Neo-Babylonian legal and administrative documents: typology, contents and archives
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Published by Ugarit-Verlag Dr. Manfred Dietrich in M unster .
Written in English

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SeriesGuides to the Mesopotamian Textual Record -- 1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19930495M
ISBN 103934628699

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Get this from a library! Neo-Babylonian legal and administrative documents: typology, contents, and archives. [Michael Jursa]. 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 of the text-types. Neo-Babylonian Legal and Administrative Documents: Typology, Contents and Archives. Guides to the Mesopotamian Textual Record, 1. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag. Payne, Elizabeth E. The Craftsmen of the Neo-Babylonian Period: A Study of the Textile and Metal Workers of the Eanna Temple. Unpublished dissertation (Yale University). New Haven. Neo-Babylonian Legal and Administrative Documents: Typology, Contents and Archives. Guides to the Mesopotamian Textual Record 1. Guides to the Mesopotamian Textual Record 1. Münster: .

Neo-Babylonian Letters and Contracts from the Eanna Archive fojel. Letters and contracts from Erech written in the neo. Legal and Administrative Texts from the Reign of Nabonidus, by Paul-Alain Beaulieu. Yale Oriental Series, Babylonian Texts, vol. New Haven, Yale University Press, Cuneiform Documents from Hellenistic Uruk, by L. Timothy Doty, edited by Ronald Wallenfels. Yale Oriental Series, Babylonian Texts, vol. . By H. V. Hilprecht. 2 pt. in 1 v. -- Vol. III, pt. 1. 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. 1. Babylonian legal and business documents from the time of the first dynasty of Babylon: chiefly from Sippar. Jursa M () Neo-Babylonian Legal and Administrative Documents. Typology, Contents and Archives. (Ugarit-Verlag). Jursa M () Aspects of the Economic History of Babylonia in the First Millennium BCE. (Ugarit-Verlag). Hochreiter S, Schmidhuber J () Long short-term memory. Neural Computation.

Neo-Babylonian Legal and Administrative Documents: Typology, Contents and Archives, Münster: Ugarit Verlag. ——— “Agricultural management, tax farming and banking: aspects of. Sources: For the late Babylonian period, a large account of tablets have been excavated in main cities of the southern Mesopotamia (Babylon, Borsippa, Kiš, Nippur, Sippar, Ur, Uruk, etc).For the period which provided the bulk of the material (from the rising of the Chaldean dynasty during the late 7 th B.C. to the early 5 th B.C. when Babylonia revolted against Xerxes) around 19 texts are. Vol. 8 pt. 1. Clay, A.T. Legal and commercial transactions dated in the Assyrian, Neo-Babylonian and Persian periods.- Vol. 9. Hilprecht, H.V. Business documents of Murashû sons of Nppur dated in the reign of Artaxerxes I.- Vol. Clay, A.T. Business documents of Murashû sons of Nippur dated in the reign of Darius II.- Vol.   The documentary sources for the political, economic, and social history of ancient Mesopotamia constitute hundreds of thousands of clay tablets inscribed in the cuneiform script. Most tablets are damaged, leaving gaps in the texts written on them, and the missing portions must be restored by experts. This paper uses available digitized texts for training advanced machine-learning .