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Letters from Assyrian Scholars to the Kings Esarhaddon and Assurbanipal

Part I: Texts

Simo Parpola

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Letters from Assyrian Scholars to the Kings Esarhaddon and Assurbanipal

Part I: Texts

Simo Parpola

 

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Eisenbrauns is pleased to announce this quality reprint of Simo Parpola’s classic work, Letters from Assyrian Scholars to the Kings Esarhaddon and Assurbanipal.

Preface

Acknowledgments

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. On the transliteration

2. On the translation

3. Explanation of symbols used

Abbreviations

Texts and translations

1. Letters from Scribes (1–112)

1–29 Istar-sumu-eres

30 –33 Nabu-zeru-liser

34–58 Balasi

59–76 Nabu-ahhe-eriba

77–79 Nabu-sumu-iddina

80–81 Babu-sumu-iddina

82–84 Nergal-sumu-iddina

85–86 scribes of Kalizi

87–92 Nabu a

93–99 Istar-nadin-apli

100–112 unknown authors

2. Letters from haruspices (113–118)

113–117 Marduk-sumu-usur

118 Tabni

3. Letters from exorcists (119–245)

119–170 Adad-sumu-usar

171–202 Marduk-sakin-sumi

203–214 Nabu-nadin-sumi

215–222 Nabu-naser

223–226 Urad-Gula

227 Nabu-gamil

228–245 unknown authors

4. Letters from physicians (246–267)

246–257 Urad-Nana

258–262 Ikkaru

263 Bani

264 Nabu-tabni-usur

265–267 unknown authors

5. Letters from appeasers (268–274: all from Urad-Ea)

6. Miscellaneous (275–317)

275–297 Mar-Istar

298–316 Akkullanu

317 Adad-ahu-iddina

7. Anonymous letters in the form of uÕiltu-reports (318–345)

Collations

Indexes

1. Previously published texts

2. Previously unpublished texts

3. Joins

4. Names and places

5. Analytic index

Concordance

Notes on the cuneiform tablets

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