JNES


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JNESJournal of Near Eastern Studies
JNESJapan Nuclear Energy Safety
References in periodicals archive ?
Boiy, "The Reigns of the Seleucid Kings according to the Babylonian King List," JNES (in preparation).
110 ii 6': On the use of Akkadian ANZILLU "taboo" in Bogazkoy, see Soysal, JNES 65 (2006): 130.
Hoffner, "An Anatolian Cult Term in Ugaritic," JNES 23 (1964): 66-68.
On these verses' use of phrasing from Assyrian royal inscriptions, see Machinist, "Assyria and Its Image," 723; Hayim Tawil, "The Historicity of II Kings 19:24 (Isaiah 37:25): The Problem of Ye'ore Masor," JNES 41 (1982): 195-201; Elnathan Weissert, "Jesajas Beschreibung der Hybris des Assyrischen Konigs und seine Auseinandersetzung mit ihr," to be published in a volume in honor of the hundredth anniversary of the Deutsche Orient Gesellschaft, ed.