New open-access titles from the Oriental Institute (University of Chicago)

By Mary Fisk|November 23, 2012|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, Linguistics, Literature|0 comments

The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago has released the following open-access monographs on ancient Near Eastern languages, literatures and cuneiform studies. These titles complete the Assyriological Studies series

AS 24. The Hittite Instruction for the Royal Bodyguard. H. G.
Güterbock and Theo van den Hout. 1991

AS 21. Computer-Aided Analyses of Amorite. I. J. Gelb. 1980

AS 19. The Akkadian Influence on Aramaic. S. Kaufman. 1974

AS 18. Sequential Reconstruction of Proto-Akkadian. I. J. Gelb. 1969

AS 15. The Second Dynasty of Isin According to a New King-List Tablet.
A. Poebel. 1955

AS 14. Miscellaneous Studies. A. Poebel. 1947

AS 13. The System of the Quadrilateral Verb in Akkadian. A. Heidel. 1940

AS 12. Lamentation Over the Destruction of Ur. S. N. Kramer. 1940

AS 10. Gilgamesh and the Huluppu-Tree: A Reconstructed Sumerian Text.
S. N. Kramer. 1938

AS 9. Studies in Akkadian Grammar. A. Poebel. 1939

AS 8. Sumerian Prefix Forms BE- and BI- in the Time of the Earlier
Princes of Lagash. S. N. Kramer. 1936

AS 7. The Chicago Syllabary and the Louvre Syllabary AO 7661. R. T.
Hallock. 1940

AS 6. Philological Notes on Eshnunna and Its Inscriptions. Th. Jacobsen. 1934

AS 4. Beiträge zum Assyrischen Wörterbuch 2. B. Meissner. 1932

AS 3. Das appositionell bestimmte Pronomen der 1. Per. sing. in den
westsemitischen Inschriften und Alten Testament. A. Poebel. 1932

AS 2. The Sumerian Prefix Forms E- and I- in the Time of the Earlier
Princes of Lagash. A. Poebel. 1931
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AS 1. Beiträge zum Assyrischen Wörterbuch 1. B. Meissner. 1931


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