New online content from British Institute for the Study of Iraq

By Mary Fisk|December 4, 2014|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, Art and Archaeology|0 comments

The British Institute for the Study of Iraq continues to make complimentary copies of selected publications available to individuals, libraries and institutions as PDF downloads (single copy for personal use only)

36 documents are now freely available. Click here to access the lists

The freely available works are:

  • The Old Babylonian tablets from Tell al-Rimah / Dalley et al. (1978)
  • Fifty years of Mesopotamian discovery: the work of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq 1932-1982 / Curtis (1982)
  • The Middle Babylonian legal and economic texts from Ur / Gurney (1982)
  • Nimrud: and Assyrian imperial city revealed / Oates & Oates (2001)
  • The published ivories from Fort Shalmaneser, Nimrud / Hermann et al. (2004)
  • Studies in the ancient history of northern Iraq (reprint) / Oates (2005)
  • Languages of Iraq, ancient and modern / Postgate (2007)
  • New light on Nimrud: proceedings of the Nimrud Conference 11th – 13th March 2002 / Werr (2008)
  • Once there was a place: settlement archaeology at Chagar Bazar 1999-2002 / McMahan et al. (2010)
  • Your praise is sweet: a memorial volume for Jeremy Black … / Baker et al. (2011)
The collection available for download also includes selected volumes in the series Cuneiform texts from Nimrud, Ivories from Nimrud, Abu Salabikh excavations, Tell Brak excavations, Samarra Studies and the Iraq Archaeological Reports

 

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