Bismaya : recovering the lost city of Adab
|Main Author:||Wilson, Karen L.|
|Other Authors:||Lauinger, Jacob.|
Chicago, IL :
Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago,
xxx, 194 p. : 113 p. of pl. ; 30 cm.
University of Chicago Oriental Institute publications ;
Bismaya : Recovering the Lost City of Adab /(Online)
- A Note on the Sources
- Early Exploration
- The University of Chicago Expedition to Bismaya and 'the Oldest Statue in the World'
- The Site, the City, and the City Wall
- Mound I, 'The Palace' : A Palace of the Isin-Larsa/Old Babylonian Period
- Mound II, 'The Cemetery': Residence(s) of the Late Early Dynastic Period and Remains of the Isin-Larsa/Old Babylonian Period
- Mound III, 'The Semitic Quarter': An Akkadian Administrative and Light Industrial Complex
- Mound IV, 'The Library': An Administrative Center During the Reign of Sharkalisharri
- Mound V, 'The Temple': A Series of Temples of the Third Millennium B.C.
- Mound X, Residences of the Akkadian Period?
- The Remaining Mounds
- Objects Whose Findspots Could Not Be Determined
- Objects Purchased by the Expedition
- Archaeology and the History of Bismaya
- Appendix A: Early Dynastic Tablets from Adab in the Collection of the Oriental Institute Museum / Monica Louise Phillips
- Appendix B : The Ur III Administrative Tablets from Adab in the Collection of the Oriental Institute Museum / Benjamin Studevent-Hickman
- Appendix C : The Old Babylonian Tablets from Adab in the Collection of the Oriental Institute Museum / Jacob Lauinger
- Appendix D. A7447 : The Inscription / Aage Westenholz
- Appendix E. Objects from Bismaya Now in the Collection of the Eski Sark Museum, Istanbul
- Appendix F. List of Objects by Oriental Institute Museum Number
- Appendix G. Bibliography of Works by Edgar J. Banks.