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Of GOd(s), Trees, KinGs, and schOlars

@inproceedings{Luukko2009OfGT,
  title={Of GOd(s), Trees, KinGs, and schOlars},
  author={Mikko Luukko and Saana Sv{\"a}rd and R. Mattila},
  year={2009}
}
Some of the latest Neo-Assyrian texts so far excavated were unearthed by Koldewey already in 1903 in the South Palace built by Nebuchadnezzar II in Babylon. A short description of the finds together with a preliminary treatment of one of the texts will be given here. Noteworthy are the capacity units sa and 
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