The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 3, Part 2

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Cambridge University Press, 1970 - Balkan Peninsula
 

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Contents

ASSYRIA AND BABY LONIA
1
Tiglathpileser III to Sargon II 744705 B C
71
Sennacherib and Esarhaddon 704669 B C Io 3
103
The fall of Assyria 635609 B C
162
by JoAN oa TEs Fellow of Girton College Cambridge I Sources
163
Ashurbanipal and Kandalanu 635627 B C
166
The years of conflict 627623 B C
172
Sinsharraishkun 623612 B C
175
Astronomical diaries and related texts
282
28c Firstmillennium Babylonian literature
293
Narrative poetry
300
Other poetry
306
Prayers
309
Secular poetry
312
Medicine
316
Scholarly literature 3 18
318

The Aramaeans
184
v11 The archaeology
186
v111 Assyria after the fall
189
Assyrian civilization
194
by A K GRAY SON 1 The monarchy
197
The bureaucracy
199
Social structure
206
Law 2 IO v The economy 2 I 2
214
Warfare
217
The hunt 22 I
221
Religion 2 2 2
222
Libraries
227
Babylonia 605539 B C
229
Nebuchadrezzars campaigns in the West
230
The fall of Jerusalem
233
The rebuilding of Babylon
237
Nebuchadrezzars character
239
v11 Nabonidus
243
The culture of Babylonia 28a NeoBabylonian society and economy
252
The law
257
The palace and the temples
261
Basic branches of the economy
264
Compulsory and free labour
266
Trade
272
Babylonian mathematics
276
Babylonian astronomy
277
Celestial omen texts astrology
279
x1 Hemerologies
320
Israel and Judah from the coming of Assyrian domination until the fall of Samaria and the struggle for independence in Judah c 75 o700 B C
322
Ahaz and Hezekiah 344
327
3o Judah until the fall of Jerusalem c 7oo586 B C 3 71
371
The reigns of Manasseh and Amon
373
The reign of Josiah
383
rv The last kings of Judah
392
The Babylonian Exile and the restoration of the Jews in Palestine 586c 500 B C 4Io by T C MITC HELL 1 Palestine during the Exile 4
410
The Jewish Exile in Babylonia
421
The beginning of the Jewish diaspora in Egypt
429
The restoration of the Jews in Palestine
430
Aspects of Hebrew culture
440
Phoenicia and Phoenician colonization
461
Malta and Pantelleria
502
Scythia and Thrace
547
33b Thrace before the Persian entry into Europe
591
Anatolia
619
34b Anatolian languages
666
the Twentyfifth and Twentysixth Dynasties
677
748
787
I
821
Scythia and Thrace
837
F Egypt
859
28b Babylonian mathematics astrology and astronomy 276
the reign of Ashurbanipal
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