Texts and contexts : the circulation and transmission of cuneiform texts in social space

@inproceedings{Delnero2015TextsAC,
  title={Texts and contexts : the circulation and transmission of cuneiform texts in social space},
  author={Paul Delnero and Jacob Lauinger},
  year={2015}
}
This volume assembles scholars working on cuneiform texts from different periods, genres, and areas to examine the range of social, cultural, and historical contexts in which specific types of texts circulated. Using different methodologies and sources of evidence, these articles reconstruct the contexts in which various cuneiform texts circulated, providing a critical framework to determine how they functioned. 
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