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Albert Tobias Clay (1866–1925) was an American Semitic archaeologist, born in Hanover, Penna. His most important publications were Babylonian business and legal documents, especially Business Documents of Murashû Sons of Nippur (1898; et seq).
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The epic tale of Gilgamesh is one of the earliest stories in world literature. This 1920 publication presents textual fragments found since the discovery of clay tablets at Nineveh in the 1850s. One episode, reminiscent of Noah's Flood, is of particular interest to biblical scholars and Assyriologists.About the Author:
Albert Tobias Clay (1866–1925) was an American Semitic archaeologist. Morris Jastrow, Jr., (August 13, 1861 – June 22, 1921) was an American orientalist.
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