This new volume presents facsimile copies of over two hundred
previously unpublished Babylonian letters and documents written in
cuneiform script. The texts, dating from the sixth century B.C.,
mainly originate from the archives of the Eanna temple in Uruk in
southern Mesopotamia, and they contribute important information
relating to the political, social, and economic history of this
In a detailed introduction the authors discuss the significance
of these texts and explore their historical and socioeconomic
implications. The volume also includes summaries of the contents of
the individual documents and comprehensive indices to facilitate
full access to the primary data for students and scholars.
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