A History of Ancient Near Eastern Law - Vol. 2

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SUBJECT INDEX
Alphabetization is word-by-word (e.g., “Age of majority” precedes “Aged persons”). Page numbers ending in “n” refer to notes.
Abandoned children, 54
Mesopotamia
Middle Assyrian Period, 540
Neo-Babylonian Period, 937
Abandoned land
Israel, 1016–1017
Abandoned spouse. See Desertion of spouse
Abban (King of Yamkhad). See Alalakh Level VII
Abduction. See Kidnapping
Abortion
Mesopotamia Middle Assyrian Period, 558
Abuse of authority. See also Corruption
Egypt New Kingdom, 345
Accounting records. See Administrative documents
Accusations in name of king
Egypt Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period, 109
Achaemenid period. See Mesopotamia, subheading: Neo-Babylonian Period
Acquisition of real property. See Real property, subheading: transfer by inheritance. See Inheritance by temples. See Temples by women. See Women
Administration of government, 27–31
Alalakh IV, 704
Alalakh VII, 695–696
Canaan, 738–739
central administration. See Central administration of government
Egypt
Demotic Law, 827–828
Elephantine, 865, 866–869
Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period, 259–264
New Kingdom, 289–359
Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period, 100–103
Third Intermediate Period, 784–791
Emar, 659–661
Hittite Kingdom, 28, 628–630
local administration. See Local government
Mesopotamia
Early Dynastic and Sargonic Periods, 147–149
Middle Assyrian Period, 522–524
Middle Babylonian Period, 488–489
Neo-Assyrian Period, 887–889
Neo-Babylonian Period, 916–917, 1051
Neo-Sumerian Period, 188–192
Nuzi, 568–569
Old Assyrian Period, 438–439
Old Babylonian Period, 365–366
provincial. See Provincial administration
royal family in key roles
Ebla, 232
Egypt Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period, 100, 101
Mesopotamia Neo-Sumerian Period, 187
Ugarit, 721
Administrative documents. See also
Administrative orders
Alalakh IV, 704
Alalakh VII, 694
first millennium, 1049
Mesopotamia
Neo-Assyrian Period, 884
Neo-Babylonian Period, 914
Neo-Sumerian Period, 185
Nuzi, 566–568
Old Babylonian Period, 363
Administrative law. See Constitutional and administrative law
Administrative orders, 13
Egypt
Demotic Law, 823
Elephantine, 870
Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period, 256

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents of Volume Two *
  • Part Three - First Millennium 775
  • Egypt - Third Intermediate Period 777
  • Bibliography 813
  • Egypt - Demotic Law 819
  • Bibliography 855
  • Egypt - Elephantine 863
  • Mesopotamia - Neo-Assyrian Period 883
  • Bibliography 907
  • Mesopotamia - Neo-Babylonian Period 911
  • Bibliography 968
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Israel 975
  • Bibliography 1042
  • International Law - International Law in the First Millennium 1047
  • Bibliography 1064
  • Indices 1067
  • Subject Index 1069
  • Index of Ancient Terms 1141
  • Index of Texts Cited 1161
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