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By Jean-Jacques Glassner

All of the chronicle literature of old Mesopotamia from the early moment millennium to Seleucid instances is accrued during this English translation of Glassner’s Chroniques Mésopotamiennes (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1993). as well as revising and supplementing the French variation, this quantity presents transcriptions of the cuneiform and English translations of each instance of Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian chronographic literature in addition to seminal essays at the style and on Mesopotamian historiography generally.

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