|Statement||Karen Rhea Nemet-Nejat.|
|Series||Studia Pohl., 11|
|LC Classifications||PJ3874 .N46 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 461 p., 56 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||461|
|LC Control Number||82190538|
Karen Rhea Nemet-Nejat was the first woman to receive her PhD in Ancient Near Eastern/Eastern Languages, History and Cultures at Columbia University. She is the author of a forthcoming Catalogue of the Babylonian Collections at Yale, Cuneiform Mathematical Texts as a Reflection of Everyday Life in Mesopotamia, and Late Babylonian Field Plans in the British 3/5(7). Late Babylonian Field Plans In The British Museum (Studia Pohl (Series Major)) Jan 1, by KR Nemet Nejat Paperback. of " Cuneiform 'l'exts from Babylonian Tablets," etc., contai~ls a group of tests from one hundred and fifty-nine clay tablets and fragments of the IFile Size: 2MB. The Museum of the World – an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history. The project is a partnership between the British Museum and Google Cultural Institute. For the first time ever, discover objects from the British Museum’s collection from prehistory to.
King King, L. W. (). Babylonian boundary-stones and memorial-tablets in the British Museum. London: unknown. This tablet, however, turned out to be one in a million. The cuneiform was a sixty-line passage from the ancient Babylonian Story of the story had been well known since the s, when George Smith, a brilliant decipherer who worked at the British Museum, first identified the story known from the Book of Genesis in a seventh-century cuneiform tablet from . Late Babylonian field plans in the British museum () a catalogue of the Greek coins in the British museum  () Catalogue of Greek coins (). The British Museum is closed temporarily. We continue to remain accessible through our digital channels. Find out more. _____ Immerse yourself in two million years of human history, art and culture. Plan your visit: Admission is free and advance booking .
Museum's collection of economic and administrative tablets of the Late-Babylonian period. The texts extend from the 4th year of Artaxerxes III to the th year of the Seleucid era ( B.C. to 93 B.C.) and present many interesting features, two of which at least ought to be mentioned here. She is the author of a forthcoming Catalogue of the Babylonian Collections at Yale, Cuneiform Mathematical Texts as a Reflection of Everyday Life in Mesopotamia, and Late Babylonian Field Plans in the British Museum. She is currently working on her fifth book. The Babylonian Legends of the Creation Paperback – Janu by British Museum (Author) out of 5 stars 22 ratings. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 4/5(22). Late Babylonian Field Plans in the British Museum (Studia Pohl Series Maior 11). Biblical Institute Press, Rome. Google Books link. Nemet-Nejat, K.R. (). 'Cuneiform mathematical texts as training for Scribal professions'.