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Early Old Babylonian economy and society are analyzed in this volume. Each reconstructed archive is followed by a description of the activities recorded in it and by a study of its protagonists. A family tree is often added to clarify the history of the archive.

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Babylonian Topographical Texts. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 40. Jan 1992. George, A. R. (1992): Babylonian Topographical Texts. Goddeeris, A. (2002): Economy and Society in Northern Babylonia in the Early Old Babylonian Period (ca. Leuven. In this inter- esting book, he has shown that, despite the changes in Mesopotamian society after the Greek conquest of Babylonia by Alexander the Great, the Babylonian cults continued to play an important and active part of life in Mesopotamia. Furthermore, the temple ritual texts appar- ently reflect actual cultic practice accurately.

Economy and Society in Northern Babylonia in the Early Old Babylonian Period. Leuven; Paris; Sterling; Virginia, 2002. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 10. Goetze A. Sin-iddinam of Larsa: New Tablets from His Reign // JCS. 1950. The Laws of Eshnunna.

2012) In Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 22. Anne Goddeeris (UGent). 2002) Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta (OLA).

2012) In Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 220. Mark. Tablets from Kisurra in the collections of the British Museum. 2009) SANTAG : Arbeiten und Untersuchungen zur Keilschriftkunde. old babylonian period, nippur, babylonia, ancient topography.

Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta. Xerxes; Babylonia; Persia; cuneiform texts; ancient history Xerxes and Babylonia : The Cuneiform Evidence. Xerxes; Babylonia; Persia; cuneiform texts; ancient history. Number of pages Xerxes and Babylonia : The Cuneiform Evidence. Coptic Dictionary Online.

Early Old Babylonian economy and society are analyzed in this volume. The first part presents all the relevant cuneiform documents published before 2002, about 1200 in number. As far as possible, the texts are situated in their original archival context. A short summary of the content of each of them is given and, if necessary, there is an accompanying discussion of specific problems. Each reconstructed archive is followed by a description of the activities recorded in it and by a study of its protagonists. A family tree is often added to clarify the history of the archive. In the second part of the volume, the data presented in the archival study are integrated in a comprehensive analysis of the early Old Babylonian economy. Aspects of economy, such as land and labor management, trade, crafts and credit are evaluated and situated in their specific historical context.