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Why Should Someone Who Knows Something Conceal It?

Cuneiform Studies in Honor of David I. Owen on His 70th Birthday

Edited by Alexandra Kleinerman, and Jack M. Sasson

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$60.00 | Hardcover Edition
ISBN: 978-1-934309-30-8

272 pages
8.5" × 11"
2010

Why Should Someone Who Knows Something Conceal It?

Cuneiform Studies in Honor of David I. Owen on His 70th Birthday

Edited by Alexandra Kleinerman, and Jack M. Sasson

Twenty essays on the history, culture, and literature of Ancient Mesopotamia, the land of the Sumerians, Babylonians, and Assyrians, from ca. 300-–400 BC. Essays include analysis of previously unpublished legal and administrative documents, the waging of war, aromatic and date production, newly found royal inscriptions, the treatment of orphans, and more.

 

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Twenty essays on the history, culture, and literature of Ancient Mesopotamia, the land of the Sumerians, Babylonians, and Assyrians, from ca. 300-–400 BC. Essays include analysis of previously unpublished legal and administrative documents, the waging of war, aromatic and date production, newly found royal inscriptions, the treatment of orphans, and more.

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