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Neo-Babylonian documents in the University of Michigan collection

Moore, Ellen Whitley

Neo-Babylonian documents in the University of Michigan collection

by Moore, Ellen Whitley

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Akkadian language -- Texts.,
  • Names, Assyro-Babylonian.,
  • Babylonia -- Commerce.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ellen Whitley Moore.
    ContributionsMichigan. University. Dept. of Oriental Languages and Literatures.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv,71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19283264M

    This collection of sixth—century BC Mesopotamian texts provides a close-up, and often dramatic view of ancient courtroom encounters, shedding light on Neo-Babylonian legal culture and daily life. In addition to the legal texts, Holtz introduces Neo-Babylonian social history, archival records, and legal materials. Start studying Neo-Babylonian Empire. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

    During the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Empires, Arameans, the native speakers of Aramaic, began to settle in greater numbers, at first in Babylonia, and later in Assyria (Upper Mesopotamia, modern-day northern Iraq, northeast Syria, northwest Iran, and south eastern Turkey (what was Armenia at the time). The influx eventually resulted in the Neo-Assyrian Early form: Old Aramaic (– BC), Middle . Semites in Babylonia in the Collection of David Sofer, CUSAS Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, under the direction of Laurie Pearce, Dept. of Near Eastern Studies, U.C. Berkeley, July – Translation and etymological analysis of Egyptian names transcribed into Neo-Babylonian cuneiform that appear in the corpus of texts of the U.C. Berkeley.

    Columbia University Libraries (CUL) and the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI) are pleased to present in these pages the results of a cooperative effort to digitize and disseminate all available documentation on its extensive cuneiform collection. Jane Siegel, Rare Book Librarian at Columbia’s Rare Book & Manuscript Library, provided. Gnosticism. Gnosticism (after gnôsis, the Greek word for "knowledge" or "insight") is the name given to a loosely organized religious and philosophical movement that flourished in the first and second centuries exact origin(s) of this school of thought cannot be traced, although it is possible to locate influences or sources as far back as the second and first centuries BCE, .


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Neo-Babylonian documents in the University of Michigan collection. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Whitley Moore; University of Michigan. Department of Oriental Languages and Literatures.

NBD MOORE, ELLEN W. Neo-Babylonian documents in the University of Michigan collection (Ann Arbor, ). NBLE CLAY, ALBERT T. Neo-Babylonian letters from Erech ("Yale oriental series.

Babylonian texts" III [New Haven, ]). NBRU POHL, ALFRED. Neubabylonische Rechtsurkunden aus den BerlinerFile Size: 2MB. DUBBERSTEIN, WALDO H., Book Review: Neo -Babylonian Documents in the University of Michigan Collection by Ellen Whitley Moore - - EDGERTON, WILLIAM F., Chronology of the Twelfth Dynasty - EDITORS' ANNOUNCEMENT - - - - - - - - - - 1 Fox, G.

GEORGE, The Matthean Misrepresentation of tephillin - GARSTANG, JOHN, Samuba and Malatia. New Haven, Yale University Press, Cuneiform Documents from Hellenistic Uruk, by L. Timothy Doty, edited by Ronald Wallenfels. Yale Oriental Series, Babylonian Texts, vol. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, Neo-Babylonian Letters and Contracts from the Eanna Archive, by Eckart Frahm and Michael Jursa.

Yale Oriental. Book Reviews. Kizzuwatna and the Problem of Hittite Geography. Goetze Albrecht. John Garstang. 1(2), pp. – First Page | PDF ( KB) | Permissions Neo-Babylonian Documents in the University of Michigan Collection. Ellen Whitley Moore 1(2), p. First Page | PDF (49 KB) | Permissions The Treatment of Final Vowels in Early Neo.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Neo-Babylonian business and administrative documents by Moore, Ellen Whitley,University of Michigan Press edition, in EnglishPages: This chapter presents an outline of the history of Babylonia from Cyrus II to Xerxes.

