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Dandamayev M.A. The Babylonian Scribes [Вавилонские писцы]. Moscow, Nauka GRVL Publishers 1983.


CONTENTS

Preface

Chapter I. Scribal Terminology

1. Scribes, Interpreters and Scholars

2. Materials for Writing

3. Types of Documents

4. School, Archives and Libraries

Chapter II. Scribal Art

Texts

Chapter III. Scribes as Interpreters

Texts

Chapter IV. State Scribes

Texts

Chapter V. Temple Scribes

Texts

Chapter VI. Nādinu, a Scribe of the Temple Eanna

Chapter VII. Scribes of Private Legal Transactions

Texts

Chapter VIII. Scribes as Business Men

1. Nabû-ahhē-iddin, Head of the House of Egibi

2. Itti-Marduk-balātu. Descendant of Egibi

3. Marduk-nāsir-apli. Head of the House of Egibi

4. Tābiya, Son of Nabû-apla-iddina, Descendant of Sīn-ili

Conclusion

Notes

Supplement I. Selected Documents in Transliteration

Supplement II. Calendar and Measures

Bibliography (Sources and Literature)

Index of Transliterated and Translated Texts

Index of Translated Texts (without Transliteration)

General Index of Sources Used (Babylonian, Neo-Assyrian, Aramaic, Biblical, Demotic, Elamite and Greek Texts)

Summary

Addenda

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Keywords


Babylonian texts
royal scribes
sepiru
temple scribes

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