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Representations of rebellion in the Assyrian royal inscriptions

@inproceedings{Dewar2019RepresentationsOR,
  title={Representations of rebellion in the Assyrian royal inscriptions},
  author={B. Dewar},
  year={2019}
}
This dissertation is a study of the literary motifs and topoi relating to rebellion in the Assyrian royal inscriptions. It is particularly concerned with the ways in which the Assyrian kings and their scribes emplotted rebellion into the narratives of the royal inscriptions in order to present these events in a favourable light. Details such as the identities of those responsible for a rebellion; the location of the king at the time at which the rebellion began; or the involvement of the gods… Expand

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