The Graeco-Babyloniaca Once Again

@inproceedings{Westenholz2007TheGO,
  title={The Graeco-Babyloniaca Once Again},
  author={Aage Westenholz},
  year={2007}
}
  • Aage Westenholz
  • Published 2007
  • History
  • Abstract In this article, collations of the 13 Graeco-Babyloniaca texts presently in the British Museum, as well as photographs of nine of these, are offered; the cultural Sitz im Leben of the Graeco-Babyloniaca is examined; a phonological analysis of Akkadian and Sumerian in Greek transcription is attempted; and M. Geller's thesis of a survival of the cuneiform tradition into the third century A. D. is critically discussed. Thus, the debate about these texts in this journal is continued. 
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