SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 19

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Subtitle: 
The Nuzi Workshop at the 55th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale
Publication ID: 
978-1934309-223
Year Published: 
2012
Editors: 
P. Abrahami and B. Lion

Essays on marriage, adoption, and the family at Nuzi by Abrahami, Battini, Fincke, D. and J. Justel, Moller, Lion, and Negri Scafa.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 9

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Subtitle: 
General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 10/2
Publication ID: 
978-1-883053-26-0
Year Published: 
1998
Editors: 
David I. Owen and Gernot Wilhelm

Monographs and collections of essays on the history, religion, social life, and literature of northern Mesopotamia during the second millennium B.C., when the Hurrians, a people with their own language and culture dominated much of northern Mesopotamia.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 8

in
Subtitle: 
Richard F. S. Starr Memorial Volume
Publication ID: 
978-1-883053-10-9
Year Published: 
1996
Editors: 
David I. Owen and Gernot Wilhelm

Monographs and collections of essays on the history, religion, social life, and literature of northern Mesopotamia during the second millennium B.C., when the Hurrians, a people with their own language and culture dominated much of northern Mesopotamia.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 7

in
Subtitle: 
Edith Porada Memorial Volume
Publication ID: 
978-1-883053-07-9
Year Published: 
1995
Editors: 
David I. Owen and Gernot Wilhelm
Series: 
SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 6

in
Subtitle: 
Two Hundred Nuzi Texts from the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Publication ID: 
978-1-883053-05-5
Year Published: 
1994
Authors: 
Maynard P. Maidman
Editors: 
David I. Owen

Monographs and collections of essays on the history, religion, social life, and literature of northern Mesopotamia during the second millennium B.C., when the Hurrians, a people with their own language and culture dominated much of northern Mesopotamia.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 5

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Subtitle: 
General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 9/3
Publication ID: 
978-0-931464-67-6
Year Published: 
1995
Editors: 
David I. Owen

The first part of the volume contains 7 articles on various facets of Nuzi, the texts found there, and the archaeology of the site. Part two completes the publication of the Excavations at Nuzi text series begun by E. R. Lacheman. This volume also contains cumulative indexes to the previous two parts of Excavations at Nuzi 9, including indexes of SMN numbers, room numbers, and scribes.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 4

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Subtitle: 
The Eastern Archives of Nuzi and Excavations at Nuzi 9/2
Publication ID: 
978-0-931464-64-5
Year Published: 
1993
Editors: 
Martha A. Morrison, and David I. Owen

Dr. Morrison's study of the Eastern Archives combines both archaeological and philological data bringing order to the organization of the Eastern Archives and showing how they might have been grouped originally when excavated. She suggests, furthermore, additional avenues of research to follow in the analysis of other segments of the Nuzi archives. The second part of the late E. R. Lacheman's Excavations at Nuzi, volume 9 is also published in this volume. Texts selected for publication were chosen to coordinate with Morrison's study.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 3

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Subtitle: 
Joint Expedition with the Iraq Museum at Nuzi VII - Miscellaneous Texts
Publication ID: 
978-0-931464-45-4
Year Published: 
1989
Editors: 
Ernest R. Lacheman† and Maynard P. Maidman

The publication of 200 tablets excavated by the American Schools of Oriental Research and the Iraq Museum, based on preliminary copies by the late Ernest R. Lacheman and prepared for publication by Maynard P. Maidman with collations, additions, and corrections, including an annotated catalog. This volume continues the publication of Nuzi texts begun under the imprint of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Six volumes were published between 1927 and 1939; this seventh volume resumes the publication of this important corpus of ancient administrative texts.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 2

in
Subtitle: 
General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 9/1
Publication ID: 
978-0-931464-37-9
Year Published: 
1987
Editors: 
David I. Owen and Martha A. Morrison

Essays by: Astour, Donbaz, Dosch, Foster, Friedman, Grosz, Khacikyan, Maidman, Morrison, Paradise, Scafa, Stein, Wegner, Wilhelm. Includes publication of significant new texts.

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SCCNH

Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians - SCCNH 18

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Subtitle: 
General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 11/2 in Honor of David I. Owen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday October 28, 2005
Publication ID: 
978-1-934309-22-3
Year Published: 
2009
Editors: 
Gernot Wilhelm

Contains 23 essays on the 2nd-millennium BC Near East as well as copies of new texts from Nuzi. Topics include chronology, excavation reports, Hurrian language, troop rosters, sealing practices, winged disks and sacred trees, the eating of pig, the use of marijuana, issues of ethnicity, and much more.

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