Volume 1 of 2. Contents of Volume 1: Inscriptions of the Early Rulers; from Ititi to Adad-Nirâri I; Inscriptions of Adad-Nirâri I; Inscriptions Shalmaneser I; Inscriptions Tukulti-Urta I; The Successors of Tukulti-Urta I; Tiglath-pileser I; The Successors of Tiglath-pileser I; Adad-Nirâri II; Tukulti-Urta II; Assur-nâsir-pal; Shalmaneser III; Shamsi-Adad V, Sammurat, Adad-Nirari. III, and Assur-nirari V; Tiglath-pileser III and Shalmaneser V. Uploaded by Robert Bedrosian.
Daniel David Luckenbill (Hamburg, Pennsylvania 21 June 1881 - London, 5 June 1927) was an American assyriologist and professor at the University of Chicago. Complete bibliography: John A. Maynard: In Memoriam: A Bibliography of D. D. Luckenbill. A Study of the temple documents from the Cassite period. The Chicago University Press, Chicago 1907. Thesis PhD (Digitalisat, Internet Archive).
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Daniel David Luckenbill. The written records left us by the ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, Babylonians, and Assyrians furnish the only means for arranging and studying the events in the life of the people of the ancient world in their chronological sequence. Histories & Mysteries of Man. Publication Date. In Egypt most of the records were engraved upon steles, obelisks, and temple walls; in Babylonia and Assyria, upon memorial tablets, prisms and cylinders of clay or alabaster, upon obelisks and steles, or upon the walls of palaces and temples.
The written records left us by the ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, Babylonians, and Assyrians furnish the only means for arranging and studying the events in the life of the people of the ancient world in their chronological sequence.
Assyria and babylonia. By DANIEL DAVID L^CKENBILL, P.
Third series ancient records of palestine, phoenicia and syria. Assyria and babylonia. Volume I. Historical records of assyria.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Ancient Records of Assyria and Babylon. Publisher: Histories & Mysteries of Man. Publication Date: 1989.
Assyria and Babylon C. 1370-1300 B. olume II, Chapter XXV. Assyrian Military Power 1300-1200 B. . olume II, Chapter XXXI. Assyria and Babylonia C. 1200-1000 B. C. David B. Weisberg, C. J. Gadd, J. M. Munn-Rankin & D. Wiseman - 1970 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 90 (2):330. Clay Figurines of Babylonia and Assyria. W. F. Albright & E. Douglas van Buren - 1931 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 51 (2):175. Morris Jastrow, Jr. H. Toy - 1899 - Ethics 9 (2):243