CUSAS: Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology

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    Salvatore F. Monaco

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    David I. Owen and Rudolf Mayr

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    Alexandra Kleinerman and David I. Owen

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    David I. Owen

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    Karel Van Lerberghe and Gabriella Voet, and Hendrik Hameeuw

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    Andrew R. George

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    Giuseppe Visicato and Aage Westenholz

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    Miguel Civil

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    Massimo Maiocchi

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    Salvatore F. Monaco

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    Alhena Gadotti, Marcel Sigrist, and Nicole Brisch and David I. Owen

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    Steven J. Garfinkle, Marc Van De Mieroop, and H. Sauren

  • CUSAS 17
    Edited by Andrew R. George, Contributions by Miguel Civil, Piotr Steinkeller, F. Vallet, K. Volk, M. Weeden, C. Wilcke, and Grant Frame

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    Andrew R. George

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    Massimo Maiocchi and Giuseppe Visicato

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    Francesco Pomponio and Giuseppe Visicato

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    Salvatore F. Monaco

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    Steven J. Garfinkle

About this Series

The Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology (CUSAS) is a series that encompasses the publication and extensive analyses of texts written in the Sumerian, Babylonian, and Assyrian languages in cuneiform scripts inscribed on clay tablets excavated in Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and Iran. The publications provide scholars and students with the broad range of original sources for their languages, literatures, histories, religions, and cultures spanning nearly three millennia. The series investigates and illuminates the complexities of the societies that produced these sources. Although the emphasis in each work may be different, they incorporate transcriptions, translations, and studies, accompanied by autograph copies and photographs, of literary, religious, economic, and grammatical texts that together reflect the entire scope of Mesopotamian civilization.

David I. Owen

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