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Cuneiform texts in the Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University
|Statement||by Alhena Gadotti and Marcel Sigrist ; with the assistance of Nicole M. Brisch and David I. Owen|
|Series||Cornell University studies in Assyriology and Sumerology -- v. 15|
|Contributions||Sigrist, Marcel, Brisch, Nicole Maria, Owen, David I., Cornell University. Library. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections|
|LC Classifications||PJ4053.C67 G33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010013574|
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CUSAS: Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology. CUSAS Cuneiform Texts in the Carl A. Kroch Library. Alhena Gadotti, Marcel Sigrist, Contributions by Nicole Brisch, and David I. Owen. This volume contains transliteration, translation, and copy of Ur III and Old Babylonian texts, with a few Middle Babylonian and Neo. A new exhibit: “Wardrobes and Rabbit Holes: a Dark History of Children’s Literature” just opened in the Hirshland Exhibition Gallery in the Kroch Library at Cornell University. Utilizing Cornell’s rich rare book and manuscript collections, the exhibit explores many themes in children’s literature.
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The publication of the Carl A. Kroch Rare Book Library collection of cuneiform tablets brings to a close a publication process that began with the unpublished catalogues produced first by Edward Chiera in the s and subsequently by A. Leo Oppenheim in the s.
 Year: Hardcover - Go to CDL Press by Alhena Gadotti and Marcel Sigrist, with Nicole Brisch and David I. Owen The publication of the Carl A. Kroch Rare Book Library collection of cuneiform tablets brings to a close a publication process that began with the unpublished catalogues produced first by Edward Chiera in the s and subsequently by A.
Leo Oppenheim in the s. The entire collection of Ur III texts, Old Babylonian texts, Middle and Neo-Babylonian texts, a total of texts from the Rare Manuscript Collection of the Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University are here published with their transliterations and copies Cornell University book the exception of the three archaic texts, already published in the CUSAS 1 volume edited by S.
Monaco. Get this from a library. Cuneiform texts in the Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University. [Alhena Gadotti; Nicole Maria Brisch; David I Owen; Marcel Sigrist; Cornell University Library Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections].
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 Year: Hardcover - Go to CDL Press by Salvatore F. Monaco The tablets belong to the late fourth millennium B.C.E. and range from proto-literate to Uruk III/Jemdet-Nasr texts presented in this volume are provided with photographs, copies, and transliterations.
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