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  • Author(s) Mark W. Chavalas
  • SubtitleHistorical Sources in Translation
  • Edition1
  • Published29th June 2006
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631235804

Historical Sources in Translation

This book presents new translations of Mesopotamian and ancient
Near Eastern historiographic texts, providing the reader with the
primary sources for the history of the ancient Near East.





  • A primary source book presenting new translations of
    Mesopotamian and ancient Near Eastern historiographic texts, and
    other related materials.


  • Helps readers to understand the historical context of the Near
    East.


  • Covers the period from the earliest historical and literary
    texts (c.2700 B.C.) to the latest Hellenistic historians who
    comment on ancient Near Eastern history (c.250 B.C.)


  • Texts range from the code of Hammurabi to the Assyrian royal
    inscriptions.


  • A detailed commentary is provided on each text, placing it in
    its historical and cultural context.


  • Maps, illustrations and a chronological table help to orientate
    the reader.

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  • Author(s) Mark W. Chavalas
  • SubtitleHistorical Sources in Translation
  • Edition1
  • Published29th June 2006
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631235804

Historical Sources in Translation

This book presents new translations of Mesopotamian and ancient
Near Eastern historiographic texts, providing the reader with the
primary sources for the history of the ancient Near East.





  • A primary source book presenting new translations of
    Mesopotamian and ancient Near Eastern historiographic texts, and
    other related materials.


  • Helps readers to understand the historical context of the Near
    East.


  • Covers the period from the earliest historical and literary
    texts (c.2700 B.C.) to the latest Hellenistic historians who
    comment on ancient Near Eastern history (c.250 B.C.)


  • Texts range from the code of Hammurabi to the Assyrian royal
    inscriptions.


  • A detailed commentary is provided on each text, placing it in
    its historical and cultural context.


  • Maps, illustrations and a chronological table help to orientate
    the reader.

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