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Abstract: This paper presents a first edition of a new clay tablet in Neo-Assyrian language and cuneiform script. The fragmentary text was found in 2013 at the site of Qalat-i Dinka in the Peshdar Plain, Sulaymaniyah Province, Kurdish Autonomous Region of Iraq. It documents the sale of a slave...
Abstract: The present contribution is devoted to the analysis of a fragment of a potter’s wheel, made of baked clay, discovered at Abu Tbeirah during the survey of winter 2012. The focus of the discussion will be the surface treatment of the fragment, specifically the series of regularly-spaced...
Abstract: This article presents a recently found inscription on part of stela belonging to the Urartian king Argišti I (ca. 785/80–756 BC). The findspot of this inscription distinguishes this stela from other Urartian stelae.
Abstract: A Middle Assyrian letter from Tell Taban, Tab T05A-134, was written when Ilī-padâ, a well-known figure in the very late 13 th and the early 12th centuries B. C., had become ill while staying in Adališḫu, a town in the Land of Māri located in the Middle Habur region. While the...
Abstract: The article discusses references to children in cuneiform records from Southern Mesopotamia dating to the Uruk III/Jemdet Nasr period (ca. 3000 B. C.). They confirm the presence of infants and children among the personnel of institutional households. Documents offer two patterns of...
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