The Art of the Middle East Including Persia, Mesopotamia and Palestine

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE MIDDLE
EAST AND ITS HISTORY DOWN TO 500
A.D.
W. F. Albright, The Archaeology of Palestine, London, 1949.
W. Andrae, Vorderasien, Munich, 1939.
E. R. Bevan, The House of Seleucus, London, 1902.
K. Bittel, Grundzüge der Vor- und Frühgeschichte Kleinasiens, 2nd ed., Tübingen, 1950.
V. Christian, Altertumskunde des Zweistromlandes, Leipzig, 1940.
G. Contenau, La Civilisation des Hittites et des Mitanniens, Paris, 1934.
G. Contenau, Monuments mésopotamiens nouvellement acquis ou peu connus, Musée du Louvre, Paris, 1934.
O. R. Gurney, The Hittites, London, 1952.
K. Kenyon, Digging up Jericho, London, 1957.
M. E. L. Mallowan and C. Rose, Excavations at Tell Arpachiyah, in: Iraq, vol. II, pt. I, 1935.
A. Malraux, The Voices of Silence, London, 1954.
B. Meissner, Babylonien und Assyrien, 2 vols., Heidelberg, 1920-5.
E. Meyer, Geschichte des Altertums, 3rd ed., 2 vols., Stuttgart, 1953.
M. v. Oppenheim, Tell Halaf, Berlin, 1943.
A. Parrot, Archéologie mésopotamienne, 2 vols., Paris, 1946-53.
A. Scharff and A. Moortgat, Ägypten und Vorderasien im Altertum, Munich, 1950.
H. Schmökel, Ur, Assur und Babylon: drei Jahrtausende im Zweistromland, Stuttgart, 1955.
S. Smith, The Early History of Assyria, London, 1930.
E. A. Speiser, Mesopotamian Origins, London, 1930.
W. Speiser, Vorderasiatische Kunst, Berlin, 1952.
P. Sykes, A History of Persia, 2 vols., London, 1930.
L. Woolley, Ur of the Chaldees, London, 1950.
L. Woolley, The Bronze Age. (To be published by UNESCO in: The Scientific and Cultural Development of Mankind.)

II. ELAM BEFORE THE COMING OF THE
INDO-EUROPEANS
G. G. Cameron, History of Early Iran, Chicago, 1936.
F. W. König, Geschichte Elams, Leipzig, 1931.
Ch. Zervos, L'art de la Mésopotamie de la fin du 4. Millénaire au XVe siècle avant notre ère: Elam, Sumer, Akkad. Paris, 1935.

III. SUMER: FROM THE BEGINNINGS OF
ART TO THE END OF THE EARLY
DYNASTIC PERIOD

IV. SUMER AND AKKAD: THE SARGONID
AGE AND THE THIRD DYNASTY OF
UR TO THE TIME OF HAMMURABI
H. Frankfort, The Art and Architecture of the Ancient Orient, Harmondsworth, 1954.
H. Frankfort, Archaeology and the Sumerian Problem, Chicago, 1932.
C. J. Gadd, History and Monuments of Ur, London, 1929.
H. A. Groenewegen-Frankfort, Arrest and Movement, London, 1951.
H. R. Hall and L. Woolley, Al 'Ubaid, London, 1927.
E. Heinrich, Kleinfunde aus den archaischen Tempelschichten in Uruk, Leipzig, 1936.
H. Lenzen, Die Sumerer, Berlin, 1948.
H. Lenzen, Die Entwicklung der Zikkurat von ihren Anfängen bis zur Zeit der III. Dynastie von Ur, Leipzig, 1941.
E. Mackay, A Sumerian Palace and the 'A' Cemetery at Kish, Chicago, 1929.
A. Moortgat, Frühe Bildkunst in Sumer, Leipzig, 1935.
A. Moortgat, Vorderasiatische Rollsiegel, Berlin, 1940.
A. Moortgat, Die Entstehung der sumerischen Hochkultur, Leipzig, 1945.
A. Moortgat, Grundlagen und Entfaltung der sumerisch-akkadischen Kultur, in: Historia Mundi, II, pp. 224-260, Berne, 1953.
A. Nöldeke, Vorläufiger Bericht über die von der Notgemeinschaft der Deutschen Wissenschaft in Uruk unternommenen Ausgrabungen. (Abhandlungen der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.) Berlin, 1928-38.

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