Title: Archive of the Nappahu Family
Publisher: Institut fur Orientalistik (Univ Vienna)
Book Condition: New
This book is a complete edition of 291 tablets that make up the archives of the Nappahu family, from 6th to early 5th century BC Babylon. For the first time, one of the largest private family archives of the Neo-Babylonian/Achaemenid period known to date is studied in all its details. The book includes copies of hitherto unpublished tablets as well as drawings of all seal impressions. There is also an extensive analysis of the contents of the archive in thematically arranged chapters. Bookseller Inventory # BAKARCHIV
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