A History of Ancient Near Eastern Law - Vol. 1

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A HISTORY OF ANCIENT
NEAR EASTERN LAW

EDITED BY

RAYMOND WESTBROOK

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Gary Beckman, Richard Jasnow,
Baruch Levine, Martha Roth

VOLUME ONE

BRILL LEIDEN • BOSTON 2003

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Handbook of Oriental Studies - Handbuch Der Orientalistik *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents of Volume One *
  • Contents of Volume Two vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contributors xi
  • Bibliographical Abbreviations xv
  • Note on Transliteration xvii
  • Chronological Chart xix
  • Introduction - The Character of Ancient Near Eastern Law 1
  • Bibliography 88
  • Part One - Third Millennium 91
  • Egypt - Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period 93
  • Bibliography 133
  • Mesopotamia - Early Dynastic and Sargonic Periods 141
  • Bibliography 177
  • Mesopotamia - Neo-Sumerian Period (Ur Iii) 183
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Ebla 227
  • Bibliography 237
  • International Law - International Law in the Third Millennium 241
  • Bibliography 250
  • Part Two - Second Millennium 253
  • Egypt - Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period 255
  • Bibliography 282
  • Egypt - New Kingdom 289
  • Bibliography 350
  • Mesopotamia - Old Babylonian Period 361
  • Mesopotamia - Old Assyrian Period 431
  • Bibliography 479
  • Mesopotamia - Middle Babylonian Period 485
  • Bibligraphy 518
  • Mesopotamia - Middle Assyrian Period 521
  • Bibliography 560
  • Mesopotamia - Nuzi 565
  • Bibliography 614
  • Anatolia and the Levant - The Hittite Kingdom 619
  • Bibliography 653
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Emar and Vicinity 657
  • Bibliography 689
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Alalakh 693
  • Bibliography 716
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Ugarit 719
  • Bibliography 734
  • Anatolia and the Levant - Canaan 737
  • International Law - International Law in the Second Millennium: Middle Bronze Age 745
  • Bibliography 752
  • International Law - International Law in the Second Millennium: Late Bronze Age 753
  • Bibliography 769
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