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Kurzgefasster Uberblick Uber Die Babylonish-Assyrische Literatur, Nebst Einem Chronologischen Excurs, Zwei Reigstern Und Einem Index Zu 1700 Thontafeln Des British-Museum's

By: Bezold, Carl

Price: $80.00

Publisher: Leipzig, Otto Schultz: 1886

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000303

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


395 pp + xv. In German. Assyriologist Carl Bezold's ( 1859-1922) abridged survey of the Babylonian-Assyrian literature, together with a chronology and an index to the cuneiform tablets at the British Museum. Bezold was well known for his work with the British Museum, and was a pioneer in Babylonian astronomy. A very scarce book. Half leather with blue marbled boards. Spine is dry and very chipped, with most of the leather gone, although the gilt title is still pres... View more info

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Neo-Babylonian Court Procedure

By: Holtz, Shalom E.

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Leiden and Boston, Brill: 2009

Seller ID: 8861

ISBN: 9004174966

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


xviii, 335 pp. Bibliography, indices. Dark blue hardcover with bright yellow and black is clean, just small hints of wear. Inside is ownership stamp of noted scholar of Nuzi texts, otherwise clean and unmarked. A nice copy. "Even though scholars have known of Neo-Babylonian legal texts almost since Assyriology's very beginnings, no comprehensive study of court procedure has been undertaken. This lack is particularly glaring in light of studies of court procedure i... View more info

Elementa Aramaicae Seu Chaldaeo-Syriacae Linguae, Latine Reddita, et Nonnullis Accessionibus Aucta Ab Andrea Oberleitner

By: Jahn, Joannis (Johann, Johannes) 1750-1816

Price: $101.00

Publisher: Viennae (Vienna), Antonii Schmid: 1820

Seller ID: 001010

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


xvi + 196 + xxvi + corrigenda. 3 folding charts. In Latin. Oberleitner's updated Latin version of Jahn's seminal work on Aramaic in Chaldean-Syriac. Jahn was a prominent Orientalist and Biblical Scholar at the University of Vienna. Contemporary marbled boards with leather spine and corners, rubbed at all edges, spine tips dry and fraying, old spine label, spine gilt fairly bright and still legible. Old library stamp on title page and contemporary inscription, bright... View more info