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Assyria, c. 2600-1816 B.C. Vol. 1, chapter 25.

Hildegard Lewy

Assyria, c. 2600-1816 B.C. Vol. 1, chapter 25.

by Hildegard Lewy

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Published by Cambridge U.P. in Cambridge .
Written in English

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  • Assyria
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    • Assyria -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 45-49.

      SeriesCambridge ancient history. Rev. ed., fasc. no. 53
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS73.2 .L4 1966
      The Physical Object
      Pagination50 p.
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5575923M
      LC Control Number67087303

      Assyria c B.C. Hildegard Lewy Greece, Crete, and the Aegean islands in the early Bronze Age John L. Caskey and H. W. Catling-- Nielsen Book Data) Volume II, Part II deals with the history of the region from about to B.C., and includes accounts of Akhenaten and the Amarna 'revolution' in Egypt, the expansion and. [Tyndale House, The Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Vol. 1, p. ] 2 Nephi Carchemish: Carchemish (2 Nephi ) was a city (modern Jerablus) which guarded the main ford across the river Euphrates about kilometers northeast of Aleppo. As a Syrian city-state it had treaties with Ugarit and other states during the 2nd millennium B.C.

      Librarian's tip: Chap. 8 "The Lawgiver: B.C." Read preview Overview Persia and the Greeks: The Defence of the West, C. B.C By Andrew Robert Burn St. Martin's Press, Records of the reign of Tukulti-Ninib I, King of Assyria, about B.C. Vol. 1 - L. King () Records of the reign of Tukulti-Ninib I, King of Assyria, about B.C. Vol. 2 - L. King () Religious and moral ideas in Babylonia-Assyria by S. Mercer ().

      places, cf. Anchor Bible Dictionary, vol. 4, pp. ff). It is most closely related to Moabite and the language used at Ugarit. Examples of ancient Hebrew found outside the Bible are 1. the Gezer calendar, B.C. (a school boy’s writing) 2. the Siloam Inscription, B.C. (tunnel writings) 3. Samaritan Ostraca, B.C. (tax records on. This chapter explores the archival texts of the Neo-Assyrian Empire and attempts to gauge the legal and economic position of slavery in Assyrian society. It shows that the Assyrians held a similar legal understanding of slavery to the Greeks, and knew also of the phenomenon of debt bondage. The chapter then moves on to consider the location of slavery in Assyrian society, showing widespread.


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