The City of Ebla. A Complete Bibliography of Its Archaeological and Textual Remains
The ancient city of Ebla (modern Tell Mardikh, Syria, XXIV century BCE) is rightfully considered one of the most important urban centers in upper Syro-Mesopotamia during the III and the first half of the II millennium BCE: best known for the discovery of the Royal Archives, its archaeological and epigraphic evidence provides information on cultural, historical, economic, and political aspects of early Syrian history.
This book lists more than 2,600 bibliographical entries referring to books, articles, and digital resources concerned with the city of Ebla.
The volume provides a comprehensive collection of philological, archaeological, and historical studies on Ebla from 1965 to present day: the Introduction describes structure, usage, and indexing principles of the bibliography, along with a detailed description of previous bibliographical repertoires on Ebla.
A subject index is also provided to help the reader find entries related to specific subjects. The bibliography is arranged in alphabetical order by author and chronologically by year: the individual entries are marked by a progressive number for quick reference.
Scarpa, Erica (Author)
Publisher:Edizioni Ca' Foscari - Digital Publishing
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