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AbstractThe article aims at establishing new, more reliable meanings and functions for a number of lexical and semi-grammatical elements of Eblaite (Syrian East Semitic). The so-called “chancery texts”, first published by Pelio Fronzaroli and Amalia Catagnoti as ARET 13, 16 and 18, are in the...
AbstractThe reader will find in the following pages a new edition of Sulgi X, a text famous above all for its first part (ll. 1–73), describing the meeting of Innana and Sulgi. The goddess first speaks of her carnal union with the king and thereupon decrees a favourable fate for him. In the...
AbstractGiven the paucity of judicial records in the archives of Ḫatti, examination of administrative malfeasance and abuse of office by members of the Hittite bureaucracy entails consultation of other types of texts—particularly of instructions for office holders and of inventories of the...
AbstractThe tug₂guz-za/tug₂guz.za is a cloth attested in different spellings from the 3rd to 1st millennia BCE that has received diverse translations. Evidence from Ur III textile production texts, reconstructions based on experimental data, and lexical lists now converge to suggest that the...
AbstractThis article examines the Middle Bronze Age archaeological evidence from surveys and excavations conducted in the in the area of the Lake Orūmīyeh basin in what is now north-western Iran. The sites were first analysed with regard to their more general classification, for example in...
AbstractThis paper investigates the Lagash II cylinder fragment Nr. 1+6, whose physical join can be confirmed. A new edition of the joined fragment provides a more comprehensive understanding. Furthermore, the question is raised of whether this fragment might have belonged to the hypothesized...
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