerning household and administrative economy and private law, over ten thousand of which have been published so far. Their content is varied: promissory notes, contracts for the sale, lease or gift of land, houses or other… 
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