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Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets, &c. in the British Museum. Part XXII

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  • Part XXII of "Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets, etc.," contains texts from about two hundred and sixty-four tablets and fragments in the various Babylonian Collections of the British Museum. The texts comprise: a series of private letters written during the Neo-Babylonian and Persian periods (B.C. 600 - B.C. 450). A Babylonian geographical tablet, whereon is inscribeda Mappa Mundii, depicting Babylon as the centre of the earth. A plan of Tuba, an Elamite (?) city. A portion of a map of Northern Babylonia. A portion of a map of the city of Babylon, showing hte site of the famous temple of Bêl. PDF File. (3.0MB)
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