The historiographic texts from Babylonia providing an outline of the main political events are very sparse, the major one being the Nabonidus Chronicle, which covers the whole reign of Nabonidus, last king of Babylonia, the rise of Cyrus and his conquest of by: 1.

Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of James B. Nies, vol. New Haven, Yale University Press, Sumerian Administrative Documents from the Reigns of Išbi-Erra and Šū-ilišu, by Marc Van De Mieroop. Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of James B.

Nies, vol. New Haven, Yale University Press, Published Description: Translation: [(Document concerning) [] [property] of Nabu which Sin-etir, [son] of Kina rented out 9lit., gave) to Nabu-ahhe-bullit, son of Nana-aha-iddina from the fifteenth day of the month of Addaru, fourteenth year, until the fifteenth day of the month of Nisanu, fifteenth year of Nabu-na'id, king of Babylon, for a month's rent of four shekels of silver.

Sumerian administrative documents dated in the reigns of the kings of the second dynasty of Ur; from the temple archives of Nippur. By D.W. Myhrman. vol. VI, pt. Babylonian legal and business documents from the time of Pages: Neo-Babylonian business and administrative documents; with transliteration, translation and notes.

Neo-Babylonian business and administrative documents. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Neo-Babylonian business and administrative documents; with.

Chronology of Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid Kings (– BCE) xvi Introduction 1 General Historical Context 3 The Trial Records and Neo-Babylonian Archival Texts 4 Imagining the Courtroom Drama 5 The Adjudicatory System 7 On the Organization of This Book 9 Chapter 1: Preliminaries to Trials 13 1.

A Confession 13 2. A substantial book review section in every issue provides a critical overview of new publications by both emerging and established scholars. Neo-Babylonian Documents in the University of Michigan Collection by Ellen Whitley Moore.

Neo-Babylonian Documents in the University of Michigan Collection by Ellen Whitley Moore (p. The Neo-Babylonian texts contained in this volume were acquired by the Oriental Institute Tablet Collection over a long period of years from various sources. Most of the texts in the collection are from the Eanna temple archive in Uruk.

NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "THE PANTHEON OF URUK DURING THE NEO-BABYLONIAN PERIOD,". View Neo Babylonian Empire Research Papers on for free. conference on the Judah in the Neo Babylonian period, at Tel Aviv University, and he invited me to participate.

Specifically, he asked to present a paper on the rural settlements of the Iron Age (which was the topic of my master’s thesis). I gave the invitation much thought, and after some time came with the idea that. This new volume presents facsimile copies of over two hundred previously unpublished Babylonian letters and documents written in cuneiform script.

The texts, dating from the sixth century B.C., mainly originate from the archives of the Eanna temple in Uruk in southern Mesopotamia, and they contribute important information relating to the.

Even though scholars have known of Neo-Babylonian legal texts almost since Assyriology's very beginnings, no comprehensive study of court procedure has been undertaken. This lack is particularly glaring in light of studies of court procedure in earlier periods of Mesopotamian history.

With these studies as a model, this book begins by presenting a comprehensive classification. The texts contained in this volume were acquired by the Oriental Institute Tablet Collection over a long period of years from various sources. The texts are dated from to BC, during the Neo-Babylonian : David B.

Weisberg. babylonian inscriptions in the collection of james b. nies-vol. i letters and erech contracts written from in the neo-babylonian period by clarence elwood keiser, ph.d. member of the yale babylonian seminary new haven: yale university press london: humphrey milford oxford File Size: 7MB.Dussaud MBlanges syriens offerts & M.

Rene Dussaud MLC tablets in the collections of the library of J. Pierpont Morgan Moldenke A. B. Moldenke, Babylonian Contract Tablets in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Moore Michigan E.

W. Moore, Neo-Babylonian Coll. Documents in the University of Michigan Collection Moran Temple W. L. Moran, Sumero.The book is excellent and only meant for scholars. The copies are well done, and the information is well-organized.

I was also happy to get it as a so-called used copy; it was clearly new. I paid $50 but $ for shipping. Yale Publishing charges $ for this by: 2.