Karduniash Babylonia 1 (Untersuchungen Zur Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatischen Archao)

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Kardunia, as the kingdom of the Kassites in Babylonia was called in ancient times, was one of the Great Powers in the Late Bronze Age competing with rivals such as Egypt and the Hittites. This volume seeks to illuminate important facets of their culture and for the first time to provide expert and detailed overviews of current research on the Kassites by internationally-renowned and younger scholars.

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