Recent ANE Books
Recent Additions to Vanderbilt Divinity Library's ancient Near Eastern collection...
Ancient Synagogues - Archaeology and Art: New Discoveries and Current Research
The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur: Volume 2 - Cultic Offerings, Vessels, and other Specialist Reports
Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, volume 68
Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls – Volume 1
Shaul Shaked, James Nathan Ford, and Siam Bhayro
Les outillages néolithiques en Syrie du Nord: Méthode de débitage et gestion laminaire durant le PPNB
Frédéric Abbès, BAR International Series 1150, 2003
Classic Texts for ANE Research
July 13 - July 19, 2014
Ancient Mesopotamia: Portrait of a Dead Civilization
Professor Oppenheim, who studied these tablets for more than thirty years, used his intimate knowledge of long-dead languages to put together a distinctively personal picture of the Mesopotamians of some three thousand years ago. Following Oppenheim's death, Erica Reiner used the author's outline to complete the revisions he had begun.
"To any serious student of Mesopotamian civilization, this is one of the most valuable books ever written."—Leonard Cottrell, Book Week
"Leo Oppenheim has made a bold, brave, pioneering attempt to present a synthesis of the vast mass of philological and archaeological data that have accumulated over the past hundred years in the field of Assyriological research."—Samuel Noah Kramer, Archaeology
A. Leo Oppenheim, one of the most distinguished Assyriologists of our time, was editor in charge of the Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute and John A. Wilson Professor of Oriental Studies at the University of Chicago.
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