A History of Ancient Near Eastern Law - Vol. 2

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INDEX OF ANCIENT TERMS

Akkadian
abāku(m) G 506, 515
abbutu(m) 594, 594n. 105, 601
abbuttu(m) 382–4, 586, 594, 707
abisābim 365
adāmu(m) G 476n. 229
adê1056
adru903
agāru(m) G 473
agrūtu 742
ahammu 497
ahātūtu 587–8
ahāzu(m) G 473, 709, 895 n. 62, 934
ahhūtum/ahtūtum 244, 411, 506, 595, 728
ana ahhūti 506, 728
ahu(m) 244
a'īlu 530–31
aklu 524
alahhinnu(m) 448
ālāiu 532
alāku(m) G 514, 576, 670
ālik idim 751
ālik ilki 581–83
ālidānu 534
almattu 533, 537
ālu(m) 365, 699
āl ilāni 565, 578
kīmaāli(m) 676, 685n. 74
awātālim 432, 437
dīnālim 439
harrānālim 440
qīpiāli917
rabālāni 522, 553n. 133
ša muhhiāli888n. 25, 889
šībūtāli919, 926n. 58
šiprāšaālim 435, 438
tuppumša
ālim 436
amāru(m) G 440, 444, 526
amtu(m) 380, 449, 452, 452n. 112, 499, 584, 724, 928
amtuša ekalli 587n. 70
amatšarrūti933
amtūtu928
ana bīt emi 669
ana dayyānè/ 443n. 49
kārim radā'um G
ana é.gi
4a-ut-ti 669
ana ettišu see ittu(m)
ana/inahuršan (la) 575–56
alāku(m) G
ana kallātišâlu(m) G 708
ana kaspi(m) 399, 461–62
n/tadānu(m) G
ana idī954–58
anaīdim alākum G 446n. 79
ana ištariūtišu 452
ana itatlim see natālu(m)
ana ittišu 363n. 8, 404, 914
ana kinattūtim 698
ana man/ddatti956
ana mārūti(m) 540
erèbu(m) G
ana mār(t)ūti(m) 391, 539
leqû(m) G
ana mārūti(m) 539
nadānu(m) G
ana maškanim 404
ana mer'ūtim 456
laqā'um
ana muhhi 684, 701
ana pāni dayānèelû G 572
ana pānišarri 738
erèbu(m) G
ana paqdi manê G 961
ana pī 723
ana qātāti erèbu(m) G 715
ana ramānišu 586
ana sinnilte zakû G 536n. 70
ana sūti954, 956–58
(ana)šīmtišīamum G 544
anaūmisâti949
ana ze/zarani 403
(an)durāru(m) 142n. 4, 384, 472n. 214, 487, 488n. 12, 500, 512, 566, 566 n. 4, 587, 687, 695, 699, 904

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  • 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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