Fault, Responsibility, and Administrative Law in Late Babylonian
For instance, late Babylonian
rabbis are portrayed as rejecting categories of orthodoxy while at the same time they are occasionally portrayed as creating a type of orthodoxy as exclusive as that of the Nicene Christians.
A total of 1522 Neo-Assyrian and early Late Babylonian
("spatbabylonische"--often termed "Neo-Babylonian" by English-speaking art historians) period glyptic objects were recovered in Lower Town II.
This is furthermore supported by the fact that after the collapse of the Assyrian empire (late seventh century) a medical composition (series) with the same name was in use in Late Babylonian
The Late Babylonian
Texts of the Oriental Institute Collection.
This is a fragment of a Neo- or Late Babylonian
cultic text, BM 54312, published by George (2006), who interpreted it as a commentary on the New Year's Aton-festival held at Babylon.
Language Death and Dying Reconsidered: The Role of Late Babylonian
as a Vernacular Language.
The lunar eclipse texts (EAE tablets 15-22) are preserved in Old Babylonian, Middle Babylonian, Middle Assyrian, Neo-Assyrian, and late Babylonian
and Seleucid copies (Rochberg-Halton 1988: 18-29).
While the judicial procedure of other periods of Mesopotamian history (Ur III, Old Babylonian, Nuzi, Neo-Assyrian) had already been the subject of book-length analyses, that of the Neo-Babylonian or, perhaps better, Late Babylonian
3) He derives new values of the median (average) arcus visionis of Venus at first and last appearances by using the Neo and Late Babylonian
observations of Venus in H.
Zadok, "Iranians," 98; Tavernier, "More Iranian Names in Late Babylonian
Sources," NABU 2001/25, no.
Chapters D and E contain a reconstruction of the curriculum of the Neo-and Late Babylonian
scribal schools, based on the analysis of tablet typology, contents of the exercises, and colophons.