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Ancient Knowledge Networks online

The palaces of Nimrud restored, as imagined by the city's first excavator, A.H. Layard

"The palaces of Nimrud restored", as imagined by the city's first excavator, A.H. Layard (A Second Series of the Monuments of Nineveh, London 1853, pl. 1 detail, after a sketch by James Fergusson)

This website is the online complement to Eleanor Robson's book, Ancient Knowledge Networks: a Social Geography of Cuneiform Scholarship in First-Millennium Assyria and Babylonia [https://www.uclpress.co.uk/collections/archaeology/products/125022], published by UCL Press in November 2019.

It contains links to open-access, online editions and translations of all the cuneiform texts featured in the book, a glossary of technical terms, and an ever-growing list of all known scholars of Assyria and Babylonia in the first millennium BC.

10 Nov 2019
 
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