The archives of Ebla: an empire inscribed in clay

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Doubleday, 1981 - History - 347 pages
Discusses the culture, society, government, and religion of the ancient empire of Ebla as described in cuneiform script on fifteen thousand clay tablets discovered during archaeological excavations at Ebla

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Contents

Ebla in Mesopotamian and nonMesopotamian documents
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The archaeological discovery of Ebla
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1974 1975 1976
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