Ancient archives and archival traditions : concepts of record-keeping in the ancient world / edited by Maria Brosius.
Oxford ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford studies in ancient documents.
Table of Contents:
- Ancient archives and concepts of record-keeping : an introduction / Maria Brosius
- Archival record-keeping at Ebla 2400-2350 BC / Alfonso Archi
- Archival practices at Babylonia in the Third millennium / Piotr Steinkeller
- Private and public : the Ur-Utu archive at Sippar-Amnānum (Tell ed-Dēr) / Karel van Lerberghe
- Archives of old Assyrian traders / Klaas R. Veenhof
- Documents in government under the Middle Assyrian kingdom / J.N. Postgate
- Local differences in arrangements of ration lists on Minoan Crete / Alexander Uchitel
- 'Archives' and 'scribes' and information hierarchy in Mycenaean Greek Linear B records / Thomas Palaima
- Reflections on neo-Assyrian archives / Frederick Mario Fales
- Aramaic documents of the Assyrian and Achaemenid periods / Alan Millard
- Record-keeping practices as revealed by the neo-Babylonian private archival documents / Heather D. Baker.
- Reconstructing an archive : account and journal texts from Persepolis / Maria Brosius
- Cuneiform archives in Hellenistic Babylonia : aspects of content and form / Joachim Oelsner
- They did not write on clay: non-cuneiform documents and archives in Seleucid Mesopotamia / Antonio Invernizzi
- Greek archives : from record to monument / John K. Davies
- Tomoi synkollēsimoi / Willy Clarysse.