The British Museum's Ashurbanipal Project has grown through the efforts of many staff and volunteers. It also benefits from an ever increasing number of collaborations with colleagues around the world. We are very grateful to everyone for their contributions.

Since 2008 the Project has been directed by Jon Taylor. From 2006-2007 it was directed by Irving Finkel, and from 2002-2005 by Christopher Walker.

The new photographs (2009-2013) were produced by:

The tablets were prepared for digitisation (2009-2013) by a team of ceramics conservators:

Re-cataloguing was carried out by Dr Jeannette Fincke (2003, 2005, 2006), and Prof. Riekele Borger (2008-2010).

A large team of volunteers has assisted with all aspects of the work, from tablet photography and processing, image scanning, bibliography and data entry:

The following colleagues and projects have contributed their materials to the Project:

The following institutions have made Library tablets in their collection available:

Jonathan Taylor

Jonathan Taylor, 'Contributors', Ashurbanipal Library Project, The Ashurbanipal Library Project, Department of the Middle East, The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG, 2021 []

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